Pediatric history taking and examination

A child with Global developmental delay

Very commonly patients with global developmental delay are kept in the examination. Taking history and completing full examination can be quite exhausting in all neurological cases. A proper format is therefore, important to finish history and examination without missing any points.


A child with SOL

This is a very brief case presentation on how to approach a child with an Intracranial tumor followed by viva oriented discussion on brainstem glioma


Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis - Viva questions

ADEM is one of the common differential in cases with history of regression of milestones. The guide will help with some of the commonly asked questions in clinical case presentation.



A child with hepatosplenomegaly

This is a pediatric history taking and clinical examination format for a child presenting with hepatosplenomegaly and few other symptoms like jaundice, anemia, bleeding, etc. There are some handy tips alongside. This should be useful for the observed station in the OSCE exam also


Infant with Jaundice

History taking and Clinical case presentation on an 8-month-old baby presenting with jaundice and pale-colored stool



A child with chronic lung disease

History taking and Clinical case presentation in a child with chronic cough and frequent respiratory illnesses.


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