It's not just credentials that signal a good pediatric radiologist.
Children with Nontraumatic Back Pain and No Red Flags May Not Need Imaging
Imaging children with nontraumatic back pain need not be routine practice.
Clinical Decision Rules for Pediatric Wrist Fractures Highly Sensitive
Decision to perform radiographs of children presenting with wrist traumas can be based on the Amsterdam Pediatric Wrist rule or one of three other clinical decision rules.
Pediatric Hospitals Moving To Macrocyclic MR Contrast Agents
Concern of brain gadolinium deposition is resulting in a switch to macrocyclic MR contrast agents in pediatric hospitals.
Ultrasound Helpful in Detecting Pediatric Appendicitis, but Not Determining Perforation
Clinicians can use ultrasound to detect pediatric appendicitis, but not if the organ has perforated.
Contrast-enhanced Ultrasound in Children
Cost and safety of using contrast-enhanced ultrasound for children.
Statewide Image Repository and Repeat Imaging in Children
Radiology utilization in children transferred to trauma centers after implementation of statewide web-based image repository.
Imaging Shows Brain Changes in High School Football Players
Imaging exams detect structural and functional changes in the brains of high school football players, from RSNA 2016.
Leg Swelling in Child
Case History: Pediatric patient presented with mild swelling of right lower leg.
Improving the Imaging Patient’s Experience
With patient satisfaction an increasing concern, radiology vendors and facilities are focused on improving the imaging experience.
Making Imaging Centers Child Friendly
Pediatric imaging centers are becoming more kid friendly with elaborately decorated rooms and scanners. The result? Happy patients and potentially no sedation.
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