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We review some of the most common conditions in pediatric emergencies, the different imaging tests indicated in each case, and the imaging signs in each condition

S. Joseph; A. Guinot; M.-D. Leclair

2019

Scholarcy highlights

  • Knowing the abdominal conditions that are most common in each age group can help radiologists narrow the differential diagnosis
  • CT is reserved for specific indications and in individual cases, for example, in patients with high clinical suspicion of abdominal disease and inconclusive findings at ultrasonography
  • We review some of the most common conditions in pediatric emergencies, the different imaging tests indicated in each case, and the imaging signs in each condition
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  • Esophageal atresia is a rare condition, incompatible with life, and a surgical emergency in the neonatal period. It is associated with prematurity in 30% of cases, and to congenital abnormalities in 50% of cases, especially cardiac anomalies
  • In this article we review the normal examination and the most frequent abdominal Wall defects, its diagnosis and management

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