Sir Peter James Kerley (1900-1979) was an Irish radiologist. Kerley was widely published including describing (but not naming) his eponymous lines firstly in 1933 and then in again his textbook in 1950, and widely about TB diagnosis. Kerley lines A, B and C
Henri Huchard (1844 - 1910) was a French cardiologist and neurologist. Eponymous term: Syndrôme de Huchard (Texidor twinge) in 1893
Haney Mallemat recounts a story of an asthmatic who minutes after he was intubated, became bradycardic, hypertensive and coded.
Andrew Dixon takes us through five Common Trauma Radiology Misses and Misinterpretations.
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
Medmastery video helps identify the various radiological presentations of pneumonia such as lobar, interstitial , bronchopneumonia and special considerations in immunocompromised patients
A review of the ECG features of pulmonary embolism with specific ECG examples
Ernest William Goodpasture (1886 - 1960) was an American pathologist. Goodpasture syndrome (1918)
William Stokes (1804–1878) was an Irish physician. Eponymously affiliated with Cheyne-Stokes respiration and Stokes-Adams syndrome
Some experts divide patients in two separate phenotypes: The “L” phenotype characterized by a hypoxemic failure and “low elastance” lungs (high compliance) and the “H” phenotype with “high elastance and recoil” lungs (lower compliance).
A 79 year old female with a history of atrial fibrillation and hypertension presents with increasing dyspnea. Interpret the evolving CXR's
An 18 year old female presents with right sided pleuritic chest pain. describe and interpret her CXR