bronchogenic


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bronchogenic

(ˌbrɒŋkəʊˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
bronchial in origin
Translations

bron·cho·gen·ic

a. broncogénico-a, broncógeno-a, que se origina en los bronquios;
___ carcinomacarcinoma ___;
___ cystquiste ___.

bronchogenic

adj broncogénico, broncógeno
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The presence of a bronchoscopically visible lesion in a patient with known extrapulmonary malignancy does not equal EBM since they are clinically, radiologically, and bronchoscopically indistinguishable from bronchogenic carcinoma in most cases.
Bronchogenic cysts are uncommon congenital defects originating from sequestration of the ventral foregut, the antecedent of the tracheobronchial tree [1].
Bronchogenic carcinoma is the most fatal carcinoma in the world and is increasing in incidence day by day.
Abnormal budding of the resultant bronchial tree results in a bronchogenic cyst.
It is well documented that smoking is the major aetiological factor of chronic bronchitis, emphysema, atelectasis, bronchogenic carcinoma, coronary artery disease (CAD), oral diseases, clotting disorders, infertility etc.3 Smoking not only affects active smokers, but passive smokers as well.
Thus this study was carried out to investigate the diagnostic value & safety of Ultra sound guided Transthoracic Lung Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology examination in Bronchogenic Carcinoma.
Keywords: Congenital cystic lesions of lung, Congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation, Congenital lobar emphysema, Broncho pulmonary sequestration, Bronchogenic cyst.
The non-asthmatic condition has been associated with chronic granulomatous diseases, glomerulonephritis, influenza virus, mycobacterial infections, and bronchogenic carcinoma.
The investigation for bronchogenic differentiation with antigen test for TTF1 gave a negative result.
Radiological visualization of extensive calcification in bronchogenic carcinoma is not familiar and may cause confusion and misdiagnosis; (2) however; it may be rarely seen and has also been reported (3).