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Radiology for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
Cambridge University Press
9780521735636 - Radiology for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care - By Richard Hopkins, Carol Peden and Sanjay Gandhi
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Radiology for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care: Second edition


Radiology for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

Second Edition

Richard Hopkins, Carol Peden and Sanjay Gandhi


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© Cambridge University Press 2010

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First edition © Greenwich Medical Media 2003
This edition published 2010

Printed in the United Kingdom at the University Press, Cambridge

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Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data

Hopkins, Richard, 1967–
Radiology for anaesthesia and intensive care / Richard Hopkins,
Carol Peden, and Sanjay Gandhi.
  p. ; cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 978-0-521-73563-6 (pbk.)
1. Radiology, Medical. 2. Anesthesia. 3. Critical care medicine.
I. Peden, Carol. II. Gandhi, Sanjay. III. Title.
[DNLM: 1. Anesthesia. 2. Radiology – methods. 3. Intensive
Care. WO 200 H795r 2010]
RC78.H657 2010
616.07′54 – dc22 2009020681

ISBN 978-0-521-73563-6 Paperback

Every effort has been made in preparing this publication to provide accurate and up-to-date information which is in accord with accepted standards and practice at the time of publication. Although case histories are drawn from actual cases, every effort has been made to disguise the identities of the individuals involved. Nevertheless, the authors, editors and publishers can make no warranties that the information contained herein is totally free from error, not least because clinical standards are constantly changing through research and regulation. The authors, editors and publishers therefore disclaim all liability for direct or consequential damages resulting from the use of material contained in this publication. Readers are strongly advised to pay careful attention to information provided by the manufacturer of any drugs or equipment that they plan to use.


To my parents, loving wife Ila and inspirational children Sanchit and Sahaj.

Sanjay Gandhi

To Martin for his continuing support.

Carol Peden

To my loving family – Carol, Rhys and Rheanna and my parents.

Richard Hopkins


Contents

Contributors
ix
Acknowledgements
xi
Introduction
xiii
About the FRCA examination
xv
The pre-operative assessment
xix
1.      Imaging the chest
1
How to read a chest X-ray
2
2.      Imaging the abdomen
59
Plain abdominal X-rays
60
Case illustrations: plain films and CT
62
3.      Trauma radiology
96
Chest trauma: case illustrations
97
Blunt abdominal and pelvic trauma: case illustrations
104
4.      The cervical spine
129
Introduction: clearing the cervical spine
130
Non-traumatic conditions affecting the cervical spine
142
Trauma of the cervical spine
155
5.      CT head
172
Principles of CT image formation and interpretation
173
Principles of interpreting CT head
176
Case illustrations
177
6.      Anaesthesia in the radiology department. MRI and interventional radiology
209
Anaesthesia in the radiology department
210
MRI: principles of image formation
212
MRI: anaesthetic monitoring
216
MRI: case illustrations
223
Interventional procedures: case illustrations
233
7.      Ultrasound
250
Introduction
251
Ultrasound imaging: principles of image formation
251
Applications of ultrasound for patients on intensive care units
255
Ultrasound guided procedures
259
Ultrasound guided procedures: needle visualisation
259
Ultrasound imaging: case illustrations
271
Echocardiography for patients on intensive care units R. Orme and C. McKinstry
279
Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia Julie Lewis and Barry Nicholls
287
Index
305

Contributors

Marcus Bradley

Consultant Neuroradiologist
Frenchay Hospital
Bristol
UK

Lai Peng Chan

Vancouver General Hospital
British Columbia
Canada

Chris Cook

Consultant Radiologist
Department of Radiology
Weston General Hospital
Weston-super-Mare
UK

Danial Fox

Consultant Radiologist
Radiology Department
Musgrove Park Hospital
Taunton
UK

Sanjay Gandhi

Consultant Radiologist
Department of Clinical Radiology
Frenchay Hospital
Bristol
UK

Richard Gee

Vancouver General Hospital
British Columbia
Canada

Richard Hopkins

Consultant Radiologist
Department of Radiology
Cheltenham General Hospital
Cheltenham
UK

Lyn Jones

Consultant Radiologist
Department of Clinical Radiology
Frenchay Hospital
Bristol
UK

Cieran Keogh

Vancouver General Hospital
British Columbia
Canada

Julie Lewis

Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
Derriford Hospital
Plymouth
UK

Caleb McKinstry

Consultant Anaesthetist
Department of Anaesthesia
Cheltenham General Hospital
Cheltenham
UK

Peter Munk

Vancouver General Hospital
British Columbia
Canada

Barry Nicholls

Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Management
Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
Musgrove Park Hospital
Taunton
Somerset
UK

Savvas Nicolaou

Vancouver General Hospital
British Columbia
Canada

Robert Orme

Consultant Anaesthetist
Department of Anaesthesia
Cheltenham General Hospital
Cheltenham
UK

Carol Peden

Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine
Royal United Hospital
Bath
UK

James K. Ralph

Consultant Anaesthetist
University Department of Anaesthesia
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Birmingham
UK

J. Mark Regi

Specialist Registrar in Radiology
Bristol Training Scheme
Bristol
UK

Julie Searle

Consultant Radiologist
Department of Radiology
Cheltenham General Hospital
Cheltenham
UK

Ian Taylor

Consultant Anaesthetist
Department of Anaesthesia
Queen Alexandra Hospital
Portsmouth
UK





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