Mycobacterium avium complex pulmonary disease presenting as an isolated lingular
or middle lobe pattern.
Computed tomographic scan of the thorax on day 3 of hospitalization showed widespread confluent consolidation of the right lung with right pleural effusion and patchy consolidation of the lingular
lobe of the left lung.
Computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest demonstrated a normal right lung, hyperaeration of the left lung with mediastinal shift to the right, multiple cystic structures (the largest measuring 5 x 4 cm), and left lingular
consolidation, but no centrally obstructing endobronchial masses (Fig.
On admission, the patient was febrile and her chest radiograph showed left lower lobe and lingular
22] Middle lobe and lingular
infiltrates characterize the chest radiographic findings in elderly individuals without underlying lung disease or immunosuppressive disorder.
Computer tomographic scan of the thorax indicated widespread ground-glass shadowing in both lung fields, which was especially prominent at left lower and lingular
A computed tomography pulmonary angiogram revealed a single small cavitating lesion of the lingular
lobe with diffuse loci of consolidation in the right middle and upper lobes, consistent with an embolic phenomenon.
hypermetabolic nodule had a well-rounded configuration, more compatible with a metastatic pulmonary nodule (2).
5 cm, lingular
segmentte 1x1 cm kitle, konsolidasyon ayrimi net yapilamayan nothiler, kismen duzensiz konturlu lezyonlar EUS-liAB sonucu reaktif lenf nodu saptandi.
Genellikle parotis olmak uzere bir yada daha fazla tukuruk bezinde(mandibular ve lingular
bezler) sisme ile karakterize sistemik bir hastaliktir.
Compared with patients in group B, patients in group A were less than 75 years old, did not have lingular
treatment, and had fewer lung segments treated.
Computed tomography (CT) scan of the thorax showed multiple, small, right apical nodules; lingular
and right middle lobe consolidation; right middle lobe bronchiectasis; and mediastinal lymphadenopathy (Fig.