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  • Hemidiaphragm: Half of the diaphragm, the muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdomen and that serves as the main muscle of respiration. The right hemidiaphragm is protected by the liver and is stronger than the left. — “Hemidiaphragm definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of”,
  • Brief and Straightforward Guide: What Is an Elevated Hemidiaphragm? Elevated hemidiaphragm is a condition in which half of a patient's diaphragm appears to be raised or elevated. — “What Is an Elevated Hemidiaphragm?”,
  • Next, a small pleural effusion may develop; a raised hemidiaphragm should suggest the need for an ultrasound scan, which will ( A) There is a hepatic amebic abscess containing air beneath an elevated right hemidiaphragm. — “Tropical Medicine Central Resource”,
  • Total eventration of the hemidiaphragm is a rare condition in adults. We encountered an elderly patient with eventration of the hemidiaphragm who required an emergency operation because of acute progressive respiratory distress. — “Large Eventration of Diaphragm in an Elderly Patient Treated”,
  • One possible explanation was the patient having had a pre-existing, unrecognized paresis or paralysis of the contralateral hemidiaphragm. This lack of movement in the hemidiaphragm further reduces the tidal volume and causes another increase in the amount of CO2 remaining in the. — “Casebook”,
  • After tumor is stripped from the undersurface of the right hemidiaphragm and from the surface of the liver, it must be removed This requires an elliptical excision of a portion of the hemidiaphragm. This defect is not closed until the heated intraoperative intraperitoneal chemotherapy has been. — “Atlas of Appendix Cancer - Cytoreductive Surgery”,
  • Introduction A pleural effusion is an abnormal condition in which fluid has accumulated in the pleural space. The plain film signs of pleural effusion are Note the flat looking "hemidiaphragm", particularly medially. When you compare this appearance with the normal chest, the differences may appear. — “Imaging Subpulmonic Effusions - wikiRadiography”,
  • hemidiaphragm - MedHelp's hemidiaphragm Center for Information, Symptoms, Resources, Treatments and Tools for hemidiaphragm. Find hemidiaphragm information, treatments for hemidiaphragm and hemidiaphragm symptoms. — “hemidiaphragm - Symptoms, Treatments and Resources for”,
  • The major and minor fissures are both displaced downward and backward creating an opacity that obliterates the dome of the right hemidiaphragm. The hemidiaphragm is elevated upwards. This feature is recognized radiographically only on the left side by the high position of the stomach bubble. — “Medcyclopaedia - Lobar atelectasis”,
  • In marked atelectasis of the lower lobe, the hemidiaphragm is seen throughout its length (no silhouette sign) The lower lobe is generally tethered to the mediastinum and the hemidiaphragm by the inferior pulmonary ligament. — “Lobar atelectasis: diagnostic pitfalls on chest radiography”,
  • Case histories of 65 patients with cardiac malposition were reviewed to assess abdominal taxis and hemidiaphragm posture. We present their roentographic findings to support the hypothesis that the cardiac mass determines the caudad displacement and lower position of the related hemidiaphragm. — “What dictates the position of the diaphragm--The heart or the”,
  • A description of Chilaiditi's Syndrome emphasizing the radiological findings. Paralysis or eventration of the right hemidiaphragm. Patients with chronic lung disease, cirrhosis and ascites. — “ - Chilaiditi's Syndrome, Chilaiditi's”,
  • After a C2-hemisection injury, paralysis of the ipsilateral hemidiaphragm results in a significant reduction in tidal volume and an increase in In rabbits and dogs, Porter paralyzed the ipsilateral hemidiaphragm by making a spinal cord hemisection rostral to the level of. — “Effect of Spinal Cord Injury on the Respiratory System: Basic”, m.nih.gov
  • A total excision of this cyst with a nearly total excision of the left hemidiaphragm was performed. The left hemidiaphragm was replaced by a bilayer synthetic mesh (Bard Composix® Mesh 15.2 cm × 20.3 cm) and a chest tube was placed in the left. — “World J Gastroenterol”,
  • Suggestive findings include irregularity of the diaphragmatic contour, elevated hemidiaphragm in the absence of the atelectasis, and a contralateral shift of the mediastnum in the absence of the pleural effusion or pneumothorax. of visualization of a hemidiaphragm (absent diaphragm sign), and. — “traumatic hernia — zosirws”,
  • The left hemidiaphragm is usually lower than the right. Also, since the heart lies predominantly on the left hemidiaphragm the result on a lateral film is silouhetting out of the anterior portion of the hemidiaphragm, whereas the anterior right hemidiaphragm remains visible. — “Introduction”, med-ed.virginia.edu
  • I had a CT of the Chest which indicates a smooth elevation of the right hemidiaphragm which contains only normal-appearing liver. Other causes for an elevation of the right hemidiaphragm include the liver pushing the diaphragm upward, fluid within the abdomen (ascites) pushing. — “Ask an Expert: Elevation of hemidiaphragm”,
  • Definition of hemidiaphragm in the Medical Dictionary. hemidiaphragm explanation. Information about hemidiaphragm in Free online English dictionary. What is hemidiaphragm? Meaning of hemidiaphragm medical term. What does hemidiaphragm mean?. — “hemidiaphragm - definition of hemidiaphragm in the Medical”, medical-
  • of left hemidiaphragm with anterior gastropexy was performed through an abdominal approach. mal elevation of an intact hemidiaphragm. Pathologi- cally, a totally eventrated hemidiaphragm consists of a. thin membranous sheath attached. — “Cases Journal”,
  • Traumatic injuries of the diaphragm remain an entity of difficult diagnosis despite having been recognised early in the history of surgery, especially when it comes to blunt trauma and injuries of the right diaphragm. We report the case of a elevation of the right hemidiaphragm was observed (Figure 1). — “World Journal of Emergency Surgery | Full text | Right-sided”,
  • hemidiaphragm ( ¦hemē′dīə′fram ) ( anatomy ) A lateral half of a diaphragm. ( medicine ) Diaphragm with normal muscle development only on one. — “hemidiaphragm: Definition from ”,
  • Causes of an elevated hemidiaphragm are: 1) Above the diaphragm â€" decreased lung volume (atelectasis, collapse, lobectomy, pneumonectomy, pulmonary Differential diagnoses which may mimic an elevated hemidiaphragm are subpulmonic effusion, diaphragmatic hernia, diaphragmatic rupture and a tumour. — “ELEVATED HEMIDIAPHRAGM”,

Images

  • CLOSE WINDOW On the left a right lateral chest radiograph shows marked elevation of the right hemidiaphragm arrow On the right a sagittal ultrasonogram shows a defect in the anterior part
  • We isolated and characterized two bird specific postsynaptic neurotoxins from Boiga venoms Denmotoxin is an irreversible inhibitor of neurotransmission in chick biventer cervicis muscle where as it is a highly reversible blocker of neurotransmission in mouse hemidiaphragm preparations Similarly
  • bulge of the right hemidiaphragm is seen E There is a large bulge in the midportion of the diaphragm on lateral view the posterior portion is normal
  • Fig 3 42 A solitary calcified liver hydatid causing a localized bulge in the anteromedial aspect of the right hemidiaphragm seen on posteroanterior A and
  • CLOSE WINDOW Fluoroscopy of elevated left hemidiaphragm in a patient with unilateral diaphragmatic paralysis The diaphragm does not move during expiration For confirmation a sniff test is
  • Figure 1 Intracellular calcium signals after high K+ depolarization in putative MSCs in situ and immunostaining for IP3Rs A The mouse hemidiaphragm muscle was carefully dissected and
  • the chest and upper abdomen showing a negligible fluid collection over the right hemidiaphragm and another small fluid collection between the diaphragm and the liver surface fig 1 Figure 1 Sagittal magnetic resonance view of the inferior chest and upper abdomen showing two fluid collections close arrows In November 2005 a second NMR of
  • Findings suggestive of transdiaphragmatic extension include a soft tissue mass encasing the hemidiaphragm 9 while a clear fat plane between the diaphragm and adjacent abdominal
  • No details The slightly smaller left lung has a lower vessel count than the right The left upper lobe vessels dissappear behind the heart with a visible basal artery The left hilar point is not visible depressed The medial portion of the left hemidiaphragm is indistinct and there are two indistinct tapering bar densities diverging from behind the cardiac apex
  • PA and lateral chest films show a right sided anteromedial opacity that obscures the right heart border on the PA film and the anterior portion of the right hemidiaphragm on the lateral
  • CLOSE WINDOW Follow up PA chest radiograph same patient as in Image 5 shows an opacity E in the lower left hemithorax with obliteration of the left hemidiaphragm and curvilinear upper
  • and diaphragmatic surface of the pleura fig 2 Others invaded the left diaphragm and extended to the posterior peritoneum and the upper pole of the left kidney fig 3 Figure 2 CT scan showing multiple extrapulmonary located cysts adjacent to the posterior mediastinal and diaphragmatic surface of the pleura
  • There is complex lobulated widening of the upper mediastinum with loss of the right para tracheal stripe and a triangular density behind the heart on the left side The basal artery and the hilar point have disappeared into this density and the descending aorta is not seen The left hemidiaphragm is obscured There is a soft tissue mass on the right side of the neck
  • Figure 3 Intraoperative photograph demonstrating the defect in the left hemidiaphragm Figure 4 Intraoperative photograph demonstrating the nasogastric tube protruding through the stomach perforation arrow Post operatively culture directed
  • Figure 66 8 EXPLORING THE ABDOMEN TWO H examine the whole of the patient s small gut from one end to the other I draw his colon downwards to expose his left hemidiaphragm his
  • base and in the minor pleural fissure B Follow up chest radiograph shows increasing pleural effusion or empyema obscuring the right base and hemidiaphragm
  • neck are suspicious for pneumomediastinum There is a curvilinear collection of air seen laterally below the right hemidiaphragm and one may also question the presence of pneumoperitoneum Copyright © 2002 AuntMinnie com
  • secondary inflammation Courtesy of Dr Clovis Simao B The wall was not thickened uniformly being thin in some places and thick in others AFIP 69 7469 Fig 4 18 Chagas megacolon in an adult Brazilian woman showing a grossly distended splenic flexure beneath a markedly elevated left hemidiaphragm In Brazil and
  • Gross pathology Histology Frontal and lateral radiographs demonstrate normal lung volumes and slight irregularity of the left hemidiaphragm a vague opacity is visible posteriorly on the lateral view
  • Pulmonary hypoplasia Diaphragmatic hernia usually involving the left hemidiaphragm with movement of abdominal organs into the thoracic cavity during embryonal and fetal life results in
  • CLOSE WINDOW Posteroanterior chest radiograph shows that a retrocardiac mass with smooth margins abuts the medial aspect of the left hemidiaphragm
  • CLOSE WINDOW Fluoroscopy of elevated left hemidiaphragm in a patient with unilateral diaphragmatic paralysis The diaphragm moves paradoxically upward during inspiration
  • Get the 2nd edition of Quick Essentials Emergency Medicine ANSWER Pulmonary Embolism The CXR shows an elevated hemidiaphragm Excerpt on PE from
  • PA and lateral chest films show a right sided anteromedial opacity that obscures the right heart border on the PA film and the anterior portion of the right hemidiaphragm on the lateral
  • CLOSE WINDOW Lateral chest radiograph in the same patient as in Image 13 A mass with smooth margins abuts the posterior aspect of the left hemidiaphragm The angle between the mass and the
  • Erect chest X ray showed free air under the right hemidiaphragm
  • CLOSE WINDOW Posteroanterior chest radiograph shows a large mass in the lower right hemithorax The mass abuts the mediastinum and the right hemidiaphragm mimicking the elevation of the right
  • Figure 3 CT scan showing retroperitoneal and pararenal located
  • Fig 1 Chest roentgenogram showing the heart in the right hemithorax with its apex pointed to the right The stomach bubble is under the right hemidiaphragm
  • When on left usually involves whole hemidiaphragm Frontal and lateral chest x ray shows smooth elevation of right hemidiaphragm medially and anteriorly consistent with an eventration of the hemidiaphragm
  • CLOSE WINDOW Frontal chest image shows 2 air fluid levels 1 below the left hemidiaphragm and 1 retrocardiac in a patient with paraesophageal hiatal hernia complicated by gastric volvulus
  • tricuspid atresia Note the elevated right hemidiaphragm secondary to right phrenic nerve palsy This patient had an epicardial atrial pacing wire connected because of previous arrthymia
  • comatose MVC so no history available What is the RUL infiltrate with elevated right hemidiaphragm Chest tube insertion revealed nothing Click below picture for answer
  • Figure 1D Same findings as in figure 1C Also note in this figure the elevation of the right hemidiaphragm
  • elevated right hemidiaphragm lateral view of chest showing subdiaphragmatic abscesses with fluid levels 75 Anterior and right lateral views of the liver using colloidal gold scanning 75 Anterior top and right lateral bottom views of the liver using collodial gold scanning at Camp Zama Japan 76 The Dane particle
  • CLOSE WINDOW Posteroanterior chest radiograph shows a large mass in the lower right hemithorax abutting the mediastinum and the right hemidiaphragm A portion of the mass margin is obscured by
  • may at times slightly elevate the left hemidiaphragm on plain films of the chest and abdomen Fig 4 18 The appearance simulates the splenic flexure syndrome
  • small pleural effusion D Another right lower lobe abscess with a thick wall showing attachment to the midportion of the right hemidiaphragm

Videos

  • Resection of right hemidiaphragm involved with metastatic ovarian cancer Laparoscopic resection of right hemidiaphragmatic tumor
  • Diaphragm Plication Surgical correction of diaphragm paralysis by diaphragm plication
  • Dissecting sciatic nerve from Rat Rat sciatic nerve, rat dissection, Rattus norvegicus
  • Chest x-ray --interpretation -Sarcoidosis The video will describe how sarcoidosis may show up on chest x-ray. Please see my website for disclaimer.
  • Laparoscopic eventration repair (per abdominal).MP4 Laparoscopic repair of eventration diaphragm in a 5 year old boy
  • Repair Ruptured Diaphragm.wmv A massive head-on road traffic accident left 24 year old,Mr.Timo (abbreviated for privacy), a foreign national on a holiday to Goa unconscious and struggling for breath. He was picked up and taken to the nearby Vrundavan Hospital, Mapusa. Bilateral Brain contusionsand ten ribs fractured on the left side of his chest with a lung contusion and a resultant air-leak and bleeding inside his left chest -- a hemopneumothorax. He had a left sided chest drain inserted for drainage of the air and blood by the Intensivist at the hospital. He was put on Mechanical Ventilatory Support while he was further resuscitated and evaluated. Then a mystery unfolded as I was called in to see the case. Chest X-ray reviews serially revealed that the feeding tube was seen in the stomach which had migrated into the chest and then the transverse colon with the splenic flexure was lying in the chest too. A CT Scan of the Chest confirmed the findings of the stomach, spleen, colon and even the left kidney holidaying in the chest. Mr.Timo had a Left Thoracotomy and Repair of a Complete Tear in the tendinous portion of the Left Hemi-diaphragm (partition between the chest and the abdomen) after returning the stomach, spleen, the colon and the left Kidney to their normal location -- in the abdomen. The recovery has been good after a very satisfying clinical and operative experience.
  • Chest x-ray interpretation --Raised hemidiaphragm The video will show some good examples of raised hemidiaphragm and reasons of raised hemidiaphram. Please see my website for disclaimer.
  • Chest x-ray, Eventration of Diaphragm The video will show eventration of right hemidiaphragm.
  • Breathing Movements Check us out at Breathing consists of two phases, inspiration and expiration. During inspiration, the diaphragm and the intercostal muscles contract. The diaphragm moves downwards increasing the volume of the thoracic (chest) cavity, and the intercostal muscles pull the ribs up expanding the rib cage and further increasing this volume. This increase of volume lowers the air pressure in the alveoli to below atmospheric pressure. Because air always flows from a region of high pressure to a region of lower pressure, it rushes in through the respiratory tract and into the alveoli. This is called negative pressure breathing, changing the pressure inside thelunsg relative to the pressure of the outside atmosphere. In contrast to inspiration, during expiration the diaphragm and intercostal muscles relax. This returns the thoracic cavity to it's original volume, increasing the air pressure in the lungs, and forcing the air out
  • How to assist cough a person with spinal cord injury This video shows how to perform an assist cough on a person who has a spinal cord injury. The person is lying in bed.
  • Closed loop catheter position in patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) Fluroscopic video of closed loop catheter position in patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). Detailed description and still images at:
  • 3D view of diaphragm.flv 3D diagram of diaphragm also join
  • How the Body Works : Breathing Breathing The body's breathing apparatus is enclosed in an expansile bony cage, formed by the ribs, the spinal column and the sternum. The floor of the cage is closed by the muscular diaphragm. Air passes down the windpipe, or trachea, to enter the lungs. During inspiration, or inhaling, the diaphragm moves downward and becomes flatter, and the rib cage expands. This creates a partial vacuum in the lungs and, to equalize the pressure, air is drawn in. Expiration, or exhaling, is passive. The lungs have elastic tissue in their walls and during inspiration this is stretched. In expiration its natural recoil causes the lungs to partially deflate.
  • 3D view of diaphragm 3D Yoga - View of diaphragm during respiration. Demo for "Mechanics of Respiration" CD ROM. Visit www.3d-
  • Nutritionists discover link:Diaphragm and Panick attacks Dr Vikki Petersen talking about what can cause panic attacks.