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Background : It has been suggested that the pelvis should not be habitually included on abdominal CT examinations, but the potential benefit of such a practice in childhood abdominal malignancies is unknown. Objective : To estimate the yield and potential diagnostic benefit of abnormal findings...
A 22-month-old girl with a renal mass had multiple small pulmonary nodules on CT at her initial presentation. After biopsy and neoadjuvant chemotherapy, a Wilms tumor was resected and the pulmonary nodules were shown to have regressed on CT. Follow-up imaging 4 months after initial diagnosis...
Imaging techniques are indispensable for diagnosis and follow-up of paediatric pulmonary diseases. In the past, interest was focused on morphological aspects of pulmonary tissue. With the development of novel CT and MRI techniques, functional pulmonary imaging became available. In this review,...
Splanchnic artery aneurysms are very rare in children. We report a 10-year-old girl with a large atraumatic ruptured superior mesenteric artery aneurysm that was considered inoperable. She was ultimately treated with two percutaneous US-guided thrombin injections, which led to complete occlusion...
The treatment of hepatoblastoma is an example of the great advances made in paediatric oncology over the past few decades. Formerly a disease with a dreadful prognosis, children now have a 5-year survival rate of over 70%. This has been achieved by advances in surgical techniques and the use of...
We present unusual imaging findings of petrified ears in a 9-year-old girl with Keutel syndrome. The patient presented for a temporal bone study for hearing loss. CT scan showed middle and inner ear abnormalities along with extensive and unsuspected calcification of the external ears and...
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