By Leonard E. Swischuk
The hot version of this renowned textbook of pediatric radiology offers a transparent and concise review of pediatric affliction within the neonate, youngster, and younger baby. equipped by means of organ procedure, each one bankruptcy covers general anatomy and adaptations, congenital anomalies, and customary affliction techniques. Many basic motion pictures are integrated as a foundation for realizing pathology and spotting basic editions which are simply harassed with irregular findings. New to the 5th version: an appendix of differential diagnosis/summary tables for speedy reference, accelerated chapters at the stomach and head, and fabric on 3D imaging and HRCT.
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51. Retained fluid syndrome. A. Note pronounced, bilateral parahilar, radiating infIltrates and some fluid in the minor fIssure. These changes often are misinterpreted for pneu monia or congestive heart failure. B. Lateral view demonstrates overaeration, parahilar streaki ness, and fluid in the pleural fIssures. C. Same infant 24 hours later demonstrates virtual clearing of the lungs. A little overaeration persists. 52. Retained fluid syndrome: other configurations. A. In this infant, pulmonary vascular congestion is mimicked.
4. Swischuk LE, Shetty B, John SD. The lungs i n immatute infants: how important is surfactant therapy in pteventing chronic lung problems? Pediatr RadioI 1996;26: 508-5 1 1 . 5 . Kao LC, Durand DJ, McCrea RC, et al. Randomized trial oflong term diuretic therapy for infants with oxygen-dependent bron chopulmonary dysplasia. J Pediatr 1994;124:772-7 8 1 . 6. Wood Bp, Davitt MA, Metlay LA. Lung disease in the very imma ture neonate: radiographic and microscopic correlation. Pediatr RadioI 1 989;20:33-40.