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4 Signs of RUL Collapse
Elevation of minor fissure
Shift of trachea to right
Elevation of Hilum
Thickening of right paratracheal stripe
3 Signs of RLL collapse
Triangular right retrocardiac opacity
Posterior displacement of right margin
Opacit over the spine
2 signs of LUL collapse
Luftsichel:radiolucency in upper lung zone
Anterior displacement of major fissure
2 Signs of LLL collapse
Left rretrocardiac triangular opacity
Posterior displacement of left major fissure
Miliary Pattern
TB
Histopalsmosis
Mets
EG
BAC
Silicosis
Sarcoid
Very small microcalcifications
Alveolar microlithiasis
Chronic pulmonary venous hypertension
"metastatic" calcification from severe renal dz
Air Crescent Sign in Cavity
Aspergillosis (most common)
Mucormycosis
Actinomycosis
Septic Emboli
Klebsiella
TB
Tumors
Small cystic pulmonary disease
EG
LAM
cystic form of PCP
Honeycombing
(emphysema)
Interstitial Lung disease with Upper Lobe distribution
CASSET P
Cystic Fibrosis (not int)
Ankylosis Spond
Silicosis
Sarcoidosis
EG (sparing of CP angles)
TB
PCP
CASSET P
Interstitial Lung disease with Lower Lobe distribution
BADAS
Bronchiectasis
Aspiration
DIP
Asbestosis
Scleroderma
BADAS
Acute Onset IInterstitial Lung Disease
HELP
Hypersensitivity
Edema
Lymphproliferative
Pneumonitis
HELP
Chronic Onset Interstitial Lung Disease
LIFE
Lymphangitic Spread
Inflammation, Infection
Fibrosis
Edema
LIFE
Intersitial Lung Disease with Increased Lung Volumes
CF
EG
LAM
Intersitial Lung Disease with Decreased Lung Volumes
IPF
Scleroderma
Calcified Mediastinal Lymph Nodes
Silicosis (egg shell calcification)
Interlobular (Septal) Lines
Interstitial Edema
Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis
Sarcoidosis
IPF/UIP
Intralobular lines
IPF/UIP
Asbestosis
Alveolar Proteinosis
Chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis
Centrilobular Nodules
Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis
BOOP
RB-ILD
Thickened Fissures
Pulmonary edema
Sarcoidosis
Lymphangitic carcinomatosis
Preibronchovascular Interstitial Thickneing
Pulmonary edema (smooth)
Sarcoid (nodular)
Lypmhangitic carcinomatosis (smooth or nodular)
Subpleural lines
UIP
Asbestosis
Honeycombing
UIP
Asbestosis
Chronic hypersensitivity
Sarcoidosis
Thinwalled cysts
EG
LAM
Tuberous Sclerosis
NF (pneumatocele)
Micronodules - random distribution
Miliary TB
Miliary histoplasmosis
Hematogenous mets
Silicosis
EG
Micronodules - perilymphatic distribution
Sarcoidosis
Lymphangitic carcinomatosis
Silicosis
Ground Glass Opacities
UIP
DIP
AIP
Hypersensitivity
BOOP/COP
RB-ILD
Hemmorrhage
PCP
CMV pneumonia
Alveolar proteinosis
Consolidation
BOOP/COP
Sarcoidosis
AIP
UIP
Architectural Disortion of lung parenchyma
UIP /IPF
Crazy Paving Differential
Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis
ARDS
PCP
Lipoid Pneumonia
Halo Pattern of Ground Glass Opacity
Early invasive apergillosis
Hemorrhage around neoplasm
Post biopsy
Peripheral Ground glass opacity and consolidation
BOOP
Infarcts
Septic Emboli, Collagen vascular disease
Contusion
DIP Drug Toxicity
Eosinophilic Pneumonia
Fibrosis
Sarcoid
Honeycombing Pattern
UIP
Scleroderma/RA
Asbestosis
Chronic hypersensitivity
Sarcoid
Silicosis
EG
Bleomycin
Tree in Bud Appearance
Infectious etiologies
Bronchiolitis
CF
ABPA
Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis
EG
Hyperlucent Lung
Emphysema/bullae
Mucous Plug
Swyer-James (bronchiolitis obliterans)
Compensatory hyperinflation
Hypogentic Lung
Congenital Lobar Emphysema
PE
Pulmaonary artery stenosis
Poland's Syndrome (absence of pec)
Mastectomy
Pneumothorax
Small Lung
Hypogenetic Lung
Agensis of PA
Chronic Atelectasis
Swyer-James
Endobronchial Tumors
Squamous Cell (most common)
Adenoid Cystic
Mucoepirdermoid
Small Cell
Carcinoid
Increased Tracheal Diameter
Tracheobronchomegaly (Mounier-Kuhn Disease)
Pulmonary Fibrosis
Tracheomalacia
Decreased Tracheal Diameter
Saber-sheath trachea (most common)
Traceopathia osteochondroplastica
Tracheomalacia
Relapsing polychondritis
Anyloidosis
Sarcoidosis
Wegener's Disease
TB/Fungal stensosis
Upper Lobe Bronchiectasis
CF
TB
Radiation
ABPA (central)
Mucoid Bronchial Impaction
Asthma
CF
ABPA
Congenital bronchial atresia
Calcified Pleural Plaques
TAFT
TB
Asbestos-related
Fluid
Talc
TAFT
Pleural-based Mass
Mesothelioma
Fibrous tumor
Malignant Thymoma
Mets
Lipoma

TB,asbestos related, Actinomycosis

Rib Tumors
NF
Elevated Hemidiaphragm
Phrenic Nerve paralysis
Immobility due to pain
Mass Lesion: diaphragmatic hernia, subpulmonic effusion
Anterior Mediastinal Masses
Thymic: cyst, lipoma, thymoma, carcinoma, carcinoid, lymphoma

Germ Cell: seminoma, embryonal cell, choriocarcinoma, teratoma

Lymphadenopaty, lymphoma
Aneurysm
Cystic anterior mediastinal mass
Thymic Cyst
Cystic thymoma
teratoma
bronchogenic cyst
pericardial cyst
Superior Mediastinal Mass
Thyroid masses
Adenopathy
Cystic hygroma
Small cell lung CA
Lymphoma
Aneurysm
Middle Mediastinal Mass
Adenopathy
Bronchogenic cyst, Pericardial Cyst
Aneurysm
Esophageal abnormality
hemorrhage, lipomatosis
Aberrant RSA
Varices
Calcified Mediastinal Lymph Nodes
TB,
Histo
Sarcoid
Silicosis
Radiation Tx
Posterior Mediastinal Mass
Neurogenic 90%: schwannoma, neurofibroma
ganglioneuroma, neuroblastoma
paraganglioma
lateral myelomeningocele

Extramedullary hematopoesis, hematoma, neoplasm, discitis

Aneurysm, azygos continuation
Cardiophrenic angle mass
Fat pad
Hernia
Pericardial Cyst
Aneurysm
Dilated RA
Anterior mediastinal mass
Primary lung or pleural
Fatty Mediastinal Lesions
Mediastinal Lipomatosis
Morgagni Hernia
Bochdalek Hernia
Periesophageal hernia

Lipoma
Liposarcoma
Thymolipoma
Germ Cell Tumros
High Density Mediastinal Lesions
Calcified LN
Calcified primary mass
Hemorrhage
Densely enhancing mediastinal mass
Vascular:aneurysm, varices
Hypervascular tumor: paraganglioma, mets
Goiter
Castelman's
Eggshell Calcification
Silicosis, CWP
Treated Lymphoma
Sarcoid
Rarely histo
Pneumomediastinum
Asthma
BArotrauma
Pneumothorax
Mediastinal Injury
Intraperitoneal free air, Boorhaves
Facial fx
Retropharyngeal infection, mediastinitis