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  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 20, 2019

    PROLONGED PR INTERVAL AND ERYTHEMA MARGINATUM IN A CHILD WITH ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER

    A 9-year-old girl presented to the emergency department with bilateral hip pain. Eight days before onset, she had fever and sore throat...

    Child
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 20, 2019

    IMPACT OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS ON OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS WITH KAWASAKI DISEASE

    To evaluate the association of neighborhood socioeconomic status with time to intravenous immunoglobulin treatment, length of stay...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 20, 2019

    COMPARING THE RISK OF SUDDEN UNEXPECTED INFANT DEATH TO COMMON CAUSES OF CHILDHOOD INJURY DEATH

    In a secondary analysis of publicly available data, the rate of sudden unexplained infant death in the first year exceeded the peak...

    Child
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 20, 2019

    LATE-ONSET CIRCULATORY COLLAPSE AND RISK OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS

    To investigate whether the development of postnatal, late-onset refractory hypotension, referred to as late-onset circulatory collapse,...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 18, 2019

    NEAR ADULT HEIGHT IN GIRLS WITH TURNER SYNDROME TREATED WITH GROWTH HORMONE FOLLOWING EITHER INDUCED OR SPONTANEOUS PUBERTY

    To understand whether spontaneous vs induced puberty and the type and route of estrogen influence the height of girls with Turner syndrome...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 18, 2019

    DAMAGING VARIANTS IN PROANGIOGENIC GENES IMPAIR GROWTH IN FETUSES WITH CARDIAC DEFECTS

    To determine the impact of damaging genetic variation in proangiogenic pathways on placental function, complications of pregnancy,...

    Pregnancy
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 14, 2019

    GASTROENTERITIS, HEPATITIS, ENCEPHALOPATHY, AND HUMAN HERPESVIRUS 6 DETECTION IN AN IMMUNOCOMPETENT CHILD: BENEFITS AND RISKS OF SYNDROMIC MULTIPLEX MOLECULAR PANEL TESTING

    An immunocompetent toddler came to medication attention with gastroenteritis, complicated by encephalopathy and hepatitis. Multiplexed...

    Hepatitis, Child
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 14, 2019

    USE OF A MODIFIED EARLY-ONSET SEPSIS RISK CALCULATOR FOR NEONATES EXPOSED TO CHORIOAMNIONITIS

    To validate the recently modified Kaiser Permanente early-onset sepsis calculator with a higher baseline incidence in chorioamnionitis...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 14, 2019

    SEIZURE RESCUE MEDICATION USE AMONG US PEDIATRIC EPILEPSY PROVIDERS: A SURVEY OF THE PEDIATRIC EPILEPSY RESEARCH CONSORTIUM

    To assess how pediatric neurologists prescribe home seizure rescue medications to treat acute prolonged seizures and clusters of seizures...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 14, 2019

    LARVA ERUPTION: A FURUNCLE IN A RETURNED TRAVELLER

    A 3-year-old boy presented to the emergency department with a 5-day history of a progressive painful swelling to his scalp. He had...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 14, 2019

    ASSESSING THE EFFICACY OF VERY EARLY MOTOR REHABILITATION IN CHILDREN WITH DOWN SYNDROME

    Among children with Down syndrome, the frequency of motor rehabilitation intervention and the age at the start of this intervention...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 14, 2019

    SHORT SLEEP DURATION AND LATER OVERWEIGHT IN INFANTS

    To provide further knowledge about the longitudinal association between sleep duration and overweight in infants.

    Sleep, Overweight
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 13, 2019

    MORE ON THE IMPACT OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS PALIVIZUMAB GUIDANCE FOR INFANTS WITH RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS INFECTION

    According to the 2014 American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations, preterm infants born at ≥29 weeks' gestational age no longer...

    Hospital
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 13, 2019

    REPLY

    We thank Rossi et al for commenting on our study supporting adherence to the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations for palivizumab...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 13, 2019

    INVOLUNTARY MOVEMENTS WITH ABNORMAL BRAIN IMAGING LED TO THE DIAGNOSIS

    A 17-year-old girl presented to the neurology clinic with a 1-year history of imbalance and falls. She resided at a long-term psychiatric...

    Neurology, Brain, Eye, Hands
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 12, 2019

    FREE VITAMIN D: RELATIONSHIP TO INSULIN SENSITIVITY AND VASCULAR HEALTH IN YOUTH

    To evaluate the relationship of free 25 hydroxy vitamin D or bioavailable vitamin D concentrations to insulin sensitivity and cardiovascular...

    Vitamins, Overweight
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 12, 2019

    CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF ARTERIAL STIFFNESS IN ADOLESCENTS WITH DOWN SYNDROME

    To test whether youth with Down syndrome have aortic stiffness indices, as measured by pulse wave velocity , that differ from youth...

    Adolescence
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 12, 2019

    NEONATAL ANTIBIOTICS AND PREMATURITY ARE ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREASED RISK OF FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS IN THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE

    To assess the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders in the first year of life and the influence of different neonatal...

  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 12, 2019

    PUSTULAR ERUPTION IN KAWASAKI DISEASE

    A 4-year-old previously healthy boy presented to the emergency department for evaluation of 5 days of fever and 6 days of diffuse pustular...

    Dermatology
  • By The Journal of Pediatrics   -   Jun 12, 2019

    DIEULAFOY LESION: AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF EXCESSIVE GASTRIC BLEEDING IN A NEONATE

    Following a spontaneous vaginal delivery, a 2470-g, 36-week estimated gestational age male infant was admitted to a level III newborn...