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a diffuse pulmonary parenchymal injury associated with noncardiogenic pulmonary edema
ARDS
What are the 3 phases of ARDS
Exudative Phase
Fibroproliferative Phase
Fibrous Phase
The CXR reveals characteristic diffuse alveolar-interstitial infiltrates in all lung fields
ARDS
What is considered to be the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. today
Radon
Where do Squamous cell and small cell CA’s typically arise?
Hilar region

Adenocarcinomas arise peripherally
List 3 syndromes assoc. with lung CA
Horner's- ptosis, miosis, anhydrosis
Pancoast- Horner's with arm pain due to invasion of brachial plexus
SVC syndrome-obstruct of venous drainage from head; results in swelling and CNS symptoms
MCC of mesothelioma
Abestosis exposure
What is mesothelioma?
Malignancy of cells lining cavities including pleural, peritoneum, pericardium and testis
What are the signs of sarcoidosis?
Hypercalcemia
Bilateral hilar adenopathy
Pneumoconiosis conditions include?
Asbestosis
Silicosis
Coal worker’s pneumoconiosis
This disease is assoc. with metal mining, pottery making, soap production, and granite cutting
silicosis
"Egg Shell" calcifications suggest?
Silicosis
Irregularly shaped cavity with an air-fluid level inside suggest?
Pulmonary abscess
MCC of acute cor-pulmonale
PE
MCC of chronic cor-pulmonale
COPD