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Thoracic Imaging. Radiology school, Liu Lin Xiang, 刘林祥 , lxliu@tsmc.edu.cn. Imaging Technique. Fluoroscopy, Plain radiograph Tomography Broncography, Angiography Computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance Imaging Ultrasonography Positron Emission Tomography. Fluoroscopy. multiprojection

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    1. Thoracic Imaging Radiology school, Liu Lin Xiang, 刘林祥, lxliu@tsmc.edu.cn

    2. Imaging Technique • Fluoroscopy, Plain radiograph • Tomography • Broncography, Angiography • Computed Tomography • Magnetic Resonance Imaging • Ultrasonography • Positron Emission Tomography

    3. Fluoroscopy • multiprojection • mobility of diaphragm

    4. Plain radiograph • Frontal view • be taken with full inspiration and posteroanterior beam direction

    5. Plain radiograph • lateral views in a standing • High kilovoter radiograph

    6. Broncography • demonstration of bronchiectasis • bronchial anomalies • fistula with the pleural cavity

    7. Bronchial angiography • haemoptysis • IVR

    8. Pulmonary angiography • be used to demonstrate the pulmonary arteries and veins

    9. CT

    10. MRI

    11. thoracic skeleton • sternum • clavical • rib • cervical rib • bifurcation rib • fusion of rib • thoracic spine • scapula

    12. Thoracic skeleton

    13. bifid rib

    14. Bifurcation of rib

    15. Cervical rib

    16. Soft tissue stemocleidomastoid and pectoral muscles breast shadows nipple of the breast

    17. Soft tissue • stemocleidomastoid and pectoral muscles • breast shadows • nipple of the breast

    18. Soft tissue stemocleidomastoid and pectoral muscles breast shadows nipple of the breast

    19. Bone structure and soft tissue

    20. Mediastium and division

    21. Normal thyma

    22. Normal mediestium • Brachiocephalic truck • Left common carotid artery • Left subclavian artery • Brachiocephalic vein • Internal jugular vein

    23. Normal mediestium

    24. Normal mediestium

    25. Normal mediestium

    26. Normal mediestium

    27. Normal mediestium

    28. Normal mediestium

    29. Normal mediestium

    30. Normal mediestium

    31. Normal mediestium

    32. Diaphragm • level of right dome of diaphragm is higher than left • On inspiration, upper part of right dome of diaphragm is near tip of sixth rib at front, and between 10th and 11th rib at back

    33. plurae

    34. plurae

    35. plurae

    36. azygos lobe

    37. Trachea • 10cm in length,1.5-2.5cm in dimeter • located midline of the neck and upper thorax • In front of the esophagus • Extends from the lower border of the cricoid carlage at the level of sixth ceivicle vertebra to the level of the sternal angle at the lower border of the fourth thoracic vertebra • 15-30 C-shaped rings of hyaline cartilage and posteriorly tracheal musle

    38. bronchial tree

    39. right left bronchial tree

    40. bronchial tree

    41. bronchial tree

    42. Illustation of the lung

    43. lung

    44. lobe

    45. Right middle lobe