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It can usually be easily followed until it branches. The left main pulmonary artery is less well deﬁned, but its origin can usually be seen above and lateral to the left atrial appendage just before it branches. When enlarged, the main pulmonary artery may be seen superimposed over the left pulmonary artery and ﬁlling in the normal space 28 ᮡ Figure ᮡ PART 2 CHEST 3-2. Expiratory phase on a PA radiograph. Note the low lung volumes, apparent enlargement of the cardiac silhouette, and crowding of bronchovascular structures at the bases.
Bethesda, Md: National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements; 2009. 2. Mettler FA Jr, Huda W, Yoshizumi TT, Mahesh M. Effective doses in radiology and diagnostic nuclear medicine: a catalog. Radiology. 2008;248:254-263. This page intentionally left blank ᮡ Part 2. Chest Imaging of the Heart and Great Vessels James G. Ravenel, MD Techniques and Normal Anatomy Conventional Radiographs Echocardiography Radionuclide Imaging (Nuclear Medicine) Computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance Imaging Angiography Technique Selection Monitoring Devices The heart is often the “forgotten” structure in thoracic imaging studies.
Because it is essentially a screening study, the chest x-ray must be correlated with the clinical symptoms and physical examination to determine the overall signiﬁcance of the radiographic ﬁndings. This information is also used to decide if other imaging tests are appropriate and which ones will potentially result in the highest diagnostic yield. Decisions regarding further imaging also depend on the impact on the clinical management of the patient, the potential for treatment of any abnormality that may be discovered, the cost and availability of the technique, and the expertise of the interpreting radiologist.