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New PDF release: A Patient's Guide to Medical Imaging

By Ronald Eisenberg JD MD FACR, Alexander Margulis MD

ISBN-10: 0199729913

ISBN-13: 9780199729913

Clinical imaging now performs a massive position in analysis, selection of remedy, and follow-up. in spite of the fact that, sufferers are usually intimidated via the a number of imaging modalities to be had, the indicators for his or her use, the implementing apparatus, what the examinations are like and the way lengthy they final, and the benefits and downsides of assorted systems. This ebook is designed to supply factors for those and different concerns which will relieve many of the nervousness regarding clinical imaging reviews.

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The two worrisome aspects for the future of the legislation are: 1. With the polarization of Congress and with two forthcoming elections until 2014, much of this legislation may be amended or even repealed, as was the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988. 2. Much of the implementation of the legislation depends on the states, some of which are ill prepared to execute it, even if they are willing to cooperate. Many states, particularly in the Deep South, are unwilling to put the programs into effect.

Emphysema. Lateral view demonstrates severe overexpansion of the lungs with flattening of the diaphragm. There is also increased size and darkness of the air space behind the sternum and the appearance of a “barrel” chest. Figure 2-3. Pneumothorax. The right hemithorax is filled with free air and there are no markings within the right lung, which is completely collapsed (arrows). 26 A PATIENT’S GUIDE TO MEDICAL IMAGING Figure 2-4. Fracture. Frontal view of the ankle shows an oblique fracture of the fibula (arrow).

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