hyperéchogène: l`emphysème lobaire géant congènital;. Gynécologie obstétrique & fertilité; Elsevier, Paris,. France; ;. 3. Mhiri Riadh, Chaabouni Malek. Open Access Case report Emphysème segmentaire géant congénital compressif: diagnostic et traitement Giant congenital compressive segmental emphysema. 13 avr. L’emphysème lobaire géant congénital est une pathologie malformative rare du nourrisson. Les auteurs rapportent un cas similaire qui se.
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By clicking geantt, I agree to your terms. Pan African Medical Journal. Authors report a similar case that is remarkable for its even rarer segmental location and compressive character.
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The patient underwent successful urgent segmentectomy for the treatment of respiratory distress in a developing country. Notre cas s’inscrit dans les Figure 4: Congenital and developmental diseases, In: Giant lobar emphysema neonatal diagnosis.
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Giant congenital diaphragmatic hernia in an adult. Giant congenital lobar emphysema is a rare pathological malformation in infants. Authors report a similar case that is remarkable for its even rarer s The purpose of this study was to compare clinical outcomes of segmental resection to lobectomy as increasing antenatal diagnosis of congenital pulmonary malformations has led to a shift in surgical management.
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