Cross-sectional imaging plays an ever-increasing role in the management of the acutely ill patient. There is 24/7 demand for radiologists at all levels of training to interpret complex scans, and alongside this an increased expectation that the requesting physician should be able to recognise important cross-sectional anatomy and pathology in order to expedite patient management.
Emergency Cross-Sectional Radiology addresses both these expectations. Part I demystifies cross-sectional imaging techniques. Part II describes a wide range of emergency conditions in an easy-to-read bullet point format. High quality images reinforce the findings, making this an invaluable rapid reference in everyday clinical practice. Emergency Cross-Sectional Radiology is a practical aide-memoire for emergency medicine physicians, surgeons, acute care physicians and radiologists in everyday reporting or emergency on-call environments.
About the Author
Daniel Y. F. Chung is a Specialist Registrar in Clinical Radiology in the Oxford Deanery and a Clinical Radiology Academic Clinical Fellow at the Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School, Oxford.
Dipanjali Mondal is a Speciality Registrar in Radiology at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
Erskine J. Holmes is an Emergency Medicine Consultant at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough.
Rakesh Misra is a Consultant Radiologist at Wycombe Hospital, Buckinghamshire.