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- Covers the conditions most commonly encountered on an emergency basis or as the result
- Reviews the knowledge of normal anatomy and normal anatomical variations essential to interpreting radiographs accurately.
- Discusses effective methods for analyzing the diagnostic quality of x-rays and interpreting
- Addresses the many pitfalls and the enormous potential for error in technique and diagnosis.
- Use real-life cases of ‘memorable' patients to illustrate relevant historical facts and insights.
The plain skull X-ray in trauma
The thoracic spine
The lumbar spine
The shoulder girdle
The upper limb
Upper airway obstruction
The chest X-ray
The lower limb
Foreign bodies and penetrating injuries