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Aortic Dissection

Aortic Dissection Radiology

Quiz True v/s False Lumen of Aortic Dissection Intimal defect – blood enters media of aortic wall – “dissects” the aortic wall longitudinally. Two lumens separated by dissection flap: True lumen and False lumen – formed because of the dissection flap. True Lumen False Lumen Size Usually smaller (compressed by false lumen) Usually larger due …

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List of Radiology Journals Accepting Case Reports

A list of Radiology Journals Accepting Case Reports

Journals without processing charges Journal name Impact Factor New England Journal Of Medicine 91.245 Ultraschall In Der Medizin (European Journal in Ultrasound) 6.548 Rofo-Fortschritte Auf Dem Gebiet Der Rontgenstrahlen Und Der Bildgebenden Verfahren (Advances in X-ray and Imaging Technology) Polish Journal of Radiology(Only exceptional Case Reports) Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine (Not indexed …

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The Potential Spaces-Mapping the Peritoneal Cavity

The peritoneum is a thin serous membrane that lines the abdominal wall (the parietal peritoneum), and also covers the organs (visceral peritoneum). A thin film of fluid (about 50 to 100 mL) separates these two layers of the peritoneum from each other.  Peritoneal ligaments are double layers or folds of the peritoneum that support structures within …

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Schatzker Classification of Tibial Plateau Fractures

Schatzker classification of tibial plateau fractures

Introduction The Schatzker classification system for tibial plateau fractures helps orthopedic surgeons to assess the initial injury, plan management, and predict prognosis. It was initially described on radiographs but CT and MRI are more accurate. There are six fracture types in increasing order of severity and worse prognosis. Schatzker Classification of tibial plateau fractures Type …

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Coronavirus – What Radiologists Need to Know About the COVID-19 Pandemic!

Coronavirus radiology CT imaging features

TL;DR Please remember this important caveat though: Typical Imaging features of for pulmonary involvement of COVID-19 Obligatory features: Ground-glass opacities, with or without consolidations, in lung regions close to visceral pleural surfaces, including the fissures (subpleural sparing is allowed) AND Multifocal bilateral distribution Confirmatory patterns: Ground-glass regions Unsharp demarcation, (half) rounded shape. Sharp demarcation, outlining …

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Spotters set 40 – Radiology Artifacts

Radiology Artifacts

Radiology Artifacts are commonly asked in theory exams as a long question. Some viva examiners also like to ask questions about artifacts during practical exams. I am also posting relevant theory resources for various radiology artifacts. Most of the articles are available for free. You can request the ones that are not available or any other...

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