myositisA healthy, full-term infant was born by normal, vertex-position vaginal delivery with no evidence of cord strangulation or fetal distress.
polydactylyOn physical examination, the newborn was noted to have 7 toes on the left foot (A). The rest of the examination findings were unremarkable. The patient was referred to orthopedics for further evaluation.
myositisA 5-year-old previously well boy was referred to the emergency department after a week of intermittent fever along with progressive left back and leg pain and refusal to bear weight.
LymphomaA 7-year-old boy presented with enlarging cervical lymph nodes and progressive dyspnea for 2 weeks.
pityriasis amiantaceaA 3-year-old boy developed thick scales that were binding tufts of hair on his scalp. The scales had appeared 1 year ago.
VaccinesAs pediatric health care providers, we work to find novel ways to improve influenza vaccination rates every year.
Radiology QuizAn 11-year-old obese girl presented to the orthopedic clinic with a history of bilateral knee pain. The girl had visited an urgent care clinic 8 months prior for left knee pain.
Consultations & CommentsA Parent Asks: My 3-year-old daughter has been vomiting all night. My friend says she received a medication from the emergency room doctor to stop the vomiting. Can you prescribe something that will stop my daughter’s vomiting?
osteomyelitisA previously healthy 10-year-old boy presented with recurrent, painful swelling and redness of his left elbow without fever after having fallen backward onto an aloe vera plant 4 months ago.
KeloidsA 17-year-old Asian adolescent girl presented with disfiguring lesions on her shoulders and upper back.