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Luftsichel Sign
Santiago Martínez-Jiménez, MD
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KEY FACTS

  • Terminology

    • Imaging

      • Top Differential Diagnoses

        • Pathology

          Selected References

          1. Von Ende E et al: Primary pulmonary anaplastic large cell lymphoma: a rare malignancy and rare cause of the Luftsichel sign. Case Rep Radiol. 2018:8574642, 2018
          2. Neelakantan S et al: Luftsichel sign. BMJ Case Rep. 2016, 2016
          3. Sriram PS et al: Luftsichel sign and juxtaphrenic peak sign. BMJ Case Rep. 2015, 2015
          4. Algın O et al: Signs in chest imaging. Diagn Interv Radiol. 17(1):18-29, 2011
          5. Marshall GB et al: Signs in thoracic imaging. J Thorac Imaging. 21(1):76-90, 2006
          6. Yiu MW et al: Focal area of hyperlucency on a chest radiograph. Respiration. 68(5):545-7, 2001
          7. Blankenbaker DG: The luftsichel sign. Radiology. 208(2):319-20, 1998
          8. Mohammed JR et al: Stimulation of the nucleus raphe obscurus produces marked serotonin release into the dorsal medulla of fed but not fasted rats--glutamatergic dependence. Brain Res. 695(1):100-3, 1995
          9. Webber M et al: The Luftsichel: an old sign in upper lobe collapse. Clin Radiol. 32(3):271-5, 1981
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          KEY FACTS

          • Terminology

            • Imaging

              • Top Differential Diagnoses

                • Pathology

                  Selected References

                  1. Von Ende E et al: Primary pulmonary anaplastic large cell lymphoma: a rare malignancy and rare cause of the Luftsichel sign. Case Rep Radiol. 2018:8574642, 2018
                  2. Neelakantan S et al: Luftsichel sign. BMJ Case Rep. 2016, 2016
                  3. Sriram PS et al: Luftsichel sign and juxtaphrenic peak sign. BMJ Case Rep. 2015, 2015
                  4. Algın O et al: Signs in chest imaging. Diagn Interv Radiol. 17(1):18-29, 2011
                  5. Marshall GB et al: Signs in thoracic imaging. J Thorac Imaging. 21(1):76-90, 2006
                  6. Yiu MW et al: Focal area of hyperlucency on a chest radiograph. Respiration. 68(5):545-7, 2001
                  7. Blankenbaker DG: The luftsichel sign. Radiology. 208(2):319-20, 1998
                  8. Mohammed JR et al: Stimulation of the nucleus raphe obscurus produces marked serotonin release into the dorsal medulla of fed but not fasted rats--glutamatergic dependence. Brain Res. 695(1):100-3, 1995
                  9. Webber M et al: The Luftsichel: an old sign in upper lobe collapse. Clin Radiol. 32(3):271-5, 1981