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Chest X-Rays Every Resident Should Know Part 2 Arcot J. Chandrasekhar, M.D., F.A.C.P. Professor of Medicine Loyola University of Chicago email@example.com
Solitary pulmonary nodule Feeding vessel Cardiomegaly Hereditary hemorrhagic telengiectasia
LUL Cavitating Mass Thick wall Air fluid level Lung cancer
Bilateral thin walled cavities Cancer Cervix
Burnt out Sarcoidosis Fungous ball
Sub acute invasive aspergillosis Crescentic break down
Sub acute invasive aspergillosis
Fluid level in mediastinum Cancer Esophagus
Fluid level in Esophagus
Loss of right heart margin Pectus excavatum
Anterior mediastinal nodes Lymphoma
Anterior mediastinal nodes Lymphoma
Anterior mediastinal mass Teratoma
Anterior mediastinal mass
Hyperlucent Hyperinflated lungs Avasculr zones
Extrapleural mass Cat under the rug sign Plasmacytoma rib
Expansile Rib lesion Concave edge
Inlet to outlet shadow Dissecting aneurysm aorta
Inlet to outlet shadow Achalasiacardia
Wedge Pulmonary infarct
Symmetrical hilar nodes Paratracheal nodes AP window nodes Alveolar lung infiltrate Sarcoidosis
Alveolar form Sarcoidosis
Calcified nodes Clumpy pattern Histoplasmosis
Chest X-Rays Every Resident Should Know Part 1
Chest X-ray Path correlation Normal structures Densities Genesis of abnormal densities Localization Pathological correlation Steps in evaluation of CXR.
Tension hydropneumothorax Air fluid level at right costophrenic angle Deeper right costophrenic angle as compared to the left Contralateral shift of mediastinum.
Pathology of lung.
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1 By Dr. Zahoor. 2 1 Answer 1 Right middle lobe pneumonia (abnormal whiteness in the right lung) 3.
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Staph Aureus. Staph Aureus Bronchopneumonia, Fig. 1 Poorly marginated large nodular areas of consolidation are seen in the periphery of both lungs.
AFAMS Residency Orientation April 16, 2012
Basics of Chest Imaging
AUNT MINNIES/CLASSICS. An Aunt Minnie case is like your familiar Aunt. You just look at her and you recognize her. That’s who it is. It doesn’t take a.
Computed Tomography II
1 By Dr. Zahoor. Question 1 A 36 year old male patient presents with tiredness, headaches and following is the blood count: Hb 9.2 g/dl MCV 109 fl.
Basic Chest Radiology 2 Airspace shadowing Nodes, nodules and masses Air where it should not be!
R vd Berg 3 Feb 25 year old male HIV Seen 1/12 ago with a right pleural effusion Started on TB-treatment Now presents with a mediastinal.
Micronodular(miliary)disease TB Histoplasmosis Chicken box Sarcoidosis LCH Pneumoconiosis Alveolar microlithiasis Metastasis.
Various Chest disease & their XR findings & appearance.
Radiological signs of Disease
Introduction to Chest Diseases
Chest X-ray Interpretation
Radiology Packet 11 Pulmonary Patterns.
In the name of GOD Mediastinum Anatomy.
BASIC CHEST RADIOLOGY 3.
X-Ray Rounds Plain Chest Radiographs
Kunal D Patel Research Fellow IMM
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The Chest X-Ray.
The Radiological Diagnostics of the Respiratory System
Basic Chest Radiology for the TB Clinician
Chest X-Ray Review.
TB, Lung Abscess, and Cystic Fibrosis
Chest Radiography Interpretation
The silhouette sign (Felson) And its derivatives Etienne Leroy Terquem – Pierre L’Her SPI / ISP S outien P neumologique International / I nternational.
The mediastinum Anterior mediastinum Middle mediastinum Posterior mediastinum.
Chest X-Ray Interpretation for the Internist
Reading Chest Radiographs
Chest CT: Thymoma Robert A. Novelline, M.D. Scholar Professor of Radiology Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, MA.
Radiological Signs of Chest Disorders (Part 1)
X-Rays 3 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.
Abnormal chest xrays……………….
CASE 1: type A thymoma 83 year old woman. CT images show well defined mass with homogeneous enhancement that contains lobules. Note also fatty plane.
Respiratory System RT 91 Chapter 3. Normal Two View CXR.
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