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139 Possible Causes for Reticulonodular Pattern

  • Pulmonary Histiocytosis X

    Diagnosis was suspected when a reticulonodular pattern was detected by conventional X-ray or by computerized tomography of the lungs.[] Imaging: His CXR shows a bilateral, predominantly mid- and upper-zone reticulonodular pattern with some small cystic areas in the upper lobes.[] Plain radiograph The earliest change is a diffuse bilateral symmetrical reticulonodular pattern with a predilection for the mid and upper zones.[]

  • Lymphocytic Interstitial Pneumonia

    Eight children of 12 had a reticulonodular pattern on chest radiographs. Two children had normal chest films and two children showed peribronchiolar thickening.[] : 1) ILD: reticulonodular pattern (most common) 2) Mixed alveolar-interstitial infiltrates: due to coalescence 3) Hilar/ mediastinal nodes: in some cases 4) Honeycombing:[] Findings on chest x-ray are less specific and show bilateral lower zone reticular or reticulonodular infiltrates.[]

  • Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis

    B, A crazy paving pattern from ground-glass opacification and overlaid reticulonodular pattern is shown.[] Work up • IMAGING: CXR – bilateral perihilar infiltrates with consolidation bat wing (apices,cp angle sparing) reticulonodular shadows HRCT – CRAZY PAVING PATTERN (patchy[] […] more common in children extensive diffuse consolidation reticulonodular opacities Pleural effusions, cardiomegaly and lymphadenopathy are usually not features of uncomplicated[]

  • Diffuse Pulmonary Lymphangiomatosis

    In this article, we mainly focus on diffuse infiltration patterns, such as ground glass and reticulonodular infiltrations as described in high-resolution computed tomography[]

  • Pulmonary Lymphoma

    pattern contiguous with mediastinum from direct extension from mediastinal nodes along lymphatics Nodular parenchymal lesions Miliary nodules Endobronchial involvement Lobar[] : 1) “Bronchovascular-Lymphangitic” Pattern: presents as diffuse reticulonodular infiltrates 2) “Alveolar” Pattern: may be segmental or lobar, resembles pneumonia 3) “Nodular[] 40% 20% with mediastinal nodes have hilar lymphadenopathy also Hilar lymph nodes involved bilaterally in 50% Bronchovascular form (most common type of involvement) Coarse reticulonodular[]

  • Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia

    pattern consider sarcoidosis granulomatosis with polyangiitis pneumoconioses hypersensitivity pneumonitis Kaposi sarcoma see : differential of a reticulonodular pattern pulmonary[] […] include: for prominent cysts consider pulmonary Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) honeycomb lung bronchiectasis: due to various causes for a reticulonodular[]

  • Chronic Granulomatous Disease

    It may present with recurrent pneumonia, hilar lymphadenopathy, empyema, abscess, reticulonodular patterns, and granulomas due to lung involvement.[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    We present here a 56-year-old woman with PV harboring a JAK2(V617F) mutation that had a diffuse reticulonodular pattern on chest radiography and was initially suspected of[] […] thromboembolic events caused by hypercoagulability, it is true that the patients with hematological malignancy often suffer from pulmonary diseases with atypical radiological patterns[]

  • Anthracosis

    Plain radiograph Chest x-ray findings are non-specific 2 : atelectasis (48%) linear shadows (40%) consolidation (29%) reticular or reticulonodular pattern (25%) mass lesion[]

  • Hemangiomatosis

    CT chest The typical radiographic appearance described is that of a diffuse bilateral reticulonodular pattern associated with enlarged central pulmonary arteries 3 .[]

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