These charts, adapted from a recent review by the Division of Neurology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, are a quick reference for providers who manage pediatric migraines.
Growth hormone administration is a potential cause of insulin resistance, but a case report demonstrates that a severe deficiency can also lead to the condition.
Children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes are at risk for cardiovascular disease. Are there ways to determine who is at greatest risk, and who benefits most from early intervention?
A chart, adapted from the Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Consortium, shows the differences in strategies between the first week of life, when prevention is the goal, and later, when severe BPD has been established.
Up to 10 percent of children with CKD are classified differently depending on the way obesity is measured.
Orthopedic surgeons demonstrate that acute deformity correction and gradual limb lengthening can be accomplished simultaneously using an internal lengthening nail.
Checking spirometry earlier may help reduce length of stay those with cystic fibrosis pulmonary exacerbations.
Pulmonologists and gastroenterologists have teamed up to treat CF patients in a single visit, with on-the-spot consultation and treatment plans created by the joint clinician team.
Dysplastic gonads that have neoplasms are often deemed “normal” in imaging studies.