Monthly Archives: April 2016

A CASE OF AUTISM IN THE IMAGING DEPARTMENT

April 29th, 2016 (No Comments)

Junior* came in the radiology department about a week a go to get an x-ray of his chest done. He appeared to be a healthy 13-year-old boy with his mother. I called his name, his mom answered. He made a swift turn almost hitting her when he called out in a somewhat muffled manner. It […]

Our Children are Drinking!

April 20th, 2016 (No Comments)

“I’ve been drinking on a regular for over five years!” stated the 19-year-old girl at a social gathering of her friends at the bar that I sat. Now my math isn’t too wonderful but this meant that she was drinking REGULARLY (provided she wasn’t lying) from the age of 14! Now this was a young […]