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Diaphragmatic Hump - Normal Variant
Normal chest x-ray with diaphragmatic slips. When the lungs are hyperexpanded it is important not to confuse blunting of a costophrenic recess due to ...
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Imaging differential diagnosis
Case 3: CT proven eventrationCase 3: CT proven eventration
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Phrenic nerve palsy Phrenic nerve palsy
Case 5: diaphragmatic eventration and Chilaiditi signCase 5: diaphragmatic eventration and Chilaiditi sign
The luftsichel sign is seen in some cases of left upper lobe collapse and refers to the frontal chest radiographic appearance due to hyperinflation of the ...
Case 6: left-sidedCase 6: left-sided
Hamartoma of the chest wall with destruction of the costal arches - well-circumscribed masses with solid and cystic components and coarse calcifications.
Subpulmonic Pleural Effusion - elevation of the peak of the diaphragm with a lateralized dome -
Morgagni hernia - are one of the congenital diaphragmatic hernias (CHD), and is characterised by herniation through the foramen of Morgagni
Chest radiograph showing fungus ball with air cresent. Radiology, Asthma, Radios, Medical
Sarcoidosis - Chest x-ray demonstrates upper zone reticulonodular opacities with extensive mediastinal and hilar
Subpulmonic effusion - Lateralization of the diaphragm apex at the right side compatible with right sided
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Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
Normal diaphragm heightNormal diaphragm height
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Posteroanterior Roentgenogram in Case 1 after Operation, Showing the Left Leaf of the Diaphragm and the Heart in Normal Position.
Eventration of the Diaphragm
Diaphragmatic Slip - Normal Variant
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A) Normal chest radiograph; B) Q fever pneumonia affecting the right lower and middle lobes. Note the loss of the normal radiographic silhouette (contour) ...
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Collar sign: a 53-year-old woman who sustained blunt abdominal trauma in
Axial T2-weighted MR image shows the normal appearance of the diaphragmatic crura at the
Normal anatomy. (a) Axial CT image provides good delineation of the diaphragm against
... (white material below diaphragm) entering the esophagus (three vertical collections of white material in the mid-line of the chest) due to severe reflux
Example of the silhouette sign on chest X-ray. (Quick note to avoid confusion: X-rays are viewed so that the left side of the image is the right side of the ...
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Diaphragmatic HumpScalloping ...
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Cases: The Decision to Discontinue a Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD)
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The knowledge of these criteria utilized for evaluating the technical quality of chest x-ray of neonates results in technically correct x-rays, ...
Diaphragmatic discontinuity: a 77-year-old woman with abdominal trauma in a motor
FIGURES 1.68A AND B: Digital scanogram showing right diaphragmatic hump like opacity, coronal reconstructions showing herniation of fat through the ...
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Discontinuity of diaphragmatic profile. A 72-year-old man who sustained a fall
'Hump sign' and 'band sign'. A 47-year-old
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Correlation (Kendall tau-b) among direct CT signs of diaphragmatic rupture
Hyperinflated lungs
Normal chest radiograph: features and variations
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sceral herniation: a 77-year-old woman with abdominal trauma in a motor
Image 3/48 - Radiograph: Pleural effusion, trauma
A 22-year-old man presenting with severe fever, dyspnea and vomiting who
X-ray chest PA (postero-anterior) view-normal.
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Computed tomography findings in blunt diaphragmatic lesions -diaphragm non-visualization. These 3 mm
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(A) Chest radiograph showed pleural effusion on the right hemithorax. (B) Contrast-enhanced thorax computed tomography scan showed an extrahepatic ...
Computed tomography findings in blunt diaphragmatic lesions -segmental defect. These 3 mm thick axial
(A) The reconstruction of diaphragm and thorax wall defects with Prolene patch. (B) Chest radiograph after 10 months operation.
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Respiratory anatomy; drawing shows right lung with upper, middle, and lower lobes;
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Golden S-sign (lung lobe collapse) | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org
This diagram illustrates the "diaphragm sign." The solid black line represents the diaphragm
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