Diagnostic Radiology/Chest Imaging/Congenital Lung Disease

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  1. Name the components of the pulmonary venolobar syndrome
  2. Recognize venolobar syndrome on a frontal chest radiograph, chest CT and chest MRI, and explain the etiology of the retrosternal band of opacity seen on the lateral view
  3. Recognize a mass in the posterior segment of a lower lobe on a chest radiograph and chest, and suggest the possible diagnosis of pulmonary sequestration
  4. Explain the differences between intralobar and extralobar sequestration
  5. Recognize bronchial atresia on a radiograph and chest CT, and state the most common lobes of the lungs in which it occurs