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Figure 1(A-G): Graphical representation of various types of bronchopulmonary vascular malinosculation. Type A, B, and C represent isolated bronchial, arterial, and venous malinosculations, respectively. Various combinations of Type A, B, and C result in bronchoarterial (D), bronchovenous (E), arteriovenous (F), and bronchoarteriovenous (G) malinosculations. (Image adapted from Lee et al.[5] and used after modification with authors permission)

Figure 1(A-G): Graphical representation of various types of bronchopulmonary vascular malinosculation. Type A, B, and C represent isolated bronchial, arterial, and venous malinosculations, respectively. Various combinations of Type A, B, and C result in bronchoarterial (D), bronchovenous (E), arteriovenous (F), and bronchoarteriovenous (G) malinosculations. (Image adapted from Lee <i>et al.</i>[5] and used after modification with authors permission)