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What is Radiation?

As a pediatric radiologist I have to be constantly aware of the radiation exposure I may be giving to my patients in my daily practice. Children are more sensitive to the effects of radiation, and they have a longer life to live to experience the potential sequelae of too much radiation. But radiation is also … Continue reading

Pediatric Radiology Waiting Room

A physician’s waiting room is never a great place to spend a lot of time.  I thought the above comic was a great spin on the popular book 50 Shades of Grey. You can find more great comics from J. Chang MD on PoorMD. As a father of two kids, I am sincerely grateful that these … Continue reading

Contrast Enhanced MR for Acute Appendicitis in Children

The past 9 months have been extremely busy and I haven’t been able to be as active as I would like on RadiologyPics.com, but now I can finally share why. With the help of my co-authors John H. Naheedy and Peter G. Kruk, we published an article in Pediatric Radiology entitled “Diagnostic Performance of Contrast Enhanced MR for … Continue reading

Pediatric Radiology is Awesome

I’m a fan of all areas of radiology, but there are many reasons why pediatric radiology is what I will eventually devote my career in medicine to. More to come on that later. But for now, who wouldn’t want to work in a department with a yellow submarine CT scanner?

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