By Fox J.C.
This e-book is a brand new medical source within the box of emergency radiology and comprehensively covers either the technical functions and interpretation of all imaging experiences used in the emergency room, together with x-rays, MRI, CT, and distinction angiography. the total spectrum of stipulations clinically determined inside of every one modality is roofed intimately, and examples of standard radiologic anatomy, styles, and anomalies also are integrated. scientific Emergency Radiology is designed to be a customary reference for emergency physicians and includes over 2,000 photos to comprehensively conceal each element of radiology within the emergency room.
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This is the “spine sign” (Fig. 7D, arrows). Atelectasis and inﬁltrative processes such as pneumonia can usually be distinguished by examining the following features: i. Volume: Atelectasis shows volume loss. Pneumonia shows normal or increased volume. ii. Shifted structures: Atelectasis results in mediastinal and lung tissue shifting toward the side of the atelectasis. Pneumonia generally does not cause any shifting of structures. iii. Shape: Atelectasis is usually a linear or wedge-shaped density with the apex pointed toward the hilum.
Radiolucent foreign body. Ultrasound of the dorsal soft tissues of the foot reveal a wooden (radiolucent, not visible on x-ray) foreign body between the markers (arrows). It is hyperechoic (bright) on ultrasound and casts an acoustic shadow because so much of the incident sound is reﬂected back by the body that little passes through to the deeper tissues. 48. Osteomyelitis. Oblique coned down radiograph of the lateral forefoot in a 33-year-old male with diabetes shows extensive bony destruction of the ﬁfth ray, centered at the metatarsal-phalangeal joint, and periosteal reactions (arrows) of the fourth and ﬁfth metatarsal bones due to osteomyelitis.
Soft tissue density suggests inﬁltrate or mass. Diaphragms: Follow the mediastinum to the diaphragms. Follow the diaphragms, looking for a smooth course to the costophrenic angles and sharp costophrenic angles. Check for free air under the diaphragms. Both diaphragms should be seen in the lateral view, with the right diaphragm usually higher than the left, with a gastric bubble below. Everything else: Follow the pleural lines from the costophrenic angles to the apex and around the mediastinum back to the diaphragms.
Clinical Emergency Radiology by Fox J.C.