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Selective bronchial and intercostal arteriography

A. S. J. Botenga

Selective bronchial and intercostal arteriography

by A. S. J. Botenga

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Published by Williams and Wilkins in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bronchi -- Blood-vessels -- Radiography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] A. S. J. Botenga.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC778 .B67
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 187 p.
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5315441M
    ISBN 109020702378
    LC Control Number72125543

    prevention of spinal cord lesions in selective angiography of the bronchial and intercostal ateries. Radiology 1 9 7 4 ; 1 1 2: 8 1 - 8 3 1 2. Miyazono N, Inoue H, Hori A et al. Visualization of left bronchial-to-coronary artery communication after distal bronchial artery em-bolization for bronchiectasis. Cardiovasc Intervent Radiol 1 9 9 4. In chemotherapy of primary lung tumors, optimal concentration of the drug in the tumor tissue is achieved by catheterization of the bronchial ility in number and size of the supplying vessels will often prevent effective raphy with a technique as described above may show whether catheterization of the bronchial arteries is possible.

    Selective bronchial artery catheterization was conducted in four healthy subjects and 86 patients with various cardiopulmonary diseases. Satisfactory bronchial arteriograms were obtained in 67 (66 percent) of studied. Three pathologic conditions: inflammation, malignant neoplasm, and diminished pulmonary blood flow resulted in hyperdevelopment of the bronchial arteries. Selective injection into the right eleventh inter- In carrying out intercostal arteriography to localize and treat bleeding into the pleural space, several important points should be kept sions in selective angiography of the bronchial and intercostal arteries. Radiology , 6.

    Bronchial arteriography. Selective catheterization of the bronchial arteries can be performed with forward-seeking catheters (e.g., spinal or renal double curve catheter) or reverse-curve catheters (e.g., Simmons or Shetty). In any case, the catheter tip must be wall-seeking along the descending thoracic aorta to engage the bronchial arteries. Selective arteriography of the right subclavian artery demonstrates the enlarged right internal thoracic artery with filling of small mediastinal and bronchial arteries supplying the right pulmonary hilus and perihilar region. Selective arteriography of the right supreme intercostal artery shows filling of the posterior intercostal arteries and.


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Would a better understanding of the anatomy and improvement of the method make it possible to reduce the percentage of failures sufficiently to earn selective arteriography of bronchial and intercostal arteries a place among the accepted methods of selective arteriographic investigation.

Selective bronchial and intercostal arteriography. Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, (OCoLC) Online version: Botenga, A.S.J.

Selective bronchial and intercostal arteriography. Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A S J Botenga. Read "Selective Bronchial and Intercostal Arteriography" by A.S.J. Botenga available from Rakuten Kobo.

Would a better understanding of the anatomy and improvement of the method make it possible to reduce the percentage of Brand: Springer Netherlands.

Get this from a library. Selective Bronchial and Intercostal Arteriography. [A S J Botenga] -- 1. Would a better understanding of the anatomy and improvement of the method make it possible to reduce the percentage of failures sufficiently to earn selective arteriography of bronchial and.

Would a better understanding of the anatomy and improvement of the method make it possible to reduce the percentage of failures sufficiently to earn selective arteriography of bronchial and intercostal arteries a place among the accepted methods of selective arteriographic investigation.

Can indications for such selective arteriographical investigations be formulated. The answers to. Would a better understanding of the anatomy and improvement of the method make it possible to reduce the percentage of failures sufficiently to earn selective arteriography of bronchial and intercostal arteries a place among the accepted methods of selective.

Selective bronchial arteriographic examination has recently been used to study pathologic conditions of the lung,3, 4, 5 and it has also been employed in the study of the pathology and identity of the vessels in the affected lungs using postoperative and postmortem specimens.2, 6, 7, 8 It has been known that the bronchial arteries are actively.

Transfemoral bronchial and or intercostal arteriography was performed using standard Seldinger technique using Fr Shephard's Crook catheter and 5 Fr double angle renal and Cobra visceral catheters.

Selective catheterization of left bronchial artery revealed tortuous bronchial artery with hypervascularity in left lower lobe and shunting. [Selective arteriography of bronchial and intercostal arteries. Technic and radiologic anatomy of selective bronchial arteriography (introduction and review of the literature)] Botenga AS.

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By George Simon, 3rd Edition. Illustrations. 8Butterworths. Price, £9 Tuberculosis Patient Esophageal Carcinoma Anatomical Information Bronchial Artery Intercostal Artery These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. intercosto-bronchial trunk. Digital subtraction arteriography was performed. Findings: There is a large caliber right intercosto-bronchial trunk which is visible on the thoracic aortogram.

Selective catheterization was performed with a Mickelson catheter and digital subtraction angiography demonstrates intercostal branch going to the second.

Book. Botenga; 1. of failures sufficiently to earn selective arteriography of bronchial and intercostal arteries a place among the accepted methods of selective arteriographic. Burning Sensation Bronchial Artery Intercostal Artery Normal Origin Selective Arteriography These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Figure 1 shows an angiogram, with an explanatory diagram, of a normal dog. The right bronchial artery (A) originates from the first right aortic intercostal artery, and lies superior and anterior to the bronchial tree.

A small esophageal branch (B) is noted. At the level of. Selective bronchial arteriography permits excellent visualization of these vessels, in which the normal anatomy as well as the pathologic changes can be studied (10, 20).

Physiologic changes affecting the bronchial circulation may also be studied after selective catheterization of a bronchial artery. Supreme intercostal angiography (after selective catheter placement into the vessel), if supplying bronchial structure Thyrocervical trunk angiography (following subclavian) (additional vessel, selective, after basic exam) * N/A bronchial and other involved systemic artery em-bolization for massive or continuing moderate hemopty-sis resistant to medical treatment.

The amount of blood expectorated at the time of initial BAE was less than ml/day in 35 patients, and more than ml/day in 19 patients. Among this total of 54, the causes of hemor. the bronchial arteries. Using a combination of the 5-French spinal catheter and a Glidewire the right intercostal bronchial trunk was accessed.

Angiography in this catheter position demonstrated markedly abnormal vasculature involving the right lung in the distribution of the right bronchial artery. No definite spinal artery was. [Selective arteriography of the bronchial and intercostal arteries. A new aid in the diagnosis of lung disorders] Botenga AS.

Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd, (24), 01 Jun Cited by:. Bronchial arteriography criteria that can lead to a diagnosis of hemoptysis are bronchial artery enlargement, hypervascularization, bronchial-to-pulmonary shunting, and extravasation of the contrast material into the bronchial lumen. Following selective catheterization of the bleeding bronchial artery or other systemic artery, embolization was.The right bronchial artery was embolized until hemostasis was achieved.

Post embolization angiogram right bronchial artery showed satisfactory hemostasis. Next right intercostal artery was catheterized, and angiogram was obtained. Subselective catheterization of a right intercostal artery branch was performed, and angiogram was obtained.In the living dog, bronchial arteriography has been performed by thoracic aortography (6) and by surgical cannulation of the intercostal artery from which the bronchial artery arises (8).

Percutaneous aortic catheterization with selective injection of the bronchial arteries would have obvious advantages over these methods.