- Introduction: Umbilical Hernia6:42Dismissal of Patients Who Refuse VaccinationsFree Chapter20:15Caden's Story: Intussusception, Part 119:24Tuberculosis Updates25:08Ankle Injuries: Salter I or Sprain19:57Intussusception, Part 211:48Intussusception, Part 35:55Treating Family Members: The Pros and the Cons31:23Underutilizing Epi for Anaphylaxis18:30The Summary9:46
Intussusception is one of the most common abdominal emergencies in early childhood which involves the telescoping of a part of the intestine into itself. Most cases of intussusception are considered to be idiopathic. Less commonly intussusception may be due to an underlying disease causing a pathological lead point or postoperative. Ann, Ilene and Mizuho discuss presentation and diagnosis of intussusception and new updates in management.