Using the tutorials
This page explains how you can make the best use of these tutorials.
The boxes on the right are either summary lists or descriptions of pictures discussed.
'Roll over' images
Most images are interactive. Placing the mouse cursor over the image reveals the pertinent findings. Clicking an image will align with the top of your web browser. Not every abnormality is annotated, just those relevant to the discussion.
Tutorial key points
- The main points of each tutorial are listed on every page
What can you see?
- Boxes next to pictures describe the findings
- Good quality radiograph
- Oesophageal stent
- Midline sternotomy wires
- Bilateral small pleural effusions
- Soft tissues mass centred on rib
- Clinical features and X-ray findings are discussed
- Any relevant diagnosis is stated
The images have been optimized to show particular features, some of which are difficult to demonstrate using images with a file size appropriate for the internet. Where there are findings that are particularly difficult to show, close up images have been used.
If you have a small screen, you may find it helpful to toggle the full screen mode using F11 on your keyboard. This works with most browsers such as Internet Explorer or FireFox, but not Safari (Mac).
Discussion is kept to a minimum. This is a website and not a book! Each tutorial focuses on images.
Please contact us to let us know how you think these tutorials can be improved.