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Featuring over 500 full-color clinical photographs, succinct clinical pearls, and detailed differential diagnosis tables, Visual Diagnosis in Pediatrics is a visual guide to the rapid and accurate diagnosis of pediatric problems. This atlas will greatly assist busy practitioners in recognizing disease entities and distinguishing among entities that appear similar. The Second Edition includes information on treatment and has 150 new images. Organized by anatomic site, the book focuses on presenting problems. Each chapter includes bulleted clinical pearls on the history and physical examination. A differential diagnosis table lists all common diagnoses with ICD-9 codes and the distinguishing characteristics for each diagnosis. Clinical photographs of each entity are then shown, including ethnic variations where relevant.
Table of Contents
I: VISUAL DIAGNOSES IN THE NEWBORN 1: Breastfeeding 2: Scalp Swellings in Newborns 3: Newborn Facial Lesions 4: Abnormal Head Shape 5: Newborn Lower Extremity Abnormalities 6: Imperforate Anus 7: Newborn Skin Abnormalities II: GENERAL APPEARANCE 8: General Appearance III: HEAD 9: Hair Loss 10: White Specks in the Hair 11: Lumps on the Face IV: EYES 12: Red Eye 13: Swelling of/around the Eye 14: Discoloration of/around the Eye 15: Pupil, Iris, and Lens Abnormalities 16: Misalignment of the Eyes V: EARS 17: Abnormalities in Ear Shape and Position 18: Ear Swelling 19: Ear Pits and Tags 20: Ear Canal Findings 21: Tympanic Membrane Abnormalities VI: NOSE 22: Nasal Bridge Swelling 23: Nasal Swelling, Discharge, and Crusting VII: MOUTH 24: Mouth Sores and Patches 25: Focal Gum Lesions 26: Discoloration of the Teeth 27: Oral Clefts and Other Variants 28: Tongue Discoloration and Surface Changes 29: Swellings Within the Mouth 30: Throat Redness VIII: NECK 31: Neck Masses and Swelling IX: CHEST 32: Abnormal Chest Shape 33: Breast Swelling and Enlargement 34: Chest Lumps X: ABDOMEN 35: Abdominal Midline Bulge 36: Enlarged/Distended Abdomen XI: BACK 37: Curvature of the Back 38: Midline Back Pits, Skin Tags, Hair Tufts, and Other Lesions XII: EXTREMITIES 39: Nail Abnormalities 40: Arm Displacement 41: Arm Swelling 42: Hand Swelling 43: Finger Abnormalities 44: Fingertip Swelling 45: Leg Asymmetry 46: Leg Bowing and Knock Knees 47: Intoeing 48: Knee Swelling 49: Foot Deformities 50: Foot Swelling 51: Foot Rashes and Lumps XIII: GENITAL AND PERINEAL REGION 52: Female Genitalia: Variations 53: Penile Abnormalities 54: Penile Swelling 55: Perineal Red Rashes 56: Perineal Sores and Lesions 57: Vulvar Swelling and Masses 58: Scrotal Swelling XIV: PERIANAL AREA AND BUTTOCKS 59: Perianal and Buttock Swelling 60: Perianal and Buttock Redness XV: SKIN 61: Facial Rashes 62: Diffuse Red Rashes 63: Red Patches and Swellings 64: Linear Red Rashes 65: Focal Red Bumps 66: Raised Red Rashes 67: Vesicular Rashes 68: Nonblanching Rashes 69: Scaly Rashes 70: Fine, Bumpy Rashes 71: Hypopigmented Rashes 72: Hyperpigmented Rashes 73: Bullous Rashes