By Tommaso Scarabino, Ugo Salvolini, Randy J. Jinkins
The e-book is directed at emergency radiologists and neuroradiologists. It goals at delivering exhaustive details that would support the reader comprehend the scientific difficulties within the complete variety of neurological emergencies and to pick the methodological and technical strategies that may make certain urged and potent reaction and proper interpretation of the scientific findings.
The numerous chapters deal with the commonest neuroradiological emergencies, summarize their primary physiopathological positive factors, describe the most semiological and differential diagnostic gains, and supply operative feedback for the choice of the perfect ideas to be utilized in a sequential order.
The ebook addresses the appliance of state of the art strategies and their implications for scientific perform (particularly the contributions of normal and sensible MRI and of spiral and multislice CT). The illustrations supply not just education but additionally reference fabric for regimen medical work.
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8. Hemothorax in a 22-year-old patient who was involved in a motor vehicle collision. (A) Chest radiograph shows increased opacity of entire left hemithorax, a rim of increased density surrounding left lung (arrows), and shift of mediastinum to right as the result of a large left hemothorax. (B) CT image shows a large left hemothorax with shift of mediastinum to right. Multiple foci of high attenuation areas that are seen within compressed left lung indicate active bleeding (arrowheads) from the lung parenchyma.
A posterior sternoclavicular dislocation can be a cause of serious morbidity, but often it is clinically and radiographically occult. Often, it is detected initially on chest CT that is done for evaluation of other chest trauma. A posterior dislocation can result directly from anterior chest wall trauma or indirectly from force applied to the ipsilateral posterior shoulder, which drives the lateral Sternal fracture Sternal fractures occur in approximately 3% to 8% of patients who experience blunt chest trauma, and are seen most commonly in deceleration injuries or direct blows to the anterior chest wall .
The actual underlying mechanisms are complex: bursting effects at the gas–liquid interface of the alveolus, inertial effects of differential rates of acceleration between the low-density alveoli and heavier hilar structures, and implosion effects that are due to overexpansion of gas bubbles after passage of a pressure wave . Department of Radiology, ShockTrauma Center, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA * Department of Radiology, ShockTrauma Center, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 22 South Greene Street, Baltimore, MD 21201.
Emergency Chest Imaging, An Issue of Radiologic Clinics by Tommaso Scarabino, Ugo Salvolini, Randy J. Jinkins