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4. CXR (2010 C1)

4. CXR (2010 C1) - Chest Imaging 1 Abnormal Cases Bone...

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Chest Imaging 1
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2 Abnormal Cases Bone Cardiovascular Airspace Disease including Silhouette Sign Interstitial Disease and Pulmonary Edema Atelectasis Pulmonary Nodule Pleura and Diaphragm Mediastinal Mass
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3 Bone and Soft Tissues
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Fractures 4
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5 Presenting CXR
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7 MRI Computed Tomography Pancoast Tumour
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8 Cardiovascular
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9 154 slides Increased Cardiac Size: Can be Cardiac or Pericardial Pericardial Effusion Dilated Cardiomyopathy What imaging would you use to differentiate between the two ?
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10 154 slides Left Ventricular Enlargement Enlargement of Left Ventricle Left Ventricle IVC
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Pulmonary embolism
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Pulmonary embolism
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Airspace Disease and Silhouette Sign 14
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15 Normal lung Individual alveoli are too small to resolve, but together they appear radiolucent.
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16 Air-space Disease Filling of alveoli by: water, blood, pus, proteinaceous fluid, or cells -opacities -consolidation
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Air-space pattern of lung disease 17
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18 Airspace Disease Filling in of acini (air space) Air space (acinar) nodules Coalesce to consolidation Air bronchograms Silhouette Sign
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19 Air Space Disease: Etiology Water -Pulmonary Edema Pus -Infections, Non-infectious inflammatory process Blood-Pulmonary Hemmorhage Protein-Alveolar Proteinosis Tumour-BAC, Lymphoma
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20 154 slides Bronchopneumonia Pattern: Airspace Nodules
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