Items tagged “radiograph”

8 results found
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Osteoblastic metastases (prostate carcinoma)

Osteoblastic meta...
 Diagnosis probable
Dr Stefan Ludwig
Published 17 Jun 2010
60% complete
X-ray
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Normal radiographic measurements of the shoulder

Normal radiographic measurements of the shoulder are important in evaluation of the osseous relationships in plain film radiography. Normal measurements do not rule out pathology, and must be considered in the context of other findings and the clinical presentation. AC joint space: 2-4 mm  inc...
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Acromiohumeral interval

Acromiohumeral interval is a useful and reliable measurement on AP shoulder radiographs and when narrowed is indicative of rotator cuff tear or tendinopathy.  Pathology Measurements of the acromiohumeral interval in the following intervals are suggestive of pathology 1,2: >12 mm: shoulder dis...
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Aggressive fibromatosis

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 06 Jan 2015
80% complete
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Sarcoidosis - osseous involvement

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 19 Nov 2014
75% complete
X-ray
Article

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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Diabetic foot (gas gangrene)

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Enyi Augustine
Published 27 Sep 2015
79% complete
X-ray
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Lung hyperinflation

Lung hyperinflation is a common feature of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It is also linked to aging and other chronic diseases that cause airflow obstruction. Pathology The airflow limitation during expiration is produced by two factors: destruction of the lung p...

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