Caceres’ Corner Case 171 (Update: Solution!)

Dear Friends,

Today’s images belong to a 38-year-old woman treated with antibiotics for a sore throat with fever. Six days later she goes to the ER with left chest pain and moderate dyspnea.

What do you see?

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Nov 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 170 (Update: Solution!)

 

Dear Friends,

Dr. Pepe had a cataract operation and cannot use the computer properly. He asked for my help and I collected two easy cases for this Monday. Hopefully, Dr Pepe will be back on Monday 13.

Case 1 is a routine control of a 68-year-old man operated for carcinoma of the oesophagus.

Case 2 is a routine control of a 52-year-old woman operated for carcinoma of the breast.

What do you see?

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Nov 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 169 (Update: Solution!)


Dear Friends,

Today I am showing a PA radiograph of a 48-year-old smoker with a persistent cough. What do you see?
As in last week’s case, I will show additional images on Wednesday morning.

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Oct 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 168 (Update: Solution!)

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Today I want to try a new way of presenting cases: conventional PA and lateral radiographs will be shown on Monday, followed by additional images on Wednesday. Hope this approach will have more educational value. If it works well, I will do it more often.

Today’s radiographs belong to a 74-year-old woman with mild respiratory infection.

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Oct 2017
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Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 113 – SOLVED!

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Glad to be back. I have missed my fans! Planning big surprises for next year. In the meantime, have a look at this preoperative chest radiograph for goiter in a 47-year-old woman. What do you see?

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Oct 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 167 (Update: Solution)

Dear Friends,

Today I am showing a case seen one month ago. Radiographs belong to a 64-year-old man with intermittent fever for the previous two weeks. What do you see?

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Oct 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 166 (Update: Solution)

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This weeks’ radiographs belong to a 31-year-old male with vague chest complaints. What do you see?

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Sep 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 165 (Update: Solution)

Dear Friends,

Today’s images are a routine annual control of a 55-year-old woman operated on for carcinoma of the breast five years ago. What do you see?

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Sep 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 164 (Update: Solution)

Dear Friends,

Today I want to test your prowess in plain film interpretation. The PA radiograph belongs to a 79-year-old woman with a cough and haemoptysis. What do you see?

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Sep 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 163 (Update: Solution)

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the sixth season of Cáceres’ Corner. I will present cases during the month of September because Dr. Pepe is vacationing in Menorca with Miss Piggy and will not start the Diploma cases until October.

My close friend Larry Goodman, Director of Chest Imaging at the Medical College of Wisconsin, provides the first case. The images are of a 27-year-old male who was shot in the abdomen. I am showing chest radiographs taken on admission and after a CT was performed.

What do you see?

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Sep 2017
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