Nisa Sulistia

Nisa Sulistia

Padang, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia / Assalamualaikum
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Upright abdominal X-ray demonstrating a small bowel obstruction. Note multiple air fluid levels.

Upright abdominal X-ray demonstrating a small bowel obstruction. Note multiple air fluid levels.

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

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

A lateral chest x-ray of a person with emphysema. Note the barrel chest and flat diaphragm.

A lateral chest x-ray of a person with emphysema. Note the barrel chest and flat diaphragm.

Cobb angle | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

Cobb angle | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

Water bottle sign - refers to the shape of the cardiac silhouette on erect frontal chest x-rays in patients who have a very large pericardial effusion. The fluid, often measuring a litre or more, causes the pericardium to sag mimicking an old-fashioned water bottle sitting on a bench. Typically the effusion has accumulated over many weeks (e.g. in patients with malignancy) and the pericardium has gradually stretched.

Water bottle sign - refers to the shape of the cardiac silhouette on erect frontal chest x-rays in patients who have a very large pericardial effusion. The fluid, often measuring a litre or more, causes the pericardium to sag mimicking an old-fashioned water bottle sitting on a bench. Typically the effusion has accumulated over many weeks (e.g. in patients with malignancy) and the pericardium has gradually stretched.

A lung abscess is a circumscribed collection of pus within the lung, is are potentially life threatening. They are often complicated to manage and difficult to treat.  The classical appearance of  a pulmonary abscess is a cavity containing an air-fluid level.   CT is the most sensitive and specific imaging modality to diagnose a lung abscess.  Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lung_abscess

A lung abscess is a circumscribed collection of pus within the lung, is are potentially life threatening. They are often complicated to manage and difficult to treat. The classical appearance of a pulmonary abscess is a cavity containing an air-fluid level. CT is the most sensitive and specific imaging modality to diagnose a lung abscess. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/lung_abscess

The Golden S sign is seen on both PA chest radiographs and on CT scans. It is named because this sign resembles a reverse S shape.  Although typically seen with right upper lobe collapse, the S sign can also be seen with the collapse of other lobes. It is created by a central mass obstructing the upper lobe bronchus and should raise suspicion of a primary bronchogenic carcinoma.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/golden-s-sign

The Golden S sign is seen on both PA chest radiographs and on CT scans. It is named because this sign resembles a reverse S shape. Although typically seen with right upper lobe collapse, the S sign can also be seen with the collapse of other lobes. It is created by a central mass obstructing the upper lobe bronchus and should raise suspicion of a primary bronchogenic carcinoma. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/golden-s-sign

Pulmonary hypertension | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Pulmonary hypertension | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Cannonball metastases refer to large, well circumscribed, round pulmonary metastases that appear, well, like cannonballs. The French term "envolée de ballons" which translates to "balloons release" is also used to describe this same appearance.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/cannonball-metastases-1

Cannonball metastases refer to large, well circumscribed, round pulmonary metastases that appear, well, like cannonballs. The French term "envolée de ballons" which translates to "balloons release" is also used to describe this same appearance. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/cannonball-metastases-1

Snowman sign refers to the configuration of the heart and its superior borders resembling a snowman. This is seen in total anomalous pulmonary venous return.  The paratracheal shadow on the right is the prominent SVC and on the left is the vertical vein. The innominate vessel lies in the midline above base of heart. These three prominent vessels together form the head of the 'snowman'. The body is formed by the rest of the heart.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/snowman-sign-total-anomalous-

Snowman sign refers to the configuration of the heart and its superior borders resembling a snowman. This is seen in total anomalous pulmonary venous return. The paratracheal shadow on the right is the prominent SVC and on the left is the vertical vein. The innominate vessel lies in the midline above base of heart. These three prominent vessels together form the head of the 'snowman'. The body is formed by the rest of the heart. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/snowman-sign-total-anomalous-