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Tethered spinal cord with filum terminale lipoma
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Multiple ossifications within cranial sutures (WORMIAN bones)
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Duplicated Renal Collecting System with Hydronephrosis of the Upper Pole Moiety due to Ectopic Ureter
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Vessel Furrows of the Cranial Vault (predominantly frontal)
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New publications in Pediatrics and Pediatric Radiology:

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Unenhanced 320-row multidetector computed tomography of the brain in children: comparison of image quality and radiation dose among wide-volume, one-shot volume, and helical scan modes. (Pediatr Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Dura to spinal cord distance at different vertebral levels in children and its implications on epidural analgesia: A retrospective MRI-based study. (Paediatr Anaesth) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Pediatric contrast-enhanced ultrasound in the United States: a survey by the Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Task Force of the Society for Pediatric Radiology. (Pediatr Radiol) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Prenatal diagnosis of Apert syndrome using ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, and three-dimensional virtual/physical models: three case series and literature review. (Childs Nerv Syst) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles PET/CT with18F Fluorocholine as an Imaging Biomarker for Chronic Liver Disease: A Preliminary Radiopathologic Correspondence Study in Patients with Liver Cancer. (Radiology) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Prognostic Value of Metabolic and Volumetric Parameters of FDG PET in Pediatric Osteosarcoma: A Hypothesis-generating Study. (Radiology) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Spectrum of Coronary Artery Aneurysms: From the Radiologic Pathology Archives. (Radiographics) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Bottom-of-sulcus focal cortical dysplasia presenting as epilepsia partialis continua multimodality characterization including 7T MRI. (Childs Nerv Syst) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles MRI is Better Than CT Scan for Detection of Structural Pathologies After Traumatic Posterior Hip Dislocations in Children and Adolescents. (J Pediatr Orthop) -> Read more...

Read the newest Pediatric Radiology articles Circulating biomarkers in extremely preterm infants associated with ultrasound indicators of brain damage. (Eur J Paediatr Neurol) -> Read more...







27 June 2011 (Mon):


Senior Paediatric Radiologist in Pediatric Radiology section needed

The University Hospital of Jena meets with 1,400 beds and more than 4,500 employees the claims of basic, normal and maximum medical care. The Section of Paediatric Radiology supplies young patients with all contemporary imaging treatments. You will find perfect conditions in a cooperative working atmosphere with excellent technical examination possibilities at modern ultrasound and x-ray devices. The Department operates four 1.5, one 3.0 Tesla MR-tomograph and two 64-lines-computer tomographs. We offer a miscellaneous interdisciplinary work with a wide spectrum of imaging methods. The Head of Section is authorized for the complete residency training in the specialty Paediatric Radiology and is highest level instructor of the German Society of Ultrasound in Medicine (specialty Paediatric Radiology).



The Section of Paediatric Radiology (Head of Section: Prof. Dr. H.-J. Mentzel) offers with immediate effect the position of a Senior Paediatric Radiologist (Oberarzt).



Please find more information about this position in the followng PDF file: Stellenangebot PDF



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Facharzt als Oberärztin / Oberarzt in Sektion Kinderradiologie gesucht

Das Universitätsklinikum Jena mit ca. 1.400 Betten und 51 Kliniken und Instituten erfüllt alle Aufgaben der Grund-, Regel- und Maximalversorgung. Die Sektion Kinderradiologie ist das Versorgungszentrum für Kinder und Jugendliche mit allen bildgebenden Verfahren. Ausgezeichnete technische Untersuchungsmöglichkeiten an modernen, kontrastmittelfähigen Sonographie- und Röntgengeräten sowie an 1.5 und 3.0 Tesla MR Tomographen und 64 Zeilen Computertomographen stehen zur Verfügung. Der Leiter besitzt die komplette Weiterbildungsermächtigung im Schwerpunkt Kinderradiologie und die Stufe III der DEGUM-Sektion Pädiatrie.



Zur Verstärkung des Teams der Sektion Kinderradiologie (Leitung: Prof. Dr. H.-J. Mentzel) suchen wir zum nächstmöglichen Termin eine Fachärztin / einen Facharzt als Oberärztin / Oberarzt.



Bitte entnehmen Sie mehr Informationen der folgenden PDF-Datei: Stellenangebot PDF


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