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Jonathan A. Schneider, DO

Jonathan A. Schneider, DO

Dr Schneider retired from the United States Navy as a Captain in the Medical Corp after twenty years of service, was the University of Florida Department of Pediatrics Chief, Division of Adolescent Medicine,  Shands, from 2003 - 2007, and is now Medical Director for the Children and Adolescent Health Outreach for St. Vincent Mobile in Jacksonville, Florida.

 

 

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This serious symptom constellation is seen in a 21-year-old man. Is it familiar to you?

Can you identify this acral eruption of a week's duration on a 3-year-old boy?

The diagnosis of trichotillomania seemed certain, despite lack of supporting history. It turned out to be about 50% wrong.

A 10-month history of progressive swelling below the knee makes this 12-year-old's case an ideal stop on the medical mystery tour.

A 14-year-old with an odd facial rash has vocal outbursts at school, especially when teased and at home when stressed. What’s wrong? Dx?

It looked very much like dermatomyositis, but there were no signs of muscle weakness. What would be in your differential diagnosis?

The 16-year-old is upset by a new outbreak of “acne” and the prom is in 2 weeks. But is it acne? And what’s that bruise?

A young naval recruit presents with a cluster of symptoms that may sound familiar. Get more clues and a close look at the rash, here.

Onset of illness was acute; fever is high and rash is widespread. Exam is performed in isolation. Your Dx?

Brothers present with residual findings from a bad bout of lower GI distress. Their tongues will speak for themselves. What's your Dx?

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