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Mathews Journal of Pediatrics

2572-6560

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Recently Published Articles
Case Report

New Onset Clitoromegaly in a Preterm Infant: Premature Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome

Published : 30th June 2021
Authors : Rebecca Geliebter, MD, Kristina Derrick MD, Sc M, Beth Drzewiecki, MD, Sarah Rogal, MD, MPH, Jessica Kurian, MD, Jeffrey Gershel, MD, Yogangi Malhotra*, MD
Citation : Geliebter R, et al. (2021). New Onset Clitoromegaly in a Preterm Infant: Premature Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome. Mathews J Pediatr. 6(1):25.

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The Implications of a Housing Famine on Public Health

Published : 07th December 2020
Authors : Noe D. Romo1*, Jeffrey Gershel1, Mindy Fullilove2
Citation : Romo ND, et al. (2020). The Implications of a Housing Famine on Public Health. Mathews J Pediatr. (5)2:24.

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Does the Nipple Valve Ureteral Reimplantation Work in Infants?

Published : 04th September 2020
Authors : Pham N. Thach1, Le T. Son2*,  Ngo X. Thai2,  Le T. Hung3, Nguyen P. Phong4, Nguyen D. Huy4,  Le N. Yen2, Tran T. Liem4, Nguyen D. Thai1, Duong H. Mai1
Citation : Son LT. (2020). Does the Nipple Valve Ureteral Reimplantation Work in Infants?. Mathews J Pediatr. (5)1: 23.

Review Article

Literature Review: Post Traumatic Headache Interventions in the Pediatric Population

Published : 03rd June 2020
Authors : Mary Kelley, Megan Berry, Viviane Ugalde* 2200 NE Neff d, Bend, OR 97701, USA
Citation : Ugalde V. (2020). Literature Review: Post Traumatic Headache Interventions in the Pediatric Population. Mathews J Pediatr. (5)1: 01.

Review Article

Procedural Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Emergencies

Published : 18th November 2019
Authors : Cristina García-Muro1*, Eduardo Esteban-Zubero2*, Moisés Alejandro Alatorre-Jiménez3, Carlos Arturo López-García4, Alejandro Marín-Medina5
Citation : García-Muro C and Esteban-Zubero E. (2019). Procedural Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Emergencies. Mathews J Pediatr 4(1): 21.

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Utility of Mosapride Citrate in Pediatric Functional Constipation with Low Bowel Movement Frequency

Published : 21st October 2019
Authors : Yoshimitsu Fujii1,2*, Tetsuji Morimoto1
Citation : Fujii Y. (2019). Utility of Mosapride Citrate in Pediatric Functional Constipation with Low Bowel Movement Frequency. Mathews J Pediatr 4(1): 20.

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