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Items tagged “radiography”

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Calcified mesenteric lymph nodes

 Diagnosis possible
Dr Hani Makky Al Salam
Published 24 Mar 2011
32% complete
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Ulcerative colitis with lead pipe appearance and arthropathy

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Andrew Dixon
Published 31 Mar 2014
91% complete
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Anteroposterior view of thumb (positioning)

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 11 Aug 2014
41% complete
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Lateral view of thumb (positioning)

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Aditya Shetty
Published 11 Aug 2014
41% complete
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Thumbprinting - ulcerative colitis

 Diagnosis certain
RMH Core Conditions
Published 25 Feb 2015
92% complete
CTX-ray
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Caldwell view

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 14 Apr 2015
41% complete
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Skull PA view

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 28 May 2015
52% complete
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External and internal rotation views of the shoulder

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 28 May 2015
33% complete
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Skull lateral view

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 30 May 2015
60% complete
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Towne view (skull AP axial view)

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 30 May 2015
57% complete
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Hand osteoarthritis (ball-catcher view)

 Diagnosis not applicable
Assoc Prof Craig Hacking
Published 10 Jun 2015
50% complete
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Sternum (lateral view)

The lateral sternum view a radiographic investigation of the entire length of the sternum in profile. The view is used to query fractures or infection 1. Indication This view is invariably undertaken for one of two reasons, to assess for a fracture or metastasis.  It may also rarely be perform...
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Cerebral angiographic projections

 Diagnosis not applicable
Mr Brendan James Erskine
Published 25 Jun 2019
35% complete
DSA (angiography)
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Acromioclavicular joint (AP view)

The acromioclavicular AP view is a single projection assessing the patency of the acromioclavicular joint. See also, acromioclavicular joint injuries. Indications The AP view of the acromioclavicular joint is often requested when the referrer either knows about or highly suspects an acromiocl...
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Acromioclavicular joint (AP weight-bearing view)

The acromioclavicular joint AP weight-bearing view, often performed together with the normal non-weight-bearing AP view, helps in ruling out joint displacement when it is suspected but not confirmed on the frontal image. Indications This view is used in the assessment of possible acromioclavic...
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Direct digital radiography

Direct digital radiography (DDR) refers to direct digital registration of the image at the detector with no intermediate processing step required to obtain the digital signals as in computed radiography (CR). There are two primary methods of conversion, either indirect or direct: Indirect conv...
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Acromioclavicular joint (Zanca view)

The Zanca view is a specialized projection of the acromioclavicular joint (ACJ), which will better demonstrate the acromioclavicular joint free from superimposition and aid in the assessment of distal osteophytes. Indications The Zanca view is used in the assessment of acute and chronic acromi...
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Pediatric abdomen (lateral decubitus view)

The lateral decubitus radiograph is an additional projection for assessing the pediatric abdomen. This view is ideal for displaying free air in the abdomen and/or if the patient is unable to lie supine 1. As radiation dose is an important consideration for pediatric imaging, the lateral decubitu...
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Skeletal survey (overview)

The skeletal survey is a radiographic series performed to survey the entire skeleton (axial skeleton, upper and lower limbs) for pathology or injury. Specific projections vary depending on the clinical indication and the institution's protocol. There are various clinical indications that may wa...
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Pediatric abdomen (supine cross-table lateral view)

The supine cross-table lateral view is an additional projection to demonstrate the pediatric abdomen. As radiation dose is an important consideration for pediatric imaging, the horizontal beam lateral view is not often performed; although this will vary based on the department. Indications Thi...

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