Größenkonstante Raumforderung Seg. 2 der linken Lunge.

08:57 Feb 16, 2012
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Science - Medical (general) / Medical reports - Radiology
German term or phrase: Größenkonstante Raumforderung Seg. 2 der linken Lunge.
This occurs frequently in medical reports/findings. Is it perhaps more than the obvious "size consistency"?
Andries Conradie
Germany
Local time: 11:11


Summary of answers provided
4 +2Constant size
raptisi
4space-occupying lesion in the 2nd segment of the left lung, stable in size
lirka
4unchanged lesion size in left bronchopulmonary segment number two
casper (X)


  

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Constant size


Explanation:
Space occypying lesion of the 2nd segment of the left lung, no change in size (constant size, most probably compared to previous measurements)

raptisi
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agree  SJLD: in plain English, the SOL in seg 2 of the LL (or posterior segment of the LUL) has not changed in size ;-)
5 hrs

agree  Harald Moelzer (medical-translator): in der Antwort ist eigentlich alles enthalten ;-)
1 day 7 hrs
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unchanged lesion size in left bronchopulmonary segment number two


Explanation:
"unchanged lesion size"
http://goo.gl/KOvO6



Each lobe of each lung is further subdivided into lung segments. These segments are not 'separated' from each other at all. They are named accordingly to the 'segmental' bronchus that supplies them.

A lung segment is therefore an area of lung tissue that is supplied by that segmental bronchus. Knowledge of the position of the lung segments is useful if you are trying to position a patient to drain secretions from that segment using gravity.
http://hsc.uwe.ac.uk/stresp/lungsegment.htm



posterior bronchopulmonary segment = left bronchopulmonary segment number two

Therefore, the bronchopulmonary segments of the left superior lobe of the lung are:
apical bronchopulmonary segment; left bronchopulmonary segment number one - supplied by apical segmental bronchus
posterior bronchopulmonary segment; left bronchopulmonary segment number two - supplied by posterior segmental bronchus
http://www.gpnotebook.co.uk/simplepage.cfm?ID=295305275

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Note added at 1 hr (2012-02-16 10:00:20 GMT)
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Raumforderung is a mass or a space-occupying lesion (SOL)

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space-occupying lesion in the 2nd segment of the left lung, stable in size


Explanation:
:)

lirka
Austria
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