Whether stomatitis requires treatment in a small child – parents often think when they find symptoms. In appearance, it may seem harmless. Some children may not even have a fever, he eats normally. But the cases are different. When a child has stomatitis, treatment can be organized at home. But you need to consult a specialist. The doctor will examine the oral cavity of the small patient and determine the type of inflammation. The disease has 7 varieties. Therefore, stomatitis in a child will require an individual treatment. The cure plan may vary depending on the cause of the disease. Stomatitis is most often found in childhood. The causes of inflammation are not fully understood. It is believed that this is due to the reaction of human immunity to unidentified molecules. If the body cannot recognize them, it gives such a reaction. There are many white blood cells that must cope with “strangers.” They accumulate in certain areas, and parents observe white sores in the baby’s mouth.
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Torticollis in a newborn child is a disease of the muscles and spine, in which the baby’s head is constantly tilted to the side. It appears due to abnormal development of muscles in the cervical region. Outwardly, the torticollis looks as if the baby laid his head on his shoulder. The disease must be treated immediately after its diagnosis. The longer the treatment of torticollis in a newborn is delayed, the more difficult and longer it will be necessary to eliminate it.
Signs of torticollis in a newborn
The congenital appearance can be noticed immediately after the birth of the baby until he reaches half a month of age. Acquired may be a consequence of the disease. Also, the curvature of the neck appears due to the incorrect position of the child in the crib, when the baby is always on one side.
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Such head damage as concussion very often manifests itself in children. Moreover, a head injury (traumatic brain injury) is in the first position in pediatric traumatology, requiring urgent arrival at the hospital and hospitalization.
It is very difficult for an adult to find the differences between a bruise and a concussion, with children it is a little easier. But the severity of the injuries is usually more dangerous precisely for the child, since his body is not yet fully formed, so the probability of injury increases several times. About 100 thousand children from six months to 10 years old are hospitalized every year with brain injuries. Therefore, it is so important to be able to distinguish between the symptoms and signs of concussion in a child.
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