Dr Lizanne Noronha, Dr Lea Solman A birthmark is a mark on the skin that is there at birth or appears shortly afterwards. Birthmarks can… Read More »Infantile Haemangiomas – Don’t get yourself in a (strawberry) jam!
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Dr Melody Bacon and Dr Louise Hartley “Dear General Paediatric Colleague, I would be grateful if you could urgently review Sam, a 14 year old boy… Read More »Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension – Too Much Pressure Inside My Head
Dr Margaret Sinnott, Dr Aimée Henry, Dr Shilpa Shah This case (which has been anonymised) is an interesting one. It started with a midwife’s worry… Read More »Salty AF: Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
Mahreen Sohail and Abi Whitehouse Having dysfunctional cilia can really put your mucus in the wrong place at the wrong time. Primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD)… Read More »Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia: My Cilia’s Off Beat!
Adam Lawton and Abi Whitehouse The radiologist’s report comes back on that baby with respiratory distress and the unusual-looking x-ray. It reads: “This lesion is… Read More »Congenital Pulmonary Airway Malformations (CPAM) – the abnormality formerly known as CCAM.
Dr Hannah Wood, Dr Melody Bacon, Dr Louise Hartley What is ADEM? ADEM is a rare, inflammatory, neurological disorder seen in children and young adults.… Read More »ADEM: Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis
Mahreen Sohail and Arwa Othman Children fall sick…a lot! But how sick is too sick for a normal child? At what point do you need… Read More »Immunodeficiency: How sick is too sick?
Dr Stacey Killick What a year it has been, with the parameters of our roles as paediatricians ever-changing, now and leading into the unforeseen future.… Read More »Top Tips: Self-Care for this winter in Paediatrics
Lizzie Wortley, ST7 paediatrics It can be really easy to get frustrated when working. We know that even when seeing ten wheezers a day, they… Read More »Social Paediatrics: Time to Come to the Party