When a rash that looks like eczema may be a symptom of a rare form of juvenile dermatomyositis.
Maintain a Broad Differential When Diagnosing Arthritis in Children
Watch as Sirada Panupattanapong, MD, describes a case preliminarily diagnosed as juvenile idiopathic arthritis but later confirmed as synovial hemangioma.
Ultrasound as a Diagnostic Tool in Pediatric Rheumatology: Differentiating Between Types of Inflammatory Arthritis
Ultrasound technology in the hands of a pediatric rheumatologist has several advantages. A Cleveland Clinic expert explains.