I would like to start 2019 with a new section, called “The art of interpretation”.
Interpreting the chest radiograph is becoming a lost art and I would like to help you improve your skills in this area. With this in mind, I plan to show radiographs with interesting findings and analyze the steps that will lead to a correct evaluation of these findings.
That said, here is the first case: the chest radiographs of a 50-year-old man with liver cirrhosis and bloody vomiting.
What do you see and what would your diagnosis be?
Check the images and come back on Friday to see the answer!