PEDIATRIC IMAGING

Musculoskeletal Imaging

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Imaging Techniques Radiography Conventional radiographs depict the bony detail of the skeletal system quite well and remain the mainstay in the evaluation of musculoskeletal disease. In the setting of acute…

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Brain Imaging

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Imaging the Pediatric Brain The central nervous system (CNS) consists of the skull, brain, spine, and spinal cord. Imaging the brain in children differs from imaging adult patients in many…

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Head and Neck Imaging

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The “head and neck” encompasses extracranial structures from the skull base to the thoracic inlet including the orbits, nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses (PNSs), face, jaws, temporal bones and soft tissues…

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Chest Imaging

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Imaging Techniques and Indications Conventional Radiography Diagnostic imaging plays an important role in the evaluation of the upper airway and chest in children. Chest radiographs comprise about 40% of all…

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Genitourinary Imaging

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This chapter provides an introduction to pediatric genitourinary imaging for the radiology resident. It will focus on diseases commonly encountered in or specific to children and congenital anomalies. Diseases more…

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Gastrointestinal Imaging

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To the radiologist who cares for adults, the exact age of a patient is rarely of great importance. To be sure, one approaches the chest radiograph of a 30-year-old differently…

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Spine Imaging

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The spinal cord is an integral part of the neural axis or central nervous system. Disease entities in the brain or spinal cord may have a direct or indirect influence…

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Cardiac Imaging

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Congenital Heart Disease Congenital heart disease (CHD) occurs in approximately 1% of all live births, or 40,000 births annually in the United States. It remains the leading cause of birth…

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Introduction

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As with other books in The Requisites series, this installment is primarily geared toward the radiology resident. It is not intended to provide an exhaustive review of pediatric imaging; rather,…

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