Three cases of pulmonary sequestration evaluated by bolus dynamic computed tomography are described. The computed tomography appearance and the differential diagnosis are discussed. It is important to recognize the advantages of the bolus dynamic technique in the evaluation of pulmonary sequestration as it may eliminate the need for further studies.
- Computed tomography, contrast enhancement
- Lung, abnormalities
- Lung, computed tomography
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging