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January 2022

Pediatric Disorders: Practical Imaging Guidelines and Recommendations
Edited by Edward Y. Lee

Despite being the oldest radiologic subspecialty, pediatric imaging has traditionally been considered a clinical discipline with limited high-quality scientific investigation. Therefore, imaging evaluation often relies on anecdotal personal accounts rather than evidence-based research. However, practical and optimal imaging management requires imaging guidelines and recommendations based on scientific evidence. Thus, the focus of this issue of the Radiologic Clinics of North America is to provide the readers with written resources based on scientific evidence that can be used in managing pediatric patients with frequently encountered and clinically relevant pediatric disorders in their daily clinical practice.

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