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Contrast Induced Nephropathy: Is it Real?

You are managing a trauma and request a CT abdomen to exclude an intra-abdominal injury. The radiology registrar asks about the patients’ renal function. Sound familiar? The good news is that the scan go ahead without knowing the renal function. This is supported by the current guidelines of the Royal Australasian and New Zealand College…

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Bedside Ultrasound and Renal Colic

Can Bedside Ultrasound be a Tool in the Assessment and Management of Renal Colic? Bedside ultrasonography (BUS) has become a significant tool in the diagnostic repertoire of the emergency physician in recent years. Over the same period the use of, and potential risks of, CT imaging have come to the fore. Since the mid-1990s CT…

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