- Mastoiditis19:10Nephrolithiasis: Part One28:13Paper Chase #1 - Maternal Fluoride in Pregnancy and Child IQ9:05Nephrolithiasis: Part Two25:06AAP Says What !?!: Management of Infants at Risk for Group B Strep14:51Paper Chase #2 - Ibuprofen Dosing for Acute Pain4:47Gases in the House23:19Opioids - Part OneFree Chapter23:39Paper Chase #3 - Renal Scarring and Number of UTIs8:13Opioids - Part Two12:47Paper Chase #4 - Oral Immunotherapy and Peanut Allergies6:32Neuroblastoma13:38Paper Chase #5 - Prednisilone vs Dex for Croup6:18Mailbag8:56
Lisa and Sol review a new Maintenance of Certification Assessment (MOCA) topic: neuroblastoma. Neuroblastomas are the most common cancer of infancy. The usual presentation is a firm abdominal mass, and generally speaking the younger the patient at presentation the better the prognosis. The various presentations of neuroblastoma in addition to diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis are discussed in detail.