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International Journal of Clinical & Medical Images

ISSN: 2376-0249

Powerpoint Presentation - International Journal of Clinical & Medical Images (2017) Volume 4, Issue 8

Traumatic Oesphageal Perforation

Traumatic Oesphageal Perforation

Author(s): G.Balachandran*

10.4172/2376-0249.1000576

Nect Thorax Image Interpretation

• There is oval shaped opacity with central cavitation ,in right lower zone,extending to midline.

• The opacity shows abnormal pockets of air collection,appears to communicate with

• oesphageal lumen,at T7 level.The central cavity contents appear, morphologically , similar to gastric contents.

• There is bilateral pleural effusion R > L, transudate nature

• Upper third oesophagus is dilated,max diameter is 4 cm. .

• Lower third oesophagus is eccentrically narrowed.from T6 level. • Air fluid level is seen in mid oesophagus,with a possible false lumen is seen

• Upper limit of false lumen is seen at T1 level.

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