The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Respiratory System. Volume 3. Edition No. 2. Netter Green Book Collection

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Section 1 Anatomy and embryology - Respiratory System- Bony Thorax- Rib Characteristics and Costovertebral Articulations- Anterior Thoracic Wall- Anterior Thoracic Wall (Continued)- Anterior Thoracic Wall: Internal View- Dorsal Aspect of Thorax- Dorsal Aspect of Thorax: Posterior and Lateral Views- Course and Relations of Intercostal Nerves and Arteries- Diaphragm: Viewed from Above- Topography of Lungs: Anterior View- Topography of Lungs: Posterior View- Medial Surface of Lungs- Bronchopulmonary Segments- Bronchopulmonary Segments in Relationship to Ribs- Relations of Trachea and Main Bronchi

- Bronchial Arteries

- Mediastinum: Right Lateral View

- Mediastinum: Left Lateral View

- Innervation of Lungs and Tracheobronchial Tree

- Structure of Trachea and Major Bronchi

- Intrapulmonary Airways

- Structure of Bronchi and Bronchioles - Light Microscopy

- Ultrastructure of Tracheal, Bronchial, and Bronchiolar Epithelium

- Bronchial Submucosal Glands

- Intrapulmonary Blood Circulation

- Fine Structure of Alveolar Capillary Unit:  Ultrastructure of Pulmonary Alveoli and Capillaries- Fine Structure of Alveolar Capillary Unit (Continued): Type II Alveolar Cell and Surface-Active Layer- Fine Structure of Alveolar Capillary Unit (Continued): Pulmonary Vascular Endothelium

- Lymphatic Drainage of the Lungs and Pleura

- Lymphatic Drainage of the Lungs and Pleura: Distribution of Lymphatics

- Pulmonary Immunology; Lymphocytes, Mast cells, Eosinophils, Neutrophils

Development of Lower Respiratory System

1-33 Developing Respiratory Tract and Pharynx

1-34 Respiratory System at 5 to 6 Weeks

1-35 Respiratory System At 6 to 7 Weeks

1-36 Larynx, Traceobronchial Tree, and Lungs at 7 to 10 Weeks

1-37 Sagittal Section At 6 to 7 Weeks

1-38 Transverse Section At 5 to 8 Weeks

1-39 Diaphragm at 5 to 6 Weeks

1-40 Terminal Air Tube

1-41 Alveolar-Capillary Relationships At Age 8 Years

1-42 Surfactant Effects

1-43 Physiology of the Perinatal Pulmonary Circulation

Section 2 physiology

Pulmonary Mechanics and Gas Exchange 2-1 - 2-21

- Muscles of Respiration

- Spirometry: Lung Volume and Measurement

- Determination of Functional Residual Capacity (FRC)

- Forces During Quiet Breathing

- Measurement of Elastic Properties of Lung

- Surface Forces In Lung

- Elastic Properties of Respiratory System: Lung and Chest Wall

- Distribution of Airway Resistance

- Patterns of Airflow

- Expiratory Flow

- Forced Expiratory Vital Capacity Maneuver

- Work of Breathing

- Pleural Pressure Gradient and Closing Volume

- Distribution of Pulmonary Blood Flow

- Pulmonary Vascular Resistance

- Pathways and Transfers of O2 and CO2

- Blood Gas Relationships During Normal Ventilation and Alveolar Hypoventilation

- Ventilation - Perfusion Relationships

- Shunts

- Oxygen Transport

- Role of Lungs and Kidneys in Regulation of Acid-Base Balance

2-22 Response to Oxidant Injury

Lung Metabolism

2-23 Inactivation of Circulating Vasoactive Substances

2-24 Activation of Circulating Precursors of Vasoactive Substances

Control and Disorders of Respiration

2-25 Chemical Control of Respiration (Feedback Mechanism)

2-26 Neural Control of Breathing

2-27 Respiraotry Response to Exercise

2-28 Effects of High Altitude on Respiraotry Mechanism

2-29 Hyperventilation and Hypoventilation

2-30 Periodic Breathing (Cheyne-Stokes)

2-31 Sites of Pathologic Disturbances in Control of Breathing

Section 3

Diagnostic Procedures

3-1 - 3-3 Tests of Pulmonary Function

Radiologic Examination of the Lungs

3-4 Normal Posterior-Anterior (PA) and Lateral Views of Chest

3-5 Lateral Decubitus View

3-6 Technique of Helical Computerized Tomography (CT)

3-7 Right Bronchial Tree as Revealed by Bronchograms

3-8 Left Bronchial Tree as Revealed by Bronchograms

3-9 Pulmonary Angiography

3-10 Images from a PET-CT Scanner

3-11 Patterns of Lobar Collapse: Right Lung (After Lubert and Krause)

3-12 Patterns of Lobar Collapse: Left Lung (After Lubert and Krause)

3-13 Aveolar Versus Interstitial Disease

3-14 Distribution of Pulmonary Nodules

3-15 Aveolar Disease

3-16 Radiograph Consolidation Patterns of Each Segment of Lungs (AP Views)

3-17 Solitary Pulmonary Nodule

3-18 Airway and Pleural Diseases

3-19 Abnormalities of the chest Wall and Mediastinum

3-20 Exhaled breath analysis

Endoscopic Procedures

3-21 Flexible Bronchoscopy

3-22 Bronchoscopic Views

3-23 Nomenclature for Peripheral Bronchi

3-24 Rigid Bronchoscopy

3-25 Endobronchial Ultrasound

3-26 Mediastinotomy and Mediastinoscopy

Section 4

Diseases and Pathology

Congenital Lung Disease

4-1 Congenital Deformities of Thoracic Cage

4-2 Pathology of Kyphoscoliosis

4-3 Pulmonary Function in Kyphoscoliosis

4-4 Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

4-5 Tracheoesophageal Fistulas and Tracheal Anomalies

4-6 Pulmonary Agenesis, Aplasia and Hypoplasia

4-7 Congenital lung cysts

4-8 Pulmonary Sequestration

4-9 Congenital Lobar Emphysema

4-10 Chronic Cough

Laryngeal Disorders

4-11 Common Laryngeal Lesions

4-12 Laryngeal Granuloma and Tracheal Stenosis

4-13 Vocal Cord Dysfunctions

Bronchial Asthma

4-14 Allergic Asthma: Clinical Features

4-15 Non-Allergic Asthma: Clinical Features

4-16 Common Precipitating Factors in Etiology of Bronchial Asthma

4-17 Variable Airflow Obstruction and Airway Hyperresponsiveness

4-18 Sputum in Bronchial Asthma

4-19 Skin Testing for Allergy

4-20 Representative Differential Diagnosis of Bronchial Asthma

4-21 Blood Gas and pH Relationships

4-22 Airway Pathophysiology in Asthma

4-23 Mechanism of Type 1 (Immediate) Hypersensitivity

4-24 Pathology of Severe Asthma

4-25 General Management Principles for Allergic Asthma

4-26 Mechanism of Asthma Medications

4-27 Emergency Department Management of Asthma

4-28 Interrelationship of Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema

4-29 Emphysema

4-30 Chronic Bronchitis

4-31 Mixed Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema

4-32 Cor Pulmonale Due To COPD

4-33 Chronic Obstructive Pulomary Disease

4-34 Anatomic Distribution of Emphysema

4-35 Centriacinar (Centrilobular) Emphysema

4-36 Panacinar (Panlobular) Emphysema

4-37 COPD: Inflammation

4-38 COPD: Protease-Antiprotease Imbalances

4-39 Pulmonary Function in Obstructive Disease

4-40 Pathophysiology of Emphysema

4-41 High Resolution CT Scan of Lungs in COPD

4-42 Summary of COPD Treatment Guidelines


4-43 Bilateral Severe Bronchiectasis

4-44 Localized Bronchiectasis 

Cystic Fibrosis

4-45 Pathophysiology and Clinical Manifestations of Cystic Fibrosis

4-46 Radiographic and Gross Anatomical Findings of the Lung Cystic Fibrosis

4-47 Cystic Fibrosis: Clinical Aspects

Lung Cancer Overview

4-48 Classification of Bronchogenic Carcinoma

4-49 Lung Cancer Staging

4-50 Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Lung

4-51 Adenocarcinoma of the Lung

4-52 Large Cell Carcinomas of the Lung

4-53 Small Cell Carcinomas of the Lung

4-54 Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

4-55 Pancoast's Tumor and Syndrome

Paraneoplastic Manifestations of Lung Cancer

4-56 Endocrine Manifestations of Lung Cancer

4-57 Neuromuscular and Connective Tissue Manifestations of Lung Cancer

4-58 Other Neoplasms of the Lung

4-59 Benign Tumors of Lung

4-60 Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma

4-61 Mediastinal Tumors: Anterior Mediastinum

4-62 Middle-Posterior and Paravertebral Mediastinum

4-63 Pulmonary Metastases


4-64 Overview of Pneumonia

4-65 Pneumococcal Pneumonia

4-66 Pneumococcal Pneumonia (Continued)

Atypical Pathogen Pneumonia

4-67 Mycoplasmal Pneumonia

4-68 Chlamydophila Psittaci Pneumonia

4-69 Legionella Pneumonia

4-70 Staphylococcus Aureus Pneumonia

4-71 Hemophilus Influenzae Pneumonia

4-72 Gram -Negative Bacterial Pneumonia

Viral Community-Acquired Pneumonia 

4-73 Influenza Virus and its Epidemiology

4-74 Influenzal Pneumonia

4-75 Varicella Pneumonia

4-76 Cytomegalovirus Penumonia

4-77 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

4-78 Lung Abscess

4-79 Lung Abscess (Continued)

4-80 Overviews of HCAP, HAP and VAP

4-81 Overviews of HCAP, HAP and VAP (Continued)

4-82 Pneumonia in the Compromised Host

4-83 Pneumonia in the Compromised Host (Continued)

4-84 Actinomycosis

4-85 Nocardiosis

4-86 Histoplasmosis

4-87 Histoplasmosis (Continued)

4-88 Coccidioidomycosis

4-89 Blastomycosis

4-90 Paracoccidioidomycosis

4-91 Cryptococcosis (Torulosis)

4-92 Aspergillosis


4-93 Dissemination of Tuberculosis

4-94 Evolution of Tubercle

4-95 Initial (Primary) Tuberculosis Complex

4-96 Progressive Pathology

4-97 Extensive Cavitary Disease

4-98 Miliary Tuberculosis

4-99 Tuberculin Testing

4-100 Sputum Examination

4-101 Sputum Culture

4-102 Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Lung Disease

Lung Diseases Caused by the Inhalation of Particles and Fumes

4-103 Overview of Inhalation Diseases

4-104 Silicosis

4-105 Silicosis (Continued)

4-106 Coal Worker's Pneumoconiosis

4-107 Asbestosis and Asbestos-Related Diseases

4-108 Asbestosis and Asbestos-Related Diseases (Continued)

4-109 Beryllium

4-110 Pneumoconiosis Caused by Various Minerals and Mixed Dusts

4-111 Pneumoconiosis Caused by Various Minerals and Mixed Dusts (Continued)

4-112 Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis

4-113 Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis (Continued)

Pulmonary Embolism/Venous Thromboembolism

4-114 Predisposing Factors for Pulmonary Embolism

4-115 Sources of Pulmonary Emboli

4-116 Clinical Manifestations of Leg Vein Thrombosis

4-117 Ultrasound and CT in Diagnosis of Acute Venous Thromboembolism 

4-118 Embolism of Lesser Degree without Infarction

4-119 Pulmonary Infarction

4-120 Massive Embolization

4-121 Mechanical Defenses Against and Chronic Effects of Pulmonary Embolism

4-122 Special Situations and Extravascular Sources of Pulmonary Emboli

Pulmonary Hypertension

4-123 WHO Classification System of Pulmonary Hypertension

4-124 Pathology of Pulmonary Hypertension

4-125 Diagnosis of Pulmonary Hypertension

4-126 Therapy for Pulmonary Hypertension

Pulmonary Edema

4-127 Pulmonary Edema: Pathway of Normal Pulmonary Fluid Resorption

4-128 Pulmonary Edema: Some Etiologies, and Hypotheses of Mechanisms 

Pleural Effusion

4-129 Pathophysiology of Pleural Fluid Accumulation

4-130 Pleural Effusion in Heart Disease

4-131 Unexpandable Lung

4-132 Parapneumonic Effusion

4-133 Pleural Effusion in Malignancy

4-134 Chylothorax

Thoracic Trauma

4-135 Rib and Sternal Injuries

4-136 Flail Chest and Pulmonary Contusion


4-137 Tension Pneumothorax

4-138 Open (Sucking) Pneumothorax

4-139 Hemothorax

4-140 Pulmonary Laceration

4-141 Tracheobronchial Rupture

4-142 Traumatic Asphyxia

4-143 Diaphragmatic Injuries

Respiratory Distress Syndrome

4-144 Respiratory Distress Syndrome

4-145 Respiratory Distress Sydnrome (Continued)

4-146 Acute Lung Injury

Interstitial Lung Diseases

4-147 Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias

4-148 Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias (Continued)

4-149 Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias (Continued)

4-150 Cryoptogenic Organizing Pneumonia

4-151 Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis

4-152 Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis

4-153 Lymphangioleiomyomatosis

4-154 Pulmonary Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis

4-155 Sarcoidosis

4-156 Sarcoidosis (Continued)

4-157 Rheumatoid Arthritis

4-158 Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma)

4-159 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

4-160 Dermatomyositis and Polymyositis

4-161 Pulmonary Vasculitis

4-162 Eosinophilic Pneumonia

4-163 Pulmonary Manifestations of Other Diseases

4-164 Pulmonary Manifestations of Other Diseases (Continued)

4-165 Sleep Medicine

4-166 Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Section 5 Therapies and Therapeutic Procedures

Pulmonary Pharmacology

5-1 Bronchodilators

5-2 Methylxanthines

5-3 Methylxanthines: Adverse Effects

5-4 Anticholinergics

 5-5 Corticosteroid Actions in Bronchial Asthma

5-6 Corticosteroids: Clinical Uses

5-7 Adverse Effects of Corticosteroids

5-8 Leukotrienes

5-9 Antileukotrienes

5-10 Cough Suppressants (Antitussive Agents)

5-11 Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Oxygen Therapy

5-12 Oxygen Therapy in Acute Respiratory Failure

5-13 Methods of Oxygen Administration

5-14 Oxygen Therapy in Chronic Respiratory Failure (Ambulatory and Home Use)

Airway Management

5-15 Introduction of Chest Drainage Tubes

5-16 Chest Draining Methods

5-17 Postural Drainage and Breathing Exercises

5-18 Upper Airway Obstruction and the Heimlich Maneuver

5-19 Securing an Emergent Airway

5-20 Endotracheal Intubation

5-21 Tracheostomy

5-22 Morbidity of Endotracheal Intubation and Tracheostomy

5-23 Endotracheal Suction

5-24 Mechanical Ventilation

Lung Surgery

5-25 Tracheal Resection and Anastomosis

5-26 Removal of Mediastinal Tumors

5-27 Sublobar Resection and Surgical Lung Biopsy

5-28 Lobectomy

5-29 Pneumonectomy

5-30 Pneumonectomy (Continued)

5-31 Video Assisted Thoracoscopic surgery (VATS)

5-32 Lung Volume Reduction Surgery (LVRS)

5-33 Lung Transplant

Selected References

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Kaminsky, David Associate Professor, Fletcher Allen Health Care, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.
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