By Hugue Ouellette, Patrice Tetreault
Evaluation designed to coach the clinically very important elements of radiology. features a dialogue of radiographic examinations interpreted by means of clinical scholars and interns, intravenous pyelogram, and computed tomography. every one bankruptcy is subdivided into Radiography Anatomy, strategy and particular challenge sections. Softcover.
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5-9: Facet dislocations: A. Subluxed facets. B. Perched facets. C. Locked facets. D. Lateral radiograph showing anterior displacement (black arrow) of C4 over C5. The facets at this level are subluxed (white arrow). E. Lateral radiograph showing anterior displacement (black arrow) of C4 over C5. One facet pair is perched (white arrow) while the other is l ocked (white arrow head) . 5-9 (continued) B. Fractures 1. Unstable a. Flexion Teardrop This fracture is secondary to a flexion injury. It is extremely unstable and severe, and therefore should not be confused with the more benign extension teardrop fracture.
4-6A, 4-6B, 4-6C, 4-6D). I . Delayed nephrogram and delayed contrast excretion: The affected kidney and collecting system take longer to brighten (deeper breath, slow air flow). 2. Hyperdense nephrogram: The affected kidney becomes too white (red face). 3. 4-7) and hydroureter. Dilation of the collecting system (blown up cheeks) and dilatation of the ureter (dil ated straw) before the obstruction. Initial films may not show the site of obstruction since it takes longer to outline a blocked system with contrast.
Le Fort type 2: This fracture results in separation of the maxillary bone from the rest of the face and therefore gives rise to a floating maxilla. The fracture line goes through the maxillary sinuses, inferior and medial orbital rims, and the nose. 3. Nasal fracture Nasal fractures occur most frequently in the lower portion of the nasal bone and are often associated with nasal septum fractures. The fracture fragment is often displaced towards the nasal cavity. This injury is frequently the result of a mild to moderate frontal impact (punch on the nose).