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[S1E12] Sports Medicine

The steroid tests are negative, but he shows elevated proteins that could indicate cancer. However, the cancer tests are negative too. House thinks that he's using a steroid that can't be detected. He goes to the patient and notices his testicles are undersized, another symptom of steroid use. He gives him medicine to treat the steroids.

[S1E12] Sports Medicine

The patient's wife challenges him and Cuddy finds out. She notes the medicine will give him respiratory problems he hasn't been using steroids. House admits that if it isn't steroids, he doesn't know what it is, and if he does suffer respiratory problems, he will know he's on the wrong track.

We are now in our sixth season, where our experts examine pediatric patient cases, clinical innovations and the nuanced art of pediatric medicine. Let us know if you have an idea for a future episode of Charting Pediatrics.

Alison Brent, MD, is the Medical Director of Children's Colorado's System of Care and Physician Relations and is a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Brent is passionate about process and system improvement that provides optimal care to patients, families, and providers. She has a focus on digital health and serves on the AAP Executive Committee on Telemedicine.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been a catalyst for the delivery of care through telemedicine. Our pediatric experts discuss ways that providers can quickly implement telehealth in their practice. 041b061a72


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