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  • 1. Radiology Review Chest Films and the Heart Part 2 MDFPR/UNECOM August 5, 2009 M. LaCombe
  • 2. But first, a pop-quiz:
  • 3. A blurry star, or…
  • 4. A pretty green worm, or…
  • 5. A nice toadstool, or…
  • 6. Nice purple flowers, or…
  • 7. Gee, the stars are out, or…
  • 8. And this is…
  • 9. Interns: Your first homework assignment, please?
  • 10. And your second?
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  • 48. The preceeding film shows the pulmonary plethora of ASD pleth·o·ra       [ pleth -er- uh ] –noun 1.overabundance; excess: a plethora of advice and a paucity of assistance. 2. Pathology Archaic . a morbid condition due to excess of red corpuscles in the blood or increase in the quantity of blood. [Origin: 1535–45; < NL < Gk pléthra fullness]
  • 49. The facial plethora of Cushing’s
  • 50. The facial plethora of carcinoid:
  • 51. The hemi-plethora of harlequin syndrome
  • 52. A plethora of penguins
  • 53. Actually, the correct term would be a colony of penguins (when seen thus, they are often referred to as a huddle of penguins
  • 54. As in, an army of ants:
  • 55. Or, a float of crocodiles:
  • 56. A quiver of cobras:
  • 57. Or a murder of crows:
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  • 64. What object, other than a water bottle does this look like?
  • 65. It might remind one of a Minoan flagon or ewer (2200 BCE)
  • 66. Or this Tudor flagon from the 16th C.
  • 67. Or the bocksbeutel, the flagon-shaped German wine bottle characteristic of Franconia and of Würzberg
  • 68. So, when you start seeing flagons, think pericardial effusion
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  • 83. That’s it for this week. Next week, August 12 th , more on chest xrays. In closing, what is this?
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  • 85. Yes, it is foxfire, a bioluminescent fungus
  • 86. We’re not done. Bioluminescent fungi share an important light-making enzyme with fireflies. Do you know the name of the enzyme?
  • 87. It’s luciferase, which gets its name from Lucifer, Bringer-of-light, the Fallen Angel
  • 88. We’re done. Chest xrays on the 12 th and then on the 19 th …
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