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After induction of pneumothorax in rabbits, thermograms showed decreased heat emission from the involved side. These observations suggest that noninvasive monitors of thoracic wall temperatures might be useful for early detection of air-leak phenomenon in high-risk neonates.
Results of breathholding were recorded in 50 children prior to excretory urography to help determine the optimal sectional imaging technique according to age and expected ability to suspend respiration during examination.