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A variety of pulmonary diseases have diffuse cystic abnormalities within the lungs, including emphysema, cystic bronchiectasis, desquamative interstitial pneumonia, lymphocytic interstitial pneumonia, usual interstitial pneumonia, lymphangioleiomyomatosis, Langerhans histiocytosis, cystic...
The CT findings of RB-ILD are centrilobular nodules, ground-glass opacity, and air trapping. These radiologic features, in patients with a history of heavy cigarette smoking, may differentiate RB-ILD from other interstitial lung diseases.
One cannot predict individual scan delay from easily obtainable clinical parameters. Fortunately, a 20 s fixed scan delay provides equal image quality as individualized contrast timing.
Interpulmonary saddle emboli appear to be a transient form of acute pulmonary embolism, the site of predilection for rupture of the embolus being the level of the bifurcation. Their frequency may therefore be underestimated.
Tracheobronchopathia osteochondroplastica (TO) is a rare disease characterized by the presence of osseous and cartilaginous submucosal nodules in the tracheobronchial tree. The majority of patients remain asymptomatic; however, a small number develop severe airway stenosis. Symptoms may include...
Odors induced CNS activation in patients with congenital hyposmia, which distinguishes olfaction from vision and audition since neither light nor acoustic stimuli induce CNS activation. Odor activation localized to anterior frontal and temporal cortex, consistent with the hypothesis that...
Separate analysis of GM and WM MTR histograms may allow better detection of subtle damage and better understanding of the natural history of MS disease and ultimately the response to therapeutics.
Contrary to past reports, we find no instance of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage in patients with coagulopathic liver disease presenting with acute mental status changes. Therefore, unless associated with trauma, spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage in coagulopathic liver disease is very...
Vessel width is affected by the ray's path length and interpolation method. Some slight misalignment is present because the reformatting process alters the centroid calculations.
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