Emergency Radiology: Rules and Tools
Although books on Accident and Emergency radiology exist, there are no learning resources for those new to reporting or reviewing emergency X-rays. The Emergency Radiology Casebook has a quiz format covering 150 cases, enabling the reader to test themselves on common as well as rare and easy-to-miss fractures. Particularly difficult areas such as the cervical spine are covered in depth. In addition, some normal films are included to mimic the reality of emergency film reporting. Each X-ray is clearly shown with concise practical answers that can be applied in every day situations. The book is designed to be dipped-into by radiology and orthopaedic trainees, radiographers reporting X-ray films, and casualty officers and nurses.
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abnormality acromion alignment angulation AP and lateral AP hand AP shoulder AP wrist arrow bone calcaneum carpal cervical spine Clinical details condylar cortex cortical details This patient Diagnosis Fracture Diagnosis Right Discussion The fracture dislocation displaced distal radius effusion epiphyseal fat pads femoral fibula fifth metacarpal film fracture indicated fracture line fracture outlined fragment humeral head inferior orbital rim interspinous ligament involved knee lateral aspect Lateral cervical spine Lateral elbow lateral malleolus lateral masses lateral view opposite Lateral wrist Lisfranc fracture lucency malleolus mandible maxillary antrum medial metaphysis metatarsal neck oblique view pain pelvis pneumothorax process fracture proximal radial head radiograph Radiological features raised fat pads right inferior orbital right maxillary antrum scaphoid scaphoid fracture seen soft-tissue swelling spinous process spiral fracture supracondylar fracture tibia torus fracture ulnar styloid unstable fractures vertebral body view below Figure view opposite Figure wedge fracture widening wrist Figure X-ray zygomatic arch