A 21yo female is brought in by ambulance. She was the driver of a vehicle involved in a head on crash at 70kph.
A 48-year-old female presents with 3 days of right lower abdominal pain and fever with a background of previous recurrent pelvic inflammatory disease.
A 50yo normally well man presents with 36 hours of fevers and RLQ pain. He has localised tenderness in McBurney’s point with a pulse rate of 105bpm.
A 50 yo male is brought in by ambulance in a shocked state. He has a 3-day history of fevers, vomiting and right thigh pain on the background of morbid obesity, type II diabetes and hypertension.
A 40-year-old female, is brought into ED with an abrupt onset of reduced level of consciousness. She had been experiencing several days of headache prior to presentation.
23-year-old male self presents to emergency following a fall whilst intoxicated with alcohol. He sustained injuries to his head and face
A 35-year-old male presents after a workplace injury. He suffered a penetrating globe injury when a 7.5cm nail from a nail gun penetrated his right eye.
35 yo female presents with left eye proptosis, left eyelid swelling and a divergent strabismus. A CT brain is performed.
Abdominal CT reporting: The basis of both image review and reporting is that of a search pattern.
Abdominal CT: The bones are often one of the last items on the reporting checklist for abdominal CT, but they still deserve our careful attention.
Abdominal CT: body wall. Evaluating the body wall - Musculature, Subcutaneous fat and skin
Abdominal CT. Evaluating for abnormal or enlarged lymph nodes is an essential part of any abdominal CT, particularly when staging cancer.