Normal paediatric imaging examples

Dr Ian Bickle et al.

This article lists examples of normal imaging of the paediatric patients divided by region, modality, and age.

  • CT chest: examples needed
  • occipitomental (Waters) view 
    • example needed
  • lateral skull X-ray
  • nasal bone
  • CT cervical spine: example 1 (13-year-old), example 2 (12-year-old)
  • CT neck: example needed
  • MRI neck: example needed
  • shoulder:  2-year-old: example 1,  7-year-old: example 1
  • humerus
  • elbow
  • radius and ulna:
  • wrist: examples needed
  • hand: examples needed
  • fingers: examples needed
  • hip: examples needed
  • femur: examples needed
  • knee
  • tibia and fibula: examples needed
  • ankle
  • foot

Skeletal surveys are performed in cases of

Computed bone maturity (bone age) measurement are performed in cases of suspected growth delay or early pubertal development:

Computed tomography scanogram for leg length discrepancy assessment is performed in patients (children in most of the cases) with suspected inequality in leg length. 

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rID: 52519
System: Paediatrics
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