EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY

Imaging of Neck Emergencies

Sep 12, 2016 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Imaging of Neck Emergencies

Fig. 15.1 Fish bone in the hypopharynx. (a, b) Lateral view of the neck and sagittal CT reformation demonstrating fish bone (curved arrow) in the prevertebral soft tissue, at the…

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Imaging of Pediatric Emergencies

Sep 12, 2016 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Imaging of Pediatric Emergencies

, Paul F. von Herrmann1, Harigovinda R. Challa2 and Johanne E. Dillon2   (1) Department of Radiology, University of Kentucky, 800 Rose Street, HX-307B, Lexington, KY 40536-0293, USA (2) Division of Pediatric Radiology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, USA…

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Imaging of Upper Extremity

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Fig. 20.1 Clavicle fracture. AP view of the clavicle shows a comminuted fracture at the distal third of the clavicle (arrowhead) Complications Clavicle fracture can be associated with injury to…

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Stroke and Its Imaging Evaluation

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Fig. 18.1 Acute infarct. Diffusion-weighted images showing acute lacunar infarct (arrow) in posterior limb of right internal capsule Less common etiologies, representing less than 5 % of acute stroke, include…

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Imaging of Acute Colonic Disorders

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Fig. 6.1 Acute diverticulitis (a–c) Contrast-enhanced CT scan study of the abdomen demonstrates inflamed diverticulum (arrowheads) arising from the ascending colon. There are pericolonic inflammatory changes seen around the inflamed…

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Imaging of Acute Head Emergencies

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Fig. 16.1 (a, b) Cerebral edema. Noncontrast axial CT image of the brain shows diffuse hypodensity in the brain parenchyma, with loss of the gray-white interface compatible with brain edema….

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Imaging of Facial Fractures

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Fig. 17.1 Normal CT anatomy and facial buttresses. (a) 3D surface-rendered image demonstrating the four vertical and four transverse buttresses (1 medial maxillary, 2 lateral maxillary, 3 upper transverse maxillary,…

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Emergencies of the Biliary Tract

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Fig. 2.1 Imaging appearance of gallstones on plain radiograph and ultrasound. (a) Plain radiograph demonstrates laminated radiopaque gallstones in the right upper quadrant. Up to a fifth of the gallstones…

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Imaging of Small Bowel

Sep 12, 2016 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Imaging of Small Bowel

Fig. 4.1 Duodenal diverticulum. Upper GI study demonstrates an incidentally detected solitary duodenal diverticulum arising from the third portion of the duodenum Fig. 4.2 Small bowel diverticulosis. (a) Small bowel…

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