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Fig. 2 | Journal of Trauma Management & Outcomes

Fig. 2

From: “Anterior convergent” chest probing in rapid ultrasound transducer positioning versus formal chest ultrasonography to detect pneumothorax during the primary survey of hospital trauma patients: a diagnostic accuracy study

Fig. 2

Anatomic guide to “anterior convergent” chest ultrasonography. The operator locates the transducer on the anterior chest wall over four convergent lines meeting near the intersection point of the midclavicular line and the third intercostal space

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