Pediatric Radiology Case of the Week

The Pediatric Radiology Case of the Week is posted online weekly and used as an educational tool for medical students, house staff, faculty and other members of the medical community in the nation and throughout the world.

This week’s case

April 23-April 30, 2015

Case Details

13-year-old unrestrained backseat passenger in automobile that was T-boned by another vehicle at moderate speed. She has a fracture involving her C6 posterior elements/unilateral facet joint (not shown) and is also complaining of lower abdominal and back pain. What other injuries did she sustain in her pelvis?

Diagnosis Please?


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VCU Department of Pediatric Radiology Virginia Commonwealth University VCU Medical Center