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
Positional Cranial DeformationFrom June 2015, Goodness Gracious, Great Bowels of Fire!
When do kids need to be referred for cranial deformities? What conservative measures and practical tips can you tell your parents of newborns? What is the treatment algorithm for conservative versus helmet therapy? We discuss all of these things and more on cranial deformities with expert and …24min 13Frank Vicari, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Morgellons SyndromeFrom April 2015, Morgellons Syndrome
Is Morgellons Syndrome real? In the end, does it really matter at the bedside? A “disease" made famous by Joni Mitchell is in the news again and we give it our take. •12minMel Herbert, MD
Mallory's HopeFrom March 2015, Wheezing, Wee Wee and Weed
While we try to rely on the most up-to-date evidence based literature available, new treatments have to start somewhere. There are new emerging potential treatments that have not yet been subjected to rigorous testing and investigation but they can provide HOPE for some patients with few remaining …18min 29Tom Minahan, DO and Mizuho Morrison, DO
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