The CCAS webinar on January 9, 2021, focused on relevant articles for pediatric cardiac anesthesiologists published in 2020. If you missed the opportunity to attend, please click HERE to access the w … [Read More...]
CCAS is a society organized within the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia. The CCAS concept originated with cardiac anesthesia directors and other key leaders at major congenital heart disease programs, who believed there was a need for a new society because of rapid advancement of highly specialized knowledge in the field, and a great increase in the numbers of patients, including adults with congenital heart disease.
Question of the Week
A 9-month-old male presents with failure to thrive, skeletal myopathy, and neutropenia. He has not developed gross motor skills such as crawling or sitting. The patient is also found to have dilated cardiomyopathy with deep trabeculations visualized on echocardiogram. Which of the following syndromes is the MOST consistent with this constellation of clinical findings?
A. Barth Syndrome
B. Williams-Beuren Syndrome
C. Noonan Syndrome
D. Kabuki Syndrome