Thomas L Slovis


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Thomas L

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Slovis

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-08 Consensus statement on abusive head trauma in infants and young children in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2017-11 Walter E. Berdon, MD (1930–2017) in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2017-04 Initial response of the European Society of Paediatric Radiology and Society for Pediatric Radiology to the Swedish Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Assessment of Social Services’ document on the triad of shaken baby syndrome in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2016-05 The etiology and significance of fractures in infants and young children: a critical multidisciplinary review in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2015-03 What you need to know about statistics, part II: reliability of diagnostic and screening tests in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2015-02 What you need to know about statistics Part I: validity of diagnostic and screening tests in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2015 Musculoskeletal Imaging Strategies and Controlling Radiation Exposure in PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDIC IMAGING
  • 2014-10 Expert opinion: what are the greatest challenges and barriers to applying evidence-based and practical approaches to preclinical and clinical research in the field of pediatric radiology? in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2014-10 Boots on the ground: how to influence your local radiology departments to use appropriate CT dose in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2013-10 Gonadal shielding for neonates in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2013-02 An amazing accomplishment—CT manufacturers deserve our thanks in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2012-12 The changing of the guard in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2012-08 The creation of non-disease: an assault on the diagnosis of child abuse in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2012-03 Reply to Greenberg: indeed, what has changed! in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2012-01 Ownership in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2011-09 Sedation and anesthesia issues in pediatric imaging in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2011-09 Where we were, what has changed, what needs doing: a decade of progress in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2011-08 R. Parker Allen, MD (March 13, 1919–October 1, 2010) in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2011-05 How many strikes does it take till we are out? in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2011-04 Concerning plagiarism in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2011-01 Looking ahead in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2010-10 Raising the bar in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2010-04 The pediatric radiologist approaching retirement in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2010-02 A renaissance man in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2009-11 The ALARA concept in pediatric oncology in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2009-08 Editorial changes in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2009-08 Response to Galaznik, Cohen & Scheimberg, and Rorke-Adams & Christian in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2009-04 Malrotation: some answers but more questions in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2009-03 The pathophysiology does not denote the mechanism in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2009-02 A job well done in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2008-12 The vital reviewer in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2008-11 Evaluating the data concerning vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency and child abuse in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2008-11 Vitamin D insufficiency/deficiency – a conundrum in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2008-11 The art of communication: strategies to improve patient and information flow in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2008-08 Aerosol Delivery in Ventilated Newborn Pigs: An MRI Evaluation in PEDIATRIC RESEARCH
  • 2008-01 Magnetic resonance urography (MRU) course introduction in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2008-01 Wilms tumour minisymposium in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2007-06 The path less travelled—a road to success in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2007-05 The easier path—a blueprint for failure in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2007-04 Safety in pediatric MR and cardiac CT in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2006-07 Another transition in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2006-03 Hepatoblastoma: why so many low-birth-weight infants? in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005-09 Getting back to basics in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005-04 A reward long overdue in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005 Chest Examinations in Children in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005 Abdominal Imaging in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005 Abdominal and Pelvic Masses in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005 Understanding Radiation and Its Effect on Children in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005 Skeleton in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
  • 2005 Central Nervous System in PEDIATRIC RADIOLOGY
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