Abstract Aims: In this retrospective study we assess the diagnostic yield of computed tomography pulmonary angiogram (CTPA) and the incidence of alterative and incidental diagnoses. Methods: The results

The case:

A 58 year old man was brought to the emergency department with acute confusion after being found unconscious on his floor at home. He had a background of alcohol misuse with alcoholic liver disease.

This T2 weighted MRI scan demonstrates a hyperintense trident shaped lesion extending from the pontomedullary junction to the midbrain with peripheral sparing (figure 2 – abnormality indicated by

Abstract Giant bullous emphysema is an uncommon condition characterised by large asymmetric bullae with upper lobe predominance. This condition is most frequent in young male smokers. Patients usually