Which is the structure that appears to be like a sail on the left cranial portion of the thorax? I know that you know the answer, but if you want to know more about diagnostic imaging, go pro.
This patient was too small to be handled by the sandbag. We used paper tape. She was not impressed.
Does this patient have a reverse D shape cardiac silhouette? Should I consider pulmonary hypertension or tricuspid valve dysplasia in this patient? Subscribe to pro for the answer!
There is a mild rotation in this projection, sorry! The puppy was not happy to collaborate.
In a puppy, the water content of the lung is increased compared with an adult. They have a mildly increased interstitial pattern, and the lung structures are less distinct than in adults for this reason.