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Young appendicitis-possible patients well imaged with MRI over CT—and sometimes over ultrasound too

15:03 EDT 11 Aug 2017 | TriMed Media Group

MRI is as good as CT at confirming or ruling out acute appendicitis in children, teens and adolescents, and it doesn’t matter whether the reading radiologist is specialized in abdominal or pediatric practice.

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