Thoracic

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a piece of paper that has been cut into pieces and is labeled with the word headless sign
Head cheese sign
multiple images of the chest showing different types of lunges and their corresponding functions in each region
Chest X-Ray - Lung disease
How to identify and differentiate lung diseases from chest x-ray..
an mri scan shows the location of aortic valve and its corresponding locations in which it is located
Aortic Valve
an x - ray shows the location of the heart and lungs in this screen shot
Lt 2 ch
an mri scan shows the location of different areas in the brain and is shown with arrows pointing
Mitral valve
an mri scan with the words not paa la rv written on it's side
RVOT and PA
an image of mri images with text describing the right ventricular outlet and left ventrical view
RVOT
an x - ray shows the back and side of a person's arm
Rickets – Rachitic Rosary and Differential Diagnosis
Rickets – Rachitic Rosary and Differential Diagnosis: Lateral radiograph of the chest reveals enlarged and widened costochondral junctions (yellow arrows) a classic “rachitic rosary” sign.
Pulmonary Interstitial Lung Disease with chest x ray Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Hemorrhage, Scleroderma, Lung Disease
Pulmonary Interstitial Lung Disease with chest x ray
an x - ray image of the lungs showing it's location in black and white
Sinus of Valsalva aneurysm | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org
Sinus of Valsalva aneurysms are a cause of thoracic aortic dilatation. They can be either congenital or acquired (mycotic). Congenital cases are proposed to result from weakness in the elastic lamina of the wall. Acquired causes include: -infection: endocarditis, tuberculosis, syphilis -atherosclerosis -injury
an image of the inside of a human head
Apa Resiko Pemeriksaan Ekokardiografi?
the structure of an animal's stomach is shown in this diagram, and shows different parts
Short axis, aortic valve (basal level) .. a.k.a upside down Mercedes benz sign !
an x - ray shows the chest and ribs
Right middle lobe collapse - mucous plugging | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org
Mucous plugging - right middle lobe collapse: Gross middle lobe collapse is associated with a filling defect in the right bronchus intermedius and poor aeration of the bronchi beyond. Differential is between a foreign body and mucous plug.