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Thoracic imaging picture quiz: is it cardiac or respiratory?

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Figure 1: Identifying the left atrium on thoracic radiographs: lateral projection (left) and dorsoventral projection (right). In lateral projection, the left atrium protrudes above an imaginary line between the caudal vena cava and the tracheal bifurcation. In dorsoventral, the bronchi are split further apart – the cowboy legs signs
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Figure 2: Subjective measurement of left atrial size on echocardiographic long-axis (left) and short-axis (right) views

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