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Hal Dietz, M.D.

Arterial Tortuosity Syndrome: The Case of a Tortuous Disorder

At home, the infant’s face suddenly turned pale, her lower extremities beet red, and then she started tongue thrusting – all signs of a life-threatening event.


Chest Pain in the Pediatric ED

At a recent Johns Hopkins Children's Center Grand Rounds, Nina Guo asked fellow pediatric residents to imagine assessing a young patient’s chest pain on their very first shift in the pediatric ED.


A Case of Severe Failure to Thrive

The newborn appeared to be gaining weight at his two-week well-child visit, but at 9-weeks had lost 2700 grams, and was now below his birth weight.

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