RADIOLOGICAL SIGNS OF CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

  • The heart can be shifted to the left on the PA radiograph with Sternal depression & Complete pericardial defect
  • The most definitive method of diagnosing pulmonary embolism is Pulmonary arteriography
  • Characteristic radiographic appearance of aortitis is Calcification of ascending aorta
  • Radiologically, increased pulmonary blood flow is indicated by
  1. Descending pulmonary artery diameter> 16 mm
  2. Diameter of peripheral arteries > 2 accompanying bronchiole
  3. > 6 blood vessel in outer 1/3''.
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