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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?

At age 4 years, this young girl’s hair is falling out for the second time after growing back completely. She is otherwise healthy. Watch the video and make your diagnosis.

The child is alert and able to speak. Physical examination reveals abdominal contusions and inguinal lacerations. The abdomen is distended and painful to the touch. Watch the video, review the history, and make your diagnosis.

Accompanying vomiting and fever raised suspicion for appendicitis and a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis was ordered. Watch the ED video, review the history, and make your diagnosis.

X-rays offer no clue to the cause of dyspnea in this teen who cannot take a deep breath after crashed on his bicycle. Watch the short video, read the clues, and make your diagnosis.

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