Atlas of Emergency Medicine
Kevin J. Knoop, Lawrence B. Stack, Alan B. Storrow
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 511 pages
This comprehensive picture atlas identifies the many conditions for which visual cues significantly guide or expedite diagnosis, treatment and disposition in the emergency department. A brief accompanying text includes: description, diagnosis, associated conditions, clinical pearls, differential diagnosis, ED treatment and disposition and references.
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Chapter HEAD AND FACIAL TRAUMA
FRACTURES OF THE ZYGOMA
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abdominal abscess acute airway alveolar angioedema anisocoria antibiotics Associated Clinical Features avulsion bacterial Bell's palsy bleeding blood cause cells cellulitis cervical cholesteatomas chronic Clinical Pearls commonly conjunctival conjunctivitis corneal corneal abrasion Courtesy of Kevin dental diabetes DIAGNOSIS Associated Clinical Differential Diagnosis disease dislocation distal drainage ecchymosis edema Emergency Medicine epiglottitis erythema etiology evaluation examination external facial fever Figure fluid follow-up foreign body fracture Frank Birinyi gingival gland glaucoma hematoma hemorrhage herpes zoster hyphema infection injury involvement keratitis Knoop lacerations LeFort lesions mandibular maxillary nasal neck nerve normal occur ocular oral orbital otitis externa otitis media pain palsy perforation pharyngitis posterior prolapse pupil purulent radiographs referral require result retinal rupture scleritis secondary seen sinus sinusitis skin steroids subluxation surgical swelling symptoms syndrome teeth tender tendon therapy tion tissue tooth topical trauma Treatment and Disposition tumor tympanic membrane TYMPANIC MEMBRANE PERFORATION ulcer usually vaginal vascular viral visual