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This 60 year old male was transported to the Emergency Department by ambulance following an RTA/MVA. The radiographer was called to the resus room to perform a routine trauma plain film series (Chest, C spine, Pelvis). The AP pelvis image is shown below.

Question 1
Is there any pathology demonstrated?
Question 2
Is any further imaging of the pelvis warranted?
AP Pelvis


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Gajaal Trauma Pelvis on 60 yo 0 Mar 21 2012, 5:34 PM EDT by Gajaal
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Bilateral #s of public rami and ?? right lateral aspect of ilium adjacent Rt ASIS. Project of whole pelvis would have been valuable to assess Iliac crests but if going to CT not necessary to re-expose.
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xraygirl98 Answer 0 Mar 20 2012, 9:44 AM EDT by xraygirl98
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Looks like FX's ischial tuberosity and superior Rami. Would get CT scan
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Englander66 Answer 0 Feb 19 2012, 1:13 PM EST by Englander66
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1. As above
2. No further imaging necessary unless clinically indicated. Await comprensive evaluation by othopaedic team.
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