Resident Guidelines - PEDS 6





A. General:

  • Each talk should take 40 minutes (6:15-6:55)
  • Do not make slides for this presentation. It should be more personal.
  • Handouts are optional; they should be succinct. 
  • Try to get some case examples.
  • You are welcome to attend even when on other rotations to help boost your  knowledge base.
  • Please note that on the last Wednesday of the rotation we will have an individualized oral exam at 6:15 am.

B. Topics to Choose From:

    I)  Unique Topics Not Covered in Standard Lectures

    • Achondroplasia
    • VATER syndrome
    • Absent Radius Syndromes
    • Green-Anderson Tables
    • Focal hemimelias
    • Sprengel's deformity
    • Down Syndrome
    • Rickets
    • Arthrogryposis
    • Developmental Coxa Vara
    • Polio
    • Neurofibromatosis
    • Marfan Syndrome
    • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
    • Blounts Disease
    • JRA & inflammatory arthropathies
    • Partial Growth plate arrest

    II)  Common Subjects - Need More Emphasis

    • Hook Placement in Scoliosis
    • Supracondylar humerus fxs
    • Lateral Condylar humerus fxs
    • Forearm fxs
    • Femur fxs
    • Growth plate arrest
    • Pediatric back pain
    • Adolescent bunion
    • Sedation in Children



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