Radiation pneumonitis and fibrosis are not uncommon following radiotherapy for breast, lung and mediastinal lesions, often asymptomatic and have characteristic patterns that allow the diagnosis

Radiation Pneumonitis and Fibrosis

Radiation pneumonitis and fibrosis are not uncommon following radiotherapy for breast, lung and mediastinal lesions, often asymptomatic and have characteristic patterns that allow the diagnosis.

Bhavin Jankharia

This 69-years old lady with carcinoma breast came for a PET/CT following chemotherapy and radiotherapy for response evaluation. Subpleural lung opacities were seen, typical of radiation pneumonitis.

The video explains the case and presents a pictorial essay on different forms of radiation pneumonitis and fibrosis.

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