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Because 10% of LPGGO lesions include invasive disease, patients with LPGGO should undergo pathologic examination for confirmation.
Pulmonary cryptococcosis should be considered in the differential diagnosis of solitary or multiple pulmonary nodules (with or without associated CT halo sign), particularly in immunocompromised patients.
Image quality of surface-rendered three-dimensional images of the central airways is preserved using a lower tube current.
The CT findings of necrotizing bronchial aspergillosis include bronchial wall thickening, which is often nodular, and narrowing of the bronchial lumen, which is often associated with distal atelectasis.
Our investigation provides initial values for assessing the thyroid gland on CT scans, defining the limits of normal and the border zones of abnormal size.
CT findings in MCTD were a combination of those in other CTDs.
We present two cases of sclerosing hemangioma of the lung with a peculiar radiologic finding: an air-trapping zone surrounding the tumor. On microscopic examinations, the tumor was of the hemangiomatous subtype, and the radiolucent zone corresponded to enlarged alveoli with septal...
Intravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasia (IPEH) is a benign vascular endothelial proliferation, which is usually confined to the lumen of preexisting vessels or vascular malformation. IPEH usually presents as a single lesion, and it rarely involves the lung. We describe a rare case of...
We describe a patient misinterpreted to have a lung mass on CT owing to extension of hepatic segments II and III between the diaphragm and spleen. This report underscores the importance of being aware of this normal anatomic variant and the utility of two-dimensional multiplanar reformation in...
Contrast-enhanced 3D or MIP EBCT imaging with ECG trigger may be used as an effective substitute to evaluate modified BT shunts with low radiation dose exposure.
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