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Chest Radiology Plain Film and CT- Beyond the Basics. John W. Renner, M.S., M.D. Clinical Professor of Radiology UCSD Medical Center Brendan Kidder, M.S. IV UCSD School of Medicine. Chest Radiology Goals. Review the basics of Chest Imaging

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    1. Chest RadiologyPlain Film and CT- Beyond the Basics John W. Renner, M.S., M.D. Clinical Professor of Radiology UCSD Medical Center Brendan Kidder, M.S. IV UCSD School of Medicine

    2. Chest RadiologyGoals • Review the basics of Chest Imaging • Examine the modalities of the Chest “Plain Film” and Computed Tomography • Review basic disease entities and their imaging evaluation • Allow Hospitalists to better understand “How to talk to a radiologist in a hospital setting if you must!”

    3. Chest RadiologyNormal Radiographic Anatomy • Normal frontal and lateral views • Cross-sectional anatomy • Symmetry and asymmetry • Interfaces, lines and junction stripes • Chest compartments • Densities

    4. Normal Chest

    5. Pre-Vascular Space

    6. Anterior Junction Line

    7. Right Paratracheal Stripe

    8. Carina

    9. Basal Segmental Anatomy

    10. Main Pulmonary Artery

    11. Aortic Valve

    12. Inferior Pulmonary Veins

    13. Left Coronary Artery

    14. Right Coronary Artery

    15. Secondary pulmonary lobule Webb, R : Radiology 2006

    16. Chest RadiologyPatterns of Disease • Honeycombing • Cystic lesions • Nodules • Ground-glass opacities • Mosaic pattern • Tree-in-bud • Interlobular septal thickening

    17. Honeycombing Chest X-Ray .com

    18. Centrilobular Emphysema Webb, R. Radiology 2006

    19. Centrilobular Emphysema

    20. Centrilobular Emphysema Webb, R. Radiology 2006

    21. Centrilobular Nodules Webb, R. Radiology 2006

    22. Sarcoidosis Chest X-Ray. com

    23. Sarcoidosis Webb, R. Radiology 2006

    24. Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis Webb, R. : Radiology 2006

    25. Ground-Glass Opacities Chest X-Ray. com

    26. Pulmonary Edema

    27. Bronchopneumonia

    28. Mosaic Perfusion Chest X-Ray. com

    29. Mosaic Perfusion

    30. Mosaic Perfusion

    31. Transplant Lung

    32. Transplant Lung

    33. Tree-in-Bud

    34. Tree-in-Bud Webb, R. : Radiology 2006

    35. Interlobular Septal Thickening Webb, R. Radiology 2006

    36. Interlobular Septal Thickening Webb, R. Radiology 2006

    37. Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis Webb, R. Radiology 2006

    38. Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis

    39. Bronchiectasis Chest X-Ray. com

    40. Air Trapping Chest X-Ray. com

    41. Head Cheese Sign Webb, R. : Radiology 2006

    42. Crazy Paving Pattern

    43. Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis

    44. Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis

    45. Idiopathic Pulmonary Hemosiderosis

    46. Aspergilomas

    47. Bronchogenic Cyst

    48. Interstitial Pulmonary Fibrosis

    49. Interstitial Pulmonary Fibrosis

    50. Interstitial Pulmonary Fibrosis