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... what cause blebs in lungs (0 replies)
... and the pulmonary specialist said that my sons blebs are caused by his congenital diaphragmatic hernia. ... (3 replies)
... Hi...the body type is usually ectomorph. If the type runs in your family... ... (7 replies)

... im scared and waiting for more results not sure what to i in serious danger or not something so serious? ... (0 replies)
... Regarding your thoughts.....totally understandable considering the very active life you had prior to surgery. It's not difficult to understand why when one had blebs on the lungs, it will eventually collapse given the right circumstances. You've had a surgery to hopefully prevent it from happening. ... (7 replies)
... Hello, I am very lost in my lung disease. All I know and the only answer I can get is I have C.O.P.D. ... (0 replies)
Subpleural Blebs
Feb 24, 2012
... Blebs on the right apex of the lung. Other fields of the lungs are are clear. Pulmonologist prescribed Spiriva supposedly to aid me in my breathing . ... (2 replies)
... My problem right now is that I'm getting ready to record my third album, and I do everything, and take quite a lot of pride in doing so, so I don't want anyone else to sing for me. ... (0 replies)
... The fact he said it was an "air bubble IN" your lung would NOT be a burp. I have what they call Large "Bullae" which are blisters of sort filled with air in and scattered on my lungs. Some of them can also be filled with blood. ... (3 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Jun 29, 2008
... Well, when I had my surgery I was fortunate enough that they didnt have to cut the ribs, they used a rib spreader to gain access and none fractured in the process Thank God. ... (9 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Jun 29, 2008
... e that the blueish color was lack of oxygen...I think he was trying to breathe as little as possible without pain and it just wasn't enough to keep enough oxygen in his lungs...It only happend one time in a week, and then again it might have been the meds...knocking him out too much, and being unable to even move. ... (9 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Jun 29, 2008
... s in, and they said that there was no leakage when they removed them. They had a suction device they told me on the tube to suck out any air that might have been in there. The drugs they gave him are an opium type which knocks him out. He had his dose every 12 hours as prescribed. ... (9 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Feb 28, 2008
... Are or DO you Fly in a airplane? ... (9 replies)
... they stapled the blebs and removed them then he fussed the linnings of the lungs to make the risks of future collapses. ... (4 replies)
... ever want to talk as well I am open for that. If I cant or dont no the answer to your question my roommate is a respiratory therapist and has been very helpful in helping me figure out what is going on. ... (4 replies)
... The surgeon told him that he would NOT operate on him again. That his lungs do not heal as quickly as they should anymore. The surgeon is head of heart and lung surgery in our area. ... (4 replies)
... ause this area was considered "dead". The right lung I had surgery on 5 years ago and 5 years prior to that. The last time they removed a partial area because blebs developed on it again. ... (4 replies)
... My husband had a pnuemothorax and a thoracotomy in 1990. He had giant bullae. 1 was the size of a cantalope. Then in 2003 he had the other lung operated on, he had a giant bullae bigger than his head. His lung was squashed to only millimeters. ... (4 replies)
... Blebs are like ruptured air sacs in your lungs, that release air into the pleural space, causing a collapsed lung. ... (10 replies)
... each surgery was done to both lungs to correct the collapse. They went in with "probes" and basicaly stapled up the hole on the top from the blebs. ... (8 replies)

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