Reading and interpreting chest x rays is a useful skill to have no matter what type of specialty you practice chest x rays are common as they are often ordered on patients with chest pain shortness of breath respiratory symptoms concerns for pneumonia etc. When interpreting a chest x ray you should divide each of the lungs into three zones each occupying one third of the height of the lung these zones do not equate to lung lobes eg the left lung has three zones but only two lobes inspect the lung zones ensuring that lung markings are present throughout compare each zone between lungs noting any asymmetry some asymmetry is normal and . Interpreting chest x rays illustrated with 100 cases amazonde eng philip cheah foong koon fremdsprachige bucher. An introduction to the interpretation of chest x rays covering the basic principles of using x rays in medical imaging as well as the conventional x ray vi
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