Table of Contents

1 Laryngeal (cricoid) Fracture.
2 Spinal extension fracture-dislocation in ankylosing spondylitis.
3 Traumatic Aortic Pseudoaneurysm.
4 Blunt trauma esophageal rupture.
5 Galeazzi fracture-dislocation.
6 Isolated Articular Pillar (Lamino-pedicular separation).
7 Focal bacterial acute pyelonephritis (Acute lobar nephronia).
8 Lumbar Burst Fracture.
9 Acute Calculus Cholecystitis.
10 Orbital Blow-out fracture.
11 Pulmonary Contusions and Lacerations.
12 Septic Pulmonary Emboli.
13 Hyperdense MCA Sign.
14 Left hemidiaphragm rupture and gastric herniation into thorax.
15 Rupture of the right hemidiaphragm with liver herniation.
16 Intramural Aortic Hematoma.
17 Tension Pneumopericardium.
18 Acute Subdural Hematoma with Cerebral Herniation.
19 Pulmonary Artery Pseudoaneurysm.
20 Pleural Empyema.
21 Combined fracture of symphysis and bilateral condyles.
22 Torus fracture of the distal radius and ulna.
23 Slipped capital femoral epiphysis.
24 Slipped capital femoral epiphysis?? Jefferson Fracture.
25 Left hemothorax with active bleeding.
26 Left renal laceration.
27 Left pneumothorax (first image) and tension left pneumothorax (second image).
28 C2 hangman fracture.
29 Hypertensive hemorrhage in right basal ganglia.
30Colles fracture.
31 Bilateral basal ganglia infarcts due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
32 Segond fracture.
33 "Blowout" fracture left medial orbital wall.
34 Acute bilateral maxillary sinusitis.
35 Acute pancreatitis.
36 Tibial plateau fracture.
37 Left flail chest.
38 Aspergilloma.
39 Lipohemarthrosis due to tibial plateau fracture.
40 Salter-Harris fracture of left humeral head.
41 Acromioclavicular Joint Injury: Type III.
42 Acute Lower Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage.
43 Acute Appendicitis.
44 Calcaneus Fracture.
45 Choledocholithiasis.
46 Malignant Spinal Cord Compression.
47 Epididymitis.
48 Acute Epiglottitis.
49 Retained Foreign Body.
50 Inflicted Injury (Child Physical Abuse).
51 Anterior Knee Dislocation with Popliteal Artery Transection.
52 Lisfranc Fracture-dislocation.
53 Liver Injury with Active Hemorrhage.
54 Peritonsillar Abscess.
55 Community-Acquired Lobar Pneumonia.
56 Alveolar Pulmonary Edema.
57 Pulmonary Embolism and Lower Extremity Deep Venous Thrombosis.
58 Ruptured Cerebral Aneurysm.
59 Superficial Soft Tissue Abscess.
60 Type II dens fracture (Anderson, D'Alonzo classification).
61 Diffuse axonal shear injury.
62 Depressed comminuted skull fracture with underlying parenchymal contusion.
63 Zygomatico maxillary complex (ZMC) fracture.
64 Flail mandible.
65 Supination external rotation injury of ankle.
66 Anterior dislocation of left hip.
67 Posterior dislocation of right sternoclavicular joint.
68 Splenic laceration.
69 Type II anteroposterior compression pelvic fracture.
70 Infarction of small bowel.
71 Segmental renal infarct.
72 Extraperitoneal bladder rupture.
73 Periportal lymph edema from volume overload.
74 Left hemidiaphragm injury.
75 Penetrating colon and diaphragm injury.
76 Recent passage of a ureteral stone.
77 Isolated free fluid without a source.
78 Emphysematous cystitis.
79 Midgut volvulus.
80 Type 3 occipital condyle fracture.
81 Atlantoaxial rotatory dislocation.
82 Flexion-teardrop fracture dislocation.
83 Blunt trauma esophageal rupture.
84 Obstructive Sialadenitis.
85 Pancreatic transection.
86 Chance Fracture.
87 Renal pelvic rupture with congenital uretero-pelvic junction obstruction.
88 Full-thickness duodenal rupture (blunt trauma).
89 Tracheal Rupture: blunt trauma.
90 Hypovolemic Shock Complex (HSC).
91 Small Bowel Obstruction Incarcerated Indirect Inguinal Hernia.
92 Full-thickness bowel perforation.
93 Hemorrhage of adrenal myelolipoma.
94 Traumatic Cavernous Carotid Fistula.
95 Lunate dislocation.
96 Lens dislocation.
97 Testicular torsion.
98 Left Renal Infarction.
99 Subacute left subdural hematoma.
100 C2 hyperextension teardrop fracture.
101 Toxic megacolon.
102 Pneumocystis pneumonia.
103 Left renal subcapsular hematoma with active bleeding.
104 Cecal diverticulitis.
105 Pericardial effusion.
106 Toxic megacolon.
107 Fournier Gangrene.
108 Aspirated foreign body.
109 Avascular necrosis of bilateral femoral heads.
110 Mature cystic teratoma.
111 Liver injury with post-traumatic liver abscess.
112 Minimally displaced avulsion fracture at base of fifth metatarsal.
113 Emphysematous cystitis.
114 Acetabulum anterior wall fracture.
115 Achilles tendon rupture.
116 Emphysematous cystitis.
117 Aortic Dissection (Stanford type A) with Hemopericardium.
118 Acute Cerebellar Hemorrhage Secondary to Arteriovenous Malformation.
119Ruptured Ectopic Pregnancy.
120 Postemetic Esophageal Rupture (Boerhaav's Syndrome).
121 Retained Foreign Body (Fish Bone) with Pharyngeal Perforation.
122 Laryngeal Fracture.
123 Maisonneuve Fracture.
124 Acute Mastoiditis Complicated by Epidural Abscess.
125 Nasoorbital ethmoidal Fracture.
126 Anterior Shoulder (Glenohumeral Joint) Dislocation with Bankart Lesion.
127 Subperiosteal Orbital Abscess.
128 Triquetral Fracture.
129 Anterior Urethral Disruption.
130 Volar Plate Avulsion Fracture.
131 Splenic vascular injury.
132 Hyperextension dislocation injury at the C5-6 level.
133 Hyperflexion sprain injury at the C3-4 and C4-5 levels.
134 Anoxic brain injury.
135 Longitudinal fracture of petrous temporal bone.
136 Nohemorrhagic right middle cerebral artery infarct.
137 Acute disc herniation.
138 Bennett's Fracture.
139Scaphoid fracture.
140 Radial head fracture.
141 Occipitoatlantal dislocation.
142 Pancreatic laceration.
143 Pyometra due to cervical carcinoma.
144 Primary mesenteric adenitis.
145 Penetrating right subclavian artery injury.
146 Stab wound to pericardium.
147 Annular carcinoma with colonic obstruction.
148 Superior mesenteric vein thrombosis.
149 Bowel wall contusion.
150 Tension pneumocephalus.
151 Danis-Weber type C ankle injury.
152 Jones fracture.
153 Giant Sigmoid Diverticulum.
154 Lemierre syndrome.
155 Perforated Duodenal Ulcer.
156 Scapulothoracic Dissociation.
157 Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome.
158 Ovarian Torsion.
159 Traumatic gallbladder avulsion and rupture.
160 Traumatic Dural Vevous Sinus Thrombosis.
161 Transverse temporal bone fracture.
162 Bleeding Renal Venous Pseudoaneurysm.
163 Epiploic Appendagitis.
164 Neurogenic pulmonary edema.
165 Segmental omental infarction.
166 Monteggia fracture-dislocation.
167 Mesenteric hematoma with active bleeding.
168 Right ureteral injury with extravasation of intravenous contrast.
169 Gallbladder injury.
170 Renal pseudoaneurysm.
171 Left gonadal vein thrombosis with extension into the left renal vein.
172 Left psoas abscess.
173 Right common femoral artery pseudoaneurysm.
174 Acute Lower Extremity Arterial Occlusion.
175 Acute Rupture of Distal Biceps Brachii Tendon.
176 Blunt Internal Carotid Artery Injury.
177 Spontaneous Internal Carotid Artery Dissection.
178 Spontaneous Celiac Artery Dissection.
179 Subcapital Femoral Neck (Hip) Fracture.
180 Intussusception.
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181 Ludwig's Angina.
182 Mesenrhombencephalitis.
183 Acute Osteomyelitis.
184 Spontaneous Pneumomediastinum.
185 Pyosalpinx.
186 Ruptured Aortic Mycotic Aneurysm.
187 Tillaux Fracture.
188 Ventriculitis.
189 Unilateral facet facture dislocation.
190 Venous epidural hematoma.
191 Septic artheritis.
192 Aspirated pneumonia.
193Complete eventration of hemidiaphragm.
194 Cecal bascule.
195 Acute myocardial infarction.
196 Spinal epidural hematoma.
197 Pilon fracture.
198 Ureteral obstruction, calyx rupture, radiolucent calculus.
199 Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor-induced visceral angioedema.
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