New Insights on Pulmonary Paracoccidioidomycosis.
- Seminars in respiratory and critical care medicine
Clinicians must be alert to the possibility of PCM in patients with chronic respiratory manifestations and epidemiological risk factors for this fungal disease. Expand
Nodular reverse halo sign in active pulmonary tuberculosis: A rare CT feature?
- Diagnostic and interventional imaging
CT shows NRHS in 17% of patients with active pulmonary tuberculosis, indicating that the sign is not as rare as previously thought in patients with this condition. Expand
Signo del atolón o signo del halo invertido en covid-19: a propósito de un caso
The inverted halo sign or Atoll sign is defined as a rounded focal area with a ground glass density, surrounded by a more or less complete ring of consolidation. Expand
Pulmonary tuberculosis: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
Poster: "ECR 2015 / C-1999 / Pulmonary tuberculosis: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue" by: "M. T. A. Buzan1, M. M. Coman2, M. M. Duma3, A. M. Calin3, S. A. Sfrangeu3,… Expand
Reversed Halo Sign: Presents in Different Pulmonary Diseases
- PloS one
Reversed halo sign is relatively non specific; it can be observed in different lung diseases, and different phases of diseases; reversed haloSign is more commonly found in granulomatous diseases compared with non-granulom atous diseases,and is most commonly observed in pulmonary tuberculosis among the granulombous diseases. Expand
Reversed Halo Sign: A Systematic Review
- Respiratory Care
A systematic review of the literature for the associations of the reversed halo sign and a diagnostic algorithm for an approach to a patient with an RHS is proposed. Expand
QUAL O SEU DIAGNÓSTICO? • WHICH IS YOUR DIAGNOSIS?
Trabalho realizado no Departamento de Radiologia e Diagnostico por Imagem da Universidade Federal de Goias (UFG), Goiânia, GO,Brasil. 1. Medicos Residentes do Hospital das Clinicas da Universidade… Expand
Which Is Your Diagnosis
A study developed at Hospital Procardiaco, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil, finds that magnetic resonance imaging Angiography improves the chances of detecting heart attack in patients with high blood pressure. Expand
Reversed Halo Sign on Computed Tomography: State-of-the-Art Review
The reversed halo sign (RHS) is a chest computed tomography (CT) pattern defined as a focal round area of ground-glass attenuation surrounded by a crescent or ring of consolidation that can be cryptogenic or secondary to other known causes. Expand
Reversed halo sign: high-resolution CT scan findings in 79 patients.
The presence of nodular walls or nodules inside the halo of the RHS is highly suggestive of granulomatous diseases. Expand