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What's new on Contemporary Pediatrics: April 19 to April 23


A look at what to expect from Contemporary Pediatrics this week

Due to play or unsteady legs, bruises are a fact of life for many children, but they can also be an overlooked indicator of abuse. A new tool is examined to see if it can effectively differentiate between nonabusive bruising and bruising that is a result of abuse.

Cisplastin is a common chemotherapy agent for pediatric cancers and hearing loss because of its use is a known toxicity. A recent report looks at risk factors associated with the loss.

Plus, the newest episode of the Contemporary Pediatrics podcast Small Talk.

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