Kerley B lines – thin 1 to 2 cm horizontal lines which…

Kerley B lines – thin 1 to 2 cm horizontal lines which extend to the pleural surface. They represent thickened subpleural interlobular septa due to lymphatic engorgement most commonly related to pulmonary interstitial oedema. They are best seen at the lung bases.

via our Instagram – Dr FRANK Gaillard, Dr Andrew DIXON, Dr Jeremy JONES, Dr HANI Alsalam, Dr BRUNO Di Muzio, Dr MATT Skalski

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