The shred sign. Typical alveolar consolidation, with a frank tissular pattern arising from the pleural line, and here, a highly irregular, shredded border (arrows), since the consolidation is in contact with aerated lung: the shred sign. The shred line is completely different from the regular lung line. In spite of the ill-defined quality (see the letters, showing major loss of definition), the image is self-speaking
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