Conclusions

The modern ICU has proved to be a life-saving innovation for the critically ill patient. An understanding of the imaging diagnosis of common clinical problems, as well as how to apply the basics of radiological physics, physiology, clinical medicine, and pathology to diagnose and treat the more uncommon problems, is essential for optimal patient care. The complexities of monitoring and treatment demand that the clinical and imaging teams co-operate so that the extensive expertise of each team member can be brought to bear in optimizing patient care in these, the sickest patients in the hospital.

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