Subject Areas on Research
- AABIP Evidence-informed Guidelines and Expert Panel Report for the Management of Indwelling Pleural Catheters.
- Association between Tunneled Pleural Catheter Use and Infection in Patients Immunosuppressed from Antineoplastic Therapy. A Multicenter Study.
- Autologous Blood Patch for Persistent Air Leak Following Secondary Spontaneous Pneumothorax: A Systematic Review.
- CT appearance of the pleural space after talc pleurodesis.
- Can my patient dive after a first episode of primary spontaneous pneumothorax? A systematic review of the literature.
- Disruption of iron homeostasis in mesothelial cells after talc pleurodesis.
- Indwelling Pleural Catheter versus Pleurodesis for Malignant Pleural Effusions. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
- Key Highlights From the American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology Evidence-Informed Guidelines and Expert Panel Report for the Management of Indwelling Pleural Catheters.
- Malignant pleural effusions: treatment with small-bore-catheter thoracostomy and talc pleurodesis.
- Management of Indwelling Tunneled Pleural Catheters: A Modified Delphi Consensus Statement.
- Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions. An Official ATS/STS/STR Clinical Practice Guideline.
- Mechanical pleurodesis aided by peritoneal drainage: procedure for hepatic hydrothorax.
- Medical qualification of a commercial spaceflight participant: not your average astronaut.
- Optimal management of malignant pleural effusions (results of CALGB 30102).
- Phase III intergroup study of talc poudrage vs talc slurry sclerosis for malignant pleural effusion.
- Pneumothorax after small-bore catheter placement for malignant pleural effusions.
- Sclerotherapy for malignant pleural effusions: a prospective randomized trial of bleomycin vs doxycycline with small-bore catheter drainage.
- Silver Nitrate-coated versus Standard Indwelling Pleural Catheter for Malignant Effusions: The SWIFT Randomized Trial.
- Talc pleurodesis simulating pleural metastases on 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography.
- Talc should not be used for pleurodesis in patients with nonmalignant pleural effusions.
Keywords of People
- Patz Jr., Edward F., James and Alice Chen Distinguished Professor of Radiology, Pathology