Nisa Atigapramoj

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Cholelithiasis in children was once thought to be uncommon, but the prevalence has increased in recent years. We present a case of a 3-month-old infant brought to the pediatric emergency department for vomiting and increased fussiness. A point-of-care ultrasound was performed to rule out pyloric stenosis but revealed multiple stones within the gallbladder.(More)
Bouncebacks! Pediatrics is the third book of the Bouncebacks! series and describes 28 real pediatric cases from the emergency department. Each chapter is authored by the attending physician and/or resident who cared for these patients. Chapters are written with an interior dialogue due to the familiarity and personal experience with each case. The cases(More)
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