Radiography - Forearm : Radius, Ulna, Capitulum of humerus, Tuberosity of ulna, Radial tuberosity, Pronator tuberosity, Interosseous border
Typical skeletal phenotypic features of Marfan syndrome presenting as a right-sided pneumothorax but with marked cardiovascular manifestations including aortic root dilatation and aortic regurgitation with resultant left ventricular enlargement.
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Emphysema is one end of the spectrum of findings in COPD. The disease is usually quite pronounced by the time the typical appearances are evidence on a plain radiograph. In this case the hyperinflated nature of the lungs is very readily apparen.
Rt.middle lobe consolidation refers to consolidation in part (incomplete) or all (complete) of the Rt middle lobe. features of right middle lobe (RML) consolidation on CXR include: opacification of the RML abutting the horizontal fissure indistinct right heart border loss of the medial aspect of the right hemidiaphragm air bronchograms http://radiopaedia.org/articles/right-middle-lobe-consolidation
Westermark sign is a sign of pulmonary embolus (PE) seen on chest radiographs. Along with Fleishner sign and Hampton hump, it makes one of the three described signs of pulmonary embolus on chest radiographs.
Thoracic aortic aneurysms are relatively uncommon compared to abdominal aortic aneurysms. There is a wide range of causes, and the ascending aorta is most commonly affected. CTA and MRA are the modalities of choice to image this condition.