Volume 5 - Issue 1 - January 2006

Consultant for Pediatricians

Adolescent Behavior Disorders
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
04/29/2011

By ALEXANDER K. C. LEUNG, MD--Series Editor and WM. LANE M. ROBSON, MD

By ALEXANDER K. C. LEUNG, MD--Series Editor and WM. LANE M. ROBSON, MD
A 10-month-old girl with a mass on left side of neck. Swelling first noticed by mother when child was 7 months old.
04/29/2011
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
04/29/2011

By KIRK BARBER, MD, FRCPC--Series Editor

By KIRK BARBER, MD, FRCPC--Series Editor
A 9-year-old girl presented with these lesions on her face and extremities.
04/29/2011
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
04/29/2011
By HOWARD FISCHER, MD
By HOWARD FISCHER, MD
I recently spent 45 minutes talking with the mother of a child who is in the hospital.
04/29/2011
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
04/29/2011

By STUART A. BRADIN, DO University of Michigan

By STUART A. BRADIN, DO University of Michigan
As winter tightens its grip, you can expect an upsurge of patients who have croup or bronchiolitis.
04/29/2011
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
04/29/2011

By CAROL L. CLERICUZIO, MD University of New Mexico

By CAROL L. CLERICUZIO, MD University of New Mexico
A 15-month-old girl presents for evaluation of macrocephaly and unusual facial features and was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome.
04/29/2011
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
Adolescent Behavior Disorders
04/29/2011

DAVID S. REITMAN, MD
Children's National Medical Center
Washington, DC

DAVID S. REITMAN, MDChildren's National Medical Center Washington, DC
<DIV id=article-content-body> <P><EM>"Chris" is a 14-year-old boy who has been suspended from school 4 times this year for arguing with his teachers. When asked about the...
04/29/2011
Diabetes Q&A
Diabetes Q&A
04/29/2011

By DAVID EFFRON, MD--Series Editor

By DAVID EFFRON, MD--Series Editor
The parents of a 16-year-old girl report that during the past several months, she has exhibited behavioral changes, irritability, increased anger, depression, and anxiety.
04/29/2011
Diabetes Q&A
Diabetes Q&A
04/29/2011

By Gilberto Bultron, MD, Amrita Nayak, MD, and Abu Khan, MD,

By Gilberto Bultron, MD, Amrita Nayak, MD, and Abu Khan, MD,
 
04/29/2011
Diabetes Q&A
Diabetes Q&A
04/29/2011

By Alexander K. C. Leung, MD, and Wm. Lane M. Robson, MD

By Alexander K. C. Leung, MD, and Wm. Lane M. Robson, MD
An 18-year-old girl presented with an asymptomatic nodule on the posterior aspect of the right upper arm.
04/29/2011
Diabetes Q&A
Diabetes Q&A
04/29/2011

By Robert L. Bratton, MD,

By Robert L. Bratton, MD,
A5-year-old boy, who lives on a farm and routinely plays with his pet dogs, presented with these scaly, inflamed macules with a central clearingon the abdomen (A) and forehead.
04/29/2011