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What is Micronodular Lung Disease?
Anatomy of Secondary Pulmonary Lobule
Distributions – Perilymphatic
Distributions – Centrilobular
Distribution – Miliary
Review + Approach by Distribution
Perilymphatic – Case 1
Perilymphatic – Companion Case 1
Sarcoid Companion Case 2 & 3 – Galaxy Sign
Sarcoid Like Reaction
Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis (HP)
Unknown – Case 1 – Uveitis (Sarcoidosis)
Unknown – Case 2 – Hematuria (Disseminated Tuberculosis)
Unknown – Case 3 – Shortness of Breath, Cigarette Smoking
Unknown - Case 4 - Aspiration (Dendriform Ossification)
Unknown – Case 5 – Heart and Kidney Failure
Unknown – Case 6 – Chronic Kidney Disease
Learn the three dominant patterns of micronodules including centrilobular, miliary, and perilymphatic as well as their associated differential diagnoses.
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Content reviewed: July 15, 2021