CT of Congenital Lung Lesions in Pediatric Patients
AJR 2004; 183:1497-1506.
Daltro P, Fricke BL, Kuroki I, Domingues R, Donnelly LF.
Congenital lung lesions in children may involve the lung parenchyma, bronchi, arterial supply, and venous drainage. Such lesions may present with respiratory symptoms at birth or may be detected incidentally either before or after birth. Chest radiography may detect many of these lesions. CT may be useful in confirming the presence of the lesion, determining the extent of the lesion, and defining associated abnormalities.