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폐격리증 15예의 임상양상에 관한 고찰

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 Clinical Manifestations of 15 Cases of Pulmonary Sequestration 
 박광주  ;  김은숙  ;  김형중  ;  장준  ;  안철민  ;  김성규  ;  이원영  ;  김상진  ;  이두연 
 Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases (결핵 및 호흡기질환), Vol.44(2) : 401-408, 1997 
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 Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases (결핵 및 호흡기질환) 
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Pulmonary sequestration ; Angiography ; Operation
BACKGROUND: Pulmonary sequestration is a rare congenital malformation, which is manifested by formation of nonfunctioning lung tissue lacking normal communication with the tracheobronchial tree. The preoperative diagnostic rate has been relatively low, and without consideration of pulmonary sequestration, unexpected bleeding from aberrant vessels may be a serious problem during the operation. The purpose of our study is to describe the clinical features of pulmonary sequestration based on a review of 15 cases treated by operation. METHOD: Fifteen patients with pulmonary sequestration who had undergone surgical treatment from 1991 through May 1996 at Yongdong Severance Hospital and Severance Hospital were reviewed retrospectively. RESULTS: The mean age of the patients was 22.5 years (range 5-57), and male to female ratio was 9:6. Clinical presentations varied from recurrent respiratory infections such as fever, cough, and sputum or chest pain to no symptom. The chest simple X-rays showed multicystic shadow(10/15) and solid mass-like shadow(5/15). The chest CT scans, done in twelve cases, showed multicystic lesion with or without lung infiltration(8/l2), solid mass-like lesion(4/12), The chest MRIs, done in three cases, revealed the aberrant arteries originating from descending aorta(2/3). Aortograms, done in four cases, showed the aberrant arteries originating from descending thoracic aorta(2/4), abdominal aorta(1/4), and intercostal artery(1/4). and the venous returns were via the pulmonary veins. Pulmonary sequestration was considered preoperatively in six patients of fifteen. Other preliminary diagnosis were lung tumor(3/15), lung abscess(2/15), bronchiectasis(2/15), and mediastinal tumor(2/15). In the operative findings, twelve cases were of intralobar type and three cases of extralobar type. The left lower lobe was most often affected(9/15) and one extralobar sequestration was in the pericardium. The aberrant arteries originated from descending thoracic aorta(6/15), abdominal aorta(1/15), internal thoracic arteries(2/15), intercostal artery(1/15), pericardiophrenic artery( 1/15), but in four cases, the origins could not be defined. There was no mortality or complication postoperatively. CONCLUSION: In our study, preoperative diagnostic rate was relatively low, and clinical features were similar to previous reports. Preoperative vigorous diagnostic approach including aortography is strongly advocated not only for its diagnostic value, but also for accurate localization of the aberrant vessels, which is major concern to surgical procedure.
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Kim, Hyung Jung(김형중) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2498-0683
Ahn, Chul Min(안철민)
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