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Cystic lung disease: Its Management

Due to the growing number of diseases linked to this presentation, multiple cystic lung disease represents a heterogeneous collection of rare conditions that can make diagnosis difficult. Chest high-resolution computed tomography is useful in defining the distribution and anatomical characteristics of lung cysts as well as any concomitant abnormalities. The majority of these disorders can be confidently and accurately diagnosed without the need for an open lung biopsy when imaging appearance, clinical characteristics, and extrapulmonary symptoms are combined, when present.

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Due to the growing number of diseases linked to this presentation, multiple cystic lung disease represents a heterogeneous collection of rare conditions that can make diagnosis difficult. Chest high-resolution computed tomography is useful in defining the distribution and anatomical characteristics of lung cysts as well as any concomitant abnormalities. The majority of these disorders can be confidently and accurately diagnosed without the need for an open lung biopsy when imaging appearance, clinical characteristics, and extrapulmonary symptoms are combined, when present.

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Due to the growing number of diseases linked to this presentation, multiple cystic lung disease represents a heterogeneous collection of rare conditions that can make diagnosis difficult. Chest high-resolution computed tomography is useful in defining the distribution and anatomical characteristics of lung cysts as well as any concomitant abnormalities. The majority of these disorders can be confidently and accurately diagnosed without the need for an open lung biopsy when imaging appearance, clinical characteristics, and extrapulmonary symptoms are combined, when present.