The chest X-ray
scans are taken for detecting tuberculosis cases.
In this study, we compare the chest X-ray
lesion in sputum positive and negative DM patients.
Table-III: Distribution of patients by reticular shadowing on chest X-Ray
Order a chest x-ray
to make the diagnosis; these patients usually will have no pulmonary symptoms to lead you in that direction.
above-ground coal mine workers to have respiratory function and chest x-ray
examinations at least once every 10 years
In our study we identified that the commonest cause for chest X-ray
rejection is overexposure(44.
In a study of a great number of normal Chest X-ray
and using the methodology as we have done in our study, Felson (4) measured AK width and found to be less than 3cm in a large majority of subjects.
in 1988 where the use of routine admission chest X-ray
examinations (CXRs) was evaluated in detecting pulmonary tuberculosis.
The technology suppresses, or "removes," the bones on conventional chest X-ray
images, allowing radiologists to see nodules and other medical conditions commonly obscured by ribs and clavicles.
host that she went to the doctor to get a chest X-ray
of her lungs and discovered that her breasts are uneven.
The pediatrician ordered a chest x-ray
, which indicated a collapsed lung.
The Question: Is a chest X-ray
useful after removal of a foreign body in a child's esophagus?