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Pocket Tutor: Chest X-Ray Interpretation

’˜ŽÒ : M.Darby, A.Edey, L.Chandratreya, et al.
o”ÅŽÐ : JP MEDICAL LTD
ISBN : 978-19-0781-606-2
ƒy[ƒW” : 221pp.(10illus.)
o”Å”N : 2012”N

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Table of Contents
Ch 1 First Principles

Physics of x-ray / Obtaining the image / Radiographic densities / PACS – image optimisation and pitfalls / Errors of interpretation and perception
Ch 2 Understanding the normal chest X Ray
Normal chest anatomy / Normal Variants / Artefacts / Patient positioning / Systematic approach to reviewing the CxR / Correct positioning of lines and tubes / Post-surgical appearances
Ch 3 Recognising Abnormal Signs
Lung opacities / Atelectasis / Reticular opacities / Pleural abnormalities / Localising mediastinal pathology / Diaphragm, subdiaphragmatic region & chest wall
Ch 4 Pneumonia
Community acquired Pneumonia / Tuberculosis / Pneumocystis carinii / Aspergillomas
Ch 5 Interstitial lung disease
Sarcoidosis / UIP / Asbestosis / Silicosis
Ch 6 Bronchogenic malignancy & metastatic disease
Primary malignancies / Secondary malignancies
Ch 7 Pleural Disease
Mesothelioma & other pleural malignancies / Pleural fibroma / Pleural infection / Pneumothorax
Ch 8 Mediastinal Disaease
Thymoma / Hiatus hernia / Bronchogenic Cyst / Retrosternal goitre / Pneumomediastinum / Mitral regurgitation / Pericardial effusion / Aortic Dissection
Ch 9 Airway pathology
Asthma, ABPA & Churg Strauss / Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and emphysema / Alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency / Bronchiectasis and cystic fibrosis / Inhaled foreign body
Ch 10 Pulmonary oedema
Cardiogenic pulmonary oedema / Acute lung injury and ARDS
Ch 11 Complications of thoracic intervention
Central venous lines / Chest drains / Nasogastric tubes: correctly positioned / Nasogastric tubes :malpositioned / Endotracheal tubes