Direct Radiography

Direct Radiography

A guide for radiology staff for making the use of direct digital radiography more efficient.

A 12-year-old boy presents to the emergency department with acute pain in the medial aspect of his right elbow after pitching in a baseball game.

Pelvic radiographs not be as effective as CTs in diagnosing pelvic fractures or dislocations in children.

23-year-old male with a known undisclosed disease presents with left elbow pain.

Subclinical inflammation of non-swollen joints not seen on radiographs can be detected on MRI.

Knee and shoulder MRI before radiography adds to patient care costs.

Two more radiographic signs for gastric band slippage have been identified.


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