Posted in Commentary Volume 7, Issue 1

Commentary: The Blind Spot in SIDS Research

Despite decades of intense research, the cause of death in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) remains unknown. Two communications published in Nature Pediatric Research (Blind…

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Posted in Case Report Volume 7, Issue 1

First Case Report of Early Neonatal Acute Laryngitis Due to Neisseria subflava

We recently reported in this journal a rare case of laryngomalacia associated with upper respiratory tract infection by <i>Corynebacterium kroppenstedtii </i>in the early neonatal period….

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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…

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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…

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