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Radiology Cases In Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Awarded the 1996 Professional Medical Education Award by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
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Loren G. Yamamoto, MD, MPH
Alson S. Inaba, MD
Robert M. DiMauro, MD
Kapiolani Medical Center For Women And Children
Dept. Pediatrics, University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
1319 Punahou Street, Honolulu, HI 96826
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Volume 1 - November 1994 (Copyright 1994, L. Yamamoto)
Case 1 - Toxic Infant With a Full Fontanelle
Case 2 - The Stomach Flu ? - The Target, Crescent, and Absent Liver Edge Signs
Case 3 - Abdominal Pain With a Negative Abdominal Examination
Case 4 - Persistent Abdominal Pain
Case 5 - Cervical Spine Malalignment - True or Pseudo Subluxation ?
Case 6 - Diminished Breath Sounds and Air in the Chest
Case 7 - Hamman's Sign
Case 8 - Foreign Body Aspiration in a Child
Case 9 - Respiratory Distress: That's a Tension Pneumothorax, Isn't It ?
Case 10 - Drooling, Stridor, and a Barking Cough: Croup ??
Case 11 - Elbow Ossification Centers in a Child
Case 12 - Radiographic Examination of the Elbow - The Hourglass Sign
Case 13 - Child With a Sprained Wrist
Case 14 - A Hand Contusion
Case 15 - Monteggia's Injury
Case 16 - Galeazzi's Injury
Case 17 - Elbow Sprain in a Child
Case 18 - Salter-Harris
Case 19 - Swollen Elbow with a Normal X-Ray
Case 20 - Sever's Disease
Volume 2 - March 1995 (Copyright 1995, L. Yamamoto)
Case 1 - Hemoptysis Identifies an Esophageal Coin
Case 2 - Seizure and VSD in a 2-Month Old Infant
Case 3 - Wheezing and Cyanosis in a 16-Month Old
Case 4 - Ignoring an E.D. Nurse's Assessment
Case 5 - Tachypnea and Abdominal Pain
Case 6 - Wheezing and Respiratory Distress in a 7-Week Old
Case 7 - Recurrent Pneumonia
Case 8 - Recurrent Abdominal Pain and Vomiting in a 7-Year Old
Case 9 - A Second Look at a Coin in the Stomach
Case 10 - Thigh and Knee Pain in an Obese 10-Year Old
Case 11 - Occult Hip Injury - 18-Month Old Won't Bear Weight
Case 12 - Hip Pain in a Hefty 13-Year Old
Case 13 - Vomiting Following Reduction of Intussusception
Case 14 - Hematemesis in a 6-Day Old Infant
Case 15 - Hematochezia and Cold Symptoms in an Infant
Case 16 - Sweeping the Airway for a Foreign Body
Case 17 - Sudden Thigh Swelling in a 6-Week Old Infant
Case 18 - Test Your Skill in Reading Pediatric Elbows
Case 19 - Rule Out Epiglottitis
Case 20 - Test Your Skill in Reading Pediatric Lateral Necks
Volume 3 - August 1995 (Copyright 1995, L. Yamamoto)
Case 1 - Myocardial Failure in a 2-Month Old
Case 2 - Severe Chronic Lung Disease and Respiratory Distress
Case 3 - Ankle Injuries: A Sprained Ankle ?
Case 4 - Foot Pain in Triage
Case 5 - Test Your Skill in Reading Pediatric Ankles
Case 6 - Aspirating the Ankle Joint
Case 7 - Hemoptysis and Anemia in a 12-Year Old
Case 8 - Dice Ingestion
Case 9 - Moyamoya Disease
Case 10 - Abdominal Pain with Faint Intra-Abdominal Calcifications
Case 11 - Respiratory Distress and Abdominal Distention
Case 12 - Severe Acute Chest Pain in an Adolescent
Case 13 - Acute Chest Pain in a Tall Slender Teenager
Case 14 - Severe Hypernatremia - Salt Poisoning
Case 15 - Severe Hyponatremia and Non-Reactive Pupils in a 3-Year Old
Case 16 - Failure to Thrive and Vomiting in a 1-Month Old
Case 17 - Bilious Vomiting in a 3-Month Old
Case 18 - Test Your Skill in Distinguishing Bowel Obstruction From Ileus
Case 19 - Abdominal Pain and the Peritoneal Fat Margins
Case 20 - Test Your Skill in Reading Pediatric Chest Radiographs
Volume 4 - January 1996 (Copyright 1996, L. Yamamoto)
Case 1 - Focal Seizure in a 5-Year Old
Case 2 - Bucket Handle and Corner Fractures
Case 3 - Tachypnea in a 2-Month Old
Case 4 - Pearl-Like Chest Calcifications
Case 5 - Test Your Skill In Reading More Pediatric Chest Radiographs
Case 6 - T.B. in the E.D.
Case 7 - Avoid This Airway Complication
Case 8 - Right Lower Quadrant Pain in an 13-Year Old Female
Case 9 - Periumbilical Abdominal Pain
Case 10 - Post-Surgical Febrile Seizure and Vomiting
Case 11 - Acute Knee Pain Following Trauma
Case 12 - Closed Reduction of a Dislocated Shoulder
Case 13 - Blunt Shoulder Trauma: Fracture, Dislocation, or AC Separation
Case 14 - Fractured Radius From a Fall, Rule-Out Foot Fracture
Case 15 - Osteoid Osteoma
Case 16 - A Limping 6-Year Old
Case 17 - Fever and Refusal to Walk In a 4-Year Old
Case 18 - The Toddler's Fracture: Accident or Child Abuse ?
Case 19 - Adolescent Female With Hip Pain
Case 20 - Acute Hip Pain in a Sprinting Teen
Volume 5 - October 1996 (Copyright 1996, L. Yamamoto)
Case 1 - Fever With Neck Stiffness . . . Rule Out Meningitis?
Case 2 - Cervical Spine Radiographs
Case 3 - The Hangman's Fracture
Case 4 - The Jefferson Fracture
Case 5 - Other Cervical Spine Fractures
Case 6 - Intracranial Hypertension and Brain Herniation Syndromes
Case 7 - Intracranial Hemorrhages
Case 8 - Lethargy and Fever
Case 9 - Infant Skull Fractures
Case 10 - Lethargy and Vomiting Following Child Abuse
Case 11 - Hip Pain in an 11-Year Old
Case 12 - Abdominal/Hip Pain With Fever in a 2-Year Old
Case 13 - Hemoptysis in an 11-Year Old: Scimitar Syndrome
Case 14 - Pulmonary Sequestration
Case 15 - Near Drowning
Case 16 - CAST Syndrome
Case 17 - Gastric Dilatation in a 3-Week Old
Case 18 - Right-Sided Abdominal Pain in a 10-Year Old
Case 19 - Bowel Obstruction With Intraintestinal Sand
Case 20 - Membranous Croup
Volume 6 - July 1999 (Copyright 1999, L. Yamamoto)
Case 1 - Shoulder Pain After Throwing a Football
Case 2 - Fussiness Following Minor Trauma in an Infant
Case 3 - Vomiting and Coughing in a 3-Month Old with Weak Bones
Case 4 - Wrist Swelling in a Neonate
Case 5 - Elbow Swelling in a 2-Year Old with Liver Disease
Case 6 - Knee Sprain in a Teenager
Case 7 - Acute Knee Deformity
Case 8 - Sunrise View of the Knee
Case 9 - Orbital Injury
Case 10 - Orbital Pseudotumor
Case 11 - Chronic Lower Extremity Pain
Case 12 - Chest Pain in a 6-Year Old
Case 13 - Backache in a 16-Year Old
Case 14 - Bloody Diarrhea and Dehydration in a 5-Month Old
Case 15 - Hip and Knee Pain in a 4-Year Old
Case 16 - Forearm Deformity in a 4-Year Old
Case 17 - Recurrent Wheezing in an Infant
Case 18 - Appendicoliths
Case 19 - Difficulty Breathing Throughout Infancy
Case 20 - Recurrent Coins and Recurrent Respiratory Infections
Volume 7 - Final Release Date Pending (Copyright 2000, L. Yamamoto)
Case 1 - Fever and Upper Back Tenderness
Case 2 - A Growing Skull Fracture
Case 3 - Prolonged Cough and Fever
Case 4 - Proteus Syndrome
Case 5 - Urolithiasis
Case 6 - A Large Calcified Kidney Stone
Case 7 - Forearm Swelling, Pain, and Numbness Following Trauma
Case 8 - Multiple Trauma in a 2-Year Old
Case 9 - Herpes Encephalitis
Case 10 - A Complication of a Retropharyngeal Abscess
Case 12 - Painless Scrotal Swelling
Case 18 - Find the Intussusception Target and Crescent Signs
Remainder of Volume 7 is in progress. If you have any interesting cases that you would like to submit for inclusion in future volumes, please contact me by E-mail.
Thank you very much for your interest.
Loren Yamamoto, MD, MPH
Professor of Pediatrics
University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
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