Subcutaneous emphysema | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org
Radiographic image of a cat with a tracheal tear and severe subcutaneous emphysema
Pleural Lipoma: a soft tissue mass in the right lung apex along the lateral chest wall which forms obtuse angles where it meets the chest wall (yellow arrows) suggesting a pleural or extrapleural location. Axial CT shows the mass and demonstrates a density measurement equal to that of fat (red circle). The coronal reconstruction gain shows the obtuse margins of the mass. The patient also had emphysema and a pneumothorax with subcutaneous emphysema.
Pneumomediastinum (the abnormal presence of air in the mediastinum) with subsequent subcutaneous emphysema (air under the skin). Not someyhing we see on xray often but very cool. The skin feels like bubble wrap and is almost "crunchy" to the touch. Usually caused by trauma to the trachea which can occur from over inflation of an ET tube cuff or inappropriate moment of the tube after inflation of the cuff. . . . . #dog #dogs #dogsofig #dogsofinsta #dogsofinstaworld #dogsofinstagtam…
This is air pockets not harm full it can be any colour and get imediate health care other wise your bird could die air pockets need to be poped it will go away after a few weeks or days keep babby warm
Necrotising faciitis in a diabetic foot: There is extensive subcutaneous emphysema tracking along the facial planes throughout the foot and distal leg. Note that the proximal extent of the subcutaneous gas is not visualized.