4 edition of Imaging of vertebral trauma found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Richard H. Daffner.|
|LC Classifications||RD533 .D24 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||96013335|
BOOK REVIEW Spinal Trauma: An Imaging Approach V.N. Cassar-Pullicino and H. Imhof, eds. New York: Thieme; , pages, 18 tables, illustrations, $ Moreover, advanced MRI techniques, such as diffusion and diffusion tensor imaging, have shifted the focus to determining structural and functional integrity of neural structures. Here, we review the role of imaging in spine trauma, as well as the key radiologic features Cited by: 1.
Imaging of thoracic spine Trauma 1. Thoracic Spine Trauma Sunil Jeph MBBS, MD 2. Biomechanics 3. Stabilizing anatomy of thoracolumbar spine 4. Mechanism of injury 5. Intervertebral disks in load bearing and force distribution during axial compression. 6. Cervical Spine – Trauma Following an episode of significant trauma, the supporting structures of the cervical spine often require definitive imaging. CT reliably excludes most fractures, however suffers from the inability to evaluate many acute types of disc injury, as well as any neurological injury.
Spinal trauma IMAGING 1. Spinal trauma Dr. M Sanal kumar Radiology resident 2. Spinal fractures and spinal cord injuries result mostly from automobile accidents and sports activities. Approximately 20% of spinal fractures are associated with fractures elsewhere. Spinal cord injuries occur in 10–14% of spinal fractures and dislocations. Neurological damage is seen in approx. 40% of cases . Imaging in Spine Surgery tailors the highly regarded Diagnostic Imaging series templates with radiology images and color graphics to the needs of neurosurgeons, orthopedic spine surgeons, pain management and rehab (PM&R) physicians, and anesthesiologists. It provides clinical information for diagnosis and appropriate care for the patient, resulting in the perfect comprehensive text for spine.
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Every chapter has been extensively revised and the illustrations represent state-of-the-art imaging. A completely new chapter on pediatric injuries has been added. Imaging of Vertebral Trauma, third edition, is an invaluable and essential tool in the assessment of Brand: Cambridge University Press.
Genre/Form: Atlases, Pictorial Scientific atlases Atlas Atlases: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Daffner, Richard H., Imaging of vertebral trauma. Imaging of Vertebral Trauma, third edition, is an invaluable tool for the assessment of Each chapter contains a detailed discussion of individual injuries or modalities, accompanied by numerous state-of.
This new edition of the classic landmark text for vertebral trauma imaging provides an in-depth discussion on the indications and methods of imaging the spine based on currently available clinical evidence. Every chapter has been extensively revised and the illustrations represent state-of-the-art imaging.
V.N. Cassar-Pullicino and H. Imhof, eds. New York: Thieme;pages, 18 tables, illustrations, $ With the improved visualization of the injured spine with multidetector CT and the emerging strategies in MR imaging for determining neural tissue damage, more and more attention is.
Issues such as high radiation dose associated with Price: $ In a normal and properly obtained radiograph, the end-plates are horizontal and there is similarity in vertebral shape and size among contiguous levels [Figure 2].Any loss of height more than 20% of vertebra, presence of end-plate deformities and altered appearance of the vertebra should be considered as a fracture and further assessed. Various visual qualitative as well as quantitative.
This highly illustrated resource chronicles the rapid developments in imaging technology and expertise over the past decades that have transformed the medical management of vertebral injury, including thoracolumbar trauma classification.
Delayed recognition of an injury or improper stabilization of the spine can lead to irreversible spinal cord injury and permanent neurological damage. This highly illustrated resource chronicles the rapid developments in imaging technology and expertise over the past decades that have transformed the medical management of vertebral injury, including thoracolumbar trauma classification.
With. Trauma in the elderly ; Vertebral collapse, benign and malignant ; Spinal trauma therapy ; Vertebral fractures and osteoporosis ; Neuropathic spine; All throughout the book, the focus is on understanding the injury, and its implications and complications, through "an imaging approach.".
Written by recognized experts, this volume is a comprehensive reference on the use of advanced imaging techniques in the diagnosis and management of spinal trauma.
In one cohesive source, the book brings together information on state-of-the-art clinical imaging—including multidetector CT and high-field MRI techniques—and the pathophysiology, neurologic evaluation, medical management.
Rumboldt Z. Clinical Imaging of Spinal Trauma: A Case-Based Approach. Cambridge Medicine ; pp; $ This short, case-based soft-covered book, “Clinical Imaging of Spinal Trauma” edited by Zoran Rumboldt, MD, is a compilation of over 50 cases involving spinal n others contributed material to this book; each case features imaging, imaging.
Trauma in the elderly ; Vertebral collapse, benign and malignant ; Spinal trauma therapy ; Vertebral fractures and osteoporosis ; Neuropathic spine; All throughout the book, the focus is on understanding the injury, and its implications and complications, through an imaging : Formato Kindle.
Considerations of the book in general: According to the preface of the first edition, the book was originally intended as a guide for radiologists to aid in the interpretation of imaging in patients with suspected vertebral trauma.
The third edition has been expanded to include indications, current controversies, and clinical decision : Robert R. Burge, James R. Mlejnek. Imaging technology is an important part of the diagnosis and management of spinal trauma. Indications and findings in post-traumatic imaging of the vertebral column and spinal cord are extensive literature review was performed on the imaging Cited by: Imaging of Spine Trauma.
-based screening criteria and CTA in detection of blunt vertebral artery injury (BVAI) in trauma patients with C1 and/or C2 fractures.
An approach to imaging of. Imaging of vertebral trauma, 3d ed. Daffner, Richard H. Cambridge U. Press pages $ Hardcover RD For practicing radiologists, Daffner (radiological sciences, Drexel U.), who is joined by additional radiologists for a few chapters, discusses the indications and methods for imaging of vertebral trauma based on currently available clinical evidence, with revised.
In the Name of Love and Family This book could not have been completed without the continuing support of my wife, Isabelle, who, as a radiologist herself, not only understood my end- vours to complete this work, but who was also my most loyal supporter.
As the mother of our three daughters, Alexia, Olivia and Félicia, she is also the corn- stone of our wonderful family and I wish to dedicate Reviews: 1.Imaging of vertebral trauma. Rockville, Md: Aspen Publishers. MLA Citation. Daffner, Richard H.
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