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Image Interpretation - Adult Skeleton (X-ray): Facial Bones - Session 2

Image Interpretation - Adult Skeleton (X-ray): Facial Bones - Session 2

Image Interpretation - Adult Skeleton (X-ray): Facial Bones - Session 2

Anne Lancaster
Anne Lancaster
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 23 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 08 Aug 2018

Reference: 191177

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This session will describe common fractures, dislocations, pathologies and normal variants found in the facial bones. These will be illustrated using radiographic examples.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Assess radiographs of the facial bones using a systematic approach
• Identify and accurately describe common fractures and dislocations
• Recognise common pathologies found in the facial bones, describe them accurately and know when to ask for a specialist (radiologist) opinion
• Describe normal variants which may be mistaken for a fracture or pathology
Anne Lancaster

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Anne Lancaster
on behalf of Health Education England

Anne trained as a radiographer at the University of Bradford, qualifying in 1996. After qualifying she moved south, working in Oxford and Stoke Mandeville, before applying to work in Australia. Anne worked in a busy trauma hospital in Canberra for a year before taking a six-month break to travel.

Back in the UK Anne worked in several hospitals in locum posts, before opting to relocate to West Yorkshire. After only a few months working at Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust, she commenced the reporting course, completing it in 2005.

Since completing the course, the scope of the reporting at Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust has increased to include all musculoskeletal plain film referrals including GP examinations.

Anne was recently awarded an MSc in Medical Imaging. Her dissertation investigated radiographer attitudes to radiographer commenting, a subject she is passionate about. Anne hopes that her involvement in this project will equip radiographers and the rest of the multi-professional team with the skills they need to interpret images and therefore enhance patient care.

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

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