Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 108 – The Wisdom of Dr. Pepe (Chapter 1) – SOLVED!

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Today we’ll start the third part of The Beauty of Basic Knowledge series, entitled The Wisdom of Dr. Pepe, in which I intend to summarise my basic approach to chest interpretation. Here I am showing radiographs of a 27-year-old man with moderate cough.

As usual, check the images below, leave your thoughts in the comments section, and come back on Friday to find out the solution.

Diagnosis:

1. RML disease
2. Pleural effusion
3. RLL mass
4. None of the above

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Caceres’ Corner Case 158 (Update: Solution)

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Today I am showing chest radiographs of a 47-year-old man with fever and moderate dyspnoea. What do you see?

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Apr 2017
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Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 107 – To err is human: how to avoid slipping up (Chapter 6) – SOLVED!

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To conclude the section “To err is human” I am presenting PA radiographs of a 57-year-old hairdresser with interstitial lung disease, who is on the waiting list for lung transplant. What do you see?

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Caceres’ Corner Case 157 (Update: Solution)

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Spring is here and it makes us want to present easy cases. Today we are showing preoperative radiographs for ankle trauma in a 47-year-old woman.
What do you see?

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Apr 2017
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Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 106 – To err is human: how to avoid slipping up (Chapter 5) – SOLVED!

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This week I’m continuing with another chapter of “To err is human”; and today I am presenting chest radiographs of a 64-year-old man. These images were taken one month after a myocardial infarction.

Check the images carefully, leave your thoughts in the comments and come back on Friday for the answer.

Diagnosis:
1. Aortic elongation
2. Aortic dissection
3. Aortic aneurysm
4. Any of the above

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Caceres’ Corner Case 156 (Update: Solution)

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Today we are presenting a routine control radiograph of a 31-year-old woman. Can you guess the reason for the operation?

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1. Aortic coarctation
2. Aortic dissection
3. Congenital aortic valvular stenosis
4. None of the above

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Mar 2017
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Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 105 – To err is human: how to avoid slipping up (Chapter 4) – SOLVED!

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Continuining with the next chapter of “To err is human”, I present PA radiograph of a 45-year-old woman with chest pain and mild fever.
How many significant findings do you see?

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four

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Mar 2017
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Caceres’ Corner Case 155 (Update: Solution)

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Since you will be tired after the ECR Congress, I am showing an easy case. These images were taken during a routine check-up of a healthy 55-year-old woman. What do you think?

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Mar 2017
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Dr. Pepe’s Diploma Casebook: Case 104 – To err is human: how to avoid slipping up (Chapter 3) – SOLVED!

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Today I am presenting chest radiographs taken during a routine check-up of a 60-year-old woman. Radiographs were read as normal. What do you see?

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Caceres’ Corner Case 154 (Update: Solution)

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Today I present images of an 89-year-old man with COPD and occasional pulmonary infections. What do you see?

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Feb 2017
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