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Pediatric (Childhood) Asthma: Pathology, Signs & Symptoms

by Brian Alverson, MD
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    The lecture Pediatric (Childhood) Asthma: Pathology, Signs & Symptoms by Brian Alverson, MD is from the course Pediatric Pulmonology.


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    1. Croup
    2. Bronchiolitis
    3. Asthma
    4. Inhaled foreign body
    5. Tracheal deviation from a vascular ring
    1. Stridor is mainly heard during inhalation while wheezing during exhalation .
    2. Stridor is mainly heard during exhalation while wheezing during inhalation.
    3. Stridor and wheezing can not be differentiated by physical examination.
    4. Stridor is common in infants while wheezing is common in older children.
    5. Stridor and wheezing always occur together.
    1. is there associated headache?
    2. At what age did wheezing start?
    3. Is wheezing persistent or intermittent?
    4. Was the onset sudden or gradual?
    5. Is there any associated trigger?
    1. Premature birth.
    2. Delayed growth.
    3. Down’s syndrome.
    4. Poor brain development.
    5. Incubation at birth.

    Author of lecture Pediatric (Childhood) Asthma: Pathology, Signs & Symptoms

     Brian Alverson, MD

    Brian Alverson, MD


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    By Mi Y. on 18. October 2018 for Pediatric (Childhood) Asthma: Pathology, Signs & Symptoms

    Well done especially for explaining stridol from wheezing part and overall aproach