Investigating pelvic fractures on CT

About 10% of fractures in blunt trauma patients are pelvic fractures. Watch this short video and learn how to diagnose those fractures on CT from our expert radiologist.

Michael Hartung, MD
Michael Hartung, MD
8th Aug 2022 • 1m read

Pelvic fractures can be grouped into three main patterns: ramus pubic fractures, sacral fractures, and acetabulum fractures. In this lesson, you’ll learn from a radiologist how to look for and diagnose different kinds of pelvic fractures.

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