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CD4 cell counts rebound among most children treated for HIV

March 27, 2015

Data from an NIH-funded study in AIDS suggest the majority of children with HIV eventually recover their CD4 cell levels after undergoing virologic suppression.

Researchers assessed CD4 cell levels among 933 children in the United States, Central and South America and the Caribbean who developed HIV before or during birth and received virologic suppression. Children were aged at least 5 years when they initiated treatment.

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Researcher of study on SCFE patients highlights importance of early weight management

March 27, 2015
LAS VEGAS — A 20-year follow-up of pediatric patients who underwent in-situ fixation for slipped capital femoral epiphysis shows many patients had poor health and…
Caregivers frequently unaware of safety guidelines for young baseball pitchers Meeting News Coverage

Caregivers frequently unaware of safety guidelines for young baseball pitchers

March 27, 2015
LAS VEGAS — Results of a survey presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting indicated caregivers were frequently unaware of safety…
Website found to ease pre-surgery anxiety in children and parents In the Journals

Website found to ease pre-surgery anxiety in children and parents

March 26, 2015
Parents and children who used the Web-based Tailored Intervention for Preparation for parents and children undergoing Outpatient Surgery reported less anxiety regarding…
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Automobile-child pedestrian accidents more common outside parental supervision

March 26, 2015
LAS VEGAS — The majority of child pedestrian injuries relating to a motor vehicle occurred while children were unsupervised, near schools and bus stops, and during…
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Indirect Internal Carotid-Cavernous Fistula in Infancy

Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, Volume -2147483648
Online Only, March 10, 2015
A 4-month-old male infant with proptosis and episcleral injection initially thought to have orbital inflammation was…
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Pediatric Annals January 2015

Unusual Diagnoses: Part 1: January 2015

Keck School of Medicine of USC and Pediatric Annals

Index of suspicion—a term used daily by clinicians in general practice who must, in a sea of “normal”…
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VIDEO: Recent research promises breakthroughs in pediatric care

March 10, 2015
SAN DIEGO — In this video exclusive, Mark A. Sperling, MD, emeritus profess of pediatrics and endocrinology and…
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