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Benign Skeletal Disease

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Fig. 26.1 (a) Bone scan shows multiple areas of intense uptake in the skull, bilateral humeral shafts, and proximal radii. (b–c) The right humerus plain film shows an oblique diaphyseal…

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Bronchopneumology

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Fig. 27.1 (a–c) Chest X-ray (a) and coronal (b) and axial (c) CT scan of the chest show normal findings, the absence of parenchymal or pleural abnormalities, regular airway. (d–e)…

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Oncology: Neuroblastoma

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Fig. 13.1 (a, b) Ultrasonographic images detect a large, oval, “comma”-shaped suprarenal mass showing an echoic fine nonhomogeneous pattern; neither calcifications nor necrotic areas are seen within the lesion. Diameters…

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Gastroenterology: Intestinal Bleeding

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Fig. 16.1 Scintigraphy is performed using seriated images (at 5′, 15′, 30′, 45′, and 60′ after the intravenous administration of Tc99m pertechnetate) in anterior view, with the child in supine…

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Nephrourology: Vesicoureteral Reflux

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Fig. 6.1 (a, b) The qualitative analysis of basic dynamic study reveals an intense concentration of tracer in the renal parenchyma and rapid washout of both kidneys (a). Renogram curves…

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Hydronephrosis

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Etiology Incidence (%) US findings Diagnostic exams Transient hydronephrosis 50–70 Isolated hydronephrosis (mild) US UPJO 10–30 Isolated hydronephrosis (DAP >15 mm) MAG3 VUR 10–40 Intermittent hydronephrosis, ureteric dilatation, small kidney…

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