Pediatric

Presentations relating to the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents.

  1. ABDOMINAL MASS

  2. ACUTE ABDOMINAL PAIN

  3. ACUTE RENAL FAILURE

  4. ALTERED LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS

  5. ANEMIA BY MCV

  6. ANEMIA BY MECHANISM

  7. APPARENT LIFE THREATENING EVENT

  8. BLEEDING/BRUISING

  9. CHRONIC ABDOMINAL PAIN

  10. CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE

  11. CONGENITAL ANOMALIES

  12. CONSTIPATION: (PEDIATRIC)

  13. CYANOSIS IN THE NEWBORN

  14. DEHYDRATION

  15. DEPRESSED/LETHARGIC NEWBORN

  16. DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY

  17. DYSURIA

  18. EDEMA

  19. ENURESIS

  20. FAILURE TO THRIVE

  21. FAILURE TO THRIVE: Adequate Calorie Consumption

  22. FAILURE TO THRIVE: Inadequate Calorie Consumption

  23. FEBRILE SEIZURES

  24. FEVER (AGE 1-3 MONTHS)

  25. FEVER (AGE <1 MONTH)

  26. FEVER (AGE >3 MONTHS)

  27. GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY/INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY

  28. HEADACHE

  29. HEMATURIA

  30. HYPERNATREMIA

  31. HYPOGLYCEMIA

  32. HYPONATREMIA

  33. HYPTONIC INFANT (Floppy Newborn)

  34. INCREASED URINARY FREQUENCY

  35. LARGE FOR GESTATIONAL AGE

  36. LIMP

  37. LONG PT (INR), LONG PTT

  38. LONG PT (INR), NORMAL PTT

  39. LYMPHADENOPATHY

  40. MICROCYTIC ANEMIA

  41. MOUTH DISORDERS: PEDIATRIC

  42. MURMUR IN THE NEWBORN (<48 HOURS)

  43. MURMUR IN THE NEWBORN BEYOND NEONATAL PERIOD

  44. NEONATAL JAUNDICE: Approach To Direct Hyperbilirubinemia

  45. NEONATAL JAUNDICE: Approach To Indirect Hyperbilirubinemia

  46. NOISY BREATHING: Pediatric Stridor

  47. NOISY BREATHING: Pediatric Wheezing

  48. NON-EPILEPTIC PAROXYSMAL EVENT

  49. NORMAL PT (INR), LONG PTT

  50. OTALGIA (EARACHE)

  51. PEDIATRIC COUGH: Acute

  52. PEDIATRIC COUGH: Chronic

  53. PEDIATRIC DIARRHEA

  54. PEDIATRIC DYSPNEA

  55. PEDIATRIC EPILEPSIES

  56. PEDIATRIC FRACTURES

  57. PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS SKIN RASH

  58. PEDIATRIC MOOD AND ANXIETY DISORDERS

  59. PEDIATRIC SEIZURE: Spells

  60. PEDIATRIC SEIZURES

  61. PEDIATRIC VOMITING

  62. PEDIATRIC VOMITING: Systemic causes

  63. PRETERM INFANT COMPLICATIONS (34-36 WEEKS)

  64. PRETERM INFANT COMPLICATIONS (<34 WEEKS)

  65. PROTEINURIA

  66. RASH (ECZEMATOUS)

  67. RASH (PAPULOSQUAMOUS)

  68. RASH (PUSTULAR)

  69. RASH (REACTIVE)

  70. RASH (VESICULOBULLOUS)

  71. RESPIRATORY DISTRESS IN THE NEWBORN

  72. RESPIRATORY DISTRESS IN THE NEWBORN: Tachypnea

  73. SALTER HARRIS PHYSEAL INJURY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

  74. SCHOOL DIFFICULTIES

  75. SCROTAL MASS

  76. SHOCK

  77. SHORT STATURE

  78. SKIN LESION (PRIMARY SKIN)

  79. SKIN LESION (SECONDARY SKIN)

  80. SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE

  81. SORE THROAT/SORE MOUTH

  82. SUDDEN PAROXYSMAL EVENT

  83. SUDDEN UNEXPECTED DEATH IN INFANCY (SUDI)

  84. THROMBOCYTOPENIA

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