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Journal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.04, No. 10)

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Page : 3384-3386

Keywords : Bronchogenic; cyst;

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Introduction: An infected lung may be obstructed by obstructive emphysema, which causes severe mediastinal deviation, compression atelectasis, and lung infection. Generally, the common symptoms of this disease are: frequent upper respiratory tract infection, vague feelings of sadness and back pain, respiratory problems (cough, vowel breath, stridor, dyspnea and cyanosis), dysphagia, hemoptysis, fever, abnormalities in swallowing, and vomiting due to tightness and irritation of the esophagus. Methods: In this review article, the databases Medline, Cochrane, Science Direct, and Google Scholar were thoroughly searched to identify the studies Bronchogenic cyst. In this review, the papers published until early January 2017 that was conducted to study the Bronchogenic cyst were selected. Results:They mostly emerge near the main chest or bronchus, especially clinging to the posterior carina and posterior or medial mediastinum. These lesions are usually isolated and are found on the right near the middle line, but some other areas, like the left part, are also prone to this disorder. Conclusion: Although lung parenchyma is not a common place in the development of Bronchogenic cyst, it is particularly important due to severe complications that can be associated with it. Since it is rarely possible to accurately diagnose preoperative conditions, it is necessary to perform resection of the lesion med in all suspected cases of bronchogenic cysts. Keywords: Bronchogenic, cyst

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