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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

Imaging helps identify ADHD in children and may also distinguish among subtypes of the condition.

Magnetic resonance images show brain changes among adolescents who are obese.

MRI shows damage to brain tissue among adolescent athletes may continue after they have been cleared to return to sports.

Multiple CT scans for young adults with non-traumatic acute abdominal conditions increase radiation exposure.

Macrocyclic GBCAs in nonenhanced T1 signal intensity pediatric brain tissue.

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.


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