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Exercise 3-3: Pulmonary Vascularity Clinical Histories: Case 3-11. A 28-year-old man examined in the Emergency Department for chest pain and shortness of breath (Fig. 3â 40) Case 3-12. A 65-year-old woman with a 100-packs-a-year history of smoking (Fig. 3â 41) Case 3-13. An acyanotic 22-year-old man with a systolic murmur (Fig. 3â 42) Case 3-14. A 36-year-old man with asthma (Fig. 3â 43) Case 3-15. A 50-year-old woman with acute shortness of breath (Fig. 3â 44) Fig. 3â 40. Fig. 3â 41. Fig. 3â 42.

Fig. 3â 29. Lateral view of patient in Case 3-4 shows filling in of the retrosternal space by the enlarged right ventricle (arrow) and large right and left pulmonary arteries from the pulmonary arterial hypertension (open arrows). 40 41 Discussion: Pericardial effusion and cardiomyopathy have similar appearances on PA chest radiographs (Cases 3-2 and 3-3). This appearance is often referred to as a globular shape or a water-bottle heart. When this appearance is observed, an echocardiogram is the next best imaging test to differentiate between these two entities.

Malposition of the tip. B. pneumothorax. C. perforation. D. catheter coiling. E. catheter thrombosis. 3-27. The complication of CVP catheter placement in Case 3-27 (Fig. 3â 61) is A. malposition of the tip. B. pneumothorax. C. perforation. D. catheter coiling. E. catheter thrombosis. 3-28. The malpositioned catheter in Case 3-28 (Fig. 3â 62) is a(n) A. tracheostomy tube. B. intra-aortic balloon pump. C. Swan-Ganz catheter. 61 62 D. nasogastric tube. E. none of the above. 3-29. Possible complications from the pacemaker shown in Case 3-29 (Fig.

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