Technological advances in imaging and the use of ultrasound, MRI, and CT scans have revolutionized the way that acute injuries and conditions are managed in the emergency room. Clinical Emergency Radiology is a new clinical resource in emergency radiology and comprehensively covers all technical applications and interpretations of imaging studies in the emergency room, illustrated with 2,000 images.Table of Contents Part I. Plain Radiography: 1. Plain radiography of the upper extremity in adults Kenny Banh and Gregory W. Hendey2. Plain radiography of the upper extremity in adults Steve Hayden and Anthony Medak3. Chest radiograph Peter DeBlieux and Lisa Mills4. Plain film evaluation of the abdomen Anthony J. Dean and Worth W. Everett5. Plain radiography of the cervical spine Eric Fox Silman6. Thoracic and lumbar spine radiography Michael Anderson, Adam Tuite and Christine Kulstad7. Plain radiography of pediatric extremity Kenneth T. Kwon8. Pediatric chest plain film radiographs Loren G. Yamamoto9. Pediatric abdominal plain film radiographs Loren G. Yamamoto10. Plain radiography of child abuse Kenneth T. Kwon11. Plain radiography in the elderly Worth W. Everett and Anthony J. DeanPart II. Ultrasound: 12. Introduction to bedside ultrasound Michael Peterson13. Ultrasound physics and instrumentation Seric Cusick and Theodore J. Nielson14. Biliary ultrasound William Scruggs and Laleh Gharahbaghian15. Trauma ultrasound Bret Nelson16. Ultrasound of deep venous thrombosis Eitan Dickman, David Blehar and Romolo Gaspari17. Cardiac ultrasound Chris Moore and James Hwang18. Emergency ultrasonography of the kidneys and urinary tract Anthony J. Dean and Geoffrey E. Hayden19. Ultrasonography of the abdominal aorta Deepak Chandwani20. Ultrasound guided procedures Daniel D. Price and Sharon R. Wilson21. Abdominal-pelvis ultrasound Mike Lambert22. Ocular ultrasound Zareth Irwin23. Testicular ultrasound Paul Sierzinski24. Abdominal ultrasound Matt Solley25. Musculoskeletal ultrasound JoAnne McDonough and Tala Elia26. Soft tissue ultrasound Seric Cusick27. Ultrasound in resuscitation Anthony Weekes and Resa E. LewissPart III. Computed Tomography: 28. Computed tomography in the ED: special considerations Tarina Kang and Carrie Tibbles29. Computed tomography of the spine Michael Habicht and J. Christian Fox30. Computed tomography of the head Stewart Swadron and Marlowe Majoewsky31. Computed tomography of the face Monica Kathleen Wattana and Tareg Bey32. Computed tomography of the chest Megan M. Boysen and J. Christian Fox33. Computed tomography of the abdomen and pelvis Nichole Meissner and Matthew O. Dolich34. Computed tomography angiopathy of the chest Swaminatha V. Gurudevan and Shaista Malik35. Computed tomography of the abdominal aorta Martha Villalba, Kate Latouf and Steve Nanini36. Computed tomography of the head and neck Seth TeBockhorst and Christine Kulstad37. Computed tomography angio of extremities Adam Tuite, Michael Anderson and Christine KulstadPart IV. Magnetic Resonance Imaging: 38. Physics of magnetic resonance imaging Joseph L. Dinglasan Jr. and J. Christian Fox39. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain Asmita Patel, Colleen Crowe and Brian Sayger40. Magnetic resonance imaging of the spine Aaron Harries and J. Christian Fox41. Magnetic resonance imaging of the chest and heart Boback Ziaeian and J. Christian Fox42. Magnetic resonance imaging of the abdomen and pelvis Jesse Stondell and J. Christian Fox43. Magnetic resonance imaging of extremities Kate Stevens and J. Christian Fox.
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Titolo: Clinical Emergency Radiology
Editore: Cambridge University Press
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