EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY

Emergent Soft Tissue Conditions

Jun 30, 2019 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Emergent Soft Tissue Conditions

Acute inflammatory and infectious soft tissue disorders are important conditions that affect nearly 2 million people in the United States every year. Inflammation versus infection of the skin, subcutaneous tissues,…

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Spinal Trauma

Jun 30, 2019 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Spinal Trauma

Cervical Spine Emergencies Mark Bernstein Alexander B. Baxter F.A. Mann Each year in North America approximately 3 million patients are evaluated for spinal injury. Although the incidence of vertebral fracture and spinal cord…

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Vascular Chest Emergencies

Jun 30, 2019 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Vascular Chest Emergencies

With chest pain representing one of the most common presenting symptoms in the emergency department (ED), radiologists are frequently called upon for the noninvasive evaluation of aortic and pulmonary vascular…

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Facet Joint Injection

Sep 22, 2016 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Facet Joint Injection

Facet Joint Injection Donald V. La Barge, III, MD Key Facts Terminology Injection of corticosteroid and anesthetic into lumbar facet joint Pre-Procedure Facet joint osteoarthritis Synovial cyst causing neurologic symptoms…

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Celiac Plexus Block

Sep 22, 2016 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Celiac Plexus Block

Celiac Plexus Block Lubdha M. Shah, MD Key Facts Terminology Palliative procedure in cases of severe upper abdominal pain caused by pancreatitis or advanced cancers of the upper abdominal viscera,…

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Cavity Spinwand

Sep 22, 2016 by in EMERGENCY RADIOLOGY Comments Off on Cavity Spinwand

Cavity Spinwand Donald V. La Barge, III, MD Key Facts Terminology Cavity creation via plasma field ablation of vertebral body neoplasms prior to cement injection Pre-Procedure Indication Spinal tumor ±…

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