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pulmonary cystic malformations

Wednesday 1 December 2004

Digital cases (Digital slides)

- HPC:104 : CPAM type 2
- HPC:370 : Cystic congenital adenomatoid malformation in extrapulmonary sequestration

Definition: Congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation (CCAM), pulmonary sequestration, congenital lobar emphysema (CLE), and bronchogenic cysts are all congenital malformations of the lung that present in imaging studies as abnormal air, air/fluid, or fluid-filled cysts.

Types

- congenital pulmonary airway malformations - CPAMs (congenital cystic adenomatoid malformations - CCAMs)
- congenital lobar emphysema
- pulmonary sequestration

See also

- pulmonary cysts (pulmonary cystic lesions)
- pulmonary malformations
- cystic malformations

Portfolio

  • CPAM type 1 (CCAM type 1)
  • CPAM type 1
  • CPAM type 2
  • CPAM type 2 (CCAM type 2)
  • CPAM type 2 (CCAM type 2)
  • CPAM type 2 (CCAM type 2)
  • CPAM type 4 (CCAM type 4)
  • CPAM type 4 (CCAM type 4)
  • CPAM type 2 (CCAM type 2)
  • CPAM type 1