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Introduction Detailed interpretation of the chest radiograph is a skill that requires many years of clinical practice and experience. This programme is not intended to offer an exhaustive reference for chest x-ray diagnosis. But it will provide a useful and practical introduction to those practitioners who need to develop these skills. Course Content Factors that determine technical quality ~ Penetration ~ Orientation ~ Rotation Systematic analysis of chest x-rays Features and appearance of a normal chest x-ray Chest x-ray features of clinical conditions ~ Acute Left Ventricular Failure ~ Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease ~ Consolidation due to Pneumonia ~ Lung Cancer ~ Pleural Effusion ~ Pneumothorax Final Assessment

Introduction Detailed interpretation of the chest radiograph is a skill that requires many years of clinical practice and experience. This programme is not intended to offer an exhaustive reference for chest x-ray diagnosis. But it will provide a useful and practical introduction to those practitioners who need to develop these skills. Course Content Factors that determine technical quality ~...

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