Carolina Vega, MD

Fellowship: Emergency Ultrasound, University of Massachusetts
Attending physician, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Fellowship: Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Children's Hospital of Michigan
Residency:
 University of Connecticut
Medical school: Tufts University School of Medicine

Periappendiceal abscesses are a rare complication of pediatric appendicitis. In this case presentation, the little-seen consequence was identified by point-of-care ultrasound.
Point-of-care ultrasound can be used to detect Meckel’s diverticulum as the underlying etiology of lower abdominal pain in pediatric patients. In the following case, bedside family-centered teaching a
Pediatric patients with abdominal pain and dysuria - even older children - may be suffering the effects of infected urachal remnants. How can you treat this condition?
Juvenile dermatomyositis is a treatable idiopathic inflammatory myopathy that causes progressive proximal muscle weakness and characteristic dermatologic phenomena. Without treatment, there is signifi
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