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Identify label B.
What is the abnormality seen in this image?
Linear opacity seen at RML appears to be thickened horizontal fissure.
Opacification of right lower zone seen.
Right costophrenic angle not seen clearly.
All of the above
What is the abnormality seen in the image?
The chest x-ray appears normal.
Left costophrenic angle is not clearly seen.
Patchy opacity seen in the right mid-zone of the lung.
Poor inspiratory film with less then ten posterior ribs visible.
The chest x-ray shows pleural effusion at the bilateral lower zones of the chest. What is the recommended management for this patient?
Appropriate antibiotic therapy and observe patient for the next 24 hours
Chest drain to remove the plueral fluid and provide relieve in the lungs.
Alert the physician to potentially life-threatening complications such as, pneumothorax, hemothorax, vascular injuries, pulmonary contusions, and intra-abdominal injuries.
Take blood, blood cultures and blood gases.
Identify the abnormality seen in this image.
What is the recommended management for this patient’s case?
Place patient on 100% oxygen with continuous saturation monitoring and frequent observations, preferably in a high dependency environment. Followed by a chest drain.
Is to alert the physician to potentially life-threatening complications such as, pneumothorax, haemothorax, vascular injuries, pulmonary contusions, and intra-abdominal injuries. Followed by oral anti-inflammatory analgesia for mild pain.
Administer supplemental oxygen, antiarrythmics, diuretics, anti-ischemic therapy, inotropes, vasodilators as indicated for symptomatic relief.
How many fractures are seen in this image?
What abnormality is demonstrated in this image?
Loss of lung markings seen at the left apex.
Increased lung markings in bilateral lower zones.
Opacity seen at the right apex likely due to pleural thickening.
Honey combing appearance on the left lung.
What is false regarding this image?
Patchiness seen at the right lung.
Haziness seen at the left lower zone.
Honeycombing appearance is seen at the left lower zone.
The patient might present with shortness of breath, productive cough, fever, and pleuritic chest pain.
Which of the following is false about the image?
Haziness seen at the right lower zone.
Right linear opacity is seen.
Left costophrenic angle is not seen clearly.
What pathology do the features in this image likely suggest?
What is the first immediate patient management if the condition is at the severe state?
Place patient on oxygen immediately.
None of the above.
Advise the doctor to send the patient for a CT scan.
Admit the patient to the ward.
What abnormal feature(s) is/are seen in this image?
Multiple opacities at right lower zone.
Honey combing appearance at left lower zone.
Loss of lung markings at left upper zone.
Calcified density seen at the aortic arch.
What is the likely pathology suggested from this image?
Which of the following is true about the image?
Patchiness seen at right lung likely due to infective changes.
Opacity seen at right lung apex .
Increased bronchovascular markings seen at R mid-lower zones.
What is the likely pathology suggested?
Mrs Gopal is a 58 year old housewife. She presents at the A&E complaining of a sharp and stabbing pain in the chest which gets worse every time she coughs. She also has a chronic cough with excessive phlegm. The GP referred her for a chest x-ray seen on the left. Which of following is false about the image?
Scarring seen in bilateral lower zones of the lung.
Ring shadows seen at left lower zones.
Ring shadows seen at right lower zones.
Increased bronchovascular markings seen at bilateral lower zones.
What is the likely diagnosis of Mrs Gopal from the features seen?
What abnormal feature is seen in this image?
Old fracture of the 7th rib.
Opacity seen at right apex.
Dilated bronchovascular markings with ring shadows.
Scarring at bilateral lower zones.
What is the most prominent abnormality seen in this image?
Patchiness seen at bilateral lower zones.
Band of opacity seen at the right lower zone.
Increased heart size.
Loss of the left costophrenic angle.
Mr Hassan arrived at the A&E with shortness of breath and productive cough( green sputum) that has lasted for a week. He had also recently experienced high fever, heamoptysis and rigors over the past few days. His chest pain worsens when he coughs. A chest x-ray was requested by the doctor to rule out on his condition. What is the likely diagnosis for Mr Hassan?