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Accuracy and time efficiency for the detection of thoracic cage fractures: volume rendering compared with transverse computed tomography images.
The pulmonary function test abnormalities commonly encountered in CTD Lung volumes DLCO Increased Asthma, emphysema, Pulmonary haemorrhage bronchiectasis and syndromes, bronchiolitis obliterans polycythaemia Decreased Interstitial pneumonia Interstitial pneumonia (ILD) (ILD) BOOP PTED Pleural and thoracic cage disease
Bilateral cervical doorbell test referred pain to the left anterior thoracic cage; the left cervical doorbell test also referred pain to the left posterior thoracic cage.
1,6] Routine spasms of the chest that occur during coughing and sneezing can cause rib fractures and pneumothorax in AS patients due to the inability of the thoracic cage to expand once its joints have ankylosed.
Deformed bony thoracic cage, Pleural thickening along posterior costal margin (R>L), Ground glass opacity with interlobular septal thickening and area of consolidation involving bilateral lung fields features likely s/o Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
Aortic transection is a rare injury and results from blunt trauma to the thoracic cage.
1] Scoliosis is the most common 3-dimensional deformation abnormality affecting the spine, with direct effects on the thoracic cage of the affected person.
The thoracic cage is small and bell shaped with short oblique ribs.
It was noticed that during the final testing for the experiment group, the mean increases significantly at a single parameter, the thoracic cage elasticity.