By Johny A. Verschakelen, Walter De Wever
The second one version of Connective Tissue and Its Heritable problems: Molecular, Genetic, and scientific elements is the definitive reference textual content in its box, with over forty% extra pages at the nature, analysis, and remedy of ailment than its predecessor. amassing new examine on problems designated within the first variation in addition to on these formerly excluded, editors Peter Royce and Beat Steinmann give you the latest medical and medical info for clinical experts treating affected individuals. beneficial properties of this revised and up to date quantity contain special studies of the scientific analysis, mode of inheritance, possibility of recurrence, and prenatal prognosis of every inherited connective tissue illness; a radical description of the morphology of connective tissues; a totally up to date and revised part at the biology of the extracellular matrix; and the addition of syndromes corresponding to craniosyntosis, and issues of sulfate metabolism.
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Verschakelen and W. 5 Combination of Patterns a b Fig. 10a,b. Both on the axial (a) and on the coronal slice (b), multiple linear opacities are seen in the right lower lobe. A number of these lines cross each other, creating a reticular pattern. Some lines can be identiﬁed as septal lines (black arrows), some are intralobular lines (black arrowheads), while some are caused by the thickening of the subpleural (white arrows) and peribronchovascular interstitium (white arrowheads) and by lines that are located in the lung parenchyma and caused by atelectasis and ﬁbrosis (parenchymal bands, irregular linear opacities, and when parallel with the pleural surface, subpleural lines).
Differential diagnosis of ground-glass opacity, divided into diseases with generally an acute course and diseases with a subacute or chronic course. Note that the presence of ground-glass opacity in subacute and chronic diseases often indicates active disease in that area, particularly in the absence of clear signs of lung ﬁbrosis Acute course of disease b Pulmonary infection (bacterial, viral, pneumocys- tis jiroveci pneumonia, mycoplasma pneumonia) b Pulmonary oedema b Pulmonary haemorrhage b Adult (acute) respiratory distress syndrome [ARDS] b Acute interstitial pneumonia [AIP] b Eosinophilic pneumonia (acute) b Radiation pneumonitis (acute) Subacute/chronic course of disease b Hypersensitivity pneumonitis b Smoking related parenchymal lung disease, respiratory bronchiolitis (Respiratory bronchiolitis - interstitial lung disease [RB-ILD], Desquamative interstitial pneumonia [DIP]) b Usual interstitial pneumonia [UIP]: idiopathic pul- monary ﬁbrosis [IPF] and disease associated UIP other diseases (Johkoh et al.
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