Can a lung nodule be mistaken for pneumonia?
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Interpretation of the appearance of the lung on CT scans was accurate in diagnosing usual interstitial pneumonia, sarcoidosis, and lymphangitic carcinomatosis.
Chronic lung diseases: specific diagnosis by using CT.
01 Jun 1989•American Journal of Roentgenology 47 citations
This type of pneumonia is very unusual and should be included in the differential diagnosis of multiple nodular densities of the lung.
Pneumococcal spherical pneumonia multiply distributed in one lung
01 Oct 1997•European Respiratory Journal 5 citations
Our findings suggest that the combination of cytological bronchoalveolar lavage and histological transbronchial lung biopsy data obtained during a fibreoptic procedure appears to be an effective method for the initial investigation in cryptogenic organizing patients pneumonia presenting with patchy radiographic shadows.
The manifestations revealed on CT of bacterial, viral, and fungal pneumonia after lung transplantation are similar, consisting of a combination of consolidation, ground-glass opacification, septal thickening, pleural effusion, or multiple nodules.
CT Findings of Pneumonia After Lung Transplantation
01 Sep 2000•American Journal of Roentgenology 53 citations
The radiologic pattern of subtle lung nodules is poorly simulated by nodule phantoms with simple spherical or disk shapes.
Simulation of subtle lung nodules in projection chest radiography
01 Jan 1997•Radiology 62 citations
Which safety action will the nurse implement for a client receiving oxygen therapy who is undergoing magnetic resonance imaging MRI )?5 answers