X-Ray Meetings, Tuesday Mornings

Hi everyone.  Did any of you make it to the Chest Radiology meeting this morning?  2 very interesting cases discussed:

1.  The largest hiatus hernia I think I’ve ever see; displaced the pulmonary vasculature so far wide the CXR looked like pulmonary oedema.

2.  A chap with very subtle tree in bud appearance, suggestive of Extrinsic Allergic Alveolitis.

If you’re a second year medical student, it’s definitely worth reading up on EAA – there’s almost always an exam question about it – I’ll teach you more about it in Friday’s Hypersensitivity Reactions lecture.

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3 Comments on “X-Ray Meetings, Tuesday Mornings”

  1. dundeechest Says:

    Roxorz


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