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Isolated CT findings of an appendicolith, an enlarged appendix, or minimal fat stranding are not sufficient signs for the diagnosis of appendicitis. Pathological diagnosis rather than surgical findings should be used as the reference standard of true-positive imaging findings.
Thyroid disease does occur in the pediatric patient, and imaging plays an important role in its evaluation. A review is presented of normal development of the thyroid gland, the technique and indications for thyroid sonography, and key imaging features of congenital thyroid disorders (ectopic or...
Combined tube current modulation reduced tube current in pediatric non-ECG-gated heart CT by 15.8% without degradation of image quality. With our CT protocol, for body weights up to 39.9 kg, age showed a significant positive correlation with tube current reduction, but there was a lower...
We describe the ultrasonography, the contrast-enhanced computed tomography and the magnetic resonance imaging of subcutaneous fat necrosis in a newborn infant.
The traditional approach to patient safety in health care has ranged from reticence to outward denial of serious flaws. This undermines the otherwise remarkable advances in technology and information that have characterized the specialty of medical practice. In addition, lessons learned in...
Intestinal malrotation is a developmental anomaly affecting the position and peritoneal attachments of the small and large intestines during fetal life. Most often the diagnosis is established in the first year of life on the basis of abdominal pain and bile-stained vomiting secondary to bowel...
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