Radiological perspectives in empyema.

@article{King2002RadiologicalPI,
  title={Radiological perspectives in empyema.},
  author={Susan J King and Anne Thomson},
  journal={British medical bulletin},
  year={2002},
  volume={61},
  pages={203-14}
}
Empyema is a common cause for hospital admission in children. For years, clinicians have relied on chest X-rays to aid diagnosis and monitor treatment. New imaging techniques, particularly ultrasound, have helped in planning the management of children with empyema. Other cross-sectional radiological investigations are useful in a small proportion of children with complicated disease. The mainstays of imaging in the vast majority of children with empyema are chest radiography and ultrasound. 

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