Threats to bone health are increasingly a pediatric concern. Genetic or acquired disorders can compromise the expected gains in bone quantity and quality
Dr. Jenna Timboe highlights a case of a 4-month-old presenting with hypotonia, also known as “rag doll” syndrome.
In this CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, Dr. Chantal Boisvert, neuro-ophthalmologist, addresses optic neuritis in pediatric patients.
Drug Reaction/Rash with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms (DRESS) vs. Steven Johnson (SJS) vs. Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN)
This CHOC grand rounds video, featuring Dr. Laura Pruitt, pediatric resident, PGY-3, provides an overview of the syndromes of DRESS, SJS and TEN to compare the similarities and highlight the differences of these distinct diseases.
In this CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, Dr. Chris Koutures, pediatrician and sports medicine specialist, addresses common nutritional concerns shared by pediatricians treating school-aged athletes, dancers and other performers.
Concussions can be complicated and multifaceted, as patients usually present with various combinations of neurologic, cognitive and psychiatric symptoms.
Palliative care in infants and children is a critical and evolving field - Speakers: Dr. Sirisha Perugu, CHOC Children’s neonatologist, and Meg Mohr, FNP-BC, MSN, coordinator of CHOC’s pediatric advanced care team
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recognized insufficient sleep as a public health concern, says CHOC Children’s pulmonologist Dr. John Saito.
In this CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, Dr. Eric Handler, Orange County public health officer, highlights a unique public-private partnership focused on eliminating hunger and reducing food waste.
In this CHOC Children’s grand rounds video, Dr. Neal Nakra addresses the topic of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and obesity in the pediatric population.
Many controversies exist in the cardiovascular management of neonates. This grand rounds video strives to fill the knowledge gaps by emphasizing the importance of multi-disciplinary interaction.
In “Obesity: Adult Diseases the Pediatrician Can Prevent Today,” CHOC Children’s pediatrician Alexandra Roche, MD, reviews a number of health consequences that are a direct result of obesity.
“When Animals Attack!: A primer on zoonoses for the General Pediatrician” is a quick review of animal borne diseases. The presentation, given by Dr. Jennifer Green, provides physicians with guidelines for approaching patients who might have animal borne diseases.