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X Ray Dextrocardia! in Chest X ray!

Whats ur diagnosis?

1) lung hypoplasias
2) dextrocardia
3) dextrocardia situs inversus

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3) dextrocardia situs inversus
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dextrocardia with situs inversus...
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3) dextrocardia situs inversus...i think thats the fundic air fluid level on the RIGHT .. and also the heart is on the right.
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Guys how do we determine if there is situs invertus along with this?
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Guys how do we determine if there is situs invertus along with this?
if u notice left dome of diaphragm higher then right showing presence of liver in left thts wt i think......
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if u notice left dome of diaphragm higher then right showing presence of liver in left thts wt i think......
and also the fundic air fluid level on the right...
a more obvious one...
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yes i believe it is dextrocardio with situs inversus
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dextro cardia with situs inversus...the fundic gas shadow is on the right..

hey but do we call it just situs inversus..or dextro cardia with situs inversus...
situs inversus means heart should be on the right side...right
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