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Figure 4: Type I Congenital pulmonary airway malformation. (a) Coronal T2-weighted image at 25 weeks of foetal life. Huge multi-cystic mass of the left hemithorax with right mediastinal shift. (b) X-ray at birth with inhomogeneous aeric pattern of the left hemithorax and right shift of the mediastinum. (c and d) transverse and coronal CT-scan images at 4 days of life. Large air-fi lled cystic areas of the left lower lobe with subtle pneumotorax and normal upper left lobe

Figure 4: Type I Congenital pulmonary airway malformation. (a) Coronal T2-weighted image at 25 weeks of foetal life. Huge multi-cystic mass of the left hemithorax with right mediastinal shift. (b) X-ray at birth with inhomogeneous aeric pattern of the left hemithorax and right shift of the mediastinum. (c and d) transverse and coronal CT-scan images at 4 days of life. Large air-fi lled cystic areas of the left lower lobe with subtle
pneumotorax and normal upper left lobe