Items tagged “chest x-ray”

66 results found
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Right upper lobe pneumonia

PA
Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 15 Dec 2011
47% complete
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Middle lobe pneumonia

PA
Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 15 Dec 2011
50% complete
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Middle lobe pneumonia

PA
Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 15 Dec 2011
50% complete
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Right upper lobe dystelectasis

PA
Diagnosis probable
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 15 Dec 2011
25% complete
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Right hemithorax white-out: pleural effusion

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Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 15 Dec 2011
79% complete
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Pericardial cyst

Diagnosis certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 17 Dec 2011
75% complete
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Right lower and middle lobe pneumonia, middle lobe dystelectasis

PA
Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 12 Jan 2012
38% complete
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Disseminated bronchoalveolar carcinoma

PA
Diagnosis certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 06 Feb 2012
79% complete
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Pneumothorax

PA
Diagnosis certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 09 Feb 2012
54% complete
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Lung masses

Diagnosis probable
Dr M Osama Yonso
Published 29 Feb 2012
38% complete
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Pacemaker electrode perforation of the heart

Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 05 Apr 2012
57% complete
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Sarcoidosis: stage 1 on chest radiograph

Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Christoph Berliner
Published 08 Mar 2013
79% complete
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Anterosuperior mediastinal mass (mnemonic)

The causes of an anterosuperior mediastinal mass can be remembered by using the mnemonic: 5 T's Mnemonic T: thymus-see primary tumours of the thymus T: thyroid-see primary tumours of the thyroid T: thoracic aorta-see causes of a dilated thoracic aorta T: terrible lymphoma T: teratoma and ...
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Chest x-ray lines and stripes

Chest x-ray lines and stripes are important to recognise on chest radiographs.  Lines are usually less than 1mm in width and are comprised of tissue outlined on either side by air and typically represent pleural-covered structures within the middle and superior mediastinum 1, 2: anterior junct...
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Right paratracheal stripe

The right paratracheal stripe is a normal finding on the frontal chest x-ray and represents the right tracheal wall, adjacent pleural surfaces and any mediastinal fat between them. It is visible because of the silhouette sign created by air within the trachea medially and air within the lung lat...
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Posterior wall of bronchus intermedius

The posterior wall of bronchus intermedius is a stripe formed by the interface of the posterior wall of bronchus intermedius and the air within the azygo-oesophageal recess 1. It normally measures between 0.5-2mm in thickness but is not considered abnormally thickened until it measures greater ...
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Chest radiograph zones

The chest radiograph zones are useful when describing the location of pathology on a frontal chest radiograph. The chest radiograph is a 2D representation of a 3D structure. Since the interfaces between the lobes are orientated obliquely, it is often not possible to determine which lobe patholo...
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Chest radiograph

The chest radiograph (CXR) is the most ubiquitous radiological investigation. Indications The chest radiograph is performed for a broad content of indications including but not limited to 1-4: respiratory disease cardiac disease haemoptysis   suspected pulmonary embolism investigation of ...
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Posterior junction line

The posterior junction (junctional) line is formed by the opposition of the pleural surfaces of the posteromedial surfaces of the upper lobes of the lungs, posteriorly to the oesophagus but anterior to the thoracic spine (usually T3-T5) 1, 2. There are many causes for an abnormal appearance of ...
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Left paratracheal stripe

The left paratracheal stripe is formed by the interface of the medial pleural surface of the left upper lobe and left lateral border of the trachea and/or or the fat adjacent 1 with air within each structure forming the outline. It may not be visible if the left upper lobe contacts the left subc...

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