Ear Infections include more than Acute Otitis Media. One important consideration is Perichondritis of the Ear in children. Let's review.
Limping children are often seen. There are many considerations for the cause. Here is another to consider - Proximal Tibiofibular Joint Dislocation in Children.
When we think of severe hemorrhage in children, we typically think about trauma. Maybe injuries to the spleen or kidney come to mind. Perhaps thoughts of pelvic injuries or severe head injury dominate our considerations. Of course, we all have…
Swelling of the scalp is a commonly encountered issue in the newly born neonate and it is often only a minor issue. On occasion, however, it can be a major concern and may be related to a Neonatal Subgaleal Hemorrhage. Let's Review.
Acute Aortic Dissection in Children is very rare, but it does occur and can be devastating. Let's discuss it so we can remain vigilant and attempt to beat the fates.
Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in children of all ages. While we in the Emergency Departments strive to help start the healing process, it is also critically important that we assist with Injury Prevention. Help us raise everyone's awareness on 11/18/22 - National Injury Prevention Day!
Virus can cause a lot of problems (as we have all "re-learned." Acute Flaccid Myelitis is another item to keep in mind when considering complications of a viral illness.