Lyme DiseaseAn 11-year-old boy presented to his pediatrician in an urban setting with left leg erythema, limping, lethargy, and fever.
tinea incognitoA 1½-year-old girl presented with a chief concern of a rash that had been present over her right thigh and buttock for approximately 6 months.
poland syndromeA 17-year-old male presented with hypoplasia of the left pectoralis muscle, areola, and nipple underneath self-made padding taped to his chest.
Down SyndromeDuring the physical examination, both of a boy’s palms were noted to have a single straight line from one side to the other, consistent with bilateral single transverse palmar crease.
sotos syndromeA 6-year-old girl with Sotos syndrome 1 presented with a 2-day history of abdominal pain and fever.
acneA 17-year-old Asian adolescent was concerned about unsightly lesions on his face, especially on the temples and cheeks.
Erythema multiformeA 9-year-old boy with a history of congenital skeletal dysplasia presented for evaluation of a rash that had been present on his neck, trunk, and extremities for 2 days.
Radiology QuizA previously healthy 10-year-old girl presented to the emergency department for an ankle injury.
Case In PointA 6-month-old girl presented to the clinic for her routine health maintenance visit. Her mother had noted a clear to whitish vaginal discharge that had started 2 weeks prior to the visit.
Hospital MedicineExamining the demographics and trends of the diseases and conditions that lead to pediatric hospital stays can reveal wider implications for the care of children, especially when the cost of these inpatient stays also is studied.
Positional PlagiocephalyA 5-month-old boy presented with mild flattening of the left occiput. The pregnancy was uncomplicated, and the mother was not on any medication.
ewing sarcomaEwing sarcoma is a rare and aggressive childhood cancer that generally is diagnosed in adolescents.
Kawasaki DiseaseA 4-year-old African American boy presented to the emergency department for evaluation of a generalized pruritic rash that had started on his face and had progressed to involve his entire body.