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SET T0006 - Emergency Department

CASE 1

HISTORY

It is 2008. This City of London banker has developed chest discomfort after visiting the Gym.

QUESTION

This CXR is abnormal. (a) Define the abnormality; (b) list five posssible causes for the abnormality; (c) most likely cause in this patient ?

ANSWER

CASE 2

HISTORY

73 year old female patient. Smoker. Short of breath for some years. The dyspnoea is more marked today. The GP has referred the patient for a CXR and has asked if there is any explanation for the increase in the dyspnoea?

QUESTION

What findings would you communicate to the GP?

ANSWER

CASE 3

HISTORY

Young man with pain in the right hip - on and off for some years. His General Practitioner has suggested that a check X-ray would be a good idea.

QUESTION

Explain the two findings shown on this radiograph.

ANSWER

CASE 4

HISTORY

Young male patient. Hip pain - bilateral - after a powerful tackle in a rugby match.

QUESTION

Normal or abnormal?

ANSWER