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Lung cancer tissue diagnosis in poor lung function: addressing the ongoing percutaneous lung biopsy FEV1 paradox using Heimlich valve
Many centres continue to decline percutaneous lung biopsy (PLB) in patients with poor lung function (particularly FEV1 <1 L) due to the theoretically increased risk of pneumothorax. This practice limits access to novel lung cancer therapies and minimally invasive surgical techniques. Our retrospective single-centre analysis of 212 patients undergoing PLB, all performed prospectively and blinded to lung function, demonstrates that using ambulatory Heimlich valve chest drain (HVCD) to treat significant postbiopsy pneumothorax facilitates safe, diagnostic, early discharge lung biopsy irrespective of lung function with...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Abdullah, R., Tavare, A. N., Creamer, A., Creer, D., Vancheeswaran, R., Hare, S. S. Tags: Lung neoplasms, Lung cancer (oncology), Screening (oncology), Lung cancer (respiratory medicine) Research letter Source Type: research
Nasal high flow oxygen therapy in patients with COPD reduces respiratory rate and tissue carbon dioxide while increasing tidal and end-expiratory lung volumes: a randomised crossover trial
Abstract Patients with COPD using long-term oxygen therapy (LTOT) over 15 h per day have improved outcomes. As inhalation of dry cold gas is detrimental to mucociliary clearance, humidified nasal high flow (NHF) oxygen may reduce frequency of exacerbations, while improving lung function and quality of life in this cohort. In this randomised crossover study, we assessed short-term physiological responses to NHF therapy in 30 males chronically treated with LTOT. LTOT (2–4 L/min) through nasal cannula was compared with NHF at 30 L/min from an AIRVO through an Optiflow nasal interface with entrained supple...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Fraser, J. F., Spooner, A. J., Dunster, K. R., Anstey, C. M., Corley, A. Tags: Open access, Airway biology Research letter Source Type: research
EBUS-guided mediastinal lung cancer staging: monitoring of quality standards improves performance
This audit examined key performance indices related to endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS)-guided mediastinal lung cancer staging before and after the introduction of defined quality standards, at four independent EBUS centres in one cancer network. Data from 642 procedures were prospectively collected and analysed. The introduction of standards was associated with a significant increase (p<0.001) in sampling of key mediastinal lymph node stations (4R, 4L and 7) and a reduction in the variability of staging sensitivity between centres. These data reinforce the requirement for an appropriate regulatory framework for EBUS-tra...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Evison, M., Crosbie, P., Martin, J., Shah, R., Doran, H., Borrill, Z., Hoyle, J., Rana, D., Bailey, S., Booton, R. Tags: Lung neoplasms, Lung cancer (oncology), Lung cancer (respiratory medicine), Radiology (diagnostics) Research letter Source Type: research
Treatment failure due to use of a 'ramp option on pressure support home ventilators
Introduction Algorithms for monitoring home non-invasive ventilation (NIV) have been recently proposed.1–3 Following this strategy, we detected three cases of transient ineffective ventilation due to the use of a ‘ramp’ option on home pressure support (PS) ventilators. The ‘ramp’ option is a comfort setting initially made available on CPAP devices. This option exists in pressure-cycled ventilators, allowing a progressive increase of expiratory positive airway pressure (EPAP) only. A « ramp » option has also recently been made available for PS: to our knowledge, three home ventilato...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Gonzalez-Bermejo, J., Rabec, C., Perrin, C., Langevin, B., Pepin, J. L., Rodenstein, D., Paul Janssens, J., on behalf of the SomnoNIV group Tags: Adult intensive care, Airway biology, Health education, Obesity (public health) Chest clinic Source Type: research
Why vessels do matter in pulmonary disease
In addition to structural abnormalities of the diaphragm, congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) presents with severe hypoplasia of lung tissue involving both the pulmonary vasculature and the airways. These developmental defects often yield a severe phenotype of pulmonary hypertension (PH) and lung function impairment. Despite adequate surgical repair of the diaphragm, neonatal mortality of CDH remains high, due to ineffectiveness of inhaled nitric oxide (NO) and absence of alternative therapy for PH in the newborn. Russo et al1 demonstrate that maternally administered sildenafil reaches therapeutic levels in the rabbit fe...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Aman, J., Bogaard, H. J., Vonk Noordegraaf, A. Tags: Bronchopulmonary dysplasia, Epidemiologic studies, Clinical genetics, Genetic screening / counselling, Child health, Pulmonary hypertension Chest clinic Source Type: research
Nitinol stent insertion in tracheomalacia
A 69-year-old man was admitted to our hospital with progressive dyspnoea accompanied by inspiratory stridor. He presented a history of surgical aortic valve replacement 3 years previously, complicated by prolonged postoperative mechanical ventilation requiring percutaneous tracheostomy. Presently, bronchoscopy evidenced tracheomalacia (TM) with subtotal tracheal stenosis. CT scan confirmed long segment narrowing >20 mm of the upper trachea (figure 1). Operative retracheostomy resulted in repeated tube dislocation incl. necessity for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. As cardiac comordities additionally impeded ext...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Pizarro, C., Dabir, D., Nickenig, G., Skowasch, D. Tags: Images in Thorax, Journalology, Mechanical ventilation, Mechanical ventilation, Cardiothoracic surgery, Radiology (diagnostics), Ethics Chest clinic Source Type: research
An unusual cause of shortness of breath in a young boy
A 17-month-old boy presented with shortness of breath of 3 days' duration. Physical examination showed a respiratory rate of 38/min and no breath sounds over the left hemithorax. Chest radiography showed a large air-filled structure in the left hemithorax, mimicking encapsulated pneumothorax (figure 1). CT identified a large structure containing air and fluid occupying the entire left hemithorax (figure 2). Thoracotomy revealed gastric volvulus, and the greater omentum and spleen were only visualised after needle decompression of the dilated stomach. A left Bochdalek hernia was diagnosed and the diaphragmatic defect r...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Yang, T., Yang, J., Li, J., Pan, J., Zou, Y. Tags: Images in Thorax, Journalology, Epidemiologic studies, Pneumonia (infectious disease), TB and other respiratory infections, Airway biology, Pneumonia (respiratory medicine), Cardiothoracic surgery, Radiology (diagnostics), Ethics Chest clinic Source Type: research
Bochdalek hernia as unusual cause of massive hydrothorax in a 50-year-old man
A 50-year-old man was urgently admitted to our department with acute dyspnoea and upper abdominal pain for 4 h. He had no history of any previous thoracoabdominal trauma or surgery. On physical examination, auscultation revealed diminished breath sound with dullness to percussion over the left hemithorax. There was marked abdominal tenderness on the left side, but no guarding or rebound tenderness. The leucocyte count revealed a marked leucocytosis of 23.87x109/L with a mildly elevated neutrophilic differential (77.1%). Other laboratory examination was unremarkable. Chest CT revealed the colon with air–fluid lev...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Sun, Q., Wang, B.-Y., Wang, Q.-S., Tan, Q. Tags: Images in Thorax, Journalology, Epidemiologic studies, Radiology (diagnostics), Ethics Chest clinic Source Type: research
Whats hot that the other lot got
Statins in pneumonia Statins are known to have anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects. Retrospective studies have suggested a benefit in community-acquired pneumonia. This prospective study (Clin Infect Dis doi:10.1093/cid/ciw174) enrolled a total of 2016 patients, 483 (24%) were statin users, 1533 (76%) were not. The primary outcome was length of hospital stay (LOS) with mortality a secondary outcome. No statistical difference was found between LOS and mortality in the two groups, even when stratified for pneumonia severity. The authors conclude that there is no evidence of benefit for statin users. Endobronchial ...
Source: Thorax - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Soar, B. Tags: Epidemiologic studies, Pneumonia (infectious disease), TB and other respiratory infections, Lung cancer (oncology), Lung cancer (respiratory medicine), Pneumonia (respiratory medicine) Chest clinic Source Type: research
Heart involvement in cystic fibrosis: A specific cystic fibrosis-related myocardial changes?
Cystic fibrosis is a complex multi-systemic chronic disease characterized by progressive organ dysfunction with development of fibrosis, possibly affecting the heart. Over the last four decades pathological, experimental, and clinical evidence points towards the existence of a specific myocardial involvement in cystic fibrosis. Multi-modality cardiac imaging, especially recent echocardiographic techniques, evidenced diastolic and/or systolic ventricular dysfunction in cystic fibrosis leading to the concept of a cystic fibrosis-related cardiomyopathy. (Source: Respiratory Medicine CME)
Source: Respiratory Medicine CME - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Fabien Labombarda, Eric Saloux, Jacques Brouard, Emmanuel Bergot, Paul Milliez Tags: Review article Source Type: research
Impact of community pharmacists in COPD management: Inhalation technique and medication adherence
Inhalation technique and medication adherence are highly important for the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) since they are essential pre-requisites for achieving full therapeutic effect in patients. Community pharmacists are in the best position to deliver services in these two areas. (Source: Respiratory Medicine CME)
Source: Respiratory Medicine CME - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Iman Hesso, Shereen Nabhani Gebara, Reem Kayyali Tags: Review article Source Type: research
Patent foramen ovale in idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension: Long-term risk and morbidity
Little is known about the presence of patent foramen ovale in idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension. While there is suspected worsening of hypoxemia confounding assessment and management of pulmonary hypertension, as well as possible increased morbidity from paradoxical emboli, there may be theoretical relief of worsening right-sided pressures by the same mechanism of right-to-left shunting. (Source: Respiratory Medicine CME)
Source: Respiratory Medicine CME - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Alice Gallo De Moraes, Abhay Vakil, Teng Moua Source Type: research
Sildenafil does not Improve Exercise Capacity under Acute Hypoxia Exposure
Int J Sports MedDOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1559774The increase in pulmonary arterial pressure (PAP) due to hypoxic pulmonary vasoconstriction (HPV) could be a limiting factor for physical performance during hypoxic exposure. Sildenafil has been shown to reduce PAP in situations of moderate or severe hypoxia, and consequently its role as an ergogenic aid and even a possible doping substance must be considered. We performed a double-blind crossover study to determine the effects of sildenafil on cardiovascular, respiratory and metabolic parameters in normoxia and during acute exposure to hypobaric hypoxia (4 000 m) at rest and ...
Source: International Journal of Sports Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Sports Medicine Authors: Toro-Salinas, A. H.Fort, N.Torrella, J. R.Pagès, T.Javierre, C.Viscor, G. Tags: Physiology & Biochemistry Source Type: research
Constrictive Pericarditis and Tricuspid Valve Involvement
AN 11-MONTH-OLD female infant (weight 5 kg, height 65 cm) was referred to the authors’ institution with abdominal distention and dyspnea of 2 weeks’ duration. She was tachypneic (respiratory rate of 70 breaths per minute) and had easily palpable pulsus paradoxus concomitant with tachycardia (heart rate of 150 beats/min). Thoracic computed tomography indicated constrictive pericarditis. The patient was taken to the operating room for emergent pericardiectomy. Transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography revealed the following images of the tricuspid valve (Figs 1 and 2; Video clip 1). (Source: Journal of Cardiotho...
Source: Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia - July 14, 2016 Category: Anesthesiology Authors: Pranav Subbaraya Kandachar, Suman Subbaraya Kandachar, Madan Mohan Maddali, Eapen Thomas, Sunnykutty Zacharias Tags: DIAGNOSTIC DILEMMASection Editors? > Source Type: research
'Halo' from the Belly: Mesenteric Panniculitis
A previously healthy, 65-year-old man presented with a one-day history of fever and abdominal pain. He reported periumbilical pain, but no other associated symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea. The patient was lucid on arrival, with a blood pressure of 134/72 mmHg, a heart rate of 98 beats/min, a temperature of 38.8 °C, and a respiratory rate of 18 breaths/min. Physical examinations revealed epigastric and periumbilical tenderness with slight rebound tenderness. Laboratory examinations showed a white cell count of 14,800/mm3 with 87.6% neutrophils and no elevations in amylase or lipase concentrations. (Source: The Americ...
Source: The American Journal of Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Journals (General) Authors: Akira Kuriyama Tags: Clinical Communication to the Editor Source Type: research
Clinical features, aetiology and outcome of bacteraemic pneumonia in neutropenic cancer patients
ConclusionBacteraemic pneumonia is a frequent complication among NCP and is mainly caused by P. aeruginosa and S. pneumoniae. The emergence of MDR organisms is of special concern. Despite the improvement in the management of cancer patients, case‐fatality rates of NCP with bacteraemic pneumonia remain high. Urgent assessment is needed to identify a better approach for the management and support of these patients. (Source: Respirology)
Source: Respirology - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Carlota Gudiol, Cristina Royo‐Cebrecos, Júlia Laporte, Carmen Ardanuy, Carolina Garcia‐Vidal, Maite Antonio, Montserrat Arnan, Jordi Carratalà Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
Risk factors for child pneumonia- focus on the Western Pacific Region
Pneumonia is a major cause of disease and death in infants and young children (aged (Source: Paediatric Respiratory Reviews)
Source: Paediatric Respiratory Reviews - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: TKP Nguyen, TH Tran, CL Roberts, GJ Fox, SM Graham, BJ Marais Source Type: research
Cancer mortality in a population exposed to nephrite processing
Conclusions The results have shown an association between EMPs and increased risk of respiratory and digestive cancers. Further research is needed that includes information on smoking habits and exposure to asbestos. (Source: Occupational and Environmental Medicine)
Source: Occupational and Environmental Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Occupational Health Authors: Yang, H.-Y., Huang, S.-H., Shie, R.-H., Chen, P.-C. Tags: Workplace Source Type: research
Review of the Diagnostic Challenges of Lambert-Eaton Syndrome Revealed Through Three Case Reports.
Abstract Lambert-Eaton syndrome (LES) is a rare immune-mediated disorder characterized by proximal leg weakness, autonomic symptoms and hypoactive tendon reflexes. The paraneoplastic form is associated with small-cell lung cancer in 50-60% of cases, whereas the remaining cases are found in younger adults with a higher likelihood of coexisting autoimmune disease. The early recognition of LES is crucial for improving clinical outcomes but remains a major challenge. In this review, we analyze the clinical characteristics and diagnostic considerations in treating LES through a series of three case studies, one of which...
Source: The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences - July 14, 2016 Category: Neurology Authors: Merino-Ramírez MÁ, Bolton CF Tags: Can J Neurol Sci Source Type: research
Recommended Reading from the Mayo Clinic Critical Care Medicine Fellows.
PMID: 27414431 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine)
Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Vallabhajosyula S, Skiba JF, Hashmi F, Kashani KB Tags: Am J Respir Crit Care Med Source Type: research
Bronchocutaneous Fistula Without Pneumothorax After Intercostal Chest Drain Placement.
PMID: 27414208 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine)
Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Roberts RM, Dhesi B, Amerasekera S, Johnston AM Tags: Am J Respir Crit Care Med Source Type: research
Real-time Optical Biopsy of Lung Cancer.
PMID: 27414102 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine)
Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Wijmans L, de Bruin DM, Meijer SL, Annema JT Tags: Am J Respir Crit Care Med Source Type: research
Pleuritic Chest Pain in a 24-Year-Old Male with Crohn's Disease.
PMID: 27413816 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine)
Source: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Rezik MM, Ouellette DR Tags: Am J Respir Crit Care Med Source Type: research
In Vitro Toxicological Assessment of Cobalt Ferrite Nanoparticles in Several Mammalian Cell Types.
Abstract Nanoparticles have been widely used in various fields due to the superior physicochemical properties and functions. As a result, human exposure to nanoparticles increases dramatically. Previous researches have shown that nanoparticles could travel through the respiratory, digestive system, or skin into the blood and then to the secondary organs such as the brain, heart, and liver. Besides, the nanoparticle toxicity is controversial and dependent on the sensitivity of the cell type, route of exposure, and condition, as well as their characteristics. Similarly, cobalt ferrite nanoparticles (CoFe2O4-NPs) have...
Source: Biological Trace Element Research - July 14, 2016 Category: Biology Authors: Abudayyak M, Altincekic Gurkaynak T, Özhan G Tags: Biol Trace Elem Res Source Type: research
The effect of chronic exposure to high palmitic acid concentrations on the aerobic metabolism of human endothelial EA.hy926 cells.
Abstract A chronic elevation of circulating free fatty acids (FFAs) is associated with diseases like obesity or diabetes and can lead to lipotoxicity. The goals of this study were to assess the influence of chronic exposure to high palmitic acid (PAL) levels on mitochondrial respiratory functions in endothelial cells and isolated mitochondria. Human umbilical vein endothelial cells (EA.hy926 line) were grown for 6 days in a medium containing either 100 or 150 μM PAL. Growth at high PAL concentrations induced a considerable increase in fatty acid-supplied respiration and a reduction of mitochondrial respiration d...
Source: Pflugers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology - July 14, 2016 Category: Physiology Authors: Broniarek I, Koziel A, Jarmuszkiewicz W Tags: Pflugers Arch Source Type: research
Is it feasible to radiologically monitor the evolution of non‐CF bronchiectasis?
Source: Respirology - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Paola Crivelli, Nicola Sverzellati, Giovanni Sotgiu, Stefano Aliberti Tags: Correspondence Source Type: research
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Source: Respirology - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Jisoo Park, Kyoung‐Won Lee, Jae Ho Lee Tags: Correspondence Source Type: research
Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus infection is inhibited by griffithsin.
In conclusion, we identify griffithsin as a potent inhibitor of MERS-CoV infection at the entry step. PMID: 27424494 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: Antiviral Research)
Source: Antiviral Research - July 14, 2016 Category: Virology Authors: Millet JK, Séron K, Labitt RN, Danneels A, Palmer KE, Whittaker GR, Dubuisson J, Belouzard S Tags: Antiviral Res Source Type: research
Molecular cloning and functional characterization of porcine E74-like factor 4 (ELF4).
Abstract E74-like factor 4 (ELF4) is a novel transcription factor that initiates transcription of type I interferon (IFN) genes to control diverse pathogens. Here, porcine ELF4 (poELF4) was cloned and its role in type I IFN signaling was investigated in different porcine cell lines. Full-length cDNA of poELF4 encodes 663 amino acid residues and ectopic expression of poELF4 significantly induced IFN-β production. Interestingly, difference from the human ELF4 (huELF4), poELF4 mutants lacking the serine/threonine rich domain, which has been demonstrated to be responsible for the phosphorylation of huELF4, were still...
Source: Developmental and Comparative Immunology - July 14, 2016 Category: Allergy & Immunology Authors: Shi Y, Wang D, Zhu X, Wu Q, Chen H, Xiao S, Fang L Tags: Dev Comp Immunol Source Type: research
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Utilization in Older Adults With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, 2003 to 2012.
CONCLUSIONS: Utilization of PR during the study period increased only 1.1% in these Medicare beneficiaries with COPD and remained low. PMID: 27428819 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention)
Source: Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention - July 14, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Nishi SP, Zhang W, Kuo YF, Sharma G Tags: J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev Source Type: research
Everolimus in the treatment of neuroendocrine tumors of the respiratory and gastroenteropancreatic systems
Future Oncology Ahead of Print. (Source: Future Oncology)
Source: Future Oncology - July 14, 2016 Category: Cancer & Oncology Authors: Nicola FlaumJuan W ValleWasat MansoorMairéad G McNamara Source Type: research
Fossorial Origin of the Turtle Shell.
Abstract The turtle shell is a complex structure that currently serves a largely protective function in this iconically slow-moving group . Developmental [2, 3] and fossil [4-7] data indicate that one of the first steps toward the shelled body plan was broadening of the ribs (approximately 50 my before the completed shell ). Broadened ribs alone provide little protection  and confer significant locomotory [9, 10] and respiratory [9, 11] costs. They increase thoracic rigidity , which decreases speed of locomotion due to shortened stride length , and they inhibit effective costal ventilation [9, 11]. ...
Source: Current Biology - July 14, 2016 Category: Biology Authors: Lyson TR, Rubidge BS, Scheyer TM, de Queiroz K, Schachner ER, Smith RM, Botha-Brink J, Bever GS Tags: Curr Biol Source Type: research
Safety analysis of proposed data ‐driven physiologic alarm parameters for hospitalized children
CONCLUSIONSA large proportion of vital signs in hospitalized children are outside presently used norms. Safety evaluation of data‐driven limits suggests they are as safe as those currently used. Implementation of these parameters in physiologic monitors may mitigate alarm fatigue. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2016. © 2016 Society of Hospital Medicine (Source: Journal of Hospital Medicine)
Source: Journal of Hospital Medicine - July 14, 2016 Category: Hospital Management Authors: Veena V. Goel, Sarah F. Poole, Christopher A. Longhurst, Terry S. Platchek, Natalie M. Pageler, Paul J. Sharek, Jonathan P. Palma Tags: Original Research Source Type: research
Expanded criteria for retinopathy of prematurity screening in moderately preterm infants: Single ‐center pilot study
ConclusionsIn moderately preterm infants, status should be evaluated in order to effectively select candidates for ROP screening without missing potential ROP developers. (Source: Pediatrics International)
Source: Pediatrics International - July 14, 2016 Category: Pediatrics Authors: Sook Kyung Yum, Cheong ‐Jun Moon, Young‐Ah Youn, Jung Hyun Lee, So Young Kim, In Kyung Sung Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
Age ‐related risk factors for bacterial aetiology in community‐acquired pneumonia
ConclusionIt should be considered that the bacterial aetiology may differ according to the patient's age, comorbidities, smoking and alcohol abuse. More extensive microbiological testing is warranted in those with risk factors for infrequent microorganisms. (Source: Respirology)
Source: Respirology - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Jos é M. Sahuquillo‐Arce, Rosario Menéndez, Raúl Méndez, Isabel Amara‐Elori, Rafael Zalacain, Alberto Capelastegui, Javier Aspa, Luis Borderías, Juan J. Martín‐Villasclaras, Salvador Bello, Inmaculada Alfageme, Felipe Rodriguez Castro, Jordi R Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
Is it feasible to radiologically monitor the evolution of non ‐CF bronchiectasis?
Source: Respirology - July 14, 2016 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Paola Crivelli, Nicola Sverzellati, Giovanni Sotgiu, Stefano Aliberti Tags: Correspondence Source Type: research