CT scan shows a left parietal haemorrhage with an underlying mass which demonstrates some enhancement post contrast. There is surrounding vasogenic oedema and a small amount of midline shift.
CT shows a long segment intussusception in the right upperquadrant, which is thought to involve the ileum and caecum.
Note inferior portion of renal cyst visible posterior to intussusception
A rim enhancing lesion is visible in the LEFT parietal lobe in keeping with a glioblastoma
Surrounding the lesion is an area of vasogenic oedema, extending into the left periventricular region.
CXR shows multiple, ill-defined nodules throughout both lungs
T1W sagittal MRI following intravenous gadolinium shows multiple enhancing meningeal deposits.
Complex CT scan. Some fissural and peribronchovascular nodules with upper zone predominance and associated parenchymal distortion. Also tree-in-bud nodules and some cavitating nodules in the upper zones (not shown).
Situs inversus (right sided cardiac apex and right sided stomach bubble) with lower lobe ring shadows consistent with bronchiectasis. There is also bilateral hilar enlargement.
Axial CT slice shows situs inversus - liver on the left and spleen/stomach bubble on the right. Also note transposition of the normal positions of the IVC and aorta.
Girdlestone excision arthroplasty
If both hips were visible in a pelvic view, then the affected side would have the tip of the trochanter in a higher plane than the unaffected side.
Erect CXR, with good inspiration.
Bilateral upper lobe consolidation with evidence of cavitation in the left upper lobe.
CXR- There is a well circumscribed opacity in the medial aspect of the right upper zone that extends above the clavicles, with added soft tissue opacity in the right side of the neck, suggesting that this is likely to represent a superior mediastinal mass.
The diagnosis was later confirmed to be thyroid related with CT scan.
CXR demonstrating RIGHT upper zone shadowing, with the appearance of a cavitating lesion, most likely an infectious consolidation - TB is being investigated, and malignancy cannot be ruled out.
Marked ground glass attenuation bilaterally. There is no evidence of COPD, bronchiectasis or lung fibrosis. Lung fields show extensive patchy areas of ground glass haziness with some centrilobular nodularity. There is early traction bronchiectasis in the periphery. There are some areas of air trapping.
Extensive "Cannon ball" shadows suggesting metastatic malignancy across both lung fields
Large "Saddle Pulmonary Embolism".
"Thumb-printing " sign which suggests bowel wall oedema from fulminant colitis.
Large scrotal hernia containing loops of bowel.
Right total hip replacement
Selected axial image from a contrasted CT examination demonstrates mulitple, widespread low attenuation lesions throughout the liver consistent with liver metastases.
The primary malignancy is in sigmoid colon (Not visualised on this image)
Lateral translocation of tibia, disrupting left knee joint. No bony fractures