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Advances in perinatal medicine and neonatology have dramatically changed clinical outcomes for premature neonates and have ushered in a new era of radiological complexity. “Portable” chest radiographs continue to be the mainstay in diagnostic imaging of fragile newborns, but radiologists may...
The radiographic characteristics of pulmonary infection in children are many and varied. Although typical patterns are helpful in diagnosis, clinical and laboratory evaluation provide important diagnostic information. An understanding of the basic pathophysiology of infection and an appreciation...
Although significant anomalies of the fetal thorax are uncommon, with improvement in high-resolution ultrasonography, more of these lesions are being diagnosed prenatally. Accurate and specific prenatal diagnosis is important because different lesions have different natural histories and...
A wide spectrum of malignant and benign diseases can present as tumors involving the chest in children. The imaging evaluation of these children is initially directed by clinical presentation and usually begins with a chest radiograph. Further imaging with CT, MRI, or rarely ultrasonography may...
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