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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
Air bronchogram  
Air crescent 
Air trapping 
Apical pulmonary opacity 
Atelectasis +   
Beaded septum sign 
Continuous diaphragm sign 
Expiratory air trapping 
Mass on thoracic imaging +   
Organizing pneumonia  
Progressive massive fibrosis 
Pulmonary blood flow redistribution 
Pulmonary cavity +  
Pulmonary imaging sign +  
Pulmonary infiltrates +   
Pulmonary interstitial high-resolution computed tomography abnormality +   
Pulmonary mycetoma 
A mycetoma is a discrete mass of intertwined hyphae, usually of an Aspergillus species, matted together by mucus, fibrin, and cellular debris colonizing a cavity, usually from prior fibrocavitary disease (eg, tuberculosis or sarcoidosis). A mycetoma may move to a dependent location when the patient changes position and may show an air crescent sign. CT scans may show a spongelike pattern and foci of calcification in the mycetoma.
Pulmonary nodule +   
Pulmonary oligemia 
Pulmonary opacity +   
Pulmonary pseudocavity 

Exact Synonyms: Lung fungus ball
Definition Sources: PMID:18195376

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