Normal and Pathological Bronchial Semiology: A Visual Approach provides normal endobronchial aspects, including variations, anomalies and abnormal findings. Comprehensive coverage includes preoperative airway assessment in lung surgeries, airways after surgery, including complications, process and management, and airway complications in lung transplantation patients. It is a full reference that is perfect for pulmonary researchers, chest physicians, bronchoscopists, pulmonologists and cardiothoracic surgeons.
- Features complete coverage of all aspects of descriptive bronchial endoscopy, including systematic semiology
- Provides a simplified, yet fully comprehensive, description of the trachea-bronchial tree
- Includes real-world scenarios with detailed descriptive cases of patient reports with accompanying photos
2. Normal trachea and bronchi
3. Pathological semiology
5. Tuberculosis PB.MG
6. Infectious/inflammatory pathologies
7. Tracheobronchial dynamics
8. Non-tumor tracheobronchial stenoses
9. Endoscopy and anesthesia / intensive care
10. Bronchi after chest surgery and radiation
11. The bronchi after lung transplantation
12. Endoscopy and hemoptysis
13. Flexible endoscopy and foreign bodies
14. Stent care
Dr. Hanna works in the division of cardiothoracic surgery and lung transplantation unit at Chirurgical Marie-Lannelongue. He splits his time between clinical practice and research where he assesses patients during the process of transplantation starting from the pre-transplantation assessment to the post-transplantation follow up consultation and management of complications. He has performed and assisted more than 1,000 intervention procedures including fibrotic bronchoscopy, EBUS, and rigid bronchoscopy. His research focus is the evaluation of antibody mediated rejection treatment. He is an active member of the International Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) and the European Respiratory Society.
Baldeyrou, Pierre Philippe
Dr. Baldeyrou was a Pneumologist and Resuscitator in the department of thoracic surgery of the CMC of the Porte de Choisy in Paris (later Mutualiste Montsouris Institute) from 1976 to 2002. He joined the medical and surgical thoracic team of the Surgical Center of Marie Lannelongue in 2011. His areas of expertise include diagnostic and interventional endoscopy; bronchial echo-endoscopy; diagnosis of thoracic tumors and chest oncology.
Dr. Crutu is a pulmonologist and head of Interventional Brochoscopy Unit at the Thoracic Surgery and Cardio-Pulmonary Transplantation Unit, Hôpital Marie Lannelongue (France). He is a member of SPLF (Société de Pneumologie de Langue Française); WABIP (World Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology); EABIP (European Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology); Ordre des Médecins, France and the European Respiratory Society.