‘Cases in Radiology’ Episode 4. An MRI knee case…

‘Cases in Radiology’ Episode 4. An MRI knee case with basic and advanced components. VIEW VIDEO: http://goo.gl/kbfIV

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What sonographic signs of acute appendicitis do you know?…

What sonographic signs of acute appendicitis do you know? Here’s our list: http://goo.gl/ZVE7o

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Q: 20 week morphology scan. What is the diagnosis? What two…

Q: 20 week morphology scan. What is the diagnosis? What two ‘fruit’ signs are seen? ANSWER: http://goo.gl/jpRZf

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Q: Acute knee injury. Which of the cruciate and collateral…

Q: Acute knee injury. Which of the cruciate and collateral ligaments are torn? VIDEO ANSWER: http://goo.gl/kbfIV

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Kerley B lines – thin 1 to 2 cm horizontal lines which…

Kerley B lines – thin 1 to 2 cm horizontal lines which extend to the pleural surface. They represent thickened subpleural interlobular septa due to lymphatic engorgement most commonly related to pulmonary interstitial oedema. They are best seen at the lung bases.

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Radiopaedia.org has PLAYLISTS!!! creating and sharing…

Radiopaedia.org has PLAYLISTS!!! creating and sharing collections of cases is now super easy. Visit Radiopaedia.org/playlists

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Pathological humerus fracture in a patient with…

Pathological humerus fracture in a patient with osteopetrosis.

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Case of the day: Is this a pathological fracture? ANSWER:…

Case of the day: Is this a pathological fracture? ANSWER: http://goo.gl/B8t2n

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Osteopoikilosis – the little black dots in the marrow. These…

Osteopoikilosis – the little black dots in the marrow. These would appear as well-defined sclerotic foci on plain radiographs. LEARN MORE: http://goo.gl/yiCTJ

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Case of the day: What is causing this bowel obstruction? ANSWER:…

Case of the day: What is causing this bowel obstruction? ANSWER: http://goo.gl/HEhJj

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