Final FRCR 2B viva : a survival guide by Kiat Tsong Tan; John Curtis; Jessie Aw

By Kiat Tsong Tan; John Curtis; Jessie Aw

Ultimate FRCR 2B Viva: A Survival advisor provides a sequence of circumstances just like these utilized in the FRCR assessments and consultant of daily radiological perform. This worthwhile choice of prime quality pictures is followed through transparent and concise reasons, permitting trainees to organize absolutely for his or her FRCR 2B viva presentation. masking the whole variety of imaging modalities and organ structures, it presents clinically vital vignettes which support the reader to provoke examiners and co-workers, and improve the trainee's skill to return up with differential diagnoses. Concise key issues for every case supply extra diagnostic info which might provoke an examiner. Written by means of a group of specialist advisor radiologists and a number of other lately profitable FRCR half 2 applicants, ultimate FRCR 2B Viva: A Survival consultant is a necessary buy for all radiology trainees

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Pulmonary artery interventions: an overview. Radiographics 2005; 25: 1653–67. 15 Cardiothoracic Case 7 K i at T. Ta n and Pat r i c i a D unl op Clinical history No history. 7). The posterior ribs are quite horizontal and some are angled superiorly. This is in contrast to the gentle downward angulation of ribs seen on a normal chest radiograph. The findings are consistent with pectus excavatum. No other significant pathology. Questions 1. What is pectus excavatum? The sternum is depressed into the chest, resulting in a concave appearance of the anterior chest wall.

Mastectomy + pleural effusion = malignant effusion unless proven otherwise (especially in the exam setting). • Although the risk is usually greatest in the first three years post treatment, malignant pleural effusion can occur many years after the initial ‘curative’ therapy. Further reading Jimenez D, Diaz G, Gil D, et al. Etiology and prognostic significance of massive ­pleural effusions. Respir Med 2005; 99: 1183–7. Jung JI, Kim HH, Park SH, et al. Thoracic manifestations of breast cancer and its therapy.

Lancet 2009; 374: 1271–83. 25 Cardiothoracic Case 12 K i at T. Ta n and Pat r i c i a D unl op Clinical history Shortness of breath. 12). Left subclavian line in situ with the tip satisfactorily placed at the cavoatrial junction. Some linear opacification at the right lower zone, most likely the result of compressive atelectasis. There is a large left pleural effusion that is displacing the mediastinal contents to the right and causing subtotal collapse of the left lung. Tiny right pleural effusion.

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