An educational series on interpreting radiology images often obtained in the Emergency Department by series editor, Dr. Stephen Villa
Radiology teaching during medical school is variable, ranging from informal teaching to required clerkships . Many of us likely received an approach to a chest x-ray, but approaches to other studies may or may not have not been taught. We can do better! Enter EM:Rad, a series aimed at providing “just in time” approaches to commonly ordered radiology studies in the emergency department. When applicable, it will provide pertinent measurements specific to management, and offer a framework for when to get an additional view, if appropriate. We recently covered the elbow, wrist, shoulder, ankle, and foot. Next up: the knee.