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Accessory cardiac bronchus 
Air bronchogram  
Air crescent 
Air trapping 
Airway casts +  
Apical pulmonary opacity 
Atelectasis +   
Beaded septum sign 
Bronchial atresia 
Bronchial cartilage hypoplasia 
Bronchial diverticula 
Bronchial hemorrhage 
Bronchial neoplasm +  
Bronchial wall thickening  
A broncholith, a calcified peribronchial lymph node that erodes into an adjacent bronchus, is most often the consequence of Histoplasma or tuberculous infection. The imaging appearance is of a small calcific focus in or immediately adjacent to an airway, most frequently the right middle lobe bronchus. Broncholiths are readily identified on CT scans. Distal obstructive changes may include atelectasis, mucoid impaction, and bronchiectasis
Bronchomalacia +   
Bronchomegaly +  
Continuous diaphragm sign 
Expiratory air trapping 
Increased airway neuroendocrine cells 
Increased airway neuroepithelial bodies 
Mass on thoracic imaging +   
Mosaic attenuation pattern in lung 
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 
Pulmonary nodule +   
Pulmonary oligemia 
Pulmonary opacity +   
Pulmonary pseudocavity 
Recurrent bronchitis +   
Tracheal bronchus +   
Traction bronchiectasis 
Traction bronchiolectasis 

Definition Sources: PMID:18195376

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