Pediatric Annals


Print ISSN: 0090-4481
Online ISSN: 1938-2359

The most widely read review journal in pediatrics

Published for more than 40 years, Pediatric Annals is an online-only, monthly medical review journal dedicated to providing pediatricians and other clinicians with the latest practical information on the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric diseases and disorders. Begin to explore the Journal and all of its great benefits such as:

• Single-topic summary reviews of important trends in pediatric medicine
• Access to current articles, as well as several years of archived content
• Columns including Healthy Baby/Healthy Child and Case Challenges

Cited in MEDLINE/PubMed

  • Current Issue
  • February 2016
  • Volume 45 · Issue 2
Table of Contents
Editorial Free

Obesity, PANDAS, Smoking, and Gun Violence

Stanford T. Shulman, MD

Healthy Baby/Healthy Child Free

A Nanny Versus Daycare: Is There a Right Choice?

Valerie Kimball, MD

Case Challenge Free

A 17-Year-Old Boy with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis and Unexpected Endoscopy Findings

Erica J. Brenner, MD; Manoochehr Karjoo, MD

Case Challenge Free

An 8-Month-Old Infant with Persistent Stridor

Paola Sabrina Buonuomo, MD; Marina Macchiaiolo, MD; Sergio Bottero, MD; Aurelio Secinaro, MD; Gerarda Mastrogiorgio, MD; Maria Scalzone, MD; Ippolita Rana, MD; Paolo Tomà, MD; Andrea Bartuli, MD

Guest Editorial Free

Pediatric Gastroenterology

Vincent F. Biank, MD, MS

Special Issue Article Free

Clinical Review of Failure to Thrive in Pediatric Patients

Catherine Larson-Nath, MD; Vincent F. Biank, MD, MS

Special Issue Article Free

Hereditary Pancreatitis

Edgardo D. Rivera Rivera, MD; Ankur Chugh, MD; Jonathon Cordova, DO; Sona Young, MD

Special Issue Article Free

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Pediatrics

Martin Duncan, MD; Wenjing Zong, MD; Vincent F. Biank, MD, MS; Joseph R. Hageman, MD

Special Issue Article Free

Recurrent Pediatric Perianal Swelling

Jonathan Cordova, DO; Ankur Chugh, MD; Edgardo D. Rivera Rivera, MD; Sona Young, MD

Special Issue Article Free

Eosinophilic Esophagitis: The “Not-So-Rare” Disease

Vi Lier Goh, MD, CNSC

Feature Article Free

Charles Dickens and Barnaby Rudge: The First Description of Williams Syndrome?

Darren Eblovi, MD, MPH; Christopher Clardy, MD