Diagnostic Radiology/Chest Imaging/Pulmonary Infection

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  1. Name the radiographic manifestations of primary pulmonary tuberculosis
  2. Name the three most common segmental sites of involvement for reactivation tuberculosis in the lung
  3. Define Ranke complex and Ghon lesion; recognize both on a radiograph and CT
  4. Name and describe the four types of pulmonary Aspergillus disease
  5. Identify an intracavitary fungus ball on chest radiography and chest CT
  6. State the radiographic appearances of Cytomegalovirus pneumonia
  7. Name the major categories of disease causing chest radiograph or chest CT abnormalities in the immunocompromised patient
  8. Other than bacterial infection, name 2 important infections and 2 important neoplasms to consider in patients with AIDS and chest radiograph or chest CT abnormalities
  9. Describe the chest radiograph and chest CT appearances of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia
  10. Name the 4 most important etiologies of hilar and mediastinal adenopathy in patients with AIDS
  11. Describe the time course and chest radiographic appearance of a blood transfusion reaction
  12. State the radiographic appearances of mycoplasma pneumonia
  13. Describe the radiographic and CT appearance of a miliary pattern and provide a differential diagnosis
  14. Name the diagnostic considerations in a patient who presents with recurrent or persistent pneumonias
  15. Name the endemic mycoses, the specific geographic regions where they are found, and their radiographic manifestations
  16. State the most common pulmonary infections seen after solid-organ (i.e. liver, renal, cardiac) transplantation
  17. Describe the radiographic and CT findings of post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders