Images & Videos: Chest X-ray

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Example of a pediatric patient's chest x-ray. A lesion found on the x-ray indicated Ewing's Sarcoma.
In this x-ray image, the letter A points to the dextrocardia (displacement of the heart to the right). The letter B points to the stomach in the right upper abdominal quadrant. This is situs inversus (reversal of position) totalis.
In this x-ray image, the letter A points to the multiple gas bubbles in the left hemithorax. This is a congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
Frontal radiograph of the chest demonstrating a right tension pneumothorax.
X-ray of a patient's chest showing a right-side aortic arch.
Radiography equipment
Chest x-ray. Frontal view of a male patient.
A radiologic technologist preparing a patient for a chest x-ray. A chest x-ray produces images of the heart, lungs, airways, blood vessels and the bones of the spine and chest.
Your Radiologist Explains Chest X-ray
Chest x-ray. Side view or lateral view of the chest.


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