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BE w/ Air and Terminal Ileum from KU Radiographic Anatomy

BE w/ Air and Terminal Ileum from KU Radiographic Anatomy

The winking eye or winking owl sign refers to the appearances of the spine, when a pedicle is absent - almost always due to a bony metastasis. The usual appearance of the pedicles representing two eyes on the AP projection is lost, as one pedicle is destroyed - it then appears like one eye is open and the other is winking or shut. Breast cancer and lung cancer are the usual primary tumour culprits. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/the-winking-owl-sign

The winking eye or winking owl sign refers to the appearances of the spine, when a pedicle is absent - almost always due to a bony metastasis. The usual appearance of the pedicles representing two eyes on the AP projection is lost, as one pedicle is destroyed - it then appears like one eye is open and the other is winking or shut. Breast cancer and lung cancer are the usual primary tumour culprits. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/the-winking-owl-sign

Head CTs and Bleeds...helpful neuro info-my world in nursing currently maybe this can tell me what I'm looking at some days.....

Head CTs and Bleeds...helpful neuro info-my world in nursing currently maybe this can tell me what I'm looking at some days.....

I had a non ossifying fibroma (NOF) surgically removed when I was in sixth grade.

I had a non ossifying fibroma (NOF) surgically removed when I was in sixth grade.

Usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) refers to a morphological pattern of interstitial lung disease.  in advanced disease, it may show decreased lung volumes and sub-pleural reticular opacities that increase from the apex to the bases of the lungs.  HRCT chest is the key imaging tool.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/usual-interstitial-pneumonia

Usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) refers to a morphological pattern of interstitial lung disease. in advanced disease, it may show decreased lung volumes and sub-pleural reticular opacities that increase from the apex to the bases of the lungs. HRCT chest is the key imaging tool. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/usual-interstitial-pneumonia

Miliary tuberculosis is an uncommon pulmonary manifestation of tuberculosis. It represents haematogeneous dissemination of uncontrolled tuberculous infection and carries a relatively poor prognosis.   Miliary deposits appear as 1-3 mm diameter nodules, which are uniform in size and uniformly distributed.   Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pulmonary-manifestations-of-tuberculosis

Miliary tuberculosis is an uncommon pulmonary manifestation of tuberculosis. It represents haematogeneous dissemination of uncontrolled tuberculous infection and carries a relatively poor prognosis. Miliary deposits appear as 1-3 mm diameter nodules, which are uniform in size and uniformly distributed. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pulmonary-manifestations-of-tuberculosis

Pulmonary TB

Pulmonary TB

A lung abscess is a circumscribed collection of pus within the lung, is are potentially life threatening. They are often complicated to manage and difficult to treat.  The classical appearance of  a pulmonary abscess is a cavity containing an air-fluid level.   CT is the most sensitive and specific imaging modality to diagnose a lung abscess.  Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lung_abscess

A lung abscess is a circumscribed collection of pus within the lung, is are potentially life threatening. They are often complicated to manage and difficult to treat. The classical appearance of a pulmonary abscess is a cavity containing an air-fluid level. CT is the most sensitive and specific imaging modality to diagnose a lung abscess. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lung_abscess

Lobar pneumonia (also known as a non-segmental pneumonia or focal non-segmental pneumonia) is a radiological pattern associated with homogenous, fibrinosupparative consolidation of one or more lobes of a lung in response to a bacterial pneumonia.   Characteristically, there is homogenous opacification in a lobar pattern. The opacification can be sharply defined at the fissures, although more commonly there is segmental consolidation.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lobar-pneumonia

Lobar pneumonia (also known as a non-segmental pneumonia or focal non-segmental pneumonia) is a radiological pattern associated with homogenous, fibrinosupparative consolidation of one or more lobes of a lung in response to a bacterial pneumonia. Characteristically, there is homogenous opacification in a lobar pattern. The opacification can be sharply defined at the fissures, although more commonly there is segmental consolidation. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lobar-pneumonia

Pneumomediastinum

Pneumomediastinum