Volume : V, Issue : I, January - 2016

PICTORIAL VIEW – SIGNS IN CHEST X–RAYS

Dr I D Desai, Dr Parth Patel, Dr Jay K Kharsadiya

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A radiological sign can sometimes resemble a particular objector pattern and is often highly suggestive of a group of similarpathologies. Awareness of such signs can help to find the differential diagnosis list. Many such signs have been describedfor X–ray and computed tomography (CT) images. In this article, we present the most frequently encountered plain film in chest imaging. These signs include for plainfilms the air onchogram sign, silhouette sign, deep sulcussign, Continuous diaphragm sign, air crescent (“meniscus”)sign, Golden S sign, cervicothoracic sign, Luftsichel sign, scimitar sign, doughnut sign, Hampton hump sign, Westermarksign, and juxtaphrenic peak sign

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Dr I D Desai, Dr Parth Patel, Dr Jay K Kharsadiya Pictorial View‾Signs In Chest X-Rays Paripex-Indian Journal Of Research, Vol: 5, Issue : 1 January 2016


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