Microcystic honeycombing

Last revised by Joshua Yap on 27 Apr 2023

Microcystic honeycombing is an HRCT imaging descriptor not in common use that is given to denote extremely small cysts typically occurring in a subpleural location on a background of interstitial lung disease. Some authors suggest that the size of cysts should be <4 mm in order to be classified as microcystic honeycombing 2 and it has been associated with:

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