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sábado, 24 de febrero de 2018

Emergency Radiology

emDocs - February 23, 2018 - By Anton Helman
..."So, with the help of ‘the walking encyclopedia of EM’ Dr. Walter Himmel and North York General’s Deputy Chief of Radiology Dr. Ryan Margau, we’ll discuss a few emergency radiology controversies, pearls and pitfalls: Which patients with chest pain suspected of ACS require a CXR? What CXR findings do ED docs tend to miss? How should we workup solitary pulmonary nodules found on CXR or CT? Is the abdominal x-ray dead or are there still indications for it’s use? Which x-ray views are preferred for detecting pneumoperitoneum? When should we consider ultrasound as a screening test instead of, or before, CT? What are the true indications for contrast in abdominal and head CT? How should we manage the patient who has had a previous CT contrast reaction or “allergy” who really needs a CT with contrast? What is the truth about CT radiation for shared decision making? And many more emergency radiology controversies…"