ABC of Emergency Radiology 3ed 2013


Rapid acquisition and interpretation of radiographs, portable ultrasound (US) and computed tomography (CT) are now the mainstay of initial successful management of sick and traumatized patients presenting to Accident and Emergency Departments.

The ABC of Emergency Radiology is a simple and logical step-by-step guide on how to interpret radiographs, US and CT. It incorporates all the latest technological advances, including replacing plain radiographs with digital radiographs, changes in imaging protocols and the role of portable US and multidetector CT.

With over 400 illustrations and annotated radiographs, this thoroughly revised third edition provides more images, new illustrations, and new chapters on emergency US and CT that reflect current practice. Each chapter starts with radiological anatomy, standard and then additional views, a systematic approach to interpretation (ABC approach) and followed by a review of common abnormalities.

The ABC of Emergency Radiology is an invaluable resource for accident and emergency staff, trainee radiologists, medical students, nurses, radiographers and all medical personnel involved in the immediate care of trauma patients.

  • This 3rd edition is fully revised and updated
  • Highly illustrated – with 400 diagrams and their interpreted radiographs, this delivers more images, and new illustrations
  • Designed as easy-to-use resource, interpretation for radiographers and indeed anyone who needs quick acquisition and interpretation of radiographs.

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The ABC series in general, are designed to take care and establish a set of requisite resources for General Practitioners, senior house officers, junior doctors, doctors in training and all those in primary care as well a cross section of medical support staff. For the purposes of this book, this resource is aimed at Clinicians that work in and around the area of the Emergency Room, and those medical staffs involved in the direct care of trauma patients.
— Sussman

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