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TAPVR (a) Type I TAPVR.  Chest radiograph obtained in a neonate (b the same as a with a superimposed drawing) reveals the classic snowman sign, sometimes referred to as a figure-of-eight sign.

TAPVR (a) Type I TAPVR. Chest radiograph obtained in a neonate (b the same as a with a superimposed drawing) reveals the classic snowman sign, sometimes referred to as a figure-of-eight sign.

The holly leaf sign refers to the appearance of pleural plaques on chest x-rays. Their irregular thickened nodular edges are likened to the appearance of a holly leaf.   http://radiopaedia.org/articles/holly-leaf-sign

Holly leaf sign - refers to the typical chest radiograph appearance of calcified pleural plaques. The well-defined but irregular thickened edges simulate the appearance of a holly leaf.

Lateral Chest Radiograph Anatomy | Normal Lateral Chest X Ray Male Plain x-ray chest and abdomen

Lateral Chest Radiograph Anatomy | Normal Lateral Chest X Ray Male Plain x-ray chest and abdomen

Pneumothorax due to rib fractures | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

The first taken x-rays in the ED reveals multiple, partial dislocated rib fractures and a pneumothorax on the right side. After insertion of a thoracic drainage, felt necessary due to the multiple fractures, progressive shortness of breath and t.

The continuous diaphragm sign is a chest radiograph sign of pneumomediastinum or pneumopericardium if lucency is above the diaphragm, or of pneumoperitoneum if lucency is below the diaphragm.   Normally the central portion of the diaphragm is not discretely visualised on chest radiographs as it merges with the cardiac silhouette.  http://radiopaedia.org/articles/continuous-diaphragm-sign

The continuous diaphragm sign is a chest radiograph sign of pneumomediastinum or pneumopericardium if lucency is above the diaphragm, or of pneumoperitoneum if lucency is below the diaphragm. Normally the central portion of the diaphragm is not discretely visualised on chest radiographs as it merges with the cardiac silhouette. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/continuous-diaphragm-sign

Kartagener syndrome: CXR demonstrates situs inversus (rt sided heart, aorta + stomach bubble)  Bilateral peribronchial cuffing+dilated bronchial tree,mainly in upper+ lower lobe on lt side. Kartagener syndrome -autosomal recessive hereditary disease+combination of findings that are also described w immotile cilia syndrome .Typically presents w: situs inversus, bronchiectasis,chronic sinusitis,male infertility.

CXR of patient with chronic sinusitis (chronisch Nebenhöhlenentzündung). Kartagener syndrome Triad of situs totalis, chronic sinusitis, bronchiectasis

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