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Chest Book Chapters

Chapter 10: Cough, Dyspnea, and Lung Nodules
Chapter 11: Chest Pain

Book Chapters: This section of the web page allows you to download individual chapters of the textbook Symptom Based Radiology. You may either download the chapters as PDFs, view an associated lecture on YouTube, or both. If you would like to take a quiz regarding the content of these chapters, use the free website Classmarker.com. See here for instructions.

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Chapter 15: Pediatrics

Additional Quizzes can be accessed on ClassMarker.com. To access these quizzes, log into your ClassMarker account (if you do not yet have an account, see the Class Marker signup instructions page of this website. The use of ClassMarker is entirely free).

Quizzes corresponding to this chapter: Chest Quiz 1 and 2

Chest Quizzes

Chest Case Studies

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Case Studies for Chapter 10:
Case Studies for Chapter 11:

Case studies: The documents in this section of the web page take the reader through the imaging and diagnosis of patients presenting to a community hospital. Each case study starts out with a question regarding imaging in a specific clinical scenario, asks questions about that imaging, and then proceeds to show the imaging, ask questions about it, and then discusses the follow-up of the case.

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Chest Radiology Checklist

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Chest Pain

Cough

Dyspnea

Radiology Checklists:  The documents in this section of the web page provide a differential diagnosis (a list of possible causes for a symptom), a patient information form for obtaining clinical information from a patient that is pertinent to imaging, and a radiology checklist which lists imaging features to look for on imaging obtained to evaluate a symptom.

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Chest Radiographs

Lectures

Radiographs: The documents in this section are PDFs of slide shows which cover radiograph interpretation.  The slide shows should be viewed in order.  The introductory slide show reviews the format of the lectures, the pre-test probability for interpretation of the radiograph, and normal anatomy.  The subsequent lectures cover, from most to least likely, the various findings and/or diagnosis for the radiograph.  [There are also quizzes on the content of these slide shows at the free website Classmarker.com.  See here for instructions.]

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