Recent Pediatric Cases


An 11-year-old girl with a medical history of eczema and myopia presented for imaging with a primary complaint of right hand pain and hypothenar swelling. The patient stated that she did not have any recent trauma to her hand.

Burkitt lymphoma causing colocolonic intussusception

A 6.5-year-old male with no past medical history presented with a chief complaint of decreased PO intake and crampy abdominal pain for the past 3 or 4 weeks.

Large-bowel obstruction

A 9-year-old male presented to the emergency department with two days of non-bloody, non-bilious emesis and one day of abdominal distention.

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Approach to local anesthesia in children

A minor pain at the beginning of a procedure can upset the child, making completion of the procedure more difficult. The best way to minimize the intensity of a painful stimulus is to provide suitable skin and track anesthesia to the level of the target anatomy.

Ultrasound diagnosis of midgut volvulus

An 11-month-old boy presented to the emergency department with non-bloody, non-bilious emesis. The patient was diagnosed with gastroenteritis and sent home.

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