Read articles from the June 2019 issue of PediatricsOnline.
Children with SMA1, the number one genetic killer of babies under 2 years of age, fail to meet motor milestones and typically die or require permanent mechanical ventilation by age 2.
Developed by pediatric neurologists, these resources include a practice tool for diagnosis and management, and a quick guide to preventative and acute migraine medications.
Altered immune and inflammatory responses hinder clearance of bacterial infections.
After decades of unclear optimal management for Seymour fractures, evidence suggests orthopedic surgeons need not treat all of these cases in the operating room.
A new case study shows success of using cardiac MRI – rather than electrocardiogram – to monitor tumor regression of rhabdomyoma in a newborn with an mTOR inhibitor.
Bema K. Bonsu, MD, and Daniel J. Scherzer, MD, Emergency Medicine physicians at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, answer these common questions from primary care providers.