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Fetal Tumors: A Multidisciplinary Approach Video

Fetal Tumors: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Watch “Fetal Tumors: A Multidisciplinary Approach” to learn about risk factors for disease severity and death, as well as other various clinical presentations of fetal tumors.
Hematuria in Everyday Pediatrics: Significance and First Steps Video

Hematuria in Everyday Pediatrics: Significance and First Steps

Blood in urine is common in little kids. In this guide, pediatric nephrologist Elizabeth Black, MD, MAS, walks primary care providers through the process that starts with a positive dipstick. She describes types of hematuria, reviews the many causes, clarifies “persistent” hematuria, and covers workup options.
Serious Headache, Small Patient: How to Approach Migraines in Kids Video

Serious Headache, Small Patient: How to Approach Migraines in Kids

Not just a bad headache, migraines are complex and have particular features in the very young.
Pediatric Hydrocephalus: An Update on Signs, Solutions and Strategies Video

Pediatric Hydrocephalus: An Update on Signs, Solutions and Strategies

With a range of causes, associated disorders and presentations, childhood hydrocephalus can be challenging to diagnose.
Puzzling Out Bleeding Problems in Kids: A Practical Way to Put the Pieces Together Video

Puzzling Out Bleeding Problems in Kids: A Practical Way to Put the Pieces Together

Pediatric hematologist-oncologist Tiffany Lucas, MD, formerly a pediatrician, knows that primary care visits for bleeding issues are common, with signs ranging from frequent nosebleeds to low energy.
Putting COVID in Perspective: Effective Pandemic Strategies From History and for the Future Video

Putting COVID in Perspective: Effective Pandemic Strategies From History and for the Future

With a focus on protecting children, infectious disease physician Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, examines COVID-19 in the context of past pandemics while also illuminating its unique challenges.
Detecting Tethered Spinal Cord: A Guide for Pediatricians Video

Detecting Tethered Spinal Cord: A Guide for Pediatricians

Peter P. Sun, MD, breaks down cutaneous and other signs to check for as part of an infant’s physical exam, with images to illustrate which dimples, lumps and other abnormalities call for further evaluation.
Slow-Growing Infants: When to Worry, What to Do Video

Slow-Growing Infants: When to Worry, What to Do

Pediatric gastroenterologist Robert J. Rothbaum, MD, describes how to consider various factors; breaks down the reasons for abnormal growth patterns; and offers tips on assessing feeding habits, selecting age-appropriate lab tests, and knowing when imaging is helpful.
Kids in Sports: Balancing Benefits and Risks for Physical and Mental Health Video

Kids in Sports: Balancing Benefits and Risks for Physical and Mental Health

Pediatric sports medicine specialist Celina de Borja, MD, uses recent data to illuminate the real issues, with a focus on addressing early sports specialization to protect kids from such common repercussions as burnout and depression.
Adolescent PCOS: Primary Care Management of a Common (and Challenging) Condition Video

Adolescent PCOS: Primary Care Management of a Common (and Challenging) Condition

Polycystic ovary syndrome in adolescents is common, has different diagnostic criteria from those of adult PCOS, and carries lifelong health implications. In this guide, pediatric endocrinologist Jennifer Olson, MD, FAAP, offers a clear path for PCPs suspecting the condition, covering questions to ask patients, tests to order and treatment options.
Pediatric Urological Surgery: Update on Robotics and Other Advanced Options Video

Pediatric Urological Surgery: Update on Robotics and Other Advanced Options

With footage from his team’s minimally invasive surgeries, Laurence S. Baskin, MD, UCSF’s chief of pediatric urology, describes the latest approaches to conditions ranging from undescended testicles to blocked ureters and ureteral polyps.
Fetal Research at UCSF: Innovative Studies Provide Early Diagnosis and Explore Potential Intervention Video

Fetal Research at UCSF: Innovative Studies Provide Early Diagnosis and Explore Potential Intervention

Learn about exciting studies underway at the UCSF Fetal Treatment Center and how to easily refer patients who could benefit from participating in current trials.

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