Special Issue "Imaging in Non-Traumatic Emergencies"
A special issue of Tomography (ISSN 2379-139X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 28 February 2022.
Interests: ultrasound; computed tomography; emergency radiology; chest imaging; gastrointestinal imaging; urinary imaging; emergency ultrasound; trauma imaging; bowel imaging
Interests: computed tomography; emergency radiology; chest imaging; gastrointestinal imaging; urinary imaging; trauma imaging; bowel imaging
Non-traumatic emergencies include a wide spectrum of clinical entities that often require a prompt imaging assessment to prevent potentially serious or irreversible conditions. Non-traumatic emergencies represent a large number of requests for referrals to any emergency department that does not necessarily share the same approaches, protocols, or guidelines. However, the demand of diagnostic imaging in the ER department has risen dramatically and the role of 24/7 radiologists, as members of ER teams, has become more effective. In this issue, the complexity of some relevant pathological entities will be illustrated, emphasizing the role of the state-of-the-art imaging, the clues to diagnosis and the impact on the management decision process.
Dr. Stefania Tamburrini
Prof. Dr. Mariano Scaglione
Manuscript Submission Information
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- computed tomography
- magnetic resonance imaging
- emergency radiology
- chest imaging
- gastrointestinal imaging
- urinary imaging
- emergency ultrasound
- bowel imaging
- vascular imaging
- emergency CT
- emergency MRI