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How read chest ct 3

  1. 1. HOW READ CHEST CT -3 ANAS SAHLE ,MD
  2. 2. Basic elements Appearance pattern DistributionPatient data pattern Ct interpretation
  3. 3. FIGURE 17.3. HRCT Findings in Interstitial Lung Disease1- Interlobular (Septal) Lines2-Intralobular Lines3-Thickened Fissures4-Thickened bronchovascularstructures Dot lik5-Centrilobular (Lobular tree-in-budCore) Abnormalities lldefined6- Subpleural lines7-Parenchymal bands8-Honeycombing9-Thin-walled cysts10-Irregularity of Lung Interfaces11-Ground-Glass or HazyIncreased Density12-Architectural Distortion andTraction Bronchiectasis13-Conglomerate Masses14-Consolidation
  4. 4. Appearance pattern Increased Decreased Nodular Linear lung lung opacities opacitiesattenuation attenuation
  5. 5. Increased lung attenuation Ground-glass opacity Consolidation
  6. 6. Nodular pattern Size Appearance Attenuation Distribution
  7. 7. WHAT IS DOMINANT PATTERN ?
  8. 8. B-Nodules
  9. 9. B-Nodules 1-Dotlike Fig. 6.21a,b. (Peri)lymphatic (a) vs centrilobular (b) distribution of disease. (a) Patient with sarcoidosis showing numerous subpleural and fissural nodules. Since nodules are also found in other areas where lymphatics are located (peribronchovascular interstitium, interlobular septa and centrilobular) diagnosis of disease with a (peri)lymphatic distribution can be made. (b) Patient with infectious bronchiolitis (tuberculosis) showing centrilobular changes (nodules, branching lines and tree-in-bud), suggesting disease that predominantly involves the airways DOTLIKE : 1- pulmonary edema, 2-lymphangitic carcinomatosis, 3-UIP
  10. 10. B-Nodules2- Ill-defined (Ground-Glass) centri-lobular nodules FIGURE 17.7. Centri-lobular Ground-Glass Nodules in Sub-acute Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis. HRCT shows the typical poorly defined centri-lobular nodules (arrows) of subacute hypersensitivity pneumonitis (bird-fanciers lung). Caption: Picture 5. High-resolution chest CT scan of a patient with hypersensitivity pneumonitis demonstrates centrilobular nodules. These nodules are unlike those of sarcoidosis, in which the nodules are subpleural and along peribronchovascular interstitium Ill-defined (Ground-Glass) centri-lobular nodules represent disease of the bronchiole and adjacent parenchyma : 1- subacute hypersensitivity pneumonitis 2-cryptogenic organizing pneumonia (COP),
  11. 11. B-Nodules3-tree-in-bud appearance Figure 2. Postprimary active tuberculosis in a 66-year-old woman with a chronic cough. High-resolution CT scans of the right lung show peripheral, poorly defined, small (2–4- mm-diameter) centrilobular nodules and branching linear opacities of similar caliber originating from a single stalk (the tree-in-bud pattern) in the lower lobe (arrow)
  12. 12. B-Nodules Centri-lobular (Lobular Core) Abnormalities Tree-in-bud almost always indicates the presence of:1. Endobronchial spread of infection (TB, MAC, any bacterial bronchopneumonia).2. Airway disease associated with infection (cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis).3. less often, an airway disease associated primarily with mucus retention (allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis, asthma). (Mycobacterium Avium Complex Disease) Typical Tree-in-bud appearance in a patient with active TB.
  13. 13. NodulesDot-like tree-in-bud Ill-defined• pulmonary edema. appearance centrilobular• lymphangitic carcinomatosis. • Tree-in-bud almost always nodules• UIP indicates the presence of: represent disease of the • Endobronchial spread of bronchiole and adjacent infection (TB, MAC, any parenchyma: bacterial bronchopneumonia) • in subacute hypersensitivity • Airway disease associated pneumonitis with infection (cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis) • cryptogenic organizing pneumonia (COP). • less often, an airway disease associated primarily with mucus retention (allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis, asthma).
  14. 14. B-NodulesNodular distribution
  15. 15. B-Nodules
  16. 16. B-NodulesAlgorithm for nodular pattern
  17. 17. B-Nodules sarcoidosis •Nodules predominating in the peribronchovascular, interlobular, and subpleural regions those portions of the interstitium where the lymphatics lie are said to have a perilymphatic distributionSarcoidosis: typical presentation with nodules alongthe bronchovascular bundle and fissures Notice thepartially calcified node in the left hilum.
  18. 18. sarcoidosis
  19. 19. 1-WHAT IS DOMINANT PATTERN ? 2- Where is it distribution within lung
  20. 20. LEFT: miliary TBRIGHT: metastases
  21. 21. B-Nodules 4-Conglomerate Masses FIGURE 17.10. Nodules and a Conglomerate Mass in Silicosis. A. Posteroanterior radiograph of a 79-year-old patient with silicosis shows diffuse nodules as well as a conglomerate mass in the right upper lobe (arrow). B. HRCT scan through the upper lobes shows peribronchovascular and subpleural micronodules (small arrows), larger nodules (curved arrow), and a conglomerate mass representing progressive massive fibrosis in the right upper lobe (large arrow). The pleural effusions are caused by concomitant congestive heart failure. Conglomerate Masses: 1- Sarcoidosis 2-Silicosis 3-CWP 4-Radiation fibrosis These conglomerate masses are most often seen in patients with end-stage sarcoidosis but can occur in complicated silicosis with progressive massive fibrosis (PMF) (Fig. 17.10) or radiation fibrosis
  22. 22. NODULAR PATTERN Sub-pleural nodules Absent Present Random , Centri-lobular distribution uniform distribution ALSO Peri-bronchovascular Septal Tree in bud Random Centri-lobular Peri-lymphaatic Tree in bud absent present patchy distribution In distribution distributionPeri-bronchiolar peri-vascular Peri-bronchiolar diseases diseases diseses
  23. 23. Regional distribution (nodular pattern) Upper lung Lower lung Diffuse• Histiocytosis • Asbestosis • Hypersensitivity• Sarcoidosis • Organising pneumonitis• Silicosis pneumonia • Diffuse• Pneumocoinosis • Hematogenous pneumonia• Tuberculosis metastases • Lymphangitic • Alveolar spread of tumor• RB-ILD hemorrhage • Hematogenous metastases • Sarcoidosis
  24. 24. Regional distribution (nodular pattern) Central lung Peripheral lung• Sarcoidosis • Asbestosis• Silicosis • Organising pneumonia• Pneumocoinosis • Hematogenous• Lymphangitic spread of metastases tumor • Hypersensitivity pneumonitis • NSIP • Septic emboli • Small airway disease
  25. 25. Regional distribution (nodular pattern) Uni-lateral Posterior lung asymetric• Sarcoidosis • Pneumonia• Silicosis • Sarcoidosis• Pneumocoinosis • Lymphangitic• Asbestosis spread of tumor• Hypersensitivity pneumonitis

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