Photo EssayA 2-year-old girl presented with a 1-day history of high-grade fever, cough, and rhinorrhea. She was lethargic and had decreased oral intake. She had no sick contacts or choking episodes.
StreptococcusA 15-year-old girl presented with a 2-week history of a mass on the left side of her neck.
Infectious DiseaseA previously healthy 11-year-old boy presented with a 6-week history of fever and abdominal pain with alternating diarrhea and constipation. He had no sick contacts, recent travel history, or household pets.
NutritionA previously well, 26-day-old girl presented to the pediatric emergency department with a history of inconsolable crying for 8 hours.
NutritionA 12-year-old boy presented with a chief concern of a small left testicle. His past medical history was significant for a left-sided undescended testicle and orchiopexy at age 4.
NutritionA 2-month-old girl who had been born at term and who had no past medical history presented to the emergency department (ED) with a hair tourniquet and suspected infection on her right second, third, and fourth toes.
NutritionA 5-month-old girl was noted to have skin lesions on her right ear. A few of the lesions had been present at birth, and others had been noted later.
NutritionA previously healthy 11-month-old boy presented to our hospital with a steam burn from a rice cooker on his 4 right fingers and part of the ventral palm.
ArthritisA 12-year-old boy was evaluated in the pediatric emergency department for a “rash” on the right side of his body.
ArthritisIt is apparent that disruption of the human microbiome can play a role in the development of chronic pediatric diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease and juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
pityriasis roseaA 17-year-old presented with an asymptomatic salmon-pink patch on her abdomen.
PediatricsAttempting to fully understand the mechanisms that are in place to pay for pediatric health care services can be daunting.
acute hemorrhagic edemaA 9-month-old, full-term, previously healthy boy presented to the emergency department with acute onset of a purpuric rash and peripheral edema.
Antibiotic ResistanceReader reaction and timely answers from experts focused on congenital syphilis and The Case of the Ingested Toothbrush.