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B-0103 - Structured reporting of facial skeletal trauma CT scan as a tool to reduce report turnaround time (TAT)

B. M. Jain1, K. A. Bhagwat1, R. B. Shashikiran1, R. P. Tulasi2, K. P1, N. Rathod1, M. KARANJI1, V. Dev1; 1 Davanagere/IN 2 Davangere/IN Type: Scientific Paper
Area of Interests: Bones, Anatomy, Emergency
Imaging Technique: CT
Procedure: Experimental investigations
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Purpose: Facial trauma accounts for large number of emergency department visits, specially amongst the young individuals. Trauma is associated with substantial levels of morbidity and mortality due to damaged facial structures, associated complications and trauma sustained by other parts of the body.  [...]

Methods and materials: It was a prospective study conducted at SSIMS&RC, Davanagere, Karnataka, India, between July 2014 to June 2016. Total 50 cases with multiple facial fractures were included in the study. Inclusion criteria: Patient with multiple facial fractures. Exclusion criteria: Nil.   All the patients [...]

Results: Our study showed high prevalence of trauma among young adults between the age of 20-35 years accounting for 60 % of the cases (30 cases). 13 cases were above 35 years and 07 cases were below 20 years of age. Trauma was more common in males accounting for 37 cases.   Total time taken to report 5[...]

Conclusion: Structured reporting of facial skeletal trauma CT reduces report turnaround time, increases accuracy, ease of reporting findings and objectively conveys information to all treating team flawlessly. Structured reporting also opens the gateway for Big Data analysis of facial skeletal trauma and also[...]

Personal information: Dr. Bharath M Jain Resident department of radiodiagnosis SSIMS& RC, Davanagere Karnataka, India-577005. Phone number: +919449717246 bharat454@gmail.com

References: Cramer JA, Eisenmenger LB, Pierson NS, Dhatt HS, Heilbrun ME. Structured and templated reporting: An overview. Appl Radiol. 2014. Sippo DA, Warden GI, Andriole KP, Lacson R, Ikuta I, Birdwell RL, Khorasani R. Automated extraction of BI-RADS final assessment categories from radiology reports with nat[...]

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