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Chest radiology case conference August 25, 2016

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Chest radiology case conference August 25, 2016

  1. 1. { CHEST Radiology Case conference August 25, 2016
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  3. 3. Post bronchoscopy
  4. 4.  pneumonectomy  total lung collapse: e.g. endobronchial intubation  pulmonary agenesis  pulmonary hypoplasia Trachea pulled toward the opacified side
  5. 5.  Pushed away from the opacified side  pleural effusion  diaphragmatic hernia  large pulmonary mass
  6. 6.  Trachea remains central in position  consolidation  pulmonary oedema/ARDS  pleural mass: e.g. mesothelioma  chest wall mass: e.g. Askin/Ewing sarcoma
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  14. 14. { {Immediate post op 3 days post op
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  23. 23. { {1 week later In ER after chest tube
  24. 24. 24 hours after chest tube why is the PTX massive?
  25. 25.  Case Discussion  On physical exam hyperresonance noted on left lung fields when compared to right, with no lung sounds auscultated on left side when compared to right side.  Patients pigtail was examined also at this time with the Heimlich valve noted to be placed backwards with the pigtail closed off to prevent air from escaping.  Heimlich valve connected to atrium with 20 cm to wall suction with notable air bubbles present after connection.
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  28. 28. After RVATs and chest tubes
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