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Small intestine invagination / small bowel intussusception
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Transient corticomedullary hyperechogenicity of the newborn kidney
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Asphyxiating thoracic dysplasia (Jeune syndrome)
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Esophageal atresia type IIIb
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New publications in Pediatrics and Pediatric Radiology:

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Usefulness of oblique coronal MR images of the knee after posterior cruciate ligament reconstructions. (Br J Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Imaging Findings of Congestive Hepatopathy. (Radiographics) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Age Predicts Disruption of the Articular Surface of the Femoral Condyles in Knee OCD: Can We Reduce Usage of Arthroscopy and MRI? (J Pediatr Orthop) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Increased signal intensities in the dentate nucleus and globus pallidus on unenhanced T1-weighted images: evidence in children undergoing multiple gadolinium MRI exams. (Pediatr Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Appropriate selection of MRI sequences for common scenarios in clinical practice. (Pediatr Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Lung Ultrasonography: A Viable Alternative to Chest Radiography in Children with Suspected Pneumonia? (J Pediatr) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Prospective Assessment of Correlation between US Acoustic Radiation Force Impulse and MR Elastography in a Pediatric Population: Dispersion of US Shear-Wave Speed Measurement Matters. (Radiology) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Ultrasound-guided percutaneous sclerosis of congenital splenic cysts using ethyl alcohol 96% and minocycline hydrochloride 10%: A pediatric series. (J Pediatr Surg) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Ultra-low-dose CT Imaging of the Thorax: Decreasing the Radiation Dose by One Order of Magnitude. (Indian J Pediatr) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles The role of chest radiography following pectus bar removal. (Pediatr Surg Int) -> Read more...







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FFF Kinderradiologie - Muskuloskelettale Radiologie im Kindesalter (Fit für den Facharzt)

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19 October 2010 (Tue):


Fellow-Stelle Pädiatrische Neuroradiologie

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Bei dieser Stelle handelt es sich um eine „Fellow“-Stelle zur Weiterbildung in Pädiatrischer Neuroradiologie, die gemeinsam vom Institut für Neuroradiologie Universitätsspital Zürich (Prof. A. Valavanis) und der Abteilung Bilddiagnostik am Zürcher Universitäts-Kinderspital (PD Dr. med. C. J. Kellenberger) neu zu besetzen ist. Sie werden in der Neuroradiologie und in der allgemeinen Pädiatrischen Radiologie (Nacht- und Wochenenddienst) mitarbeiten und sich an zahlreichen interdisziplinären Besprechungen und Rapporten beteiligen.

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