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Abdominal Masses in Pediatrics: Diagnostic Tools and Treatment Decisions Video

Abdominal Masses in Pediatrics: Diagnostic Tools and Treatment Decisions

Pediatric surgeon Willieford Moses, MD, FACS, discusses steps in evaluation, including which imaging modalities are most useful, and describes keys to decision-making for neuroblastoma, hepatoblastoma, renal tumors, germ cell tumors and other tumors seen during childhood.
Radiation Safety in Pediatrics: A New Look at Imaging Practices for Growing Bodies Video

Radiation Safety in Pediatrics: A New Look at Imaging Practices for Growing Bodies

This presentation from Jesse Courtier, MD, chief of pediatric radiology at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, provides an update on X-ray and CT risks for kids and how protocols have been shaped to minimize harm and maximize diagnostic detail.
When Puberty Shows Up Too Soon (or Too Late): A Guide for Pediatricians Video

When Puberty Shows Up Too Soon (or Too Late): A Guide for Pediatricians

In this talk, pediatric endocrinologist Jennifer Olson, MD, describes how the hormonal processes that lead to sexual maturity are currently understood; provides usable definitions of precocious puberty as well as delayed puberty; and lays out evaluation processes.
Care of Transgender & Gender Diverse Youth Course

Care of Transgender & Gender Diverse Youth

Laying the groundwork for a better understanding of gender incongruence, pediatric endocrinologist Abby Walch, MD, discusses the latest evidence on factors that contribute to individual gender identity as well as causes of gender dysphoria.
Differentiating Pediatric Movement Disorders: When to Reassure, When to Refer Video

Differentiating Pediatric Movement Disorders: When to Reassure, When to Refer

Pediatric neurologist Mary Jeno, MD, starts by laying out useful parameters for navigating the nuances of odd motions – from eye fluttering to shuddering to hip thrusting – that worried parents report seeing in their babies, young children and teenagers.
Your Prep Course on PrEP: An Expert Describes Current Options for Preventing HIV Video

Your Prep Course on PrEP: An Expert Describes Current Options for Preventing HIV

This presentation from pediatric infectious disease specialist Alexander Newman, MD, MSc, will get primary care providers up to date on oral and injectable pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV, with reference tables to use in daily practice
Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH): Keys to Recognizing Danger Signs in Kids Video

Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH): Keys to Recognizing Danger Signs in Kids

While rare, HLH is also potentially life-threatening, so pediatric hematologist-oncologist Michelle Hermiston, MD, PhD, wants pediatricians to understand when and how to think about this hyperinflammatory syndrome.
Pediatric Hypertension: Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies for PCPs Video

Pediatric Hypertension: Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies for PCPs

This guide from pediatric nephrologist Sanober Sadiq, MBBS, offers clarity on best practices for measuring BP, distinguishing secondary hypertension from primary, and starting drug therapy.
Syncope Course

Syncope

A sudden, brief loss of consciousness is a fairly common event in children, frightening to parents but typically not a cause for medical alarm.
Things That Go Bump in the Neck: Common and Rare Masses Seen in Pediatrics Video

Things That Go Bump in the Neck: Common and Rare Masses Seen in Pediatrics

Pediatric otolaryngologist Grace Banik, MD, discusses how to assess and categorize the range of neck lumps that can affect children, presenting criteria on location, size, mobility and other features, as well as questions to ask when gathering a history.
Bone Up on Building Strong Skeletons in Kids: A Guide for Pediatricians Video

Bone Up on Building Strong Skeletons in Kids: A Guide for Pediatricians

Optimizing skeletal health during childhood will confer benefits for a patient's entire life, so it's never too soon for pediatric providers to discuss bone-building strategies with families, says sports medicine specialist Celina de Borja, MD.
Managing Type 2 Diabetes in Pediatrics: The Latest Options and Strategies Video

Managing Type 2 Diabetes in Pediatrics: The Latest Options and Strategies

Rates of “adult-onset” diabetes continue to rise among children, with some ethnicities disproportionately affected. Fortunately, providers now have more tools and techniques available to help these patients avoid the serious health risks associated with the condition.

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