Jana Linhartová

Jana Linhartová

Jana Linhartová
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A Pancoast tumour otherwise known as superior sulcus tumour refers to a relatively uncommon situation where a primary bronchogenic carcinoma arises in the lung apex and invades the surrounding soft tissues.  Plain films demonstrate a soft tissue opacity at the apex of the lung. Occasionally rib involvement or extension into the supraclavicular fossa may be evident.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pancoast-tumour

A Pancoast tumour otherwise known as superior sulcus tumour refers to a relatively uncommon situation where a primary bronchogenic carcinoma arises in the lung apex and invades the surrounding soft tissues. Plain films demonstrate a soft tissue opacity at the apex of the lung. Occasionally rib involvement or extension into the supraclavicular fossa may be evident. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pancoast-tumour

Ebstein anomaly (c) Frontal view (same as a)  best depicts the box-shaped heart, an appearance caused by enlargement of the right atrium and hypoplasia of the pulmonary trunk.

Ebstein anomaly (c) Frontal view (same as a) best depicts the box-shaped heart, an appearance caused by enlargement of the right atrium and hypoplasia of the pulmonary trunk.

A 'box-shaped' heart is a radiographic description given to the cardiac silhouette in some cases of Ebstein anomaly. The appearance of this finding is caused by the combination of the following features:  huge right atrium that may fill the entire right hemithorax shelved appearance of the left cardiac contour due to the dilated right ventricular outflow tract or elevated residual right ventricle small aorta and main pulmonary artery.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/box-shaped-heart

A 'box-shaped' heart is a radiographic description given to the cardiac silhouette in some cases of Ebstein anomaly. The appearance of this finding is caused by the combination of the following features: huge right atrium that may fill the entire right hemithorax shelved appearance of the left cardiac contour due to the dilated right ventricular outflow tract or elevated residual right ventricle small aorta and main pulmonary artery. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/box-shaped-heart

Lobar pneumonia (also known as a non-segmental pneumonia or focal non-segmental pneumonia 7) is a radiological pattern associated with homogenous, fibrinosupparative consolidation of one or more lobes of a lung in response to a bacterial pneumonia.   http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lobar-pneumonia

Lobar pneumonia (also known as a non-segmental pneumonia or focal non-segmental pneumonia 7) is a radiological pattern associated with homogenous, fibrinosupparative consolidation of one or more lobes of a lung in response to a bacterial pneumonia. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lobar-pneumonia

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Adult Chest - Lateral - Radiographic Anatomy

Adult Chest - Lateral - Radiographic Anatomy

Pulmonary Edema

Pulmonary Edema

A 37-year-old woman presented with a productive cough and chills, which began four weeks earlier. She was given azithromycin (Zithromax), but her symptoms did not improve. Instead, she experienced increasing productive cough with dark, foul-smelling sputum, and midsternal and left back pain that worsened when coughing. She did not have hemoptysis.  Most likely diagnosis? aspergilloma, bronchiectasis, empyema, abscess - (click for more images)

A 37-year-old woman presented with a productive cough and chills, which began four weeks earlier. She was given azithromycin (Zithromax), but her symptoms did not improve. Instead, she experienced increasing productive cough with dark, foul-smelling sputum, and midsternal and left back pain that worsened when coughing. She did not have hemoptysis. Most likely diagnosis? aspergilloma, bronchiectasis, empyema, abscess - (click for more images)

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BE w/ Air and Terminal Ileum from KU Radiographic Anatomy

BE w/ Air and Terminal Ileum from KU Radiographic Anatomy