Consolidating infiltrate


03-Jun-2017 15:53

Patients with an atelectasis will have a loss of lung volume, whereas patients with an infiltrate will have a gain in lung volume.Symptoms of an atelectasis include chest pain, difficulty breathing and coughing.

Continue Reading Pulmonary infiltrates, such as infections resulting in pneumonia or severe ailments like cystic fibrosis, can cause atelectasis.

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As a verb infiltrate is to surreptitiously penetrate, enter or gain access. As a noun consolidation is the act or process of consolidating, making firm, or uniting; the state of being consolidated; solidification; combination.… continue reading »


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Chest x-ray revealed a "dense left lower-lobe consolidating infiltrate" Figure 4. Chest CT indicated left lower-lobe consolidation Figure 5.… continue reading »


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A pulmonary consolidation is a region of normally compressible lung tissue that has filled with liquid instead of air. Pulmonary infiltrate; References… continue reading »


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An infiltrate is the filling of airspaces with fluid pulmonary oedema, inflammatory exudates white cells or pus, protein and immunological substances.… continue reading »


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Infiltrate vs consolidation - Chest X-Ray early silhouetting of left heart border. While consolidation is not seen on lateral view, may reflect early lingular infiltrate.… continue reading »


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