By Binita Shah, Michael Lucchesi
More than 1,600 fine quality medical photos facilitate quick, actual visible prognosis in pediatric emergencies
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- More than 1,600 premier medical images and imaging
- Content that spans infancy via early life
- Comprehensive insurance of issues prepared by way of physique structures, together with trauma
- A constant presentation offers rapid entry to scientific gains, differential prognosis, therapy and disposition, and scientific pearls
The Atlas of Pediatric Emergency medication, 2e can provide fast entry to the visible cues, diagnostic signs, and acute remedy for all pediatric emergencies. The Editors and members have compiled a unprecedented number of their most sensible medical pictures and imaging reports and mixed them with concise, logically prepared text.
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2. The patient needs a very close follow-up by orthopedics and their primary care physician. Multidisciplinary management with referrals as indicated to a dentist, a geneticist, an endocrinologist, and a social worker for family support are also needed. 3. Goals of therapy include: a. Splinting of fractures b. Maximizing comfort and function c. Management of fractures in patients with only moderate involvement with OI is no different from management of fractures in otherwise normal children. 61 62 d.
Differential Diagnosis: Mongolian Spot Accidental or inflicted injury Other forms of dermal melanocytosis (1) Examples: blue nevus, nevus of Ito, nevus of Ota (see Fig. 2-7) (2) These are permanent lesions (unlike the majority of mongolian spots) Figure 2-7. Nevus of Ota Unilateral blue-gray pigmentation with a specked appearance that was present since birth in this 4-year-old girl. She also had involvement of the sclera. As shown here, about 50% cases of nevi of Ota involve ophthalmic and maxillary divisions of the trigeminal nerve.
The bluish-gray discoloration is also seen on the sacrogluteal area (the most common site of mongolian spots). The lesion on his back also extends to the anterior chest wall. B. This 6-month-old infant was brought to the ED in cardiopulmonary arrest without any vital signs. He had bluish-gray macular lesions on the buttocks and trunk, as well as a small red bruise on his right cheek. There were no apparent causes for his arrest at presentation and his physical examination was otherwise negative.
Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Shah by Binita Shah, Michael Lucchesi