Adult sail sign: radiographic and computed tomographic features

@article{Lee2008AdultSS,
  title={Adult sail sign: radiographic and computed tomographic features},
  author={Y. Lee and D. Han and Y. Koh and J. Zo and S. Kim and D. K. Kim and J. Lee and H. Moon and J. S. Kim and E. Chun and B. J. Youn and C. H. Lee},
  journal={Acta Radiologica},
  year={2008},
  volume={49},
  pages={37 - 40}
}
Background: The sail sign is a well-known radiographic feature of the pediatric chest. This sign can be observed in an adult population as well, but for a different reason. Purpose: To investigate the sail sign appearing in adult chest radiography. Material and Methods: Based on two anecdotal adult cases in which frontal chest radiographs showed the sail sign, we prospectively screened radiographs of 10,238 patients to determine the incidence of the sail sign found in adults in their 40s or… Expand
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