Radiologic considerations in the adult respiratory distress syndrome treated wih positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP).


Radiographic changes with ARDS are similar to alveolar pulmonary edema in the typical case, although early changes may also be nodular in a small number of cases. These may last about 4 days. Following early alveolar changes the later ARDS findings evolve into a diffuse interstitial pattern, and if the patient survives without complications, the chest x-ray… (More)


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