Bronchology: Research, Diagnostic, and Therapeutic Aspects: Proceedings of the Second World Congress for Bronchology, held at Düsseldorf, FRG, 2-4 June 1980

Bronchology: Research, Diagnostic, and Therapeutic Aspects: Proceedings of the Second World Congress for Bronchology, held at Düsseldorf, FRG, 2-4 June 1980

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ISBN-13: 9789400982383
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 11/05/2011
Series: Developments in Surgery , #3
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1981
Pages: 652
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.05(d)

Table of Contents

I. Introduction.- II. Early Diagnosis Bronchogenic Carcinoma.- II.1. Diagnosis of Early Lung Cancer.- II.2. Screening for Lung Cancer.- 11.3. Friedel’s Catheter Biopsy in Peripheral Lung Cancer (in German).- II.4. Early Diagnosis of Peripheral Bronchogenic Carcinoma by Cytological Examination of Catheter Biopsies.- II.5. Comparative Study between the Macroscopic Pathological Findings and Difficulties in Detection of the Sites of Early Stage Lung Cancer.- II.6. Fluorescent Bronchoscopy: A New Technique and Further Results.- II.7. The Reliability of Cytodiagnosis in Determining Malignancy and Histogenetic Tumour Type.- II.8. Sputum-cytologic Diagnosis of Early Roentgenologically Occult Bronchogenic Carcinoma.- II.9.The Diagnosis of Precancerous Lesions and Multifocal Carcinoma of the Bronchial Epithelium with Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy.- II.10.Bronchofiberscopic Observations on Bronchial Epithelium of Heavy Smoker.- II.11.Fiberoptic Bronchoscopic Findings in Cases of Atypical Squamous Metaplasia.- II.12.Vascular Patterns Observed via the Fiberoptic Branch: scope in Cases of Lung Cancer.- II.13.Early Detection of Hilar Type of Bronchogenic Carcinoma.- II.14.Tumorous Diseases of Trachea and Bronchi Giving no X-ray Shadow.- II.15.Electronmicroscopic Study of Lung Cancer Specimen Biopsied by Large Channel Bronchofiberscope.- II.16.Forceps-Biopsy Material — A Sample for Histologic and Cytologic Examination.- II.17.Diagnostic Flexible Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy: Analysis of Results of Biopsy and Brush in 105 Patients.- II.18.A Multimodal Diagnostic Approach to Lung Cancer.- II.19.Some Aspects of Research Work on Chronic Bronchitis in China.- III. Bronchoscopy and Intensive Care Medicine.- III.1.Bronchial Suctioning with the Flexible Bronchoscope.- III.2.Therapeutic Bronchoscopy in the Operating Room and the Recovery Room.- III.3.Transbronchial Lung Biopsy for Differential Diagnosis of Acute Pulmonary Failure.- III.4.Diagnostic and Therapeutic Value of the Fiberoptic Bronchoscopic Procedures in the Intensive Care Unit and the Recovery Room.- III.5.A Case of Severe Airway Burn Successfully Treated with the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- III.6.Bronchoskopie-Intubation.- IV. Complications in Bronchological Investigations.- IV.1.Complications in Bronchological Investigations using a Bronchofiberscope: Results of 9,413 Procedures.- IV.2.Prevalence and Treatment of Complications of 550 Fiberbronchoscopies.- IV.3.Complications Following Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy.- IV.4.A Hew Method for Treatment of Bronchial and Lung Bleeding.- IV.5.Complications Following Flexible Bronchofiberscope — Prevention and Treatment of Endobronchial Bleeding after Biopsy.- IV.6.A Safety Position in Bronchofiberscopy.- IV.7.A New Double Lumen Endotrocheal Tube for Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy.- IV.8.Oro-Tracheal Intubation using the Double Lumen Tube.- IV.9.Cardiac Arrest as a Complication of Bronchological Investigation.- IV.10.Cardiac Rhythm Disturbances during Bronchoscopy.- IV.11.Cardiac Complications and Changes of Arterial Blood Gas Levels During Transbronchoscopic Lung Biopsy.- IV.12.Bloodless SO2 Monitoring to Prevent Complications in Bronchofiberoptic Procedures.- IV.13.Hypoxemia During Flexible Fiberbronchoscopy.- IV.14.Some Aspects of Complications on Transbronchial Lung Biopsy.- IV.15.Topicel Anesthesia in a Large Number of Flexible Bronchoscopies.- IV.16.Hemodynamic Effects in Bronchoscopy during Ventilation Bronchoscopy and Sanders Venturi Ventilation.- IV.17.Intravenous Anaesthesia Techniques as an Alternative to Halothane Anaesthesia in Bronchoscopic Procedures.- V. Bronchography in the Diagnosis of Lung Disease.- V. 1.Bronchography in Pulmonary Diseases.- V. 2.Course of Bronchography from 1959 to 1979 in a Department of Chest Disease.- V. 3.Significance of Peripheral Bronchography on Coin Lesion.- V. 4.Tracheobronchial Tuberculosis Diagnosed by Bronchoscopy and Bronchography.- V. 5.Clinical Examination of Bronchial Tuberculosis as Distinguished from Lung Cancer.- V. 6.Possibilities for Bronchography Using the Bronchofiberscope (in German).- V. 7.5elective Bronchography and Transbronchial Biopsy.- V. 8.A New Technique of Bronchography and its Clinical Application.- V. 9.Unefulneon of Bronchography — with Special Emphasis on Delineation of Mvcosol Changes of the Large Bronchus.- VI. Sarcoidosis.- VI. l.Bronoho-Alveolar Lavage (BAL) in 120 Patients with Sarcoidosis: Cellular Data and Relation with Serum Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (SACE).- VI. 2.The Validation and Use of KVEIM Test Suspensions.- VI. 3.Results of Different Biopsies in Sarcoidosis (Mediastinoscopy, DANIELS’ Biopsy, Bronchial and Lung Biopsies).- VI. 4.A Comparison of Fiberoptic Transbronchial Lung Biopsy (TBB) with Other Techniques in the Diagnosis of Sarcoidosis.- VI. 5.TBLB as a Diagnostic Procedure for Sarcoidosis in Japan — A Cooperative Study in Twenty-four Hospitals.- VI. 6.Transbronchial Lung Biopsy in Sarcoidosis.- VI. 7.Bronchoscopy in the Diagnosis of Sarcoidosis.- VI. 8.Diagnosis in Sarcoidosis: How Many Biopsies with Bronchoscopy?.- VI. 9.Bronchoscopic Findings and Transbronchoscopic Lung Biopsy in Sarcoidosis.- VI.10.3ronchoscopy as a Tool in Diagnosing Sarcoidosis.- VI.11.Fiberoptic Bronchoscopic Findings in Sarcoidosis.- VI.12.Computed Tomography versus Conventional Tomography of the Thorax in the Evaluation of Abnormal Lymph Nodes.- VI.13.Vascular Change in Main Bronchi of Sarcoidosis.- VII. Flexible or Rigid Bronchoscopy?.- VII.1.Flexible Bronchoscopy in Scandinavia — A Five Year Survey.- VII.2.Rigid or Flexible Bronchoscopy?.- VII.3.Flexible or Rigid Bronchoscopy?.- VII.4.Controversies in Flexible Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy.- VIII. Tracheo-Bronchial Corrective and Plastic Surgery.- Section 1. Endoscopic and Functional Criteria.- VIII.1.Results of Pre- and Post-Operative Functional Evaluation in Tracheal Stenosis.- VIII.2.Functional Appraisal of Bronchoplastic Operation.- VIII. 3.Diagnosis and Treatment of Tracheobronchomalacia with Asthmatic Attack.- VIII. 4.Diagnostic Meanings of MEFV-Curve for Patients with Stricture of Upper Airway: Value and Limitation of EsPEY’s Index.- VIII. 5.Enaoscopic Findings in Tracheal Stenoses in Relation to Changes in Ventilatory Parameters before and after Therapy (in German).- VIII. 6.Tracheoscopy Findings after Prolonged Intubation with the NL-Tracheostomy Tube.- VIII. 7.Use of Flexible Fiberoptic Bronchoscope in Palliative Treatment of Tracheal Strictures after Assisted Respiration.- Section 2. Operative Procedures.- VIII. 8.Traumatic Laryngotracheal Disruption Associated with Cricoid Fracture and Recurrent Nerve Injury.- VIII. 9.Bronchoplastic Procedures for Lung Cancer.- VIII.10.Therapeutic Approach to Laryngotracheal Injury in Post-traumatic and Post-intubation Main Airway Stenosis.- VIII.11.Indication of Tracheobronchial Plasty for Lung Cancer.- VIII.12.Tracheal Reconstruction with Perichondrial Grafts.- VIII.13.Surgical Treatment and Bronchoscopic Findings in Patients with Tracheal Invasion by Thyroid Carcinoma.- VIII.14.Surgical Management of Collar Tracheal Stenoses.- VIII.15.Reconstruction of the Stenotic Airway — A New Approach.- VIII.16.An Experimental Study of Tracheo-Bronchial Anastomoses with Regard to Ultra-Structure (in German).- Section 3. Post-operative Endoscopic Managemen.- VIII.17.Studies on the Effect upon Pulmonary Function of Denervation after Tracheo-Bronchoplasty.- VIII.18.Post-operative Use of Fiberoptic Bronchoscope for Bronchoplastic Surgery on Lung Cancer.- IX. Perbronchial Fine Needle Aspiration.- IX. 1.Thirty Years Experience with Perbronchial Fine Needle Aspiration.- IX. 2.Possibilities and Limitations in the Cytological Interpretation of Perbronchial Fine Needle Biopsies.- IX. 3.Transbronchial Needle Aspiration Biopsy via the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- IX. 4.Contribution of Diagnostic Needle Aspiration in Bronchoscopic Investigation.- IX. 5.Transtracheal and Transbronchial Aspiration in the Diagnosis of Intrathoracic Disease (in German).- IX. 6.Airway Morphology: Significance of Per-Bronchial Biopsy (in German).- IX. 7.Bronchial and Per-Bronchial Biopsies in Obstructive Airway Disease (in German).- IX. 8.Diagnostic Questionsin Per-Bronchial Lymph Node Biopsies (in German).- IX. 9.Technique for Transmural Lymph Node Aspiration Biopsy During Fiberbronchoscopy in Local Anesthesia in Carcoidosis.- IX.10.The Role of Computed Tomography in the Selection of Patients with Bronchogenic Carcinoma for Flexible and Rigid Bronchoscopy.- X. Transbronchial Biopsy.- X. 1.Transbronchicl Lung Biopsy (TDB) in 433 Patients.- X. 2.Diagnostic Accuracy in Peripheral Lung Cancer using Flexible Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- X. 3.Our Experience with Transbronchial Segmental Biopsies.- X. 4.A Morphological Analysis of Transbronchial Segmental Biopsies.- X. 5.Diagnostic Value of Transbronchial Lung Biopsy (TBLB) for Diseases showing Bilateral Diffuse Shadows on Chest Roentgenogram.- X. 6.Transbronchoscopic Lung Biopsy for Diffuse Pulmonary Diseases.- X. 7.badiological and Pathological Correlations on the Endobronchial Submucosol Lesions Confirmed by Trans-bronchial Lung Biopsy.- X. 8.Transbronchial Biopsy of Peripheral Lung Cancer using Fluoroscopic Guidance.- X. 9.Transbronchial Lung Biopsy: Personal Experience with Rigid and Fiberoptic Apparatus.- X.10.Broncho-Alveolar Lavage and Transbronchial Lung Biopsy with Flexible Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- XI. Further Diagnostic Procedures.- XI. 1.Advanced Bronchogenic Carcinoma — Control of Therapy by Serial Bronchoscopy.- XI. 2.Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Activity in the Course of Cytostatic Treatment of Inoperable Bronchogenic Carcinoma.- XI. 3.Immunoglobulins in Patients with Evidenced Bronchogenic Carcinoma.- XI. 4.Scanning Electron Microscopy and Energy-Dispersive X-ray Microanalysis of Transbronchial Lung Biopsy in Patients with Fibrotic Lung Disease.- XI 5.Pertracheal Pneumonediastinography.- XI 6.Abnormal Chest Roentgenogram induced by Bronchial Involvement — Bronchial Cast Shadow.- XI. 7.A Bronchological Approach to the Regional Function Investigation.- XI. 8.The Value of Perforating the Cusps of Biopsy Forceps.- XI 9.The Relationship between Lung Cancer Tumors and the Bronchial Mucosa in Relation to Histologic Type -- Based on Biopsy Specimens Obtained via the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- XI.10.Studies on the Vital Bronchial Lymphodrainage in Man with Lymphoscintigraphy — New Diagnostic Technique.- XI.11.Pleuroscopy with the Flexible Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- XII. Pathophysiology in Bronchology.- XII. 1.Immunoglobulins in Bronchial Lavage Fluid.- XII. 2.Relation Between Histological Findings in Lung Biopsy Specimens and the Broncho-Alveolar Cell Picture.- XII. 3.Selective Bronchial Lavage.- XII. 4.Determinations of Metalic Ions in Bronchial Lavage Fluid.- XII. 5.Functional Evaluation of Human Pulmonary Alveolar Macrophages Obtained by Bronchoalveolar Lavage : Effects of Smoking.- XII. 6.Enzymes Contained in Lavage Fluid from the Lung.- XII. 7.Studies on Macrophages in Bronchial Washings from the Patients with Bronchogenic Carcinoma.- XII. 8.Distribution and Localization of Immunoglobulins in Bronchial Mucosa.- XII. 9.A Study on the Differentiation Mechanism of the Tracheal Glands of Rats as Indicated by Peroxidose Activity.- XII.10.The Studies of CEA by Broncho-Toilet in Lung Disease.- XII.11.The Direct Observation of Volume-Dependent Deformation of Airways by Bronchofiberscope.- XII.12.Bronchial Response to Asthmatic Attack with Reference to Histological Changes.- XII.13.Histologicol Changes of the Bronchial Mucosa Following Prolonged Treatment with Beclomethasone Dipropionate in Patients Suffering from Bronchial Asthma.- XII.14.Study on Electromyogram of Bronchial Smooth Muscles.- XII.15.Significance of the Bronchial Gland as a Local Defence Mechanism.- XII.16.The Observation of Ozone Exposed Mouse Trachea by Freeze Fracture Method.- XII.17.Bronchial Bifurcation in the Right Upper Lobe and Left Upper Division Bronchi.- XIII. Nucociliary Function.- XIII. 1.Long-Term Exposure to Particles and Their Retention in the Human Lung.- XIII. 2.Comparison of Techniques for Measuring Tracheal Mucous Velocities invivo in Man.- XIII. 3.Effects of Salbutamol as Instillation Solution, Inhalation Powder and Metered Aerosol on Tracheal Mucous Velocity.- XIII. 4.Mucocrliary Clearance in Smokers and Nonsmokers Measured with a Bronchoscopic Video-Technical Method.- XIII. 5.A Method for Measuring Ciliary Beat Frequency invitro.- XIII. 6.Effects of a Beta-Adrenergic Agonist (Reproterol) on Ciliary Beat Frequency of Human Bronchial Epithelium invitro.- XIII. 7.Respiratory Mucosa Damage after Brush Biopsy.- XIII. 8.Electron Microscopic and Histochemical Study of Bronchial Mucosa Obtained by Biopsy from Bronchitic Patients.- XIV. Bronchoscopy as an Office Procedure.- XIV. 1.Indications and Contraindications for Bronchoscopy as an Office Procedure.- XIV. 2.Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy in the Office (in German).- XIV. 3.Bronchofiberoptic Examination for Screening of the Malignant Tumors.- XV. Pediatric Bronchology.- XV. 1.Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy in Small Children.- XV. 2. Indications for Bronchological Examinations in Children (in German).- XV. 3.Bacterial Laryngotracheobronchitis — Use of Fiber-optic Bronchoscope.- XV. 4.Use of Fiberoptic Bronchoscope in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit.- XV. 5.Our Experience with Olympus BF Type 4 B2.- XV. 6.Early Detection of Allergens by RAST in Infants and Preschool Children with Recurrent Bronchitis.- XVI. Emdoscopic Laser, Cryo- and Electrotherapy.- XVI. 1.Use of Carbon Dioxide Laser Technology in Leryngeal and Bronchial Surgery.- XVI. 2. Experiments on Tumor Resection by Laser Surgery via the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- XVI. 3.Laser Photoizrodiotion via the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope: Effects on the Bronchial Wall.- XVI. 4.Photodynamic Effeots of Loser Surgery on the Trachea and Bronchi of Monerml Dogs.- XVI. 5.Comparative Studies Between CO2 Gas Laser und YAG Laser on the Tracheal Cilia.- XVI. 6.Treatment of the Tracheobronchial Lesions with a Fiber Laser.- XVI. 7.Bronchoscopic Cryosurgery: Mayo Clinic Experience.- XVI, 8,Bronchoncnpic Cryotherapy (in German).- XVI. 9.Electrosurgery via the Fiberoptic Bronchoscope.- XVI.10.High-Freqvency Electrosurgical Treatment of Tracheal Obstruction using the Flexible Bronchofiberscope.- XVII. Further Topics and Case Reports.- XVII. 1.Iodine-125 Implant with o Flexible Implant Needle by Fiberoptic Eronchoscope.- XVII. 2.A Case of Bronchial Foreign Cody (Bullet) which Required Left Upper L.ebectomy.- XVII. 3.Clinical, Radioloaic, Rronchoscopic, and Histologic Signs in Bronchial Adenomas.- XVII. 4.Congenital Bronchobiliary Fistula Diagnosed by Gronchofiberscopy.- XVII. 5.Tracheobronchopathia Osteochondroplastica: A Clinical, Bronchoscopic, and Spirometric Study.- XVII. 6.Three Cases of Bronchial Carcinoid.- XVII. 7.Hemoptysis due to Idiopathic Benign Ulcer or Erosion of the Respiratory Tract.- XVII. 8.Rare Tracheal Diseases — Video Tape Recording of Bronchoscopic Findings.- XVII. 9.Present Significance of Bronchial Tuberculosis.- XVII.10.Bronchial Tuberculosis Similar to Lung Carcinoma.- XVII. 11. Bacteriolocical Probjems during Fiberoptic Dronchoscopy.- XVII. 12.Diognostic Value of Transbronchoial Biopsy in Endoscopically Honvisible Bronchial Carcinoma.- References.- First Author Index.

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