Updated December 2, 2013
Erik Thunnissen, MD, PhD; Jeroen A. M. Beliën, PhD; Keith M. Kerr, MD; Jin-Haeng Chung, MD, PhD; Douglas B. Flieder, MD; Masayuki Noguchi, MD; Yasushi Yatabe, MD, PhD; David M. Hwang, MD, PhD; Rutger J. Lely, MD; Koen J. Hartemink, MD, PhD; Lorine B. Meijer-Jorna, MD, PhD; Ming-Sound Tsao, MD, PhD
Surgical removal and pathologic handing of resected lung tissue may have a compressive effect on the alveolar lung tissue, distorting its architecture. To facilitate a pulmonary resection and improve access in the thoracic cavity, the lung is usually deflated during segmentectomy, lobectomy, and pneumonectomy.
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