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Abstract Number: 756
FACIAL CELLULITIS LEADING TO BILATERAL CAVERNOUS SINUS THROMBOSIS: A CASE REPORT
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: Our patient is a 15-year-old female, previously healthy, who presented with right facial swelling. She developed swelling of her right upper lip after rupturing a pimple located on her lip. Over the next two days, erythema developed, and the swelling progressed to include her right eye, cheek, both lips, and around her jaw […]
Abstract Number: 757
IS IT REALLY? AMITRIPTYLINE, DILAUDID, ONDANSETRON: A RARE CASE OF SEROTONIN SYNDROME
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: The clinical signs of acute drug reaction are almost always none specific and rarely pathognomonic. We present a case of 15 years old male who after starting amitriptyline developed serotonin syndrome with marked neuroexcitatory, autonomic hyperactivity and acute encephalopathy. A 15-year-old male with recent below knee amputation (BKA) from a trauma requiring blood […]
Abstract Number: 758
FAILURE TO THRIVE: NARROWING IN ON A DIAGNOSIS
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: A 7-week-old male was admitted to a children’s hospital by his pediatrician due to “failure to thrive” (FTT). He was born full-term, passed his critical congenital heart disease (CHD) screening, and had normal newborn screens. He was exclusively breastfed and regained birthweight by 9 days of age. Over the subsequent weeks, his parents […]
Abstract Number: 759
PURULENT PERICARDITIS IN THE SETTING OF DISSEMINATED COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED METHICILLIN RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS INFECTION: A RARE CONDITION IN CHILDREN
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: A previously healthy, immunized 4-year-old female presented with one week of ongoing fevers (Tmax 40oC), left ankle swelling with refusal to bear weight, and right hand swelling and erythema. On presentation, she was febrile (38.9oC), tachycardic (HR 143), hypotensive (BP 60/48), and tachypneic (RR 34). In addition to left ankle and right hand […]
Abstract Number: 760
SICK FLAGS: LEUKEMOID REACTION ROLLERCOASTER IN THE SETTING OF ATYPICAL KAWASAKI DISEASE
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: Previously healthy 2-month-old female presented with 4 day history of fever, rhinorrhea, cough, emesis, diarrhea, decreased intake and progressing rash on abdomen and extremities. Exam notable for injected conjunctiva and flash capillary refill. Patient was admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) for fluid resuscitation and severity of presentation. Given concern for […]
Abstract Number: 761
LIVER LESION FOUND IN A PATIENT WITH PERICARDIAL EFFUSION
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: A 15-year-old female was transferred to our facility with a complaint of worsening chest pain for the previous two weeks. The pain initially started in her shoulders and then spread to her substernal area. She had initially presented to the same facility three days previously and was discharged with a diagnosis of musculoskeletal […]
Abstract Number: 762
RARE MASS FOUND IN A PATIENT PRESENTING WITH VOMITING
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: A 16-month-old male with a history of reactive airway disease presented to clinic for evaluation of vomiting for four months. He had a history of chronic cough and had been started on acid suppression for gastroesophageal reflux but did not have any improvement in symptoms. His physical examination was unremarkable. He also had […]
Abstract Number: 763
THIGH ABSCESS CAUSING BACK PAIN IN AN ADOLESCENT PATIENT
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: A 15-year-old male presented with sharp, constant back pain following a mechanical fall from standing height two days previously. He did not have any loss of consciousness and was able to ambulate following the injury. The back pain started immediately after the fall and continued to worsen over the following two days. He […]
Abstract Number: 764
EXTRA CORPOREAL LIFE SUPPORT (ECMO) IN CHILD WITH COVID-19 ANTIBODIES
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: We present a 12-year-old female with paresthesia and swelling to the left lower extremity. She was seen in the outpatient setting two weeks prior and diagnosed with cellulitis. After only two days of antibiotics, she presented to the Emergency Department for worsening symptoms; she was noted to have a blue, cold, and swollen […]
Abstract Number: 766
COLORING OUTSIDE OF THE LINES
SHM Converge 2021
Case Presentation: A 5-year-old healthy female presented to the Emergency Department (ED) three times within 48 hours for a right facial wound with worsening swelling and redness. Prior to presentation, the patient was running down the hall with a colored pencil when she collided with her father. Half of the broken pencil was located but […]