The eyes are the child’s windows to the world. Visual disturbances can have far reaching consequences in a growing child. In the absence of specific... Read More
Fits, faints and epilepsy are more common in childhood than in any other age. Superficially they all look similar, but are very different.
Seizures or fits imply... Read More
Structural heart disease remains the most often missed diagnosis on antenatal ultrasound. Antenatal cardiac diagnosis has become possible in the last two... Read More
The most common birth defect seen in infants and newborns are related to the heart. The abnormality is seen in almost one in 100 pregnancies.
The... Read More
Childhood bone fractures are common and often cause concern for patients, parents, and clinicians. It is a condition in which a bone of a child (younger... Read More