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The peribronchovascular interstitium refers to the connective tissue sheath that encloses the bronchi, pulmonary arteries, and lymphatic vessels. It extends from the hilar regions through to the lung peripheries.
There are many diseases that may affect the peribronchovascular interstitium.
These include 2:
- entities that show a predilection for lymphatic routes
- entities that mainly affect the peribronchovascular interstitium without a predominant perilymphatic distribution