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Core Exam Flip JK Amorosa
Name 5 causes of ptx 1.Spontaneous most common 2.COPD 3.Chronic cystic lung disease such as LAM, histiocytosis 4.Mets 5.Catamenial ptx
Rad signs of tension ptx 1.Contralateral mediastinal shift 2.Diaphragmatic depression 3.Rib cage expansion 4.Flattening of the contours of the R heart border and /or SVC
Nodule 1.Spiculated margins 2.Squamous cell ca 3.T1 mass size Best method of Dx
Pleural plaques are seen in people who have worked in 1.Mining 2.Insulation 3.Ship building 4.Brake lining
Pleural plaques 1.Unilateral 2.Symptomatic 3.Premalignant
Emphysema 1.Overinflation 2.Reduced vascularity 3.Flattening of diaphragms 4.Best imaging method: HRCT
Tracheal stenosis, etiologies: -trauma, most common: following prolonged ET, Sx, radiation -chronic inflammatory diseases (amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, relapsing polychondritis), -benign neoplasm (respiratory papillomatosis), -malignant neoplasm (primary tracheal, secondary invasion, metastatic) -collagen vascular diseases (tracheopathia osteoplastica, Wegener granulomatosis). Wenzel emedicine
Miliary pattern 1.TB, fungal, silicosis, sarcoidosis, met thyroid or melanoma 2.How does it disseminate: hematogenously
Pulmonary contusion occurs 1.Early: within 6 hours 2.Later: within 7 day 3.Resolves within 6 hours 4.Resolves within 7 days
Mesothelioma 1.More than 1 cm thick 2. circumferential 3.involves mediastinal surface 4.Nodular
Mesothelioma, pleural calcifications seen in 1.50% 2.20% 3.75% 4.80%
Pneumothorax on supine image 1.Hyperlucent upper abdominal quadrant 2.Double diaphragmatic contour 3.Deep sulcus sign
Anterior junction line is made up of how many pleural layers 1. 2 2. 4 3. 6
Posterior junction line 1. Extends above the clavicles 2. Does not extend above the clavicles
Which is seen more frequently? 1.Anterior junction line 2.Posterior junction line
ARDS 1.Clinical dx of acute respiratory failure with profound hypoxia and lung parenchymal opacities on chest X-ray
ARDS causes 1.Trauma 2.Sepsis 3.Aspiration 4. Inhaled toxins 5. Drug overdose 6.Transfusion
Cavity 1.Reactivation TB 2.Squamous cell ca 3.Vasculitis 4.Granulomatous
Right cardiophrenic mass 1.Pericardial cyst 2.Pericardial fat pad 3. Morgagni’s hernia 4.Lipoma 5.Thymolipoma 6.Epicardial lymphnodes
Cystic Fibrosis Inheritance Pattern 1.Autosomal recessive 2.Autosomal dominant
Treatment of hemoptysis for invasive aspergillosis 1.Surgical resection 2.Bronchialartery embolization
RLL andLLL segments RLL ALPM (anterior, lateral, posterior, medial) LLL ALP (anteromedial, lateral, posterior)
Anterior mediastinal mass Most common: thymic origin
Thymic mass 1.Thymoma – most common 2.Thymic hyperplasia 3. Thymolipoma 4.Thymic cyst 5.Thymic carcinoma-metastasizes hematogeneously 6.Thymic carcinoid
Subcarinal mass 1.Subcarinal LN 2.Bonchogenic cyst 3.Left atrial enlargement
Pneumomediastinum Decubitus image will show layering?
JK Amorosa Flip - Flop TB R1.
Case 2 STEPHANIE M. GO.
Chest Radiographs Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine
Pracical Aproach to Interstitial Lung Diseases
Reading Chest Radiographs
Airway Disease. Airway obstruction – increased volume –Acute: foreign body, aspiration –Chronic: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) –Partial.
Evaluation of Solitary Lung Mass
Micronodular(miliary)disease TB Histoplasmosis Chicken box Sarcoidosis LCH Pneumoconiosis Alveolar microlithiasis Metastasis.
Radiological Signs of Chest Disorders (Part 1)
Chest Radiography Interpretation
Iskander Al-Githmi, MD, FRCSC, FRCSC (Ts & CDs), FCCP
CXR of the Day!. Normal Chest X-Ray Pleural Effusion Blunted costophrenic angles Meniscus Sign.
Reading the CXR Frank Schembri Pulmonary / Critical Care.
CXR in Emergency Department
Silhouette Sign. Frontal X-ray Signs of Lobar Consolidation RUL – loss of upper right mediastinal border RML – loss of right heart border RLL – loss of.
For: Nottingham SCRUBS 26th August 2006 Presented by: Matthew
Lines and Tubes.
1 CHEST TRAUMA Blunt Trauma to the Chest Common result of industrial, military and road trauma Chest x-ray important in evaluating lung, mediastinal.
CXR interpretation in TB/HIV setting Training course
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