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The Sophia Anatomical Infant Nose-Throat (Saint) model: a valuable tool to study aerosol deposition in infants.
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 theseExpand
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Ultrasonography of musculoskeletal infections in children
  • S. Robben
  • Medicine
  • 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 jointExpand
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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 toExpand
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Gonad shielding in paediatric pelvic radiography: disadvantages prevail over benefit
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 doseExpand
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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 birthExpand
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Is the Greulich and Pyle atlas still valid for Dutch Caucasian children today?
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 ofExpand
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Systematic viewing in radiology: seeing more, missing less?
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 completeExpand
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Prenatal testicular torsion: diagnosis and natural course. An ultrasonographic study
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. BetweenExpand
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Ultrasonography is accurate enough for the diagnosis of intussusception.
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 thisExpand
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