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Scottish dog sign

Scotty Dog Sign The Scottie or Scottish dog or Terrier sign refers to the normal appearance of the lumbar spine...

Non-accidental Trauma – Pediatric Chest X-Ray

Chest radiography of a 2-month-old baby shows multiple bilateral rib fractures of different ages. Left-sided rib fractures (arrowheads) appear to have callus...

Sail Sign

Auntminnie: the Sail Sign (X-Ray of Elbow) On the lateral view of this elbow, you can see large...

Terry Thomas Sign

An AP wrist plain film, a space is seen between the Scaphoid and the lunate , where...

Scimitar Sign

Refers to the curved vascular shadow (resembling a short, curved Turkish sword called scimitar) representing an anomalous...

Chest X-Ray Basics: PA vs. AP

Which one is AP and which one is PA? The answer is... below. On the PA view,...

Case of the Day: Brain Mass on CT

What is your diagnosis? A. Craniopharyngioma or B. Aneurysm Answer - Click here

Radiologic Sign of the Day (CT) for COVID: Crazy Paving

On cross sectional CT imaging of the lung, sometimes, you might see what is known as thickened interlobular and intralobular lines (opacities)...

How to read a COVID-19 Chest X-Ray – visual guide

How to read a COVID-19 Chest X-Ray - visual guide

Coronal Chest CT: COVID demonstrating Nodular and Mass-like Airspace Opacities

(RSNA) - CT Chest coronal view demonstrates multifocal nodular and mass-like airspace opacities in both lungs. Source: Song et al, Radiology...

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