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Air bronchogram refers to the phenomenon of air-filled bronchi (dark) being made visible by the opacification of surrounding alveoli (grey/white). It is almost ...

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Air Bronchogram. An air bronchogram is a tubular outline of an airway made visible by filling of the surrounding alveoli by fluid or inflammatory exudates.

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'Air bronchogram' is a characteristic sign of consolidation – here is an example; The black lines represent patent airways within consolidated lung (highlighted ...

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Air Bronchogram. This commonly signifies alveolar disease (any cause of consolidation, see below), but may be seen in atelectasis. On a normal radiograph, the ...

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Air Bronchogram. In a normal chest x-ray, the tracheobronchial tree is not visible beyond the 4th order. As the bronchial tree branches, the cartilaginous rings ...

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The “air bronchogram” is a fundamental sign of pulmonary radiology in which the normally thin-walled and mostly invisible bronchi transform in multiple tubular ...

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Dec 31, 2015 ... Images in Clinical Medicine from The New England Journal of Medicine — Air Bronchogram.

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Looking for online definition of air bronchogram in the Medical Dictionary? air bronchogram explanation free. What is air bronchogram? Meaning of air ...

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PURPOSE: Our goal was to evaluate the presence and the significance of the air bronchogram sign in solitary pulmonary lesions (SPL) on CT. METHOD: One ...

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