Patient Historx Lucy, a 67-year-old white female, was brought into the hospital with her granddaughter. They were in a car accident with driver side impact. Lucy states she hit the steering wheel. Lucy has been in relatively good health, walks every day, and does not smoke. She is not on any daily medications. There were a few lacerations on her head, but otherwise there does not seem to be any head trauma. Heart and lung sounds present as normal. Radiology Report For x-rays Example
She is complaining of pain in her chest and left arm. She is being taken to radiology for-rays. Radiology Rerort: X-rays of Lucy’s chest and arm are below. Lucy has a bone density T-score of -3.3 (Normal value greater than -1). Laura, a 2.5-year-old white female, was brought to the hospital with her grandmother. She was in a front facing car seat behind the driver seat when they were I-boned. Laura is known to be in good health, but her grandmother stated that she often complains of pain in her arms. Laura is not on any daily medications.
She has a few lacerations, but no obvious trauma. Heart and lung sounds present as normal. She is complaining of pain in both arms and of pain in her left leg. She is being taken to radiology for-rays. Radiology Report: Laura’s x-rays. for her left arm, right arm, and leg are below. Left arm x-ray Right arm-ray Leg x-ray What bones were broken? What type of break occurred? Also answer at least one of the following questions: – Are all of the breaks new or are any old? How do you know? -What will the bone healing process be like? -What does Lucy’s T-score tell us about her skeletal system? -How are Lucy’s bones different than regular bones? Radiology Report For x-rays Example