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Soon, I will start preparing for CK,
I heard there are a lot of images in the exam like XR CT MRI, U/s hysterescopy
So I want a source for all of these, I prefer it to be a book, and to be short like less than 200 pages or 300
So what is a good source?
if a pateint is hemodynamically unstable , can we use CT scan for emergent evaluation for blunt abdominal trauma or chest or head trauma,
and if we use bedside US , which one to do first , CT or US????
This is confusing me, UWorld ID 3221 where pt has gunshot wound, why did they do FAST? I thought penetrating wounds to abdomen area is straight to surgery not wasting time doing imagning (UWorld Id 3420 states not waste time "Exploratory laparotomy should not be delayed for imaging in...
What is in the differential for Non-enhancing CT scans?
From what I could gather from other forums and elsewhere,
Basically anything with a "leak"? I can understand how tumors and infections would disrupt the vasculature and cause them to leak. Does that...
What is the best test to confirm the diagnosis of brain tumors in children (especially posterior fossa tumors)?
KLN Peds p271 mentions "Head CT scan best initial test for all"
Qbook (Test 3, Q3) mentions the following regarding CT "CT of the head would be a good first test in most...
A 62-year-old woman is transferred to the medical service with an appendiceal mass serendipitously picked up at the edge of an x-ray taken of a broken femur in the emergency department.
Otherwise, the patient has no significant past medical history and no current symptoms.
Which of the following...
A 38-year-old man is being seen in his physician’s office after being involved in a car accident. He has a vague pain along his right sternal border, where he crashed into the steering wheel. His temperature is 36.6°C (97.8°F), pulse is 80/min, blood pressure is 123/75 mm Hg, respiratory rate is...
can anyone please explain when to use ERCP and CT scan in abdominal pathologies and which one to use first? (e.g. pancreatitis/GB stones/pancreatic tumors)... i always confuse these two.... thanks a lot
Found this useful so thought I'd share --->
What does "ground glass" mean?
• Focal or diffuse opacification of the lung
• Does not obscure vascular structures
• No air bronchograms
• Sort of like a "veil" across the lung parenchyma
What acute disease states create "ground glass" appearance on...