GENERAL RADIOLOGY

Breast Imaging

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Chapter TWO Breast Imaging MARY SCOTT SOO CHAPTER EDITOR Margaret E. Williford Ruth Walsh Phyllis J. Kornguth Danielle L. Wellman Adam Charles Braithwaite Beth Whiteside CASE 1 MARGARET E.WILLIFORD AND…

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LINES, AND CATHETERS

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    Discussion   As you looked at this film, you noticed, of course, the endotracheal tube malpositioned in the left mainstem bronchus. You also noticed the lack of definition…

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4: TUBES, LINES AND CATHETERS

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    ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE   Many patients are treated for respiratory failure and thus a patent airway and adequate oxygenation are critical components of their care. There are many problems…

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AND COLLAPSE

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    Discussion   The portable film reveals almost total opacification of the left lung, with loss of the left hemidiaphragm and the left cardiac border. Only a small bit…

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6: PNEUMONIA

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    The common pathogens in nosocomial pneumonia are aerobic gram negative organisms and Staphylococcus aureus.82 Gram negative pneumonias have become much more frequent over the past two decades due…

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PNEUMONIA

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    Discussion   The portable film reveals infiltrates bilaterally. Note the basilar position of the infiltrates, quite characteristic of a patient who has been intubated for a long period…

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BAROTRAUMA

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    Discussion   The film now reveals persistent left lower lobe and left upper lobe pneumonia. Note the obliteration of most of the left cardiac border, secondary to the…

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EDEMA

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    Discussion   Portable film reveals the heart to be at the upper limits of normal. Note the classic appearance of pulmonary edema with bilateral perihilar fluid, loss of…

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ARDS

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    Discussion   This patient’s film reveals an extensive confluent infiltrate in the right lower lung field. One could assume that this represents an extensive pneumonia. There are however,…

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5: BAROTRAUMA

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    Cardiac catheterization can also be a relatively common cause of pneumothorax; its incidence after subclavian vein puncture is between 0.3% and 3%, but it almost never occurs after…

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