Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Gospodin Seki, May 23, 2012.
What is this?
Cardiomegaly, mili moj.
Pericardial effusion, e.g. due to TB.
Other possible causes include: cancer, pericarditis, renal failure and other (mostly viral) infections.
cardiomegaly hyperinflated chest ?copd
seems as emphysema with rt ventricular enlargement with increased bronchovascular markings so copd
Кардиомегалия (в рамках сердечной недостаточности)
long oesophageal stricture most likely corrosive barium study vs left atrial enlargement with double contour of rt cardiac border for clinical correlation
cardiomegaly. possibly RT ventricular septal defect
ventricular septal defect
cardiomegaly, also aortic dissetion
Correct answer is : Cardiomegaly
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