Dawson's Fingers - radiology, Ovoid lesions perpendicular to the ventricles. Dawson fingers are typical for MS and are the result of inflammation around penetrating venules. These veins are perpendicular to the ventricular surface.
Scimitar syndrome - the "scimitar" appearance of the anomalous pulmonary vein in the right lung - a tubular structure paralleling the right heart border in the shape of a Turkish sword (“scimitar”). The right heart border may be blurred.