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Tag: History and Physical Examination

What should we be thinking about when a young patient presents with acute pelvic pain?
Dare you open up that tissue and see what is inside?
Check out these top tips from Helen Ormrod and Anna Mcquorquodaleand for looking after paediatric cardiology patients.
That thing we wield around our necks is not just for listening for wheezes or for distracting toddlers...Ari Horton on paediatric murmurs at DFTB18.