Today many radiographers are trained to report on trauma radiographs. Universities are also training student radiographers to comment on trauma radiographs. It is useful, in some cases essential, that whilst we review the trauma radiograph we also recognise and note any appropriate pathology. For instance a patient attends Accident and Emergency with pain in their knee for several weeks following trauma; the radiographs show no fracture but some signs of a malignant bony tumour, which on further investigation is an osteo sarcoma. As with the other books in the series, this book starts with several chapters by different authors followed by a series of 100 cases.Self-assessment in Musculoskeletal Pathology X-rays will appear to a variety of health professions and like others in the series, is intended to accompany a reporting course and to be used alongside further research and reading.Use ofIonising Radiation and its Application in Diagnostic Imaging. London: ICRP. Bradford, D.S. ... Diagnostic Radiology, 4th edition. London: Churchill Livingstone ... Fundamentals ofSkeletal Radiology, 2nd edition. London: W.B. Saunders.
|Title||:||Self Assessment in Musculoskeletal Pathology X-rays|
|Author||:||Karen Sakthivel Wainford|
|Publisher||:||M&K Update Ltd - 2011|