Division of infectious disease

ID Fellowship: Pediatric ID Service

Many adult Infectious Diseases clinicians are called upon to manage infections in pediatric patients, therefore training in Pediatric Infectious Diseases is encouraged in the practice of clinical infectious disease. The Pediatric Infectious Diseases service cares for inpatients and/or outpatients at MUSC Children's Hospital with a wide variety of diseases including:

ID Fellowship Quick Links

 How to Apply
 Consult Service
 Continuity Clinic
 ID Transplant Service
 STD Clinic
 Travel Clinic
 Pediatric ID Service
 Didactic Program

 Immunodeficiencies
 Fever of unknown origin
 Cat Scratch disease
 Neonatal HSV
 Reye's syndrome
 Encephalitis
 Endocarditis
 Still's disease
 Cellulitis
 Disseminated fungal infections
 Cytomegalovirus infections
 Pyelonephritis
 Pneumonia
 Congenital syphilis
 Tuberculosis
 Osteomyelitis
 Kawasaki's syndrome
 Sepsis syndrome
 Urinary tract infections
 Adenitis
 Necrotizing fasciitis
 Group B streptococcal disease
 Cystic fibrosis
 Meningitis
 Necrotizing enterocolitis
 Chronic diarrhea
 CSF shunt infections
 Empyema
 Ehrlichiosis
 Epidural abscess
 Epstein-Barr virus infections

The Infectious Diseases Fellow may do a clinical rotation elective for the management of Pediatric ID patients staffed by the Pediatric Infectious Diseases attending physicians.

 
 
 

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