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By B. G. Brogdon, Hermann Vogel, John D. McDowell

The result of aggression opposed to people will be hideously seen, yet can also be fullyyt hid from informal inspection. usually, in basic terms exploration of the hidden recesses of the brain through psychiatric overview, or radiologic exploration of the internal recesses of the physique can display the proof of such violence. This e-book makes a speciality of the latter.

A Radiologic Atlas of Abuse, Torture, Terrorism, and Inflicted Trauma combines the lifetime adventure of 2 extraordinary radiologists and a popular odontologist to supply an unparalleled selection of radiographs depicting the result of violence at the human body.

Victims of aggression variety from the tiniest child to complete populations. confidently you are going to by no means come upon each scenario coated during this booklet. besides the fact that, if you stumble upon any, you will have A Radiologic Atlas of Abuse, Torture, Terrorism, and Inflicted Trauma close by.

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11 Disc-like or elliptical appearance of metaphyseal fracture (arrows). 12 (A) Calcifying subperiosteal hematoma without fracture due to separation of periosteum from bone by twisting or pulling. (B) Localized calcified hematoma from direct blow. 13 (A) Healing spiral fracture of the humeral diaphysis with associated calcifying subperiosteal hematoma. (B) Fresh, undisplaced spiral fracture of the tibia in a nonambulatory infant, highly suggestive of abuse. 14 (A) Displaced transverse fracture of the proximal femur in a nonwalking child.

32 Intraventricular blood demonstrated by transfontanellar sonography. 33 Evidence of increased intracerebral pressure by Doppler ultrasonography; the diastolic pressure is below the zero line. 34 Shaken baby syndrome. No fractures but marked widening of all cranial sutures due to subdural hematoma and cerebral edema. 35 Shaken baby, 2 months old. (A) Healing distal radial and ulnar metaphyseal fractures with maturing subperiosteal hemorrhages. (B) Posttraumatic cerebral atrophy. 36 (A) Intramural hematoma obstructing the second portion of the duodenum (broad arrow) shown on GI series.

30 Hemorrhagic contusion (arrow) with surrounding edema (open arrows) on unenhanced CT. 32 Intraventricular blood demonstrated by transfontanellar sonography. 33 Evidence of increased intracerebral pressure by Doppler ultrasonography; the diastolic pressure is below the zero line. 34 Shaken baby syndrome. No fractures but marked widening of all cranial sutures due to subdural hematoma and cerebral edema. 35 Shaken baby, 2 months old. (A) Healing distal radial and ulnar metaphyseal fractures with maturing subperiosteal hemorrhages.

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