Chest X-rays for Medical Students
Chest X-rays for Medical Students is a unique teaching and learning resource that offers students, junior doctors, trainee radiologists, nurses, physiotherapists and nurse practitioners a basic understanding of the principles of chest radiology.
Ideal for study and clinical reference, this book will be the ideal companion for any medical student, junior doctor or trainee radiographer.
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Chest Xray CXR views
Presenting a chest radiograph
What to look for in B Breathing
What to look for in C Circulation 18
What to look for in D Disability 19
Common conditions and their radiological signs
Pulmonary embolism 94 Selfassessment questions
Heart failure 95
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2011 by Blackwell 2011 John Wiley abnormal chest radiograph adequate inspiration air bronchogram Anthony Dux black dotted line bony abnormality bronchial carcinoma cardiomegaly carinal angle cause Cavitation chest radiographs showing chest X-ray Christopher Clarke contours and hila Date taken diaphragm evidence of air Example 1 Figure fibrosis film fluid foreign body fracture or bony haemothorax hemidiaphragm hemithorax hila appear normal horizontal fissure identical chest radiographs left lower lobe left upper lobe look lower lobe collapse lung fields lungs are uniformly lymph nodes mainstem bronchus malignant marked in blue marked in green mass lesion Median sternotomy mediastinal mediastinal contours mediastinal shift mediastinum mesothelioma metastasis opacity patient pleural effusion pleural space pneumonectomy pneumoperitoneum Present this radiograph Published 2011 pulmonary oedema right heart border right hemidiaphragm right radiograph shows right upper lobe rotated septal lines shadowing surgical emphysema tension pneumothorax thoracic cavity tissue trachea trachea is central tumour upper lobe collapse X-rays for Medical