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ANATOMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
THE SURGERY OF PYOGENIC INFECTION
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abdominal anaesthesia anastomosis aneurysm angiocardiography aorta aortic aspiration atelectasis atrial atrium blood Brit bronchial bronchiectasis bronchoscopy bronchus carcinoma cardiac catheter cause cent chest wall chronic clamp clinical coarctation collapse complication condition congenital cough cyanosis cyst develop diagnosis diaphragm dilatation disease dissection divided drainage ductus dysphagia dyspnoea effusion emphysema empyema excision fistula fluid gastric glands haemothorax heart hernia incision indicated infection intercostal lesions ligation lobectomy lower lobe lung abscess malignant mediastinal mediastinum method middle lobe mitral muscle normal obstruction oesophagus opened operation oxygen patients pericardial pericardium pleural cavity pneumonectomy post-operative posterior pre-operative pressure pulmonary artery pulmonary vein pyrexia radiograph radiological removed resection respiratory result right ventricle seen segment septal defect shunt sputum stenosis sternum stomach subclavian Surg surgeon surgery surgical treatment suture symptoms therapy thoracic thoracoplasty thoracotomy trachea tube tuberculosis tuberculous tumour ulcer upper lobe usually valve valvotomy vena cava venous ventricular vessels wound