Fundamental Radiological Findings

OVERVIEW

This section organizes content by the fundamental “units” of radiology: radiological findings. Clicking on each finding on this page will reveal a more detailed page on the findings, as well as a section that outlines the differential diagnosis for said finding.

Radiological “findings” are the units by which radiology is performed. Each finding has its own framework which are elaborated in the links below (source)
CHEST X-RAY

The following are important radiological findings that are often observed on chest X-rays:

Heart:

Lungs:

Mediastinum:

Spine:

Diaphragm:

Other:

ABDOMINAL X-RAY (KUB)

Bowels:

Signs Intraperitoneal Free Air:

HAND X-RAY

Carpal bones:

RENAL ULTRASOUND

Vessels (with doppler):

NON-CONTRAST HEAD CT-SCAN

Brain:

CONTRAST HEAD CT-SCAN

Brain:

ABDOMINAL CT-SCAN

Liver:

Mesentery:

MEDICAL EQUIPEMNT 

Tubes:

Other: