Platauf's hemorrages, incorrect

Platauf’s hemorrages, incorrect is ?
a) Sign of drowning
b) Subpleural hemorrhage
c) Mostly seen in middle lobe
d) All are true
Correct Answer - C
Ans. is ‘c’ i.e., Mostaly seen in middle lobe
Paltauf’s hemorrhages
They are subpleural haemorrhages present in cases of drowning
when alveolar walls rupture due to increased pressure during forced
expiration and produce haemorrhages.
They are shining pale pink or bluish red, and may be minute or 3-
5cm in diameter seen in lungs.
They are usually present in about 50 % cases in lower lobes of lungs
but may be seen on the anterior surfaces of lungs and the interlobar
surfaces.