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Turn me over!

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whatis the abnormality?

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What is the pathology here?

Both SBO and LBO

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Name this pathology

Calcified Gall stone

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What can you see here? What is the likely cause?

Cholecystectomy clips - and air in the Biliary tree. The most likely cause is recent laprop surgery. 

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what does this image show?

Dilated Colon - Sigmoid Volvulus

This occurs in cases of long-standing chronic constipation where patients develop a large, elongated, relatively atonic colon, particularly in the sigmoid segment. It is often referred to as acquired or idiopathic megacolon. In sigmoid volvulus, a large sigmoid loop full of faeces and distended with gas twists on its mesenteric pedicle to create a closed-loop obstruction. If uncorrected, venous infarction leads to perforation and faecal peritonitis.

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What does this image show? Can you make any further comments?

Imbibed foreign bodies. Denser than bone, likely metal objects. 

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Name this Ivx

IV Pyelogram

 

An intravenous pyelogram (IVP) is a special x-ray examination of the kidneys, bladder, and ureters (the tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder).

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Name this pathology

Large Bowel Obstruction

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What is the obvious pathology? Can you see the cause?

LBo due to colonic cancer. 

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what is the pathology?

LBO

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Name the pathology

LBO

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Describe the pathology on this image, including its location. 

LBO - splenic flexure.

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Name the abnormality on this image. 

NO LEFT LEG!

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What does this image show?

Neonate with perforated bowell - pneumoperitoneum

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what is the pathology?

Pneumoperitoneum

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what does this image show?

A NORMAL ABDO radiograph!

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what does this image show?

Pneumoperitoneum

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what does this image show?

pneumoperitoneum

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What does this image show?

Pneumoperitoneum

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What clinical sign is seen here?

rigler's - Air both sides of the bowel. 

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What pathology does this radiograph show?

R Pneumoperitoneum

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Name the pathology?

SBO

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SBO or LBO?

SBO

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Name the pathology

SBO

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Name the pathology

SBO

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Say what you see. 

small bowel dilatation

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Name the pathology

stagohorn calculi

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Name the pathology

Ureteric calculus. 

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What pathology is seen here?

Acute Extradural haematoma

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What is the pathology here? Is it chronic or acute?

Acute Cerebral HAematoma.

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What pathology is seen here?

Acute on chronic subdural haematoma

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What pathology is seen here?

Acute Subarrachnoid Haemorrhage

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What pathology is seen here?

Acute subdural haematoma

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What pathology is seen here?

Basal ganglia calcification

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What pathology is seen here?

 

Cerebral HAemorrhage on CT

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What pathology is seen here?

Cerebral Infarction

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What pathology is seen here?

Frontal view of sjull fracture

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What pathology is seen here?

 

Intra and extra dural Haemmorhage

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What pathology is seen here?

 

Intracerebral abnormality

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What pathology is seen here?

Intracerebral mass - highlighted with contrast

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What pathology is seen here?

 

Acute intraventricular haemorrhage

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What pathology is seen here?

 

Intraventricular Haemorrhage on CT

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What pathology is seen here?

 

Skull fracture (lateral view)

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What pathology is seen here?

 

Left MCA infarct

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What pathology is seen here?

Middle cerebral artery thrombosis on CT

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What pathology is seen here?

Nothing! This is a NORMAL Skull (lateral view)

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What pathology is seen here?

Nothing! This is a normal (CHILD) Skull!

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What pathology is seen here?

Nothing! Normal headf ct (albeit old)

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What view is this?

 

PA

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Which view is this?

Normal Townes view

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What pathology is seen here?

Occipital bone fracture

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What pathology is seen here?

R MCA Infarct

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What pathology is seen here?

R MCA Infarct

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What condition is this?

Frontal Mucocele

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What condition is this?

Frontal Mucocele

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What can you see here?

Inverted Papiloma

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What can you see here?

Inverted Papilloma

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Inverted Papilloma

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What can you see here?

Paradoxical curvature

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What is this?

Wegners Granulomatosis

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What can you see here?

Septal Deviation

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What can you see here?

Silent Sinusitis

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What condition can you see here?

Post Nasal Rhabdomyocarcoma

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What obvious abnormality can you see here?

TUMOUR!

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What can you see here?

Septal Floor Squamous Cell Carcinoma

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What can you see here?

Septal Spur

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What can you see here?

Tumour. Horrible, horrible TUMOUR.

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What can you see here?

Emphysema on ct scan.

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What can you see here?

Pleural Effusion in the sagittal plane view.

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What can you see here?

Pleural effusion in the sagittal plane CT.

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What is the pathology here?

Left lung pleural effusion.

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What can you see here?

Pleural effusion, coronal view CT.

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What can you see here?

PLeural effusion.

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What can you see here?

Uppe right lung Bullae.

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What can you see?

This is an apple core cancer.

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What can you see?

This is Caecal cancer.

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What can you see?

Caecal Cancer

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What can you see?

Caecal gas - imminent perforation

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What can you see?

Cancer of the rectum.

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What can you see?

Colitis

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What can you see?

Distal sigmoid carcinoma.

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What can you see?

Epiploic Appendagitis.

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What can you see?

Liver mets

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What can you see?

Large rectal polyp

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What can you see?

Large Polypoid rectal tumour.

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What can you see?

Large bowel obstruction

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What can you see?

Pneumoperitoneum

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What can you see?

Pulmonary mets

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What can you see?

Transverse colon polyp

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What can you see?

Villous Adenoma - Rectum

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What can you see?

Villous Adenoma - Sigmoid

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What does this image show?

This is an infarction of the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA)

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Week 222

 

What does this image show?

Posterior cerebellar artery infarction. 

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What does this image show?

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Week 222

 

what does this image show?

Subarrachnoid haemorrhage

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what does this image show?

Haemangioblastoma

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What does this image show?

This is lymphoma. 

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Week 222

What does this image show?

Progressive multifocal encephalopathy

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What is Fahrs disease?

This is idiopathic basal ganglia calcification. 

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