To demonstrate the importance of the relationship between emergency surgeons,
clinicians and radiologists.
Emergency pathology needs to be diagnosed as soon as possible and that is why there must be a good relationship between clinicians,
emergency surgeons and radiologists.
Because of this,
the patient’s stay in the emergency department is shortened,
the working time of the operating rooms sped up,
the patient’s symptoms are corrected early,
and the morbidity and mortality of the associated pathology is reduced.
Over the years,
hospital emergency units have become more and more valuable and,...
Findings and procedure details
We present different clinical emergency cases where we try to transfer the image to the operating room to expand our vision as radiologists,
and try as far as possible to give some colour to our findings: if we look a mesenteric ischemia why can't we see mesenteric congestion in red?; or why can't we see a transmural intestinal necrosis in black?.
If there are people who see colors while listening music (synesthesia),
why can't the radiologist do it with our grayscale images? Our work aims to...
The multidisciplinary work in urgent pathology is fundamental for the well-being of the patient.
the creation of radio-surgical correlation committees is a new way of looking at radiology,
surgeons and radiologists add colour to the greyscale images (figure 36).
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del Castillo Ascanio.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - C.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - N.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - D.
HUNSC.Santa Cruz de Tenerife - A.
Emergency general surgeon.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Y.
El Khatib Ghzal.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife -...
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