Items tagged “abdominal radiograph”

28 results found
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Bladder stones in augmented bladder

AXR
 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Michael Sargent
Published 06 Apr 2009
72% complete
X-ray
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Swallowed tooth

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Maulik S Patel
Published 10 Sep 2011
57% complete
X-ray
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Swallowed denture

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Hisham Khatib
Published 28 Jan 2012
41% complete
X-ray
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Thumbprinting

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Omar Bashir
Published 18 Aug 2012
66% complete
X-ray
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Ring pessary

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Sajoscha Sorrentino
Published 31 Oct 2012
54% complete
X-ray
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Sickle cell anemia

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ian Bickle
Published 17 Dec 2012
94% complete
X-ray
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Urinary bladder stone and horseshoe kidney

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 28 Apr 2013
74% complete
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Urinary bladder calculus

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Maulik S Patel
Published 14 Jun 2013
75% complete
X-rayUltrasound
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Post-traumatic pseudocyst of the pancreas (abdominal radiograph)

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mohammad Taghi Niknejad
Published 24 Jun 2013
86% complete
X-ray
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Adrenal calcification (bilateral)

AP View
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mohammad Taghi Niknejad
Published 24 Jun 2013
79% complete
X-ray
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Small bowel obstruction

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Ahmed Abdrabou
Published 25 Jan 2014
75% complete
X-ray
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Calcified renal lesion

Calcified lesion ...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jayanth Keshavamurthy
Published 05 Feb 2014
75% complete
X-rayCT
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Skull flap implantation in anterior abdominal wall

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Maulik S Patel
Published 17 May 2014
69% complete
X-ray
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Sigmoid volvulus

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Derek Smith
Published 02 Feb 2015
100% complete
X-ray
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Bladder exstrophy and ileal conduit stones

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jayanth Keshavamurthy
Published 23 Apr 2015
91% complete
FluoroscopyX-ray
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Bladder calculus

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Saikat Sarkar
Published 05 Jul 2015
63% complete
X-ray
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Abdomen (AP supine view)

AP supine radiograph can be performed as a standalone projection or as part of an acute abdominal series, depending on the clinical question posed, local protocol and the availability of other imaging modalities. Patient position the patient is supine, lying on their back, either on the X-ray ...
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Abdomen (lateral decubitus view)

The lateral decubitus abdominal radiograph is used to identify free intraperitoneal gas (pneumoperitoneum). It can be performed when the patient is unable to be transferred to, or other imaging modalities (e.g. CT) are not available. The most useful position for detecting free intraperitoneal ai...
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Abdominal (lateral view)

The lateral view abdominal radiograph is a useful problem-solving view that can complement frontal views of the abdomen, often utilized in the context of foreign bodies or to better visualize lines such as a shunt. It is different from the lateral decubitus view of the abdomen and looks more lik...
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Abdominal radiography

Abdominal radiography can be useful in many settings. Before the advent of computed tomography (CT) imaging, it was a primary means of investigating gastrointestinal pathology and often allowed indirect evaluation of other abdominal viscera. Indications Although abdominal radiography has lower...

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