The frequency and percentage (%) were computed for x-ray chest findings (consolidation and reticular shadowing) in children classified as pneumonia, lower chest wall
in drawing, fast breathing as well as for gender distribution.
Here, if the superior border of the chest wall
defect was over the top of the diaphragm, we used net and bone cement for the reconstruction of the chest wall
The treatment of choice of chest wall
TB is still not clear.
Over the past decade, the benefit of sternal or large chest wall
resections were usually counterbalanced by high postoperative morbidity and mortality rates.
We have previously shown that the initiation of VF in commotio cordis is related to the peak left ventricular pressure generated by the chest wall
After allowing time for the surgical recovery and wound healing, the patient was referred to radiation oncology, where he received left chest wall
radiation for positive resection margins.
Children with chest wall
subcutaneous lumps are frequently brought to the clinic for consultation.
tumours make up less than 5% of thoracic malignancies.
A 67-year-old woman was referred to our department for a protruding mass in the left anterior chest wall
[Figure 1]a that had persisted for 2 years.
Following extensive research in this field, it was noted that, in most of the cases where some kind of chest reconstructive surgery was required, the device that was used to correct the chest wall
was custom built.
Don't overlook chest wall
syndrome, GERD, or panic disorder
Other sites included preauricular / retro parotid areas, chest wall
swelling and breast, each accounting for 4 (5.