Items tagged “paediatric”

23 results found
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Acute appendicitis - pediatric

 Diagnosis certain
Brendan Cullinane
Published 15 Jan 2011
91% complete
Ultrasound
Article

Hepatic mesenchymal hamartoma

Hepatic mesenchymal hamartomas are uncommon benign hepatic lesions which are mostly seen in children under the age of 2. Some authors consider them to be developmental anomalies rather than cystic neoplasia 9,12.  Epidemiology Hepatic mesenchymal hamartomas typically occur in children and neon...
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Epicondyle fracture (elbow)

Epicondyle fractures are common injuries in children. They represent 10% of all elbow fractures in children and usually occur in boys after a fall on an outstretched arm. Medial epicondyle fractures comprise most of these injuries. They can usually be treated with splinting and early physiother...
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Ovarian germ cell tumor

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Luke Danaher
Published 16 Feb 2014
74% complete
X-rayUltrasoundCT
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Neuroblastoma with skull metastases

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Tamir Abdeljawad Ajeez
Published 06 Aug 2014
80% complete
CTX-ray
Article

CLOVES syndrome

CLOVES syndrome is an acronym denoting a rare condition consisting of: Congenital Lipomatous Overgrowth Vascular malformations Epidermal nevi Skeletal/Scoliosis/Spinal anomalies Terminology Although first described as CLOVE the term "CLOVES" syndrome, with the "S" emphasizing the skeletal ...
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Focal periphyseal edema zone

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Yuan Ling
Published 31 Jul 2015
92% complete
MRI
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Gymnast wrist

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Yuan Ling
Published 10 Aug 2015
88% complete
X-ray
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Ileocolic intussusception

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mahmoud Yacout Alabd
Published 22 Nov 2015
89% complete
CTX-ray
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Complete ureteral duplication with vesico ureteric reflux

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Prashanth M N
Published 09 May 2016
94% complete
Fluoroscopy
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Button battery esophageal impaction

 Diagnosis certain
Dr David Chang
Published 19 Jul 2018
91% complete
X-ray
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Pediatric abdomen (lateral decubitus view)

The lateral decubitus radiograph is an additional projection for assessing the pediatric abdomen. This view is ideal for displaying free air in the abdomen and/or if the patient is unable to lie supine 1. As radiation dose is an important consideration for pediatric imaging, the lateral decubitu...
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Spinal arachnoid cyst

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ammar Haouimi
Published 30 Jun 2019
77% complete
MRI
Article

Pediatric abdomen (supine cross-table lateral view)

The supine cross-table lateral view is an additional projection to demonstrate the pediatric abdomen. As radiation dose is an important consideration for pediatric imaging, the horizontal beam lateral view is not often performed; although this will vary based on the department. Indications Thi...
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Apophyseal stress injury

Apophyseal stress injury is a chronic overuse injury of the apophysis and a relatively common type of injury in young athletes. Terminology This entity has often been termed as apophysitis. However, as the suffix '-itis' is usually used in inflammatory-mediated conditions, it is regarded by ma...
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Elbow series (pediatrics)

The elbow series for pediatrics is a set of radiographs taken to investigate elbow joint pathology, often in the context of trauma. It usually comprises an anteroposterior and lateral projection in order to minimize radiation dose to the patient. Depending on the department and clinical indicati...
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Forearm series (pediatrics)

The forearm series for pediatrics comprises an anteroposterior and lateral projection. These projections examine the entire radius and ulna including the distal and proximal articulations. Indications Forearm x-rays are indicated for a variety of settings including: trauma bony tenderness s...
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Inhaled foreign body

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jane McEniery
Published 28 Apr 2020
94% complete
X-ray
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Malpositioned nasogastric tube

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jane McEniery
Published 28 Apr 2020
91% complete
X-ray
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Left lower lobe pneumonia

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jane McEniery
Published 28 Apr 2020
91% complete
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