An explanation of alveolar vs. interstitial opacities, including cardiogenic and non-cardiogenic pulmonary edema, and the 3 types of interstitial patterns (reticular, nodular, and reticulonodular). Examples provided of air bronchograms, peribroncial cuffing, Kerley A and B lines, and cephalization. Etiologies of low lung volumes and hyperinflation are also discussed.
Video includes the following image (among others):
Cephalization, downloaded from Radiopaedia.org, originally posted by Charlie Chia-Tsong Hsu.
Sources for other images may include Wikimedia Commons, radiologypics.com, and Jose Caceras' wonderful radiology blog: Caceres Corner (http://blog.myesr.org/category/caceres-corner/)
Tagged under: chest -ray,cxr,xray,alveolar,opacities,ards,acute respiratory distress syndrome,congestive heart failure,pulmonary edema,air bronchogram,Chest Radiograph,peribronchial cuffing,cephalization,bat wing pattern,bat' wing pattern,reticular,nodular,reticulonodular,interstitial lung disease,hyperinflation, lung volumes
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