Coelomic ultrasound, coelomocentesis, and radiographs were performed and revealed an enlarged cardiac silhouette
and marked coelomic effusion.
A chest radiograph revealed mild enlargement of the cardiac silhouette
X-rays showed an enlarged cardiac silhouette
and left pleural effusion.
Chest radiogram was significant for moderate pulmonary congestion and abnormal cardiac silhouette
with the apex directed right-ward and inferiorly.
The sign also enables us to distinguish a mediastinal mass from a prominent cardiac silhouette
Exposure to this degree of pressure can reversibly decrease cardiac silhouette
by one-third and significantly decrease pulmonary vasculature signs on chest radiographs.
Chest x-ray radiographic findings that show a widened mediastinum or displacement of the cardiac silhouette
are indicative of fluid or a blood clot in the mediastinal space (Bojar, 2005).
An anterior mediastinal mass that appears as an enlarged cardiac silhouette
will not cause displacement of the pulmonary arteries.
The chest radiograph demonstrated normal cardiac silhouette
, lung fields, and mediastinum.
Measurement of the cardiac silhouette
was not possible because of the soft-tissue tubular structure.
The chest radiograph demonstrated a huge cardiac silhouette
, prominent pulmonary vasculature, bilateral pulmonary edema, and scoliosis of the spine, which is more common in patients with congenital heart disease than in the general population.
Telecardiography was remarkable with a cardiac silhouette
filling almost all portions of middle and lower parts of thorax on the right side.