Network Five Emergency Medicine Case 1 discussing an interesting case of a patient who presents with chest pain and pre-syncope.
Golden S sign. Radiological sign which should raise suspicion of bronchial carcinoma. Rss Golden first described a characteristic reverse S-shaped shadow in the right upper lobe in 1925
Julian Dobranowski video helps you classify and identify different types of atelectasis on Chest X-ray. Atelectasis defined as reduced inflation of all, or part, of the lung.
Julian Dobranowski and Medmastery video to help you search for and identify a pneumothorax on CXR.
Julian Dobranowsk Medmastery help identify the features of cardiac failure on the chest X-ray. Evaluation of the three stages of failure
Medmastery video helps identify the various radiological presentations of pneumonia such as lobar, interstitial , bronchopneumonia and special considerations in immunocompromised patients
Henry Khunrath Pancoast (1875 – 1939) was an American radiologist. The Pancoast tumour and Pancoast syndrome is named after him
Pancoast Tumour is a primary bronchogenic carcinoma which arises in the apex of the lung at the superior pulmonary sulcus.
Pancoast Syndrome occurs secondary to local compression of brachial plexus and sympathetic chain by superior (pulmonary) sulcus tumors.
Henri Huchard (1844 - 1910) was a French cardiologist and neurologist. Eponymous term: Syndrôme de Huchard (Texidor twinge) in 1893
Indentation in the border of a solid lung mass (thought to represent a feeding vessel) - suggestive of a bronchial carcinoma.
Biography Born on May 4, 1907 1929 – BA 1932 – MRCS LRCP 1933 – MA 1934 – MB BCh 1935 – MRCP 1936 – MD 1943 – FRCP Died on May 4, 1954 Medical Eponyms Lovibond angle (profile sign)…