Rule out the fatal and avoid misses
Any child with Fever/ rash/ non-purulent pink eye, ALWAYS consider Kawasaki
first presentation of Long QT syndrome can present w/ 1st afebrile seizure.
nausea, vomiting, anorexia can be presenting symptoms of acute myocarditis or pericarditis
absence of tonsillar tissue: immunodeficiency
bilateral tonsillar hypertrophy: HIV
bilateral parotitis: HIV
ITP when less than 1 y/o: r/o HIV