Emergency Radiology. Emergency Department. clinical. Radiology. Labaratory. Patient presenting either:. Trauma. Acute diseases. At Trauma setting . Clinical. Skull base fracture . TensionPneumothorax . Flail chest . Hematuria.
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Tenderness at Mecburnys point
Clinical Murphys sign
Unequal pulse in aortic dissection
Crepitations in congestive heart failure
In Trauma setting
1-CBC ,HB& blood typing.
3-urine analysis (microhematuria)
4-Renal Functions (creatinine).
4-Liver enzymes(elevated in liver injury).
6-Pancreatic Amylase (elevated in pancreatic injury).
1-CBC(total leucocytic count).
3-urine analysis(cyrstals,microhematuria&pus cells).
7-ECG & Cardiac enzymes in chest pain.
Abdominal Xray (Erect,supine&lateral decubitus)
At The Acute setting
CT brain in Hge or infarction or tumors
CT orbit in ophalmitis
CT CHEST (e.g. dissection)
Fall from height
Gun shot injury
High Velocity Projectiles
(so it’s more dangerous)