This study examines whether close follow-up with reexamination is needed for children with acute otitis media initially managed without antimicrobial agents who have symptomatic improvement during the first week.
This cohort study assesses the accuracy and negative predictive value of a graded oral provocation challenge among children with suspected allergy to amoxicillin.
This Viewpoint discussed the need for translating instruction to students as individuals to the treatment of patients as individuals.
Tapiainen and colleagues aimed to determine whether the antimicrobial treatment of acute otitis media (AOM) reduces the duration of middle ear effusion.
A 9-month-old boy presents with a left-sided facial mass. His perinatal history is notable for macrosomia, macrocephaly, left-sided failure on newborn hearing screen, and a congenital hypertrichotic patch of the left scalp. What is your diagnosis?