Patients with seizures may find their social difficulties compounded by the effects of anti-epileptic drugs.
Although the irritable bowel syndrome is generally benign, it must be distinguished from other, more ominous, GI diseases.
There is very little that the hospital can do for the enuretic child that cannot be done by the GP.
Contact dermatitis-irritant or allergic - may be caused by virtually anything that touches the patient's skin, so history-taking is important to finding the cause.
A death in the family is a frightening and unnerving experience for a child.