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Solution to Unknown Case #25 – Bennett Fracture

History: 30 year old male with thumb pain.  This is the appearance of a Bennett Fracture, which is an oblique intraarticular fracture through the base of the first metacarpal with extension into the first metacarpophalangeal joint. Bennett fractures classically result in a volar lip fragment with a triangular shape. It is important to get the … Continue reading

Solution to Unknown Case #24 – Multilocular Cystic Nephroma on Ultrasound

History: 60 year old male with flank pain.  This is a multilocular cystic nephroma, which is a benign cystic neoplasm of the kidney classically seen in young males and middle aged females. Multilocular cystic nephomas commonly herniate into the renal hilum. It is impossible to distinguish multilocular cystic nephromas from malignant cystic tumors on imaging … Continue reading

Unknown Case #25 – Hand Radiograph

History: 30 year old male with thumb pain.  What is your diagnosis for this 30 year old man with thumb pain? Comment and Share below! Thanks to David Benaron MS IV for this image.

CT Neck Axial Anatomy

The following slides are from WikiRadiography (WetPaint) here.

CT of the Chest Soft Tissue Windows Axial Anatomy

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Unknown Case #24 – Right Kidney Ultrasound

History: 60 year old male with flank pain.  What is your diagnosis for this 60 year old male with flank pain? Comment and share below!

Solution to Unknown Case #23 – Empyema (loculated pleural effusion)

History: Child with cough.  This is the appearance of an empyema on a lateral decubitus chest radiograph. Pleural effusions are classified as either transudative (simple fluid) or exudative (complex fluid containing pus, blood, or protein). On ultrasound, transudative pleural effusions are anechoic and simple appearing, whereas exudative pleural effusions are complex appearing with echogenic debris and … Continue reading

CT Abdomen and Pelvis Coronal Anatomy in the Male

The following slides are from WikiRadiography (WetPaint) here.  

Unknown Case #23 – Pediatric Lateral Decubitus Chest Radiograph

History: Child with cough.  What is your diagnosis? Comment and share below!

CT of the Chest Lung Windows Axial Anatomy

These slides were taken from WikiRadiography (WetPaint) here.