Pediatric radiologic imaging.

  • Helen R. Nadel
  • Published 1986 in
    Canadian family physician Médecin de famille…

Abstract

Medical imaging in the pediatric age group presents special problems. The modern pediatric radiology department is a specialized area, and ensuring an adequate examination requires meticulous care from technician, radiologist and referring clinician. Radiation dose must be kept to a minimum, and constant modifications are being made to the "routine" methods of investigating common problems. These modifications include the introduction and rational integration of all the newer modalities. This presentation offers a modern diagnostic approach to a variety of common pediatric clinical problems.

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@article{Nadel1986PediatricRI, title={Pediatric radiologic imaging.}, author={Helen R. Nadel}, journal={Canadian family physician Médecin de famille canadien}, year={1986}, volume={32}, pages={1049-54} }