In case you missed it: April 11 to 15

A look at what the Contemporary Pediatrics team covered this week.

This week’s top articles included:

Fever and facial swelling in a neonate

An 18-day-old girl whose right cheek had become increasingly red and warm over 24 hours was directly admitted to an inpatient unit. She had firmness and pain to the affected area, fussiness, increased sleeping, and poor feeding, preferring the bottle to breastfeeding. What's the diagnosis?

Less is more: Use the shortest effective duration of antibiotics

Follow best practices when prescribing antibiotics in the pediatric population.

How telehealth varied across subspecialties in the pandemic

Telehealth became a helpful way for patients to receive care during the pandemic. A recent report examines how the use of telehealth varied across subspecialties.

Looking at the spectrum of diaper dermatitis

Diaper dermatitis is common and the differential diagnosis is broad. Here are 5 cases that illustrate the various diagnoses that fall within this spectrum.