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Thorax ______ Memory jog: Are There Many Lung Lesions? 5 Correct sequence: A. B. C. D. E. 36 1—Abdomen 2—Thorax (soft tissues and bones) 3—Mediastinum 4—Lung—unilateral 5—Lungs—bilateral 37 Abdomen: In Figure 3-3A , start in the right upper quadrant (*) and scan across the upper abdomen several times. Normal gas-containing structures are the stomach and the hepatic and splenic flexures of the colon. The liver is always visible, and the spleen is often visible. Figure 3-3 A 6 Scan the abdomen in Figure 3-3B 37 38 Figure 3-3 B .

These structures are represented in Figure 3-4B . Note that the posterior ribs tend to be horizontal, while the anterior ribs descend from lateral to medial. Figure 3-4 A 39 40 Figure 3-4 B 7 In Figure 3-4B, identify the following structures: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ A. B. C. D. E. right breast posterior rib scapula clavicle anterior rib 7 40 41 F. G. stomach bubble liver Tombstone of the Village Hypochondriac Mediastinum: An organized search of the mediastinum is complicated because there are multiple overlapping structures.

The gas collection just below the heart = ___________. The gas collection lateral to A = ____________. The homogeneous density below the right diaphragm = ______________. The right diaphragm is higher. This is [normal/abnormal]. A. B. C. D. stomach bubble splenic flexure of colon liver normal 6 38 39 Clinical Pearl: Upper abdominal disease (subphrenic abscess, perforated viscus, pancreatitis, and cholecystitis) may mimic lung disease clinically. Similarly, basilar lung disease (pneumonia, pleurisy) may mimic upper abdominal disease.

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