By Eisenberg R., Margulis A.
Clinical imaging now performs an immense position in prognosis, number of treatment, and follow-up. in spite of the fact that, sufferers are frequently intimidated by way of the a number of imaging modalities to be had, the indicators for his or her use, the enforcing apparatus, what the examinations are like and the way lengthy they final, and the benefits and drawbacks of varied tactics. This ebook is designed to supply causes for those and different matters which will relieve a few of the anxiousness with regards to clinical imaging reports.
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The patient is given several additional cups of barium to ﬁll the entire small bowel. However, the length and location of the small intestine lead to overlapping of bowel loops that often produces a confusing picture. A more sensitive test, but one that is more invasive and uncomfortable, is enteroclysis. A Greek word that literally means “washing out of the intestine,” enteroclysis is a dedicated study that focuses only on the small bowel. In this double-contrast procedure, a tube introduced through the nose is positioned in the small bowel.
2-4) • Arthritis (Fig. 2-5) • Infection of a bone (osteomyelitis) or joint (septic joint) • Scoliosis (abnormal curvature of the spine) • Bone tumor • Follow-up of fracture healing or joint replacement surgery Your physician may order an abdominal radiograph if your clinical symptoms suggest such conditions as: • Intestinal obstruction (Fig. 2-6) • Bowel perforation (Fig. , swallowed coins, bullet fragments) 2 CONVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY 27 Figure 2-5. Osteoarthritis. Narrowing of all the interphalangeal joints with hypertrophic spurring indicates severe degenerative disease.
Like photography, radiography may use visible light, as emitted from ﬂuorescent screens, or it may use invisible light that differs from visible light only in wavelength. Initially, radiography used photographic emulsions as recording media, ﬁrst on glass plates and then on acetate-based ﬁlm. Today plain radiographic images are viewed on computer monitors. Why Am I Having this Test? The three major types of plain radiographic examinations are those of the chest, bones, and abdomen. Your physician may order a chest radiograph if your clinical symptoms suggest such conditions as: • • • • • • Pneumonia (Fig.
A patient's guide to medical imaging by Eisenberg R., Margulis A.