CHEST: Miscellaneous Pulmonary Conditions

F-52Increased Radiolucency of Both Lungs (Bilateral Hyperinflation)
F-53Unilateral Hyperlucent Segment, Lobe, Lung, or Hemithorax (See also F-52)
F-54Congenital Lobar Emphysema (Lobar Air Trapping)
F-55Neonatal Respiratory Distress
F-56Bubbly Lungs in Infants and Children
F-57Bilateral Underaeration (esp. in Children)
F-58Asymmetry of Lung Size
F-59Localized Chronic Pulmonary Infiltrate
F-60Unilateral Diffuse Lung Disease
F-61Bilateral Basilar Pulmonary Disease
F-62Retrocardiac Lesion
F-63Blurring of the Heart Border on PA Chest Film
F-64Subpleural or Peripheral Lesion Arising in Lung (See also F-125)
F-65Long Linear or Curvilinear Shadow(s) in the Lung
F-66Combined Skin and Widespread Lung or Pleural Disorder
F-67Combined Lung and Bone Disorder
F-68Pulmonary Disease with Eosinophilia
F-69Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis (Extrinsic Allergic Alveolitis {EAA}, Organic Dust Disease)
F-70-SInorganic Dusts that Cause Pneumoconiosis
F-71-SILO 1980 International Classification of Radiographs of the Pneumoconioses
F-72-SNoxious Vapors that Cause Pulmonary Damage
F-73-SDrugs or Chemicals that Can Induce Lung Disease
F-74-SPulmonary Pathogenic Microorganisms
F-75-SCommon Pulmonary Opportunistic Organisms
F-76-SConditions that Predispose to Opportunistic Pulmonary Infection
F-77Pulmonary Disease in AIDS or other Immunocompromised Patients