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     1  ~ 2014 sep 30knee xray interpretationKnee - Normal AP - Radiology MasterclassLearning radiology of knee injury covering fractures of the tibia and patella - Lower limb X-rays - Knee fractures as seen on X-ray , Fractures of the tibial plateau.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 29neck femur fracture x rayHip X - ray anatomy - Normal AP - Radiology MasterclassRadiology Masterclass Trauma X - ray - Tutorial - Lower limb X - rays - X - rays of Hip fractures and the femoral neck , also known as neck of femur fractures or NOF ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 05cervical apCervical spine X-ray anatomy - Radiology MasterclassLateral c-spine x-ray description. Systemetic approach to cervical spine x-ray interpretation. AP cervical spine x-ray appearances. Odontoid peg view description ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 30intestinal obstruction x ray3. Small bowel obstruction - Radiology MasterclassLearn about abdomen x - ray abnormalities. Tutorial on abnormalities of the bowel gas pattern on abdominal x - ray . Small bowel obstruction - ileus X - ray  ...
     1  +3 2014 aug 30images of dislocated anklesAnkle dislocation - Radiology MasterclassExamples of appearance of ankle joint dislocation as seen on X-ray. ... Trauma X- ray - Lower limb gallery 2 - Ankle - Dislocation . « Previous · Ankle - Malleolar ...
     1  +4 2014 aug 24gallstones on xrayRadiology Masterclass - Abdomen X-ray tutorials - Abnormal Learn about abdomen x-ray abnormalities. Tutorial on abnormal calcification seen on abdominal x-ray . Viscus calcification. Gallstones and appendicolith on ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 17x ray handRadiology Masterclass - Musculoskeletal X - ray - Trauma X - ray Learn about appearances of hand and finger fractures as seen on x - ray . Finger dislocation seen on x - ray . Bennett's type fracture x - ray appearances.
     1  ~ 2014 jul 28x ray footFoot X - ray anatomy - DP and Oblique views - Radiology MasterclassX - ray appearances of foot fractures. Midfoot and forefoot fractures as seen on X - ray . Midfoot bone dislocations - X - ray appearances. Lisfranc injury - fracture ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 28right lower lobe collapseRight lower lobe collapse - Radiology MasterclassRight lower lobe collapse . This chest x-ray shows tracheal deviation to the right. There is no pleural effusion on the left, and there is overall volume loss of the ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 17x ray fat padNormal elbow X - ray - 10 year old - Radiology MasterclassNormal elbow X - ray appearances. On the lateral image there is often a visible triangle of low density lying anterior to the humerus. This is the anterior fat pad  ...
     3  +6 2014 sep 13normal scapholunate distanceWrist bones - Normal X-ray (PA) - Radiology MasterclassTearing of this ligament results in widening of the scapholunate space to greater ... Widening (arrowheads) of the scapholunate distance >2 mm - the space is ...
     3  +3 2014 sep 13curly bSigns of heart failure - Radiology MasterclassSeptal lines, also known as Kerley B lines, are due to fluid accumulating between the secondary lobules of the lungs. They are an elusive sign, but once spotted, ...
     3  +12 2014 sep 07colles fractureColles ' fracture - AP - Radiology MasterclassTrauma X-ray - Upper Limb. Some examples of upper limb trauma x-ray. Colles ' fractures X-ray description. Dorsal angulation and shortening. Ulnar styloid ...
     3  +3 2014 sep 07posterior fat pad signNormal elbow X-ray - 10 year old - Radiology MasterclassAP and lateral elbow xrays. Raised fat sign sieen on elbow xray. ... This is the anterior fat pad which lies within the elbow joint capsule. This is a normal structure.
     3  ~ 2014 aug 18fractured sternum imagesSternum fractures - Radiology MasterclassTrauma X-ray. Axial skeleton - image gallery . Examples of sternal fractures as seen on X-ray.
     3  +5 2014 aug 15chest x ray interpretationRadiology Masterclass - Chest tutorials - Chest X - ray quality Before interpreting a chest X - ray it is important to assess the quality of the image. Without this step you may diagnose disease that is not genuine or you may be ...
     3  +3 2014 jul 24left lower lobeLeft lower lobe collapse - Radiology MasterclassLeft lower lobe collapse. The tracheal deviation seen in this chest x-ray is due to left lower lobe collapse. This has a classical appearance of a 'double left heart ...
     4  ~ 2014 sep 21chest densitiesTissue densities - Radiology Masterclassof X-ray physics. What tissue densities can be seen on x-ray images. ... Here are the four natural tissue densities seen on a chest radiograph. Note there is a ...
     5  +7 2014 sep 24chest x rayRadiology Masterclass - Chest tutorials - Chest x - ray abnormalities This tutorial takes you through some abnormalities of the structures you learned about in the chest x - ray anatomy tutorial. Although specific diseases are ...
     5  +2 2014 jul 28x ray soft tissueSoft tissue abnormalities - Radiology MasterclassIt is essential to assess the soft tissues on every chest x - ray you examine. You will often find important clues to help come to a diagnosis. The soft tissues are ...
     6  ~ 2014 sep 17x ray prosthestic heart valvesLearn about chest x - ray pathology. ... Diseases visible on a chest x - ray . ... note the sternotomy wires and prosthetic aortic and mitral heart valves (arrowhead) ...
     9  +9 2014 sep 20post facet of calcaneousCalcaneus - Radiology MasterclassThe first line is drawn from (1) - the upper edge of the calcaneal body posteriorly to (2) - the upper edge of the posterior articular facet of the calcaneus at the ...
     9  ~ 2014 jul 28gas bubble in stomach2. Free gas mimics - Radiology MasterclassFree gas - pneumoperitoneum - mimics of free intra- abdominal gas - pitfalls. ... normal stomach bubble should not be confused with free intra- abdominal gas .
     10  +36 2014 sep 04cervical ribCervical rib - Radiology MasterclassCervical rib . Cervical ribs are usually asymptomatic. Occasionally a cervical rib may compress adjacent nerves of the brachial plexus or the subclavian vessels.
     10  -5 2014 jul 18affilaite master classRadiology Masterclass - Affiliate schemeIntroduction. The Radiology Masterclass affiliate scheme is an arrangement whereby discounted access is granted to the courses certification section of the ...
     11  +14 2014 sep 13right humerus fracture with combinationFracture displacement - Radiology MasterclassLearn about fracture displacement as seen on X-rays. Bone trauma fracture displacement.
     11  -4 2014 aug 15pretest exam chestRadiology Masterclass - Test yourself - Home page - OSCE practiceYou are here: Home; » Test yourself. Test yourself. Chest X-ray OSCE practise ... very grateful for any feedback about these sample ' test yourself' X-ray OSCEs.
     11  +4 2014 jul 21anatomy of the wristThe scaphoid bone is the most commonly fractured wrist bone. X-rays are indicated if there is post-traumatic wrist pain with ' anatomical snuff box' tenderness.
     12  +2 2014 sep 28reading a cxrRadiology Masterclass - Chest tutorials - Chest X-ray quality Before interpreting a chest X-ray it is important to assess the quality of the image. Without this step you may diagnose disease that is not genuine or you may be ...
     12  +2 2014 sep 25teardrop fracture cervical spineCervical spine - Radiology MasterclassLearn about cervical spine fractures as seen on X-ray. Fractures ... fracture , extension teardrop , flexion teardrop , perched facet joints, and clay shoveler's fracture .
     12  +56 2014 sep 13weber bAnkle - Malleolus fracture - Weber A - AP - Radiology MasterclassAnkle - Bimalleolar fracture - Weber C - AP. The lateral malleolus fracture is a ' Weber C ' injury - above the ankle joint. There is a transverse medial malleolus ...
     12  +24 2014 sep 12clavicleClavicle - Radiology MasterclassThe clavicle is the most proximal bone of the upper limb, and provides leverage and support for the shoulder girdle structures.
     12  +48 2014 aug 24lower lobe pneumoniaRight middle lobe consolidation - Radiology MasterclassPneumonia involving the right middle lobe ... fissure is displaced downwards, there may be a process which has caused volume loss of the right lower lobe .
     12  +1 2014 jul 28femoral neck fractureHip X-ray anatomy - Normal AP - Radiology MasterclassRadiology Masterclass Trauma X-ray- Tutorial - Lower limb X-rays - X-rays of Hip fractures and the femoral neck , also known as neck of femur fractures or NOF ...
     13  +2 2014 sep 20zygomaticFace - Zygomatic arch fracture - OM view - Radiology MasterclassDescription of zygomatic arch fractures of the face as seen on X-ray. Look for the ' elephant's trunk' appearance of the zygomatic arch. Comparing the ...
     13  +88 2014 aug 15web master classRadiology Masterclass - Courses, Tutorials and X-ray Image Radiology Masterclass provides courses with certificated assessment, accredited by The Royal College of Radiologists - London - UK. Courses currently ...
     13  +8 2014 aug 05ankle bones anatomyAnkle anatomy - Normal AP - Radiology MasterclassMusculoskeletal x-ray trauma tutorial - Radiology Masterclass. X-ray tutorial discussing the anatomy of the ankle as seen on X-ray. Bones and ligaments of the ...
     14  +24 2014 sep 27ileusPost-operative ileus - Radiology MasterclassPost-operative ileus can have identical appearances to small bowel obstruction on abdominal X-rays.
     14  +13 2014 sep 17free sign pattern1. Free gas - Radiology MasterclassTutorial on abnormalities of the bowel gas pattern on abdominal x-ray. Free gas - pneumoperitoneum. Double wall - Rigler's sign - description. Football sign  ...
     14  +24 2014 sep 10ankle anatomy
     14  +15 2014 sep 07dislocated hipHip dislocation - AP - Radiology MasterclassRadiology Masterclass Trauma X-ray- Tutorial - Lower limb X-rays - Hip dislocation as seen on X-ray. Appearances of hip dislocations and dislocation of THR ...
     15  +1 2014 oct 02cervical spine anatomyCervical spine anatomy - X-ray appearances. Normal c-spine x-ray. Lateral c- spine x-ray description. Systemetic approach to cervical spine x-ray interpretation .
     15  +1 2014 oct 01radial head fractureRadial head fracture - Fat pads - Lateral - Radiology MasterclassRadial head fractures may result in the raised fat pad sign seen on a lateral elbow X-ray.
     15  +24 2014 sep 02abdominal lymph nodesCalcified mesenteric lymph nodes X-ray - Radiology MasterclassCalcified mesenteric lymph nodes occasionally cause confusion when interpreting abdominal X-rays. Calcified lymph nodes may mimic pathological causes of ...
     15  +2 2014 aug 28master class onRadiology Masterclass - Tutorials - Introduction pageRadiology and medical imaging tutorials for uk medical students. Learn a structured approach to interpreting X-rays. Tutorials covering chest x-ray, abdominal ...
     15  +37 2014 aug 22lymph nodes abdomen
     15  +14 2014 jul 29lateral wrist painThe standard wrist views are Posterior-Anterior (PA) and Lateral . In certain ... X- rays are indicated if there is post-traumatic wrist pain with 'anatomical snuff box' ...
     16  +7 2014 jul 17abdominal organs spleenAbdomen X-ray tutorials - Radiology MasterclassVisible soft tissue organs visible on abdominal X-rays include the liver, spleen , kidneys, psoas muscles, bladder (within pelvis), and lung bases (within thorax).
     17  +22 2014 aug 26toxic mega colon6. Bowel wall inflammation - Radiology Masterclassgas pattern on abdominal x-ray. Inflammatory bowel disease. Mucosal thickening X-ray. Thumbprinting X-ray. Pseudopolyposis X-ray. Toxic megacolon X-ray.
     17  +67 2014 aug 19types of fracturesLearn about fracture displacement as seen on X-rays. Bone trauma fracture displacement. Types of fracture displacement.
     18  +48 2014 sep 01abdomin pelvis4. Abdominal / pelvic masses - Radiology MasterclassLearn about abdomen x-ray abnormalities. Tutorial on abnormal bones and soft tissues on abdominal x-ray. Abdominal and pelvic masses seen on x-ray.
     18  +10 2014 jul 27knee joint effusionLearning radiology of knee injury covering fractures of the tibia and patella - Lower limb X-rays - Knee fractures as seen ... Knee joint effusion with haemarthrosis.
     20  +1 2014 sep 25sternumSternum - Normal - Lateral - Radiology MasterclassAppearances of sternum fractures as seen on x-ray are discussed. Normal sternum x-ray compared with abnormal. Sternal fractures - rib fractures.
     20  +17 2014 sep 23ulnar deviationScaphoid fracture - ( Ulnar deviation view). Wrist stressed towards the ulnar side; Transverse fracture of the scaphoid waist. Despite these additional views 30% ...
     20  +1 2014 aug 22basal skull fractureRadiology Masterclass - Musculoskeletal X-ray - Trauma X-ray Blood or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) may leak into the para-nasal sinuses following basal skull fracture . In the context of trauma an air/fluid level seen in the ...
     20  +44 2014 aug 19what is distal tibiaThree bones form the ankle joint - tibia, fibula and talus. Ankle fractures are usually bony injuries involving the distal tibia (medial malleolus) or distal fibula ...
     20  +29 2014 jul 29knee joint anatomyJoint anatomy - Radiology MasterclassJoint anatomy example - Knee . Certain peri-articular soft tissues such as ligaments and tendons, or even cartilaginous structures such as the meniscus, can be ...
     21  +23 2014 sep 26lisfranc injuryFoot - Lisfranc injury - Radiology MasterclassThis loss of alignment is often accompanied by small fracture fragments. ... Trauma X-ray - Lower limb gallery 2 - Foot - Lisfranc injury . « Previous.
     21  +6 2014 sep 03enlargement of the heartThe heart size should be assessed on every chest radiograph. The heart is enlarged if the cardiothoracic ratio is greater than 50% on a PA view. If the heart is ...
     21  +29 2014 jul 17anatomy of knee joint
     22  +2 2014 sep 16axial skeletonAxial skeleton - Radiology MasterclassThis tutorial discusses the X-ray appearances of trauma to the axial skeleton . Examples of common injuries seen on X-ray are shown, with normal images for ...
     22  +79 2014 aug 08osce cheak listOSCE scoring and check lists - Radiology MasterclassCheck lists. OSCEs are marked on the basis of an examiner ' check list ' and a ' global scoring' system. The check list is adapted for each OSCE case and will not  ...
     23  +3 2014 sep 08acromioclavicular jointAcromioclavicular joint (ACJ) - Normal - Radiology MasterclassLoss of alignment of the inferior surfaces of the clavicle and acromion indicates disruption of the acromioclavicular ligaments at the acromioclavicular joint (ACJ).
     24  ~ 2014 jul 18partial bowel obstructionLarge bowel obstruction - Radiology MasterclassAppearances of large bowel obstruction as seen on abdominal X-ray. Colonic obstruction ... Bowel obstruction can be complete or partial . Gas in the rectum, ...
     24  +3 2014 jul 17x ray pouchPatella fracture - X - ray appearances. Lipohaemarthrosis x - ray apperances. Knee joint ... This allows effusions to be visualised in the suprapatellar pouch .
     26  +75 2014 aug 31coffee bean imagesVolvulus - Radiology MasterclassSigmoid volvulus - ' coffee bean ' sign. Hover over image to show findings ... The twisted loop of sigmoid colon is said to resemble a coffee bean . As in this case ...
     26  +14 2014 aug 28tibial plateau fractureKnee - Tibial plateau fracture - AP - Radiology MasterclassA joint effision in the context of tibial plateau fracture may be due to a ... This is a severely comminuted fracture of the tibial plateau with depression of a large ...
     26  +4 2014 aug 02lymph nodes in chestRadiology Masterclass - Chest tutorials - Chest anatomy - Hilar Although the hilar lymph nodes are not visible on a normal chest x-ray, they are of particular clinical importance. Often, hilar enlargement is due to enlargement ...
     27  ~ 2014 sep 25apophysisBone anatomy - Radiology MasterclassAn apophysis is a normal developmental outgrowth of a bone which arises from a separate ossification centre, and fuses to the bone later in development.
     27  +5 2014 aug 28ct chest anatomyRadiology Masterclass - Chest tutorials - Chest anatomy - Heart size Learn about chest x-ray anatomy . Tutorial on chest x-ray anatomy . Visible and obscured structures on a chest x-ray. Heart size and contours.
     28  ~ 2014 aug 26left atrial enlargementFor example, signs of left atrial enlargement include a double right heart border, bulging of the left heart border, and splaying of the carina to greater than 90 ...
     28  ~ 2014 jul 23line of the heartThe heart size should be assessed on every chest radiograph. ... signs of heart failure such as pulmonary oedema, septal (Kerley B) lines , and pleural effusions.
     29  -10 2014 aug 26anatomy of abdomenAbdominal X-ray - Radiology MasterclassAlthough anatomy of the abdomen is complicated, many structures are not clearly defined on a radiograph of the abdomen , and therefore cannot be fully ...
     29  -4 2014 jul 26upper descending colon2. Bowel gas pattern - Radiology MasterclassThe upper limit of normal diameter of the bowel is generally accepted as 3cm for the ... The retroperitoneal structures of the colon ( ascending colon , descending ...
     30  -4 2014 aug 18small bowel obstructionLearn about abdomen x-ray abnormalities. Tutorial on abnormalities of the bowel gas pattern on abdominal x-ray. Small bowel obstruction - ileus X-ray ...
     30  +71 2014 aug 15distal radius fractureDistal radius fracture - Radiology MasterclassDescription of distal radius intra-articular fracture as seen on X-ray. Colle's fracture -dislocation compared with Smith's fracture or Barton's fracture . Eponymous ...
     33  +23 2014 sep 01pictures of lungsLung abnormalities - Radiology MasterclassLung abnormalities visible on a chest x-ray. ... If an area of lung is consolidated it becomes dense and white. ... Click image to align with the top of the page ...
     35  +2 2014 sep 21thoracic spineThoracic spine systematic approach - Lateral and AP - Radiology In the context of trauma similar principles apply to imaging both the Thoracic spine (T-spine) and the Lumbar spine (L-spine). The plain X-ray anatomy and ...
     35  +31 2014 sep 17cadiomegalyCardiomegaly and heart failure. The heart size should be assessed on every chest radiograph. The heart is enlarged if the cardiothoracic ratio is greater than ...
     35  ~ 2014 aug 25expan a lungInspiration - Radiology MasterclassInspiration and lung volume ... If the image is acquired in the expiratory phase, the lungs are relatively airless and their density is increased. ... Normal expansion  ...
     36  ~ 2014 oct 01test yourselfRadiology Masterclass - Test Yourself - Chest X-ray OSCE 1 - OSCE Radiology Masterclass - Radiology OSCE - Test Yourself . ... Allow yourself ONE MINUTE to consider the following clinical information. After this time click the ...
     36  ~ 2014 sep 14x rayRadiology and medical imaging tutorials for uk medical students. Learn a structured approach to interpreting X - rays . Tutorials covering chest x - ray , abdominal ...
     36  +11 2014 sep 09bowel and colonAny part of the bowel may be visible if it contains gas/air within the lumen. ... as 3cm for the small bowel , 6cm for the colon and 9cm for the caecum (3/6/9 rule).
     36  +1 2014 aug 24humerus bone fractureComminuted fractures - Radiology MasterclassDescribe comminuted fractures as seen on X-ray. Learn terms used for ... Proximal humeral shaft fracture with bone shattering due to high force injury  ...
     37  -15 2014 sep 14human anatomy chestRadiology Masterclass - Chest tutorials - Chest anatomy - IntroductionThis tutorial demonstrates some of the important anatomical structures visible on a chest x-ray. These structures are discussed in a specific order to help you ...
     37  +64 2014 sep 14emulsion fractureIntroduction to Trauma X-ray - Radiology MasterclassLearn about avulsion fractures , stress fractures, periprosthetic fractures, and eponymous fractures as seen on X-ray.
     37  -5 2014 sep 08how to measure chestVisible and obscured structures on a chest x-ray. ... Heart size is not assessed by absolute measurement , but rather in relation to the total thoracic width, and is ...
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