In case you missed it: March 7 to 11

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

This week’s top articles included:

Bowel management of rectal prolapse: Yes, it works

An investigation examines the efficacy of using a bowel management program for rectal prolapse.

Screening adolescents for psychosocial concerns

For adolescent patients, psychosocial concerns can be an important part of care and routine validated screening can help pediatricians determine which patients may require extra care or even a specialist.

Stroke screening for SCA patients falls short

Children with sickle cell anemia (SCA) should receive a yearly screening to identify stroke risk, but a new investigation indicates that many affected children may not be getting it.

Is there a difference in seroconversion in children and adults for mild COVID-19?

An investigation illuminates the differences in the immune response to COVID-19 in children when compared to adults.