Tuesday, 14 January 2014

X Ray Findings - Chest Heart & Blood Vessels

Flask-shaped / Pear-shaped / Leathe- bottle / Money-bag shaped heart -Pericardial effusion

Boot-shaped heart / Coer-en-sabot - Fallot's tetralogy

Box shaped appearance - Tricuspid atresia

Jug Handle appearance - Primary pulmonary artery hypertension

"3" like appearance - Coarctation of Aorta

Egg on side appearance - Transposition of great vessels.

Egg in cup appearance - Constrictive pericarditis

Snow-man heart - TAPVC (total anomalous pulmonary venous connection)

Figure of '8' - TAPVC (total anomalous pulmonary venous connection)

Cottage Leaf appearance - TAPVC

Pericardial calcification - Constrictive pericarditis.

Calcification in heart wall - is seen in - Carcinoid syndrome

Calfication of ascending aorta - Atherosclerosis, Syphilis

Hilar dance on fluoroscopy - Atrial Septal.

Defect Xray finding in Ebstein's anomaly - Pulmonary oligemia

Posterior displacement of trachea - seen in - aneurysm of aorta.

Obliteration of left border of heart (PA view of chest) is - suggestive of - Lingular pathology (left lung) .

Bat's wings appearance - Pulmonary oedema .

Pruned tree appearance (of pulmonary circulation) - Pulmonary artery hypertension

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