Every lobe was removed: the right upper lobe (n = 3), right middle lobe (n = 1), right lower lobe (n = 1), right middle and lower lobe (n = 1), left upper lobe (n = 1), and left lower lobe (n = 1).
What does RUL stand for?
RUL stands for Right Upper Lobe (lung)
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- Reasonable Useful Life (medical equipment)
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- Remaining Useful Life
- Résidence Universitaire Lantéri (French student housing)
- Resource Unit Leader (various locations)
- Responsable Unité Logistique (French: Logistics Unit Manager; various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Location positions were determined by extending lines from the anterior and posterior walls of the trachea beyond the carina and drawing another line horizontally (perpendicularly) to these below the level of the right upper lobe bronchus.
She had a repeat bronchoscopy, which showed extension of the tumour from the origin of the right upper lobe bronchus, through the bronchus intermedius.
An 8 mm well-cicumscribed granular glass nodule was seen in her right upper lobe.
2cm diameter non-small cell lung tumor in the right upper lobe and deemed unfit for surgery as a result of severe emphysema, was the first patient to receive the pioneering radiotherapy treatment at the hospital in early September.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] [FIGURE 3 OMITTED] IMAGING FINDINGS A chest radiograph (Figure 1) showed pleural thickening in the region of the costophrenic sulcus, enlargement of the hilar and paratracheal lymph nodes, and a mass in the right upper lobe.
A computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest revealed a complete opacification of the right upper lobe with central cavitation.
This combination of anomalies, along with right upper lobe atelectasis and left-sided hyperinflation, resulted in a severe right mediastinal shift and respiratory distress.