Category: Radiology

Clinical Correlations

Mystery Quiz

Posted By: Vivian Hayashi, MD, Instructor of Clinical Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and Robert Smith, MD Associate Professor of Medicine, Division Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

A 78 year old man with a history of ankylosing spondylitis and known cardiac disease associated with congestive heart failure, presented with breathlessness one year …

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X Ray Visions Mystery Quiz- The Answer

Before you read the answer, you may want to review the initial Mystery Quiz posted last week.

Commentary by Andrew Hardie MD, Fellow, NYU Department of Radiology

Although this patient’s symptoms were not the most typical of this entity, the CT findings in this case are diagnostic of a perforated anterior duodenal …

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X-Ray Visions: Mystery Quiz

Mystery Quiz Radiology 2 min read

A 46 year old male with a past medical history of hypertension presents to the emergency room complaining of constant throbbing epigastric pain for one day. He rates the pain as 7/10, with some radiation to his chest. He reports some mild nausea, but denies diarrhea or constipation.  He does endorse a bloated sensation for the …

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