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Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
Skeletal trauma radiological approach.
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Skeletal trauma radiological approach.

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this lecture is for A&E physicians ,orthopaedic residents and GPs,to outline a radiological approach to trauma of appendicular skeleton.

this lecture is for A&E physicians ,orthopaedic residents and GPs,to outline a radiological approach to trauma of appendicular skeleton.

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  • 1. Skeletal System-Diagnosing trauma.lesions Dr/Ahmed Bahnassy Consultant radiologist MBCHB-MD-FRCR
  • 2. Look For -1corticaldiscontinuity :Patterns offractures
  • 3. Look for distortion-2:Epiphyseal injuries
  • 4. Look for displacement-3Shoulder Dislocation  Normal Pre and post reduction
  • 5. Look for Displaced lines-4-supracondylar fracture
  • 6. Look for displaced fat pads-5-Sail sign
  • 7. 6-Look for other injuries :1 -Monteggia fracture
  • 8. Galeazzi fracture-2
  • 9. Look for complications=-7Scaphoid fracture causingperilunate dislocation
  • 10. Look for disturbed angles-8=Bohler angle in calcanealfracture
  • 11. Look for bony alignment= Lis-9franc dislocation
  • 12. Look for normal variants-10=Jones fracture Vs ossificationcenter
  • 13. Look for bone Trabeculae-11=Impacted fracture femoral neck
  • 14. Look for integrity of blood-12supply
  • 15. Look for possible visceral-13injuries = Malgaigne fracture
  • 16. Thank You

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