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Massive pneumomediastinum with subcutaneous emphysema after elective adenotonsillectomy in children : involvement of the Boyle-Davis mouth gag Universiteit Gent
Adenotonsillectomy, a very common surgical procedure in otorhinolaryngology, is considered easy and safe surgery. However, clinicians should be aware of some less common but potentially life-threatening complications. This report discusses subcutaneous emphysema with pneumomediastinum following elective adenotonsillar surgery in children. The Boyle-Davis mouth gag seemed to play a part in the pathogenic mechanism of this rare complication in ...
Staging clavicular development on magnetic resonance imaging : pitfalls and suggestions for age estimation Universiteit Gent
The use of magnetic resonance imaging in forensic age estimation of living children and subadults systematically reviewed Universiteit Gent
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of third molars, clavicles, and wrists for age estimation : a combined Bayesian approach Universiteit Gent
Splenic metabolic activity as biomarker in cervical cancer Universiteit Gent
MRI van de sacro-iliacale gewrichten bij vermoeden van axiale spondyloartritis : het verhaal stopt niet bij beenmergoedeem Universiteit Gent
Hip inflammatory conditions : a practical differential diagnosis algorithmic approach in adults and children Universiteit Gent
The child or adult patient presenting with acute hip pain in the absence of major trauma often presents a difficult diagnostic dilemma, due to the complex anatomy and diversity of pathology at the hip. A correct diagnosis is important because untreated hip inflammatory disease can lead to lifelong morbidity from structural damage at this weightbearing joint. An effective and efficient process of reaching an appropriate diagnosis often requires ...