- Introduction: Muscular Dystrophy11:49Happy Accidents!: Introduction1:19Skin Conditions That Won't Go Away, Part 114:43Screen Time & Obesity16:27Happy Accidents: Penicillin, Part 12:59Down Syndrome26:45Cyber-BullyingFree Chapter29:22Pediatric Fingertip Injuries25:23Happy Accidents: Penicillin, Part 24:04Medication Allergies23:51Skin Conditions That Won't Go Away, Part 214:58The Summary14:25
Miz and Sol review a case of a young boy with elevated transaminases, cognitive and motor delay who has Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy. Elevated creatine kinase (CK) can help distinguish between a muscle and liver source of transaminitis. We review the natural history of Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophy, as well as therapeutic options for children afflicted with these conditions.