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Magnetic resonance imaging of epiploic appendagitis in children

Alessandro Boscarelli, Simone Frediani, Silvia Ceccanti, Ilaria Falconi, Gabriele Masselli, Emanuele Casciani, Denis A Cozzi
Journal of Pediatric Surgery 2016, 51 (12): 2123-2125
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In children, epiploic appendagitis has been seldom reported. We describe two children with clinical presentations mimicking appendicitis. A correct diagnosis was eventually achieved by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and confirmed at laparoscopy in the initial case. Our preliminary experience suggests that MRI is a valid and non-invasive alternative to computed tomography for characterization of unusual causes of pediatric abdominal pain in the acute hospital care setting.

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