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Back to Archive Page 15-year-old with headaches and acutely worsening altered mental status
Back to Archive Page 11-year-old with recurrent seizures
Back to Archive Page 16-year-old female with chronic sinusitis.
Back to Archive Page A neonate presents with respiratory distress
Back to Archive Page 6-year-old male with chest pain
Back to Archive Page 13-year-old female with palpable neck mass
Back to Archive Page 6-month-old baby girl with history of seizure
Back to Archive Page 14-month-old with weak left brachial artery pulse
Back to Archive Page 17-year-old female with polycystic ovarian syndrome medically treated with oral contraceptives develops swelling in her left lower extremity over multiple days, followed by calf pain with ambulation.
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old status post severe motor vehicle accident. Hypotensive on arrival.
Back to Archive Page 11-month-old boy with chronic cough
Back to Archive Page Cyanotic neonate born after 33 weeks gestation
Back to Archive Page 13-year-old male admitted with fever, stridor, productive cough and hemoptysis. The patient's most recent laryngoscopy showed large anterior papillomas in the subglottic airway resulting in 80% obstruction of the airway lumen.
Back to Archive Page An AP radiograph of the chest performed on a newborn female for follow-up on an abnormality noted on prenatal ultrasound demonstrates 2 lucent lesions overlying the left lung base.
Back to Archive Page 8-year-old male presents with a congenital external right ear deformity. Evaluate for middle ear anatomy.
Back to Archive Page A 3-year-old boy presents with 2 weeks of low grade fever and cough
Back to Archive Page Abdominal MRI performed on neonate (4th day) with abnormal prenatal ultrasound
Back to Archive Page Newborn female with a lesion in her mouth
Back to Archive Page 4-month-old female infant with chronic sinusitis
Back to Archive Page A 9-year-old male presents to the ED with facial swelling. Rule out abscess.
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old male presents with history of nasal congestion.
Back to Archive Page 12-year-old male presents with a history of recurrent headache and vomiting
Back to Archive Page 10-year-old male with recent viral infection is admitted with lower extremity paralysis and hyporeflexia. CSF findings reveal elevated protein level without pleocytosis.
Back to Archive Page A 5-year-old white male with history of recent URI presents with 103 fever for the past 3 days and neck pain. There is no history of trauma.
Back to Archive Page A neonate presents with a history of serratia meningitis.
Back to Archive Page 14-year-old girl underwent MRI of the total spine for pre-op evaluation of scoliosis
Back to Archive Page Newborn in the NICU for respiratory distress.
Back to Archive Page Inability to pass a nasogastric tube
Back to Archive Page 6-day-old boy with hypotonia. Delivery history is remarkable for breech presentation.
Back to Archive Page 5-year-old with hearing loss
Back to Archive Page 16-year-old with trauma to the back 5 months ago
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old female presents with headache. The patient has a remote, questionable history of seizures.
Back to Archive Page 2-year-old with neuromuscular deficits
Back to Archive Page 16-year-old soccer player presented with left posterior ankle pain
Back to Archive Page A 3-month-old child presents with a large mass deforming the right upper extremity. Physical examination revealed no skin discoloration, bruit over the lesion on auscultation, and no thrill on palpation. The patient was afebrile, and the lesion was not tender to touch.
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old African American male with a history of short stature and delayed onset of puberty
Back to Archive Page Patient is a 15-year-old male with history of hypertension. Renal angiogram is requested to evaluate for renal artery stenosis.
Back to Archive Page 7-year-old female with nonproductive cough recently treated for pneumonia
Back to Archive Page The patient is a 15-year-old boy with a history of chronic swelling around the left eye.
Back to Archive Page A 9-month-old male presenting to emergency department with sudden onset of stridor.
Back to Archive Page An 11-year-old boy with left neck mass.
Back to Archive Page 2-day-old infant noted to have an abnormality on prenatal ultrasound.
Back to Archive Page 2-month-old infant presents with decreased muscle tone and tachypnea
Back to Archive Page An 8-year-old male diagnosed with cerebral palsy with worsening cognitive performance, spasticity, and seizures.
Back to Archive Page A 16-year-old male presents to his pediatrician for his yearly checkup
Back to Archive Page Neonate with respiratory distress
Back to Archive Page Newborn child with a large mass diagnosed on an 18-week antenatal ultrasound.
Back to Archive Page Adolescent boy with slowly progressive weakness and extremity stiffness
Back to Archive Page 3-week-old child was referred for evaluation of a large pelvic mass
Back to Archive Page 14-year-old female with complaints of left thigh pain and swelling of 3 month duration
Back to Archive Page 17-year-old girl with sickle cell trait presents with acute onset of right flank pain while playing basketball
Back to Archive Page 17-year-old obese female, mentally retarded, with hand and foot deformity
Back to Archive Page 5-year-old female with symptoms of an upper respiratory infection
Back to Archive Page Infant with multiple abnormalities diagnosed on prenatal ultrasound
Back to Archive Page 13-year-old female with abdominal pain
Back to Archive Page A 2-year-old girl presents to the emergency department status post motor vehicle collision. She was restrained appropriately in a car seat and has no obvious injury on initial exam. CTs of the head, cervical spine, chest, abdomen, and pelvis were performed.
Back to Archive Page A 4-year-old girl with no provided history
Back to Archive Page 12-year-old boy, previously healthy, is brought to the emergency room after an episode of seizures
Back to Archive Page 2-day-old boy with abdominal distention and no passage of stool since birth. Diabetic mother.
Back to Archive Page 3-year-old male child with congenital anomalies
Back to Archive Page 17-year-old male hockey player with no significant past medical history presents with dull non-traumatic back pain.
Back to Archive Page 7-year-old boy presents to ED with mild right knee pain and low-grade fever.
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old-male with a history of cystic fibrosis
Back to Archive Page A 9-year-old girl with symptoms of an upper respiratory infection for two days was found by her mother, unresponsive, febrile, and incontinent. She was brought to the Emergency Department, where she began vomiting. She tested positive for Influenza A. A head MRI was ordered.
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old female presents with 5 days of right-upper-quadrant pain that worsens with eating, and labs reveal elevated liver function tests.
Back to Archive Page 12-year-old male presents to the emergency room after a fall on the left arm while playing baseball. He reports tenderness over the distal radius but sensation and motor examination are intact. He has palpable distal pulses.
Back to Archive Page 1-year-old male presents to the Emergency room with fussiness and abdominal fullness on physical exam
Back to Archive Page 5-year-old boy with macrocephaly and developmental delay
Back to Archive Page 20-month-old male with fever, knee swelling and no history of trauma
Back to Archive Page 13-year-old male with right lower quadrant abdominal pain after hitting the handlebars while riding his bike.
Back to Archive Page 5-year-old girl presented with RIGHT foot pain and limping for one week. Three months later, the left foot became symptomatic.
Back to Archive Page 2 1/2-year-old child who presents with a history of abdominal trauma
Back to Archive Page Two-year-old previously healthy child with persistent open posterior fontanelle
Back to Archive Page 5-year-old boy presented with LEFT leg pain inability to bear weight while jumping on a trampoline with heavier kids. He developed the same problem in the RIGHT leg five months later under very similar circumstances.
Back to Archive Page 16-year-old male with right shoulder pain
Back to Archive Page A five-year-old boy presented because of 5 days history of limping, physical exam showed right Trendlenburg gait. Blood work revealed a white blood cell count of 7000 erythrocyte sedimentation rate of 7.
Back to Archive Page A 6-year-old boy with headache, disequilibrium, nausea and vomiting.
Back to Archive Page 2-year-old male with ataxia and seizures
Back to Archive Page Six-month-old child presents with a two-week history of lethargy and vomiting
Back to Archive Page Newborn infant with tachypnea
Back to Archive Page A 3-year-old girl presents to the pediatric clinic with a 4-day history of wheezing. The patient has history of asthma, but her albuterol nebulizer treatments have not helped with this episode.
Back to Archive Page An 11-year-old child with history of surgery for meningioma. Presents for followup imaging.
Back to Archive Page 3-year-old male transferred from outside hospital with nausea/vomiting, abdominal pain and distension
Back to Archive Page 13-month-old male with abnormalities on physical exam
Back to Archive Page 4-year-old female presents to ER with abdominal pain and distension
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old female presents with non-radiating abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. She has a history of prior ileostomy placement for intestinal obstruction as a newborn. This was subsequently reversed without complication.
Back to Archive Page A 14-year-old athlete with low back pain
Back to Archive Page A young patient with nonspecific back pain
Back to Archive Page The patient is a 14-year-old girl who had a 1-month history of shortness of breath and cough with sputum production and fevers. She was treated with Zithromax and then with Biaxin, which were not helpful. She had elevated WBC (16.1), ESR (118), and eosinophilia (43%). PPD and blood cultures were negative. She had a history of multiple respiratory infections.
Back to Archive Page A well-appearing, 4-year-old boy complains of cough, wheezing, and fever.
Back to Archive Page A 17-year-old patient with a history of spastic diplegia, dorsal nerve root rhizotomy in the distant past as a child in an attempt to reduce spasticity, who was sent for CT and MRI spine imaging for chronic low back pain.
Back to Archive Page A newborn male had a mediastinal mass diagnosed on prenatal ultrasound.
Back to Archive Page 1-week-old female
Back to Archive Page 36-week-old preterm infant born at home and brought to emergency room forrespiratory distress.
Back to Archive Page A 23-month-old male with 2 weeks of viral symptoms presenting with progressive weakness and inability to walk.
Back to Archive Page 29-month-old female presents with a bowing deformity on physical examination
Back to Archive Page A 14-month-old male presents to the ER with intermittent abdominal pain and vomiting.
Back to Archive Page A 14-year-old boy with a known bone dysplasia attends orthopedic clinic with a painful knee
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old male with right arm pain after a fall earlier in the day
Back to Archive Page 10-year-old female cheerleader presents with recent onset of right knee pain for several days
Back to Archive Page 16-year-old female with thigh pain
Back to Archive Page A 16-month-old female with mental retardation, coarse facies, and recurrent middle ear effusions.
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old boy with right ankle pain status post trauma
Back to Archive Page An 8-year-old female with a history of ruptured appendix and abscess formation undergoes a contrast-enhanced CT of the abdomen and pelvis following drainage of the periappendiceal abscess.
Back to Archive Page An 18-month-old boy presenting with 2 week history of unsteady gait
Back to Archive Page A 5-year-old male presents with left upper extremity weakness and decreased range of motion.
Back to Archive Page Infant with hypotonia, seizures, and a large head
Back to Archive Page A 14-year-old male presents with left hip pain for 1 year. On exam, there is tenderness to palpation over the left hip.
Back to Archive Page 14-year-old female with seizures
Back to Archive Page An 8-month-old with abnormally shaped head (intubated for exam)
Back to Archive Page A 16-year-old male presents with left flank pain, gross hematuria and intermittent vomiting for 3 weeks. An abdominal CT scan was perfomed.
Back to Archive Page A 30-day-old male neonate presents with urinary tract infection.
Back to Archive Page The patient is an 18-year-old white female who complains of right upper extremity weakness and numbness for three hours before admission. She has experienced intermittent episodes with similar symptoms over the last two to three months occurring two to three times per day. She had no associated headaches, nausea, or vomiting. She had no history of seizure or loss of consciousness.
Back to Archive Page 12-year-old male with left hip pain for one month
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old male with slowly enlarging wrist mass.
Back to Archive Page 17-year-old female with incidental "mass" found in right upper quadrant on pelvic and abdominal ultrasound.
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old female fell in basketball practice and is unable to bear weight.
Back to Archive Page A 6-year-old boy was referred for knee pain and popping.
Back to Archive Page 11-year-old female presents to the emergency room with ankle pain following twisting her ankle.
Back to Archive Page A neonate developed seizures shortly after delivery.
Back to Archive Page A 17-year-old male presents with a palpable right hand abnormality.
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old male presents with right knee pain and "locking" after a sports injury.
Back to Archive Page A 14-year-old boy presented to orthopedic clinic with transient tingling in the little and ring fingers
Back to Archive Page A 17-year-old male presents with history of intractable seizures.
Back to Archive Page A 3-year-old female presents with a two-month history of anorexia and lethargy.
Back to Archive Page Patient is a 22-month-old male who presents with a history of four unexplained seizures over the past year and a head circumference that is in the 98th percentile for his age. Complete neurological examination and EEG are normal.
Back to Archive Page A 17 year-old man presents to his primary care physician with "bulging" in his medial left thigh, detected on a sports physical. On physical exam, there is a palpable thrill and an audible bruit over the bulge. A faint systolic ejection murmur was heard on cardiac auscultation. An intravenous gadolinium chelate-enhanced abdominal magnetic resonance angiogram (MRA) with bilateral lower extremity run off was performed.
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old girl with bilateral wrist stiffness and dorsoulnar palpable lumps
Back to Archive Page A 4-year-old Caucasian female presents with new onset vision loss.
Back to Archive Page A 5-year-old male presents with abdominal pain and vomiting for one day.
Back to Archive Page A 4-year-old boy with ataxia and dizziness for three months
Back to Archive Page A 14-year-old little leaguer, who swung and missed a fastball earlier in the day, comes to the emergency room with knee pain and swelling.
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old male presents with left leg pain status post trauma while playing football.
Back to Archive Page A full-term newborn with normal APGAR scores presents to the neonatal ICU with increased oral secretions and mild respiratory distress shortly after birth.
Back to Archive Page Newborn male with poor response to stimulation.
Back to Archive Page A 13-year-old boy with foot and ankle pain
Back to Archive Page An 8-year-old male with bony swelling over right scapula and restricted movement of right shoulder for past six months.
Back to Archive Page Initial presentation as a 2-year-old boy favoring the left knee.
Back to Archive Page A 6-year-old girl with recent onset of headaches of increasing severity and diabetes insipidus
Back to Archive Page A right-handed little league baseball player presents with right shoulder pain exacerbated by throwing and no history of trauma.
Back to Archive Page The patient is a 10-year-old boy with a history of mixed hearing loss.
Back to Archive Page A 13-year-old female presents with abdominal pain, right lower quadrant tenderness, guarding, elevated lipase, and history of GERD.
Back to Archive Page A 7-year-old child presented to the Emergency Department with left hip pain. An MR was ordered with the history "rule out septic hip".
Back to Archive Page A 13-year-old girl with left-sided chest pain
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old boy with right arm pain following trauma
Back to Archive Page A 7-year-old boy with history of unusual laughing (gelastic) seizures
Back to Archive Page A 4-year-old male status post fall with wrist pain
Back to Archive Page A 17-year-old female with increasing left lower extremity pain.
Back to Archive Page A 9-year-old white female with progressive multifocal bone pain
Back to Archive Page A well-developed, 4-year-old girl presents to her primary care physician with an erythematous scaly facial rash, decreased activity, difficulty climbing stairs, and muscle aches
Back to Archive Page A 16-year-old girl presents with visual changes and gait disturbances
Back to Archive Page A 13-year-old boy with history of seizure onset at four months of age, gradual loss of milestones, and port wine stain on right side of face
Back to Archive Page An 8-year-old girl with a history of port-wine stain covering most of her left lower extremity, asymmetry of her leg length (left longer than right), and pain in her left leg.
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old boy presents with hypoglycemia and polydipsia. He drank over one gallon of juice a day but recently stopped after he began practicing for football. Since this time he began experiencing "black-outs" that were relieved by drinking more juice.
Back to Archive Page A 6-year-old girl with back pain developing over several weeks
Back to Archive Page A 5-year-old boy with elbow pain and swelling
Back to Archive Page A 12-year-old boy with knee pain
Back to Archive Page A 17-year-old boy sent for MRI of his lower leg to evaluate for a suspicious lesion seen on plain films at an outside institution. The plain films were not available at the time of this exam.
Back to Archive Page Recurrent seizures in a young infant with developmental delay
Back to Archive Page A 5-year-old boy with short stature
Back to Archive Page A 2-month-old child with bulging fontanelle and increased head circumference.
Back to Archive Page Newborn with abnormal prenatal ultrasound suggestive of Dandy-Walker malformation, failure to thrive, and poor feeding.
Back to Archive Page A 12-year-old with right shoulder pain
Back to Archive Page A 2-year-old boy presents with an enlarged head circumference during a healthy-child checkup .
Back to Archive Page Palpable calvarial defects in a 10-year-old child.
Back to Archive Page A 2-month-old male with a palpable left parietal mass.
Back to Archive Page An 8-month-old male with seizures and developmental delay.
Back to Archive Page A 16-year-old male presented to the emergency room with abdominal pain and mildly elevated pancreatic enzymes after a sleigh riding accident in which he slid into a wall. Prior CT scan from an outside institution 3 days prior was reported as normal.
Back to Archive Page A 14-month-old boy presents with nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and bloody stools.
Back to Archive Page A 5-month-old male presents with difficulty breathing.
Back to Archive Page A 3-year-old male presented with a 1-week history of acholic stools, constipation, and abdominal distension. On physical exam, the abdomen was hard and distended but was not tender.
Back to Archive Page A 5-day-old, 32 week premature newborn presented with convulsions. A prior brain US performed on the 1st day of life was normal. You are now presented with ultrasound images performed on 5th day of life.
Back to Archive Page A 17 year-old boy presented with right-sided neck swelling and tenderness following an upper respiratory infection. A CT-scan of the right neck was performed.
Back to Archive Page Right scrotal swelling in an otherwise asymptomatic 8-year-old male
Back to Archive Page 2-year-old boy who presented to the ED with intermittent abdominal pain
Back to Archive Page 6-month old female presenting with painless right neck mass
Back to Archive Page 15-year-old female with history of right upper quadrant pain, elevated liver enzymes, and fatigue. The alpha-fetoprotein level was normal.
Back to Archive Page 1-month-old female with thrombocytopenia and anemia
Back to Archive Page 12-year-old male with left scrotal swelling and intermittent pain
Back to Archive Page 9-month-old male presents with abdominal mass and hypertension
Back to Archive Page 2-year-old female patient presented with intractable pruritis, jaundice, and elevated bilirubin.
Back to Archive Page 3-year-old female, history withheld
Back to Archive Page A 19-year-old, 32-week gestation primigravida was referred after an ultrasound showed a cystic brain lesion that needed further characterization
Back to Archive Page 1-day-old male with history of "renal abnormalities" on antenatal ultrasound. Distended abdomen is noted on physical examination.
Back to Archive Page Male newborn after 34 weeks gestation with respiratory distress upon C-section delivery. Physical examination reveals a large abdomen, with severe laxity of the abdominal wall. Additionally, the testicles could not be palpated within the testicular sacs.
Back to Archive Page A 17-year-old male with a two month history of a nonpainful left testicular mass
Back to Archive Page 2-year-old male with incidental abnormality detected on pelvic ultrasound. Images from the ultrasound examination are shown. Subsequently the patient underwent both pelvic MRI and voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG). T2 weighted MRI images and images from the voiding cystourethrogram are also shown.
Back to Archive Page A 12-year-old boy presents to the ER with acute scrotal pain.
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old female presented to the Pediatric Emergency Department with painful swelling of the right neck. An ultrasound examination was performed.
Back to Archive Page The patient is a 1-day-old neonate delivered preterm at 31 week's gestation by cesarean section presenting with respiratory failure and convulsions.
Back to Archive Page Newborn female infant with skeletal abnormality demonstrated on prenatal ultrasound and initial workup consistent with Type II sacral agenesis
Back to Archive Page 2-month-old male with right neck mass and torticollis.
Back to Archive Page A 13-year-old male with a palpable nontender inferior right scrotal mass. An ultrasound was performed.
Back to Archive Page Newborn male with failure to thrive
Back to Archive Page Pediatric patient presents with left upper quadrant pain
Back to Archive Page A 20-month-old male presents to the ER from an outside hospital with painless scrotal mass.
Back to Archive Page A 5-day-old asymptomatic boy
Back to Archive Page An 8-year-old girl with pelvic pain
Back to Archive Page A 3-year-old female presents to the pediatric clinic with history of a recently discovered lump in her genital parts, and the mother is concerned about a swollen lymph node. The patient is in general good health and has no history of chronic illness. The pediatrician found 2 palpable lumps, and requested an ultrasound exam of these areas. Sonographic images of the left inguinal area and the right labium are provided.
Back to Archive Page Newborn male with distended abdomen and palpable right-sided abdominal mass, in no apparent distress
Back to Archive Page A 13-year-old girl with end-stage renal disease secondary to IgA nephropathy, post-op day #1 s/p renal transplant, now with abrupt onset of anuria and graft site tenderness.
Back to Archive Page A two-month-old female presents with persistent jaundice since birth and worsening abdominal distension. Initially, an abdominal ultrasound was performed.
Back to Archive Page Patient is a 3-year-old girl who presents to her pediatrician with right hip pain, a limp, and fever.
Back to Archive Page Neonate of unknown gestational age (estimated between 31 and 35 weeks) born at 2650 grams. The neonate is now a fussy feeder at 26 days old. A head ultrasound (Figures 1 and 3) was ordered as a routine followup to one performed in the first week of life (Figures 2 and 4).
Back to Archive Page A 4-week-old with projectile vomiting on and off since birth. It has become more frequent lately.
Back to Archive Page 13-year-old female with no significant past medical history complains of hemoptysis
Back to Archive Page 2-year-old male infant with palpable mass in bilateral thighs
Back to Archive Page 21-month-old female presents for preoperative evaluation prior to colonic reanastamosis surgery.
Back to Archive Page A 16-month-old otherwise healthy girl presents with two days of cough
Back to Archive Page A 12-year-old girl presents with abdominal pain and bleeding per rectum.
Back to Archive Page 11-year-old boy with right heel pain, worse after basketball practice
Back to Archive Page An otherwise healthy 9-year-old boy complained of right hip and knee pain, which was worse at night. Radiographs were reported as normal.
Back to Archive Page 14-year-old, previously healthy girl with vague, persistent right upper-quadrant pain. No other signs or symptoms.
Back to Archive Page A 6-month-old infant presents to her well-child check-up with a head circumference above the 99th percentile.
Back to Archive Page A 9-year-old girl presents with right upper quadrant pain and an abdominal mass.
Back to Archive Page Two patients present similarly. The first is a 6-day-old boy with macrocephaly, and the second is a 9-month-old boy with a large head size, as documented by a pediatrician concerned for hydrocephalus.
Back to Archive Page A 5-year-old girl presents to the ED with a cough.
Back to Archive Page A 14-year-old boy presents with failure to gain weight and right-sided sensorineural hearing loss.
Back to Archive Page A 22-month-old boy presents with abdominal pain.
Back to Archive Page A 14-year-old girl presents with a 1-month history of intermittent diarrhea and emesis associated with a 25-lb weight loss. She presented to the emergency department with worsening abdominal pain, emesis, and blood-streaked vomitus.
Back to Archive Page An 8-month-old boy presents to the emergency department with fever.
Back to Archive Page An asymptomatic male newborn presents with an abnormal thyroid screening test.
Back to Archive Page A 12-year-old girl presents with a 4-day history of chronic cough and chest pain.
Back to Archive Page A 13-year-old girl presents with a 1- to 2-month history of progressive abdominal distension. She denies any abdominal pain, dysuria, nausea, or vomiting. Labs were significant only for mild, normocytic anemia.
Back to Archive Page A 17-year-old man presents with complaints of a soft scalp mass that he has had for several years. As a young child, he was advised by a neurologist that it was a cyst; therefore, he underwent aspiration. However, the mass persisted. Per the patients mother, pathology results from the aspiration are unknown. The patient denied any associated pain or discharge. There is no prior history of trauma or meningitis.
Back to Archive Page A newborn boy presents with persistent leakage of fluid from the umbilicus. A physical exam reveals a nonerythematous, protruding umbilical stump.
Back to Archive Page A neonate presents with multiple anomalies on prenatal ultrasound.
Back to Archive Page A 15-month-old girl presents with newly diagnosed hypertension and hepatomegaly.
Back to Archive Page A 15-year-old boy presents with back pain.
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