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Common chest radiograph presentations 

Common chest radiograph presentations
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Common chest radiograph presentations
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10.1093/med/9780199202447.003.0009
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date: 14 October 2019

Unilateral lucency on the CXR 58

Unilateral shadowing on the CXR 60

Bilateral pulmonary infiltrates on the CXR 62

Increased transradiancy of one area of the CXR or one hemithorax compared with the other. The most common cause is technical factors (e.g. rotation). This can usually be identified by comparing the degree of lucency of the soft tissues on each side....

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