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From Knees to Toes: Straight Talk on Common Orthopedic Abnormalities in Kids Video

From Knees to Toes: Straight Talk on Common Orthopedic Abnormalities in Kids

Pediatricians see numerous leg and foot discrepancies, ranging from simple in utero “packaging” problems to red flags for serious disorders, such as cerebral palsy.
Childhood Tooth Decay: An Epidemic With Solutions Rooted in Primary Care Video

Childhood Tooth Decay: An Epidemic With Solutions Rooted in Primary Care

Pediatric dentist Ray Stewart, DMD, MS, explores the reasons so many toddlers have cavities before their first dental visit, the condition’s impact on physical health, and longstanding barriers to fixing the problem.
Congenital Heart Disease: The Value and Future of Fetal Screening Video

Congenital Heart Disease: The Value and Future of Fetal Screening

With CHD often discovered in low-risk pregnancies and associated with neurodevelopmental deficits, the need for more screening and advanced techniques is clear.
Neurofibromatosis Update: The Primary Care Provider’s Role and New Hope in Treating Tumors Video

Neurofibromatosis Update: The Primary Care Provider’s Role and New Hope in Treating Tumors

Pediatric neurologist Alyssa T. Reddy, MD, director of the UCSF Neurofibromatosis Program, breaks down the complex, multisystem signs of NF1, among the most common inherited neurologic disorders.
Concussion in Kids: Keys to Diagnosis and Recovery Optimization Video

Concussion in Kids: Keys to Diagnosis and Recovery Optimization

This guide for the primary care provider covers concussion assessment tools; explains when imaging is essential and which technologies offer the most value; and reports the latest on treatments to speed recovery, including amended perspectives on strict rest and certain medications.
Serious Snoring: How to Identify and Care for Kids With Obstructive Sleep Apnea Video

Serious Snoring: How to Identify and Care for Kids With Obstructive Sleep Apnea

OSA in children has physical and behavioral consequences. Yet it’s challenging to diagnose and determine appropriate treatments, which range from monitoring to medications to surgeries.
Little Ones: Identify and Manage Malnutrition in Pediatric Primary Care Video

Little Ones: Identify and Manage Malnutrition in Pediatric Primary Care

Pediatricians often see the condition of poor growth due to inadequate nutrition – long called failure to thrive but poorly defined. This presentation from pediatric gastroenterologist Arathi Lakhole, MD, MPH, delivers a clearer understanding of this wide-ranging disorder and its many causes.
Bone Up on Pediatric Fractures: A Lesson on Types and Respecting the Growth Plate Video

Bone Up on Pediatric Fractures: A Lesson on Types and Respecting the Growth Plate

Young bone is different from mature bone – so kids’ bones break and heal differently. Orthopedic surgeon Ravinder Brar, MD, MPH, offers a refresher on the remodeling process and elucidates the widely used Salter-Harris classification system for fractures involving the physis, illustrating each type with case X-ray images.
Kids and Hormones: Identify + Investigate Endocrine Issues in the Primary Care Setting Video

Kids and Hormones: Identify + Investigate Endocrine Issues in the Primary Care Setting

Pediatric endocrinologist Tariq Ahmad, MD, FAAP, explains how to work up patients with suspected hormonal imbalances, including thyroid disorders, diabetes and growth disorders; discusses interpretation of common tests; clarifies when to refer; and provides guidelines for starting treatment while awaiting a consult.
The Language of the Heart: Accurate Tachycardia Terminology and Why It Matters Video

The Language of the Heart: Accurate Tachycardia Terminology and Why It Matters

Pediatric cardiologist and imaging specialist Howard M. Rosenfeld, MD, FACC, makes the case for ditching “SVT” in favor of more meaningful terms, enhancing professional communication as well as the diagnostic process.
Looking at Abnormal Movement: A Neurological Language Lesson for Pediatricians Video

Looking at Abnormal Movement: A Neurological Language Lesson for Pediatricians

Pediatric neurologist Jenn Tu, MD, PhD, breaks down movement types in this guide to determining whether a patient needs referral and how to sum up observations in meaningful ways.
The Pediatric Seizure: Assessing Recurrence, Answering Questions Video

The Pediatric Seizure: Assessing Recurrence, Answering Questions

This case-based presentation from pediatric neurologist and epilepsy specialist Ernesto Gonzalez-Giraldo, MD, sheds light on the significance of a first seizure, providing the evidence on risk of recurrence and epilepsy, and offering workup guidelines.

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