Achalasia on BaSw Achalasia on BaSw

Findings: The BaSw demonstrates a dilated esophagus with tertiary contractions and a bird beak appearance to the lower...

Anterior Mediastinal Mass with Superior Vena Caval Syndrome on CT Scan Anterior Mediastinal Mass with Superior Vena Caval Syndrome on CT Scan

Findings: There is an anterior mediastinal mass that is causing a narrowing of the superior vena cava (SVC) and...

Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Lymphoma on CT Scan Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Lymphoma on CT Scan

Findings: There is a large inhomogeneous anterior mediastinal mass.   Discussion: There is a differential for...

Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Teratoma on CT Scan Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Teratoma on CT Scan

Findings: There is a large heterogeneous anterior mediastinal mass containing fat and linear calcifications.  ...

Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Thymic Carcinoma on CT Scan Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Thymic Carcinoma on CT Scan

Findings: There is a large anterior mediastinal mass.   Discussion: There is a differential for anterior...

Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Thymic Hyperplasia on CT Scan Anterior Mediastinal Mass: Thymic Hyperplasia on CT Scan

Findings: There is a homogeneous anterior mediastinal mass.   Discussion: There is a differential for anterior...

Anterior Mediastinal Masses: Thymic Carcinoma with Pleural Effusion on CT Scan Anterior Mediastinal Masses: Thymic Carcinoma with Pleural Effusion on CT Scan

Findings: There is a large inhomogeneous lobular anterior mediastinal mass. There is a right pleural effusion. There is...

Aortic Dissection on Plain Film and CT Scan Aortic Dissection on Plain Film and CT Scan

Findings: The CXR demonstrates a widened mediastinum. The CT demonstrates the intimal flap in the ascending and descending...

Aortic Transection on Plain Film and CT Scan Aortic Transection on Plain Film and CT Scan

Findings: The CXR demonstrates a widened mediastinum, indistinct aortic knob, and mediastinal shift to the right. The CT...

Boerhaave's Syndrome on CXR and BaSw Boerhaave's Syndrome on CXR and BaSw

Findings: The CXR shows aberrant air secondary to the perforated esophagus; subcutaneous emphysema and pneumomediastinum....

 
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