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|Fig 1. Left lower and partial left upper lobe consolidation and|
pleural effusion on PA chest x-ray in a 4-year-old child, concerning for
|Fig 2. Lateral chest x-ray in the same child.|
|Fig 3. Right middle lobe in ltrate in an infant with bacterial|
pneumonia. Note the obliteration of the right heart border (arrow)
characteristic of a right middle lobe process.
|Fig 4. Left upper lobe consolidation on PA chest x-ray in a|
|Fig 5. Left upper lobe consolidation on lateral chest x-ray in|
the same infant as previous gure 50-4.
|Fig 6. Round pneumonia involving the right upper lobe on a|
PA chest x-ray in a 4-year-old girl. This infection was presumed to be
due to S pneumoniae and she responded well to appropriate antibiotics.
|Fig 7. Pneumonia involving the right upper lobe on lateral|
chest x-ray in the same girl as previous Figure 6.
|Fig 8. Thymic shadow (arrow) on a chest x-ray of a young|
infant, which can be mistaken for pneumonia.
|Fig 9. Bilateral diffuse in ltrates in a 9-year-old child with|
|Fig 10. Bilateral diffuse in ltrates on lateral CXR in a 9-year-old|
with Mycoplasma pneumonia. Same child as in Figure 9.
|Fig 11. Multilobar in ltrate in a school-aged child with|
Mycoplasma pneumonia. Although the classic radiographic finding
of Mycoplasma is a bibasilar diffuse in ltrate, a lobar and multilobar
pattern can be seen.
|Fig 12. Central peribronchial thickening and pathy in ltrates in|
an infant with viral pneumonia.
|Fig 13. Diffuse interstitial pattern in child with Pnemocystis|
jiroveci pneumonia. This child’s predisposition for this infection is acute
leukemia. Note the presence of a central venous catheter to treat his
|Fig 14. Necrotizing pneumonia (arrow) in the right upper lobe|
and large pleural effusion on the left side caused by S pneumoniae in a
|Fig 15. CT scan of the chest showing left lobar consolidation|
and cavitation from necrotizing pneumonia in a previously healthy
|Fig 16. CT scan of the chest showing right lobar consolidation|
and cavitation from necrotizing pneumonia caused by S pneumoniae
in a previously healthy 9-year-old child.
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