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The field of pediatrics -- Growth, development, and behavior -- Behavioral and psychiatric disorders -- Learning and developmental disorders -- Nutrition -- Fluid and electrolyte disorders -- Pediatric drug therapy -- Emergency medicine and critical care -- Human genetics -- Metabolic disorders -- The fetus and the neonatal infant -- Adolescent medicine -- Immunology. Section 1: Evalution of the immune system -- Section 2: The T-, B-, and NK-cell systems -- Section 3: The phagocytic system -- The complement system -- Hematopoietic sten cell transplantation -- Allergic disorders -- Rheumatic diseases of childhood (connective tissue disease, collagen vascular diseases) -- Infectious diseases. Section 1: General considerations -- Section 2: Preventive measures -- Section 3: Antibiotic therapy -- Section 4: Gram-positive bacterial infections -- Section 5: Gram-negative bacterial infections -- Section 6: Anaerobic bacterial infections -- Section 7: Mycobacterial infections -- Section 8: Spirochetal infections -- Section 9: Mycoplasmal infections -- Section 10: Chlamydial infections -- Section 11: Rickettsial infections -- Section 12: Fungal infections -- Section 13: Viral infections -- Section 14: Antiparasitic therapy -- Section 15: Protozoan diseases -- Section 16: Helminthic diseases -- The digestive system. Section 1: Clinical manifestations of gastrointestinal disease -- Section 2: The oral cavity -- Section 3: The esophagus -- Section 4: Stomach and intestines -- Section 5: Exocrine pancreas -- Section 6: The liver and biliary system -- Section 7: Peritoneum -- The respiratory system. Section 1: Development and function -- Section 2: Disorders of the respiratory tract -- The cardiovascular system. Section 1: Developmental biology of the cardiovascular system -- Section 2: Evaluation of the cardiovascular system and the child with a heart murmur -- Section 3: Congenital heart disease -- Section 4: Cardiac arrhythmias -- Section 5: Acquired heart disease -- Section 6: Diseases of the myocardium and pericardium -- Section 7: Cardiac therapeutics -- Section 8: Diseases of the peripheral vascular system -- Diseases of the blood. Section 1: The hematopoietic system -- Section 3: Anemias of inadequate production -- Section 4: Hemolytic anemias -- Section 5: Polycythemia (erythrocytosis) -- Section 5: The pancytopenias -- Section 6: Blood component transfusions -- Section 7: Hemorrhagic and thrombotic diseases -- Section 8: The spleen -- Section 9: The lymphatic system -- Cancer and benign tumors -- Nephrology. Section 1: Glomerular disease -- Section 2: Conditions particularly associated with hematuria -- Section 3: Conditions particularly associated with proteinuria -- Section 4: Tubular disorders -- Urologic disorders in infants and children -- Gynecologic problems of childhood -- The endocrine system. Section 1: Disorders of the hypothalamus and pituitary gland -- Section 2: Disorders of the thyroid gland -- Section 3: Disorders of the parathyroid gland -- Section 4: Disorders of the adrenal gland -- Section 5: Disorders of the gonads -- Section 6: Diabetes mellitus in children -- The nervous system -- Neuromuscular disorders -- Disorders of the eye -- The ear -- The skin -- Bone and joint disorders. Section 1: Orthopedic problems -- Section 2: Sports medicine -- Section 3: The skeletal dysplasias -- Rehabilitation medicine -- Environmental health -- Laboratory medicine.
Chiropractic is the second largest physician-level health profession in the United States, with chiropractors providing care to at least 20 million patients annually. As chiropractic health care has been proven to be both effective and cost effective for many musculoskeletal conditions, particularly back pain, the inclusion of Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) in a variety of health care settings is likely to continue to increase. Surprisingly, there is little readily accessible information on chiropractic as a career path. This book provides concise yet comprehensive information about career paths, training, and professional roles in chiropractic for students considering chiropractic as well as health care practitioners in the field. Written in an easy-to-read style, Careers in Chiropractic Health Care: Exploring a Growing Field serves students, those in non-chiropractic health fields, and general readers considering chiropractic as a career change option. The chapters explain the training and specific licensure requirements for chiropractors in all 50 U.S. states and provide information useful to health care professionals for referrals and management of patients using chiropractic care.
This book is a practical manual for clinical practitioners seeking to take an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and management of functional movement disorder (FMD). It discusses case vignettes, reviews the diagnostic approach, provides an update on available treatments, highlights clinical pearls and details references for further reading. Organized into three parts, the book begins with a framework for conceptualizing FMD - including its historical context, the biopsychosocial model and an integrated neurologic-psychiatric perspective towards overcoming mind-body dualism. Part II then provides a comprehensive overview of different FMD presentations including tremor, dystonia, gait disorders, and limb weakness, as well as common non-motor issues such as pain and cognitive symptoms. The book concludes with chapters on updated practices in delivering the diagnosis, working with patients and care partners to achieve shared understanding of a complex condition, as well as an overview of evidence-based and evolving treatments. Supplemented with high-quality patient videos, Functional Movement Disorder is written for practicing neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, allied mental health professionals, and rehabilitation experts with an interest in learning more about diagnosis and management of FMD.