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Chest

The azygoesophageal stripe

History: 40 year old male with cough.

Normal frontal chest radiograph in an adult male shows a nice example of the azygoesophageal stripe seen posterior to the heart and oriented obliquely from cranial right to caudal left.

Normal frontal chest radiograph in an adult male shows a nice example of the azygoesophageal stripe seen posterior to the heart and oriented obliquely from cranial right to caudal left.

Normal chest radiograph showing a nice example of the azygoesophageal stripe.

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I am a radiology physician from California, USA.

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