Aortoiliac Stents: Normal Appearance Aortoiliac Stents: Normal Appearance

Findings: This patient demonstrates the appearance of aortoiliac stents on abdominal plain film.

Multiple Support Lines with a Kinked NGT on Plain Film Multiple Support Lines with a Kinked NGT on Plain Film

Findings: This plain film demonstrates a kinked feeding tube.   Discussion: There are also a left pleural drain, a...

Central Line: Kink in a Central Line in the Right Subclavian Central Line: Kink in a Central Line in the Right Subclavian

Findings: This patient has a right subclavian central line with the tip at the SVC-right atrial junction. Kinking of a...

Multiple Support Lines with NGT Coiled in Mouth on CXR Multiple Support Lines with NGT Coiled in Mouth on CXR

Findings: The CXR demonstrates an NGT coiled in the mouth.   Discussion: There are multiple other support lines:...

Central Line: Misplaced Central lin in the Right Vertebral Artery Central Line: Misplaced Central lin in the Right Vertebral Artery

Findings: An appropriately placed right subclavian line tip should be in the SVC pointing caudad. The right subclavian line...

Nasogastric Tube (NGT): Appropriate Placement of a NGT Nasogastric Tube (NGT): Appropriate Placement of a NGT

Findings: There are multiple supports: ETT, NG tube, TIPS demonstrated. A PA catheter is inappropriately coiled in the right...

Central Line: Misplaced Central Line in the Contralateral Brachiocephalic Vein Central Line: Misplaced Central Line in the Contralateral Brachiocephalic Vein

Findings: A left subclavian central line should be positioned with the tip in the SVC pointing caudad. This left subclavian...

Nasogastric Tube (NGT): Misplaced NGT Coiled in the Distal Esophagus Nasogastric Tube (NGT): Misplaced NGT Coiled in the Distal Esophagus

Findings: The NG tube passes through the GE function, coils in the gastric fundus, passes back into the esophagus with the...

Central Venous Line (CVL): Appropriate Placement of an Internal Jugular CVL Central Venous Line (CVL): Appropriate Placement of an Internal Jugular CVL

Findings: This patient shows the appropriate placement of a CVL using left internal jugular vein access.

Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC): Misplaced PICC in the Right Axilla Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC): Misplaced PICC in the Right Axilla

Findings: The tip should be in the superior vena cava pointing caudad. The PICC tip is too proximal in the axillary vein. ...

 
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