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Basics Of Radiology - Module 2 - How To Read A Normal Chest X-ray
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Basics Of Radiology - Module 2 - How To Read A Normal Chest X-ray

This is the second course in a series on the principles of radiology.

It is not possible to teach all the patterns of radiology.

The aim of the series is to teach some simpleradiological principles and to show how they can be used to reach a diagnosis by a process of logic.

The series will take you through the basics of how an X-ray or CT image is produced and how to interpret the images.

This course covers - 2. How to read a Normal Chest X-ray

This is actually about how to read any X-ray, showing how to apply a system and make assessments of normality and variations from normality. You also learn something about CXRs which are commonly requested

How to read a Normal Chest X-ray

DCBA

Normal CxR

Inspiration

Exposure Factors

Working with LAMDA

L for Lungs
A for Airways
M for Mediastinum
D for Diaphragm
A for Pleura

B for Bones & Soft tissues

A for Abdoment (& Review areas)

 

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Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
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