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  Green: complete   Skull fracture and intra-cranial injury in children
  Orange: submitted and checked   Post concussional syndrome and minor head injury
  Green: complete   Does a normal CT scan rule out a subarachnoid hemorrhage
  Green: complete   Tangential views or computed tomography in suspected depressed skull fracture
  BET Title Available 186 Months   Penetrating neck injury in zone 2
  Green: complete   Ultrasound or computed tomography in paediatric blunt abdominal trauma
  Green: complete   Ultrasound does not rule out injury in paediatric blunt abdominal trauma
  BET Title Available 225 Months   KUB and US vs Spiral CT in first 24 HRS of Renal Colic, which is more cost effective
  Blue: submitted but not checked   CT head before lumbar puncture in suspected meningitis
  BET Title Available 225 Months   Should we CT patients with asymptomatic haematuria
  Green: complete   CT pulmonary angiogram compared with ventilation-perfusion scan for the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism in patients with cardiorespiratory disease
  BET Title Available 264 Months   CXR or CT in Blunt chest trauma?
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Do anticoagulated patients who sustain a minor head injury require a CT scan to rule out intra-cranial injury?
  BET Title Available 149 Months   Accuracy of a chest x-ray in diagnosing dissecting thoracic aneurysm.
  Orange: submitted and checked   Accuracy of CT pulmonary angiogram in the diagnosis of of pulmonary embolism.
  BET Title Available 203 Months   Use of imaging techniques in asymptomatic cocaine body packers
  BET Title Available 226 Months   Diagnostic utility of CT scan in patients presenting with a first fit
  BET Title Available 225 Months   CT brain scan and transient ischaemic attack
  Green: complete   Computerized Tomography for Small Bowel Obstruction
  Red: incomplete   Major complications with low molecular weight and unfractionated heparin in patients investigated for thromboembolism.
  Green: complete   CT Angiography for detection of Subarachnoid Haemorrhage
  Blue: submitted but not checked   CT vs USS in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Ultrasound versus computed tomography as the primary screening method in the evaluation of blunt abdominal trauma in the stable adult patient
  Green: complete   Whole-body CT In trauma patients
  Green: complete   Observation is recommended even following a normal CT brain in warfarinised head injuries
  Green: complete   Is physical exam and laboratory data sufficient to exclude intrabdominal injury (IAI) in the pediatric trauma patient?
  Green: complete   Chloral hydrate or midazolam: which is better for sedating children for painless diagnostic imaging?