The anatomy curriculum is one of our curriculum articles and aims to be a collection of articles that represent the core anatomy knowledge.
Head and neck anatomy
Abdominal and pelvic anatomy
Lower limb anatomy
Upper limb anato...
Buckle rib fractures are typical of an anterior compressive force to the chest, most commonly external cardiac massage, but can be seen following any such traumatic injury.
Buckle rib fractures occur in all ages, even very elderly patients. Thus ribs are not the same as most adult lo...
Cranial gun shot injuries are a form of penetrating traumatic brain injuries, which are much less common than blunt traumatic brain injuries.
Please see the main article "imaging of gun shot injuries" for a general description of imaging features.
The entry and exi...
In medicine, foreign bodies are any object that originates outside of the human body. More often than not, foreign bodies will occur involuntarily as a result of an accident such as motor vehicle collisions, stepping on broken glass, gunshot wounds, or explosions. On occasions, foreign bodies ca...
Fracture-a-la-signature (or signature fracture) is another term used to described a depressed skull fracture.
Fracture-a-la-signature derives its name from forensic medicine because the size and shape of a depressed skull fracture may give information on the type of weapon used. It can be a si...
Gunshot injuries often require imaging assessment, and this evaluation has both clinical relevance (assessment of organ damage, surgical planning and prognostication), and often also forensic implications.
Some understanding of the factors that influence wounding capacity ...
The post-mortem and forensic curriculum is one of our curriculum articles and aims to be a collection of topics that represent core knowledge pertaining to forensic and post-mortem radiology.
Post-mortem radiology: the radiographic examination of the body after death.