Awards are given at the SPR annual meeting and are based in part on the content being most useful in promoting quality imaging that might be accessed in low-resource settings.
Thoracic Ultrasound - Say What? A Special Diagnostic Tool in Pediatric Population
... Nowadays, the reduction of exposure to ionizing radiation in children is advocated by the “as low as reasonably achievable” (ALARA) principle, and therefore, ultrasound (US) has become the main investigation ... educational exhibit is to describe the normal artefacts produced by LUS in a healthy lung to distinguish them from pathologic patterns and the application of LUS in pediatric diseases and procedures (ultrasound-Guided ... Then, we present a spectrum of cases from two institutions in our country using ultrasound as the main method. ... Read more
Authors: Gual Fabiana, Sameshima Yoshino, Otto Debora, Braga Fernanda, Cardoso Mariana, Fernandes-ferreira Rafael, Souza Antonio
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Using Artificial Intelligence to Interpret Pneumonia CXR (chest X ray) Findings in Children with a Phone Application Platform
Purpose or Case Report: CXR is the most common imaging method to diagnose pneumonia in children in limited-resource settings. There is a need to simplify and expedite its interpretation. By using a machine learning model to first classify and interpret the pne... Read More
Meeting Name: SPR 2022 Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course
Authors: Thompson Russell, Pieciak Rachel, Gill Christopher, Li Jason, Wang Kaihong, Etter Lauren, Camelo Ingrid, Castro-aragon Ilse, Setty Bindu, Chang Hailey, Betke Margaret
Purpose or Case Report: A palpable finding along the chest wall is a frequent indication for pediatric ultrasound. Accurate identification of benign lesions can reassure families and appropriately triage patients who need follow-up, cross sectional imaging, or... Read More
Meeting Name: SPR 2020 Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course
Authors: Colucci Philip, Cohen Sara, Baad Michael, Pomeranz Christy, Collins Lee, Kovanlikaya Arzu
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