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Polycystic pulmonary disease



Polycystic pulmonary disease (cystic hypoplasia) is a developmental disorder caused by antenatal maldevelopment of the pulmonary parenchyma, vessels and bronchial tree with the formation of a multitude of cavities (cysts) distal to the subsegmental bronchi.

Clinical picture. Cough, purulent sputum, sometimes hemoptysis. Practically from a birth continuously recurrent course of an inflammation in bronchopulmonary system. Children lag behind in physical development, "drumsticks." Deformation of the chest on the side of vice.

Diagnostics. With X-ray and tomography, cellular formations are found.

With bronchography multiple rounded cavities.
Cystic formations are more often localized in the left lung or there is a bilateral defeat.

With computed tomography, cystic formations, their predominant localization in the left lung.

Complications. Complications of polycystic lung: suppuration pulmonary processes, pneumothorax, pulmonary hemorrhage, amyloidosis (rarely).

Treatment. Surgical.

Contraindications: the prevalence of the process, severe manifestations of pulmonary heart failure.

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Polycystic pulmonary disease

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