Pediatric Imaging

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Feature | June 04, 2015 | Jeff Zagoudis
As one might expect, pediatric imaging presents a unique set of challenges compared to working with adult patients....
Children's National, Sheikh Zayed, MR-HIFU, focused ultrasound, osteoid osteoma
News | June 03, 2015
Doctors from the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children's National Health System are the...
neuroimaging, CT, MRI, children, adolescents, sports-related concussions, JNS
News | June 01, 2015
Researchers from the Canada North Concussion Network in Manitoba examined neuroimaging studies obtained in children and...
ISR, WHA, WHO, pediatric imaging, radiation safety, Geneva
News | June 01, 2015
Four World Health Organization (WHO) member states and nine non-governmental organizations (NGOs) co-organized a side...
Hodgkin lymphoma, pediatric imaging, guidelines, radiation therapy, FDG-PET, CT
News | March 04, 2015
The International Lymphoma Radiation Oncology Group (ILROG) has issued a guideline outlining the use of 3-D computed...
News | February 20, 2015
Pediatric cardiology researchers and clinicians from numerous centers around the world gathered at the Cardiology 2015...
Bayer Healthcare, Gadavist, FDA, approval, pediatric patients, contrast media

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Technology | January 06, 2015
Bayer HealthCare announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Gadavist (gadobutrol)...
Kubtec, KUB 250, pediatric imaging, digital radiography, portable X-ray
Technology | December 17, 2014
Kubtec announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of the KUB 250, a portable low-dose digital X-ray...
Nuclear imaging, Clinical trial/study, ADHA, 3-D SPECT imaging
News | December 16, 2014
A recently published study from Toronto, Canada found that patients who utilized 3-D SPECT were able to get a clearer...
children, x-rays, Mayo Clinic, unnecessary, RSNA 2014, study
Feature | December 09, 2014
Some children are receiving chest X-rays that may be unnecessary and offer no clinical benefit to the patient,...
radiation therapy, image guided radiation therapy

Radiation therapy

News | November 25, 2014
Consensus recommendations are needed in order to guide clinical decisions on the use of image guided radiation therapy ...

Kimberly Quayle, M.D., professor of pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, talks to patient Braden Clark of Vandalia, Ill., at St. Louis Children's Hospital. Braden suffered a head injury in a fall from a ladder. Quayle co-authored a study that looks at head injuries in children and teens. Credit: Robert Boston/Washington University

News | November 18, 2014
A study in which more than 43,000 children were evaluated for head trauma offers an unprecedented picture of how...
Feature | May 01, 2013
Texas Children's Hospital is the first children's hospital in the United States to begin using a positron emission...
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