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Current Issue

April-June 2022| Vol 2| Issue 2

From Editorís desk

What is so special about Indian Pediatrics Case Reports?

In recent months, several senior- and middle-tier faculty members expressed interest in sending their cases to our journal. This was not to increase their number of publications, but because they felt...

Case Series

Home-based early intervention for children with neurodevelopmental disorders by community therapy providers supported by a specialized mobile application in Purulia, West Bengal

Background: Neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) are a major global public health problem, particularly affecting children from the lower- and middle-income countries (LMICs). In India, nearly 2....

Case Series

Last-mile delivery of early childhood development services: The role of community health workers in dadra nagar-haveli district

Background: India has the dual challenge of a high prevalence of developmental delay and disabilities in early childhood and a paradoxical underutilization of available intervention services du...

Case Report

Atypical kawasaki disease with polymyositis and panniculitis: Case report and review of literature

Background: Kawasaki disease (KD) is a medium-vessel vasculitis that commonly affects young children. Many atypical presentations that differ from the classical phenotype have been described. <...

Case Report

The role of behavioral phenotyping in establishing a diagnosis of pseudo-angelman syndrome

Background: Behavioral phenotypes are observable patterns of behavior present in certain genetic syndromes that have distinctive social, linguistic, cognitive, and motor profiles. These may pla...

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ISSN - Print: 2772-5170, Online: 2772-5189

Indian Pediatrics Case Reports, a publication of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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