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In pediatric neuroradiology, as in pediatric radiology in general, "children are not little adults; infants are not little children; newborn are not little infants." The author writes with the same aplomb and alacrity as has been evident in his lectures at the successful annual Symposia on Pediatric Neuroradiology at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago. In this book, his experience with over 4,000 pediatric neuroradiologic examinations is lucidly presented, including an abundance of illustrations, mostly roentgenographic pictures but also line drawings, several of which are in color. The illustrations beautifully complement the text as it progressively unfolds; but, because there are no separate explanations for each figure, the reader cannot refer to the illustrated material independent of the text. In addition, the author expects the reader to be familiar with general concepts and terminology of adult craniocerebral neuroradiology with the apparent assumption that these include the technical details of pediatric neuroradiologic
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