Childhood cancer survivors are at risk for long-term peripheral neuropathy, particularly when treated with cisplatin.
Although a range of incidental findings may be observed on MRI obtained in pediatric headache, they are rarely indicative of a serious underlying condition.
The updated guidelines outline common types of complementary medicines, provide educational resources, and more.
Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage in childhood-onset SLE is associated with serious disease flares, and is complicated by sepsis and high mortality rate.
There was also a significant difference in hospital costs between the discharged and admitted patients, with an average increase in $4291.50 for admitted patients.
Care gaps relate to patient characteristics, including demographics, disease-related characteristics.
Children and teens with chronic headache pain and suspected of having an underlying psychiatric disorder should be screened for anxiety and depression.
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