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March 1, 1941

Equinococosis pulmonar: Estudio anatomoclinico-radiobroncografico Y terapeutico

JAMA. 1941;116(9):902-903. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820090102035

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Abstract

These authors have collaborated in various other valuable contributions to the anatomy and roentgenography of the thorax. They now in a single volume review the fundamentals of bronchography and the roentgen anatomy of the lungs and discuss in order closed hydatid cyst, the complications caused by closed hydatid cyst, the treatment of closed hydatid cyst, various causes of rupture of the hydatid membrane into the bronchi, secondary complications, sequelae and residual manifestations due to the pulmonary abscess consecutive to the pulmonary suppuration and breaking down of the tissues or to operation, pleural echinococcosis, multiple pulmonary hydatidosis and hydatid infection of the bases of the lungs. The authors are especially fitted for such work, not only because of their previous contributions to the etiology and topography of various intrathoracic lesions and for their observations on bronchography, but also by the fact that they live in that part of the world where

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