Gas visible in the subcutaneous tissues around proximal MCP of the hallux, and medially around the ankle bones
CT scan shows a left parietal haemorrhage with an underlying mass which demonstrates some enhancement post contrast. There is surrounding vasogenic oedema and a small amount of midline shift.
high signal in gallbladder, in keeping with clinical picture of cholecystitis secondary to gallstone
A rim enhancing lesion is visible in the LEFT parietal lobe in keeping with a glioblastoma
Surrounding the lesion is an area of vasogenic oedema, extending into the left periventricular region.
Healed mid-shaft fracture, acute frature of greater trochanter
Girdlestone excision arthroplasty
If both hips were visible in a pelvic view, then the affected side would have the tip of the trochanter in a higher plane than the unaffected side.
A large intracranial mass lesion can be seen in the right frontal lobe with some areas of haemorrhage surrounding. The haemorrhage is particularly prominent medially. Significant midline shift is noted, along with substantial oedema around the lesion.
A large complex haemorrhagic space occupying lesion can be seen in the right basal ganglia region extending to the right frontal and right temporal lobes. There is midline shift due to mass effect and oedema surrounding the mass.
Large mass in the RIGHT frontal lobe with midline shift to the LEFT, distorting the ventricles
Marked ground glass attenuation bilaterally. There is no evidence of COPD, bronchiectasis or lung fibrosis. Lung fields show extensive patchy areas of ground glass haziness with some centrilobular nodularity. There is early traction bronchiectasis in the periphery. There are some areas of air trapping.
Dextrocardia situs inversus - Note that this is not simply dextrocardia, where the heart alone is found to be further displaced to the right of thorax than normal.
This is situs inversus, therefore all major structures have been transposed through the sagittal plane - note the gastric bubble on the RIGHT. The liver will also be located on the LEFT
For interest, the normal anatomical