When interpreting a chest x ray you should divide each of the lungs into three zones each occupying one third of the height of the lung these zones do not equate to lung lobes eg the left lung has three zones but only two lobes inspect the lung zones ensuring that lung markings are present throughout. Interpreting a chest x ray is a very valuable skill given how commonly it is ordered the following guide helps walk you through a comprehensive approach to understand and interpreting chest x rays as a refresher read this guide on the fundamentals of x ray studies to help learn some of the basics orientations used for chest x rays. Interpreting chest x rays can seem baffling and intimidating for senior medical students and newly qualified doctors this highly illustrated guide provides the ideal introduction to chest radiology. The interpretation of chest radiographs is no different however to accurately identify any pattern in a radiograph you must first make sure that the study was obtained properly evaluation of a radiographs quality requires some understanding of the technical factors involved in the production of an x ray image
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