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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
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
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