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Micronodular(miliary)disease
 TB
 Histoplasmosis
 Chicken box
 Sarcoidosis
 LCH
 Pneumoconiosis
 Alveolar microlithiasis
 Metastasis
Septal thickening
 Beaded / nodular
* lymphangitic carcinomatosa
* sarcoidosis
* silicosis
 Smooth
* lymphangitisc carcinomatosis
* pulmonary edema
* alveolar proteinosis
Bilateral perihilar airspace disease
 Pulmonary edema
 Pulmonary hemorrhage
 Alveolar proteinosis
 PCP
Acute alveolar infiltrate
 Pulmonary edema
 Pneumonia
 Pulmonary hemorrhage
 Aspiration
Chronic alveolar disease
 Alveolar cell carcinoma
 Alveolar sarcoidosis
 Lymphoma
 Alveolar proteinosis
Unilateral hyperlucent lung
 Obstructive emphysema
 Mcleoid syndrome ( Swyer James syndrome)
 Pneumothorax
 Pulmonary embolism
 Bullous disease
 Air trapping e.g. FB , mass
 Poland syndrome
Multiple lung nodules
(macronodules)
 Metastasis
 Wegner’s granulomatosis
 Rheumatoid n nodules
 AVMs
 Septic emboli
Small cavitating lung lesions
 Septic emboli
 Rheumatoid nodules
 Wegner’s granulomatosis
 Sq. or transitional
cell ca metastasis
Upper lober disease
( CASSET P )
 Cystic fibrosis
 Ankylosing spondylitis
 Sarcoidosis
 Silicosis
 Esinophilic granuloma
 PCP
Basilar interstitial lung
disease ( BADASS )
 Bronchiectasis
 Aspiration
 Drugs / DIP-UIP
 Asbestosis
 Sickle cell disease
 Scleroderma
Masses with air bronchogram
 Lymphoma
 Alveolar cell carcinoma
 Pseudolymphoma ( maltoma )
Anterior mediastinal mass
 Thymic tumors
 Substernal Thyroid
 LNs
 Germ cell tumor
Middle mediastinal mass
 LNs
 Aneurysm
 Esophageal duplication
 Bronchogenic cyst
Posterior mediastinal mass
 Neurogenic tumors
 Paraspinal hematoma
 Paraspinal abscess
 Extraskeletal hematopoiesis
 LNs enlargement
 Lateral meningeocele
Opacified hemithorax
 Atelectasis
 Pneumonia
 Pleural effusion
 Post pneumonectomy
Pneumomediastinum
 Ruptured esophagus
 Ruptured trachea / bronchus
 Iatrogenic
 Broncheal asthma
 pneumoperitoneum
Pleural calcification
 Old TB empyema
 Asbestos exposure
 Hemithorax
Cardiopherenic angle mass
 Pericardial cyst
 Diaphragmatic hernia ( Morgagni )
 Lung sequestration
 Pericardial fat bad
Unilateral pulmonary edema
 Aspiration
 Disease in other lung e.g. COPD
 Postural
 Rapid expansion pulmonary edema
“ Look for ICT”
Long segment tracheal narrowing
 Tracheopathia osteoplastica
 Tracheo-broncheal amyloidosis
 Wegner’s granulomatosis
 Intubation injury
 Tracheobronchomalacia
 Relapsing polychondritis
 Papillomatosis ( extensive )
Peripheral distributed lung
disease
 Esinophilic pneumonia --- upper lobes
 BOOP ----- lower lobes
 Hypersensitivity pneumonitis
 Multiple infarcts
 DIP
 Alveolar cell carcinoma
Bronchiectasis
 CT criteria of bronchiectasis
1- lack of tapering of bronchi
2-internal diameter of bronchus larger than the
adjacent artery
3- bronchi are visible within 1 cm of pleura
4- mucus-filled , dilated bronchi
Bronchiectasis
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Chronic airway infection
Pulmonary fibrosis –traction bronchiectasis
ABPA
------- central bronchiectasis
Cystic fibrosis ------- apical bronchiectasis
Mounier-Kuhn syndrome – tracheobronchomegally
Kartagner syndrome --- situs inversus + sinusitis
Mounier-Kuhn syndrome
ABPA
Cystic fibrosis
Kartagener’s syndrome
Dilated esophagus
 Scleroderma
 Achalasia
 Obstructing tumor
 Drugs ( atropine)
 Surgury ( gastric pull-up)

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