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Septic Arthritis (Part 2)
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This is the second episode in a two part series discussing septic arthritis as an acute monoarthritis presentation in children. In this podcast, listeners will learn about the key investigations, treatment, and prognosis for septic arthritis. The series was developed by Dr. Brieanne Rogers, in collaboration with Dr. Janet Ellsworth, Dr. Sukhdeep Dulai, and Dr. Peter Gill. 

Septic Arthritis (Part 1)
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This is the first episode in a two part series discussing septic arthritis as an acute monoarthritis presentation in children. In this podcast, listeners will learn about the differential diagnosis for acute monoarthritis, as well as and key considerations for history, physical examination, and investigation. The series was developed by Dr. Brieanne Rogers, in collaboration with Dr. Janet Ellsworth, Dr. Sukhdeep Dulai, and Dr. Peter Gill. Stay tuned for Part 2 coming soon. 

Approach to Pediatric Abdominal X-Rays
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This video presents an approach to pediatric abdominal x-rays.  By the end of this video, you should be able to describe common radiographic findings in the pediatric population, including foreign body ingestion, duodenal atresia, and pneumoperitoneum. This podcast and video are developed by Ben Pi, a medical student at the University of Alberta, with the help of Dr. Jacob Jaremko, a pediatric MSK radiologist at the University of Alberta Hospital.

Two-month old with a murmur
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A two-month old infant is referred to a community pediatrician from a walk-in clinic because the physician noticed a murmur. 

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