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Question 1: Which answer is wrong?
Important factors for a good chest X-ray are...


Slight patient rotation to the left to make the heart midline
Erect position
Lung apices and both costophrenic angles visible
Good inspiration
PA + lateral projection





Question 2: What is the most likely conclusion?



Inproper technique
Cardiomegaly
COPD
Lung cancer
Normal





Question 3: What is your diagnosis?



Lung cancer
Aortic aneurysm
Left atrial enlargement
Artefact
Echinococcus cyst





Question 4: Is there anything wrong?



Artefact
Large effusion
Large tumor
Normal
Large atelectasis





Question 5: The patient has likley…



COPD
CLL
CAD
CJD
CHF





Question 6: What is wrong here?


Rib fractures
Pleural effusion
Cardiomegaly
Pneumothorax
Large bulla





Question 7: This child should be treated for…



Pneumonia
Lung cancer
Substernal goiter
Asthma
Pleural effusion





Question 8: What is the patient's biggest problem?


Left opacification is due to large breasts
Tube misplacement
Large left pneumonia
Large left lung cancer
Large left pleural effusion





Question 9: What is wrong (the most)?


Poor technique
Central line misplacement
Normal
EKG lead over left upper chest
Lung cancer


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