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SET T0035 - GP Referrals - Chest radiographs

CASE 1

HISTORY

Male. 45 years. Persistent cough.

QUESTION

General Practitioner has requested this CXR - and asks for a report. How would you report this CXR?

ANSWER

CASE 2

HISTORY

Female 42 years. Loss of appetite and loss of weight.

QUESTION

Explain these appearances.

ANSWER

CASE 3

HISTORY

Female. 58 years. Persistent cough.

QUESTION

Normal or abnormal?

ANSWER

CASE 4

HISTORY

Female. Age 23 years.

Long standing cough. Otherwise - well.

On examination: reduced air entry on the left side of the chest.

QUESTION

Normal or abnormal CXR?

ANSWER