We embark today in a case less focused in finding a radiologic sign and more in a clinical context, but, of course from the imaging point of view.
This case provided to me by Dr Ruben Ruiz, a senior resident and Dr Santiago Isarría already known in this blog, both from Hospital Universitario Dr. Peset in Valencia. Spain.
This is a 52-year-old woman with Lupus erythematosus and a history of cervical cancer treated with radiation therapy.
The lady complains of right chest pain at deep inspiration.
Friends, the last case was seen by many, but only one person dared to try a diagnosis.
Let me see this time if you become more implicated. This is a case from my files. (Hospital Universitario Doctor. Peset. Valencia).
This is a 65-year-old lady with long standing cardiac pathology.
another case to test your ability to detect lesions.
The patient is a 68 year old woman. The finding was just incidental.
Where is the pathology and what could it be? Check the images below.
welcome to the new year 2021! We all wish you a much better year, especially regarding the terrible pandemia and its consequences.
Here is a case from 2018 ( Dr. Edgar Lorente, Hospital Universitario Dr. Peset. Valencia) that I was reviewing recently. Let’s see what you think.
This is a 45-year-old male with long standing treatment for ankylosing spondylitis. I am showing you previous images from 2014 and the actual radiographs in 2018.
Hello everybody. Are you ready for another case?
This is a case that was provided by Drs Isarría and García Dosdá from the Radiology Dept. Hospital Universitario Dr. Peset. Valencia.
This patient is a lady 78 years old with suspected eventration. In her workup she had a Chest Radiographic examination and an abdominal CT.
Please look carefully at the images. The case is not easy, but I believe that it contains some teaching points…
Good day Friends,
From Hospital Universitario Dr. Peset ( Dr Edgar Lorente).here is a case to test your ability to catch important findings.
This is a 55 year old man that comes from the cardiology clinic. What would you report or do?
This is a 19 year old that came on a weekend at 4:30 am to the Emergency room with haemoptysis.
No previous pathology. No fever.
What do you suspect and what would you do?
This patient is 42 years old without significant respiratory symptoms.
This case was provided to me by Dr Maria Luisa Domingo ( Hospital Universitario Dr Peset).
A man 76 years old with cough and chronic respiratory problems.
Non contrast CT.
Let me see what you think.
here I am trying to initiate a new course with fresh cases. I hope that all of you are well, and doing your best during this horrible pandemia.
My first case was shown to me a couple of days ago by Dr Teresa Lago Muñoz, a young radiology resident at Hospital Dr Peset.
Dr Lago tells me that this is a 48 year-old man, heavy smoker for the last 30 years.
What do you think? What would you do? (No previous images were available).