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114 Possible Causes for Reticulonodular Pattern, X-Ray Abnormal

  • 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.[] Although chest X-rays showed no marked abnormalities, her level of serum KL-6 was extremely high. We therefore suspected the presence of interstitial pneumonia.[] Exertional dyspnea, x-ray infiltrates, and pulmonary physiologic abnormalities decreased or increased during 3 1/2 years of follow-up in parallel with the administered dose[]

  • Pulmonary Histiocytosis X

    Diagnosis was suspected when a reticulonodular pattern was detected by conventional X-ray or by computerized tomography of the lungs.[] A chest x-ray film taken nearly three years later revealed complete resolution of the radiographic abnormalities.[] Imaging: His CXR shows a bilateral, predominantly mid- and upper-zone reticulonodular pattern with some small cystic areas in the upper lobes.[]

  • Pulmonary Alveolar Microlithiasis

    . • Pulmonary fibrosis: accumulation of ceroid-lipofuscin in alveolar Mφ CXR • Normal: 79% • Reticulonodular pattern: 12% • Perihilar fibrosis: 5% • Pleural thickening[] A 12-year-old girl of Turkish descent was referred 6 weeks after an influenza A infection because of persistent chest X-ray abnormalities compatible with interstitial lung[] pattern noted on chest roentgenogram.[]

  • Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis

    B, A crazy paving pattern from ground-glass opacification and overlaid reticulonodular pattern is shown.[] Diagnosis is based on bronchoalveolar lavage, although characteristic x-ray and laboratory test abnormalities occur.[] Work up • IMAGING: CXR – bilateral perihilar infiltrates with consolidation bat wing (apices,cp angle sparing) reticulonodular shadows HRCT – CRAZY PAVING PATTERN (patchy[]

  • Chronic Eosinophilic Pneumonia

    Chest radiograph and computed tomography on admission showed reticulonodular pattern at both lung fields.[] (abnormal x-ray) Lung fluid eosinophilia 25% Absence of parasitic, fungal or other infection Absence of drugs known to cause pulmonary eosinophilia Quick clinical response[] The chest X-ray may be normal, but more typically it shows a diffuse, reticulonodular pattern with basilar prominence.[]

  • Pulmonary Cryptococcosis

    pattern ( 7 ).[] Chest X-ray and CT showed abnormal shadows in the right upper lung field, and Cryptococcus neoformans was isolated in a transbronchial lung biopsy.[] A 68-year-old woman was found to have an abnormal shadow on chest X-ray.[]

  • 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[] In addition to confirming abnormalities on chest x-rays, CT imaging may also find abnormalities that may not be visible on a chest x-ray, such as very small nodules less than[] […] lung sounds Imaging studies that may include a chest X-ray, MRI or CT scan of the lungs Arterial blood gases Lung function test Sputum cytology: This procedure involves the[]

  • Blastomycosis

    Chest x-rays are abnormal in two-thirds of patients and “may reveal alveolar or mass like infiltrates, reticulonodular pattern, pleural effusion , and, rarely, cavitation”[] Chest x-rays are abnormal in two-thirds of patients and “may reveal alveolar or mass like infiltrates, reticulonodular pattern, pleural effusion , and, rarely, cavitation”[]

  • Lipid Pneumonia

    pattern CT characteristically show low attenuation within the consolidated areas of -100HU reflecting a fat content (at times the attenuation value may be less i.e. around[] Disadvantages Duck Sweat Husts Epidemic Hypoxemia Chills & Nodules Respiratory Alkaline Poisoning Low Heat Twist Speech Pulmonary Fibrosis Most patients with asymptomatic, X-ray[] Other methods used for the diagnosis of lipoid pneumonia include: X-ray Consolidation Irregular mass (lesion/reticulonodular pattern) Chest HRCT/contrast CT Low attenuation[]

  • Bronchial Stricture

    Plain radiograph Chest x-ray findings are non-specific 2 : atelectasis (48%) linear shadows (40%) consolidation (29%) reticular or reticulonodular pattern (25%) mass lesion[] […] any abnormality on chest x-ray.[] Chest X-rays depict the interior of the chest, and CT-scans produce a series of images of the inside of the body, taken from different angles and depths, to reveal a high[]

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