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A young man with dyspnoea and audible expiration: the loops never lie.

Taher H, Samuelson M, Gehlbach B, Gross T - Breathe (Sheff) (2016)

Bottom Line: Spirometry provides clues to solving this puzzle of dyspnoea and wheeze in a young nonsmoker-the loops never lie!http://ow.ly/YC9zI A 10 s recording of expiratory sounds from this case can be found at: http://ow.ly/UVVu300moD1.

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Affiliation: Dept of Internal Medicine, Carver College of Medicine and the University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA.

ABSTRACT
Spirometry provides clues to solving this puzzle of dyspnoea and wheeze in a young nonsmoker-the loops never lie! http://ow.ly/YC9zI A 10 s recording of expiratory sounds from this case can be found at: http://ow.ly/UVVu300moD1.

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Histopathology of the endobronchial mass following bronchoscopic resection. At 200× magnification, note the infiltrating population of tumour cells with varying phenotypes including mucin-secreting cells (single arrow) and others with more squamoid morphology (double arrow).
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Figure 4: Histopathology of the endobronchial mass following bronchoscopic resection. At 200× magnification, note the infiltrating population of tumour cells with varying phenotypes including mucin-secreting cells (single arrow) and others with more squamoid morphology (double arrow).


A young man with dyspnoea and audible expiration: the loops never lie.

Taher H, Samuelson M, Gehlbach B, Gross T - Breathe (Sheff) (2016)

Histopathology of the endobronchial mass following bronchoscopic resection. At 200× magnification, note the infiltrating population of tumour cells with varying phenotypes including mucin-secreting cells (single arrow) and others with more squamoid morphology (double arrow).
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Figure 4: Histopathology of the endobronchial mass following bronchoscopic resection. At 200× magnification, note the infiltrating population of tumour cells with varying phenotypes including mucin-secreting cells (single arrow) and others with more squamoid morphology (double arrow).
Bottom Line: Spirometry provides clues to solving this puzzle of dyspnoea and wheeze in a young nonsmoker-the loops never lie!http://ow.ly/YC9zI A 10 s recording of expiratory sounds from this case can be found at: http://ow.ly/UVVu300moD1.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Dept of Internal Medicine, Carver College of Medicine and the University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA.

ABSTRACT
Spirometry provides clues to solving this puzzle of dyspnoea and wheeze in a young nonsmoker-the loops never lie! http://ow.ly/YC9zI A 10 s recording of expiratory sounds from this case can be found at: http://ow.ly/UVVu300moD1.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus