Motion SicknessFrom April 2019, You've Got Me Feeling the Motion
Lisa and Sol break down the car-upholstery-ruining scourge of motion sickness in children. They discuss non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic strategies for prevention and treatment of motion sickness.18min 17Lisa Patel, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
MOCA Time - HypotoniaFrom March 2019, Take Off that Red Skin!
Parul and Sol discuss the causes and work up a child with hypotonia in another MOCA Time segment14min 6Parul Bhatia, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
MOCA Time - Acute AtaxiaFrom November 2018, Hamburger and a Side of BPA
Parul and Sol review the differential diagnosis and clinical approach to the child with acute ataxia.26min 54Parul Bhatia, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Altered Mental Status in Kids | Part 2From September 2018, The Ministry of Pediatric Sillywalks
Peds emergency docs Jason and Sol discuss a rational and systematic approach to managing the child with altered mental status.9min 5Jason Woods, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Solomon Behar, MD
Altered Mental Status in Kids | Part 1From September 2018, The Ministry of Pediatric Sillywalks
Peds emergency docs Jason and Sol discuss a rational and systematic approach to managing the child with altered mental status.18min 9Jason Woods, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Solomon Behar, MD
Guiilan-BarreFrom September 2018, The Ministry of Pediatric Sillywalks
Sol and Andi discuss a case of an ataxic child with Guillain-Barre20min 31Andi Marmor, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Bell's PalsyFrom August 2018, For Whom the Bell's Tolls
Sol and Miz discuss a case of peripheral cranial nerve VII palsy associated with acute otitis media.14min 12Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
The Bulging FontanelleFrom July 2018, Land of the Rising Fontanelle
Sol and Miz review a case of a well appearing infant with a bulging fontanelle and discuss causes and differential diagnosis of this physical finding.10min 47Mizuho Morrison, DO and Solomon Behar, MD
Pediatric StrokeFrom June 2018, Dr Encyclopedia Brown
Kids can have strokes?! Did you know that it is actually more common than pediatric brain tumors? Miz speaks to Emily Rose, MD Pediatric Emergency medicine specialist on the topic of pediatric stroke. What are the underlying causes, when to suspect it and how to manage it compared to adults.27min 34Emily Rose, MD FAAEM FAAP FACEP and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Paper Chase #4 | High School Football With Cognition and Mental HealthFrom March 2018, Carpe Diarrhea
At least in the 1950's, football in high school isn't associated with later neurocognitive problems.5min 30Geoffrey R. Simon, MD and Roy Benaroch, MD
Benign Convulsions associated with AGEFrom March 2018, Carpe Diarrhea
Lisa and Sol discuss a case of gastroenteritis complicated by Benign Convulsions with Mild Gastroenteritis.11min 37Lisa Patel, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Paper Chase #3 | CNS IncidentalomasFrom February 2018, Copious Amounts Of Discharge Instructions
Incidental findings are common on brain MRIs of children.9min 15Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Paper Chase #1: Occipital HeadachesFrom December 2017, You Pierced Your What, Son!?
Bottom Line: Occipital headache is not a risk factor for serious secondary headache pathology.6min 17Roy Benaroch, MD and Geoffrey R. Simon, MD
Juvenile Myoclonic EpilepsyFrom December 2017, You Pierced Your What, Son!?
JME accounts for 5-10% of epilepsy syndromes. It predominantly affects adolescents and young adults. The hallmark symptoms are absence seizures, myclonic jerks, and later, generalized tonic-clonic seizures.15min 7Jordan Roberts, PA-C and Adrien Selim, MD
Ketogenic Diet - Part 2From September 2016, Shaky, Breaky Heart
The ketogenic diet (KD) is a nonpharmacologic treatment option for intractable childhood epilepsy. In part 2 of this discussion, Mizuho interviews Dr.Elizabeth Thiele, professor of neurology at Harvard, to discuss the current evidence based guidelines and current theories of how this diet works. In …17min 33Elizabeth Thiele, MD, Ph.D and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Ketogenic Diet - Part 1 (The Charlie Foundation)From September 2016, Shaky, Breaky Heart
The ketogenic diet (KD) is a nonpharmacologic treatment option for intractable childhood epilepsy. It has received skepticism since its development in the early 1920’s. However in the last 20 years has made large strides on improving its evidence based research. Mizuho speaks to the man responsible …17min 45Jim Abrahams and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Peds Status EpilepticusFrom February 2016, Nice Dermatitides
Pediatric status epilepticus can be complex and challenging to manage. Every pediatric emergency department and pediatric critical care should have a hospital wide algorithm to help decrease errors and facilitate best patient practices. Liza Kearl MD, Sol Behar MD & Mizuho Spangler DO discuss a …24min 19Liza Kearl, MD, Solomon Behar, MD, and Mizuho Morrison, DO
PseudoseizuresFrom January 2016, Shake n Bake Shorties
Diagnosing physiological from psychological causes of nonepileptic seizures can be challenging. Once diagnosed delivering the news to families that their child has psychogenic nonepileptic seizure can be very challenging. Dr.Tessa Davis helps give us clinical pearls to make this challenging …18min 24Tessa Davis MBChB(MD) and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Syncope in KidsFrom December 2015, Rheum for the Holidays!
Kids commonly present with syncope however there are limited evidence based guidelines for workup and treatment of syncope. Most data is extrapolated from adult studies. However there are clear distinctions between life-threatening causes and benign causes of syncope and it is prudent for …32min 18Dee Bonney, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Introduction: GEFS+From November 2015, UTI and SBI, FYI.
Febrile seizures are the most common cause of seizure in childhood. However rarely a febrile seizure can be an early manifestation of generalized epilepsy with febrile seizures plus (GEFS+), a genetic epilepsy due to an autosomal dominant disorder. Miz and Sol discuss the presentation of a patient …9min 42Solomon Behar, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
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