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Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine (3rd Edition)

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  • Edited By: Binita R. Shah, Michael Lucchesi
  • ISBN: 9781259863387
  • Publisher: McGraw Hill Education
  • Edition: 3rd
  • Publication Date: June 18, 2019
  • Format: Hardback – 1136 pages
  • Language: English


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More than 2,000 photographs facilitate rapid visual diagnosis and management of common and rare pediatric emergencies.

Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Third Edition is written to assist the busy clinician in the evaluation, management, and disposition of acutely ill or injured pediatric patients. Enhanced by more than 2,000 photographs and nearly 100 line illustrations, this unique visual resource has been acclaimed as the finest collection of pediatric emergency medicine images available anywhere.

The Atlas features a clear, consistent format, with concise text detailing Clinical Summary, Emergency Department Treatment and Disposition, and Pearls. Positioned next to this easy-to-read text is a wealth of images that illustrate how these clinical problems actually present in a real-life emergency setting.

Key Features
  • More than 2,000 high-quality clinical photographs and images (many in full color and many new to this edition)
  • Content that spans infancy through adolescence
  • Comprehensive coverage of disorders (including trauma) organized by body systems
  • Updated throughout, including important new content on PoCUS (Point-of-Care Ultrasound)

If you are in need of a highly accessible, well-illustrated resource designed to assist you in making an accurate and timely diagnosis, your search ends here.

Table of Contents
  1. Dedication
  2. About the Cover Images
  3. Contents
  4. Contributing Authors
  5. Photography Credits
  6. Radiography Credits
  7. Foreword
  8. Preface
  9. Acknowledgments
  10. Chapter 1 Nonaccidental Trauma
    1. Child Abuse
    2. Cutaneous Manifestations of Child Abuse
    3. Orofacial Trauma
    4. Inflicted Burns
    5. Skeletal Manifestations of Child Abuse
    6. Femur Fractures
    7. Rib Fractures Due to Abuse
    8. Skull Fractures Due to Abuse
    9. Abusive Head Trauma
    10. Abusive Thoracoabdominal Trauma
    11. Infanticide Versus Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Syndrome
  11. Chapter 2 Conditions Mistaken For Physical And Sexual Abuse
    1. Congenital Dermal Melanocytosis
    2. Folk Healing Practices
    3. Cold Panniculitis
    4. Nevi of OTA and ITO
    5. Port-Wine Stain
    6. Phytophotodermatitis
    7. Contact Dermatitis from Senna
    8. Acute Hemorrhagic Edema of Infancy
    9. Impetigo
    10. Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation
    11. Raccoon Eye
    12. Hair-Tourniquet Syndrome
    13. Menkes Disease
    14. Vitamin D Insufficiency, Vitamin D Deficiency, and Rickets
    15. Osteogenesis Imperfecta
    16. Lichen Sclerosus et Atrophicus
    17. Perianal Bacterial Dermatitis
    18. Labial Adhesion
    19. Urethral Prolapse
    20. Straddle Injury
  12. Chapter 3 Infectious Diseases
    1. Streptococcal Pharyngitis and Scarlet Fever
    2. Impetigo
    3. Ecthyma
    4. Erysipelas
    5. Necrotizing Fasciitis
    6. Ecthyma Gangrenosum
    7. Toxic Shock Syndrome
    8. Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome
    9. Meningococcemia
    10. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
    11. Cat-Scratch Disease
    12. Lymphadenitis
    13. Chickenpox
    14. Herpes Zoster
    15. Oropharyngeal Herpes Simplex Virus Infection
    16. Herpetic Whitlow
    17. Mumps
    18. Roseola Infantum
    19. Measles
    20. Rubella
    21. Infectious Mononucleosis
    22. Erythema Infectiosum
    23. Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease
    24. Herpangina
    25. Cutaneous Larvae Migrans
    26. Ascariasis
    27. Malaria
  13. Chapter 4 Sexual Abuse, Gynecology, and Sexually Transmitted Infections
    1. Overview of Child Sexual Abuse and Assault
    2. Sexual Abuse and Sexually Transmitted Infections
    3. Condylomata Acuminata
    4. Trichomoniasis
    5. Congenital Syphilis
    6. Primary and Secondary Syphilis
    7. Gonorrhea
    8. Genital Herpes
    9. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
    10. Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
    11. Ectopic Pregnancy
  14. Chapter 5 Cardiology
    1. Bradycardia
    2. First-Degree Atrioventricular Block
    3. Second-Degree Atrioventricular Block
    4. Third-Degree Atrioventricular Block
    5. Long Qt Syndrome
    6. Syncope
    7. Sinus Tachycardia
    8. Supraventricular Tachycardia
    9. Atrial Flutter
    10. Premature Ventricular Contractions
    11. Hypercyanotic Spell of Tetralogy of Fallot
    12. Ductal-Dependent Cardiac Lesions/Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
    13. Infective Endocarditis
    14. Chest Pain
    15. Acute Pericarditis
    16. Acute Myocarditis
    17. Congestive Heart Failure
    18. Acute Rheumatic Fever
    19. Pulmonary Hypertensive Crises
  15. Chapter 6 Respiratory Disorders
    1. Tracheobronchial Foreign Bodies
    2. Pertussis
    3. Croup
    4. Bacterial Tracheitis
    5. Epiglottitis
    6. Bronchiolitis
    7. Community-Acquired Pneumonia
    8. Intrathoracic Tuberculosis
    9. Miliary Tuberculosis
    10. Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome
    11. Asthma
    12. Primary Spontaneous Pneumothorax
    13. Pulmonary Embolism
  16. Chapter 7 Dermatology
    1. Urticaria
    2. Angioedema
    3. Serum Sickness/Serum Sickness–Like Reactions
    4. Urticaria Multiforme
    5. Erythema Multiforme
    6. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
    7. Drug Reactions
    8. Henoch-SchöNlein Purpura
    9. Acne Fulminans
    10. Seborrheic Dermatitis
    11. Allergic Contact Dermatitis
    12. Atopic Dermatitis
    13. Eczema Herpeticum
    14. Psoriasis
    15. Guttate Psoriasis
    16. Pityriasis Rosea
    17. Granuloma Annulare
    18. Scabies
    19. Tinea Versicolor
    20. Tinea Capitis
    21. Tinea Corporis
    22. Tinea Cruris
    23. Tinea Pedis
    24. Tinea Unguium
    25. Warts
    26. Molluscum Contagiosum
    27. Acropustulosis of Infancy
    28. Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum
    29. Epidermolysis Bullosa
    30. Infantile Hemangioma
    31. Mastocytosis
    32. Café-au-Lait Spots
    33. Erythema Nodosum
    34. Acanthosis Nigricans
    35. Hidradenitis Suppurativa
    36. Transient Neonatal Pustular Melanosis
    37. Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis of the Newborn
    38. Candidal Diaper Dermatitis
    39. Perioral Dermatitis
    40. Incontinentia Pigmenti
  17. Chapter 8 Ophthalmology
    1. Orbital Cellulitis
    2. Preseptal Cellulitis
    3. Hordeolum and Chalazion
    4. Acute Conjunctivitis
    5. Ophthalmia Neonatorum (Newborn Conjunctivitis)
    6. Leukocoria
    7. Infantile Glaucoma
    8. Corneal Foreign Body
    9. Corneal Abrasion
    10. Corneal Ulcer
    11. Hypopyon
    12. Hyphema
    13. Subconjunctival Hemorrhage
    14. Eyelid Laceration
    15. Traumatic Globe Rupture
    16. Orbital Fracture
    17. Retrobulbar Hemorrhage
    18. Chemical Burns
  18. Chapter 9 Otolaryngology
    1. Acute Otitis Media
    2. Complications of Otitis Media
    3. Otitis Externa
    4. Perichondritis
    5. Auricular Foreign Body
    6. Auricular Hematoma
    7. Epistaxis
    8. Nasal Foreign Bodies
    9. Acute Sinusitis
    10. Chronic Sinusitis
    11. Pott Puffy Tumor
    12. Deep Neck Space Infection
    13. Peritonsillar Abscess
    14. Lemierre Syndrome
  19. Chapter 10 Surgical and Genitourinary
    1. Intussusception
    2. Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
    3. Acute Nonperforated Appendicitis
    4. Perforated Appendicitis
    5. Incarcerated Inguinal Hernia
    6. Testicular Torsion
    7. Testicular Trauma
    8. Epididymo-Orchitis
    9. Torsion of The Appendix Testis
    10. Vaginal Foreign Body in a Prepubertal Child
    11. Congenital Imperforate Hymen with Hematometrocolpos
    12. Bartholin Gland Abscess
    13. Paraphimosis
    14. Ovarian Torsion
    15. Intestinal Malrotation and Volvulus
    16. Umbilical Granuloma
    17. Umbilical Hernia
  20. Chapter 11 Hematology and Oncology
    1. Sickle Cell Anemia with Fever
    2. Sickle Cell Anemia with Acute Pain
    3. Sickle Cell Anemia with Acute Chest Syndrome
    4. Sickle Cell Anemia and Cerebrovascular Disease
    5. Sickle Cell Anemia with Priapism
    6. Sickle Cell Anemia with Right Upper Quadrant Syndrome
    7. Sickle Cell Anemia and Transient Aplastic Crisis
    8. Sickle Cell Anemia and Acute Splenic Sequestration Crisis
    9. Newly Diagnosed Immune Thrombocytopenia
    10. Hemophilia
    11. Lymphadenopathy
    12. Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
    13. Hodgkin Lymphoma
    14. Abdominal Mass
    15. Neuroblastoma
    16. Ovarian Tumors
    17. Osteosarcoma
    18. Ewing Sarcoma
  21. Chapter 12 Rheumatology
    1. Kawasaki Disease
    2. Incomplete Kawasaki Disease
    3. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    4. Neonatal Lupus
    5. Raynaud Phenomenon
    6. Juvenile Dermatomyositis
    7. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
    8. Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis
    9. Macrophage Activation Syndrome
    10. Lyme Disease
  22. Chapter 13 Neurology
    1. Bacterial Meningitis
    2. Raised Intracranial Pressure
    3. Altered Mental Status
    4. Febrile Seizures
    5. Seizures and Epilepsy
    6. Status Epilepticus
    7. Stroke in Children
    8. Neurocysticercosis
    9. Bell Palsy
    10. Headache
    11. Brain Tumors
    12. Hydrocephalus
    13. Spinal Cord Lesions (Nontraumatic)
    14. Guillain-Barré Syndrome
    15. Myasthenia Gravis
    16. Infantile Botulism
  23. Chapter 14 Endocrinology
    1. Diabetic Ketoacidosis
    2. Addison Disease
    3. Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
    4. Hypothyroidism and Myxedema
    5. Hyperthyroidism and Thyroid Storm
  24. Chapter 15 Gastrointestinal Disorders
    1. Esophageal Foreign Bodies
    2. Foreign Bodies Distal to Esophagus
    3. Anorectal Foreign Bodies
    4. Battery Ingestions
    5. Retained Bones
    6. Sharp Objects
    7. Magnet Ingestions
    8. Hematemesis
    9. Pancreatitis
    10. Biliary Colic
    11. Inflammatory Bowel Disease Exacerbations
    12. Constipation
    13. Rectal Bleeding
  25. Chapter 16 Nephrology
    1. Proteinuria
    2. Hematuria
    3. Minimal Change Nephrotic Syndrome
    4. Acute Poststreptococcal Glomerulonephritis
    5. Urinary Tract Infection
    6. Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome
    7. Obstructive Uropathy
    8. Hypertensive Emergencies
    9. Nephrolithiasis
    10. Hypocalcemia
    11. Hypercalcemia
    12. Hypokalemia
    13. Hyperkalemia
  26. Chapter 17 Toxicology
    1. The Evaluation and Management of Poisoning in Children: General Approach and GI Decontamination
    2. Acute Acetaminophen Toxicity
    3. Acute Salicylate Toxicity
    4. Iron Toxicity
    5. Opioid Toxicity
    6. Cocaine Toxicity
    7. Methemoglobinemia
    8. Organophosphate and Carbamate Insecticide Toxicity
    9. Castor Bean and Rosary Pea Ingestion
    10. Phenothiazine Toxicity
    11. Anticholinergic Drug and Plant Toxicity
    12. Acute Isoniazid Toxicity
    13. Camphor Toxicity
    14. Hydrocarbon and Naphthalene Toxicity
    15. Ecstasy/Molly Toxicity
    16. Ketamine Toxicity
    17. Dextromethorphan Toxicity
    18. Marijuana Toxicity
    19. Ethylene Glycol Toxicity
    20. Methanol Toxicity
    21. Ethanol Toxicity
    22. Prescription Drugs of Abuse
    23. ?-Blocker and Calcium Channel Blocker Toxicity
    24. Clonidine Toxicity
    25. Cyclic Antidepressant Toxicity
    26. Lead Toxicity
    27. Caustics
    28. Nicotine
    29. Caffeine
  27. Chapter 18 Environmental Emergencies
    1. Thermal Burns
    2. Peripheral Cold Injuries
    3. Anaphylaxis
    4. Brown Recluse Spider Envenomation
    5. Black Widow Spider Envenomation
    6. Scorpion Envenomation
    7. Dog Bites
    8. Rabies Exposure and Vaccine Prophylaxis
    9. Cat Bites
    10. Human Bites
    11. Venomous Marine Animals: Stinging Marine Animals—Corals, Sea Anemones, Hydroids, and Fire Coral
    12. Stinging Marine Animals: Box Jellyfish, True Jellyfish, and Portuguese Man-of-War
    13. Stinging Marine Animals: Sponges (Phylum Porifera)
    14. Stabbing Marine Animals: Starfish, Sea Urchins, and Crown-of-Thorns Starfish
    15. Stabbing Marine Animals: Stonefish and Scorpionfish (Family Scorpaenidae)
    16. Stabbing Marine Animals: Stingray
    17. Stabbing Marine Animals: Cone Shells (Family Conidae)
    18. Biting Marine Animals: Blue-Ringed Octopus
    19. Lightning Injuries
    20. Snake Envenomations
    21. High-Altitude Illness
  28. Chapter 19 Orthopedics
    1. Fractures and Fracture Classification
    2. Tuft Fractures
    3. Phalanx Fractures
    4. Mallet Finger
    5. Bennett Fracture and Rolando Fracture
    6. Boxer’s Fracture
    7. Fractures of Carpal Bones (Scaphoid Fracture)
    8. Forearm Fractures
    9. Galeazzi Fracture Dislocation and Monteggia Fracture Dislocation
    10. Olecranon Fracture
    11. Radial Head and Neck Fractures
    12. Supracondylar Fracture
    13. Humerus Fracture
    14. Clavicle Fracture
    15. Scapular Fracture
    16. Femur Fracture
    17. Patella Fractures
    18. Maisonneuve Fracture
    19. Ankle Fracture and Sprain
    20. Calcaneal Fracture
    21. Jones Fracture
    22. Lisfranc Fracture
    23. Stress Fracture
    24. Dislocations: Interphalangeal Joint Dislocation
    25. Lunate and Perilunate Dislocations
    26. Elbow Dislocation
    27. Anterior and Posterior Glenohumeral Joint Dislocations
    28. Hip Dislocation
    29. Knee Dislocation
    30. Ankle Dislocation
    31. Patella Dislocation
    32. Pelvic Avulsion Fractures
    33. Tibial Tubercle Avulsion Fracture
    34. Musculoskeletal Injuries: Gamekeeper’s Thumb
    35. Nursemaid’s Elbow
    36. Acromioclavicular Injuries
    37. Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
    38. Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease
    39. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear
    40. Osgood-Schlatter Disease
    41. Achilles Tendon Rupture
    42. Foreign Bodies and Penetrating Injuries
    43. Hand Infections: Paronychia
    44. Flexor Tenosynovitis
    45. Bone and Joint Infections: Acute Osteomyelitis
    46. Chronic Osteomyelitis
    47. Osteomyelitis in Sickle Cell Disease
    48. Septic Arthritis
    49. Neonatal Osteomyelitis and Septic Arthritis
    50. Pott Disease
  29. Chapter 20 Trauma
    1. Head Trauma
    2. Skull Fractures
    3. Basilar Skull Fracture
    4. Acute Subdural Hematoma
    5. Epidural Hematoma
    6. Cerebral Contusion
    7. Cerebral Concussion
    8. Nasal Septal Hematoma
    9. Nasal Fractures
    10. Mandible Fractures
    11. Midfacial Fractures (Maxillary/Le Fort, Frontal Sinus, Nasoorbitoethmoid)
    12. Orbital Trauma
    13. Fractures of the Zygomatic Complex and Zygomatic Arch
    14. Soft Tissue Trauma
    15. Lip Laceration Involving the Vermilion Border
    16. Tongue Laceration
    17. Traumatic Temporomandibular Joint Dislocation
    18. Penetrating Neck Injury
    19. Cervical Spine Injuries
    20. Jefferson (4-Part) Burst Fractures
    21. Odontoid Fractures
    22. Traumatic Spondylolisthesis of C2
    23. Extension Teardrop Fracture
    24. Anterior Flexion Fractures (Flexion Teardrop)
    25. Atlanto-Occipital Dislocation
    26. Spinal Cord Injury Without Radiographic Abnormality
    27. Bilateral Facet Dislocation
    28. Unilateral Facet Dislocation
    29. Anterior Subluxation
    30. Spinal Process (Clay Shoveler’s) Fracture
    31. Dental Trauma
    32. Pulmonary Contusion
    33. Rib Fractures and Flail Chest
    34. Pneumothorax and Tension Pneumothorax
    35. Hemothorax
    36. Traumatic Airway Obstruction
    37. Aortic Disruption
    38. Traumatic Diaphragm Rupture
    39. Tracheobronchial Tree Injury
    40. Abdominal Trauma
    41. Splenic Injuries
    42. Hepatic Injuries
    43. Other Intra-Abdominal Trauma Including Seatbelt Injuries
    44. Pelvic Fractures
    45. Ring Incarceration
    46. Nail Bed Injury
    47. Subungual Hematoma
    48. Digital Amputation
    49. Degloving Injury
    50. Penetrating Hand or Foot Injury
    51. Traumatic Extremity Amputation
    52. Fishhook Removal
    53. Zipper Injury
  30. Chapter 21 Emergency Ultrasound
    1. Emergency Ultrasound
    2. Appendicitis
    3. Intussusception
    4. Pyloric Stenosis
    5. Biliary Ultrasound
    6. First-Trimester Pregnancy
    7. Pediatric Lung Ultrasound
    8. Abscesses and Cellulitis
    9. Pediatric Hip Ultrasound
    10. Pediatric Fractures
    11. Point-of-Care Cardiac Ultrasonography and Assessment of Volume Status
  31. Index
Editors Biography

Binita R. Shah, MD, FAAP Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Kings County Hospital Center.

Michael Lucchesi, MD, FACEP Associate Professor Emergency Medicine, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Kings County Hospital Center.

Michael Lucchesi, MD, Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Kings County Hospital Center, SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York, and Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York As Chair of Emergency Medicine at Kings County Hospital, Dr. Lucchesi oversees one of the largest, busiest EDs in the US. Drs. Shah and Lucchesi will write the majority of the atlas themselves, with a small team of contributors (3-4) to assist them.

Prashant V. Mahajan, MD Division Chief and Research Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital of Michigan.

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