Basic Radiology

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Radio-diagnosis

  • Although the clinician often has the advantage of a greater appreciation of the clinical context, first describe the abnormal findings before launching into a definitive diagnosis
  • There is often more than one differential diagnoses for an abnormal appearances e.g. tracheal deviation and lung whiteout could either be due to massive effusion or massive collapse
  • Do a careful systematic search for other features that support or exclude the alternatives

 

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