Pediatrics Cases & Quizzes

 
 
  • Evaluating Neck Masses in Adult and Pediatric Patients Dr Gordon Sun presents common causes of neck masses in adult and pediatric patients and discusses appropriate initial imaging studies for each patient population.
  • Chagas Cardiomyopathy: The Disease You Might Not Think Of A growing public health threat demands more awareness of Chagas disease and its manifestations.
  • Are you familiar with key aspects and best practices for patients who present with symptoms of arrhythmias? Refresh and test your knowledge with this short quiz.
  • Suicide rates have been increasing among young Americans. Worldwide, Nearly 800,000 people die by suicide each year. Review key aspects, including risk factors and interventions, with this quiz.
  • A 1-Week-Old Baby With Bilateral Cataracts With decreased red reflex and a family history of cataracts, this newborn is in need of a diagnosis. Can you provide it?
  • A Boy With Frequent Diarrhea: IBS or IBD? Does this 10-year-old boy have inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, or possibly both?
  • A 4-year-old girl develops a swollen leg after admission to the hospital after presenting with frequent urination, excessive thirst, and new-onset enuresis. Can you solve this unusual case?
  • As many as one third of certain US population groups have nutritional deficiencies, and malnutrition remains a significant worldwide concern. Test yourself on common deficiencies with this short quiz.
  • From supplementation use to conditions associated with deficiencies, are you familiar with key aspects and best practices associated with vitamins? Test your knowledge with this short quiz.
  • A 2-year-old boy presents with fever and malaise that started 4 days earlier. What's the diagnosis?
  • The Many Forms of HPV: Recognition and Management Through a series of short cases, Dr Gordon Sun addresses the recognition and early assessment of patients with suspected HPV-related disease and cancers.
  • Vomiting in Infancy: Is It FPIES? Food protein-induced enterocolitis is more common than once believed. Do you know the signs and symptoms?
  • A 6-Year-Old With Excessive Fidgeting: USMLE Question A 6-year-old boy is brought to the office by his mother due to his constantly fidgeting and imitating her. What is the cause?
  • A Girl Whose Eyes Appear White in Photos Photographs of this 6-year-old girl show 'white eyes' that concern her parents. What is your diagnosis?
  • Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is an autosomal-recessive disorder that causes progressive muscle weakness. Test your familiarity with SMA types and diagnosis with this quiz.
  • Kugelberg Welander spinal muscular atrophy is a rare, inherited, pediatric lower motor neuron disorder. How much do you know about Kugelberg Welander SMA? Test your knowledge with our short quiz.
  • Although most causes of syncope are benign, this symptom presages a life-threatening event in some patients. Are you familiar with key aspects? Refresh and test your knowledge with this short quiz.
  • The Baby With a Swollen Eyelid An 8-month-old girl's eye swelling appears to be getting worse when she presents at your clinic. Can you diagnose the problem?
  • A 5-Week-Old Boy With Vomiting: USMLE Question A 5-week-old infant boy is brought to the emergency department because of worsening nonbilious projectile vomiting over the past week. What laboratory finding is most likely?
  • Many symptoms of rashes overlap, but identifiable factors for each condition help with diagnosis and treatment. How much do you know about common rashes? Test yourself with this short quiz.
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