Challenge of the Week / Pediatrics / 07.19.19

A 3-year-old female patient presents with knee pain after falling from a swing set. The emergency department radiologist diagnosed the patient with a "toddler's fracture" and radiographs reveal a nondisplaced fracture of the proximal tibial metaphysis. The patient is treated with a long-leg cast. Which of the following clinical deformities is possible after this injury? … Continue reading Challenge of the Week / Pediatrics / 07.19.19

Challenge of the Week / Pediatrics/ 05.03.19

A 4-week-old female patient presents with head tilt to the right side and chin tilt to the left. A non-tender rubbery mass is noted with in the right sternocleidomastoid muscle. Her neck can be brought to neutral position and her neurological exam is normal. She is a full-term product of an unremarkable pregnancy and delivery. Which of the following is the next step in treatment for this patient?