A diagnostic approach to Chest Diseases Differential diagnosis based on Roentgenographic patterns. Lillintong, Jamplis. Williams & Wilkins. 1965 y 1977.
This is a practical guide in the determination of the correct diagnosis in the patient with bronchopulmonary disease. Contents include patient history and physical examination, outline of the roentgenographic patterns in bronchopulmonary disease, major roentgenographic patternns, differential diagnosis of the solitary circumscribed pulmonary nodule, large circumscribed lesions, multiple nodular lesions, lobar and segmental consolidation, bronchial obstructions and atelectasis, single and multiple noncricumscribed lesions, cavitary and cystic lesions, unilateral and bilateral hypertranslucency, unilateral and bilateral hilar enlargement, bilateral perihilar shadows, diffuse disseminated reticular and miliary shadows, intrathoracic calcifications, linear, bandlike and tubular shadows, pleural effusions, pneumothorax, complete opacification of one hemithorax, mediastinal lesions, diaphragmatic abnormalities, apical and subapical lesions, hemoptysis, and cough. A practical guide for the physician engaged in the clinical investigation of patients with undiagnosed bronchopulmonary diseases