bronchography


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bronchography

(brɒŋˈkɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Medicine) radiography of the bronchial tubes after the introduction of a radiopaque medium into the bronchi
Translations

bron·chog·ra·phy

n. broncografía, radiografía del árbol bronquial usando un medio de contraste.
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(33) Barium used for bronchography has been demonstrated to cause mild intra-alveolar granulomatous pneumonia that did not cause any clinical signs in horses.
In the moment of aspiration, instead of expected esophagography, the X-ray image showed an almost classical "bronchography" [Figure 1].
Shah, "Central bronchiectasis in allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis: Comparative evaluation of computed tomography of the thorax with bronchography," European Respiratory Journal, vol.
Ohki, "Thoracoscopic lung segmentectomy simulated by a tailor-made virtual lung: computed bronchography and angiography," The Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon, vol.
Diagnosis may be established with help of chest x-ray, CT thorax, fiber optic bronchoscopy and if possible pulmonary angiography and bronchography. (4,5) Thomas et al.