Perfect for the non-specialist, Accident and Emergency Radiology
focuses on common injuries and those abnormalities that are frequently overlooked or misinterpreted in the emergency department and gives key indicators when a radiologist should be consulted.
Using a concise and systematic approach, it explains how to examine and accurately interpret x-rays. Each section focuses on the basic radiographs required, important anatomy, normal variants, a system for inspecting suggested views, types of injury, and ends with a summary of key points. This latest update is based on the 2nd
edition with additional features, enhanced functionality and ongoing updates!
- Aims to provide simple and systematic approaches to the evaluation of Emergency Department radiographs.
- Valuable not only to physicians working in the Emergency Department but to others including radiologists, orthopaedic surgeons, and some pediatricians too.
- Provides greater coverage of chest radiology.
- Features more conceptual line drawings, tables, and summary charts, and improved quality of images.
- Skull section includes a comprehensive set of illustrative drawings and radiographs which can assist with the accurate assessment and interpretation of an infant's or toddler's skull films.
- Key Points summary at the end places an additional emphasis on a particularly subtle sign or appearance that is either not widely known or is regularly overlooked.
- Emphasizes pitfalls and associated abnormalities.