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Image source from WikiRadiography (Wetpaint) here. Read about cervical ribs and thoracic outlet syndrome here.

Frontal radiograph of the thoracic spine with labels.

Radiographic anatomy of the thoracic spine. Image source from WikiRadiography (WetPaint) here.

Bouveret syndrome refers to a gastric outlet obstruction secondary to impaction of a gallstone in the pylorus or proximal duodenum. Thus, it can be considered a very proximal form of gallstone ileus. https://radiopaedia.org/articles/bouveret-syndrome-1

The patient proceeded to surgery for open duodenectomy: midline laparotomy large palpable gallstone in kocherization of duodenum limited by cholecystoduodenal fistula superiorly longitudinal duodenotomy over large gallstone on anterolate.

AP of the glenohumeral joint

begin to dig: Unpacking a mystery: when shoulder pain may be all (or largely) in the wrist (a t-phase assessment story)

Anatomy of the Human Knee - Infographic | Bracelayer Compression Apparel

Anatomy of the Human Knee - Infographic The knee is one of the largest and most important joints in the human body as it connects the upper (femur) and lower (t

Adult Pelvis - AP View female  Pelvis radiographic anatomy

Radiographic Anatomy - Pelvis AP Female: I've had so much trouble with this!

Cervical Spine - Odontoid (Peg)

Odontoid view with labels Myers Myers Warden Because I will never understand what you do.

lateral view of the spine. we are fearfully and wonderfully made, people. look how the vertebrae change shape and size as you move from lumbar up to cervical. amazing.

lateral view of the spine. we are fearfully and wonderfully made, people. look how the vertebrae change shape and size as you move from lumbar up to cervical.

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