An overview of how to assess the airways, bones, and soft tissues on chest X-ray, including the important etiologies of common radiographic abnormalities.
Video includes following images (among others):
Left atrial enlargement, downloaded from Radiopaedia.org, originally provided by Alexendra Stanislavsky.
Cervical ribs, downloaded from Radiopaedia.org, originally provided by Jeremy Jones.
Rib notching, downloaded from Radiopaedia.org, original uploader undetermined (image can no longer be located on site).
Sources for other images may include Wikimedia Commons, radiologypics.com, and Jose Caceres' wonderful radiology blog: Caceres Corner (http://blog.myesr.org/category/caceres-corner/)
Tagged under: chest -ray,cxr,radiograph,chest xray,radiography,airways,trachea,ribs,rib fracture,Chest Radiograph,Airway (Anatomical Structure),bone,steeple sign,cervical rib,subcutaneous emphysema,lytic lesion,sclerosis,broken rib
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