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SPR Wiki Glossary

Often, those who have been in an industry for a long time or are experts about a specific topic tend to forget that not everyone has that same level of knowledge. The SPR Wiki Glossary is where pediatric radiologists can store definitions for words, phrases, and terms related to pediatric radiology. 

One of SPR Wiki Glossary's best features, and why "Wiki" is included in the name, is that all members can add glossary entries and even request definitions for words and phrases you do not know. In addition, you can add tags and comments to entries, and even links to related resources, if information about a particular glossary entry already exists elsewhere. 


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#MR MR enterography 1. Patient Preparation: a. Sedation/anesthesia- usually < 7 years of age b. Non-sedate cases NPO 4-6 hours prior to scan c. Arrive for appointment 1 hour prior to scan to begin taking oral contrast d. Oral contrast preparations: Dilute barium ...
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Liver DYNAMIC MultiHance/Primovist protocol_SPR Coverage: upper abdomen up to lower pole of kidneys Good for any focal liver lesion, especially FNH. Good for portal hypertension with focal liver lesion and bile leaks Contrast injection happens ...
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  Date Created: 1.15.2020 MRCP (Magnetic Resonance Cholangio Pancreatography ) A) Preparation or initial instructions : Fast at least 4 hours prior to exam Coil: body array coil (modify based on child’s age) Coverage: inferior lung bases through ...
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Pelvis (Female): Uterine/Vaginal abnormality Preparation: Fast at least 4 hours prior to exam Empty the bladder before scan Coverage – from iliac crest to pubic symphysis Adjust slice thickness (3-­‐5mm typically) and matrix to pt size and scan time ...
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Liver iron quantitation. Proton density fat fraction. MR elastography.
  Date Created: 1.15.2020 MR Urography   A) Preparation or initial instructions : Sedation/anesthesia-­‐ usually < 7 years of age Non-­‐sedate cases NPO 4 hours prior to scan Hydration-­‐ 20cc/kg bolus prior to imaging Bladder Catheterization-­‐ ...

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