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By Jake Block

The first atlas of emergency diagnostic imaging that brings jointly each must-know radiographic technique and technique

Includes approximately 1,500 scientific images!

Whether it is a CT, MRI, ultrasound, or x-ray, this accomplished, hands-on source is helping you learn and comprehend any imaging study--and courses you step by step throughout the technique of creating a right prognosis in response to radiographic effects. The Atlas of Emergency Radiology is full of diagnostic photos for the whole spectrum of acute stipulations and emergencies.

  • Filled with 1,484 figures that exhibit scientific findings
  • Concise textual content solidifies your seize of medical and imaging correlations and includes:
    • Radiographic precis
    • Clinical implications
    • Radiographic pearls
  • Unique, updated bankruptcy on pediatric difficulties experiences the total variety of scientific concerns linked to children

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33 shows marked “blooming” or enlargement of the right frontal contusion with increased mass effect and edema. 35 ■ Coup Lesion. NECT shows left parietal scalp swelling and underlying intracranial subdural hematoma and pneumocephalus (indicating fracture). This is the “coup” site. 36 ■ Contrecoup Contusion. NECT shows a “contrecoup” contusion along the inferior right frontal lobe. This is a common location for traumatic contusions due to the irregular surface of the skull base. Clinical Implications Pearls All patients with hemorrhagic contusion require neurosurgical consultation.

80 ■ ZMC Fractures. A-F: Axial and coronal NECTs show fractures of the left zygomatic arch (zygomaticotemporal), superolateral orbital buttress (zygomaticofrontal), greater sphenoid wing at the zygomaticosphenoid articulation, and zygomaticomaxillary articulation. These are the 4 articulations the zygoma makes with the face. All are fractured. 81 ■ ZMC Fractures. A-C: Axial and coronal NECTs show disruption of the 4 articulations of this ZMC: zygomaticomaxillary, zygomaticosphenoid, zygomaticotemporal (arch), and zygomaticofrontal.

29 ■ Cerebral Edema with Uncal Herniation. NECT in trauma shows loss of normal basilar cisterns due to uncal/transtentorial herniation. Note diffuse loss of gray-white differentiation indicating diffuse edema. The cerebellum is slightly denser than cerebrum due to edema in cerebrum. 30 ■ Loss of Gray-White Differentiation. A, B: NECT at the vertex shows loss of the gray-white differentiation and diffuse cerebral edema. There is also loss of the normally seen sulci (although this can be difficult to detect in younger patients who have less CSF within their sulci compared with elderly patients).

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