Name the finding on bladder ultrasound and related complication • Xray of the Week 

Figure 1. Bladder ultrasound. 

Figure 2. Bladder ultrasound- sagittal image. Note the intra-vesicular ureterocele seen as a cystic dilation of the distal ureter bulging into the bladder. There is al...

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...

Name the Cardiac Device • Xray of the Week

Fig. 1. A. Frontal chest xray showing the Amplatzer® Septal Occluder Device over the expected location of the atrial septum (red arrows). 

Fig. 1. B. Echochardiogram 4 chamber view showing the Amplatzer® Septal Occluder Device (yellow arrows) coveri...

63 yr old otherwise healthy male in Northern Italy with syncope • Xray of the Week 

The patient presented to the Emergency Department with syncope. He denied contact with COVID-19 positive people in the Italian “red zones”. Vital signs including temperature were normal. Physical exam was normal....

Name the Cardiac Device • Xray of the Week 

Figure 1. Name the cardiac device.

Figure 2. Plain radiograph demonstrating the MitraClip Cardiac Device (green arrows). 

Figure 3. CT scan demonstrating the MitraClip Cardiac Device (green arrows). 

Figure 4. Video demonstra...

45 year old male with chest pain, tachypnea and shortness of breath • Xray of the Week

Figure 1. Name the important findings on this CT Scan.

Figure 2. CT Scan demonstrating saddle pulmonary embolism with RV strain. A: Saddle embolism (red arrow). Large bilateral emboli in right and left main pul...

Name the Cardiac Device • Xray of the Week

Figure 1. Name the cardiac device.

Figure 2. A: Plain radiograph demonstrating the TAVR (red arrows). Note on the plain xray the TAVR aligning with the expected location of the aortic root. B: Axial CT image of the chest showing TAVR (green arrow). Note...

Name the Cardiac Device • Xray of the Week 

Figure 1. Name the cardiac device.

Figure 2. A: Plain radiograph demonstrating the TMVR (red arrows). Note on the plain xray that the long axis of the TMVR replacement is more horizontal than seen with TAVR B: Axial CT image of the chest showing TM...

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