Radiopaedia Blog

21st Sep 2013 12:34 UTC

Radiology Quiz #1

35yo female with pain after minor trauma. What is the 'not to be missed' diagnosis?   



21st Sep 2013 08:35 UTC

Hyperdense MCA sign

1.  Middle Cerebral Artery Infarction 

  • learn how to identify the early signs of an MCA infarct on CT. What is the hyperdense MCA sign?

2.  Appendicitis 

  • learn how to diagnose this important surgical emergency with both CT and ultrasound. How thick is too thick?

3.  Extradural Hemorrhage 

  • learn the classic appearance of an extradural hematoma and the simple rules that can help distinguish it from subdural blood.

 4.  Acute Cholecystitis 

  • learn the typical ultrasound and CT features of cholecystitis and how to identify gallstones. What gallbladder wall thickness is considered too thick? 

 5.  Lobar Collapse 

  • learn how to recognize the 5 different types of pulmonary lobar collapse, an essential skill for any clinician. Which is the hardest one to detect? Collapse of which lobe will obscure the left hemi-diaphragm? 

21st Sep 2013 05:22 UTC

Crazy paving

  • Crazy paving - a CT chest appearance where the combination of septal thickening and alveolar ground-glass opacity creates a pattern that mimics paving. The sign is classically described in pulmonary alveolar proteinosis but can be caused by many other lung pathologies. 

20th Sep 2013 03:26 UTC

Welcome to the Radiopaedia blog

It has been a long time coming, but finally we have blog.

This will be the place were you get to hear about a whole bunch of stuff. Not only will there be special cases and quizes but also posts about any new features we are working on, and some tips about how to use existing features. Best of all, because (like any other blog) you have the ability to comment, we hope you will join in the discussion and help us make the site even better. 

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