CHEST: Pleural, Extrapleural, and Chest Wall Lesions

F-111Pneumothorax
F-112Bronchopleural Fistula
F-113Pleural Effusion with Normal Lungs (See also F-114)
F-114Pleural Effusion with Associated Pulmonary, Cardiac, or Mediastinal Disease
F-115Small Pleural Effusion with Subsegmental Atelectasis
F-116Pleural Effusion with Enlarged Heart
F-117Pleural Effusion Associated with Abdominal Disease
F-118-S1Pleural Effusion Containing Eosinophiles
F-118-S2Type of Pleural Fluid - Transudate (protein less than 3 g/dl)
F-118-S3Type of Pleural Fluid - Exudate (protein greater than 3 g/dl)
F-119Hemothorax
F-120Chylothorax (Lymphothorax)
F-121Massive Pleural Effusion
F-122Opacification of One Hemithorax
F-123-1Pleural Thickening
F-123-2Nodular or Tumor-Like Pleural Thickening
F-124Pleural Calcification
F-125-1Pleural Mass (See also F-126)
F-125-2Multiple Pleural Masses
F-126Extrapleural or Chest Wall Lesion (esp. on CT, MRI) (including those associated with rib destruction) (See also F-125-1)
F-127Axillary Mass (CT, MRI)
F-128Pediatric Chest Wall or Rib Cage Lesion, Osseous or Soft Tissue (esp. on CT, MRI)
F-129Congenital Syndromes with Pectus Carinatum (Pigeon Breast) (Same as D-209-2)
F-130Congenital Syndromes with Pectus Excavatum (Funnel Chest) (Same as D-209-3)
F-131Congenital Syndromes with a Short, Narrow Thoracic Cage
F-132Fetal or Neonatal Chest Anomalies or Malformations (Ultrasound, Plain Films)