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Pilocytic astrocytomas are among the most common intramedullary spinal cord tumors in the pediatric age group. The presence of contrast enhancement is a major factor used to distinguish these tumors from other spinal cord lesions. We present a case of histologically proved non-enhancing...
The treatment of congenital heart disease has been revolutionized by the availability of transcatheter devices. These advances in interventional pediatric cardiology require that both treating physicians and radiologists develop a more thorough understanding of the appearance of these devices on...
HI should be the preferred modality for scanning the right lower abdomen in suspected acute appendicitis. The diagnosis of acute appendicitis can then be more definitely ascertained.
We present a unique case of an 11-year-old boy with a cavernous haemangioma of the spermatic cord. Sonography showed a well-defined, heterogeneous echoic mass with internal calcifications in the paratesticular region while radiography showed several phleboliths in the scrotum. Both were helpful...
A common pancreaticobiliary channel can be diagnosed by sonography. Nevertheless, our experience is limited, and although sonography can provide an alert and can assist management, it cannot yet replace MRI.
The close concordance between B-mode and colour Doppler sonography and chest radiography justifies the more frequent use of sonography to evaluate catheter position because ionizing radiation is eliminated. Chest radiography may then be performed only when there is suspected inappropriate...
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