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Peds Imaging


Endotracheal tube should be located: below the thoracic inlet and above the carina
Thickening along the lateral and apical portions of the lung is seen in: pleural effusions (usu 2/2 chylothorax)
UAC tip should be at: L3-L4 or T6-T10 (if L1-L2, risk of thrombosis)
Test of choice for pyloric stenosis U/S: donut shaped mx (olive mass to R of umbilicus)
Double bubble on x-ray duodenal atresia
Most common GI emergency in premature infants necrotizing enterocolitis
Meckel diverticulum: if hx of bleeding: get nuclear medicine study
Most masses in abdomen arise from: kidneys, most commonly hydronephrosis
Best studies for renal function / detail: IV urogram; f/u studies with US or nuclear med
Most common pulmonary mass is: round pneumonia (bacterial pneumo)
The most common middle mediastinal mass Lymphadenopathy
Earliest radiographic finding in necrotizing enterocolitis is: air within the bowel wall (pneumatosis)
Hyaline membrane disease on CXR Bilateral atelectasis with ground glass appearance. Air bronchograms. Hypoinflation / doming of diaphragms.
Meconium aspiration syndrome on CXR Hyperinflation with patchy infiltrates. Pneumothorax present in 20-50% of affected infants.
Created by: Abarnard