Category Archives: Paediatrics

Developmental milestones in a child

Draws a vertical line – 2 year Draws a circle – 3 years Become aware of his/her sex- 3 -4yrs Draw a cross or plus sign – 4years Draw a Rectangle – 4 years Draw a triangle – 5 years …

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Causes of hyperbilirubinemia in paediatric age group

Causes of hyperbilirubinemia in children and their causes.

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Wilms tumour and associated syndromes

Wilms tumour Also known as nephroblastoma. Wilms tumour is the most common primary renal tumour in children. Usually wilms tumour is a solitary,well circumscribed lesion,but 10% is bilateral or multicentric. Triphasic combination of epithelial,stromal and blastemal elements. 5% show anaplasia …

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Tetrad of congenital Toxoplasmosis

Congenital toxoplasmosis is characterized by the classical tetrad described below Hydrocephalus/Microcephaly Chorioretinitis Convulsions/seizures Cerebral calcification