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NORMAL X-RAY TRACHEA AORTIC KNOB (ARCH) CARINA HILUM HEART COSTOPHRENIC SULCUS DIAPHRAGM
How to read an x-ray? 1. Start from upper A bdomen 2. Look at T horacic cage (soft tissues and bones) 3. M ediastinum 4. L ung- unilateral 5. L ung- bilateral A T M L L
ABDOMEN Gastric bubble
THORAX (BONES) Ribs Sternum Spine Shoulder girdle Clavicles
THORAX (SOFT TISSUES) Breast shadows Supraclavicular areas Axillae Tissues along side of breasts
MEDIASTINUM TRACHEA AORTIC KNOB (ARCH) CARINA HILUM HEART
MEDIASTINUM Heart size on PA Right side Inferior vena cava Right atrium Ascending aorta Superior vena cava
LUNGS First look - start from right costophrenic angle then left lung and costophrenic angle Second look – side by side comparison of the lungs
LUNG FIELDS AND HILA Hilum Pulmonary arteries Pulmonary veins Lungs Linear and fine nodular shadows of pulmonary vessels Blood vessels
Blood Flow Through the Heart. Right Lung Left Lung.
Spokane Community College Film critique. Overview CXR - Upright PA -Upright Lateral Anatomy - Lungs - Heart -Cervical & Thoracic Spines - Ribs - Shoulder.
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Pulmonary Radiology Rui Domingues, MD Lincoln Mental and Medical Center September 2008.
Chest X-Ray. X-rays- describe radiation which is part of the spectrum which includes visible light, gamma rays and cosmic radiation. Unlike visible light,
Aim: How is blood circulated in the human heart? I. Heart Circulation A. Heart is divided into 2 sides (left and right) 1. Left side contains oxygenated.
Chest X-ray Interpretation Dr C. Lokubalasooriya.
Radiological Anatomy Of The Chest. Objectives By the end of the lecture you should be able to: 1- Identify the bones of the thoracic cage. 2- Identify.
Radiological Anatomy Of The Chest. Objectives By the end of the lecture the students should be able to: 1- Identify the bones of the thoracic cage. 2-
Thoracic Imaging Chest Radiography and other techniques.
Intro to Radiology. Radiodensity as a function of composition, with thickness kept constant.
X-Rays Kunal D Patel Research Fellow IMM. The 12-Steps 1: Name 2: Date 3: Old films 4: What type of view(s) 5: Penetration 6: Inspiration 7: Rotation.
Radiological features of the Heart Dr. Nivin Sharaf MD LMCC.
Chest X-ray Interpretation Bucky Boaz, ARNP-C. Introduction Routinely obtained Pulmonary specialist consultation Inherent physical exam limitations Chest.
Radiological Anatomy Of The Chest By the end of the lecture you should be able to: 1- Identify the bones of the thoracic cage. 2- Identify superficial.
Case1. case1 1Clavicular companion shadow2Trachea3Aortic arch (knob)4Lateral border of descending aorta5Main pulmonary artery 6Azygo- esophageal line7Posterior.
RADIOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE CHEST Dr. Ahmad Amer Al-Boukai Radiology Department KKUH - KSU.
Basic Chest X-Ray Interpretation Deb Updegraff, C.N.S., PICU.
Densities Techniques Anatomy CXR Interpretation.
Basic Chest X-Ray Interpretation. Different tissues in our body absorb X-rays at different extents: Bone- high absorption (white) Tissue- somewhere in.
Radiological Anatomy of Thorax Dr. Jamila Elmedany & Prof. Saeed Abuel Makarem.
Radiological Anatomy of Thorax Prof. Saeed Abuel Makarem & Dr. Jamila Elmedany.
Lt Lung 3) Tricuspid Valve 1) Superior Vena Cava 1) Inferior Vena Cava 2) Right Atrium Heart Rt Lung Oxygen poor blood 1 Superior Vena Cava Right Atrium.
The Cardiovascular System A closed system of the heart and blood vessels The heart pumps blood Blood vessels allow blood to circulate to all parts of.
Illustration copyright © McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Ltd.
CT_Chest labeling by Beatrice Grasu, JCESOM Class of 2011 Review on file: Mildly prominent right paratrachial soft tissue density but otherwise normal.
Auricle of left atrium Auricle of right atrium Right ventricle left ventricle Superior vena cava Pulmonary trunk Aortic arch Apex.
© Boardworks Ltd of 36 © Boardworks Ltd of 36 The Pathway of Blood.
THE MEDIASTINUM THE MEDIASTINUM Dr. Ahmed Fathalla Ibrahim Identify: 1)Heart 2)Diaphragm 3)Thoracic vertebra 4)Sternum
The Pericardium Position :The heart lies in the middle of the chest cavity (mediastinum ) between the 2 lungs. The heart is deviated to the left side.
Why do our bodies need to circulate blood?? Our bodies circulate blood to get rid of carbon dioxide and to spread oxygen.
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Vocal cords Epiglottis Opening to esophagus Hyoid bone.
HEART Made of cardiac muscle a. Right atrium – receives blood from whole body b. Left atrium Receives blood from lungs c. Right ventricle –
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Descriptive anatomy based on three-dimensional imaging of the body, organs, and structures using a series of computer multiplane sections, displayed by.
Heart Parts 1. Superior Vena Cava- collects deoxygenated blood from the upper regions of the body and returns it to the right atrium. 2. Right Atrium-
Superior vena cava Aorta Pericardium (cut) Pulmonary trunk Apex of heart.
Mediastinum. Pericardium Chambers of The Heart Pathway of Blood Through the Heart Deoxygenated blood from the body returns to via the vena cava and.
Normal cardiothoracic imaging landmarks, PA view.
Chest Radiography 2/25/2010jh. CXR Different tissues in our body absorb X-rays in different amounts : –Radiolucent- (see through) Black –Radiopaque.
THE HEART A pump made of cardiac muscle that pushes blood to our cells.
Anus: structured opening behind the scrotum. Scrotum Urogenital opening Tail.
LUNG Bronchial Tree The right main bronchus The right main bronchus Wider Wider More vertical More vertical.
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