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1 1 What is this opacity: A:Pulmonary vessel B: Bronchus C. Mass like lymph node

2 2 Is this chest X ray suitable for interpretation? Answer: Yes or No. Briefly justify the answer

3 3 Select the answer: A. Miliary TBB. Pulmonary oedema C. PCPD. Normal chest X ray

4 4 Select 1 answer: A.Pleural effusion B.Pneumonia C.Lung mass D.Atelectasis

5 5 Clinical findings: Good physical condition, mild haemoptysis, mild fever no cough. What is the most probable diagnosis? Select 1 answer: A.TB infiltrate B. Pneumonia C. Tumor D. Normal CXR

6 6 Select 1 answer: A: bacterial pneumonia A.Tuberculosis B.Lung cancer C.Normal CXR Fever, weight loss, and worsening condition for more than 3 monthes. Productive cough, but sputum not yet available

7 7 Young man with high fever and right thoracic pain with acute onset What is the most probable diagnosis? Select 1 answer: A: Bacterial pneumonia,B: Atelectasis C tubervulosis D: pleural effusion

8 8 Cough,and weight loss. Do you think TB is possible in this patient having AFB sputum negative? Answer: Yes or No

9 9 a and b 9a: Select one answer: A.Cardiac failure B.Pericardial effusion C. Dilated cardiomyopathy 9b: Select one answer: A.Cardiac failure B.Pericardial effusion C. Normal chest Xray 9 b 9 a

10 10 Select 1 answer: A: Nomal CXR B: Lung mass C: Pneumonia D: Pleural effusion Fever and purulent sputum, acute onset

11 11 HIV patient with severe dyspnea and non-productive cough. Select 1 answer: A.normal CXR B.Miliary TB C.Cardiogenic pulmonary oedema D.Pneumocystis

12 12 Select 1 answer: A: Normal CXR B: Middle lobe atelectasis C: Right inf. lobe atelectasis D: Bacterial pneumonia

13 13 Man, 50 years old, alcoholism and smoking worsening condition, t° 40°C, cough, purulent sputum. Repeated sputum AFB negative What is the most probable diagnosis? Select 1 answer: A.Tuberculous cavity B.Lung cancer C.Lung abcess D.Aspergilloma

14 14 Select 1 answer: A.Bilateral pneumoniaB. Pulmonary TB C. Acute pulmonary oedemaD. None of the above Acute dyspnea with clear sputum and bilateral crepitations. No fever

15 15 Female, 25 years old. Fever, slight cough, and little weight loss for 2 months Select 1 answer: A.Normal CXR B.Vascular enlargement C. Mediastinal adenopathy D. TB cavity

16 A: Normal chest X-ray B: TB infiltrate C: Pulmonary oedema D: Mediastinal adenopathy 16 Last one for the best…


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