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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 complete, hands-on source is helping you learn and comprehend any imaging study--and courses you step by step in the course of the technique of creating a right prognosis in keeping with radiographic effects. The Atlas of Emergency Radiology is full of diagnostic photos for the entire spectrum of acute stipulations and emergencies.

  • Filled with 1,484 figures that show 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 studies the complete diversity of clinical concerns linked to children

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Pneumocephalus is seen anterior to the brainstem indicating a breach of the dura. CTA of the head and neck would be recommended. 75 ■ Occipital Bone Fracture. Axial NECT shows fracture extending across the left occipital bone near the foramen magnum. Significant force must have occurred to sustain a fracture in this site. 76 ■ Occipital Condyle Fracture Type I. A, B: Axial and coronal NECTs of the cervical spine show bilateral nondisplaced occipital condyle fractures (type I) due to axial loading injury.

CT venogram could be considered to assess for dural venous sinus injury or thrombosis in this case since the fracture crosses the sinuses. ALVEOLAR RIDGE FRACTURE Radiographic Features Pearls The dental alveoli are sockets in which roots of teeth are housed. The alveolar ridge is the bony ridge of the mandible or maxilla that holds the alveoli. Alveolar ridge fractures are identified by disruptions of the normal bony contours of the alveolar ridge as seen on axial and coronal reconstructions of the maxillofacial NCCT.

In otic capsule violating fractures, the fracture line courses into and/ or through the bony labyrinth, which includes the cochlea, vestibule, and semicircular canals of the inner ear. In otic capsule sparing fractures, the fracture does not involve the bony labyrinth. Occipital condyle fractures include 3 types. Type I fracture is due to an axial compression injury causing a comminuted fracture of the occipital condyles and is typically a stable fracture. Type II is a more extensive basioccipital fracture, but is still considered stable.

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