UNDER CONSTRUCTION

This has two modules

  • Learning Module: To review the content of the subject.

  • Self assessment module: You should use this module only after you have read textbooks or have knowledge of the subject and are ready to see whether you have comprehended the subject.

This exercise is for students studying Anatomy. Try answering the questions from the images. Click the image to see the labeled image.

PA view

Drawing Note the sternum and ribs
CXR 1 Identify the anterior and posterior ribs
CXR 2 How do you number the posterior ribs?
CXR 3 How do you identify the first thoracic vertebra?
CXR 4 Number the anterior ribs?
CXR 5 Number the anterior ribs?
  What is the purpose of numbering ribs? Answer
CXR 6 Identify Vertebra, scapula, ribs, clavicle
CXR 7 Draw the outline of Mediastinum.
CXR 8 What are the Images at which you measure mediastinal width?
CXR 9 Identify costo diaphragmatic (costo phrenic) angles. What does blunting of costo diaphragmatic angle imply?
CXR 10 Identify diaphragm positions Which diaphragm is higher and why?
CXR 11 Identify Trachea, carina, right and left main stem bronchi.Why are they visible, while rest of the bronchial tree is not?
CXR 12 Identify right transverse fissure. What is the normal location? 
CXR 13 Identify left and right hilum.What is the normal relationship? 

Lobar Projections

CXR 1 Visualize RUL projection in PA view
CXR 2 Visualize RML projection in PA view
CXR 3 Visualize RLL projection in PA view
CXR 4 Visualize LLL projection in PA view
CXR 5 Visualize LUL projection in PA view
CXR 6 Visualize Lingula projection in PA view
CXR 7 Visualize RUL projection in lateral view
CXR 8 Visualize RLL projection in lateral view
CXR 9 Visualize RML projection in lateral view
CXR 10 Visualize LLL projection in lateral view

Heart

CXR 1 How do you measure heart size? What is the normal range for heart size?
CXR 2 Identify chambers of heart in PA view
CXR 3 Identify chambers of heart in PA view 
CXR 4 Identify ascending aorta, aortic knob and descending aorta
CXR 5 Identify structures along the edge of mediastinum
CXR 6 Identify structures along the edge of mediastinum 
CXR 7 Identify Aortic knob, AP window and Pulmonary artery. What can fill AP window?

Lateral view

CXR 1 Identify Sternum and angle. of Louis. What are the important landmarks at Sternal angle (Angle of Louis)?
CXR 2 Identify Vertebra. 
CXR 3 Identify aortic, pulmonary arches  and AP window
CXR 4 Identify chambers of heart in lateral view
CXR 5 Identify chambers of heart in lateral view 
CXR 6 Identify retrosternal air space. What is normal retrosternal space?
CXR7 Identify costodiaphragmatic angle. How do we use this information?

CT (Cross sectional anatomy : From Neck down towards Diaphragm)

CT 1 Identify vascular structures: Neck
CT 2 Identify Trachea and Esophagus: Entering Thorax
CT 3 Identify vascular structures
CT 4 Identify vascular structures: Superior Mediastinum
CT 5 Identify vascular structures: 
CT 6 Identify vascular structures
CT 7 Identify vascular structures
CT 8 Identify vascular structures: Above Aortic Arch
CT 9 Identify vascular structures: Just above Aortic Arch
CT 10 Identify vascular structures: Aortic Arch
CT 11 Identify vascular structures
CT 12 Identify vascular structures: Level of Carina
CT 13 Identify vascular structures: Below Carina
CT 14 Identify vascular structures
CT 15 Identify vascular structures
CT 16 Identify vascular structures: Just above Diaphragm
CT Cross sectional Anatomy of Airways
Model Identify various portions of the bronchial tree
Bronchogram A past procedure to visualize bronchial tree
Left Main Identify the various divisions of left main bronchus.
RLL Appreciate the branching of bronchi
CT Identify the bronchus. Just above Carina
CT Identify the bronchi. Level of Carina
CT Identify the bronchi. Level of Carina
CT Identify the bronchi. Below Carina
CT Recognize Bronchus Intermedius
CT Identify the bronchi. Below left main pulmonary artery
CT Identify the bronchi. Level of Left atrium
CT Identify the bronchi. Lower thorax
CT Identify the bronchi. Lower thorax