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Imaging in acute renal infection in children.
Infection is the most common disease of the urinary tract in children, and various imaging techniques have been used to verify its presence and location. On retrospective analysis, 50 consecutiveExpand
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Clivus chordoma in a child with tuberous sclerosis: CT and MR demonstration.
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Choledochal cyst: a concept of etiology.
1. A new concept of the etiology of choledochal cyst is presented. The etiology of this entity is based on an anomalous relationship between the common bile duct and the pancreatic ducts.2. ThisExpand
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Bridging bronchus: a rare airway anomaly.
The authors describe an infant whose right-lower-lobe bronchus arose from the left main bronchus and bridged the lower mediastinum. Other major congenital anomalies were present as well. PossibleExpand
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Intraparenchymal meningioma in a child: CT and MR findings.
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Retroperitoneal and retrofascial abscesses. A review.
The anatomy of retrofascial and retroperitoneal abscesses is not widely understood by orthopaedic surgeons because these abscesses are encountered infrequently and may cause symptoms at their pointsExpand
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Pineal germinoma: MR imaging.
Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging characteristics of pineal germinomas are described in seven patients imaged with MR and computed tomography (CT). In patients with symptoms of an enlarging process inExpand
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Anatomic observations and etiologic and surgical considerations in choledochal cyst.
Twenty-five operative and postoperative cholangiograms in children with choledochal cysts indicated an intimate relationship between these cysts and anomalous pancreatico-biliary ductal junction. InExpand
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The role of bone scintigraphy in the evaluation of the suspected abused child.
A comparison was made of the radiographic and scintigraphic skeletal surveys of 261 children who were suspected victims of abuse. Radiography was positive in 105 children and produced false-negativeExpand
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Intrahepatic Biliary Tract Abnormalities in Children with Corrected Extrahepatic Biliary Atresia
Summary Three children with surgically corrected extrahepatic biliary atresia developed recurrent cholangitis associated with bile lakes that failed to drain via the hepa-toportoenterostomy. SurgicalExpand
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