By Donna G. Blankenbaker MD, Kirkland W. Davis MD
More than two hundred trauma-related diagnoses which are delineated, referenced, and lavishly illustrated spotlight the second one version of Diagnostic Imaging: Musculoskeletal Trauma. entire insurance of musculoskeletal trauma imaging retains you present with what’s new within the box. Succinct textual content, awesome illustrations, and updated content make this name essential reference for either basic radiologists and musculoskeletal imaging experts who want a unmarried, go-to scientific advisor during this speedily evolving area.
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presents effective info on greater than 200 diagnoses which are basically illustrated with 3,400 impressive photos
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on ischiofemoral impingement and femoral acetabular impingement (FAI), in addition to new information on activities drugs accidents and hip and pelvic imaging ideas and remedies
on elbow posterior impingement, fracture therapeutic, and tibia-fibula shaft fractures
of demanding instances aid the surgeon’s preoperative and postoperative imaging specifications
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Note the closed lateral epicondylar epiphysis ﬅ. (Right) AP radiograph shows slipped capital femoral epiphysis of the right hip ﬅ, a Salter I injury. The left hip is normal. (Left) Coronal T2WI FS MR demonstrates elevated signal in the proximal right femoral physis ﬅ with surrounding marrow edema consistent with a Salter I injury. There was no radiographic evidence of slipped capital femoral epiphysis in this patient. Patient was treated surgically based on the MR findings. (Right) AP radiograph demonstrates fractures of the metaphyses extending into the growth plates of the proximal phalanges of the 3rd and 4th fingers ﬅ consistent with Salter II fractures.
Left) Coronal T2WI FS MR of the elbow demonstrates elevated signal in the physis of the medial humeral epicondyle ﬆ in a little league baseball pitcher with medial elbow pain. This represents little leaguer's elbow and can lead to displacement of the epiphysis. Note the closed lateral epicondylar epiphysis ﬅ. (Right) AP radiograph shows slipped capital femoral epiphysis of the right hip ﬅ, a Salter I injury. The left hip is normal. (Left) Coronal T2WI FS MR demonstrates elevated signal in the proximal right femoral physis ﬅ with surrounding marrow edema consistent with a Salter I injury.
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