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Emergencies in Clinical Radiology (Emergencies in)

Editat de Richard Graham, Ferdia Gallagher
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This essential handbook provides indispensable guidance for all those seeking or reporting investigations in radiology which arises in an emergency setting. It summarises the major problems faced on-call and provides advice on the most suitable radiological tests to request as well as suggesting an appropriate timescale for imaging. From a radiologist's perspective, it lists in concise format the protocol for each test and outlines the expected findings. Emergency radiology is a crucial component of emergency care as a whole. It is rare for a patient to undergo emergency surgery or treatment without prior imaging. Radiology is the new gate-keeper in clinical practice with an emergency CT scan of the head being performed in most UK hospitals every day. Radiology can confirm a diagnosis, sending a patient down a pathway of established therapy; confirm normality, leading to patient discharge; detect an unsuspected abnormality, suggesting analternative action altogether; or be non-contributory. This concise, portable handbook supports emergency-setting radiology and helps the reader in this vital field.
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ISBN-13: 9780199238439
ISBN-10: 019923843X
Pagini: 432
Ilustrații: Numerous radiological photos and line drawings
Dimensiuni: 132 x 195 x 9 mm
Greutate: 0.23 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Seria Emergencies in

Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom


This will be a useful resource for...radiologists on call or radiology residents as a quick reference tool for management and interpretation of studies in the emergency setting

Notă biografică

Dr Ferdia Gallagher trained in medicine at both the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford. After working as a junior doctor in Oxford and Newcastle, he returned to Cambridge in 2002 to train as a Specialist Registrar in Clinical Radiology. In 2005 he was awarded a Cancer Research UK and Royal College of Radiologists Clinical Research Training Fellowship to study for a PhD at Cambridge University. This current work is focused on developing new molecular imaging markersfor the detection of cancer as well as methods to assess early response of tumours to treatment with chemotherapy. He also holds the position of Honorary Specialist Registrar at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.