Volume 8 - Issue 4 - April 2009

Consultant for Pediatricians

Cell phone use
Cell phone use
12/11/2012

LARISSA HIRSCH, MD and CHARLES A. POHL, MD—Series Editor
Dr Hirsch is a clinical instructor of pediatrics at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City. She is also a medical editor for KidsHealth.org. Dr Pohl is professor of pediatrics and associate dean of student affairs and career counseling at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia.

LARISSA HIRSCH, MD and CHARLES A. POHL, MD—Series EditorDr Hirsch is a clinical instruc...
<P>The time when anticipatory guidance for an 11-year-old patient consisted of reminding him or her to wear a seat belt and drink milk is long past. Over the years, we have begun to discuss drugs,...
12/11/2012
congenital anomalies
congenital anomalies
04/29/2011

By LAUREN DITTA, BS and MARLENE BROUSSARD, MD
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center–Shreveport

By LAUREN DITTA, BS and MARLENE BROUSSARD, MD Louisiana State University Health Science...
04/29/2011
congenital anomalies
congenital anomalies
04/29/2011

By MAYSAN ALSHAAR, MD
Dr Alshaar is attending neonatologist at St Anthony Hospital in Chicago.

By MAYSAN ALSHAAR, MD Dr Alshaar is attending neonatologist at St Anthony Hospital in C...
 
04/29/2011
congenital anomalies
congenital anomalies
04/29/2011

By BHAGWAN DAS BANG, MD
Opp, Ala

By BHAGWAN DAS BANG, MD Opp, Ala
Asymmetrical crying facies is a rare minor congenital anomaly that is the result of unilateral agenesis or hypoplasia of the depressor anguli oris muscle.
04/29/2011
congenital anomalies
congenital anomalies
04/29/2011

By PATRICK MAFFUCCI and JOHN HARRINGTON, MD
Eastern Virginia Medical School, the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters, Norfolk, Va

By PATRICK MAFFUCCI and JOHN HARRINGTON, MD Eastern Virginia Medical School, the Childr...
This infant was noted to have a giant melanocytic nevus at birth.
04/29/2011