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Since our exams are getting closer, I thought I would start a thread where users could post pictures of important findings and others could try and guess what they are:

Guess what this is:



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its an X ray of TETRALOGY OF FALLOT(TOF)...with characteristic boot shaped heart...
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this is a proper pic of the foregut arteries

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~anatomy/Ab...ams/celiac.htm
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and i use this one to remember the wrist bones

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=...1t:429,r:0,s:0
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cardiomegaly 2ndry to tof
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its an X ray of TETRALOGY OF FALLOT(TOF)...with characteristic boot shaped heart...
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That is a really great picture of celiac trunk!
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cardiomegaly
Close! Try again..
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Since our exams are getting closer, I thought I would start a thread where users could post pictures of important findings and others could try and guess what they are:

Guess what this is:



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Right Ventricular hypertrophy in TOF (characteristic boot shaped heart)
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@jattdoc - do you have a site for brain angiograms and coronary angiograms?
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@jattdoc - do you have a site for brain angiograms and coronary angiograms?
hey star, yea i use this site
http://classes.kumc.edu/som/radanatomy/

this one i use for brain stem pics
http://isc.temple.edu/neuroanatomy/lab/atlas/micn/

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http://isc.temple.edu/neuroanatomy/lab/gross_atlas/4/
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What does this patient have?
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Digital clubbing w flattening of the nails ? ... many etiologies that lead to hypoxia can cause it. Is that right?
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Digital clubbing w flattening of the nails ? ... many etiologies that lead to hypoxia can cause it. Is that right?
Almost there, not quite.

Back in my old med school we learned that if you line up two finger nails the bottom part will be triangular (distal phalagnes)
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i think , its spoon shaped nails i .e. koilonychia - iron deficiency anemia
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