The left foot x-ray is from a 43 year old diabetic with cellulitis over the foot. What can be seen?Answer will be posted in a few days.
The chest x-ray obviously shows a round radiopaque foreign body in the upper oesophagus. There is a double rim sign – this is a button battery. A chest x-ray with an ingested coin in the upper oesophagus is shown for comparison: … Continue reading
The following chest x-ray image is from a 3 year old who has swallowed an object. What can be seen? Answer will be posted in a few days.
The frontal wrist x-ray shows a minimally separated intra-articular fracture of the radial styloid. There is also widening of the scapholunate interval, giving rise to the ‘Terry Thomas’ sign. The scapholunate interval is about 4.5 mm when measured; normal interval is … Continue reading
These left wrist x-rays are from a 45 year old with pain and swelling in the wrist following a fall on outstretched left hand. What can be seen?Answer will be posted in a few days. Wishing everyone a happy 2017. … Continue reading