Start Consolidating pneumonia right base

Consolidating pneumonia right base

As the disease reaches a fissure, this will result in a sharp delineation, since consolidation will not cross a fissure.

Lung abnormalities with an increased density - also called opacities - are the most common.

In radiological studies it presents as increased attenuation of the lung parenchyma causing obscuration of pulmonary vessels, without significant loss of volume, in the segment(s) affected.

Air bronchograms can also be found When considering the likely causes of airspace opacification, it is useful to determine chronicity (by reviewing previous radiographs) and considering laterality.

Patients present with recurrent infection when bacteria migrate through the pores of Kohn.