Posted in Volume 7, Issue 1

Laryngopharyngeal Congenital Anomalies Diagnosed in Adulthood: Hypervigilance in Childhood Needed to Prevent Permanent Physical and Psychosocial Sequelae

While often diagnosed in childhood during evaluation for cough, dysphonia and/or dysphagia, congenital laryngopharyngeal anomalies may not become clinically significant until adulthood. The clinical presentation…

Continue Reading... Laryngopharyngeal Congenital Anomalies Diagnosed in Adulthood: Hypervigilance in Childhood Needed to Prevent Permanent Physical and Psychosocial Sequelae
Posted in Research Article Volume 7, Issue 1

Applicability of a Tool for Comprehensive Pediatric Assessments: The Expanded Guide for Monitoring Child Development

Background: Tools that provide comprehensive information about children and families without increasing face-to-face time during healthcare encounters are critically needed in clinical practice. We aimed…

Continue Reading... Applicability of a Tool for Comprehensive Pediatric Assessments: The Expanded Guide for Monitoring Child Development