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A 6-year-old male with acute appendicitis and fever. A: Distended appendix with dirty intraluminal fluid and hyperemia of appendiceal wall on color Doppler study (arrows). Periappendiceal mesenteric fat infiltration was identified; B: Because of lobar pneumonia, surgery was delayed and antibiotic therapy given. On follow-up ultrasonography 3 d later, the maximal outer diameter of appendix (arrows) was decreased to 4 mm with disappearance of intraluminal content; C: On follow-up after 6 d, the wall layers of the appendix (arrows) had recovered significantly. Periappendiceal mesenteric fat change had almost resolved.

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Emphysematous cholecystitis is caused by gas-forming bacteria such as Clostridium perfringens, Escherichia coli, and Klebsiella and is more likely to occur in diabetic patients[64]. The presence of gas within gallbladder wall or lumen is key for radiologic diagnosis (Figure 14A). Intraluminal gas produces dirty acoustic shadowing with comet-tail or ring-down artifact on US (Figure 14B). This may resemble a contracted gallbladder filled with gallstones or porcelain gallbladder[65]. CT is the most sensitive modality for emphysematous cholecystitis, capable of pinpointing the precise location of gas.

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Dr. Jellinek and Dr. Murphy have published more than fifty papers validating the PSC and exploring its use in a wide variety of pediatric and mental health settings. The PSC is a 35-item questionnaire used to measure overall psychosocial functioning in children and adolescents that has been translated into more than two dozen languages, a youth self-report and a brief 17-item versions for parents and youth. All versions of the PSC are available for free in the "PSC Forms" section of this page.




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