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Michael Fadell

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Fractures are a common manifestation of physical child abuse, and when present can have considerable bearing on the legal process. Although the timing of skeletal injury and healing is of great importance in forensic cases, the dating of fractures in the age group in which fractures from physical abuse most frequently occur is largely based on the radiologist’s personal experience as opposed to primary research. A full understanding of the radiological features of healing in infant fractures will enhance the assessment of fracture dating in cases where the time of injury is unknown, such as suspected abuse. The objective of this study was to describe the timing of fracture healing in infants using previously defined radiographic signs of fracture healing. Read More

Meeting name: IPR 2016 Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition , 2016

Authors: Warner Christopher, Maguire Sabine, Miller Angie, Trefan Laszlo, Fadell Michael

Keywords: Healing Fracture, Fracture Healing, Non Accidental Trauma, Abuse, Long Bone

This study compares the accuracy of three MRI acquisitions commonly used to assess intra articular pathology in identifying labral, transition zone, and articular cartilage injuries. Read More

Meeting name: SPR 2018 Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course , 2018

Authors: Fadell Michael, Flug Jonathan, Mcarthur Tatum, Skelton Anne, Carry Patrick, Mayer Stephanie

Keywords: Labrum, Chondral labral junction, Radial