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    Nigel Raby, Laurence Berman, Simon Morley, Gerald de Lacey.
    Summary: Since it was first published, Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide has become the classic in-my-pocket-reference and an indispensable aid to all those who work in the Emergency Department. The core and substantial value lies in the step-by-step analytical approaches which help you to answer this question: "These images look normal to me, but . . . how can I be sure that I am not missing a subtle but important abnormality?" Ensure accuracy in reading and interpretation of any given image. Common sources of error and diagnostic difficulty are highlighted. Prevent mistakes. Pitfalls and associated abnormalities are emphasized throughout. Avoid misdiagnoses. Normal anatomy is outlined alongside schemes for detecting variants of the norm. Each chapter concludes with a summary of key points. Will provide a useful overview of the most important features in diagnosis and interpretation.Easily grasp difficult anatomical concepts. Radiographs accompanied by clear, explanatory line-drawings.

    1. Key principles
    2. Particular paediatric points
    3. Paediatric skull-suspected NAI
    4. Adult skull
    5. Face
    6. Shoulder
    7. Paediatric elbow
    8. Adult elbow
    9. Wrist & distal forearm
    10. Hand & fingers
    11. Cervical spine
    12. Thoracic & lumbar spine
    13. Pelvis
    14. Hip & proximal femur
    15. Knee
    16. Ankle & hindfoot
    17. Midfoot & forefoot
    18. Chest
    19. Abdominal pain & abdominal trauma
    20. Penetrating foreign bodies
    21. Swallowed foreign bodies
    22. Test yourself
    Test Yourself-answers.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2015