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The objective of this atlas is to demonstrate how one can in attaining trustworthy diagnoses while faced by means of the several abnormalities, or “disease patterns”, which may be visualized on CT scans of the chest. the duty of development popularity has been enormously facilitated by way of the appearance of multidetector CT (MDCT), and the point of interest of the ebook is particularly a lot at the function of cutting-edge MDCT. a variety of ailment styles and distributions are coated, with emphasis at the common imaging features of a few of the focal and diffuse lung ailments. furthermore, medical info appropriate to differential analysis is equipped and the underlying gross and microscopic pathology is depicted, allowing CT–pathology correlation. the complete details appropriate to every sickness development can be tabulated for ease of reference. This publication might be a useful great tool that might permit the reader to quick and simply achieve a prognosis acceptable to the trend of lung abnormality pointed out on CT scans.
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Also note tumor embolus (arrow in d) in a branch of the right superior pulmonary vein. (e) Gross pathologic specimen obtained with right upper lobectomy discloses a large mass containing necrotic area (arrow) in apex of lobe. (f) High-magnification (×200) photomicrography discloses tumor cells showing round shape with high pleomorphism and marked mitotic activity. Inset: positive staging for CD99 Progressive Massive Fibrosis 29 a b c d Fig. 4 Lung masses as progressive mass fibrosis in a 73-year-old man.
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