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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

Affiliation: Indiana University

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Indication: Bilateral hip pain with osteoarthritis. Possible hip replacement.

Findings: On the right there is marked narrowing of the hip joint space uniformly throughout. Osteophyte formation is present with some sclerosis and subchondral cyst formation vertically along the superior acetabulum and femoral head. I do not see evidence for fracture or destructive process. AP view of the femur shows no femoral XXXX destructive process or other significant abnormality. For of the Left hip shows near-complete obliteration of the joint space with severe subchondral sclerosis and cystic formation in both the superior acetabulum and superior aspect of the femoral head. No fracture or destructive process is identified. Surgical markers were XXXX in the images and left hip for the purpose of surgical planning. PA and lateral chest show the lungs to be clear. There may be some hyperinflation. No pleural effusion is identified. The heart is normal in size. There are calcified mediastinal lymph XXXX. The skeletal structures appear normal.

Impression: 1.Severe arthritic changes in both hips left worse than right. 2. Possible COPD but no acute pulmonary disease.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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Pelvis with bilateral hips, AP femur with PA and lateral chest XXXX, XXXX.
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Indiana University Chest X-ray Collection

Kohli MD, Rosenman M - (2013)

Pelvis with bilateral hips, AP femur with PA and lateral chest XXXX, XXXX.
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Figure 2: Pelvis with bilateral hips, AP femur with PA and lateral chest XXXX, XXXX.

Affiliation: Indiana University

ABSTRACT

Indication: Bilateral hip pain with osteoarthritis. Possible hip replacement.

Findings: On the right there is marked narrowing of the hip joint space uniformly throughout. Osteophyte formation is present with some sclerosis and subchondral cyst formation vertically along the superior acetabulum and femoral head. I do not see evidence for fracture or destructive process. AP view of the femur shows no femoral XXXX destructive process or other significant abnormality. For of the Left hip shows near-complete obliteration of the joint space with severe subchondral sclerosis and cystic formation in both the superior acetabulum and superior aspect of the femoral head. No fracture or destructive process is identified. Surgical markers were XXXX in the images and left hip for the purpose of surgical planning. PA and lateral chest show the lungs to be clear. There may be some hyperinflation. No pleural effusion is identified. The heart is normal in size. There are calcified mediastinal lymph XXXX. The skeletal structures appear normal.

Impression: 1.Severe arthritic changes in both hips left worse than right. 2. Possible COPD but no acute pulmonary disease.

NOTE: The data are drawn from multiple hospital systems.

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