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US demonstration of pyelitis and ureteritis in children
The authors report a new ultrasonic sign of urinary tract infection in children: thickening of the renal pelvis and/or ureteral wall. This thickening as encountered in 10 children, (10 months to 12… Expand
The sonographic evaluation of normal thymus in infants and children.
Sonography has been used to evaluate 50 "asymptomatic" infants (aged from birth up to two years) with typical appearing thymus on chest X-ray. The ultrasonic features of the normal gland are… Expand
Thymic hemorrhage: a cause of acute symptomatic mediastinal widening in an infant with late haemorrhagic disease
A 2-month-old boy was first seen at the department of paediatric surgery because of shock, anaemia, rectal bleeding, polypnea and coma. There was marked abdominal distension without evidence of a… Expand
Ultrasonographic findings in thymic lymphoma in children.
- L. Lemaitre, F. Leclerc, V. Marconi, O. Taboureau, F. Avni, J. Rémy
- European journal of radiology
- 1 May 1987
The sonographic manifestations of thymic involvement by T lymphoblastic non-Hodgkin's lymphoma/leukaemia in 6 children are presented. The criteria which may help in its differentiation from a normal… Expand