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Acute CT is an exciting and challenging area of radiology which has largely replaced the more traditional forms of imaging in terms of emergency practice. Acute CT: A Primer of Emergency Imaging is a precise, up to date volume of a size and format that aims to provide a concise source of reference for all clinical groups involved in acute or trauma CT. It will serve as an ideal bench book or pocket companion for junior radiologists involved with on-call practice, while also being of value to trainee and practicing radiographers and those studying for Royal College and Board exams. Scanning protocols and the use of contrast agents in the emergency and trauma setting are discussed, and the common emergency conditions and their differential diagnoses are presented in an easily read and understand format, covering the following: - A suggested imaging protocol for the clinical problem or body part under investigation - An outline of the imagining features expected for that condition and the differential diagnosis to consider - Images that illustrate the classical presentation along with examples of less common findings and potential pitfalls with interpretation - Advice on formulating an acute report that emphasizes the key points required to determine patient management.