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Four days of facial swelling was preceded by several months of fatigue, leg pain, rapid weight gain. Watch the video exam for more clues to Dx.

Watch this live video exam and hear details from the boy's mother about the acute, widespread eruption. What's your diagnosis?

The pain was immediate at T5-6 after he struck his head on the pool bottom. Can you Dx his injury based on the video interview?

What is causing this 14-year-old boy’s “shortage of breath"? Watch the video for clues and choose your diagnosis.

The child is bright and alert and has no fever. The swelling is on the left side of the face only. Find other clues to a diagnosis in the accompanying video.

Watch this video taken during examination of the child. Listen as he cries. Is there a clue to the diagnosis?

The child’s episodic tantrum-like behavior and crying was only briefly soothed. Watch the video—is there a clue here to a diagnosis?

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