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1,985 Possible Causes for Chest X-Ray Abnormal, Pectus Excavatum in Males, Thick Wiry Hair

  • Craniofrontonasal Dysplasia

    wiry hair, and occasionally cleft lip and/or palate.[] Diaphragmatic hernia, pectus excavatum, shawl scrotum, hypospadias and agenesis of the corpus callosum occur occasionally. [3], [4], [5], [6] It is a very peculiar X-linked[] wiry hair with orbital asymmetry and strabismus. 5 The extracranial features include multiple skeletal malformations, such as sloping shoulders, dysplastic clavicles, thoracic[]

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  • Funnel Chest

    Physicians use chest X-rays or CT scans to create images of the internal structures of the chest. These help measure the severity of the curvature.[] -Pectus excavatum occurs more often in males than females (3:1) ,some studies say that this ratio reached 6:1 ,and accounts for 90% of congenital chest wall deformities.[] X-ray The right heart border is not visible on this X-ray In patients with pectus excavatum the sternum is located abnormally posteriorly and consequently the heart is displaced[]

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  • Cardiomyopathy

    Chest x-ray Cardiomegaly left-sided hypertrophy with a balloon appearance Signs of heart failure decompensation: pulmonary edema Endomyocardial biopsy (see pathology) Pathology[] The patient presented dysmorphic features and skeletal deformities of hands and feet, pectus excavatum, and cleft palate.[] Chest X-ray may reveal an enlarged or abnormal heart shape or excess fluid accumulation within the lungs .[]

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  • Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    An electrocardiogram (ECG) is also done and is almost always abnormal. Other heart tests include a Holter monitor, and chest x-ray.[] One litter had 3 kittens: 1 with pectus excavatum, 1 stillborn fetus, and 1 male that developed HCM.[] A chest x-ray may be done, which will show an enlarged heart, but this is not specific to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.[]

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  • Chylothorax

    […] carinatum or excavatum, low-set nipples and cryptorchidism in males.[] […] congenital heart defect (dysplastic/stenotic pulmonic valve, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and septal defects are most common), developmental delay, webbed neck, scoliosis, pectus[]

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  • Acute Bronchitis

    Tests may include: Chest x-ray, if your provider suspects pneumonia Pulse oximetry, a painless test that helps determine the amount of oxygen in your blood by using a device[] Your breathing may sound abnormal or rough.[]

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  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    X-ray together with cough, sputum production, dyspnea, fever ( 38.0 C), auscultatory abnormal breath sounds and rales.[] LRTI was established on the basis of clinical investigations, according to the following definitions: community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) was defined by a new infiltrate on chest[]

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  • Pericardial Anomaly

    Abstract Pericardial cysts are uncommon congenital abnormalities that occur in the middle mediastinum. Most of these are found incidentally on chest x-rays.[] Fig. 29.5 Complete absence of the left pericardium in a 24-year-old male with pectus excavatum. The entire heart is shifted to the left.[] They are usually asymptomatic are often discovered incidentally on chest X-ray.[]

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  • Pulmonary Atypical Mycobacterial Infection

    If chest x-ray images show abnormalities suggestive of MAC infection or if the symptoms persist with no apparent radiographic findings, it is recommended that the patient[] […] disorders such as chronic obstructive lung disease, pulmonary fibrosis, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, or pectus excavatum.[] However, Matveychuk et al. ( 5 ) and Shitrit et al. ( 2 ) both used routine chest X-ray alone to identify abnormalities in that patient population.[]

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  • Poland Syndrome

    […] of the affected regions (chest, shoulder, hand): X-rays can help reveal the abnormalities present in the hands, forearms, ribs, and shoulders CT and MRI scans of the affected[] Eighteen patients presented with various associated skeletal defects, namely: pectus excavatum (n  1); rib anomalies (n  3); vertebral defects (n  1); craniosynostosis (n  [] On the other hand, the X-Ray diagnostic technique can be used to identify the abnormality in chest, ribs, shoulder, and hand and for arm.[]

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