The real-life cases in Pediatrics in Review popular Index of Suspicion feature have intrigued and educated medical professionals for many years with unique cases to review and evaluate. Now the renowned journal’s editors have selected their “top 100” cases to create a fascinating collection that serves as a valuable mini-reference and learning tool. The method of presentation is as if you were rounding and having the case presented to you. The case is followed by questions and then a discussion as if you were discussing it on rounds or in a clinical conference. Includes 95 images of clinical findings.