Anticoagulation and decompressive rib-resection surgery together allow young patients to return to normal activity, however the utility of thrombolysis for this condition remains unclear.
Genome-wide association study identifies two variants that may yield therapies for children with DMD.
Treated immune cells function properly to kill more bacteria, depending on the treatment and the bacteria.
Clinicians should consider the metabolic effects in their growth hormone-deficient patients.
Insulin receptor signaling provides a possible target to boost protection for patients with diabetes and prediabetes.
A collaboration among colorectal surgeons, gynecologists, urologists and gastroenterologists reduces the burden of care.
Matthew Washam, MD, MPH, an Infectious Diseases specialist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, answers this common question from primary care providers.
Research suggests swapping out wire sizes may solve the problem of k-wire bouncing in pediatric patients with oblique supracondylar humerus fractures.