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Fig. 3â 58. 57 Questions: 3-21. In Case 3-21 (Fig. 3â 54B ) the straight arrow refers to A. mitral valve. B. tricuspid valve. C. aortic valve. D. pulmonary embolus. E. pericardial calcification. 3-22. In Case 3-22 (Fig. 3â 55B ) the arrows are pointing to A. pulmonary artery calcification. B. pericardial effusion. C. pericardial calcification. D. ascending aortic aneurysm. E. descending thoracic aortic aneurysm. 3-23. In Case 3-23 (Fig. 3â 56) the arrows on the lateral chest radiographs point to calcifications within which cardiac structure?
3â 20). Table 3â 4. Potential Complications of Catheters 35 36 Malposition Catheter knotting/fragmentation Pneumothorax Vascular injury Thrombosis (venous) Infarction (arterial) Infection/septic emboli/endocarditis Air embolism Cardiac arrhythmias Nerve injury Brachial plexus Phrenic Recurrent laryngeal Fistulae Arteriovenous Venobronchial Arteriobronchial Fig. 3â 20. PA A and lateral B views show central venous catheter with tip in azygous vein (arrows). Flow-directed arterial catheters are also regularly used in cardiac and ICU patients to monitor cardiac output.
Bicuspid valves may also show this type of calcification. The lateral film is best for deciding which valve is calcified. In Fig. 3â 59, a line drawn from the hilum (C) obliquely and downward to intersect the anterior cardiophrenic angle (N) will project behind aortic calcifications (A). Calcifications that lie in back of this line are usually mitral annulus calcifications (M). Fig. 3â 59. Lateral view of a patient who has undergone replacement of the aortic (A) and mitral (M) valves. The line Câ N connects the carina and the anterior cardiophrenic angle.
Basic Radiology by M. Chen, T. Pope, D. Ott(eds0