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Challenging Cases in Pediatric Diagnosis 1st edition

Challenging Cases in Pediatric Diagnosis 1st edition

In this book, author presented 90 cases from Index of Suspicion and 10 cases from Visual Diagnosis that have been published since the year 2000.The real-life cases in Pediatrics in Review popular Index of Suspicion feature have intrigued and educated medical professionals for many years with unique cases to review and evaluate. Now the renowned journal’s editors have selected their “top 100” cases to create a fascinating collection that serves as a valuable mini-reference and learning tool.The book was indexed in American Academy of Pediatrics in 2016.

The method of presentation is as if you were rounding and having the case presented to you. The case is followed by questions and then a discussion as if you were discussing it on rounds or in a clinical conference. Includes 95 images of clinical findings.

Challenging Cases in Pediatric Diagnosis 1st edition
Challenging Cases in Pediatric Diagnosis 1st edition

Contents
PREFACE ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ix
PART 1. AUTOIMMUNE
Chapter 1. Growth Failure and Diarrhea in a 6-Week-Old………………………………….. 3
Chapter 2. Fever, Diarrhea, and Rash in a 9-Month-Old Boy………………………………. 9
Chapter 3. Recurrent Fevers in a 10-Year-Old Girl……………………………………………..13
Chapter 4. Increasing Fatigue, Dyspnea on Exertion, and a 3.6-kg Weight
Loss in a 14-Year-Old Boy………………………………………………………………….19
Chapter 5. Right-Sided Lower Back and Lower Quadrant Abdominal Pain
and Intermittent Hematuria………………………………………………………………25
Chapter 6. High Temperature, Vomiting, Facial Pain, and Congestion
in a 16-Year-Old Girl………………………………………………………………………….29
Chapter 7. Fever, Neck Swelling, and Weight Loss in a 17-Year-Old Boy…………..33
PART 2. BEHAVIORAL
Chapter 8. Daily Paroxysmal Episodes in a 1-Year-Old Girl……………………………….39
Chapter 9. Pain, Swelling, and Redness of Left Leg in a 17-Year-Old Girl………….43
PART 3. CARDIOLOGY
Chapter 10. 5-Day-Old Girl With Labored Breathing and Fast-Beating Heart…….49
Chapter 11. Chest Pain in a Boy With Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and
Cardiomyopathy (Visual Diagnosis)………………………………………………….53
Chapter 12. Palpitations and Dizziness in an Adolescent Boy……………………………..59
PART 4. DERMATOLOGY
Chapter 13. Erythematous Papulovesicular Rash in a 3-Month-Old Girl…………….65
Chapter 14. Irritability, Vomiting, and a Mildly Reddened Right Eye in a
6-Month-Old Girl………………………………………………………………………………71
Chapter 15. A 7-Month-Old Who Has a Persistent Rash (Visual Diagnosis)………75
Chapter 16. Perinasal and Perioral Rash in a 2-Year-Old Girl………………………………83
Chapter 17. 5-Year-Old Girl Waking in Morning With Spots of Blood on
Her Pillow and Sheets………………………………………………………………………..89
Chapter 18. Ecchymotic Lesions on the Backs of Asian Boys……………………………….95
Chapter 19. Petechial Lesions on Toes of an 11-Year-Old Girl……………………………..99
Chapter 20. 13-Year-Old Girl With Pink Papules (Visual Diagnosis)………………….103

Chapter 21. Anterior Chest Pain, Daily Low-grade Fevers, and Worsening
Acne in a 14-Year-Old Boy……………………………………………………………….109
Chapter 22. Rash, Eye Pain, and Lesions in an Adolescent
(Visual Diagnosis)…………………………………………………………………………….113
PART 5. EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Chapter 23. 7-Year-Old Girl Passing Red Urine………………………………………………….125
PART 6. ENDOCRINOLOGY
Chapter 24. Seizure in an 8-Month-Old Boy………………………………………………………131
Chapter 25. 12.7-kg Weight Gain in 7 Months and Recurrent Fevers………………..135
Chapter 26. 6-Year-Old Boy With Delayed Walking and Partial
Primary Dentition…………………………………………………………………………….141
Chapter 27. 15-Year-Old Girl With No Menstrual
Periods for 7 Months…………..145
Chapter 28. 16-Year-Old Girl Who Has Not Achieved Menarche……………………..149
PART 7. GASTROINTESTINAL
Chapter 29. Hematochezia in a Neonate……………………………………………………………..157
Chapter 30. 2-Month-Old Boy With 6-Day History
of Increasing Irritability,
High-pitched Cry, and Nonbloody,
Nonbilious Vomiting………………………………………………………………………..161
Chapter 31. 3-Month-Old Boy Admitted for Poor Feeding and a
Distended Abdomen………………………………………………………………………..165
Chapter 32. 2-Year-Old Boy With “Yellow Eyes” and Dark-Colored Urine………..171
Chapter 33. Intermittent Epigastric Pain, Nausea, and Vomiting With
Progressive Abdominal Distension in a 4-Year-Old Boy…………………175
Chapter 34. 14-Year-Old Girl Experiencing Vomiting, Abdominal Pain,
and Weight Loss Over the Past 11 Months……………………………………..181
Chapter 35. Ecchymoses on Legs and Refusal
to Walk in a 16-Year-Old Boy
With Autism…………………………………………………………………………………….185
Chapter 36. Lactic Acidosis and Cardiovascular Collapse in an Adolescent
With Ulcerative Colitis…………………………………………………………………….189
PART 8. GENETICS
Chapter 37. A Male Neonate Who Has a White Hair Tuft and
Hypopigmented Macules (Visual Diagnosis)…………………………………..195
Chapter 38. Infant With Growth Failure, Body Asymmetry, and
Dysmorphic Features (Visual Diagnosis)…………………………………………201

 

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