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Figure 1: Frontal chest radiograph (right) showing features of interstitial pulmonary edema. Radiographic signs (shown in the figure) that suggest interstitial pulmonary edema include loss of definition of large pulmonary vessels, the appearances of septal lines, interlobar septal thickening and diffuse reticular pattern associated with cardiomegaly. Both Kerley’s A and Kerley’s B lines are seen. The magnified view of the left costophrenic angle is from another patient, depicting Kerley’s B lines (left)

Figure 1: Frontal chest radiograph (right) showing features of interstitial pulmonary edema. Radiographic signs (shown in the figure) that suggest interstitial pulmonary edema include loss of definition of large pulmonary vessels, the appearances of septal lines, interlobar septal thickening and diffuse reticular pattern associated with cardiomegaly. Both Kerley’s A and Kerley’s B lines are seen. The magnified view of the left costophrenic angle is from another patient, depicting Kerley’s B lines (left)