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Forensic Medical Evaluation of Children Seeking Asylum: A Guide for Pediatricians.

Matthew G Gartland, Roya Ijadi-Maghsoodi, Minal Giri, Sarah Messmer, Katherine Peeler, Ashley Barkoudah, Sural Shah,

Applications for asylum in the United States have increased significantly in the past decade, including those by children fleeing persecution. Pediatricians may serve as a resource for children seeking asylum by participating in specialized training and performing forensic medical evaluations for use in the legal process. A forensic medical evaluation ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e215-e221]

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An American Academy of Pediatrics State Chapter Initiative Advocating for Immigrant Children and Families.

Minal Giri, Melissa Palma, Deanna Behrens, Yessenia Castro-Caballero, Marielle Fricchione, Xochil Galeano, Tim Herring, Mary Elsner,

The Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics Refugee Immigrant Child Health Initiative (RICHI), a collaboration of physicians and child advocates, is one of the most robust state chapter programs of its kind. RICHI evolved by tapping into its key demographics to discern both patient needs and providers' skill sets. Although ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e228-e232]

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Pacifiers: A Cause for Confusion.

Bridget M Wild, Benjamin Kornfeld,

Pacifier avoidance is recommended in the newborn nursery to optimize exclusive breast-feeding rates according to the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative. There are many reasons why parents may choose to provide a pacifier to their infant, particularly due to the association between pacifier use with sleep and risk reduction for sudden infant ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e204-e206]

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Human Trafficking of Children.

Dena Nazer, Jordan Greenbaum,

Human trafficking has been increasingly recognized worldwide as a major public health problem. It is a crime based on exploitation of the most vulnerable and marginalized people of any community and is a violation of human rights. Children, especially immigrant and refugee children, are at risk of victimization and may ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e209-e214]

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Vomiting Children: It's Not Always Gastroenteritis.

Madeline Mier, Amanda Nelson, Leah Finkel,

Emesis is a common presentation in children. Many diagnostic considerations need to be made in a child with emesis and no diarrhea, particularly if lasting longer than 24 hours. The differential diagnosis includes trauma, increased intracranial pressure, obstruction, and metabolic abnormalities such as diabetic ketoacidosis. Prompt recognition with appropriate testing ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e233-e241]

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The Care of the Child Who Is An Immigrant or Refugee.

Ana C Monterrey, Justin D Triemstra,

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e207-e208]

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Medical Anthropology in Pediatrics: Improving Disparities by Partnering with Families.

Nandini Mandlik, Deepak Kamat,

Cultural health beliefs and practices often affect accuracy of diagnoses, health care delivery, and treatment plan adherence, which can lead to health disparity. However, the effect of these belief systems, and acceptance of health care provider recommendations is not commonly discussed. As the proportion of patients from a variety of ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e222-e227]

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The Evolving COVID-19 Pandemic: An Update.

Joseph R Hageman,

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(5):e201-e203]

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Painful Periods in the Adolescent Girl.

Olga Myszko, Noor Al-Husayni, Hina J Talib,

Up to two-thirds of adolescent girls report painful periods but few seek medical care for their dysmenorrhea. Dysmenorrhea is associated with multiple physical and psychological symptoms, and the delayed evaluation and treatment of dysmenorrhea contributes to a poor quality of life and can result in lifelong health problems, including chronic ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e176-e182]

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What About the Flu?

Joseph R Hageman,

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e153-e154]

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A Practical Approach to Congenital Urogenital Anomalies in Female Pediatric Patients.

Gregory W Kirschen, Lianna F Wood, Natalie Semenyuk,

Congenital anomalies of the female reproductive tract are relatively common and can be both confusing to understand as well as challenging to diagnose and manage in a busy pediatric clinical practice. Here, we lay out some of the most common genitourinary tract anomalies in female pediatric patients. We highlight the ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e188-e195]

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Essential Topics in Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology.

Hina J Talib,

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e161-e162]

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Prepubertal and Adolescent Vulvovaginitis: What to Do When a Girl Reports Vaginal Discharge.

Aviya Lanis, Hina J Talib, Nancy Dodson,

Vaginitis presents with vaginal discharge, odor, pruritis, and/or discomfort and affects up to 75% of girls and women over the course of their lifetimes, with most women experiencing their first episode during adolescence. Given the prevalence of this disorder, this article aims to provide an overview of vaginitis for the ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e170-e175]

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General Pediatric Clinical Applications of POCUS: Part 2.

Leah Finkel, Seema Ghelani, Komal Paladugu, Shuvani Sanyal, Joseph S Colla,

The use of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) performed by non-radiologists has become more widespread and is entering new arenas of clinical care, particularly in the world of pediatrics. Children are prime candidates for ultrasound because they are more at risk to the harmful effects of ionizing radiation than adults. This is ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e196-e200]

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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding in Adolescent Girls.

Jennifer Davila, Elizabeth M Alderman,

Heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) is a common complaint among adolescent girls. It reflects an abnormal volume of blood loss during the menstrual cycle. Abnormal uterine bleeding can manifest as HMB but includes menstrual irregularity. In many cases, immaturity of the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis or hormonal conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome leading ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e163-e169]

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Adnexal Masses in Adolescents.

Jennifer L Northridge,

Adnexal masses in adolescents, such as functional cysts, are often benign and can usually be managed expectantly since they typically regress on their own. The most common ovarian neoplasm in adolescents is a benign cystic teratoma. Both functional cysts and benign cystic teratomas are associated with ovarian torsion. Of concern, ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e183-e187]

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Pediatric Hypertension.

Leah Khan,

Hypertension is an important and often overlooked problem in the pediatric population. In 2017, the American Academy of Pediatrics updated their guidelines for the diagnosis and management of hypertension. The new guidelines include a refined definition of the blood pressure stages and also a new diagnostic reference table with updated ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(4):e155-e160]

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Infestations, Bites, and Insect Repellents.

Sonia Kamath, Brandi Kenner-Bell,

Infestations and arthropod bite reactions in children are common reasons for presentation to pediatric health care providers. Infestations in children include head lice, scabies, and other mites. Fleas and bed bugs are common causes of bite reactions in children, and papular urticaria is a chronic, recurrent eruption resulting from delayed ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e124-e131]

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The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Joseph R Hageman,

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e99-e100]

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Atopic Dermatitis: Update on Pathogenesis and Therapy.

Norma Olivia de la O-Escamilla, Robert Sidbury,

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is the most common inflammatory skin condition in pediatric patients. AD has long been associated with comorbidities including food allergies, asthma, and allergic rhinitis, but recent literature has expanded this list to include attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and depression. AD has tremendous impact on quality of life for both ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e140-e146]

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Pediatric Dermatology-A Review for the Pediatric Provider.

Anthony J Mancini,

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e106-e108]

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Exanthematous Eruptions in Children.

Trevor K Young, Vikash S Oza,

Childhood exanthems are commonly encountered by pediatricians in the hospital and the office. In the last several decades, we have seen a shift in the epidemiology of many of these diseases. After being deemed eliminated at the turn of 21st century, measles has experienced a resurgence secondary to falling vaccination ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e116-e123]

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General Pediatric Clinical Applications of POCUS: Part 1.

Leah Finkel, Komal Paladugu, Shuvani Sanyal, Seema Ghelani, Joseph S Colla,

The use of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) performed by non-radiologists has become more widespread and is entering new arenas of clinical care. Children in particular are prime candidates for ultrasound, as they are both usually thinner than adults and are particularly at risk from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation. In ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e147-e152]

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Acne Vulgaris: Treatment Made Easy for the Primary Care Physician.

Katherine Berry, Jordan Lim, Andrea L Zaenglein,

Acne is the most common skin condition observed in adolescent and preadolescent patients. Pediatric providers are on the forefront of managing the disease, often as a secondary concern in a busy practice. Therefore, every provider needs to have an acne treatment plan that is effective, easy to communicate, and simple ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e109-e115]

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Cutaneous Drug Eruptions in Pediatrics-A Primer.

Caroline E Perez, Jonathan A Dyer,

Cutaneous adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are commonly seen in the pediatric population in both inpatient and outpatient settings and are important to identify, evaluate, and appropriately manage. Early recognition and proper classification of a cutaneous drug reaction allows the clinician the ability to narrow in on a culprit drug and ... Read more >>

Pediatr Ann (Pediatric annals)
[2020, 49(3):e132-e139]

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