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WARREN ALPERT MEDICAL SCHOOL OF BROWN UNIVERSITY

The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Congenital Lung Lesions
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WHAT ARE CONGENITAL LUNG LESIONS?

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Below are a few Images related to congenital lung lesions in fetuses and infants. As the Images are meant to illustrate these medical conditions, they are graphic in nature and may not be suitable for viewing by everyone. If you have any concerns or questions, you can always contact us.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CCAM (arrow) within normal lung (pink), seen during surgery
CT scan of a lung abscess inside a CCAM (middle bottom: spine, midline top: heart, left, in black: right lung, right: complex solid/liquid/air lesion = abscess in CCAM)
Extralobar sequestration, removed via thoracoscopy. Image shows a view through the telescope, inside the child's chest cavity. The top instrument holds the sequestration. The arrows point to the two blood vessels feeding the sequestration.
Thoracoscopic view of a large bronchogenic cyst, wedged between two lobes of normal lung (pink)

 

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