Case 55: Why Simple Rules of CT Interpretation Matter
Back to first principles. It's always the simple rules that are not followed that cause problems.
This 65-years old had persistent cough. He had two CT scans, four months apart, showing a non-resolving opacity in the left lower lobe. A simple rule allowed the diagnosis to be made.
The video explains the case and how the diagnosis was made and what the diagnosis was.
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