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When confronted with a pattern of ground glass and thickened interlobular septae on HRCT, it is good to have another finding that makes the diagnosis more specific. What is one such example?
Hyperdense liver on unenhanced scan
What is this indicative of?
Amiodarone toxicity
What is different about the enhancement pattern of small bowel versus large bowel walls?
Sometimes it can be hard to see if there is enhancement of the large bowel wall. But you should ALWAYS be able to see enhancement of the small bowel wall. If you can't that is suspicious for pathology (i.e. ischemia).
What is the most typical location for a bronchogenic cyst?
Subarinal
What are the other common locations?
Right paratracheal


Paraesophageal
What is the normal attenuation value of bronchogenic cyst?
50% fluid


50% hyperdense due to protein