This right hand x-ray is from a 40 year old with pain and swelling at the base of his right thumb. What can be observed and what is its significance?
These chest x-ray images are from a 39 year old heavy smoker who has presented with right-sided pleuritic chest pain and a fever. What can you glean from these images?
The following chest x-ray is from a 40 year old presenting with a fever and cough. What two abnormalities can be seen?
The following right elbow x-ray is from a 60 year old man with pain and swelling behind the elbow. What can be observed?
The following OPG x-ray is from a 30 year old. Can you spot the abnormality even if no clinical information is given?
The following erect AP chest x-ray is from a 80 year old with chest pain. There is an incidental finding on the chest-ray. Can you spot it? The lateral x-ray from the same patient (sub-optimal quality), as shown below, may provide an additional clue. … Continue reading