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Extralobar sequestration produces a triangular-shaped opacity adjacent to the diaphragm. Module 1: Cardiothoracic and Vascular: Answers due to the presence of myelin. Thymolipomas occur in the anterior mediastinum and are found in young adults. Da¨hnert (2007), 614. 58) a. ÃÃÃÃ The effects of vessel calcification can be difficult to remove from CT angiogram, and ultimately axial data may be the only method to assess the vessels accurately. Curved planar reformat images may be helpful to show the lumen.
Carcinoids occur in the lungs within bronchi and are mainly central. These are solid and may calcify. Bronchogenic carcinomas are usually solid, and centrally located in 38% of cases, where they are usually small cell tumours. These occur in the older population. Lymphadenopathy secondary to lymphoma is usually solid (unless treated) and involves multiple nodes in 95% of cases. The anterior mediastinum and retrosternal lymph nodes are usually affected first. Sutton (2002), 74– 5; Da¨hnert (2007), 477 – 8.
Large nodules may occur but a tumour-like mass is not a feature. Pleural effusions and bullae are not seen. Kim et al (2007b). 21) c. ÃÃ Adults presenting with coarctation usually have headaches (due to hypertension) and claudication (due to hypoperfusion). The chest radiograph shows an indentation on the lateral margin of the aorta (‘figure-3’ sign) and elevation of the cardiac apex due to left ventricular hypertrophy. Rib notching is seen in adults, usually over 20 years, and affects the third to eighth ribs.