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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tetralogy, Squatting Position, Thrombosis

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Ct shows pathologies that are easily missed in us. Ct reconstruction allows vessels to be studied in full detail. Ct with iv contrast is good to study
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HUMB2009 Final: RESPIRATORY 6

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Change in colour and volume of sputum. Bronchogenic carcinoma: most common, most common type = squamous carcinoma, atelectasis, hilar enlargement, cavi
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HUMB2009 Final: RESPIRATORY 5

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Ct, mri and pet ct allow study of lymph nodes. Ct +iv vascular structures and malignancy studies. Ct recon volume rendering, remove part of lungs and r
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Varicose Veins, Thoracic Wall, Kidney Disease

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Ct solves lots of problems, coronal view allows for better analysis of image and mediastinum. Virtual study of lungs below, based on attenuation co-eff
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HUMB2009 Final: RESPIRATORY 3 (GRANULOMATOUS DISEASES)

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Both are granulomatous diseases which involve masses of immune cells @ sites of infection or inflammation, but. Need mucous analysis to be able to dist
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Shortness Of Breath, Chest Tube, Cavitation

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Neutral position = tube tip 5-7cm from carina. Cervical flexion = tube tip 3-5cm from carina. Cervical extension = tube tip 7-9 from carina. Tube width
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Abdominal Cavity, Costodiaphragmatic Recess, Lymphangitis

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X-ray is the first approach, low dose, fast, over view of the lungs. Tb affects mainly the apical lordotic position may be needed to display the patter
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Foramen Magnum, Sagittal Plane, Ligament

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1st step to be able to see soft tissue. Reconstruction helps to orient surgeons when complex fracture. With contrast- can see quantity and how disease
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Night Sweats, Ossification, Metastasis

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Promote reduction in space around pelvis area. Affects sijs + sacrotuberous and sacrospinous ligaments. Places with ligaments if excessive pressure is
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Glasgow Coma Scale, Scapula, Pneumomediastinum

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First approach, easy and quick but cannot see soft tissue consequences. Flat image, superimpositions, low contrast between anatomical structures: ct. C
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Osteosarcoma, Epiphyseal Plate, Metastasis

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Knee pain in activities such as running, jumping, squatting, and especially going up/down stairs and during kneeling. Also called apophysitis of the ti
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HUMB2009 Study Guide - Final Guide: Neuropathic Arthropathy, Ct Scan, Lisfranc Injury

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When an action is repeated too many times: pathological. When bone is already fragile due to another pathology: soft tissue lesion, simple. Soft tissue
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