Items tagged “shetty”

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Medial pneumothorax

Medial pneumothorax refers to the abnormal collection of air on medial aspect of the pleural cavity. This occurs when the quantity of air is small. Radiographic features Chest radiograph (supine) Seen as a linear lucent area along the medial aspect of lung at the interface of the pleural surf...
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Osteoid osteoma

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 25 Jan 2014
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Diffuse pulmonary nodules on HRCT (an approach)

A number of differentials must be kept in mind while approaching diffuse pulmonary nodules. Interpretation is easier if nodules are the only abnormality. These differentials can be narrowed down based on the several criteria: Based on appearance  miliary nodules   miliary tuberculosis silic...
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Diffuse pulmonary nodules

Diffuse pulmonary nodules are usually seen as multiple pulmonary nodular opacifications on a HRCT chest scan. They can signify disease processes affecting either the interstitium or the airspace. They can range from a few millimetres to up to 1 cm and when very small and numerous there can be so...
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Osteogenic sarcoma

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 25 Jan 2014
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Foreign bodies on chest x-ray

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 25 Jan 2014
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Bicornuate uterus

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 25 Jan 2014
66% complete
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Splenic vein

The splenic vein drains the spleen, part of the pancreas, and part of the stomach.  Gross anatomy Origin and course The splenic vein is formed by splenic tributaries emerging at the splenic hilum in the splenorenal ligament at the tip of the tail of pancreas. It runs in the splenorenal ligame...
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Lateral patellar dislocation

Lateral patellar dislocation refers to lateral displacement followed by dislocation of patella due to disruptive changes to the medial patellar retinaculum. Epidemiology Patellar dislocation accounts for ~3% of all knee injuries and is commonly seen in those individuals who participate in spor...
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Patellar dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 26 Jan 2014
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Osteochondroma

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 27 Jan 2014
100% complete
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Fong's disease

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 27 Jan 2014
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Computed tomography of the chest

Computed tomography (CT) of the chest is a cross-sectional evaluation of the heart, airways, lungs, mediastinum, and associated bones and soft tissues. Two key methods of image acquisition include: standard CT with 5 mm slice thickness for mediastinum and gross evaluation of lungs high-resolu...
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Pneumoperitoneum

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 28 Jan 2014
100% complete
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X-ray artifacts

Artifacts can present in a variety of ways including abnormal shadow noted on a radiograph or degraded image quality and have been produced by artificial means from hardware failure, operator error and software (post-processing) artifacts.  There are common and distinct artifacts for film, comp...
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Static artefact

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 28 Jan 2014
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Arterial calcification

Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 01 Feb 2014
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Oesophageal duplication cyst

Oesophageal duplication cysts are a type of congenital foregut duplication cyst. Epidemiology Less common compared to other foregut duplication cysts. There may be an increased male predilection 5. Clinical presentation Patients are generally asymptomatic but may complain of dysphagia due to...
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Paediatric mediastinal masses

Paediatric mediastinal masses are the most common chest masses in children, with the anterior mediastinum being the most common site 1. As in adults, mediastinal masses are classified depending on anatomical sites: anterior mediastinal masses middle mediastinal masses posterior mediastinal m...
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Evaluation of recurrent bone tumours

Recurrent bone tumours are a common complication post curettage or resection. Radiographic features Radiographs taken pre- and postoperatively are sufficient for evaluation of recurrence based on the following features: osteolytic changes cortical changes matrix mineralisation (characterist...

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