Formation by anatomy

Content of the module:

  • In the chapter "formation by anatomy" all pathological radiographs as well as its variations are sorted by anatomical regions. An inflammation of the lung is thus beside a lung tumour and pulmonary hypoplasia.
  • Here changes of a certain anatomical region can be worked out systematically.
  • Knowledge of x-ray anatomy is important as a basis for this as well as for other chapters.
  • Frequent is frequent, rare is probably not (yet) a part of this collection. We do not claim to be complete, but we aim towards it. For the daily routine and also for examinations, frequent diseases form the main part.

Learning objectives:

  1. See what is not normal.
  2. To get an overview over the range of pathological changes within an natomical region.
  3. To see what is frequent.
  4. To get into the routine of viewing of abnormal pictures.