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The Difference in Pediatric Imaging

It's not just credentials that signal a good pediatric radiologist.


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Pediatric Imaging

FDG imaging vs PET/MR for diagnosing children with suspected localization-related epilepsy.

Use of contrast enhanced MRI in diagnosing children with a perforated appendix.

A 7-year-old male presented with pain after falling on an outstretched hand.

Cranial CT scans performed on children in non-pediatric hospitals expose them to more radiation.

MRI and CT with contrast provide no greater risk of toxicity for neonates with normal renal system.

More children require anesthesia before MRI, increasing costs.

Different standard radiographs reveal a low fracture rate among children with traumatic injuries.


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