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WORLD EMERGENCY MEDICINE SOCIETIES & RELATED

EMERGENCY MEDICINE DAY: May 27

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domingo, 11 de enero de 2015

Fracturas y lujaciones ocultas

Emergency Medicine Cases
"Dr. Arun Sayal and Dr. Natalie Mamen discuss the key diagnostic considerations in commonly missed occult fractures and dislocations. They review the indications and controversies for the use of Bone Scan, CT and MRI in occult fractures and dislocations and give you some great clinical pearls to use on your next shift.
Missed occult fractures and dislocations, in general, may result in significant morbidity for the patient and law suites for you. 
Six cases are presented in this episode, ranging from common scaphoid fractures to rarer dislocations. 
Dr. Sayal & Dr. Mamen answer questions such as: 
  • Which fractures can mimic ankle sprains and how do you avoid missing them? 
  • What are the most reliable signs of scaphoid fracture? 
  • In which occult orthopaedic injuries should we anticipate limb threatening ischemia? 
  • Which is better to diagnose occult fractures – MRI or CT? 
  • Which calcaneus fractures require surgery and which ones can be managed conservatively? and many more……"
http://emergencymedicinecases.com/episode-1-occult-fractures-dislocations/