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R and shoulder girdle including the proximal humerus scapula clavicle and thoracic cage We show examples of fractures and dislocations of the spine in Chapter 5 beginning with the craniocervical junction including the cervical thoracic and lumbar regions and ending with the sacrum Chapter 6 begins with injuries of the pelvic ring and includes injuries of the acetabulum hip joint and proximal femur In Chapter 7 we show injuries of the femoral shaft and knee Chapter 8 covers injuries of the lower leg and ankle In Chapter 9 we illustrate fractures and dislocations of the talus calcaneus midfoot and forefoot ending with the toes Chapter 10 is devoted to fractures and dislocations of the face References are placed at the end of the book There are 939 radiologic images presented in this atlas Most of images are drawn from cases seen at Harborview Medical Center Seattle WA the Level 1 Trauma Center that serves the states of Washington Wyoming Alaska Montana and Idaho Additional cases were drawn from the teaching collections of the University of Washingt.
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This is an atlas of fractures as demonstrated by x ray images radiographs and computed tomography It is intended for the use of anyone with an interest in fracturesThe 369 cases in this atlas are arranged anatomically In Chapter 1 we illustrate fractures and dislocations involving the hand beginning with injuries to the distal phalanges of the fingers continuing with injuries of the distal interphalangeal proximal interphalangeal and metacarpophalangeal joints and ending with injuries of the carpometacarpal joints In Chapter 2 we consider fractures and dislocations of the wrist including fractures and dislocations of the individual carpal bones and combinations of carpal bones perilunate injuries radiocarpal injuries distal radius injuries and isolated distal radioulnar joint injuries Chapter 3 begins with forearm injuries including Galeazzi Monteggia and Essex Lopresti fracture dislocations continues with elbow fractures and dislocations and ends with humeral shaft fractures In Chapter 4 we illustrate fractures and dislocations about the shoulde.
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On and from the teaching collections of the authors A few images have been previously published and are used with permission Table of ContentsChapter 1 HandChapter 2 WristChapter 3 Forearm Elbow and Upper ArmChapter 4 Shoulder and ThoraxChapter 5 SpineChapter 6 Pelvis and HipChapter 7 Thigh and KneeChapter 8 Lower Leg and AnkleChapter 9 FootChapter 10 FaceReferencesAbout the AuthorsFelix S Chew MDProfessor of Radiology Vice Chair for Radiology Informatics Section Head of Musculoskeletal Radiology University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center Seattle WACatherine Maldjian MDAlbert Einstein College of Medicine Chief Musculoskeletal Radiology Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center New York NYHyojeong Mulcahy MD Assistant Professor Musculoskeletal Radiology Director of Resident Education in Musculoskeletal Radiology University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center Seattle WAChristin M Brown MD Lieutenant Commander US Navy Senior Fellow and Acting Instructor Musculoskeletal Radiology University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center Seattle.