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Minimizing radiation dose for pediatric body applications of single-detector helical CT: strategies at a large Children's Hospital.
Adjustments of the standard helical CT protocols for adults can result in reduced radiation dose when imaging children. It is the radiologist's responsibility to critically evaluate the CT techniquesExpand
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The healing potential of stable juvenile osteochondritis dissecans knee lesions.
BACKGROUND The purpose of the present study was to determine if patient age, lesion size, lesion location, presenting knee symptoms, and sex predict the healing status after six months of a standardExpand
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MR imaging of soft-tissue masses: diagnostic efficacy and value of distinguishing between benign and malignant lesions.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of MR imaging in predicting the pathologic diagnosis of soft-tissue masses, both neoplastic and nonneoplastic, and in distinguishingExpand
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Fat necrosis after trauma: a benign cause of palpable lumps in children.
OBJECTIVE Our objective is to describe the clinical entity and MR imaging appearance of fat necrosis after trauma, a benign cause of palpable soft-tissue lesions in children. A related objective isExpand
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Imaging of sports injuries of the upper extremity in children.
  • K. Emery
  • Medicine
  • Clinics in sports medicine
  • 1 July 2006
Competitive athletics in school-aged children has become the norm rather than the exception. The increased repetitive stresses placed on the upper extremity in a wide variety of sports result in aExpand
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MR findings of synovial disease in children and young adults: Part 1
Synovial diseases in children can be classified into normal structures as potential sources of pathology (synovial folds: plicae, infrapatellar fat pad clefts); noninfectious synovial proliferationExpand
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Medial Collateral Ligament of the Knee on Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Does the Site of the Femoral Origin Change at Different Patient Ages in Children and Young Adults?
Background The medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL), a chief medial restraint preventing lateral patellar dislocation, often is reconstructed in children with recurrent dislocation. The femoral MPFLExpand
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Splenic emergencies.
  • K. Emery
  • Medicine
  • Radiologic clinics of North America
  • 1997
Of medical and surgical emergencies in the pediatric abdomen, those involving the spleen are relatively less common than other abdominal organs, though equally important to recognize. A moreExpand
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Absent peritoneal fluid on screening trauma ultrasonography in children: a prospective comparison with computed tomography.
BACKGROUND Although the accuracy of focused abdominal sonography for trauma (FAST) in adults has been demonstrated, results of this technique in children have been conflicting with few comparisonsExpand
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Tarsal coalition: a blinded comparison of MRI and CT
Objective. To determine how well MRI can detect tarsal coalition compared with CT, the current imaging standard. Materials and methods. Coronal and axial CT and MRI were performed within 3 weeks ofExpand
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