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Figure 6 (A-D): LDCT for evaluation of ILD. (A) Axial image of LDCT in high resolution reconstruction algorithm in a 65-year old chronic smoker with suspected ILD. (B and C) Routine axial and coronal reconstruction in lung window allow evaluation of cranio-caudal and axial distribution of reticulations, interlobular septal thickening and macrocysts. (D) Curved MPR along the axis of bronchus (black arrow) allows distinction between honeycombing or macrocysts and traction bronchiolectasis

Figure 6 (A-D): LDCT for evaluation of ILD. (A) Axial image of LDCT in high resolution reconstruction algorithm in a 65-year old chronic smoker with suspected ILD. (B and C) Routine axial and coronal reconstruction in lung window allow evaluation of cranio-caudal and axial distribution of reticulations, interlobular septal thickening and macrocysts. (D) Curved MPR along the axis of bronchus (black arrow) allows distinction between honeycombing or macrocysts and traction bronchiolectasis