Radiology of Blunt Trauma of the Chest

This book is designed to meet this need. It provides a systematic review of all aspects of the radiology of blunt trauma of the chest.

Radiology of Blunt Trauma of the Chest

During recent years important progress in intensive medicine methods has fundamentally changed the approach to and the management of acute chest trauma, which in developed countries is frequently related to road accidents, the number of which is still rising. It is important for the radiologist to become fully acquainted with the correct inter pretation of findings on conventional radiographs as well as on CT. Appropriate and rapid therapeutic action in life-threatening situations will frequently result from the skillful inter pretation of radiological findings and from the full integration of the radiologist as a well qualified member of the medical and surgical team, responsible for the global management of the chest trauma patient. I am indebted to Prof. P. Schnyder and Dr. M. Wintermark for their excellent work in col lecting the case material, which originates mainly from the University Hospital of Lausanne. of all diagnostic They have been able to present a comprehensive and up-to-date overview and interventional radiological aspects related to chest trauma. of great interest to all hospital-based radiologists, I am convinced that this volume will be and also to thoracic surgeons or intensive care physicians dealing with chest trauma patients. It is my sincere wish that this volume meet the same success with clinicians as many other volumes in our series. Leuven ALBERT L. BAERT Preface Diagnostic imaging has experienced astonishing developments during the relatively short period of its existence. We are just entering the second century of the medical use of x-rays.

RADIOLOGY OF THORACIC TRAUMA

(Papers from courses 1986-1990) Incl. mechanisms of injury epidemiology clinical findings radiological features.

RADIOLOGY OF THORACIC TRAUMA

(Papers from courses 1986-1990) Incl. mechanisms of injury epidemiology clinical findings radiological features.

Emergency Radiology of the Chest and Cardiovascular System

Sao Paulo Med J 126:186–189 Scheurecker G (2015) Traumatic bone and
cartilage injuries of the shoulder. Radiologe 55:188–194 Schnyder P, Wintermark
M (2000) Trauma of the chest wall. In: Radiology of blunt trauma of the chest, 1st
edn ...

Emergency Radiology of the Chest and Cardiovascular System

This book provides an up-to-date, systematic review of all facets of emergency radiology in patients with chest trauma or pain with the aim of equipping the reader with a detailed knowledge of the various radiological patterns, which is essential in order to make a prompt diagnosis under circumstances when time is of critical importance. To this end, the indications, value, and results of the various emergency imaging modalities, including sonography and interventional radiology, are described and illustrated in the full range of blunt chest injuries and nontraumatic chest emergencies. Technological aspects, protocols tailored to the mechanism of injury, and post-processing techniques are also extensively covered. Emergency Radiology of the Chest and Cardiovascular System will be of value to general and interventional radiologists, radiology residents, radiology technicians, and all physicians and surgeons who work in emergency care.

Chest Radiology

in I, Hoff SJ, Shotts Feldman the literature. Spencer Polansky complete Hood RM.
of blunt thoracic trauma. J Trauma. 1993;35:296–302. 17. Reginald R. Lung
alterations in thoracic trauma. J Thorac Imaging. 1987;2:1–11. 18. Schild HH,
Strunk ...

Chest Radiology

Revised to reflect the current cardiothoracic radiology curriculum for diagnostic radiology residency, this concise text provides the essential knowledge needed to interpret chest radiographs and CT scans. This edition includes nearly 800 new images obtained with state-of-the-art technology and a new chapter on cardiac imaging. A new patterns of lung disease section provides a one-stop guide to recognizing and understanding findings seen on thin-section CT. This edition also includes the new classification of idiopathic interstitial pneumonias, current techniques for evaluating solitary pulmonary nodules, an algorithm for managing incidental nodules seen on chest CT, the new World Health Organization classification of lung tumors, and numerous new cases in the self-assessment chapter.

Thoracic Radiology The Requisites E Book

Daffner, R., 1988. Imaging of vertebral Trauma, Aspen, Rockville, IL. Dee, P.M.,
1992. The radiology of chest trauma [review]. Radiol. Clin. North. Am. 30, 291–
306. Fishman, J.E., 2000. Imaging of blunt aortic and great vessel trauma. J.
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Thoracic Radiology  The Requisites E Book

As part of the successful THE REQUISITES series, the second edition of Thoracic Radiology: The Requisites, by Theresa McLoud, MD and Phillip Boiselle, MD, presents the most essential information you need to know about chest radiology, including some of the more recent techniques in chest imaging such as CTA and PET imaging. Its concise and up-to-date coverage prepares you for examinations and clinical practice. Abundantly illustrated with over 800 images and covering all functional units of chest organs, this book discusses diagnostic imaging of the most frequently seen problems and the interventional techniques performed in thoracic radiology. Find what you need quickly and easily – Numerous tables, charts and boxes summarize clinical features, pathology and radiographic signs to reinforce important techniques. See imaging findings as they appear in practice covering the full array of thoracic conditions. Get all you need to know from this comprehensive yet concise source which contains the essential principles that residents and practitioners need to know. Keep up with cutting-edge topics such as the new classification of interstitial pneumonias, the impact of helical CT in diagnosing pulmonary embolism, CT angiography, computed radiography, three-dimensional imaging of the airways, and emerging infections and bioterrorism infectious agents,. Expand your understanding of PET imaging and pulmonary vascular abnormalities, as well as many other topics, with updated and enhanced chapters that feature new images throughout.

The Chest X Ray

FACTS AND FIGURES Following major trauma — 20% of all deaths are due to a
thoracic injury. ... In 20% of patients following a penetrating injury to the thorax4.
... Schnyder P, Wintermark M. Radiology of Blunt Trauma of the Chest.

The Chest X Ray

Featuring a practical, clinical approach - and written in a quick-access style - this portable, economical reference helps you build a strong foundation in chest x-ray interpretation. Three radiologists with years of clinical and teaching experience present fundamental principles and key anatomical concepts.walk you through examples of classic chest x-ray features that provide subtle evidence of abnormality.and explore a variety of problems and dilemmas common to everyday clinical practice. High-quality drawings and digital chest x-rays - combined with secrets from the radiologists' toolbox, helpful differential diagnoses, handy checklists, and key references - deliver all the assistance you need to enhance your interpretation skills. Provides a strong foundation of essential knowledge for an informed, systematic approach to accurate chest x-ray interpretation. Features the work of three radiologists who offer you the benefit of their many years of clinical and teaching experience. Emphasizes common errors and misdiagnoses to help ensure correct image readings. Presents step-by-step guidance in a bulleted, quick-access format, in short chapters focused on clinical problems, to make it easy to master the information that you need to know. Makes difficult anatomic concepts easier to grasp by pairing radiographs with color line drawings. Explains the nomenclature special to the field through a glossary of important terms. Highlights the most important concepts in diagnosis/interpretation via Key Points in each chapter.

Emergency Radiology

Gavelli G, Canini R, Bertaccini et al (2002) Traumatic injuries: imaging of thoracic
injuries.Eur Radiol 12:1273-1294. Gelman R, Mirvis SE, Gens D (1991)
Diaphragmatic rupture due to blunt trauma: sensitivity of plain chest radiographs.

Emergency Radiology

This book offers a comprehensive review on the last development in the management and the treatment of acute and life-threatening conditions. Written by leading experts in the field, this book will help the clinician to understand the clinical problems and to select the methodological and technical options that will ensure prompt and effective response and correct interpretation of the clinical findings. This book is richly illustrated and will serve as unique source of information for radiologists and other specialists including neuroradiologists, surgeons, cardiologists, angiologists and gastroenteologists.

Imaging of Diseases of the Chest E Book

3. Wicky S, Wintermark M, Schnyder P, et al. Imaging of blunt chest trauma. Eur
Radiol 2000;10:1524–1538. 4. Gavelli G, Canini R, Bertaccini P, et al. Traumatic
injuries: imaging of thoracic injuries. Eur Radiol 2002;12:1273–1294. 5. Mirvis SE
.

Imaging of Diseases of the Chest E Book

This is the ideal resource for all those requiring an authoritative and up-to-date review of imaging appearances of diseases of the lung, pleura and mediastinum. Chest radiography and CT are integrated with other imaging techniques, including MRI and PET, where appropriate. The clinical and pathologic features of different diseases are provided in varying degrees of detail with more in depth coverage given to rarer and less well understood conditions. A single volume, comprehensive reference text on chest radiology.Provides in a single resource all of the information a generalist in diagnostic radiology needs to know. Concisely and clearly written by a team of 4 internationally recognized authors.Avoids the inconsistency, repetition, and unevenness of coverage that is inherent in multi-contributed books. Multimodality coverage integrated throughout every chapter.All of the applicable imaging modalities are covered in a clinically relevant, diagnostically helpful way. Approximately 3,000 high quality, good-sized images.Provides a complete visual guide that the practitioner can refer to for help in interpretation and diagnosis. Covers both common and uncommon disorders.Provides the user with a single comprehensive resource, no need to consult alternative resources. Access the full text online and download images via Expert Consult Access the latest version of the Fleischner Society's glossary of terms for thoracic imaging. Outlines, summary boxes, key points used throughout.Makes content more accessible by highlighting essential information. Brand new color images to illustrate Functional imaging techniques.Many of the new imaging techniques can provide functional as well as anatomic information. Introduction of a second color throughout in summary boxes in order to better highlight key information. There’s a wealth of key information in the summary boxes—will be highlighted more from the narrative text and will therefore be easier to access. Practical tips on identifying anatomic variants and artefacts in order to avoid diagnostic pitfalls.Many misdiagnoses are the result of basic errors in correlating the anatomic changes seen with imaging to their underlying pathologic processes. Latest techniques in CT, MRI and PET as they relate to thoracic diseases. The pace of development in imaging modalities and new applications/refined techniques in existing modalities continues to drive radiology forward as a specialty. Emphasis on cost-effective image/modality selection.Addresses the hugely important issue of cost-containment by emphasizing which imaging modality is helpful and which is not in any given clinical diagnosis. COPD and Diffuse Lung Disease, Small Airway disease chapters extensively up-dated. Access the full text online and download images via Expert Consult Access the latest version of the Fleischner Society's glossary of terms for thoracic imaging.

Emergency Radiology The Requisites E Book

Radiology 171:385–389, 1989. Collins J, Primack SL: CT of non-penetrating
chest trauma. Applied Radiology Online 30:1–10, 2001. Dyer DS, Moore EE,
Mestek MF, et al: Can chest CT be used to exclude aortic injury? Radiology ...

Emergency Radiology  The Requisites E Book

The Requisites series you know and trust for studying and rotation preparation presents this essential text on emergency radiology! It provides the foundation and the heart of the information you need for the Board exam and every day clinical use. With key features like emergent findings tables and differential diagnoses tables plus 600 high-quality images, this book makes it easy to review important information. Experts on various body systems and modalities of emergency radiology bring you a concise reference that meets all of your study needs. Presents emergent findings and differential diagnosis tables so that important content is identified clearly within the text. Divides the contents of the book into two sections—trauma and non-trauma—to mirror the way you practice. Organizes the material in structured, consistent chapter layouts for efficient and effective preparation for the emergency radiology questions incorporated throughout the Board exam. Provides clinical material on radiology procedures that define your role in managing a patient with an emergent condition. Includes 600 multi-modality images to give you a visual understanding of this image-centered specialty.

Emergency Radiology An Issue of Radiologic Clinics of North America E Book

Acute traumatic aortic injury: imaging evaluation and management. Radiology
2008 ... Blunt thoracic aortic injuries: an autopsy study. J Trauma ... Blunt and
penetrating trauma of the thoracic aorta and aortic arch branches: an autopsy
study.

Emergency Radiology  An Issue of Radiologic Clinics of North America   E Book

The practice of Emergency Radiology has undergone rapid change in the last decade: as imaging procedures are increasingly performed within short periods of time after the arrival of patients to the emergency room, the expectation for near real-time interpretations (often by subspecialists) has gained popularity. Larger emergency centers provide 24 hour on-site coverage by well trained radiologists, while others rely on the services of equally well trained radiologists located off-site, taking advantage of modern universal interconnectivity. Either way, radiologists’ input is increasingly affecting the immediate outcome of patients presenting with acute symptoms. Radiologists have embraced the challenge to protect patient safety by seeking evidence-based data to support the proper utilization of CT (including the use of alternative imaging modalities) and radiologists and CT manufacturers together have worked intensely to find optimal methods to deliver the inevitable radiation.

Grainger Allison s Diagnostic Radiology E Book

Oikonomou A, Prassopoulos P. CT imaging of blunt chest trauma. Insights
Imaging 2011;2(3):281–95. Dee P. The radiology of chest trauma. Radiol Clin
North Am 1992;30:291–306. Co SJ, Yong-Hing CJ, Galea-Soler S, et al. Role of
imaging ...

Grainger   Allison s Diagnostic Radiology E Book

Effectively apply the latest techniques and approaches with complete updates throughout including 4 new sections (Abdominal Imaging, The Spine, Oncological Imaging, and Interventional Radiology) and 28 brand new chapters. Gain the fresh perspective of two new editors—Jonathan Gillard and Cornelia Schaefer-Prokop -- eight new section editors -- Michael Maher, Andrew Grainger, Philip O’Connor, Rolf Jager, Vicky Goh, Catherine Owens, Anna Maria Belli, Michael Lee -- and 135 new contributors. Stay current with the latest developments in imaging techniques such as CT, MR, ultrasound, and coverage of hot topics such as: Image guided biopsy and ablation techniques and Functional and molecular imaging. Solve even your toughest diagnostic challenges with guidance from nearly 4,000 outstanding illustrations. Quickly grasp the fundamentals you need to know through a more concise, streamlined format.

Sabiston and Spencer s Surgery of the Chest E Book

Added value of routine chest MDCT after blunt trauma: Evaluation of additional
findings and impact on patient ... Scaglione M, RomanoS, Pinto A, Sparano A,
Scialpi M, Rotondo A. Acute tracheobronchial injuries: Impact of imaging on ...

Sabiston and Spencer s Surgery of the Chest E Book

Through seven successful editions, Sabiston & Spencer Surgery of the Chest has set the standard in cardiothoracic surgery references. Now, the new 8th Edition, edited by Frank W. Sellke, MD, Pedro J. del Nido, MD, and Scott J. Swanson, MD, carries on this tradition with updated coverage of today's essential clinical knowledge from leaders worldwide. Guidance divided into three major sections—Adult Cardiac Surgery, Congenital Heart Surgery, and Thoracic Surgery—lets you quickly find what you need, while new and revised chapters reflect all of the important changes within this rapidly evolving specialty. Expert Consult functionality—new to this edition—enables you to access the complete contents of the 2-volume set from anyplace with an Internet connection for convenient consultation where and when you need it. This is an ideal source for mastering all of the most important current knowledge and techniques in cardiac and thoracic surgery—whether for specialty board review or day-to-day practice. Features short, focused chapters that help you find exactly what you need. Presents the work of international contributors who offer a global view of the entire specialty. Covers thoracic surgery as well as adult and pediatric cardiac surgery for a practical and powerful single source. Includes nearly 1,100 illustrations that help to clarify key concepts. Features online access to the complete contents of the 2-volume text at expertconsult.com for convenient anytime, anywhere reference. Covers the hottest topics shaping today's practice, including the latest theory and surgical techniques for mitral valve disease, advances in the treatment of congenital heart disease, minimally invasive surgical approaches to the treatment of adult and congenital cardiac disease and thoracic disease, stent grafting for aortic disease, and cell-based therapies. Your purchase entitles you to access the web site until the next edition is published, or until the current edition is no longer offered for sale by Elsevier, whichever occurs first. Elsevier reserves the right to offer a suitable replacement product (such as a downloadable or CD-ROM-based electronic version) should access to the web site be discontinued.

Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma E Book

42. Shorr RM, Crittenden M, Indeck M, et al: Blunt thoracic trauma— analysis of
515 patients. Ann Surg 206:200, 1987. 43. Shulman HS: The radiology of blunt
chest trauma. In McMurtry RY, McLellan BA, editors: Management of blunt trauma
, ...

Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma   E Book

Describing the diagnosis and management of maxillofacial and associated traumatic injuries step by step, Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma, 4th Edition takes you beyond the surgical management of head and neck trauma to cover the general management of traumatic injuries, systemic evaluation of the trauma patient, and special considerations associated with maxillofacial trauma patient care. New to this edition are over 700 full-color illustrations showing details of traumatic injuries and their treatment. Edited by head and neck trauma expert Dr. Raymond J. Fonseca, along with over 80 highly respected contributors, this comprehensive reference provides all of the information you need to offer the best care possible to maxillofacial trauma patients. One-of-a-kind, comprehensive chapters cover current research literature with topics including advances in maxillofacial trauma surgery, nonpenetrating chest trauma, metabolic response to trauma, maxillofacial prosthetics, and the societal impact of maxillofacial trauma. Coverage of emerging topics includes firearm injuries, neurologic injuries (the leading cause of death from trauma), wound healing, airway management, shock, and nasal fractures, so you can work confidently with team members from other disciplines such as neurologists, anesthesiologists, and orthopedists. Over 80 expert contributors represent the specialties of oral and maxillofacial surgery, anesthesiology, and otolaryngology. UPDATED content reflects current thinking and the latest techniques in the management of traumatic injuries. NEW full-color illustrations and design highlight clinical areas and show details of injuries and their treatment. NEW! Streamlined, single-volume format makes information easier to access and the book easier to carry.

Diseases of the Heart Chest Breast 2011 2014

Blunt trauma accounts for 90% of chest trauma, and the most common cases of
blunt trauma are motor vehicle collisions and falls [4, 5]. The imaging workup of
patients with suspected thoracic injuries usually begins with a portable chest ...

Diseases of the Heart  Chest   Breast 2011 2014

Written by internationally renowned experts, this volume deals with imaging of diseases of heart, chest and breast. The different topics are disease-oriented and cover all the relevant imaging modalities, including standard radiography, CT, nuclear medicine with PET, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging, as well as imaging-guided interventions. This book presents a comprehensive review of current knowledge in imaging of the heart and chest , as well as thoracic interventions and a selection of "hot topics" of breast imaging. It will be particularly relevant for residents in radiology, but also very useful for experienced radiologists and clinicians specializing in thoracic disease and wishing to update their knowledge of this rapidly developing field.

Cardiovascular Imaging E Book

Rarely, active extravasation of contrast material may be seen and should be
S U G G E S T E D R E A D I N G Alkadhi H, Wildermuth S, Desbiolles L, et al.
Vascular emergencies of the thorax after blunt and iatrogenic trauma: multi-
detector row ...

Cardiovascular Imaging E Book

Cardiovascular Imaging, a title in the Expert Radiology Series, edited by Drs. Vincent Ho and Gautham P. Reddy, is a comprehensive 2-volume reference that covers the latest advances in this specialty. It provides richly illustrated, advanced guidance to help you overcome the full range of diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional challenges in cardiovascular imaging and combines an image-rich, easy-to-use format with the greater depth that experienced practitioners need. Online access at www.expertconsult.com allows you to rapidly search for images and quickly locate the answers to any questions. Access the fully searchable text online at www.expertconsult.com, along with downloadable images. View 5000 full-color digital images of both radiographic images and cutting-edge modalities—MR, multislice CT, ultrasonography, and nuclear medicine. Tap into comprehensive coverage that includes diagnostic and therapeutic options, with an emphasis on cost-effective imaging. Consult the experience of a diverse group of experts on cardiovascular imaging from around the globe. Find information quickly and easily thanks to consistent and tightly focused chapters, a full-color design, and key points boxes.

Coronary Radiology

Titles in the series already published DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING Innovations in
Diagnostic Imaging Edited by J. H. ... Edited by C. Schiepers Radiology of Blunt
Trauma of the Chest P. Schnyder and M. Wintermark Portal Hypertension
Diagnostic ...

Coronary Radiology

This is the first monograph to focus exclusively on coronary radiology. It is particularly timely, given that the emergence of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, coupled with improvements in both hard- and software, has made reproducible non-invasive coronary imaging a practical reality. A wide range of topics is addressed, including: quantitative angiography, intravascular and quantitative ultrasound, multislice and electron beam computed tomography, magnetic resonance coronary angiography and use of the coronary calcium score as an independent risk factor. All of the latest developments, such as non-invasive intracoronary thrombus imaging, are covered. Particular care has been taken to consider the common questions confronted in asymptomatic patients. The text is supported by high-quality color images of the coronary and cardiac anatomy.

High Resolution Sonography of the Peripheral Nervous System

Titles in the series already published DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING Innovations in
Diagnostic Imaging Edited by J. H. ... Edited by C. Schiepers Radiology of Blunt
Trauma of the Chest P. Schnyder and M. Wintermark Portal Hypertension
Diagnostic ...

High Resolution Sonography of the Peripheral Nervous System

Diagnostic sonography of the peripheral nervous system is an evolving specialty of musculoskeletal ultrasound. This book provides an in-depth description of sonographic examination technique - how to access an individual nerve with sonography and how to interpret local findings. A particular focus is on sonographic-anatomic correlations. All currently possible clinical applications are addressed, including the evaluation of nerve compression syndromes, traumatic lesions, tumors, and postoperative complications. The book contains a huge number of high-quality patient sonograms, all derived from cases with clinical and in many instances surgical correlation.

Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine E Book

[26] Mirka H, Ferda J, Baxa J. Multidetector computed tomography of chest
trauma: Indications, technique and interpretation. Insights Imag 2012;3:433–49. [
27] Oikonomou A, Prassopoulos PCT. Imaging of bluntchest trauma. Insights
Imag ...

Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine E Book

Now fully revised and updated, Textbook of Adult Emergency Medicine provides clear and consistent coverage of this rapidly evolving specialty. Building on the success of previous editions, it covers all the major topics that present to the trainee doctor in the emergency department. It will also prove invaluable to the range of other professionals working in this setting - including nurse specialists and paramedics - who require concise, highly practical guidance, incorporating latest best practices and current guidelines. For the first time, this edition now comes with access to addtional ancillary meterial, including practical procdure videos and self-assessment material. Updates throughout reflect latest practice developments, curricula requirements and essential guidelines Key point boxes highlight topic ‘essentials’ as well as controversial areas of treatment An expanded list of leading international contributors ensures comprehensive coverage and maximizes worldwide relevance New and enhanced coverage of important and topical areas - including latest imaging in emergency medicine; organ donation; massive transfusion protocols; medico legal issues; patient safety and quality measures All new accompanying electronic ancillariy material, including procedure videos and self-assessment materials to check your understanding and aid exam preparation Expansion of administration section - especially patient safety New and enhanced coverage of important and topical areas - including latest imaging in emergency medicine; organ donation; massive transfusion protocols; medico legal issues; patient safety and quality measures All new accompanying electronic ancillary materials - including practical procedures videos and self-assessment materials

Diagnostic Imaging for the Emergency Physician E Book

Unfortunately, this finding is only about 90% sensitive and 10% specific. The
supine AP chest x-ray often obtained following blunt trauma can simulate
pathologic mediastinal widening from aortic injury. Indistinct aortic knob The
aortic knob ...

Diagnostic Imaging for the Emergency Physician E Book

Diagnostic Imaging for the Emergency Physician, written and edited by a practicing emergency physician for emergency physicians, takes a step-by-step approach to the selection and interpretation of commonly ordered diagnostic imaging tests. Dr. Joshua Broder presents validated clinical decision rules, describes time-efficient approaches for the emergency physician to identify critical radiographic findings that impact clinical management and discusses hot topics such as radiation risks, oral and IV contrast in abdominal CT, MRI versus CT for occult hip injury, and more. Diagnostic Imaging for the Emergency Physician has been awarded a 2011 PROSE Award for Excellence for the best new publication in Clinical Medicine. Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Choose the best test for each indication through clear explanations of the "how" and "why" behind emergency imaging. Interpret head, spine, chest, and abdominal CT images using a detailed and efficient approach to time-sensitive emergency findings. Stay on top of current developments in the field, including evidence-based analysis of tough controversies - such as indications for oral and IV contrast in abdominal CT and MRI versus CT for occult hip injury; high-risk pathology that can be missed by routine diagnostic imaging - including subarachnoid hemorrhage, bowel injury, mesenteric ischemia, and scaphoid fractures; radiation risks of diagnostic imaging - with practical summaries balancing the need for emergency diagnosis against long-terms risks; and more. Optimize diagnosis through evidence-based guidelines that assist you in discussions with radiologists, coverage of the limits of "negative" or "normal" imaging studies for safe discharge, indications for contrast, and validated clinical decision rules that allow reduced use of diagnostic imaging. Clearly recognize findings and anatomy on radiographs for all major diagnostic modalities used in emergency medicine from more than 1000 images. Find information quickly and easily with streamlined content specific to emergency medicine written and edited by an emergency physician and organized by body system.