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Hyperlucent lung
poland syndrome
mastectomy
scoliosis
ptx
emphysema
oligemia
swyer james
Assoc with Pectus Excav?
marfans
ehlers danlos
scoliosis
most sporadic
most common site for eventration?
anter-med right diaphragm
Feeding vessel on chest ct to a nodular opacity? ddx
septic emboli, mets, vasculitis, avm
Tracheal Masses/thickening?
Bronchogenic carcinoma
adenoid cystic carcinoma
mucoepidermoid carcinoma
Carcinoid
lymphoma
esophageal carcinoma
fibrosing mediastinitis
relapsing polychondritis
PNA progressing to cavity?
invasive asper
mucormycosis
klebsiella
staph
Subcarinal mass?
bronchogenic cyst
esoph dup cyst
LAD
Endobronchial mass?
Polyp
papilloma
squamous cell carcinoma
carcinoid
adenocystic carcinoma
mucoepidermoid carcinoma
lymphoma
mets
Endobronchial mets?
melanoma
breast
renal
thyroid
Causes of bronchioltiis obliterans?
coll vasc dx
graft vs host
idiopathic
s/p infections
toxic gas inhalation
Central bronchiectasis
ABPA
MAI
bronch obliterans
CF
tracheobronchomegaly (MKD)
Anterior med mass with calc and septations
mature teratoma
lymphangioma
Childhood ant med mass?
teratoma/GCT
lypmhangioma
thymic cyst
All pts with TAPVR have what cardiac defect?
asd
Diffuse micronodular opacities?
Viral pneumonia
histoplasmosis
cryptococcosis
miliary tuberculosis
sarcoidosis
hypersensitivity pneumonitis lymphoma
Increased size of MPA and pulm arteries?
asd
pda
vsd
Multiple cavities bl?
Fungal infection (coccidioidomycosis)
septic emboli
cavitary metastases
lymphoma
vasculitis
bronchiectasis
papillomatosis
Findings in Rheumatic Mitral Valve dx?
pulm venous htn, left atrial and appendage enlargement!
Findings in Acute Mitral valve rupture/regurge?
nl heart size, pulm edema
findings in chronic MR?
left atrial and prob lv enlargement over time. pulm vasc is usually nl.
rib lesions?
enchondroma/osteochondroma
fd
mets
mult myeloma
kids - pnet/askin
ewings sarcoma
rhabdomyosarcoma
sand like pulm opacity with black pleura sign?
alveolar microlith. 50% familial and 50% sporadic. idiopathic.
multiple cardiac valves replaced?
rheumatic hrt disease
iv drug user
connective tisue - marfans
pulm nodules in a transplant pt?
usually infectious - aspergill
nocardia
post transpl lympho
tb
mets
chest wall tumors kids?
neuroblastoma
ewings
pnet - askin
rhaddo
asthma with plugged airways (finger glove) and bronchiestasis?
think ABPA!
mcc of round pna?
pneumococcus
round mass - look for bronchograms!
air crescent sign ddx?
Infection
Tuberculosis
Mycetoma
Invasive aspergillosis
Nocardiosis
Bacterial lung abscess
Cavitating neoplasm
Hematoma
lufsichel sign?
lul collapse
fissure 3 sign
coarctation
double density sign?
left atrial enlargement
causes of granuloma?
tb
histo
cocci
crypto
asper
all can cause solitary or mult
diseases assoc with bronchiectasis?
ABPA
CF
astha
hypogamma
MAI
TB
chronic aspiration
dysmotic cilia
endobronchial lesions
POEMS syndrome
polyneuropathy
organomegaly
endocrine
monocolonal proteinemia
skin changes
Causes of thoracic aortic aneurysms
athersclerosis
cystic med necoross
syphillis
mycotic
aortitis
Aortic aneurysms at the root most assoc with?
cystic med necrosis - marfans!
also assoc with Aortic Insuff
hilar nodes and lung nodules?
TB
fungal infections
lymphoma
mets
lung cancer
lung consolidation that extends beyond pleura with necrosis or bp fistula?
actinomycosis
nocardia
tb
bronchogenic ca
ddx of pancoast (SCC) tumor?
mets, lymphoma, bronchogenic ca
SPN differential - 4 basic categories?
Malignant (primary or met)
Infectious Granuloma (TB or fungal)
Benign (hamartoma)
Vascular (AVM)