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BRONCHIECTASIS AND AIRWAY ABNORMALITIES

FIGURE A12-33

Cystic fibrosis with bronchiectasis, apical disease.

FIGURE A12-34

CT scan of diffuse, cystic bronchiectasis (red arrows) in a patient with cystic fibrosis.

FIGURE A12-35

CT scan of focal right middle lobe and lingular bronchiectasis (yellow arrows). Note that there is near total collapse of the right middle lobe (red arrow).

FIGURE A12-36

“Tree in bud” opacities (red arrows) and bronchiectasis (yellow arrow) consistent with atypical mycobacterial infection. “Tree in bud” refers to small nodules clustered around the centrilobular arteries as well as increased prominence of the centrilobular branching. These findings are consistent with bronchiolitis.

FIGURE A12-37

CT scan demonstrating tracheomalacia (yellow arrow). Tracheomalacia is dynamic collapse of the trachea, most prominent during exhalation, due to loss of cartilaginous support.

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