Pediatric Radiology (PEDIATR RADIOL )
Official Journal of the European Society of Pediatric Radiology and The Society for Pediatric Radiology Pediatric Radiology informs its readers of new findings and progress in all areas of pediatric imaging and in related fields. This is achieved by a blend of original papers complemented by reviews that set out the present state of knowledge in a particular area of the specialty or summarize specific topics in which discussion has led to clear conclusions. Advances in technology methodology apparatus and auxiliary equipment are presented and modifications of standard techniques are described.
- Impact factor1.57Show impact factor historyHide impact factor history
- 5-year impact1.63
- Cited half-life7.10
- Immediacy index0.24
- Article influence0.49
- WebsitePediatric Radiology website
- Other titlesPediatric radiology
- Material typePeriodical, Internet resource
- Document typeJournal / Magazine / Newspaper, Internet Resource
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- Classification green
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ABSTRACT: Background The Genant semiquantitative (GSQ) method has been a standard procedure for diagnosis of vertebral fractures in adults but has only recently been shown to be of clinical utility in children. Observer agreement using the GSQ method in this age group has not been described. Objective To evaluate observer agreement on vertebral readability and vertebral fracture diagnosis using the GSQ method in pediatric vertebral morphometry. Materials and methods Spine radiographs of 186 children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia were evaluated independently by three radiologists using the same GSQ methodology as in adults. A subset of 100 radiographs was evaluated on two occasions. Results An average of 4.7% of vertebrae were unreadable for the three radiologists. Intraobserver Cohen’s kappa (κ) on readability ranged from 0.434 to 0.648 at the vertebral level and from 0.416 to 0.611 at the patient level, while interobserver κ for readability had a range of 0.330 to 0.504 at the vertebral level and 0.295 to 0.467 at the patient level. Intraobserver κ for the presence of vertebral fracture had a range of 0.529 to 0.726 at the vertebral level and was 0.528 to 0.767 at the patient level. Interobserver κ for fracture at the vertebral level ranged from 0.455 to 0.548 and from 0.433 to 0.486 at the patient level. Conclusion Most κ values for both intra- and interobserver agreement in applying the GSQ method to pediatric spine radiographs were in the moderate to substantial range, comparable to the performance of the technique in adult studies. The GSQ method should be considered for use in pediatric research and clinical practice.Pediatric Radiology 01/2013;
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:137-138.
Article: Ultrasound of the paediatric chestPediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:65-66.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41(2):278-279.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:200-200.
Article: Molecular imaging in pediatricsPediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:85-85.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:404 - 405.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:245-246.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41(11):1486-1488.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; v.41:324.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:86-87.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:215-216.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2011; 41:136-136.
- Pediatric Radiology 01/2010; 40(7):1306-1307.
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