Posts Tagged ‘Dysgenesis

Previously, an anomalous inferior venacava with azygos continuation, congenital deficiency of the left pericardium, or dysgenesis of the lung was thought to be quite a rare combination of malformations, but owing to recent devel­opments in diagnostic technique, the number of cases diagnosed during life has increased. The incidence of anomalous inferior vena cava was reported […]

The bronchogram (Fig 3) was consistent with the findings of bronchoscopy and the tomograms. The left upper lobe bronchus was absent, leaving only a dimple at the usual site of its takeoff. There were two right upper bronchi, one from the trachea and the other from right main bronchus. Cytologic studies of bronchial lavage and […]

Owing to recent developments in roentgenographic tech­nique, the number of reported cases of congenital anomalies such as anomalous inferior vena cava with azygos continuation, congenital deficiency of left pericardium, or dysgenesis of lung diagnosed individually has increased. Thus, such anomalies are now listed in the differential diagnosis of the abnormal lung shadow. Recently, we ob­served […]

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