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Friday, 8 April 2011

Chest X-ray

Typical image of pulmonary edema, with an infiltrative shadow in the right upper lobe.


Patient with chronic bronchitis: increased interstitial pattern, with peribronchial predominance, bronchiectasia, and bronchial wall thickening.


Dilated pulmonary artery trunks

Prominent pulmonary vasculature
closer to the periphery- venous pattern

Widened vascular pedicle

Azgous vein

Prominent pulmonary vasculature

Increased interstitial pattern


Bat wing pattern is a sign of pulmonary edema

Increased interstital texture in a reticulonodular pattern.

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