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By Mariano Scaglione, Ulrich Linsenmaier, Gerd Schueller, Ferco Berger, Stefan Wirth

This publication presents an up to date, systematic overview of all features of emergency radiology in sufferers with chest trauma or discomfort with the purpose of equipping the reader with a close wisdom of some of the radiological styles, that is crucial in an effort to make a urged prognosis lower than conditions whilst time is of serious significance. To this finish, the symptoms, worth, and result of a few of the emergency imaging modalities, together with sonography and interventional radiology, are defined and illustrated within the complete diversity of blunt chest accidents and nontraumatic chest emergencies. Technological elements, protocols adapted to the mechanism of damage, and post-processing suggestions also are largely coated. Emergency Radiology of the Chest and Cardiovascular process will be of worth to common and interventional radiologists, radiology citizens, radiology technicians, and all physicians and surgeons who paintings in emergency care.

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Shalhub et al. found endovascular therapy in case of blunt traumatic injuries to the thoracic outlet arteries to be superior to open repair in terms of operation time (149 min vs. 03), blood loss (50 ml vs. 03) and morbidity (not statistically significant) (Shalhub et al. 2011). S. Wirth and S.

Thus, the significance of MRI in the emergency workup of severely injured trauma patients is very questionable. Nevertheless, it can be used as a problemsolving tool in case of suspected heart, pericardial and spinal injuries/acute neurologic deficit or other situations especially in pregnant women and paediatric patients (Chung et al. 2014). For the decision for or against MRI in an emergency situation, it may be helpful to think about the following aspects: 1. g. radiation exposure to paediatric patients)?

G. radiation exposure to paediatric patients)? 2. Would the expected findings lead to alternation of patient management? 3. g. refixation of damaged articular cartilage)? to save time (Wirth 2016, pp. 54–55). g. due to pain) and thus have to be highly compliant in addition to the aspects above to make an MRI feasible. 1 Epidemiology of Soft Tissue Contusion and Subcutaneous Emphysema Blunt chest trauma may result in soft tissue injuries, such as muscle tears, haematoma, cutaneous abrasions, burns, ecchymosis or lacerations (Schnyder and Wintermark 2000, p.

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