What's new on Contemporary Pediatrics: October 12 to October 16

A look at what to expect from Contemporary Pediatrics this week

Harlan Gephart, MD, FAAP, offers a guide to the history of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and offers guidance on how to diagnose the condition. Then Rachel Lynch, MD, FAAP, examines the available treatment options for ADHD.

A Puzzler case examines why a female newborn has a suprapubic pit and appears to have urine coming from 2 sources.

Plus, our latest podcast episode takes a look at the place of technology in the pediatric practice.

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