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Can the Physicians or Surgions Do without Chest Radiograph?

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"nThe question is how much information is there in chest radiographs ? "nWe can consider the approximate heart size. Rough quantification of heart failure, very basic anatomy of the heart. The chest radiograph is widely available, cheap and very low long term risk of radiation. Chest radiographs are required in the initial consultation of heart or lung diseases. Follow-up radiographs are only required in certain situations. Chest radiographs contain significant information. But nowadays we look less critically, because it is easy to order echo, CT or MRI. Examples of frequently encountered abnormalities seen in our daily practice: "n-Change in hilar size or adenopathy "n-Alteration in hilar contour "n-Bronchial wall thickening "n-Obscuration of normal hilar structures "n

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