More Information About: Fishman’s Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders, 5th Edition (Videos + Audios)
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- Audio 93-1A: Doppler ultrasonic recordings of venous gas bubbles detected in divers following decompression.
- Audio 93-1B: Doppler ultrasonic recordings of venous gas bubbles detected in divers following decompression.
- Clinical and Micro-CT Imaging of Normal and Emphysematous Lungs
- Video 30-1A: Axial cine images using lung window and inspiratory acquisition.
- Video 30-1B: Axial cine images using lung window and inspiratory acquisition.
- Video 30-2A: Axial cine images using soft tissue window, demonstrating a massive saddle embolus straddling the bifurcation of the main pulmonary artery.
- Video 30-2B: Axial cine images using soft tissue window, demonstrating a massive saddle embolus straddling the bifurcation of the main pulmonary artery.
- Video 30-3A: Full-color, coronal 3D VR (volume rendering) with 360 degrees of rotation about the long axis of the trachea, emphasizing central airways.
- Video 30-3B: Full-color, coronal 3D VR (volume rendering) with 360 degrees of rotation about the long axis of the trachea, emphasizing central airways.
- Video 30-4: 4D cine using custom window.
- Video 30-5A: D cine using custom window: Lung window.
- Video 30-5B: D cine using custom window: Reversed lung window.
- Video 30-6: Axial cine images using lung window, demonstrating a typical usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) pattern of fibrosing interstitial lung disease—in this case, idiopathic (and, therefore, classified as IPF, or idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis).
- Video 30-7: Axial cine images using lung window, demonstrating mild interstitial lung disease characterized by basilar-predominant ground-glass opacities without overt fibrotic features, likely reflecting cellular nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP).
- Video 30-8A: Full-color, coronal 3D VR (volume rendering) thick slab cine (anterior to posterior) emphasizing cardiovascular and pulmonary parenchymal structures and demonstrating marked ectasia of the central pulmonary arteries, compatible with pulmonary hypertension (in this patient, mean pulmonary artery pressure was 100 mm Hg).
- Video 30-8B: Full-color, coronal 3D VR (volume rendering) thick slab cine (anterior to posterior) emphasizing cardiovascular and pulmonary parenchymal structures and demonstrating marked ectasia of the central pulmonary arteries, compatible with pulmonary hypertension (in this patient, mean pulmonary artery pressure was 100 mm Hg).
- Video 31-1: Typical anatomic boundaries that surround a hypoechoic pleural effusion: chest wall, surface of lung, and diaphragm.
- Video 31-10: Absence of lung sliding.
- Video 31-11: Lung point.
- Video 31-12: B lines.
- Video 31-13: Alveolar consolidation of the left lower lobe and pleural effusion.
- Video 31-14: Mobile air bronchograms in an area of alveolar consolidation.
- Video 31-15: Lingular lung mass adjacent to the chest wall and heart.
- Video 31-2: Pleural effusion above the diaphragm, liver, hepatorenal space, and kidney.
- Video 31-3: Dynamic findings typical of a pleural effusion, including movement of atelectatic lung, movement of the diaphragm, and movement of echogenic elements within the effusion (plankton sign).
- Video 31-4: Anechoic pleural effusion, likely a transudate.
- Video 31-5: Pleural effusion with homogeneous echogenic pattern and mobile strands, suggestive of an exudate.
- Video 31-6: Multiseptated pleural effusion.
- Video 31-7: Pleural effusion with pleural masses on the diaphragm.
- Video 31-8: Complex multiloculated pleural effusion with thick septations caused by an empyema.
- Video 31-9: This video demonstrates the presence of lung sliding.
- Video 35-1: The ultraminiature (UM)-EBUS probe is used via the working channel of a fiberoptic bronchoscope to identify a focal lung lesion.
- Video 35-2: White light and autofluorescence bronchoscopy (AFB) demonstrating a focal airway lesion at the carina between the lingua and superior division of the left upper lobe.
- Video 35-3: This video demonstrates the findings on “alveoloscopy” using a confocal microscopy probe (Cellvizio™, Mauna Kea Technologies, Paris, France).
- Video 35-4: Demonstrated in this video is the utilization of a standard 22-gauge Wang™ transbronchial aspiration needle (MW-122, ConMed, Utica, NY) for sampling of a partially necrotic endobronchial lesion in the right main stem bronchus.
- Video 35-5: This video demonstrates use of a 22-gauge EBUS-TBNA aspiration needle (Olympus, Center Valley, PA) to sample a left hilar node.
- Video 36-1: A patient with a right paratracheal mass who underwent diagnostic and therapeutic bronchoscopy.
- Video 36-2: A patient who presented with a new right mainstem obstruction from lung cancer.
- Video 36-3: A patient with a history of renal cell carcinoma who presented with dyspnea and left lung atelectasis.
- Video 36-4: This patient had a prior bronchoscopy for minor hemoptysis; endobronchial biopsies demonstrated carcinoma in situ.
- Video 36-5: The video demonstrates fluoroscopic deployment of an investigational endobronchial coil for treatment of emphysema.
- Video 36-6: A patient with severe, heterogeneous, upper lobe-predominant emphysema who was enrolled in a clinical trial of endobronchial valves.
- Video 37-1: Use of ?VATS in drainage of empyema.
- Video 37-2: Use of VATS in evaluation of indeterminate pulmonary nodule.
- Video 6-1: Lateral view of normal ciliary activity, using high-speed videomicroscopy.
- Video 6-2: Lateral view of defective ciliary function in Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) associated with defective outer dynein arms (ODAs).
- Video 69-1: An 82 year-old male admitted with PNA, required multiple intubations and eventual tracheostomy.
- Video 72-1: Short-axis view of an echocardiogram of a patient with pulmonary hypertension demonstrating flattening of the interventricular septum with bowing toward the left ventricle during diastole.
- Video 72-2: A four-chamber view of an echocardiogram in a patient with pulmonary hypertension.
- Video 75-1: Saline contrast echocardiogram demonstrating characteristic delay of left-sided contrast in patient with intrapulmonary shunt.
- Video 75-2: CT angiogram of right lower lobe pulmonary arteriovenous malformation in patient with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia.
- Video 78-1: Normal lung sliding.
- Video 78-2: Absence of lung sliding due to pneumothorax.
- Video 78-3: Lung point sign (lateral chest wall).
- Video 78-4: Lung point sign (anterior chest wall).
- Video 78-5: B-lines.
- Video 79-1: Video recording from intraoperative thoracoscopic view of radical pleurectomy for malignant pleural mesothelioma performed through a thoracotomy incision.
- Video 85-1: A ventilator-dependent patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis who failed all spontaneous breathing trials, extubated to full-support noninvasive intermittent positive pressure ventilation via a 15-mm angled mouth piece.
- Video 85-2: This video demonstrates postextubation airway secretion expulsion by mechanical insufflation–exsufflation (MIE) applied via an oronasal interface.
- Video 85-3: This video demonstrates postextubation management of a 19-year old with spinal muscular atrophy type 1 who has been continuously dependent on full-support noninvasive intermittent positive pressure ventilation via nasal interface since 2 years of age.
- Video 93-1: This animation demonstrates the inverse relationship between pressure and volume of an ideal gas given a fixed mass and constant temperature.
- Video 99-1: Description and demonstration of In-Laboratory Polysomnography (PSG).
- Video 99-2: Description and demonstration of Out-of-Center Sleep Testing (OCST).
- Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 5th edition (April 14, 2015)
- Hardcover:2400 pages
- Item Weight:16.16 pounds
- Dimensions:11 x 8 x 4.3 inches
Target Audience and Covered Specialties:
McGraw Hill, Respiratory Medicine, simple
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