Author | Humaira Hashmi, MD

Articles

A Toddler Intolerant of Tube Feeding

December 07, 2011

A 22-month-old boy with failure to thrive presented with a 3-day history of rhinorrhea, fever, and abdominal pain associated with tube feeding. A PEG tube had been placed 2 months before this visit.

Buried Bumper Syndrome in a Toddler

November 30, 2011

A 22-month-old boy with failure to thrive presented with a 3-day history of rhinorrhea, fever, and abdominal pain associated with tube feeding. A PEG tube had been placed 2 months before this visit.

Henoch-Schönlein purpura with gastric wall thickening

August 09, 2010

For 3 days, a 7-year-old girl had severe, generalized abdominal pain. The patient described the pain as sharp and achy without radiation; she denied any relieving or aggravating factors. She also reported decreased appetite and energy for the past week.