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Surgical and Functional Problems in Pulmonary Resection for Lung Cancer
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Thirty-four cases of pulmonary cancer have been studied by the methds of spirametry and temporary unilateral pulmonary occlusion with and temporary unilateral pulmonary occlusion with and without exercise. The prognostic significance of cardiopulmonary function for resectional treatment was re-evaluated by thesemans, and the functional indication values, which had been reported previously, were proved valuable. The postoperative pulmonary failure developed in patients with the RV : TLC ratio over 45%. It was emphasized that the relationships among pulmonary arterial presure, diastolic right heart pressure, and cardiac output, were the most important factors in judging how the borderline cases will tolerate surgical intervention. HARVEY'S conception was discussed in this regard
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Tsuji, Yasukuni, Tomita, Masao, 辻, 泰邦, 富田, 正雄
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