Cervical Pathologies in Children

  • G. Kalifa
  • J. Poncin
  • N. Sellier

Abstract

Exploration of the thyroid gland and the diagnosis of neck masses constitute the two major indications for cervical ultrasound in children.

Keywords

Lymphoma Adenoma Radionuclide Sarcoma Neuroblastoma 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Kalifa
  • J. Poncin
  • N. Sellier

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