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Bronchoscopy and Central Airway Disorders

A Patient-Centered Approach: Expert Consult Online and Print

Bronchoscopy and Central Airway Disorders provides the guidance you need to plan and implement the most effective bronchoscopy procedure for every patient. Through specifically-designed case scenarios with correlating review questions and videos, this practical respiratory medicine reference leads you through the decision-making process and execution of these sometimes complex procedures, as well as the optimal long-term management of your patients.

Audience

pulmonologists

interventional pulmonologists

Hardbound, 416 Pages

Published: July 2012

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4557-0320-3

Contents

  • Contents

    Preface

    How to Use This Book: The "Four Box" Approach

    Section 1. Practical Approach to Benign Exophytic Airway Obstruction

    1. Rigid Bronchoscopy With Laser Resection for Tracheal Obstruction From Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis

    2. Endoscopic therapy of endobronchial typical carcinoid

    3. Bronchoscopic treatment of silicone stent-related granulation tissue

    4. Bronchoscopic Removal of a Broncholith From the Lateral Wall of the Proximal Bronchus Intermedius

    5. Treatment of tracheobronchial aspergillosis superimposed on post tuberculosis-related tracheal stricture

    Section 2. Practical Approach to Benign Tracheal Stenosis

    6. Bronchoscopic Treatment of Idiopathic Laryngotracheal Stenosis With Glottis Involvement

    7. Idiopathic subglottic stenosis without glottis involvement

    8. Post Intubation Tracheal Stenosis

    9. Bronchoscopic Treatment of Post Tracheostomy Tracheal Stenosis With Chondritis

    10. Bronchoscopic Treatment of Wegener’s Granulomatosis-Related Subglottic Stenosis

    Section 3. Practical Approach to Expiratory Central Airway Collapse

    11. Silicone Stent Insertion for Focal Crescent Type Tracheomalacia in a Patient With sarcoidosis

    12. Stent insertion for diffuse circumferential tracheobronchomalacia caused by relapsing polychondritis

     

    13. CPAP treatment for moderate diffuse excessive dynamic airway collapse caused by Mounier-Kuhn syndrome

    14. Stent insertion for severe diffuse excessive dynamic airway collapse caused by COPD

    Section 4. Practical Approach to Mediastinal Lymphadenopathy (EBUS and alternatives)

    15. EBUS-TBNA for Right Upper Lobe Mass and Right Lower Paratracheal Lymphadenopathy

    16: EBUS-TBNA of right lower paratracheal lymph node (station 4R)

    17: EBUS-TBNA of a left lower paratracheal node (level 4L) in a patient with a left upper lobe lung mass and suspected lung cancer

    18. EBUS-TBNA for Subcentimeter PET Negative Subcarinal LAD (Station 7) and a Right Lower Lobe Pulmonary Nodule

    19. EBUS-Guided TBNA for isolated subcarinal lymphadenopathy (station 7).

    Section 5. Practical Approach to Malignant Central Airway Obstruction

    20. Stent insertion for extrinsic tracheal obstruction caused by thyroid carcinoma

    21. Rigid bronchoscopy tumor debulking and silicone stent insertion for mixed malignant tracheal obstruction caused by esophageal carcinoma

     

    22. Rigid bronchoscopy with laser and stent placement for bronchus intermedius obstruction from lung cancer involving the right main pulmonary artery

    23: Photodynamic therapy for palliation of infiltrative endoluminal obstruction at left secondary carina and left lower lobe bronchus

    24. Rigid Bronchoscopy With Y Stent Insertion at Left Secondary Carina

    Section 6. Practical Approach to Other Central Airway Disease Processes

    25: Rigid bronchoscopy for removal of a foreign body lodged in the right lower lobe bronchus

    26. Treatment of critical left main bronchial obstruction and acute respiratory failure in the setting of right pneumonectomy

    27. Stent insertion for tracheo-broncho-esophageal fistula at the level of lower trachea and left mainstem bronchus

    28. Rigid bronchoscopic intervention for central airway obstruction and concurrent superior vena cava syndrome caused by small cell carcinoma

    29. Bronchoscopic treatment of a large right mainstem bronchial stump fistula

    30. Hemoptysis caused by distal left main bronchial tumor in a patient with primary lung adenocarcinoma

    Section 7. Case-Based Self-Assessment Questions

    Index

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