Reticular interstitial pattern

Last revised by Joachim Feger on 26 Jan 2024

Reticular interstitial pattern is one of the patterns of linear opacification in the lung. It can either mean a plain film or HRCT/CT feature. 



Reticulation can be subdivided by the size of the intervening pulmonary lucency into fine, medium and coarse. Diseases with a predominantly reticular pattern can be subdivided by the acuteness of their presentation.

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