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<< Managing Childhood Obesity In The Emergency Department

Differential Diagnosis

While poor diet and lack of exercise are the usual culprits for childhood obesity, a small—but significant—number of children have an underlying predisposing disorder that may be genetic, endocrinologic, metabolic, or psychological. Evaluation of growth charts, histories, and physical examinations may give clues to the fact that further evaluation of secondary causes is needed.

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