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September 23, 2020
Shama Jaswal and Kevin M. Rice, MD
Non-functioning pacemaker • Xray of the Week
Figure 1. Abnormal position of pacemaker.
Figure 2. CXR done 19 days after pacemaker placement. A- Note the retracted right atrial lead (green arrow) and right ventricular lead (yellow arrow). The coronary sinus lead is also partially retracted (b...
September 5, 2020
Amara Ahmed and Kevin M. Rice, MD
Why is there contrast in the liver? • Xray of the Week
Pt with renal failure and multiple prior hemodialysis catheters resulting in SVC occlusion.
Figure 1. CT scan of patient with SVC occlusion. What is the enhancing liver lesion?
A. Axial chest CT showing internal mammary vein (orange...
August 31, 2020
Neal Joshi and Kevin M. Rice, MD
Gunshot wound right groin 2 weeks ago. Pulsatile thrill • Xray of the Week
Figure 1. What is the important finding on this CT scan and Doppler.
A: pseudoaneurysm (red arrow)
B: right external iliac artery (green arrow), right external iliac vein (yellow arrow) Note there is co...
August 22, 2020
What can you determine about this patient's blood work? • Xray of the Week
A. Axial CT. B. Coronal CT.
Figure 2. A. Axial CT. Note the prominent interventricular myocardium and septum (red arrow). B. Coronal CT. Note the prominent interventricular myocardium and septum (red arrow...
August 12, 2020
Why is there air in the aorta? • Xray of the Week
A. Axial CT. Note inflated intra-aortic balloon (red arrows). in descending thoracic aorta B. IABP inflated in descending thoracic aorta (red arrow). C. Sagittal CT showing IABP inflated in descending thoracic aorta (red arrow).
August 7, 2020
Han Ngo and Kevin M. Rice, MD
58 F with left side weakness • Xray of the Week
Figure 1. Name the important findings on this CT Scan.
Figure 2. Stanford Type A aortic dissection. Blue arrows (A, C, E) pointing at intimal flaps in the ascending aorta, descending aorta, and common iliac arteries. The intimal flap separates the t...
July 28, 2020
58 yo Male Chest pain. Abdominal and pelvic pain radiating to the back. Hypertension • Xray of the Week
Figure 2. Stanford Type B aortic dissection. On chest CT, red arrows point at the true aortic lumen and yellow arrows point at the false a...
July 7, 2020
51M with hypertension and chest pain • Xray of the Week
Figure 2. CT of Stanford Type B aortic intramural hematoma.
A. Normal ascending aorta (green arrow). Note the crescent-shaped, hyperdense region along the wall of the descending aor...
July 1, 2020
48 year old male with chest pain following a motor vehicle collision • Xray of the Week
Figure 1. Name the important findings on this CXR and CT Scan.
Figure 2. Imaging results of a trauma patient who was in a motor vehicle collision. A: Chest X-ray demonstrating a widening of the mediastinu...
April 14, 2020
Neal Shah and Kevin M. Rice, MD
Name the anatomic variant and why it is important • Xray of the Week
Figure 1. CT Scan - Name the anatomic variant and why it is important.
Figure 2. Celiacomesenteric trunk. CT Scan - 3D angiogram image shows a common trunk (red arrow) which gives rise to the superior mesenteric artery an...
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