Pediatrics Cases & Quizzes

 
 
  • Case Challenge: The Many Variations of Snoring Snoring is common and potentially miserable for the patient and loved ones. These four cases illustrate the latest guidelines on evaluation and management.
  • A 28-Year-Old Man With Wheezing: USMLE Question A thin 28-year-old man presents with wheezing, airway obstruction, and elevated chloride levels. What complication is he likely to develop?
  • Although otitis externa rarely causes serious complications, the infection is responsible for acute morbidity. Prompt diagnosis and therapy cures most cases. Test yourself with our quick quiz.
  • Annually, otitis media is responsible for nearly 20 million office visits. Do you know how best to approach this incredibly common condition? Test your knowledge with this quick quiz.
  • A 2-Year-Old Girl With an Abdomen Mass: USMLE Question A 2-year-old girl is brought to a pediatric outpatient clinic due to a mass in her upper abdomen. What's the diagnosis?
  • Although many people associate allergies with spring and summer, allergic symptoms are extremely common in the fall as well. Test your knowledge on causes, workup, and treatment with our short quiz.
  • A 5-Year-Old Boy's Failing Vision A boy comes to your clinic with myopia in the right eye. Can you determine the cause?
  • More than 1.2 million Americans have HIV. Medical advances are allowing for longer lives. Do you know associated conditions to watch for and best treatment? Test yourself with our quick quiz.
  • The clinical presentation, course, and treatment of diarrhea depend on its cause. Are you familiar with common conditions associated with acute or chronic diarrhea? Test yourself with this short quiz.
  • Can You Identify These Famous Fictional Physicians? Take this Medscape quiz to see if you can you identify some of the most famous fictional physicians -- and their authors -- in literature.
  • A 9-year-old boy presents due to suicidal and homicidal actions exhibited for the past couple of weeks. This included self-harm and assaulting others for no apparent reason. What's the diagnosis?
  • A 6-Year-Old Boy With Bone Swelling: USMLE Question A 6-year-old boy presents with fever, lethargy, weight loss, and painful bone swelling. Which pathology is most likely the cause of his presentation?
  • A 5-year-old child is presented for an ear infection. He was previously treated for recurrent bacterial pneumonia and twice required inpatient hospitalization. What underlying condition is at work?
  • A 16-year-old boy presents with a 1-week history of weakness of both lower extremities, which progressed to involve both the arms over the course of 1 day. Can you make the diagnosis?
  • Ranging from benign to potentially quite serious, summer skin conditions are frequent causes of concern for patients. Test your knowledge of some notable seasonal problems with this quick quiz.
  • A 17-year-old boy presents with a 10-day history of a facial rash. There was no improvement following antibiotic therapy. The patient is active on a school wrestling team. What is the diagnosis?
  • The parents of a 5-month-old boy rush him to the emergency department because of severe abdominal distention. Can you make the diagnosis?
  • A 5-year-old presents with an 8-month history of progressive malodorous nasal discharge. She has experienced sleep disturbances and remarkable snoring. What is the diagnosis?
  • Changing the World, One Female Physician at a Time Do you recognize these women physician pioneers?
  • Patients with 'severe asthma' are a subset with specific treatment concerns and associated conditions. How much do you know about key aspects? Test your knowledge with this quick quiz.
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