Melting ice cube sign (lungs)
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When there is pulmonary hemorrhage without infarction following PE, the typical wedge-shaped, pleural-based opacification (Hampton's hump) resolves within a week while preserving its typical shape. It is named due to its resemblance with a melting ice cube 1.