By Binita Shah, Michael Lucchesi
More than 1,600 top of the range medical photos facilitate speedy, exact visible prognosis in pediatric emergencies
A Doody's center identify for 2015!
- More than 1,600 superior medical pictures and imaging
- Content that spans infancy via youth
- Comprehensive insurance of issues prepared by means of physique structures, together with trauma
- A constant presentation presents fast entry to scientific beneficial properties, differential prognosis, therapy and disposition, and medical pearls
The Atlas of Pediatric Emergency medication, 2e can provide speedy entry to the visible cues, diagnostic signs, and acute remedy for all pediatric emergencies. The Editors and individuals have compiled a unprecedented choice of their most sensible medical pictures and imaging experiences and mixed them with concise, logically prepared text.
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2-6B), and had placed the popsicle on the thigh of the infant. A skin biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of cold panniculitis, and charges were subsequently dropped against the family. Associated Clinical Features 1. Popsicle panniculitis is seen especially in infants who suck on popsicles or ice cubes, who do not move them around in the mouth as do adults. As a result, the cold object is in contact with the buccal fat for long periods of time, causing cold injury. 2. Popsicle panniculitis is commonly seen during summertime.
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