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Spinal trauma in children
The normal appearances and variants of the spine in children, the mechanisms and patterns of injury are reviewed highlighting the differences between children and adults, and the role of cross sectional imaging are discussed. Expand
Predictive value of skull radiography for intracranial injury in children with blunt head injury
Assessment of the effectiveness of skull radiography by prospectively studying head-injured children admitted to a children's hospital that serves an urban population found clinical neurological abnormalities are a reliable predictor of intracranial injury. Expand
Reversible bronchial dilatation in children: comparison of serial high-resolution computer tomography scans of the lungs.
Evaluated changes in appearance of bronchial dilatation, unrelated to cystic fibrosis in children, as assessed by sequential high-resolution computer tomography (HRCT) of the lungs. Expand
Non-accidental injury: a retrospective analysis of a large cohort
The distribution of the injuries in a cohort of 467 patients is reviewed and the way in which a diagnosis was reached is reviewed. Expand
Percutaneous Ethibloc injection in aneurysmal bone cysts
This relatively simple, minimally invasive procedure makes an operation unnecessary by stopping the expansion of the cyst and inducing endosteal new bone formation in aneurysmal bone cysts excluding spinal lesions. Expand
Caffey's Pediatric X-Ray Diagnosis: An Integrated Imaging Approach
  • H. Carty
  • Medicine
  • Archives of disease in childhood
  • 1 October 1993
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Diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in children in an HIV-endemic area, Malawi
The impact of HIV infection on diagnosis in children with suspected PTB attending Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre is examined to find HIV-infected children had a significantly poorer response to TB treatment and higher lost-to-follow-up rates. Expand
A pictorial review of atlanto-axial rotatory fixation: key points for the radiologist.
The radiological findings in six cases of AARF are illustrated, including a case with associated atlanto-occipital subluxation and a more comprehensive classification system proposed. Expand
Clinical predictors of hypoxaemia in children with pneumonia.
It is concluded that, on the basis of raised respiratory rate, the WHO guidelines are likely to identify children under 1 year of age who are hypoxaemic, however, it may be necessary to include auscultatory findings in the guidelines to recognize Hypoxaemia in older children in order to ensure that they receive appropriate treatment with oxygen. Expand
Radiation exposure to children during cardiac catheterization.
The most suitable method of radiation dosimetry for cardiac catheterization is the use of calculated entrance dose or a dose-area product meter. Expand