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Term:
Architectural distortion of the lung (HP:0033007)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
Abnormal bronchoalveolar lavage fluid morphology +   
Abnormal lung development +   
Abnormal pleura morphology +   
Abnormal pulmonary alveolar system morphology +   
Abnormal pulmonary interstitial morphology +   
Abnormal pulmonary lymphatics +   
Abnormal subpleural morphology +   
Abnormality of the pulmonary vasculature +   
Architectural distortion of the lung 
Architectural distortion is characterized by abnormal displacement of bronchi, vessels, fissures, or septa caused by diffuse or localized lung disease, particularly interstitial fibrosis. This is visible in lung biopsy and CT scans in a distorted appearance and is usually associated with pulmonary fibrosis and accompanied by volume loss.
Emphysema +   
Mucus plug 
Neoplasm of the lung +   
Pulmonary cyst +   
Pulmonary edema  
Pulmonary hemorrhage +   
Respiratory tract infection +   

Synonyms
Definition Sources: LMU:mgriese, PMID:25489125

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