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USMLE Clinic Chest X-rays

Accurate interpretation of conventional thoracic radiography is essential in clinical practice. Medical students and interns are expected to thoroughly evaluate a chest x-ray and then concisely report their findings in detail. However, obtaining the necessary skills to do to so with confidence can be frustrating. Introductory books can be expensive and still leave a lot to be desired. Studying from too many sources can be tiresome and confusing. Sometimes it can be surprisingly difficult to simply identify an abnormality. Have you ever read a description of an X-ray and wondered what it is exactly that you should be looking for? At other times it can be easy to locate the pathology but finding the appropriate terminology to articulate the morphologic details proves cumbersome. The aim of this learning tool is to enable you to recognize common and life-threatening conditions and provide an objective analysis.

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