Pediatric radiology is a wide and diverse branch of the specialty of Radiology, and regards diagnostic and interventional examinations of the whole body of children and adolescents, aged 0-18 years. Pediatric radiology is a multimodality specialty where ultrasonography, fluoroscopy, radiography, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as well as nuclear medicine techniques are performed. Technical advances in ultrasonography, CT, and MRI has become an important part in pediatric diagnostics especially in the cardiac- and oncology imaging. Children constitute an important part of the patients at Oslo University Hospital.
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