logging in or signing up Neonatal Xrays samslittleden Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 3411 Category: Science & Tech.. License: All Rights Reserved Like it (2) Dislike it (0) Added: October 29, 2009 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 4 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... By: opowers (48 month(s) ago) This is excellent-I'd really like to show my students these xrays for my Neonatal-Pediatrics class! Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Neonatal X-rays : Neonatal X-rays Dr S Sen MBBS,DCH,MD Slide 2: Dextrocardia - heart pointing the wrong way Slide 3: Chronic lung disease - hyperinflated chest with lots of patchy shadowing - some areas of shadows and some clear patches Slide 4: Right upper lobe collapse and consolidation - patchy shadowing everywhere Slide 5: Absent clavicles Craniocleidodysostosis Slide 6: Absent cranial sutures - craniosynostosis Slide 7: Guts in left side of chest - mediastinum displaced - chest drains in situ Diaphragmatic hernia Slide 8: Widespread intramural gas - NEC Slide 9: Chronic lung disease - uneven patchy shadowing and hyperexpansion - fractured left ribs Slide 10: Dilated stomach Duodenal atresia Slide 11: Bilateral pleural effusions - radio-opaque markers are the ends of pigtail catheters used for in-utero drainage Slide 12: Pneumothorax - left chest drain is displaced Slide 13: Free gas in the abdomen in supine view Slide 14: Severe cystic chronic lung disease Slide 15: Grossly abnormal chest shape and heart shape - god only knows what is goin on Slide 16: NG tube in L thorax - diaphragmatic hernia Slide 17: UVC going to the right in the liver - displaced into right hepatic vein Slide 18: Fractured clavicle Slide 19: Intramural gas, thickened and dilated bowel loops - NEC Slide 20: Left lung opaque - ET tube in R main bronchus Slide 21: Sternal wiring, large globoid heart, round wire mesh stent keeping the ductus arteriosus open Slide 22: Abnormal heart - apex lifted off the diaphragm - Fallot’s Slide 23: Dilated thickened bowel with intramural gas - NEC Slide 25: Stomach and intestines on the wrong side - situs inversus Slide 28: Right lung clear, left lung opaque - tube position satisfactory Slide 30: Tension pneumothorax Slide 31: Huge globular heart - in this case due a diabetic cardiomyopathy Slide 32: Air bronchogram - severe RDS Slide 34: Right lung collapsed - ET tube jammed in right main bronchus but opening into the left Slide 35: Round shadow in central abdomen - perforation with free gas Slide 36: Widespread ground glass appearance - heart borders not visible - RDS Slide 41: UVC in R hepatic vein Slide 42: Badly rotated film - solid lungs granular appearance - RDS Slide 43: Right pneumothorax with anterior collection Slide 45: Remarkably dark lung fields No obvious pneumothorax Possible pulmonary hypertension Slide 46: Left lung has RDS, right lung has PIE with a large bulla at the base. Uneven surfactant ? Slide 47: Venogram showing occlusion of the right femoral vein with collaterals - also shows bowel in a large left inguinal hernia Slide 48: Right pleural effusion and left pneumothorax - probable large heart Slide 49: Gas goes from ET tube into stomach and lungs - most severe form of TOF - a laryngeal web Slide 50: Double bubble Duodenal atresia Slide 52: A normal chest Xray Questions : Questions You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.