This case is the third in a series of interactive exercises that will orient the user to important topics in pediatric environmental health. Within the context of a clinical scenario, important information regarding the diagnosis and management of environmental illness will be presented. Additionally, emphasis will be placed on the public health aspects of pediatric environmental illness.

The cases are intended for providers involved in the care of children as well as public health practitioners and other health care providers with an interest in environmental health and medicine.

The content of this case was developed by Susan Buchanan, MD, Linda Forst, MD, MPH, and Anne Evens, MS.

The development of this course was funded by the City of Chicago Department of Public Health Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.

Support for these web-based case studies is also provided by:

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