Bone age for chronological age determination

In some situations, there is a need to verify or determine a person’s chronological age. It might be unknown or intentionally falsified e.g. in legal cases regarding child labour, sexual assault, prostitution, and sometimes for elite athletes.

Read here the recommendation from the ESPR musculoskeletal taskforce group

 

DOWNLOAD Bone age for chronological age determination

 


NOW ONLINE
European Guidelines on Diagnostic Reference levels for Paediatric Imaging

We are very pleased to inform you that the European Commission has just published the European Guidelines on DRLs for Paediatric Imaging, prepared by the PiDRL project, in the Radiation Protection series.

You can download the guidelines here: http://www.eurosafeimaging.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/rp_185.pdf

 


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ESPR 2019 – Postgraduate Course and Annual Meeting
May 14-18, 2019 – Helsinki/FI

May 14-15: Post Graduate Course, aiming at young radiologists in/after specialist training
May 16-18: Annual Meeting, offering state-of-the-art plenary and keynote lectures, special focus, taskforce, educational and research sessions

 

HIGHLIGHTED TOPICS

  • Radiation protection
  • Chest imaging: optimisation of x-rays, ultrasound, CT, MRI
  • Congenital heart disease
  • Gastrointestinal imaging: MRI, US, techniques and surgery
  • Musculoskeletal imaging including prone 3D-imaging, MRI and ultrasound, elbow
  • Vascular malformations: imaging and radiological treatment
  • Fetal imaging: neuro, cardiac, body and physics
  • Oncological MRI: primary diagnostics and followup
  • Neuroradiology: neonatal and acute MRI
  • Trauma: FAST and SLOW
  • Optimization
  • Radiographers and sonographers program

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