pneumonectomy


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pneumonectomy

[‚nü·mə′nek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of an entire lung.
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The pneumonectomy was led by Dr Redha Souilamas, chief of thoracic surgery at the hospital's heart and vascular institute.
56% Total 77 512 589 POAF = postoperative atrial fibrillation; AF = atrial fibrillation; PD = right pneumonectomy; PS = left pneumonectomy Table 16.
Pneumonectomy may take one of three forms: intrapleural, intrapericardial or extrapleural.
In another study, conducted by Myssiorek3, 28% cases were having RLN damage after thyroidectomy, 13% after neck dissection, 31% after pneumonectomy and lobectmy.
Eight of nine patients who underwent surgical therapy received pneumonectomy via thoracotomy.
Intraoperative tidal volume as a risk factor for respiratory failure after pneumonectomy.
Previously, treatment options were limited to surgical resection including pneumonectomy in the case of proximal pulmonary artery lesions, lobectomy in peripheral cases, or resection with segmental prosthetic graft repair (7).
Fast-tracking after video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery Iobectomy, segmentectomy, and pneumonectomy The Annals of Thoracic Surgeons, 84(5), 1663-1668.
The first pneumonectomy in man was performed in 1895 by Sir William McEwen in Glasgow; he simply scooped out a lung that had been almost destroyed by tuberculosis.
esophagectomy, pneumonectomy, colectomy) had little effect on the findings.
The resections were presented as the atypical segmentectomy, lobectomy, pneumonectomy and combined resection.