Fluid Levels in Pediatric Imaging: A Pictorial Review
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Fluid levels appearances are not uncommon findings in different diagnostic modalities including radiography, ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. The significance of such signs varies according to the involved sites and the clinical settings. Familiarity with their imaging features and their diagnostic value as well as their clinical implication are of paramount importance for the radiologist and the clinician. We aim to review a spectrum of examples of fluid levels encountered with different modalities in paediatric imaging and discuss their appearances and clinical significances.
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