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Chest Radiology II
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Look at heart border. Rt looks okay, but hazy at bottom left.
May have fluid at area of hilum. Possible mass, need CT
Flattened diaphragm, emphesemia in a woman and heart looks like it is hanging.
On left side, we see a calcified granuloma. Little bit of scholiosis.
Female-post lobecetomy. Chest tube, Clip by the rt hilar (clip to hold major artery).
Upper right lobe has not completed expanded. Possible effusion or pneumonia—costophrenic angle on left.
Look for lung markings-can see it on the rt side of the chest. Look for lung line on left side. Left side collapsed-Tension pneumothorax. Tx with cather
Pheumothorax on right side. More than 25%--needs chest tube.
Pt was told to take it easy and come back in if worse, Pt came in next day to be admitted for progression of pneumothorax
Rib and lung line can look similar.
Air on the diaphragm. Perforation of stomach, sm or large. This will be painful and may radiate as shoulder pn. Pheumopartineum
Pulmonarycontusion. Ribs broke-trauma.
NG tube to stomach
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