What is the significance of this anomaly? • Xray of the Week

Figure 1. What is the significance of this anomaly?

Figure 2. Axial and coronal CT images of the cervical spine along with 3D CT reconstruction demonstrating a right cervical rib. A. Axial CT of the cervical spine detailing a unilateral, rig...

93 F with trauma from a fall. Neck pain • Xray of the Week

Figure 1. What is the important finding on this CT scan.

Figure 2. CT scan of Type 2 dens fracture. Red arrow is pointing to the fracture line at the base of the dens.

Figure 3. Anderson and D’Alonzo dens fracture classification...

86 F in MVA. Neck pain • Xray of the Week

Figure 1. What is the important finding on this CT scan.

Figure 2. CT scan of Type 3 dens fracture. Red arrow is pointing to the fracture line at the junction of the dens and body of C2.

Figure 3. Anderson and D’Alonzo dens fracture classificatio...

Hypoxia in a Neonate • Xray of the Week

What is the diagnosis?  

Figure 1. Frontal chest and abdomen radiographs. What is the diagnosis?

Figure 2.  Annotated frontal chest and abdomen radiographs. The orogastric tube (blue arrow) is in a  blind ending pouch due to esophageal atresia. The presence...

November 23, 2015

Here's all my 2016 cases in one quick video:

Kevin Rice, MD serves as the Chair of the Radiology Department of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Los Angeles, California and is a radiologist with Renaissance Imaging Medical Associates. Dr. Rice has made several media appearances as part of his ongoing c...

November 16, 2015

Vote for the Correct Spine Labeling • Xray of the Week 2016 • Week #46

RADIOLOGISTS - It's not too late to vote! This could have serious consequences for several years. If you do not like either of the major candidates, please pick C.

To vote, reply with A or B, or C in the comments. Sorry,...

Paresthesias • Xray of the Week 2016 • Week #42

This 60 year old caucasian male with stage 4 fibrosis of liver presented with unsteady gait and falls. He also had paresthesias including tingling and numbness of the wrists for one month.

Laboratory values as follows:

MMA = 24,600 (N 0-0.40 nmol/mL...

October 24, 2015

Masses in the Spine and Abdomen • Xray of the Week

This 42 year old female with a history of prior craniotomy has abnormalities in the spine and abdomen.  What is the diagnosis?

Figure 1. A and B: Cervical Spine MRI shows cystic lesions (red arrow) with an enhancing mural nodule (yellow arrow) in the...

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