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Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma: Interpretation and Reporting

ISBN: 978-1-118-15881-4
392 pages
December 2012, Wiley-Blackwell
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Offers a well-designed approach to imaging musculoskeletal trauma

Medical imaging plays an important role in identifying fractures and helping the patient return to regular activities as soon as possible. But in order to identify the fracture, and describe all the relevant associated injuries, the radiologist first needs to understand normal anatomy and the mechanisms of fractures. Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma reviews common fracture and dislocation mechanisms and provides up-to-date guidelines on the use and interpretation of imaging tests.

Designed for use by professionals in radiology, orthopedics, emergency medicine, and sports medicine, this book offers a concise, systematic approach to imaging musculoskeletal trauma. Replete with easily accessible information, including well-designed tables and lists, the book features radiology report checklists for each anatomic site, numerous radiographs and CT and MRI images, simple illustrations for common fracture classification schemes, examples of common and serious injuries in the musculoskeletal system, and a chapter devoted to fracture complications—including complications relating to the use of hardware in treating injuries.

This well-designed guide teaches professional and student users to:

  • Identify normal anatomy relevant to interpretation in musculoskeletal studies
  • Describe common fracture and dislocation mechanisms
  • Describe fractures using appropriate terminology
  • Recommend appropriate imaging studies for various clinical situations
  • Use a systematic approach to interpret imaging studies
  • Provide a clear and relevant radiology report
  • Recognize complications associated with fractures and fracture treatment

Complete with on-call issues, common traumas, and specially highlighted "do-not-miss" fractures, this is an invaluable resource for everyone involved with the imaging of musculoskeletal trauma.

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Preface vi

List of Contributors vii

1 Essential Concepts in Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma 1
Andrea Donovan

2 Pediatric Musculoskeletal Trauma 31
Elka Miller, Jorge Davila, Carmen Rotaru and Khaldoun Koujok

3 Spine 61
Chris Heyn and Rafael Glikstein

4 Shoulder and Proximal Humerus 109
Andrea Donovan

5 Elbow and Forearm 141
Philip Hodnett and Andrea Donovan

6 Wrist and Hand 171
Deep Chatha

7 Pelvis and Proximal Femur 211
Emad Almusa, Stamatis N Kantartzis and Joshua Leeman

8 Knee and Proximal Tibia and Fibula 253
Andrew Lischuk, Edward Smitaman, Kristen Menn and Andrew Haims

9 Foot and Ankle 289
Adnan Sheikh

10 Fracture Complications 341
Marcos Loreto Sampaio

Index 379

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“In summary, Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma Interpretation and Reporting is a very well-written textbook with comprehensive evaluation of fractures and fracture-dislocations of the axial and appendicular skeleton, with minor limitations. This book can be recommended as a useful guideline in radiologic evaluation and interpretation of musculoskeletal trauma cases for radiology trainees, practicing radiologists, and other clinicians with an interest in musculoskeletal trauma.”  (Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 25 February 2014)

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December 06, 2012
Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma: Interpretation and Reporting

Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma: A Handbook for the Clinic, published by Wiley, offers a well-designed approach to imaging musculoskeletal trauma. Residents and fellows in radiology, emergency medicine, and orthopedic surgery, as well as practicing radiologists, emergency room physicians, sports medicine physicians, and orthopedic surgeons will appreciate this book's careful but concise review of common fracture mechanisms, examples of fractures using current imaging technology, and up-to-date guidelines on the use of imaging tests.

The scope of material includes normal anatomy, appropriateness criteria for imaging studies, mechanisms for fractures, and fracture description at each anatomic site. In addition, imaging techniques and special views are described as applicable to the trauma patient. It is essential for radiologists, orthopedic surgeons, and emergency room physicians to understand how the images are obtained and which views or imaging planes are best for various anatomic sites. 

Complete with on-call issues, common traumas, and specially highlighted "do-not-miss" fractures, this is an invaluable resource for everyone involved with the imaging of musculoskeletal trauma.

Contents

1) Essential Concepts in Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma
 2) Pediatric Musculoskeletal Trauma
 3) Spine
 4) Shoulder and Proximal Humerus
 5) Elbow and Forearm
 6) Wrist and Hand
 7) Pelvis and Proximal Femur
 8) Knee and Proximal Tibia and Fibula
 9) Foot and Ankle
 10) Fracture Complications

To speak to the editors or for a review copy of Imaging Musculoskeletal Trauma: Interpretation and Reporting please contact:  Michelle Martella at Wiley
Tel: +1 201-748-6145/email: mmartella@wiley.com

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