I hope you enjoyed your holidays wherever you are. I wish you a wonderful new year!
After case 20 (Tracheobronchomegaly) that was very well interpreted by those who dared to send a diagnosis, here is another challenge.
Preoperatory chest radiographic study. No significant clinical symptoms.
This case was provided to me by Dr Edgar Lorente, a smart radiology resident at Hospital Universitario Dr Peset.
This is a 60 year old male with repeated pulmonary infections. This should not be very hard for you…
I am spending few days near Barcelona and, of course, I had lunch with my friend José Caceres, master of the blogs. José ( and the Muppet) advised me to show you this case, so here it is.
This is a case that will test your ability to integrate the findings. Lets see…
This is a case that was diagnosed by Hospital Dr. Peset´s Radiology Senior Resident Dr. Rodrigo Blanco. Read more…
The fall is here and after a hike in the Teruel mountains I collected some mushrooms (“lactarius deliciosus” and “lepista nuda”, the blue one) and now, after tasting them, and perfectly healthy, I am ready to send you a new case.
let us see a case that involves a portable chest radiograph, which usually carries additional difficulties to the interpretation.
Drs García ,Vega and Graells, excellent radiologists at Hospital Universitario Dr Peset, musculo-skeletal section
Today, I am going to show you a case provided to me by Dr Luis García ( A European Diploma holder).
This is not a very complicated case, but may underline a not very well known clinical scenario.
how was your summer? My summer was great and I am ready to present some fresh cases!
Just to warm you up, here is a case recently shown to me in Hospital Dr Peset.
This is a 38 year old male with upper respiratory symptoms. Read more…
You did a great job with case 12. Here is our next case, to confirm or prove your diagnostic abilities.
This is a 53 year old woman that had a chest radiographic study for suspicion of respiratory infection.
Let us see what diagnostic possibilities you suggest.
Case provided by Dr. Rodrigo Blanco. Hospital Universitario Dr. Peset. Valencia.
This week I am hiking in the mountains, but I have managed to send you this case.
Do you know what type of tree is this?
Below you’ll find two radiographs belonging to a 38-year-old woman. Incidental finding.