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The Sophia Anatomical Infant Nose-Throat (Saint) model: a valuable tool to study aerosol deposition in infants.
- H. Janssens, J. D. de Jongste, W. Fokkens, S. Robben, K. Wouters, H. Tiddens
- Journal of aerosol medicine : the official…
Relatively little is known about the variables that influence lung deposition of inhaled aerosols in children. A model of the upper airways of an infant could be a useful tool to study these… Expand
Ultrasonography of musculoskeletal infections in children
- S. Robben
- European radiology
- 30 January 2004
Ultrasonography is an important modality for evaluation of musculoskeletal infections in children because it is rapid, nonionising and very sensitive for (infectious) fluid collections and joint… Expand
Pulmonary disease assessment in cystic fibrosis: comparison of CT scoring systems and value of bronchial and arterial dimension measurements.
PURPOSE To retrospectively compare thin-section computed tomographic (CT) scores obtained with five scoring systems for assessment of pulmonary disease in children with cystic fibrosis and to… Expand
Gonad shielding in paediatric pelvic radiography: disadvantages prevail over benefit
- M. J. Frantzen, S. Robben, A. Postma, J. Zoetelief, J. Wildberger, G. Kemerink
- Insights into Imaging
- 25 September 2011
ObjectiveTo re-evaluate gonad shielding in paediatric pelvic radiography in terms of attainable radiation risk reduction and associated loss of diagnostic information.MethodsA study on patient dose… Expand
Changes in globus pallidus with (pre)term kernicterus.
OBJECTIVE We report serial magnetic resonance (MR) and sonographic behavior of globus pallidus in 5 preterm and 3 term infants with kernicterus and describe the clinical context in very low birth… Expand
Is the Greulich and Pyle atlas still valid for Dutch Caucasian children today?
- R. V. van Rijn, M. Lequin, S. Robben, W. Hop, C. V. van Kuijk
- Pediatric Radiology
- 1 October 2001
Abstract.Background: In our Paediatric Radiology Department, the Greulich and Pyle technique is used to assess skeletal age. Several authors have raised questions with regard to the applicability of… Expand
Systematic viewing in radiology: seeing more, missing less?
- E. Kok, H. Jarodzka, Anique B H de Bruin, Hussain Binamir, S. Robben, J. V. Van Merriënboer
- Medicine, Psychology
- Advances in health sciences education : theory…
- 31 July 2015
To prevent radiologists from overlooking lesions, radiology textbooks recommend “systematic viewing,” a technique whereby anatomical areas are inspected in a fixed order. This would ensure complete… Expand
Prenatal testicular torsion: diagnosis and natural course. An ultrasonographic study
- Jan Willem van der Sluijs, J. D. Hollander, M. Lequin, R. M. Nijman, S. Robben
- European Radiology
- 1 February 2004
The aim of this study was to demonstrate the ultrasonographic features of prenatal torsion of the testis at presentation and during follow-up, with histological correlation post-orchidectomy. Between… Expand
Ultrasonography is accurate enough for the diagnosis of intussusception.
- R. Shanbhogue, S. Hussain, M. Meradji, S. Robben, J. Vernooij, J. Molenaar
- Journal of pediatric surgery
- 1 February 1994
For more than 10 years the authors have been using ultrasonography to confirm clinically suspected intussusception without performing a contrast enema. The aim of this study is to review this… Expand