HRCT


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HRCT

HRCT

high-resolution computed tomography.

HRCT

Abbreviation for high-resolution computed tomography.
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By using Fisher exact test there is association between Respiratory symptoms and HRCT, the association between X-Ray and HRCT and PFT [Table 1].
Conclusion: This study concluded that chest x-ray is simple, non-invasive, economical and readily available alternative to HRCT with an acceptable diagnostic accuracy of 81% in the diagnosis of ILD.
Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP): the presence of ground glass and/or consolidative infiltrates in patchy or diffuse distributions, reticular opacities or interlobular septal thickening present within the airspace infiltrates, creating a "crazy-paving" pattern on HRCT.
Caption: Figure 3: HRCT showing dilated trachea and the main bronchi.
Caption: Figure 1: Section of the HRCT chest done on presentation showing bilateral ground glass opacities and a degree of bronchiectasis.
Enrollment of OPD and indoor post chemotherapy patients coming for HRCT chest with age range of 670 years (Mean age: 35 yrs) was done.
2] > 6 kPa (45 mmHg) while breathing ambient air 6MWD > 140 m (post rehabilitation) Contraindications Homogeneous emphysema * Collateral ventilation/non-intact fissures * > 75% parenchymal destruction on HRCT ([dagger]) Current smoking (last 6 months) [DL.
In a publication in which two Turkish patients with FB were discussed, it was reported that the symptoms and thoracic HRCT findings of the patients regressed (10).
As a diagnostic method, HRCT of the chest has greater sensitivity than a chest X-ray.
HRCT of the temporal bones was performed 1 year after completion of the three oral antibiotics; it revealed no evidence of recurrence of otitis media and osteitis (figure 2).