More Photographs of Normal & Diseased Lungs
Excellent photographs, pictures and x-rays
of normal and
diseased lungs courtesy of Dr. Frederic W. Grannis Jr., MD, a thoracic surgeon.
We thank him very much for allowing us to use them on our
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Bronchiectasis is seen
here. The repeated episodes of
inflammation can result in scarring, which has resulted
in fibrous adhesions between the lobes.
Below the white arrow can be seen a
fibrous band in
a peripheral pulmonary artery from a remote
organized pulmonary thromboembolus.
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