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Pneumothorax due to rib fractures | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

The first taken x-rays in the ED reveals multiple, partial dislocated rib fractures and a pneumothorax on the right side.

Cervical Spine Radiographs Oblique | Cervical Spine -- Right Anterior Oblique View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Cervical Spine -- Right Anterior Oblique View, Labelled

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Radiation & The Body: What You Should Know (Infographic)

WHY WE DIE, Simple,. Cancer is natural & caused by radiation. Radiation Exposure and the body. This would have been helpful in xray school as I was learning this stuff.

Radiographic Anatomy - Foot Lateral

Radiographic Anatomy of the Foot - Lateral view (non-weight bearing)

Pleural effusion tends to be used as a catch-all term denoting a collection of fluid within the pleural cavity.   Chest x-rays are the most commonly used examination to assess for presence of a pleural effusion, however it should be noted that on a routine erect chest x-ray as much as 250-600ml of fluid is required before it becomes evident.  Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pleural-effusion

Pleural effusion tends to be used as a catch-all term denoting a collection of fluid within the pleural cavity. Chest x-rays are the most commonly used examination to assess for presence of a pleural effusion, however it should be noted that on a routine erect chest x-ray as much as 250-600ml of fluid is required before it becomes evident. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pleural-effusion

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