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Image Interpretation - Radiographs of the Adult Abdomen: Normal Abdominal Radiograph

Image Interpretation - Radiographs of the Adult Abdomen: Normal Abdominal Radiograph

Image Interpretation - Radiographs of the Adult Abdomen: Normal Abdominal Radiograph

Nigel Hughes
Nigel Hughes
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 08 May 2018
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Last updated: 22 May 2018

Reference: 188905

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This session will look at the normal radiograph of the abdomen. It will focus on identifying anatomy and the normal bowel gas pattern demonstrated on radiographs. Indications for abdominal radiography will be discussed along with guidance on writing a report.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Identify the anatomy of the abdomen on radiographs
• Appreciate the appearance of normal bowel gas patterns on abdominal radiographs
• Use a systematic approach to interpreting abdominal radiographs
Nigel Hughes

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Nigel Hughes
on behalf of Health Education England

Clinical Practice Lead and Lead Reporting Radiographer at Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Nigel qualified in 1982 and obtained the HDCR in 1986. He trained as a radiography teacher at the old Stoke on Trent School of Radiography before moving to Keele University then the University of Central England. He is a former senior examiner for the College of Radiographers in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology. He moved back into clinical radiography in late 1990s, before joining Burton Hospital in 2000. Nigel undertook reporting qualifications at Bradford University in 2001 and currently reports MSK, chest and abdominal radiographs. Nigel has a specific interest in Emergency Medicine and Acute Care and he has wide ranging teaching responsibilities: from radiographers to medical staff. Nigel’s current research interest is in the utilisation of digital tomosynthesis for pulmonary abnormalities.

Outside of radiography he enjoys following his local football team and he is also half of a Blues Brothers tribute act.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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