X-Ray Report Samples (5)

X-Ray Report Sample #1

X-RAY No.: 123456
PATIENT NAME: David Jones
DATE: March 29, 2012
ORDERED BY: Diane Peters, M.D.

 

HANDS AND WRISTS – TWO VIEWS:
Hands and wrists, two views of the right and left hand and wrist were obtained. There is generalized osteopenia. There are OA changes seen at the first CMC joint with subchondral sclerosis and joint space narrowing. Ulnar styloids appear intact. There is no chondrocalcinosis. There are some degenerative changes seen at the carpus but without any obvious erosive changes. There are no erosions seen at any of the MCP or PIP joints. There are scattered areas of joint space narrowing at the PIP and DIP joints.

IMPRESSION:
1. Osteoarthritis changes.
2. Osteopenia.
3. No definite erosions.

SHOULDERS – TWO VIEWS:
Shoulders, two views of the right and left shoulder were obtained. Bony mineralization appears within normal limits. There are no lytic or blastic lesions. There is mild degenerative change at the AC joint with some joint space narrowing. A pacemaker is seen in the left hemithorax. There is minimal periarticular calcification at the left shoulder near the supraspinatus insertion. There is mild elevation in the humeral head at the left and perhaps a minimal amount on the right.

IMPRESSION:
1. Mild humeral head elevation, left greater than right, concerning for rotator cuff tendinopathy.
2. Mild OA changes at the AC joint.
3. Minimal periarticular calcification at the left shoulder with none seen on the right.




X-Ray Report Sample #2

X-RAY No.: 123456
PATIENT NAME: David Jones
DATE: March 29, 2012
ORDERED BY: Diane Peters, M.D.

 

CHEST X-RAY TWO VIEWS

REASON FOR EXAMINATION: Fever, aches and pains/flu-like symptoms.

DISCUSSION: The lungs are well aerated. There is no evidence of any focal area of consolidation. A faint rounded density is seen in the base of the left lower hemithorax probably representing a nipple shadow. The hilar and pulmonary vasculature is normal. The heart size is within normal limits. The costophrenic angles are clear.

IMPRESSION: Normal chest x-ray.




X-Ray Report Sample #3

X-RAY No.: 123456
PATIENT NAME: David Jones
DATE: March 29, 2012
ORDERED BY: Diane Peters, M.D.

 

LEFT FOOT X-RAY:

IMAGING SEQUENCES:
Pre-contrast T1 weighted sagittal and axial images and post-contrast axial and coronal images.

FINDINGS:
Three view of the left foot show no evidence of fracture, dislocation, or other acute bony abnormality.

IMPRESSION:

NEGATIVE LEFT FOOT FILMS.




X-RAY DEPARTMENT REPORT SAMPLE #4

X-RAY No.: 123456
PATIENT NAME: David Jones
DATE: March 29, 2012
ORDERED BY: Diane Peters, M.D.

 

RIGHT SHOULDER – TWO VIEWS:
Lumbosacral spine, multiple views of the lumbar spine were obtained. There appears to be a fracture at the coccyx which is age indeterminate. There is straightening of normal lumbar lordosis. Intervertebral disc spaces are maintained. Facet joints appear within normal limits bilaterally. There is a little bit of sacroiliac sclerosis bilaterally, more so on the right. The SI joints do appear patent.

IMPRESSION:
1. Suspected coccyx fracture, age indeterminate.
2. Straightening of the lumbar lordosis.
3. Sacroiliac sclerosis.

HIPS – TWO VIEWS:
Hips, two views of the right and left hip were obtained. Bony mineralization is normal. There is no acute fracture seen. There is no visible enthesopathy in the limited views of the pelvis. There is a little bit of superior sclerosis at the acetabula bilaterally. The hip joint spaces appear preserved.

IMPRESSION:
1. Mild hip sclerosis.
2. Otherwise, unremarkable hips.




X-Ray Report Sample #5

PATIENT NAME: 123456
ID NUMBER: David Jones
REFERRING PHYSICIAN: March 29, 2012
DATE OF SERVICE: Diane Peters, M.D.
D.O.B.:

 

X-RAYS OF THE LUMBAR SPINE:

No fractures, subluxations or other acute bony abnormalities are identified. There is mild degenerative change with mild endplate spur formation and mild facet sclerosis at all levels. No erosive or destructive changes are seen.

IMPRESSION:

  1. MILD DEGENERATIVE CHANGES AS DESCRIBED ABOVE.
  2. NO DEFINITE ACUTE ABNORMALITY.