My Rad findings

interesting radiology images
what’s the CPT code for that?

what’s the CPT code for that?

yep.

yep.

2 areas of architectural distortion seen on tomosynthesis. the 10:00 lesion is biopsy proven invasive mammary carcinoma. 12:00 distortion more easily seen on tomo when compared to standard mammography images. biopsy of 12:00 distortion pending.

emphysematous cystitis. air in bladder wall seen on scout & CT images.

this drives me bonkers…

"upper left quadrant"?

"lodged in the spine"?


not even close, dick (wolf).

ugh. Hollywood needs me.

this drives me bonkers…

"upper left quadrant"?

"lodged in the spine"?


not even close, dick (wolf).

ugh. Hollywood needs me.

myradfindings:

breast cancer initially detected on a nuclear cardiac stress test. radiotracer activity was noted in the medial left breast.

mammograms & breast ultrasound showed large mass, axillary lymphadenopathy, & skin thickening.

#TBT to a breast cancer presentation you don’t see everyday

myradfindings:

elderly woman with vaginal discharge. fluid filled uterus with air-fluid level. contrast in urinary bladder. cultures positive for enterococcus faecalis.

intrauterine abscess

healthandmedicineorg:

The skeleton of a sufferer of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP)
Descriptions of medical cases in which people have apparently turned slowly to stone have been recorded since the 19th century; it is possible that some of these cases may be founded in reality. This “stone man syndrome” occurs due to an exceptionally rare genetic disorder causing damaged connective tissue to essentially transmute into bone due to a corruption of the normal repair process. This can often cause the paralysis of joints and ultimately the entire skeleton, as seen here. Curiously (yet terrifyingly) the disease does not immobilize the heart, eyes, smooth muscle or diaphragm, allowing these organs to sustain life and the senses even as the rest of the body is frozen in place.  

healthandmedicineorg:

The skeleton of a sufferer of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP)

Descriptions of medical cases in which people have apparently turned slowly to stone have been recorded since the 19th century; it is possible that some of these cases may be founded in reality. This “stone man syndrome” occurs due to an exceptionally rare genetic disorder causing damaged connective tissue to essentially transmute into bone due to a corruption of the normal repair process. This can often cause the paralysis of joints and ultimately the entire skeleton, as seen here. Curiously (yet terrifyingly) the disease does not immobilize the heart, eyes, smooth muscle or diaphragm, allowing these organs to sustain life and the senses even as the rest of the body is frozen in place.  

(Source: corporisfabrica, via emt-monster)

what a stab wound through the posterior thorax looks like on law & order SVU. this kills me!

what a stab wound through the posterior thorax looks like on law & order SVU. this kills me!