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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

Affiliation: Indiana University

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Indication: XXXX on XXXX, increasing pain.

Findings: Chest Comparison: There is a 2.6 cm diameter masslike density over the lingula partial obscuration left cardiac XXXX. There may be some ill-defined opacity in the right mid and lower lung zone. No pleural effusion is seen. The heart is borderline enlarged. The aorta is dilated and tortuous. Arthritic changes of the spine are present. Pelvis and left hip There is an impacted and rotated fracture through the neck of the femur on the left. No pelvic fracture is seen. Arthritic changes are present in the lower lumbar spine. Large amount of stool and XXXX obscures portions of the pelvis. Femur The femoral images do not XXXX the area of the hip fracture. The remaining portions of the femur appear to be intact with no fracture or destructive process. Extensive atherosclerotic vascular disease throughout the superficial femoral artery is present. Left knee There is osteoporosis and mild arthritic changes. No fracture is seen. No dislocation is identified. Severe atherosclerotic changes of the superficial femoral and popliteal artery are seen.

Impression: Chest. 1. Left lower lobe nodule which is worrisome. If there are no prior films available for comparison XXXX scan for further evaluation. Pelvis and left hip. Rotated subcapital fracture left hip. Femur. 1. No fracture the remaining portions of the femur. Left knee. 1. Normal for age. Dr. XXXX- XXXX was called and informed of these critical results at XXXX.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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PA and lateral chest XXXX, XXXX at XXXX hours. Pelvis and left hip XXXX at XXXX hours. Left femur XXXX. Left knee 4 views XXXX, XXXX.
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Figure 1: PA and lateral chest XXXX, XXXX at XXXX hours. Pelvis and left hip XXXX at XXXX hours. Left femur XXXX. Left knee 4 views XXXX, XXXX.


Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

PA and lateral chest XXXX, XXXX at XXXX hours. Pelvis and left hip XXXX at XXXX hours. Left femur XXXX. Left knee 4 views XXXX, XXXX.
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Figure 1: PA and lateral chest XXXX, XXXX at XXXX hours. Pelvis and left hip XXXX at XXXX hours. Left femur XXXX. Left knee 4 views XXXX, XXXX.

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Indication: XXXX on XXXX, increasing pain.

Findings: Chest Comparison: There is a 2.6 cm diameter masslike density over the lingula partial obscuration left cardiac XXXX. There may be some ill-defined opacity in the right mid and lower lung zone. No pleural effusion is seen. The heart is borderline enlarged. The aorta is dilated and tortuous. Arthritic changes of the spine are present. Pelvis and left hip There is an impacted and rotated fracture through the neck of the femur on the left. No pelvic fracture is seen. Arthritic changes are present in the lower lumbar spine. Large amount of stool and XXXX obscures portions of the pelvis. Femur The femoral images do not XXXX the area of the hip fracture. The remaining portions of the femur appear to be intact with no fracture or destructive process. Extensive atherosclerotic vascular disease throughout the superficial femoral artery is present. Left knee There is osteoporosis and mild arthritic changes. No fracture is seen. No dislocation is identified. Severe atherosclerotic changes of the superficial femoral and popliteal artery are seen.

Impression: Chest. 1. Left lower lobe nodule which is worrisome. If there are no prior films available for comparison XXXX scan for further evaluation. Pelvis and left hip. Rotated subcapital fracture left hip. Femur. 1. No fracture the remaining portions of the femur. Left knee. 1. Normal for age. Dr. XXXX- XXXX was called and informed of these critical results at XXXX.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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