Published in AIDS Weekly, June 23rd, 1997
Christopher B. Wilson, M.D., FAAP, professor of pediatrics and immunology, and head of pediatric infectious diseases, immunology, and rheumatology, University of Washington, Children's Hospital, Seattle, addressed "When and How to Evaluate the Child With Unusual or Recurrent Infections" at the American Academy of Pediatrics 1997 Spring Session held May 10-12, 1997, in San Diego, CA.
"Infections are the most common reason that parents bring a child to a pediatrician, other than for routine well-child visits," Dr. Wilson said. "The question is, when is an infection...
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