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Hydatid of tibia

Two X-rays of the proximal end of the tibia and fibula, one labelled 6, both showing the shaft of tibia largely replaced by a multi-locular cystic lesion, evidently with a pathological fracture, and extra-osseous calcified material.

Hydatid

An X-ray, anterior-posterior view of abdomen and pelvis, showing a cyst in the left upper quadrant. The patient is 51 years old. The identity of the patient is known. Photograph has been mounted upside down.

Hydatid of kidney

X-ray of the abdomen and pelvis, anterior-posterior view, showing calcification in the region of the left kidney. Also a specimen, with guide rule, a bisected encapsulated multicystic mass 7 inches (18cm) in greatest diameter, evidently the resec...

Liver hydatid

Two X-rays of the chest, the anterior-posterior view showing the right diaphragm to be raised, the lateral view showing in addition a spherical posterior lung lesion. The identity of the patient is known.

Calcified hydatids of liver

An X-ray of the abdomen, anterior-posterior view, evidently showing gastric and duodenal diverticula and in addition calcified cysts in the right and left lobes of the liver. The identity of the patient is known.

Large hydatid cyst in lung

Two X-rays of the chest, anterior-posterior and lateral views, showing a well defined spherical opacification in the right lung. In addition cystic lesion can be seen on the right in the 4th rib anteriorly. The identity of the patient is known.

Sign of Comelotte

A section of a chest X-ray showing the heart shadow and adjacent right lung in which a spherical opacification with an interrupted air-cap is seen. The identity of the patient is known.

Hydatid of femur

An adult man shown from waist to knees, showing a very large swelling of the right thigh, the genitals covered with a card. Alongside, an X-ray showing gross destruction of the proximal right femur by an expansile multicystic lesion.

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