Elisabeth Bendstrup

Desquamative interstitial pneumonia: A systematic review of its features and outcomes

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Desquamative interstitial pneumonia : A systematic review of its features and outcomes. / Hellemons, Merel E.; Moor, Catharina C.; Thüsen, Jan von der; Rossius, Mariska; Odink, Arlette; Thorgersen, Laila Haugen; Verschakelen, Johny; Wuyts, Wim; Wijsenbeek, Marlies S.; Bendstrup, Elisabeth.

In: European Respiratory Review, Vol. 29, No. 156, 190181, 06.2020.

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Hellemons, ME, Moor, CC, Thüsen, JVD, Rossius, M, Odink, A, Thorgersen, LH, Verschakelen, J, Wuyts, W, Wijsenbeek, MS & Bendstrup, E 2020, 'Desquamative interstitial pneumonia: A systematic review of its features and outcomes', European Respiratory Review, vol. 29, no. 156, 190181. https://doi.org/10.1183/16000617.0181-2019

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Hellemons, M. E., Moor, C. C., Thüsen, J. V. D., Rossius, M., Odink, A., Thorgersen, L. H., Verschakelen, J., Wuyts, W., Wijsenbeek, M. S., & Bendstrup, E. (2020). Desquamative interstitial pneumonia: A systematic review of its features and outcomes. European Respiratory Review, 29(156), [190181]. https://doi.org/10.1183/16000617.0181-2019

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Hellemons ME, Moor CC, Thüsen JVD, Rossius M, Odink A, Thorgersen LH, Verschakelen J, Wuyts W, Wijsenbeek MS, Bendstrup E. 2020. Desquamative interstitial pneumonia: A systematic review of its features and outcomes. European Respiratory Review. 29(156):Article 190181. https://doi.org/10.1183/16000617.0181-2019

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Hellemons ME, Moor CC, Thüsen JVD, Rossius M, Odink A, Thorgersen LH et al. Desquamative interstitial pneumonia: A systematic review of its features and outcomes. European Respiratory Review. 2020 Jun;29(156). 190181. https://doi.org/10.1183/16000617.0181-2019

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Hellemons, Merel E. ; Moor, Catharina C. ; Thüsen, Jan von der ; Rossius, Mariska ; Odink, Arlette ; Thorgersen, Laila Haugen ; Verschakelen, Johny ; Wuyts, Wim ; Wijsenbeek, Marlies S. ; Bendstrup, Elisabeth. / Desquamative interstitial pneumonia : A systematic review of its features and outcomes. In: European Respiratory Review. 2020 ; Vol. 29, No. 156.

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title = "Desquamative interstitial pneumonia: A systematic review of its features and outcomes",
abstract = "Background: Desquamative Interstitial Pneumonia (DIP) is a rare form of idiopathic interstitial pneumonia (IIP). Data on clinical features, aetiology, prognosis and effect of treatment strategies are limited. We aimed to collect all published cases to better characterise DIP. Methods: A systematic literature search was performed for all original cases of adult patients with histopathologically-confirmed DIP. Individual patient data were extracted and summarised. Results: We included 68 individual cases and 13 case series reporting on 294 cases. Most common presenting symptoms were dyspnoea and cough. Pulmonary function showed a restrictive pattern (71%) with decreased diffusion capacity. We found a high incidence (81%) of ever smoking in patients with DIP and 22% of patients had other (occupational) exposures. Characteristic features on high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) scan were bilateral ground-glass opacities with lower lobe predominance (92%). Treatment and duration of treatment widely varied. Initial response to treatment was generally good, but definitely not uniformly so. A significant proportion of patients died (25% of individual cases) or experienced a relapse (18% of individual cases). Conclusion: DIP remains an uncommon disease, frequently but not always related to smoking or other exposures. Furthermore, DIP behaves as a progressive disease more often than generally thought, possibly associated with different underlying aetiology.",
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T2 - A systematic review of its features and outcomes

AU - Hellemons, Merel E.

AU - Moor, Catharina C.

AU - Thüsen, Jan von der

AU - Rossius, Mariska

AU - Odink, Arlette

AU - Thorgersen, Laila Haugen

AU - Verschakelen, Johny

AU - Wuyts, Wim

AU - Wijsenbeek, Marlies S.

AU - Bendstrup, Elisabeth

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N2 - Background: Desquamative Interstitial Pneumonia (DIP) is a rare form of idiopathic interstitial pneumonia (IIP). Data on clinical features, aetiology, prognosis and effect of treatment strategies are limited. We aimed to collect all published cases to better characterise DIP. Methods: A systematic literature search was performed for all original cases of adult patients with histopathologically-confirmed DIP. Individual patient data were extracted and summarised. Results: We included 68 individual cases and 13 case series reporting on 294 cases. Most common presenting symptoms were dyspnoea and cough. Pulmonary function showed a restrictive pattern (71%) with decreased diffusion capacity. We found a high incidence (81%) of ever smoking in patients with DIP and 22% of patients had other (occupational) exposures. Characteristic features on high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) scan were bilateral ground-glass opacities with lower lobe predominance (92%). Treatment and duration of treatment widely varied. Initial response to treatment was generally good, but definitely not uniformly so. A significant proportion of patients died (25% of individual cases) or experienced a relapse (18% of individual cases). Conclusion: DIP remains an uncommon disease, frequently but not always related to smoking or other exposures. Furthermore, DIP behaves as a progressive disease more often than generally thought, possibly associated with different underlying aetiology.

AB - Background: Desquamative Interstitial Pneumonia (DIP) is a rare form of idiopathic interstitial pneumonia (IIP). Data on clinical features, aetiology, prognosis and effect of treatment strategies are limited. We aimed to collect all published cases to better characterise DIP. Methods: A systematic literature search was performed for all original cases of adult patients with histopathologically-confirmed DIP. Individual patient data were extracted and summarised. Results: We included 68 individual cases and 13 case series reporting on 294 cases. Most common presenting symptoms were dyspnoea and cough. Pulmonary function showed a restrictive pattern (71%) with decreased diffusion capacity. We found a high incidence (81%) of ever smoking in patients with DIP and 22% of patients had other (occupational) exposures. Characteristic features on high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) scan were bilateral ground-glass opacities with lower lobe predominance (92%). Treatment and duration of treatment widely varied. Initial response to treatment was generally good, but definitely not uniformly so. A significant proportion of patients died (25% of individual cases) or experienced a relapse (18% of individual cases). Conclusion: DIP remains an uncommon disease, frequently but not always related to smoking or other exposures. Furthermore, DIP behaves as a progressive disease more often than generally thought, possibly associated with different underlying aetiology.

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