José Vilar and Friends Case 6 (Update: Solution!)

Hello friends,

this time we are going to move down into the abdomen. This case was shown to me by my good friend Dr José Vizuete (Hospital Universitario Dr Peset, Valencia) and I think that it shows how we should look at images and use all the information included in them.

This is a 39-year-old woman who presents at the Emergency Room with abdominal pain in two occasions.
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18
Mar 2019
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José Vilar and Friends Case 5 (Update: Solution!)

Dear friends,

Today’s radiographs belong to a 37-year-old with fever and cough. Rule out pneumonia.
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04
Mar 2019
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José Vilar and Friends Case 4 (Update: Solution!)


Dear friends,

This case goes to basics and it should not be difficult to interpret.
28-year-old. Incidental finding.

What finding is there and what do you think?

Check the images below!
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Feb 2019
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José Vilar and Friends Case 3 (Update: Solution!)

Dear friends,

Warming up after the last case, here we are presented with a case of a 6-year-old boy with suspected pneumonia (cough and fever).

This case was shown to me by Dr. José Vizuete and Gregorio Martin; two former residents and now excellent radiologists at Dr. Peset Hospital.

What do you see from the image? Where is the pathology?
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04
Feb 2019
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José Vilar and Friends Case 2 (Update: Solution!)

Dear friends,

Thank you for joining. The last case was a warm up. This one is a little bit more complicated but I know that you will be able to help me with the diagnosis.

This is a 54 year old woman with long standing renal disease.

What do you think?

Check the image below, leave your thoughts in the comments section and come back on Friday for the answer.

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21
Jan 2019
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José Vilar and Friends Case 1 (Update: Solution!)

Dear colleagues,

Edgar; one of our young residents at Hospital Dr. Peset showed me this case:

62 year old woman.
Portable control after catheter placement.

Where is the catheter?:

1- In the pleura
2- In an artery
3- In a vein
4- In a bronchus

Check the image below, leave your thoughts in the comments section and come back on Friday for the answer.

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07
Jan 2019
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José Vilar and friends

Dear colleagues,

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as Prof. José Vilar from Hospital Universitario Doctor Peset in Valencia, Spain. Due to the departure of my friend José Caceres, I will now be heading the MYESR blog under the name ‘José Vilar and friends’ with the help of my team.

This new era of the blog follows the path traced by Prof. Caceres (and with the Muppet´s permission). I will try to keep the blog in line with its previous format, using a combination of my cases and also other cases provided by our many friends in the radiological world.

The first case will be published today as well, so please stay tuned. Feel free to express yourself as you did in Caceres’ corner, and good luck!





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Jan 2019
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