testicular torsionA baby boy born via normal spontaneous vaginal delivery to a 26-year-old gravida 4, para 1 was brought for routine 2-week hospital follow-up.
Photo EssayGrisel syndrome should be considered in patients who present with new-onset torticollis that is painful or resistant to manipulation.
malformation syndromeAfrican American girl born at 36 weeks’ gestation to 24-year-old primigravida via spontaneous vaginal delivery at a community hospital.
late-preterm infants<P>For years, babies born between 32 and 36 weeks’ gestation have been thought to have developmental and neurological outcomes similar to those of full-term infants. Although studies have shown that these infants are at greater risk for short-term morbidities, such as respiratory distress, hyperbilirubinemia, hypoglycemia, and feeding problems,<SUP>1</SUP> little research had been done regarding school outcomes for moderatepreterm (32 to 33 weeks) and late-preterm (34 to 36 weeks) infants. Now a study in The <EM>Journal of Pediatrics </EM>by Chyi and colleagues<SUP>2</SUP> has shown that these infants may also be at greater risk for difficulties in school later in life.</P>
Skin DisordersMatch the following clinical characteristics with the photographs of Cases 1 and 2.
pediatric migraineThe management of pediatric migraine incorporates lifestyle strategies with acute therapy and preventive measures.
Skin DisordersFor 2 days, an 11-month-old girl had a progressively worsening rash and subjective fever (A).
late-preterm infantsA 4-year-old girl was brought to the emergency department by her parents on a Sunday afternoon.