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Hendrix RW, Calenoff L, Lederman RB, Nieman HL, et al.
Radiology. Date of publication 1981 Feb 1;volume 138(2):351-6.
1. Radiology. 1981 Feb;138(2):351-6. Radiology of pressure sores. Hendrix RW, Calenoff L, Lederman RB, Nieman HL. Pressure sores occur frequently in patients with spinal cord injuries and require radiographic evaluation for adequate management. Plain radiography, computed tomography, direct magnification radiography, sinography, and ultrasonography were used to evaluate 218 pressures sores. The role of each of these modalities in the management of patients with pressure sores is defined, and recommendations for their use are made. DOI: 10.1148/radiology.138.2.7455114 PMID: 7455114 [Indexed for MEDLINE]
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Pressure Ulcers/Injuries - Introduction and Assessment