Computed Tomography in Trauma
This atlas is organized according to mechanism of injury and site of injury. In addition to CT, some correlation with other imaging modalities is included. Coverage includes blunt trauma, penetrating trauma, complications and sequelae of trauma, and more.
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Acute Abdominal Trauma
Complications and Sequelae of Thoracic Trauma
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