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X rays

  1. 1. X ray Chaithra.M
  2. 2. RICKETS
  3. 3. RICKETS Widened metaphysis Increased epiphyseal and metaphyseal distance Cupping Fraying Splaying
  4. 4. ScurvySHAFT Generalised osteoporosis- ground glass appearance Cortex thinning- pencil point thinness
  5. 5.  METAPHYSIS White line of FRANKEL- – Zone of well calcified cartilage in provisional zone of calcification Corner sign- TRUMMERFELD ZONE- – fragmentation above the calcified cartilage Pelke’s sign-epiphyseal spur Epiphyseal #
  6. 6.  EPIPHYSIS Signet ring sign  CENTRALRAEFACTION  WIMBERGER’S LINE – Sharply outlined epiphysis-thick cortex
  7. 7. METAPHYSIS
  8. 8. Tetrology of fallot
  9. 9. Tetrology of fallot BOOT SHAPED HEART – Concavity is due to pulmonary oligemia due to pulmonary artery underdevelopment. – Apex is elevated-  RVH-displaces LV up and out – Right sided aortic arch-30%
  10. 10. Tetrology of fallot
  11. 11. Diaphragmatic hernia Gross mediastinal shift Diaphragm not seen Bubbly shadow in the lung area Continuity in the bowel gas shadows from abdomen to chest
  12. 12. Duodenal atresia Doubblebubble apparance Absence ofgas shadow distalto it
  13. 13. Jejunal obstruction
  14. 14. Intestinal obstruction Multipleair fluid level No gas shadow beyond obstructuon
  15. 15. Thymus shadow Location- anterior mediastinum Overlies precordium, aortic arch, trachea Chest x ray-difficult to discriminate from cardiac shadow.
  16. 16.  Thymic wave sign- scalloped or wave contour of the organ due to impression of the anterior reflection of the ribs SAILSIGN- triangular, slightly convex right lobe with sharply demarkated base caused by the minor fissure.
  17. 17. THANK YOU

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