1. dilatation or distension of a hollow organ
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  • Tese results indicate under the plateau hypoxia circumstance, the BMS show evident angiectasis and hyperemia and the volume and length of the BMS are higher in acute and subacute periods.
  • Bronchiectasis should be considered when chronic cough produces sputum and hemoptysis.
  • Histologic examination shows folded and fibrotic visceral pleura with atelectasis and variable amounts of chronic inflammation in the adjacent lung parenchyma.
  • Babies with whooping cough can develop pneumonia, bronchiectasis (pockets of infection form in the small airways of the lungs) and/or collapsed lung.
  • Patients were defined as having the pulmonary hemorrhage or infarction syndrome it they had hemoptysis, pleuritic pain, or atelectasis or parenchymal abnormality on the chest radiograph.
  • In other cases, however, sooner or later the dilated capillaries become permanently enlarged (_telangiectasis_) and acne lesions are often present -- constituting the middle stage or grade of the disease; this is the type most frequently met with. Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Including the Syphilodermata Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine
  • Of these, one case with pulmonary aspergillosis and one case with atelectasis (due to acute hemorrhage) were confirmed.
  • A diffuse telangiectasis, should it require treatment, may be gently touched with a needle-pointed galvanocaustic electrode at a number of sittings. Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy A Manual of Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal Surgery
  • Lung abscess, empyema and subsequent bronchiectasis are relatively common complications.
  • There is a high frequency of inborn defects of respiratory organs and bronchiectasis.
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