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|Fig 1. Congenital absence of the right pulmonary vein: Axial|
cut of chest CT scan with contrast showing classicalfindings of ground
glass changes, interlobular and interstitial septal thickening of the right
lung as compared to the normal left lung.
|Fig 3. Cystic homogenous infratracheal lesion on chest CT|
without contrast, axial cut.
|Fig 4. MRI chest with gadolinium demonstrating uniform uid|
density cystic lesion inferior to left mainstem bronchus.
|Fig 5. Plain chest x-ray demonstrating asymmetry in lung aeration (arrows), |
emphysematous right upper lobe, with herniation across
the midline and compression of right lower lobe.
|Fig 6. Chest CT scan showing emphysematous, hyperlucent|
right upper lobe with herniation across the midline. The bronchial
anatomy and vascular supply to the lung is normal.
|Fig 7. Histopathologic section with diagnostic ndings of|
emphysematous change, overin ation of alveoli with destruction and
paucity of interalveolar septae.
|Fig 8. CT axial view showing cystic lucencies in the right lower|
lobe of the lung diagnostic of congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation (CCAM).
|Fig 9. Chest radiograph in a newborn with congenital cystic|
adenomatoid malformation (CCAM) shows large cystic areas in the right
lower lobe with some mass effect and depression of the hemidiaphragm.
|Fig 10. Plain CXR of a newborn showing cystic lesions with|
soap bubble appearance in right lung (arrows), with poorly de ned
margins. This is another example of congenital cystic adenomatoid
|Fig 11. Congenital pulmonary airway malformation Type 1.|
Chest CT showing multiple cysts of varying sizes replacing the right
lower lobe. The dominant ones measure 2 cm and are surrounded
by multiple smaller cysts.
|Fig 12. Axial cut chest CT showing single large cystic lesion with|
well-defined wall in right lung consistent with congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation.
|Fig 13. Plain CXR showing cystic lesion in the right lower lobe,|
with well circumscribed wall and central lucency with airfiuid level.
|Fig 14. CT scan axial cut of the same lesion in Figure 13 showing cystic nature of intralobar sequestration contained within the right|
lower lobe of the lung.
|Fig 17. Axial cut of chest CT of right pulmonary agenesis with|
classical findings of no de nable lung tissue, pulmonary artery or main
bronchus on the affected side. There is ipsilateral shift of the heart and
|Fig 18. Chest CT scan coronal view showing complete|
absence of right lung, including right main bronchus and right pulmonary
artery with opacification of the affected hemithorax.
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