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Expeditious Resolution of Giant Bullae with Endobronchial Valves and Percutaneous Catheter Insertion

Im Y, Jeong BH, Park HY, Kim TS, Kim H

As bullae contribute to decreased lung function in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients, effective decompression of large bullae is important. Bronchoscopic lung volume reduction via endobronchial one-way valves is...
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Unilateral Giant Bullae: Pulmonary Placental Transmogrification Should Be Kept in Mind: Case Reports

M. Hamad AM, M. Nosseir M, M. Alorainy S

Placental transmogrification is a peculiar clinical entity of the lung of uncertain etiology. We report 2 cases of pulmonary placental transmogrification in 2 patients of different nationalities. Both of them...
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Tuberculosis-Infected Giant Bulla Treated by Percutaneous Drainage Followed by Obliteration of the Pulmonary Cavity Using Talc: Case Report

Heo J, Bak SH, Ryu SM, Hong Y

Tuberculosis (TB)-infected giant bullae are rare. A 55-year-old man was referred when an infected bulla did not respond to empirical treatment. Computed tomography showed a giant bulla in the right...
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Bullosis Diabeticorum Isolated to the Legs

Yoo DS, Song A, Kim JH, Kim SC

  • KMID: 2504355
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Jul;58(6):433-435.
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Cerebral Air Embolism and Cardiomyopathy Secondary to Large Bulla Rupture during a Pulmonary Function Test

Lee H, Lee HS, Moon DH, Lee S

Cerebral air embolism combined with cardiomyopathy secondary to pulmonary barotrauma is rare. Here, we report an unusual case of cerebral air embolism combined with transient cardiomyopathy secondary to large bulla...
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Do Blebs or Bullae on High-Resolution Computed Tomography Predict Ipsilateral Recurrence in Young Patients at the First Episode of Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax?

Park S, Jang HJ, Song JH, Bae SY, Kim H, Nam SH, Lee JH

BACKGROUND: The relationship between the size of bullae and pneumothorax recurrence is controversial. The aim of this study was to retrospectively evaluate the role of blebs or bullae in predicting...
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Location of Ruptured Bullae in Secondary Spontaneous Pneumothorax

Choi J, Ahn HY, Kim YD, I H, Cho JS, Lee J

BACKGROUND: The surgical treatment of secondary spontaneous pneumothorax (SSP) can be complicated by fragile lung parenchyma. The preoperative prediction of air leakage could help prevent intraoperative lung injury during manipulation...
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Successful Treatment of a Giant Emphysematous Bulla with an Endobronchial Valve in a Patient with Contralateral Lung Cancer

Jeon CS, Kim J, Kim H

Patients with severe emphysema have a higher risk of developing lung cancer, and their surgical risk increases when emphysema is accompanied by a giant bulla. Here, we describe a patient...
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Pneumothorax

Choi WI

  • KMID: 2320490
  • Tuberc Respir Dis.
  • 2014 Mar;76(3):99-104.
Pneumothorax-either spontaneous or iatrogenic-is commonly encountered in pulmonary medicine. While secondary pneumothorax is caused by an underlying pulmonary disease, the spontaneous type occurs in healthy individuals without obvious cause. The...
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A unilateral large bronchopleural fistula caused by rupture of bulla with coexisting bilateral giant bullae: A case report

Kim YO, Yeom JH, Lee JM, Byun JW, Shin WJ

  • KMID: 1965852
  • Anesth Pain Med.
  • 2014 Jan;9(1):54-57.
A patient with a large bronchopleural fistula presents several intraoperative challenges for the anesthesiologist, particularly if bullae coexist bilaterally. Ideally, a double lumen tube is inserted while the patient is...
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Extensive Bullous Complication Associated with Intermittent Pneumatic Compression

Won SH, Lee YK, Suh YS, Koo KH

Intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) device is an effective method to prevent deep vein thrombosis. This method has been known to be safe with very low rate of complications compared to...
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Bullae and Sweet Gland Necrosis Concurrent with Nontraumatic Rhabdomyolysis in a Non-comatose Patient after Alcohol and Drug Intoxication

Park HC, Roh HS, Kim JE, Ko JY, Ro YS

  • KMID: 2088508
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2012 Oct;50(10):925-927.
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Hemorrhagic Bullous Lesions in a 9-year-old Girl with Henoch-Scholein Purpura

Kim MK, Park SE, Lee JH

  • KMID: 2144672
  • J Korean Soc Pediatr Nephrol.
  • 2012 Apr;16(1):51-53.
Henoch-Schonlein purpura (HSP) is the most common vasculitis in children and is characterized by cutaneous purpura, arthritis, abdominal pain, and nephritis. Bullous skin lesions are rare in children. We report...
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Fluid-filled Giant Bulla Treated with Percutaneous Drainage and Talc Sclerotherapy: A Modified Brompton Technique

Lee KH, Cho SJ, Ryu SM, Park SM, Yie KS, Han SS

A 75-year-old man who was diagnosed as having a fluid-filled giant bulla was treated with a modified Brompton technique due to his poor performance status. Percutaneous drainage, suction, and talc...
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Bullae and Sweat Gland Necrosis in a Non-comatose Patient after Alcohol Intake

Jang EJ, Lee DY, Lee JY, Kim MK, Yoon TY

  • KMID: 2247535
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2011 Nov;49(11):1028-1031.
Bullae and sweat gland necrosis is an entity previously reported to occur in comatose patients. Since its first description in comatose patients after carbon monoxide intoxication, similar lesions have also...
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Bullae and Sweat Gland Necrosis in the Differential Diagnosis for Vibrio vulnificus Infection in an Alcoholic Patient

Kim GW, Park HJ, Kim HS, Kim SH, Ko HC, Kim MB, Kim BS

Bullae and sweat gland necrosis remain rare cutaneous manifestation, and these conditions can be misdiagnosed as Vibrio vulnificus infections or other soft tissue infections because of their low index of...
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Vancomycin Induced Linear IgA Bullous Dermatosis

Kim S, Hwang JH, Yi JH, Lee CS

  • KMID: 1966876
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2011 Feb;80(2):162-163.
No abstract available.
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Diffuse Cutaneous Mastocytosis with Generalized Bullae

Lee EH, Kim MR, Kang TW, Kim SC

We report on a 9-month-old female infant with multiple tense bullae and erosions covering the entire body, including the face, scalp, and trunk. The histopathological examination revealed sub-epidermal bullae with...
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A Case of Dermatomyositis Showing Vesicular Lesion Associated with Ovarian Cancer

Ha YJ, Jung SY, Lee KH, Choi JJ, Lee KK, Lee SK, Park YB

  • KMID: 2334879
  • J Korean Rheum Assoc.
  • 2009 Dec;16(4):291-295.
Dermatomyositis is a rare inflammatory myopathy with characteristic skin manifestations and accompanied by muscular weakness. Vesicle formation in dermatomyositis is rare. We report a case of dermatomyositis associated with ovarian...
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A Case of Henoch-Schonlein Purpura with Hemorrhagic Bullous Lesions

Lee KY, Jeong JY, Suh JH, Kim JS

Henoch-Schonlein purpura (HSP) is the most common vasculitis in children and is characterized by cutaneous purpura, arthritis, abdominal pain, and nephritis. The characteristic rash of HSP consists of palpable purpura...
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