1. Daneman A, Navarro O (2003) Intussusception Part 1: A review of diagnostic approaches. Pediatr Radiol 33:79-85

2. Daneman A, Navarro O (2004) Intussusception Part 2: An update on the evolution of management. Pediatr Radiol 34:97-108

3. Navarro O, Daneman A (2004) Intussusception Part 3: Diagnosis and management of those with an identifiable or predisposing cause and those that reduce spontaneously. Pediatr Radiol 34:305-312

4. McDermott VGM (1994) Childhood intussusception and approaches to treatment: a historical review. Pediatr Radiol 24:153-155

5. Daneman A, Navarro O (2005) Intussusception: the debate endures. Pediatr Radiol 35:95-96

6. del-Pozo G, Albillos JC, Tejedor D et al (1999) Intussusception in children: current concepts in diagnosis and enema reduction. Radiographics 19:299-319

7. Pracros JP, Tran-Minh VA, Morin DE et al (1987) Acute intestinal intussusception in children: contribution of ultrasonography (145 cases). Ann Radiol 30:525-530

8. Verschelden P, Filiatraut D, Garel L et al (1992) Intussusception in children: reliability of US in diagnosis - a prospective study. Radiology 184:741-744

9. del-Pozo G, Abillos JC, Tejedor D (1996) Intussusception: US findings with pathologic correlation - the crescent-in-dough-nut sign. Radiology 199:688-692

10. Eklof O, Thonell S (1984) Conventional abdominal radiography as a means to rule out ileocaecal intussusception. Acta Radiol Diagn 25:265-267

11. Sargent MA, Babyn P, Alton DJ (1994) Plain abdominal radiography in suspected intussusception: a reassessment. Pediatr Radiol 24:17-20

12. Gu L, Alton DJ, Daneman A et al (1988) Intussusception reduction in children by rectal insufflation of air. AJR Am J Roentgenol 150:1345-1348

13. Rohrschneider WK, Troger J (1995) Hydrostatic reduction of intussusception under US guidance. Pediatr Radiol 25:530-534

14. Todani T, Sato Y, Watanabe Y et al (1990) Air reduction for intussusception in infancy and childhood: ultrasonographic diagnosis and management without X-ray exposure. Z Kinderchir 45:222-226

15. Wang G, Liu S (1988) Enema reduction of intussusception by hydrostatic pressure under ultrasound guidance. A report of 377 cases. J Pediatr Surg 23:814-818

16. Daneman A, Alton DJ, Ein S et al (1995) Perforation during attempted intussusception reduction in children - a comparison of perforation with barium and air. Pediatr Radiol 25:81-88

17. Rohrschneider W, Troger J, Betsch B (1994) The post reduction donut sign. Pediatr Radiol 24:166-160

18. Navarro OM, Daneman A, Chae A (2004) Intussusception: the use of delayed, repeated reduction attempts and the management of intussusceptions due to pathologic lead points in pe-diatric patients. AJR Am J Roentgenol 182:1169-1176

19. Daneman A, Alton DJ, Lobo E et al (1998) Patterns of recurrence of intussusception in children: a 17 year review. Pediatr Radiol 28:913-919

20. Kornecki A, Daneman A, Navarro O et al (2000) Spontaneous reduction of intussusception: clinical spectrum, management and outcome. Pediatr Radiol 30:58-63

21. Navarro O, Dugougeat F, Kornecki A et al (2000) The impact of imaging in the management of intussusception owing to pathologic lead points in children. A review of 43 cases. Pediatr Radiol 30:594-603

22. Hughes UM, Connolly BL, Chait PG, Muraca S (2000) Further report of small-bowel intussusceptions related to gas-trojejunostomy tubes. Pediatr Radiol 30:614-617

Fig. 9. Sonogram shows an intussusception due to a gastrojejunostomy tube (arrow). The tube is easily recognised in the centre of the intussusception as an echogenic focus with posterior acoustic shadowing

10 Ways To Fight Off Cancer

10 Ways To Fight Off Cancer

Learning About 10 Ways Fight Off Cancer Can Have Amazing Benefits For Your Life The Best Tips On How To Keep This Killer At Bay Discovering that you or a loved one has cancer can be utterly terrifying. All the same, once you comprehend the causes of cancer and learn how to reverse those causes, you or your loved one may have more than a fighting chance of beating out cancer.

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment