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The cavernostomy and other local treatments for pulmonary tuberculosis.

ChuМ„zoМ„ Nagaishi

The cavernostomy and other local treatments for pulmonary tuberculosis.

by ChuМ„zoМ„ Nagaishi

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Published by Igaku Shoin in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tuberculosis -- Surgery.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    StatementContributors: André Bernou [and others] Edited by Chuzo Nagaishi.
    ContributionsBernou, André, 1889-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC311.1 .N25
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 454 p.
    Number of Pages454
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4618623M
    LC Control Number77436619

      Despite modern anti-tuberculous chemotherapy, approximately 2% of all cases of pulmonary mycobacterial infection require surgical ore, surgical treatment of pulmonary mycobacterial disease is rarely of surgical procedures for PTB include: Collapse therapy, pulmonary resection, lung decortication, drainage procedures such as closed tube .   Treatment of Tuberculosis in Children. The principles of treatment and the recommended regimens of drugs for each category of tuberculosis disease are generally similar between adults and children. Children with suspected or confirmed pulmonary tuberculosis or peripheral lymphadenitis and living in HIV-prevalent settings (≥1% adult HIV Cited by:

      A past history of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) is a risk factor for long-term respiratory impairment. Post-TB lung dysfunction often goes unrecognised, despite its relatively high prevalence and its association with reduced quality of life. Importantly, specific host and pathogen factors causing lung impairment remain unclear. Host immune responses probably play a dominant role in lung damage Cited by:   Based on the part of the body where the bacteria have infected, tuberculosis can be classified into two heads- pulmonary and extra pulmonary tuberculosis. While extra pulmonary tuberculosis generally affects the other parts of the body, Pulmonary Tuberculosis affects the lungs. As tuberculosis of lungs or pulmonary tuberculosis is contagious, it can easily spread from one .

    Cavernostomy for Pulmonary Aspergillosis Associated with Destroyed Lung after Surgery for Lung Cancer: Report of 3 Cases Article (PDF Available) November .   Pulmonary tuberculosis is a very common disease in developing counteries and a big health hazard. Drug therapy is main y is required mainly for its this ppp I have described this topic in a simple way.


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The cavernostomy and other local treatments for pulmonary tuberculosis by ChuМ„zoМ„ Nagaishi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pulmonary aspergillosis is a disease caused by infection and saprophytic growth of Aspergillus sp. with the formation of a fungus ball in a preexisting lung cavity.

The underlying diseases of pulmonary aspergillosis include pulmonary tuberculosis, which is most common, followed by lung cancer, bronchiectasis, and lung abscess [1–3].

Aggressive therapy is required when treating pulmonary aspergillosis, since symptoms including bloody sputum Author: Ryo Takahashi, Taiki Fujiwara, Hisami Yamakawa. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nagaishi, Chūzō, Cavernostomy and other local treatments for pulmonary tuberculosis.

Tokyo, Igaku Shoin []. Cavernostomy and thoracoplasty was a safe and effective technique for the treatment of complex pulmonary aspergilloma with hemoptysis in high-risk patients. No mortality related to surgery and low complications were recorded.

The was no inferiority when compared table tennis ball group and tissue expander : Nguyen Truong Giang, Le Tien Dung, Nguyen Thanh Hien, Truong Thanh Thiet, Phan Sy Hiep, Dinh Cong Ph. Open thoracotomy tube cavernostomy is a simple procedure which can be used alone or in combination with pulmonary resection or small thoracoplasty to conserve functioning tissue.

It is indicated in the treatment of cavities infected by viable organisms resistant to two or more major drugs, which cannot be resected without removal of large amounts of relatively normal : David V. Pecora. Author(s): Nagaishi,Chūzō; Bernou,André, Title(s): The cavernostomy and other local treatment for pulmonary tuberculosis/ contributors: André Bernou.

Jewkes and colleagues and Oakley and colleagues used the presence of diffuse pulmonary disease and poor pulmonary function (forced expiratory volume in the first second (FEV 1) cavernostomy for the treatment of pulmonary by: Tuberculosis refers to an infectious disease associated with the lungs, which is mostly caused by bacteria.

There are two types of tuberculosis, that are pulmonary tuberculosis and extrapulmonary tuberculosis. There are various types under each type of tuberculosis. Sometimes cavernostomy can be combined with thoracoplasty in the treatment of huge cavities if pneumonectomy is not feasible.

Actually, very few cavernostomies are performed today. SUMMARY A review of the surgical treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis has been presented, comparing the measures used 25 years ago with those in use by:   Surgical treatment for pulmonary aspergilloma: a year experience in the Chinese population.

Qian-Kun Chen, Ge-Ning Jiang,*and Jia-An Ding. Department of Thoracic Surgery, Shanghai Pulmonary Hospital, Tongji University School of Medicine, Shanghai, People's Republic of China. *Corresponding by: Pulmonary resection Thoracoplas ty Standard Plombage Cavernostomy Bed rest was formerly the foundation for other methods of treat- ment, Good treatment consisted of bed rest for 24 hours a day at least during the first few months of treatment.

Exercise was gradually in- creased if and when the pulmonary lesion began to come under control. In chronic pulmonary tuberculosis, it is not unusual to see a clearing of a fresh pathologic process in one area of the lung and a spreading of the process in another. This can be explained on the basis of adequate drainage on the one hand and inadequate drainage on the by: 1.

Cavity drainage is occa- sionally performed, especially in large apical tension cavities, either with a tube in the cavity (Monaldi) or by an incision into the Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis cavity, sewing the skin down to its margins so as to keep it open for many months (cavernostomy).Author: Roger S.

Mitchell. The main reservoir of M. tuberculosis is the patient with pulmonary tuberculosis. Such patients may have pulmonary “cavities” that are rich in bacilli ( million bacilli.

pulmonary tuberculosis due to availability of effective anti-tuberculosis treatment. Chronic Respirator y F ailure Chronic respiratory failure may complicate pulmonary tuberculosis. 1) The authors have used a multitude of procedures in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.

While practically all the surgical procedures have been fashionable at certain periods, each has gradually come to fit into its own particular place as the program has : William A. Hudson, Willard B. Howes. Inthe patient had undergone surgical treatment for progressive pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) of the left-upper lobe.

Treatment had consisted of an artificial pneumothorax and a cavernostomy via incision and drainage of a tuberculous : M.

Scharitzer, G. Dekan, L. Stiebellehner, A. Bankier. Ten patients were male. The mean age was years (). The most frequent symptom was repeated pulmonary bleeding. Cavernostomy was proposed for patients at high risk for lung resection. It was performed in 17 patients and all of them had pulmonary tuberculosis sequelae, with cavitations.

Conclusion: Cavernostomy and thoracoplasty was safe and effective surgery for the treatment of high-risk patients with complex pulmonary aspergilloma. There was no mortality related to surgery. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): An yr-old female presented with a history of worsening dyspnoea.

Inthe patient had undergone surgical treatment for progressive pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) of the left-upper lobe. Treatment had consisted of an artificial pneumothorax and a cavernostomy via incision and drainage of a tuberculous cavity.

Pulmonary function studies show a mild restrictive ventilatory defect with diffusion defect in cases of pulmonary miliary tuberculosis. Treatment of DT is same as that for pulmonary tuberculosis.

We evaluated single stage cavernostomy and myoplasty in patients with normal or compromised lung function and/or bilateral disease. 2 Materials and methods In total, nine patients suffering from massive hemoptysis (ml/24h or ≫ml/h), due to CPA were referred to our center for surgical treatment between March and September Cited by: Tuberculosis disease is caused by infection with organisms of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex.

Most infections caused by M tuberculosis complex in children and adolescents are asymptomatic. When pulmonary tuberculosis occurs, clinical manifestations most often appear 1 to 6 months after infection and include fever, weight loss or poor weight gain, growth delay, cough, night.

Rifapentine should be given with isoniazid during the continuation phase of the treatment of drug-susceptible pulmonary tuberculosis after an intensive phase that consists of at least rifampin (or rifabutin), isoniazid, pyrazinamide, and ethambutol administered for 2 by: