Diagnostic Imaging - Musculoskeletal Trauma by Donna G. Blankenbaker MD, Kirkland W. Davis MD

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. accomplished assurance of musculoskeletal trauma imaging retains you present with what’s new within the box. Succinct textual content, extraordinary illustrations, and updated content make this name essential reference for either normal radiologists and musculoskeletal imaging experts who want a unmarried, go-to scientific consultant during this quickly evolving area.

  • Concise, bulleted text
  • presents effective details on greater than 200 diagnoses which are in actual fact illustrated with 3,400 excellent photos

  • Expert seek advice book model incorporated with purchase
  • , which allows you to look all the textual content, figures, photos, and references from the publication on a number of units

  • Meticulously up to date all through,
  • with new literature, new pictures, improved ultrasound content material, and updates to pearls and pitfalls in each chapter

  • Expert guidance
  • on ischiofemoral impingement and femoral acetabular impingement (FAI), in addition to new information on activities drugs accidents and hip and pelvic imaging concepts and therapies

  • All-new chapters
  • on elbow posterior impingement, fracture therapeutic, and tibia-fibula shaft fractures

  • In-depth coverage
  • of aggravating situations help the surgeon’s preoperative and postoperative imaging standards

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85(1016):1173-85, 2012 Negoro K et al: Chronic expanding hematoma of the thigh. Joint Bone Spine. 79(2):192-4, 2012 Blankenbaker DG et al: Temporal changes of muscle injury. Semin Musculoskelet Radiol. 14(2):176-93, 2010 Kontogeorgakos VA et al: Extremity soft tissue sarcomas presented as hematomas. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 130(10):1209-14, 2010 McKenzie G et al: Pictorial review: Non-neoplastic soft-tissue masses. Br J Radiol. 82(981):775-85, 2009 Shelly MJ et al: MR imaging of muscle injury. Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am.

This is referred to as the focal periphyseal edema zone and is considered normal in this age group. (Right) Sagittal T2 FS MR in the same patient shows an abnormal pattern of bone marrow edema ſt within the medial epiphysis and metaphysis. (Courtesy T. ) 23 Introduction Child Abuse: Extremities KEY FACTS TERMINOLOGY • Nonaccidental trauma, trauma X, battered child syndrome, shaken baby syndrome IMAGING TOP DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSES • Lower extremity fracture in infant prior to walking age • Metaphyseal corner fracture ○ Most common in proximal humerus, distal femur, and proximal and distal tibia ○ Triangular bone fragment at edge of metaphysis close to growth plate • Bucket-handle fracture ○ Similar to corner fracture but involves more of metaphyseal circumference • Subperiosteal new bone formation ○ Appears 5-14 days after trauma • Finger/thumb fracture: Pinched/levered/twisted • Skeletal survey ○ Healing fractures of differing ages • Rickets • Leukemia • Osteogenesis imperfecta (Left) AP radiograph shows a metaphyseal corner fracture ﬈ of the proximal humerus in a small child.

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Barber I et al: The yield of high-detail radiographic skeletal surveys in suspected infant abuse. Pediatr Radiol. 45(1):69-80, 2015 Deutsch SA: A struggle for certainty--protecting the vulnerable. N Engl J Med. 372(6):506-7, 2015 Phillips KL et al: Radiographic skeletal survey for non-accidental injury: Systematic review and development of a national New Zealand protocol. J Med Imaging Radiat Oncol. 59(1):54-65, 2015 Flaherty EG et al: Evaluating children with fractures for child physical abuse.

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