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the forcible removal of goods and possessions, and, as used by FOUCAULT (1975), the enforced deprivation of personal liberty by the state in modern societies within specialized forms of CARCERAL ORGANIZATION.



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Two patients had a right lower lobe sequestration and one patient had a left lower lobe sequestration.
Pulmonary sequestration was first described by Rektorzik in 1861, as a nonfunctioning mass of lung tissue which lacks normal communication with the tracheobronchial tree and with an anomalous systemic arterial supply.
lobectomy A CT arteriogram showed a single aberrant artery arising from the anterior right lateral aspect of the thoracic aorta at the level of T10 supplying the right lower lobe pulmonary sequestration Patient 3 Chest X-ray--a vague Left lower Figure 3, opacity in the lower lobe lobectomy.
Key words: Lung, congenital lesion, pulmonary hypertension, intralobar sequestration
Pulmonary sequestration (PS) is defined as a congenital malformation consisting of aberrant lung tissue mass that does not have a normal connection with the tracheobronchial tree and has a systemic arterial blood supply.
Abstract: Pulmonary sequestration is a rare congenital or acquired pulmonary anomaly.
Key Words: extralobar, intralobar, Nocardia asteroides, pulmonary sequestration
4) Sequestrations have been documented to harbor squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma, tubercular infection, and various fungal infections.
Pathologic Diagnosis: Intralobar Bronchopulmonary Sequestration
discussed the long-term consequences of sequestration and the significant contributions federal employees have made toward deficit reduction.
The destructive across-the-board cuts required by the sequestration are not a substitute for a responsible deficit reduction plan.
The sequestration cuts have played a prominent role in the Virginia Senate race, with Republican candidate George Allen has taking aim at the planned cutbacks.