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PED-EM-L March 2009

Subject:

Re: am i missing sumthin?

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"Joe Nemeth, Mr" <[log in to unmask]>

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Joe Nemeth, Mr

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Mon, 30 Mar 2009 15:33:09 -0400

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Beware....
 
Saw this recently...
 
Same story...no Hx of trauma...
 
Dg: Skull #, Trauma X 
 
Joe
 
 
Joe Nemeth MD CCFP EM
Director,
Emergency Medicine
Montreal General Hospital
Assistant Professor
Pediatrics
Montreal Children's Hospital
McGill University Health Center
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Tel: 1-514 299 6190
Fax: 1-514 934 8421
 

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From: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Discussion List on behalf of Lyn Dos Santos, MD
Sent: Mon 3/30/2009 2:52 PM
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Subject: Re: am i missing sumthin?



Leptomeningeal cyst??  I have only seen one in the last 15 years so I
know it is rare.  Since this follows a skull fracture by weeks/months
there is often no other sign of trauma.  Did you get a head CT? 

Dr. Lyn Dos Santos
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University
Director, Pediatric Hospitalist Program
Washington Hospital
2000 Mowry Ave
Fremont, CA 94538
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-----Original Message-----
From: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Discussion List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of don zweig
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2009 7:42 AM
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Subject: am i missing sumthin?

11 m old prev healthy girl brought in by two very appropriate 
intelligent parents; sent in by pediatrician after seen for a soft 
spot on left temp parietal portion of skull that began misteriously 
this am.  they are with child constantly and there has been no 
trauma.  child is acting normal and is playful and into everything and 
very cute.  there is no nv. on exam she has a surprise temp of 38.7 r 
and other vitals normal but no bp taken.  she has a normal fontanel 
but on the left side of scalp is an area maybe 3x3 inch of non tender 
soft fluid filled area like a hematoma but no discoloration/tenderness 
or abrasion.  no battles raccoon and the remainder exam is entirely 
normal.  what would you do?

don

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