Robert Franz Buchmann

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The case of a young man with multiple brain and somatic anomalies that presented diagnostic difficulties, is discussed in this report. A majority of his features were suggestive of Joubert syndrome--although it was felt that he did not fully meet diagnostic criteria. The subsequent evaluations included a magnetic resonance image of the brain, that was found(More)
This article reviews aspects of arthritis imaging that are specific to children. The pediatric skeleton is unique and responds in characteristic ways to articular inflammation. Epiphyseal and physeal cartilage are affected by joint diseases, and disturbances of growth and maturation are sometimes the cardinal manifestations of arthritis. The target joints(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare radiation exposure and image quality in children undergoing torso helical acquisition computed tomography (CT) using filtered back projection (FBP) or adaptive iterative dose reduction (AIDR) 3D reconstruction algorithms. A secondary purpose is to compare radiation exposure and image quality in children undergoing torso CT acquired(More)
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVES Radiology residents must now participate in a learning activity that involves identification and analysis of system errors and implementation of potential solutions. Evidence of participation must be documented in the resident's learning portfolio. MATERIALS AND METHODS An activity based on adult learning principles was designed(More)
BACKGROUND Gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance angiography (MRA)is a well-established technique in older children and adults. No studies have focused on its use in neonates and small infants. OBJECTIVE Our objective was to study the use of gadolinium-enhanced MRA in neonates and infants suspected of caval or aortic thrombosis. MATERIALS AND METHODS(More)
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