Medical Radiology 1992, pp 35-55

Diagnostic Imaging of the Normal Thymus

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Abstract

The thymus is by far the most frequent cause of an enlarged mediastinal shadow in newborns and infants. It varies enormously in size and shape (Fig. 5.1) and in general is well differentiated on chest radiographs up to the 2nd year of age or beyond.