Challenging Cases in Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Developed by leading practitioners, this all-new clinical resource and learning tool brings you 77 expertly prepared reports based on actual emergency department cases. Enhance your ability to cope with both common and less frequently encountered pediatric emergencies. From patient presentation to final outcome, you'll see exactly "how it's done." The concise text steps you through assessment; differential diagnosis; evaluation; final case discussion, including management recommendations; and suggested readings. More than 150 full-color photos aid in patient evaluation and diagnostic and treatment decision-making. Case reports are grouped by topic area for quick lookup--gastrointestinal and abdominal presentations, febrile illnesses, allergies and skin reactions, injuries, central nervous system presentations, head and neck presentations, extremity presentations, genital/rectal conditions, and pulmonary presentations.
Headache, Eye Pain, and Decreased Responsiveness
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2005. "Headache, Eye Pain, and Decreased Responsiveness", Challenging Cases in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Loren Yamamoto, MD, MPH, MBA, FAAP, FACEP, John T. Kanegaye, MD, FAAP, FACEP
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