Impetigo is super common, and presents in many forms - regular, bulls, and ecthyma. Learn how to diagnose and treat in this PEMBlog Brief.
File this one under "Do I need to take my kid to the ED for this during a global pandemic?" This post details why most tongue lacerations don't need to be sutured.
Pyogenic granulomas can often be confused with other lesions. This edition of Briefs focuses on the diagnosis and management of these common skin lesions.
Peritonsillar abscesses are one of the most important complications of strep pharyngitis. Those of you who work in general Emergency Departments see them all the time. They are less common in Pediatric Emergency Departments. Nevertheless, recognition is clinical and we all need to know what to do with a PTA.