unilateral hyperlucent lung

u·ni·lat·e·ral hy·per·lu·cent lung

chronic bronchiolitis obliterans predominating on one side. See: unilateral lobar emphysema.
See also: Swyer-James syndrome (2).

u·ni·lat·e·ral hy·per·lu·cent lung

(yū'ni-lat'ĕr-ăl hī'pĕr-lū'sĕnt lŭng)
Chronic bronchiolitis obliterans predominating on one side.
See also: unilateral lobar emphysema
References in periodicals archive ?
Chest radiographic signs include a unilateral hyperlucent lung field with collapse of the lung, tracheal deviation and mediastinal displacement (see Figure 4) (Ho & Gutierrez 2009).
Swyer-James Macleod syndrome is a rare acquired cause of unilateral hyperlucent lung.
Scintigraphy, angigraphy and computed tomography in unilateral hyperlucent lung due to obliterative bronchiolitis.

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