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Children versus Adults – Who is more sensitive to radiation?

Almost all parents at some point during their children’s lives will need to take their child to the hospital for some sort of illness. Whether it is a cough, fever, broken bone, or abdominal pain, a visit to the emergency room or urgent care will include some sort of radiology study and often that radiology … Continue reading

Normal Pediatric Upper GI

History: 1 day old infant with bilious emesis.  This is a normal upper GI study in a neonate. The patient is usually imaged first in the right lateral position and multiple images are obtained as contrast passes through to the duodenum and ligament of Treitz. The most common indication in the emergent setting is bilious … Continue reading