4 edition of Computed tomography in the evaluation of trauma found in the catalog.
Computed tomography in the evaluation of trauma
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael P. Federle, Michael Brant-Zawadzki.|
|Contributions||Federle, Michael P., Brant-Zawadzki, Michael.|
|LC Classifications||RD93.7 .C65 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||85016930|
Computed Tomography in the Evaluation of Trauma by Michael P Federle, MD, Facr starting at $ Computed Tomography in the Evaluation of Trauma has 2 Three patients with blunt abdominal trauma underwent computed tomography (CT) as part of their diagnostic evaluation. In each case CT accurately demonstrated the pathological damage to the parenchymal organs. CT is an effective non-invasive diagnostic mode of investigation in the evaluation and follow-up care of the traumatized
The diagnostic value of Computed Tomography in evaluation of maxillofacial Trauma Qais H. Muassa FICMS College of Dentistry, Babylon University Ibrahim S. Gataa, BDS, FICMS College of Dentistry, Sulaimania University Abstract A definite place has now been established for the computed tomography (CT) scanning in assessment and management of ?func=fulltext&aId= The usefulness of computed tomography (CT) in diagnosing abdominal abscesses was evaluated prospectively in 69 septic patients who had suffered massive trauma. For the 82 abdominal CT scans obtained, the accuracy rate was 84%, the sensitivity was 92%, and the specificity was 79%.
Coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) is now more widely available as a non-invasive tool for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease (CAD). 4. Patients may also undergo investigation of the arteries supplying the lungs with CT pulmonary angiography, which helps to identify blood clots known as PEs (pulmonary emboli). Computed Tomography in the Evaluation of Penetrating Neck Trauma: A Preliminary Study Article in Archives of Surgery (11) December with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'
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Computed Tomography in the Evaluation of Trauma is a nicely illustrated hardbound book edited by two experienced radiologists from San Francisco General Hospital. There are seven contributors to this page work (five radiologists, one neurosurgeon, and one otolaryngologist).
Computed tomography in the evaluation of trauma. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, © (OCoLC) Online version: Computed tomography in the evaluation of trauma.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael P Federle; Michael Brant-Zawadzki The objective of this article is to review the use of computed tomography (CT) for the purpose of injury evaluation in pediatric trauma patients. The relative risk of radiation-induced cancer mortality is discussed.
Evidence-based indications for obtaining CT and optimization of CT scanner protocols are provided. CT use specific to pediatric ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 27 cm: Responsibility: edited by Michael P.
Federle, Michael Computed tomography (CT) was used in the evaluation of patients suffering abdominal trauma. The type of trauma was blunt in 78 patients, penetrating in eight, and iatrogenic in Forty per cent of cases had normal CT scans, while 60% showed substantial abdominal or retroperitoneal injuries.
Su Computed tomography in stable selected patients with penetrating neck trauma appears safe. Invasive studies can often be eliminated from the diagnostic algorithm when CT demonstrates trajectories remote from vital structures.
As a result, efficient evaluation and early discharge from the trauma bay Background and objectives: The aim of the study was to compare the accuracy of X-ray (XR) imaging according to computed tomography (CT) scanning in the diagnosis of knee bone fractures, and in the determination of fracture characteristics, and to identify CT scan indications in patients with knee als and methods: The patients who presented to the emergency department (ED) due to This book is a concise, visually pleasing treatise on the use of computed tomography (CT) in evaluating the most common sites of occult trauma.
The seven chapters discuss trauma of the head, face, larynx, spine, chest, abdomen, and pelvis. While it is a multiauthored text, the editors have written all or part of five of the seven :// Federle MP, Crass RA, Jeffrey RB, Trunkey DD. Computed tomography in blunt abdominal trauma. Arch Surg. May; (5)– Marx JA, Moore EE, Jorden RC, Eule J., Jr Limitations of computed tomography in the evaluation of acute abdominal trauma: a prospective comparison with diagnostic peritoneal lavage.
J :// medicina Article Comparison of X-Ray Imaging and Computed Tomography Scan in the Evaluation of Knee Trauma Mustafa Avci * and Nalan Kozaci Department of Emergency Medicine; University of Health Sciences, Antalya Education and Research Hospital, Trauma to the genitourinary system includes blunt and penetrating injuries to bladder and ureters.
These are rare injuries and are overlooked as other abdominal and pelvic injuries often take priority. Delayed diagnosis can lead to significant morbidity and mortality. Computed tomography has taken a central role in the imaging of the ureters and :// Blunt trauma accounts for more than 95% of traumatic renal injury and results from shear forces from rapid acceleration or deceleration and/or collision against the spine or ribs.
The use of multiphasic contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) has proven pivotal in the evaluation and management of traumatic kidney injury, and CT imaging features provide the basis problems. Computed tomography (CT) has a higher sensitivity and specificity than XR in the evaluation of bone structures.
CT images can be more easily interpreted than XR images, even if the anatomical structure has been destroyed due to trauma. However, it is recommended that CT imaging be performed in selected cases because of Computed tomography (CT) is most commonly used in equine practice for osseous studies (eg, complex fractures, sequestrum identification, the skull), but recent work has documented the utility of CT for soft tissue evaluation.
The relatively small size of the CT opening (gantry or bore) limits usefulness to the extremities, from the carpus and tarsus distally, the skull, and proximal to mid /agricultural-and-biological-sciences/computed-tomography.
Abstract Background: The use of oral contrast in evaluating children by computed tomography (CT) following blunt trauma is controversial.
The aim of this study was to evaluate retrospectively the u role of ultrasonography and computed tomography in evaluation of blunt abdominal trauma *r. parthasarathi a, m m, **dr. kishor v h *department of radiodiagnosis, rajarajeswari medical college and hospital, mysore road, bangalore, karnataka, india **department of radiodiagnosis, narayana medical college, chintaeddy palem, nellore, Computed tomography (CT) is the most rapidly evolving medical imaging technology.
This book describes current examination techniques and advanced clinical applications of CHAPTER 21 THE USE OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN INITIAL TRAUMA EVALUATION.
Ola Sjoholm, Steven Ross. In the s, computed axial tomography (CT) revolutionized the evaluation and management of brain injury. Since then, advances in technology leading to increased speed and resolution have similarly changed the assessment of other injuries Computed tomography (CT) was used in the evaluation of patients suffering abdominal trauma.
The type of trauma was blunt in 78 patients, penetrating in eight, and iatrogenic in Forty per cent of cases had normal CT scans, while 60% showed substantial abdominal or retroperitoneal :// Citation: Deepak Y, Amit J, Sadhan M, Shashank T, Ravish M, et al., Role of Computed Tomography in The Evaluation of Patients with Maxillofacial Trauma.
Mod App Dent Oral Health 4(1)- DOI: /MADOHC Volume 4 ssue 1Mod App Dent Oral ://. Two hundred sixty-six of consecutive blunt trauma patients underwent emergency computed tomographic (CT) scanning during evaluation at a level I trauma center. The purpose of this study was to develop guidelines for use of CT scanning in the initial evaluation of blunt trauma ://Comparison of X-Ray Imaging and Computed Tomography Scan in the Evaluation of Knee Trauma.
Medicina55(10), ; You may refer to a statistical book that has mentioned such thresholds [, ]. The authors compared the XR and CT imaging in knee trauma and demonstrated that XR imaging has a low sensitivity in identifying knee If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password