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Emphysema: Diagnosis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Emphysema: Diagnosis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Obstructive Lung Disease.


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    1. Protein electrophoresis
    2. Basal emphysematous changes on X-ray
    3. Apical emphysematous changes on X-ray
    4. Pulmonary function test
    5. Lung biopsy
    1. Laryngoscopy
    2. PFT
    3. Chest X-ray
    4. ABG
    5. Alpha-antitrypsin levels
    1. Smoking
    2. Alcohol
    3. Exposure to asbestos
    4. Air pollution
    5. Exposure to excess oxygen
    1. pO2
    2. pCO2
    3. Venous CO2
    4. Venous O2
    5. Oxygen saturation
    1. Hypoxemia with or without hypocapnia
    2. Hypoxemia with hypocapnia
    3. Hypoxemia without hypocapnia
    4. Normal oxygen content with hypercapnia
    5. Normal oxygen content without hypercapnia
    1. Oxygen dissociation curve rises and reaches a plateau as it moves to the right Carbon dioxide dissociation curve is a linear curve, which falls downward as it moves to the right
    2. Oxygen dissociation curve falls and reaches a plateau as it moves to the right Carbon dioxide curve is a linear curve, which points downward as it moves to the right
    3. Oxygen dissociation curve rises and reaches a plateau as it moves to the right Carbon dioxide dissociation curve is a linear curve which points upwards as it moves to the right
    4. Carbon dioxide dissociation curve rises and reaches a plateau as it moves to the right Oxygen dissociation curve is a linear curve which points downward as it moves to the right
    5. Oxygen dissociation curve rises and reaches a plateau as it moves to the left Carbon dioxide curve is a linear curve which points downward as it moves to the left
    1. Absence of alpha 1 globulin
    2. Presence of alpha 1 globulin
    3. Presence of alpha 1 antitrypsin
    4. Absence of alpha 1 antitrypsin
    5. Absence of alpha 1 albumin
    1. Cor pulmonale
    2. Cor bovium
    3. Cor triatum
    4. Boot shaped heart
    5. Coronary heart disease

    Author of lecture Emphysema: Diagnosis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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