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Three main categories are recognized: ț Combined lung and vascular anomalies include bronchopulmonary sequestrations and hypogenetic lung (scimitar) syndrome. ț Bronchopulmonary anomalies include pulmonary agenesis and hypoplasia, bronchial atresia, bronchogenic cysts, congenital cystic adenomatoid malformations, and congenital lobar emphysema. ț Vascular malformations include pulmonary arteriovenous malformations and anomalous pulmonary venous drainage (Zylak et al. 2002). Bronchopulmonary Sequestrations í Pathology Bronchopulmonary sequestrations represent areas of nonfunctioning lung tissue that do not communicate with the tracheobronchial tree and have a systemic arterial blood supply.

A Arterial phase, b Venous phase. a b 44 1 Examination Technique and Normal Findings 2a 1b 2a 2a 1a 1a 2b 2b 1 3a 2c 2b 6c 4a 5 4a 8a 3b 8b 8b 9b 9 2a 1a 1a1b 1b 3b 3b 5 3a 5a 5a 5b 6b 6 8 6a 7 6c 10 10 9 8b 8 9b 10b b a 4b 5b 1a 1b 2a 2b 3b 3a 3b 3a 1b 1a 1a 2a 2b 2b 1b 1 1 2b 2c 3c 4a 5 8 4+5 8 10 10 6a 6c 10 10 8b 9 9 c 3 6 6b 6b 3b 4b 4b 5 8 7 89 9 d 4 Lateral vein of right middle lobe; 4 a posterior branch (between S 4 a and S 4 b), 4 b anterior branch (between S 4 b and S 5 a) and superior lingular vein of left upper lobe; 4 a posterior branch (between S 4 a and S 5 b), 4 b anterior branch (between S 4 b and S 5) 5 Medial vein of right middle lobe; 5 a superior branch (between S 5 a and S 5 b), 5 b inferior branch (interlobar subpleural branch in S 5 b) and inferior lingular vein of left upper lobe; 5 a superior branch (between S 5 a and S 5 b), 5 b inferior branch (between S 5 b and S 5 b2) 6 Apical or superior vein of lower lobe; 6 a medial branch (between S 6 a and S 10), 6 b superior branch (between S 6 b and S 6 c, and between S 6 b1 and S 6 b2), 6 c lateral branch (between S 6 c and S 8 a) 7 Mediobasal vein of lower lobe; 7 a anterior branch (between S 7 a and S 7 b), 7 b posterior branch (between S 7 b and S 10 b) 8 Anterobasal vein of lower lobe; 8 a lateral branch (between S 8 a and S 8 b), 8 b basal branch (between S 8 b, S 7 a and S 9 b) 9 Laterobasal vein of lower lobe; 9 a lateral branch (between S 9 a and S 9 b), 9 b basal branch (between S 9 b and S 10 a) 10 Posterobasal vein of lower lobe; 10 a lateral branch (between S 10 a and S 10 b), 10 b medial branch (between S 10 c and S 10 b) Fig.

Coronal and sagittal reformatted images and three-dimensional (3D) reconstructions may be acquired from this volumetric data set and evaluation of the former in particular is becoming routine in interpretation of CT studies (Fig. 46 a−c). High-Resolution CT Fig. 45 Basic principle of computed tomography (Wegener 1992). HRCT acquiring 1−2 mm collimation images at 10− 15 mm intervals and employing a high frequency reconstruction algorithm was the standard CT technique for evaluation of diffuse parenchymal lung disease for many years.

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