Congenital lung diseases are often not detected early in newborns because the disease is only clearly present for adolescence. Therefore, parents should have a certain understanding of lung diseases in babies so that they can promptly take their children to the doctor and carry out treatment.
1. Some common congenital lung diseases and symptoms of each
1.1 Isolated lungs
It is a phenomenon when several lung tissues are separated from the rest of the lungs and are not connected to the airways, and there is no respiratory function. There are two isolated forms of lungs, of which in addition to the lobes account for about 25% and in the lobes make up about 75%.
Some clinical symptoms of isolated lung disease are often nonspectsical, such as chest pain, coughing, coughing up blood, X-rays that detect blurred mass or gaseum on film.
Isolated lungs in newborns are often diagnosed through a computer ctectonic or resym resonance imaging. These methods can help detect the presence of arteries that feed the area of post-lung damage that comes from the aortic.
In order to effectively and definitively treat this congenital lung disease, surgery is required to remove the isolated lung part.
1.2 Congenital pulmonary follicles
Congenital pulmonary cysts are when in the pulmonary cuticulmonary of the child appear many cysts filled with water. When the child makes the first breathing movement, it expands these cysts and squeezes them to other lung tissues, resulting in an increased heart burden.
Depending on the number of cysts more or less to determine the pred up to what extent the disease is, when the number of cysts is more, the more dangerous the disease is due to the greater pinching.
Most babies with congenital pulmonary cyst disease suffer from respiratory failure shortly after birth.
1.3 Congenital bronchial follicles
These cysts commonly appear in a single and poisonous lobe and are lined by the cylindrical cuticolisis. It is important to note that these cysts are very susceptible to inflammation and infection that leads to communication with bronchial gas plants. At that time, patients often have symptoms of squeaking, wheezing or even cyanosis due to pinched airways. As soon as any of the above symptoms are noticed, parents should take the newborn to the doctor to be diagnosed with the disease in a timely manner because these cysts can degenerate into malignancy, endangering the child.
In adults, these cysts can be detected through a lung x-ray or diagnosed with the disease when there is frequent recurrent lung infections.
For the definitive treatment of congenital bronchial follicles, it is necessary to carry out surgery to remove them. With advanced and modern medicine, depending on the location, some cysts can be removed using laparoscopic techniques.
1.4 Pulmonary medonia
Pulmonary dysponia, also known as pulmonary reduction, is a deficiency of lung tissue, caused by early-stage fetal disorders. In particular, pulmonary mitigation is often accompanied by a number of congenital heart diseases (such as atrial fibrillation, atrial fibrillation, and oval holes) or gastric bowel abnormalities (such as gastroesophageal – rye detection, no anus, meckel divertic fisses).
If the child has only pulmonary reproduction, there are usually few obvious and specific symptoms. In cases where the a above-mentioned heart and lung disease is present, an immediate examination is required to be diagnosed with congenital lung disease.
Pulmonary minimity can be diagnosed through a computer ctectonic or pulmonary x-ray. In cases where the child does not have congenital heart disease, he/she rarely has to intervene. Cons, if the child has congenital heart disease, it is necessary to combine treatment of this disease.
1.5 Congenital pulmonary lobe dilation
Congenital pulmonary lobe dilation or congenital pulmonary lobe emphysema are both the name of the condition when a pulmonary lobe is dilated. This disease is difficult to detect, but can lead to severe respiratory failure in children in the first years. Some common causes of this disease, such as external pressure of the bronchi or blockage of the pulmonary lobe due to a lack of congenital bronchial cartilage.
Parents may note possible symptoms of this disease such as rapid breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, cyanosis, coughing, and especially worsening when the baby is too emotional or when crying. Many cases are also accompanied by congenital heart disease. To minimize the risk of infection, surgery should be carried out to remove the dilated pulmonary lobe as soon as appropriate.
1.6 Congenital bronchial dilation
Children with congenital bronchodilator disease often experience airway stenosis, increased ventilation, and bronchial dilation (or Williams – Campell syndrome) caused by a lack or defect in cartilage in the bronchi.
The clinical manifestation of this disease is repeated recurrent respiratory infections. The disease can be diagnosed through ctectonic scans and pulmonary x-rays, followed by additional Immunosy igA, IgG therapy.
1.7 Pulmonary vascular malformation
Pulmonary vascular malformation is believed to be a genetic disease according to the dominant gene. The disease is caused by an intermediate hetero-hetero-arterial disease between the veins and the pre-capillary arteries. This disease is associated with abnormalities in the pulmonary veins and arterial veins.
People with this disease often experience shortness of breath when exhaling, coughing up blood, nose bleeding, urinary hemorrhage, digestive hemorrhage. However, this disease is usually detected only at the age of 40.
The above are some common lung diseases in babies. The family should observe the child and rely on the above symptoms. As soon as there is any suspicion of congenital lung disease in the child, it is necessary to immediately take it to reputable medical examination and treatment facilities for timely diagnosis and treatment, avoiding leading to more serious complications that endanger the health of the child.
The pediatrics department at Share99 International Health Hub is the address to receive and examine the diseases that babies as well as young children are susceptible to: Viral fever, bacterial fever, otitis media, pneumonia in children,…. With modern equipment, ile space, minimize the impact as well as the risk of spreading the disease. Along with that is the dedication from experienced doctors to pediatric patients, making the examination no longer a concern of parents.
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