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Foreign body aspiration
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Uterus didelphis
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Coxitis fugax
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Arnold Chiari Malformation Type II
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New publications in Pediatrics and Pediatric Radiology:

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Bilateral ectopic cervical thymus presenting as a neck mass: Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging. (Pediatr Int) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Dual-energy compared to single-energy CT in pediatric imaging: a phantom study for DECT clinical guidance. (Pediatr Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Effect of the forward-projected model-based iterative reconstruction solution algorithm on image quality and radiation dose in pediatric cardiac computed tomography. (Pediatr Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Echocardiography and Focused Cardiac Ultrasound. (Pediatr Crit Care Med) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Radiogenomics: towards a personalized radiation oncology. (Curr Opin Pediatr) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Impact of Chest Radiography on Antibiotic Treatment for Children With Suspected Pneumonia. (Pediatr Emerg Care) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Incidence of actionable findings on contrast enhanced magnetic resonance angiography ordered for pulmonary embolism evaluation. (Eur J Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Pediatric Brain: Repeated Exposure to Linear Gadolinium-based Contrast Material Is Associated with Increased Signal Intensity at Unenhanced T1-weighted MR Imaging. (Radiology) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Longitudinal MRI and Ferritin Monitoring of Iron Overload in Chronically Transfused and Chelated Children With Sickle Cell Anemia and Thalassemia Major. (J Pediatr Hematol Oncol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Age related changes in brain MR appearance in the course of neurocutaneous melanosis. (Eur J Radiol) -> Read more...







15 October 2013 (Tue):


Kinderradiologische Oberärztin / Oberarzt gesucht

Die Vestische Kinder- und Jugendklinik Datteln ist ein modernes Fachkrankenhaus für Pädiatrie mit 251 Betten. Träger der Klinik ist die Vestische Caritas-Klinken GmbH, Datteln.

In unserer Universitäts- Kinder- und Jugendklinik bestehen neben zahlreichen Subdisziplinen in der Pädiatrie auch mehrere eigenständige Abteilungen.

Zum 1.1.2014 ist an der Vestischen Kinder- und Jugendklinik Datteln die Position einer/s Oberärztin / Oberarztes in der Abteilung Pädiatrische Radiologie zu besetzen.

Alternativ suchen wir eine/n radiologische Fachärztin / Facharzt zur Erlangung der Schwerpunktbezeichnung Kinderradiologie


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16 October 2013 (Wed):


Kinderspital Zürich sucht Oberärztin / Oberarzt (100 %)

Das Kinderspital Zürich ist das grösste pädiatrische und kinderchirurgische Zentrum der Schweiz und erbringt mit seinen rund 2’000 Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern anspruchsvolle Dienstleistungen in der stationären Akutmedizin, im Notfall, in der Rehabilitation sowie im ambulanten Bereich.

Suchen Sie eine spannende Tätigkeit in einem zukunftsorientierten Unternehmen? Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams in der Bilddiagnostik suchen wir eine/n Oberärztin / Oberarzt 100 %


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17 October 2013 (Thu):


Universitätsklinikum Jena sucht eine Ärztin/einen Arzt in Weiterbildung in Vollzeit

Das Universitätsklinikum Jena mit 26 Kliniken, 1.400 Betten und über 4.900 Mitarbeitern erfüllt alle Aufgaben der Grund-, Regel, und Maximalversorgung. Die Sektion Kinderradiologie ist das Versorgungszentrum für Kinder und Jugendliche mit bildgebenden Verfahren. Ausgezeichnete technische Untersuchungsmöglichkeiten an modernen, kontrastmittelfähigen Sonographie- und Röntgengeräten sowie 1.5 und 3.0 Tesla MR Tomographen inklusive MR-Inkubator und 64 Zeilen Computertomographen mit iterativer Rekonstruktionstechnik stehen zur Verfügung. Der Leiter besitzt die komplette Weiterbildungsermächtigung im Schwerpunkt Kinderradiologie und die Stufe III der DEGUM-Sektion Pädiatrie.

Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams der Sektion Kinderradiologie suchen wir zum nächstmöglichen Termin
eine Ärztin/einen Arzt in Weiterbildung
in Vollzeit.


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19 October 2013 (Sat):


CME Kurs: Paediatric Body MRI

CME Kurs Titel: Paediatric Body MRI: What every radiologist and technologist scanning children & adolescents needs to know!

Kursziel: Apply to routine clinical practice various MRI techniques to various body parts in children, including chest, abdomen, pelvis, cardiac and MSK examinations.

Perform MRCP, Liver MRI, MR Urography, MR Enterography, cardiac MRI and MR angiography in children.

Review various contrast media used in MRI and discuss their specific properties and uses.

Evaluate current applications and role of body MRI in children.
Recognize and assess the clinical and imaging features of common vascular malformations and superficial lesions in children.

Wann: October 19th – 20th, 2013

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CME course: Paediatric Body MRI

CME course title: Paediatric Body MRI: What every radiologist and technologist scanning children & adolescents needs to know!

Course Objectives:
Apply to routine clinical practice various MRI techniques to various body parts in children, including chest, abdomen, pelvis, cardiac and MSK examinations.

Perform MRCP, Liver MRI, MR Urography, MR Enterography, cardiac MRI and MR angiography in children.

Review various contrast media used in MRI and discuss their specific properties and uses.

Evaluate current applications and role of body MRI in children.
Recognize and assess the clinical and imaging features of common vascular malformations and superficial lesions in children.

When: October 19th – 20th, 2013


Please refer to the attached PDF brochure for more details and how to register. Download brochure


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