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By A. T. Ahuja, G. E. Antonio, K. T. Wong, H. Y. Yuen

This ebook is written as a system-based clinical-radiological assessment delivering photos from the most recent to be had imaging modalities and covers all significant illnesses which are encountered in daily medical perform. A problem-orientated strategy is used. each bankruptcy incorporates a number of scientific circumstances, every one with a brief scientific description and preliminary imaging by way of pertinent questions concerning the imaging findings (colour coded in pink outline). the second one a part of each one bankruptcy comprises the case prognosis, a dialogue of the position of imaging within the featuring challenge, a instructed series for extra imaging evaluate, and illustrative examples of a similar affliction utilizing varied imaging modalities for extra research. pictures of stipulations within the differential prognosis also are supplied (colour coded in blue outline). This textbook is written via skilled radiologists operating in undergraduate and postgraduate clinical schooling. it's going to function an excellent textual content for clinical scholars and radiology trainees.

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If it is present on a previous CXR and remains unchanged over a considerable period of time, pleural thickening is more likely. e. hydropneumothorax, Fig. 8b ) or entrapped within fissures mimicking a tumour. - If the patient cannot stand, a lateral decubitus CXR is sometimes performed to help in the diagnosis of pleural effusion (as the fluid layers out in the dependent position, Fig. 8c). - Ultrasound or CT thorax serve as alternative modalities for early detection of small pleural effusion. Ultrasound has the advantage of not involving radiation, and can be used to guide drainage.

01 CHEST Questions (1) What are the CXR findings ? - Cardiomegaly - Enlarged left atrium seen as a double density through the right upper cardiac border - Prominent pulmonary artery - No obvious upper lobe blood diversion or signs of cardiac failure (2) What is the diagnosis ? 20a Mitral stenosis. Chest radiograph showing enlarged left atrium with double density (arrow) seen through the right heart border (open arrow) and prominent central pulmonary artery (arrowhead). No radiographic evidence of cardiac failure (Image courtesy of Radiology Department, KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India).

5a. 5e Contrast enhanced axial CT thorax showing metastatic involvement of the upper thoracic vertebra and the adjacent rib (arrows). 5f Contrast enhanced axial CT of the abdomen showing liver (arrowheads) and bilateral adrenal metastases (arrows). 31 01 CHEST ‡ bronchoscopy (central lesion)/ imaging-guided FNAC (peripheral lesion) Discussion Case 6 Pancoast tumour Pancoast tumour (Fig. 6a) 01 CHEST Discussion - Pancoast tumour is a primary lung carcinoma located at lung apices. Because of its close proximity to the adjacent first rib, brachial plexus and sympathetic trunk, these are involved by local tumour infiltration early in the course of the disease producing characteristic clinical signs - Early case of Pancoast tumour is difficult to detect radiologically, particularly on a CXR as there may be only focal apical pleural thickening instead of apparent mass.

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