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Approach to viewing Chest x-ray Basics A.J. Chandrasekhar Created : 10/28/2003 Reviewed 12/20/2010
Is the film centered Is it PA or AP film Is it exposed properly Is it a good inspiration film
Is this film centered?
Difficult to evaluate the position of mediastinum if the film is not centered.
Is this film centered?
Is this a PA or AP film?
Why do you have to know whether it is PA or AP film?
Is the exposure appropriate?
Is this a good inspiration film? Yes
How do you number ribs?
Draw the outline of Mediastinum.
Identify costophrenic angles
What determines position of diaphragm?
What is the significance of Breast shadows
How do you assess position of Mediastinum?
Do you know where each lobe projects?
Identify left and right diaphragm
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