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Critical Care Radiology will allow readers to enhance fast, exact diagnoses
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There is an associated left pneumothorax. Fig. 11 a, b Tracheostomy tube. a Correct position. b The intratracheal segment of the tube is too short, causing the tip of the tube to engage against the lateral tracheal wall (risk of pressure necrosis and perforation). a 18 b Catheters and Monitoring Devices tracheotomy or from a tracheal perforation. Widening of the mediastinum after a tracheotomy is suggestive of Normal Position hemorrhage. Rare, late complications of tracheotomy are The catheter is usually introduced via the subclavian vein tracheal stenosis, tracheomalacia, intrathoracic vascular or internal jugular vein, and its tip should be visualized in the superior vena cava (Fig.
Air escaping from the ruptured tra- mild cutaneous emphysema in the neck and a pneumo- chea or bronchus may cause a pneumomediastinum, soft- mediastinum without pathologic significance. Massive tissue emphysema, or even a pneumothorax. subcutaneous emphysema, however, most likely indicates a tracheal perforation in the setting of the tracheotomy. A Rupture of the larynx, trachea, or main bronchi is a rare but serious complication of endotracheal intubation. pneumothorax may result from pleural injury during the 17 2 Thoracic Imaging of the Intensive Care Patient a b c d Fig.
Due to a pulmonary insertion does not show immediate release of signs of tension or gradual decrease of pneumothorax or pleural fluid, respectively. Chest tubes may be located in the in- Complications terlobar fissures, in the lung parenchyma, or in the ex- Possible complications include bleeding due to laceration trapleural thoracic soft tissues. of an intercostal artery, the liver, or the spleen. Inserting the tube into the lung tissue will cause a parenchymal laceration with hematoma formation.