Patterns of tubercular lesions in resected specimen of lung

Mishra, M.K.; Mehrotra, R.M.L. and Charan, A. (1969) Patterns of tubercular lesions in resected specimen of lung. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 16 (4). pp. 134-140.

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Abstract

1. A study of tubercular lesions in 71 cases of resected lung has been carried out and the pattern of these lesions has been described with a view to establish’ correlation with ‘type of chemotherapy’ and post-operative complications in these cases. 2. Localised type of lesion was noticed in 5 cases while multiple type of lesions were found in 66 cases. 3. It was found that besides chemotherapy the host resistance is an important factor in influencing the pattern of lesions in the lung. 4. Even the most satisfactory chemothera- peutic regime may not succeed in era dicating all tuberculous lesions, but helps in their encapsulation. 5. The post operative complications of B.P.F. which occurred in 11 cases could be explained on the basis of endobron-chial disease.

EPrint Type:Article
Additional Information:Paper read at the XII All India Thoracic Surgeons Conference held at Lucknow.
Uncontrolled Keywords:Tubercular Lesions, Resected Lungs, Age and Sex, Symptoms, Sputum, Bronchiectasis, Chemotherapy, Postoperative Complications, Mortality
Subjects:Persons > Age Groups
Respiratory System > Lung
Surgical Procedures, Operative > Thoracic Surgical Procedures
Therapeutics > Drug Therapy
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Bronchial Diseases > Bronchiectasis
Genetic Phenomena > Sex Ratio
Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms > Pathologic Processes > Postoperative Complications
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Lung Diseases > Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Lung Diseases > Coin Lesion, Pulmonary
-Journal Repositories > Indian Journal of Tuberculosis
Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms > Signs and Symptoms > Signs and Symptoms, Respiratory
Respiratory Tract Diseases > Respiratory Tract Infections > Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
ID Code:1152
Deposited By:Mrs Naina Pandita
Deposited On:06 February 2006

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