Basic Radiology by M. Chen, T. Pope, D. Ott(eds0

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B. pericardial effusion. 38 24) is 27) 39 C. intracardiac shunt. D. expiratory phase of respiration. E. pulmonic stenosis. 3-2. The most likely diagnosis in Case 3-2 (Fig. 3â 25) is A. mediastinal masses. B. intracardiac shunts (ASD and VSD). C. pericardial effusion or cardiomyopathy. D. combined aortic and pulmonary arterial disease. E. technical aberrations. 3-3. The most likely diagnosis in Case 3-3 (Fig. 3â 26) is A. mediastinal masses. B. intracardiac shunts (ASD and VSD). C. pericardial effusion or cadiomyopathy.

3â Case 3-17. A 25-year-old man with chest fullness (Fig. 3â 47) 46) 51 52 Case 3-18. A 76-year-old man with substernal chest pain (Fig. 3â 48) Case 3-19. A 22-year-old man with differential pulses in the legs and arms (Fig. 3â 49) Case 3-20. A 38-year-old man with a systolic murmur (Fig. 3â 50) (Courtesy of Laurence B. ) Fig. 3â 46. Fig. 3â 47. Fig. 3â 48. Fig. 3â 49. Fig. 3â 50. Questions: 3-16. The abnormal contour of the right heart border in Case 3-16 (Fig. 3â A. pericardial cyst. B. adenopathy.

Exercise 3-4: Vascular Abnormalities Clinical Histories: Case 3-16. A 67-year-old man with a long history of hypertension (Fig. 3â Case 3-17. A 25-year-old man with chest fullness (Fig. 3â 47) 46) 51 52 Case 3-18. A 76-year-old man with substernal chest pain (Fig. 3â 48) Case 3-19. A 22-year-old man with differential pulses in the legs and arms (Fig. 3â 49) Case 3-20. A 38-year-old man with a systolic murmur (Fig. 3â 50) (Courtesy of Laurence B. ) Fig. 3â 46. Fig. 3â 47. Fig. 3â 48. Fig. 3â 49.

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