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Mediastinal anatomy is well depicted by MRI. This article discusses the role of thoracic MRI in evaluating mediastinal, parenchymal, and pleural abnormalities in children. It is particularly useful in the evaluation of vascular anomalies and assessment of intraspinal extension of neuroblastoma...
Magnetic resonance imaging is an excellent cross-sectional imaging study for the evaluation of pediatric pathology. This article outlines its role in the evaluation of abdominal masses in children, including lesions arising in the adrenal glands, kidneys, liver, and pelvic organs.
MRI has become a useful study for evaluating the musculoskeletal system. This article discusses the technique of pediatric musculoskeltal MRI and its practical applications. MRI appearances of various pathologic entities, including infection, neoplasms, marrow disorders, and joint diseases, are...
MRI is an important tool for evaluating acute and chronic injuries to the musculoskeletal system. It is effective in demonstrating abnormalities in the knee and hips and in detecting bone and ligamentous trauma that is not evident radiographically.
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