Diagnostic imaging: Chest
Authored by one of the world's preeminent authorities in its field, this new book represents today's best single source of guidance on chest diagnostic imaging! It presents more details for each diagnosis · more representative images · more case data · and more current references than any other reference tool. At the same time, its user-friendly format lets readers access all of this information remarkably quickly! Not only does DI: Chest cover the lung · mediastinum · pleura · chest wall · and diaphragm, this new book includes a number of special topics such as atelectasis · trauma · lung cancer · portable ICU · and more!
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Charles S White MD
Secondary Pulmonary Lobule
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Abbreviations and Synonyms abnormalities airways alveolar aorta aortic aspergillosis atelectasis Axial CECT shows Axial HRCT Best diagnostic clue Best imaging tool bilateral bronchiectasis bronchiolitis bronchus calcification carcinoma cardiac cell centrilobular chest radiograph chest wall chronic CLINICAL ISSUES Presentation common signs/symptoms consolidation CT Findings curved arrow cysts DIAGNOSTIC CHECKLIST DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS diffuse dyspnea embolism emphysema empyema esophageal Etiology fibrosis FINDINGS General Features fluid Frontal radiograph shows ground-glass opacities hemoptysis hemorrhage hernia History & Prognosis HRCT shows Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis IMAGE GALLERY Typical IMAGING FINDINGS Imaging Recommendations infection interstitial lung disease lesions lower lobe lung cancer lung disease lymph nodes lymphadenopathy mediastinal mediastinum metastases NECT nodules normal opacification opacities open arrow Pathologic & Surgical PATHOLOGY General Features patients pericardial peripheral pleural effusion pneumonectomy pneumothorax pulmonary artery pulmonary edema Radiographic Findings respiratory Sarcoidosis SELECTED REFERENCES subpleural syndrome TERMINOLOGY Abbreviations thoracic tissue Top Differential Diagnoses trachea tumor Typical Left upper lobe usually