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Diffuse Interstitial Infiltrative Lung Metastasis of Malignant Melanoma: a Case Report

Shin NY, Hong YJ, Kim AH, Shim HS, Nam JE, Lee HJ, Kim MJ

A diffuse interstitial infiltrative pattern of lung metastasis in a patient with malignant melanoma is rare and can be confused with benign conditions such as pulmonary edema or drug-induced pneumonitis....
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CT Analysis of the Anterior Mediastinum in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumonia

Lee CH, Lee HJ, Son KR, Chun EJ, Lim KY, Goo JM, Im JG, Heo JN, Song JW

OBJECTIVE: We wanted to determine whether the amount and shape of the anterior mediastinal fat in the patients suffering with usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) or nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP) was...
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Radiologic Approach to Diffuse Infiltrative Lung Disease

Kang EY, Woo OH, Yong HS, Lee KY, Oh YW, Cha IH

The Radiology approach to diffuse infiltrative lung disease (DILD) is based on a chest radiography and CT. Chest radiography can categorize DILD into five main patterns of abnormality: linear, reticular,...
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Usual Interstitial Pneumonia and Non-Specific Interstitial Pneumonia: Serial Thin-Section CT Findings Correlated with Pulmonary Function

Jeong YJ, Lee KS, Muller NL, Chung MP, Chung MJ, Han J, Colby TV, Kim S

OBJECTIVE: We wanted to demonstrate and compare the serial high-resolution CTs (HRCT) and the pulmonary function test (PFT) findings of the usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) and the non-specific interstitial pneumonia...
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Detectability of Various Sizes of Honeycombing Cysts in an Inflated and Fixed Lung Specimen: the Effect of CT Section Thickness

Nishimoto , Takahashi , Murata K, Kichikawa

OBJECTIVE: We wanted to clarify the relationship between the visibility of air cysts on CT images, the CT slice thickness and the size of the air cysts, with contact radiographs...
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DILD (diffuse infiltrative lung disease); Radiologic Diagnostic Approach According to High-Resolution CT Pattern

Lee KN

  • KMID: 2318533
  • Tuberc Respir Dis.
  • 2005 Feb;58(2):111-119.
The introduction of high-resolution CT (HRCT) in recent years has improved the ability of radiologists to detect and characterize the diffuse infiltrative lung disease (DILD). The detection and diagnosis of...
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Three-year Follow-up of Niemann-Pick Disease with Pulmonary Involvement: A Case Report

Lee CW, Goo HW

Niemann-Pick disease is a rare inherited metabolic storage disease that causes excessive intracellular storage of sphingomyelin in various organs. We present the pulmonary imaging findings with particular emphasis on the...
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Volume-Controlled Histographic Analysis of Pulmonary Parenchyma in Normal and Diffuse Parenchymal Lung Disease: A Pilot Study

Park HY, Lee JM, Kim JS, Won CH, Kim MN, Kang DS

PURPOSE: To evaluate the clinical usefulness of a home-made histographic analysis system using a lung volume controller. MATERIALS AND METHODS:Our study involved ten healthy volunteers, ten emphysema patients, and two...
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Cystic Lung Disease: a Comparison of C ystic Size, as Seen on Expira tory and Inspiratory HRCT Scans

Lee KN, Yoon SK, Choi SJ, Goo JM, Nam KJ

OBJECTIVE: To determine the effects of respiration on the size of lung cysts by comparing inspiratory and expiratory high-resolution CT (HRCT) scans. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The authors evaluated the size...
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Thin-Section CT Findings of Arc-Welders' Pneumoconiosis

Han D, Goo JM, Im JG, Lee KS, Paek DM, Park SH

OBJECTIVE: To describe the thin-section CT findings of arc-welders' pneumoco-niosis. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Eighty-five arc-welders with a three to 30 (mean, 15)-year history of exposure underwent thin-section CT scanning. The...
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Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumonitis in a Patient with Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: A Case Report

Pyo HS, Oh YW, Moon KM, Kang EY, Kim HK

A variety of pulmonary complications, including infection and neoplastic and inflammatory diseases, commonly develop in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Nonspecific interstitial pneumonitis, one such complication, is not uncommon, and...
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Follow-up HRCT Findings of Ground-Glass Attenuation in Usual Interstitial Pneumonia

Kim HH, Chang YJ, Park JS, Park TJ, Kim YT, Kim DH, Choi DL, Park CS

PURPOSE: To evaluate changes in lesions, as shown by follow-up high-resolution CT (HRCT) in patients withusual interstitial pneumonia (UIP), and the significance of ground-glass attenuation. MATERIALS AND METHODS: HRCTfindings in...
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Pathology of Chronic Interstitial Lung Disease

Shin DH

  • KMID: 1725338
  • Korean J Pathol.
  • 1998 Jan;32(1):1-8.
Interstitial lung disease is a generic term for a heterogeneous group of lung disease that primarily affect the interstitium although the disease is not clearly restricted to the interstitium. The...
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Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis with Coexisting Emphysema: High-Resolution CT and Clinical Correlation

Kang EY, Kim KA, Oh YW, Shim JJ, Kang KH

  • KMID: 2201512
  • J Korean Radiol Soc.
  • 1997 May;36(5):761-766.
PURPOSE: To correlate high-resolution CT (HRCT) findings with smoking history and pulmonary function test (PFT) in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) with or without coexisting emphysema. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The...
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