Snippet 02: Centrilobular / Bronchocentric Nodules

A short discussion on centrilobular / bronchocentric nodules - how to diagnosis and characterize.

Bhavin Jankharia

A centrilobular / bronchocentric nodule is a nodule that occurs adjacent to the feeding vessel in the secondary pulmonary lobule, within or adjacent to the bronchus. I prefer the term bronchocentric to centrilobular.

This video explains

  1. How to identify centrilobular / bronchocentric nodules
  2. How to differentiate among the various etiologies that cause these nodules
  3. How to play around with the scans to help with both 1 and 2
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