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VOLUME 1 PART I The Field of Pediatrics 1 OVERVIEW OF PEDIATRICS 2 QUALITY AND SAFETY IN HEALTHCARE FOR CHILDREN 3 ETHICS IN PEDIATRIC CARE 4 CULTURAL ISSUES IN PEDIATRIC CARE 5 MAXIMIZING CHILDREN'S HEALTH: ?SCREENING, ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE, AND COUNSELING PART II Growth, Development, and Behavior 6 OVERVIEW AND ASSESSMENT OF ?VARIABILITY 7 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT: DOMAINS AND THEORIES 8 ASSESSMENT OF FETAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 9 THE NEWBORN 10 THE FIRST YEAR 11 THE SECOND YEAR 12 THE PRESCHOOL YEARS 13 MIDDLE CHILDHOOD 14 ADOLESCENCE 15 ASSESSMENT OF GROWTH 16 DEVELOPMENTAL-BEHAVIORAL SCREENING AND SURVEILLANCE 17 CHILDCARE: HOW PEDIATRICIANS CAN SUPPORT CHILDREN AND FAMILIES 18 LOSS, SEPARATION, AND BEREAVEMENT 19 SLEEP MEDICINE PART III Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders 20 ASSESSMENT AND INTERVIEWING 21 PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS 22 SOMATIC SYMPTOM AND RELATED DISORDERS 23 RUMINATION AND PICA 24 MOTOR DISORDERS AND HABITS 25 ANXIETY DISORDERS 26 MOOD DISORDERS 27 SUICIDE AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 28 EATING DISORDERS 29 DISRUPTIVE, IMPULSE-CONTROL, AND CONDUCT DISORDERS 30 AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER 31 CHILDHOOD PSYCHOSES PART IV Learning Disorders 32 NEURODEVELOPMENTAL FUNCTION AND DYSFUNCTION IN THE SCHOOL-AGE CHILD 33 ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER 34 DYSLEXIA 35 LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION DISORDERS 36 INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY PART V Children with Special Needs 37 ADOPTION 38 FOSTER AND KINSHIP CARE 39 IMPACT OF VIOLENCE ON CHILDREN 40 ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN 41 FAILURE TO THRIVE 42 CHRONIC ILLNESS IN CHILDHOOD 43 PEDIATRIC PALLIATIVE CARE PART VI Nutrition 44 NUTRITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 45 FEEDING HEALTHY INFANTS, CHILDREN, ?AND ADOLESCENTS 46 NUTRITION, FOOD SECURITY, AND HEALTH 47 OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY 48 VITAMIN A DEFICIENCIES AND EXCESS 49 VITAMIN B COMPLEX DEFICIENCIES AND EXCESS 50 VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID) 51 RICKETS AND HYPERVITAMINOSIS D 52 VITAMIN E DEFICIENCY 53 VITAMIN K DEFICIENCY 54 MICRONUTRIENT MINERAL DEFICIENCIES PART VII Fluid and Electrolyte Disorders 55 ELECTROLYTE AND ACID-BASE DISORDERS 56 MAINTENANCE AND REPLACEMENT THERAPY 57 DEFICIT THERAPY 58 FLUID AND ELECTROLYTE TREATMENT OF SPECIFIC DISORDERS PART VIII Pediatric Drug Therapy 59 PEDIATRIC PHARMACOGENETICS, PHARMACOGENOMICS, AND PHARMACOPROTEOMICS 60 PRINCIPLES OF DRUG THERAPY 61 ANESTHESIA, PERIOPERATIVE CARE, AND SEDATION 62 PEDIATRIC PAIN MANAGEMENT 63 POISONING 64 COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES AND INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE PART IX The Acutely Ill Child 65 EVALUATION OF THE SICK CHILD IN THE OFFICE AND CLINIC 66 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FOR CHILDREN 67 PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES AND RESUSCITATION 68 NEUROLOGIC EMERGENCIES AND STABILIZATION 69 SYNCOPE 70 SHOCK 71 RESPIRATORY DISTRESS AND FAILURE 72 ACUTE CARE OF THE VICTIM OF MULTIPLE TRAUMA 73 ALTITUDE-ASSOCIATED ILLNESS IN CHILDREN (ACUTE MOUNTAIN SICKNESS) 74 DROWNING AND SUBMERSION INJURY 75 BURN INJURIES 76 COLD INJURIES PART X Human Genetics 77 INTEGRATION OF GENETICS INTO PEDIATRIC PRACTICE 78 THE GENETIC APPROACH IN PEDIATRIC MEDICINE 79 THE HUMAN GENOME 80 PATTERNS OF GENETIC TRANSMISSION 81 CYTOGENETICS 82 GENETICS OF COMMON DISORDERS 83 GENETIC APPROACHES TO RARE AND UNDIAGNOSED DISEASES PART XI Metabolic Disorders 84 AN APPROACH TO INBORN ERRORS OF METABOLISM 85 DEFECTS IN METABOLISM OF AMINO ACIDS 86 DEFECTS IN METABOLISM OF LIPIDS 87 DEFECTS IN METABOLISM OF CARBOHYDRATES 88 MUCOPOLYSACCHARIDOSES 89 DISORDERS OF PURINE AND PYRIMIDINE METABOLISM 90 HUTCHINSON-GILFORD PROGERIA SYNDROME 91 THE PORPHYRIAS 92 HYPOGLYCEMIA PART XII The Fetus and the Neonatal Infant 93 OVERVIEW OF MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY 94 THE NEWBORN INFANT 95 HIGH-RISK PREGNANCIES 96 THE FETUS 97 THE HIGH-RISK INFANT 98 CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF DISEASES IN THE NEWBORN PERIOD 99 NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDERS 100 DELIVERY ROOM EMERGENCIES 101 RESPIRATORY TRACT DISORDERS 102 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DISORDERS 103 BLOOD DISORDERS 104 GENITOURINARY SYSTEM 105 THE UMBILICUS 106 METABOLIC DISTURBANCES 107 THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 108 DYSMORPHOLOGY 109 INFECTIONS OF THE NEONATAL INFANT PART XIII Adolescent Medicine 110 ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 111 THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ADOLESCENT HEALTH PROBLEMS 112 DELIVERY OF HEALTHCARE TO ADOLESCENTS 113 VIOLENT BEHAVIOR 114 SUBSTANCE ABUSE 115 THE BREAST 116 MENSTRUAL PROBLEMS 117 CONTRACEPTION 118 ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY 119 ADOLESCENT RAPE 120 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS 121 CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME Immunology Section 1 EVALUATION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM 122 EVALUATION OF SUSPECTED IMMUNODEFICIENCY Section 2 THE T-, B-, AND NK-CELL SYSTEMS 123 T LYMPHOCYTES, B LYMPHOCYTES, AND NATURAL KILLER CELLS 124 PRIMARY DEFECTS OF ANTIBODY PRODUCTION 125 PRIMARY DEFECTS OF CELLULAR ? IMMUNITY 126 PRIMARY COMBINED ANTIBODY AND CELLULAR IMMUNODEFICIENCIES Section 3 THE PHAGOCYTIC SYSTEM 127 NEUTROPHILS 128 MONOCYTES, MACROPHAGES, AND DENDRITIC CELLS 129 EOSINOPHILS 130 DISORDERS OF PHAGOCYTE FUNCTION 131 LEUKOPENIA 132 LEUKOCYTOSIS Section 4 THE COMPLEMENT SYSTEM 133 THE COMPLEMENT SYSTEM 134 DISORDERS OF THE COMPLEMENT SYSTEM Section 5 HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION 135 PRINCIPLES AND CLINICAL INDICATIONS OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION 136 HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION FROM ALTERNATIVE SOURCES AND DONORS 137 GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST DISEASE, REJECTION, AND VENOOCCLUSIVE DISEASE 138 INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS OF ?HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION 139 LATE EFFECTS OF HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION PART XV Allergic Disorders 140 ALLERGY AND THE IMMUNOLOGIC BASIS OF ATOPIC DISEASE 141 DIAGNOSIS OF ALLERGIC DISEASE 142 PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT OF ALLERGIC DISEASE 143 ALLERGIC RHINITIS 144 CHILDHOOD ASTHMA 145 ATOPIC DERMATITIS (ATOPIC ECZEMA) 146 INSECT ALLERGY 147 OCULAR ALLERGIES 148 URTICARIA (HIVES) AND ANGIOEDEMA 149 ANAPHYLAXIS 150 SERUM SICKNESS 151 FOOD ALLERGY AND ADVERSE REACTIONS TO FOODS 152 ADVERSE REACTIONS TO DRUGS Rheumatic Diseases of Childhood 153 EVALUATION OF SUSPECTED RHEUMATIC DISEASE 154 TREATMENT OF RHEUMATIC DISEASES 155 JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS 156 ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS AND OTHER SPONDYLOARTHRITIDES 157 REACTIVE AND POSTINFECTIOUS ARTHRITIS 158 SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS 159 JUVENILE DERMATOMYOSITIS 160 SCLERODERMA AND RAYNAUD PHENOMENON 161 BEH?ET DISEASE 162 SJ?GREN SYNDROME 163 HEREDITARY PERIODIC FEVER SYNDROMES AND OTHER SYSTEMIC AUTOINFLAMMATORY DISEASES 164 AMYLOIDOSIS 165 SARCOIDOSIS 166 KAWASAKI DISEASE 167 VASCULITIS SYNDROMES 168 MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN SYNDROMES 169 MISCELLANEOUS CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH ARTHRITIS PART XVII Infectious Diseases Section 1 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS 170 DIAGNOSTIC MICROBIOLOGY 171 THE MICROBIOME AND PEDIATRIC HEALTH Section 2 PREVENTIVE MEASURES 172 IMMUNIZATION PRACTICES 173 INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL 174 CHILDCARE AND COMMUNICABLE ? DISEASES 175 HEALTH ADVICE FOR CHILDREN TRAVELING INTERNATIONALLY 176 FEVER 177 FEVER WITHOUT A FOCUS 178 INFECTIONS IN IMMUNOCOMPROMISED PERSONS 179 INFECTION ASSOCIATED WITH MEDICAL DEVICES Section 3 ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY 180 PRINCIPLES OF ANTIBACTERIAL THERAPY Section 4 GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 181 STAPHYLOCOCCUS 182 STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE (PNEUMOCOCCUS) 183 GROUP A STREPTOCOCCUS 184 GROUP B STREPTOCOCCUS 185 NON-GROUP A OR B STREPTOCOCCI 186 ENTEROCOCCUS 187 DIPHTHERIA (CORYNEBACTERIUM DIPHTHERIAE) 188 LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES 189 ACTINOMYCES 190 NOCARDIA Section 5 GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 191 NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS (MENINGOCOCCUS) 192 NEISSERIA GONORRHOEAE (GONOCOCCUS) 193 KINGELLA KINGAE 194 HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE 195 CHANCROID (HAEMOPHILUS DUCREYI) 196 MORAXELLA CATARRHALIS 197 PERTUSSIS (BORDETELLA PERTUSSIS AND BORDETELLA PARAPERTUSSIS) 198 SALMONELLA 199 SHIGELLA 200 ESCHERICHIA COLI 201 CHOLERA 202 CAMPYLOBACTER 203 YERSINIA 204 AEROMONAS AND PLESIOMONAS 205 PSEUDOMONAS, BURKHOLDERIA, AND STENOTROPHOMONAS 206 TULAREMIA (FRANCISELLA TULARENSIS) 207 BRUCELLA 208 LEGIONELLA 209 BARTONELLA Section 6 ANAEROBIC BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 210 BOTULISM (CLOSTRIDIUM BOTULINUM) 211 TETANUS (CLOSTRIDIUM TETANI) 212 CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION 213 OTHER ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS Section 7 MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTIONS 214 PRINCIPLES OF ANTIMYCOBACTERIAL THERAPY 215 TUBERCULOSIS (MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS) 216 HANSEN DISEASE (MYCOBACTERIUM LEPRAE) 217 NONTUBERCULOUS MYCOBACTERIA Section 8 SPIROCHETAL INFECTIONS 218 SYPHILIS (TREPONEMA PALLIDUM) 219 NONVENEREAL TREPONEMAL INFECTIONS 220 LEPTOSPIRA 221 RELAPSING FEVER (BORRELIA) 222 LYME DISEASE (BORRELIA BURGDORFERI) Section 9 MYCOPLASMAL INFECTIONS 223 MYCOPLASMA PNEUMONIAE, 224 GENITAL MYCOPLASMAS (MYCOPLASMA HOMINIS, MYCOPLASMA GENITALIUM, AND UREAPLASMA UREALYTICUM) Section 10 CHLAMYDIAL INFECTIONS 225 CHLAMYDIA (CHLAMYDOPHILA) PNEUMONIAE 226 CHLAMYDIA TRACHOMATIS 227 PSITTACOSIS (CHLAMYDIA PSITTACI) Section 11 RICKETTSIAL INFECTIONS 228 SPOTTED FEVER GROUP RICKETTSIOSES 229 SCRUB TYPHUS (ORIENTIA TSUTSUGAMUSHI) 230 TYPHUS GROUP RICKETTSIOSES, 231 EHRLICHIOSIS AND ANAPLASMOSIS 232 Q FEVER (COXIELLA BURNETII) Section 12 FUNGAL INFECTIONS 233 PRINCIPLES OF ANTIFUNGAL THERAPY 234 CANDIDA 235 CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS 236 MALASSEZIA 237 ASPERGILLUS 238 HISTOPLASMOSIS (HISTOPLASMA CAPSULATUM) 239 BLASTOMYCOSIS (BLASTOMYCES DERMATITIDIS) 240 COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS (COCCIDIOIDES SPECIES) 241 PARACOCCIDIOIDES BRASILIENSIS 242 SPOROTRICHOSIS (SPOROTHRIX SCHENCKII) 243 ZYGOMYCOSIS (MUCORMYCOSIS) 244 PNEUMOCYSTIS JIROVECI Section 13 VIRAL INFECTIONS 245 PRINCIPLES OF ANTIVIRAL THERAPY 246 MEASLES 247 RUBELLA 248 MUMPS 249 POLIOVIRUSES 250 NONPOLIO ENTEROVIRUSES 251 PARVOVIRUSES 252 HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS 253 VARICELLA-ZOSTER VIRUS 254 EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS 255 CYTOMEGALOVIRUS 256 ROSEOLA (HUMAN HERPESVIRUSES 6 AND 7) 257 HUMAN HERPESVIRUS 8 258 INFLUENZA VIRUSES 259 PARAINFLUENZA VIRUSES 260 RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS 261 HUMAN METAPNEUMOVIRUS 262 ADENOVIRUSES 263 RHINOVIRUSES 264 CORONAVIRUSES 265 ROTAVIRUSES, CALICIVIRUSES, AND ASTROVIRUSES 266 HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUSES 267 ARBOVIRAL INFECTIONS IN NORTH AMERICA 268 ARBOVIRAL INFECTIONS OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA 269 DENGUE FEVER AND DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER 270 YELLOW FEVER 271 EBOLA AND OTHER VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC FEVERS 272 LYMPHOCYTIC CHORIOMENINGITIS VIRUS 273 HANTAVIRUS PULMONARY SYNDROME 274 RABIES 275 POLYOMAVIRUSES 276 ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME (HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS) 277 HUMAN T-LYMPHOTROPIC VIRUSES (1 AND 2) 278 TRANSMISSIBLE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHIES Section 14 ANTIPARASITIC THERAPY 279 PRINCIPLES OF ANTIPARASITIC THERAPY Section 15 PROTOZOAN DISEASES 280 PRIMARY AMEBIC MENINGOENCEPHALITIS 281 AMEBIASIS 282 GIARDIASIS AND BALANTIDIASIS 283 CRYPTOSPORIDIUM, ISOSPORA, CYCLOSPORA, AND MICROSPORIDIA 284 TRICHOMONIASIS (TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS) 285 LEISHMANIASIS (LEISHMANIA) 286 AFRICAN TRYPANOSOMIASIS (SLEEPING SICKNESS; TRYPANOSOMA BRUCEI COMPLEX) 287 AMERICAN TRYPANOSOMIASIS (CHAGAS DISEASE; TRYPANOSOMA CRUZI) 288 MALARIA (PLASMODIUM) 289 BABESIOSIS (BABESIA) 290 TOXOPLASMOSIS (TOXOPLASMA GONDII) Section 16 HELMINTHIC DISEASES 291 ASCARIASIS (ASCARIS LUMBRICOIDES) 292 HOOKWORMS (NECATOR AMERICANUS AND ANCYLOSTOMA SPP.) 293 TRICHURIASIS (TRICHURIS TRICHIURA) 294 ENTEROBIASIS (ENTEROBIUS VERMICULARIS) 295 STRONGYLOIDIASIS (STRONGYLOIDES STERCORALIS) 296 LYMPHATIC FILARIASIS (BRUGIA MALAYI, BRUGIA TIMORI, AND WUCHERERIA BANCROFTI), 1739 297 OTHER TISSUE NEMATODES 298 TOXOCARIASIS (VISCERAL AND OCULAR LARVA MIGRANS) 299 TRICHINELLOSIS (TRICHINELLA SPIRALIS) 300 SCHISTOSOMIASIS (SCHISTOSOMA) 301 FLUKES (LIVER, LUNG, AND INTESTINAL) 302 ADULT TAPEWORM INFECTIONS 303 CYSTICERCOSIS 304 ECHINOCOCCOSIS (ECHINOCOCCUS GRANULOSUS AND ECHINOCOCCUS MULTILOCULARIS) VOLUME 2 PART XVIII The Digestive System Section 1 CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE 305 NORMAL DIGESTIVE TRACT PHENOMENA 306 MAJOR SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS OF DIGESTIVE TRACT DISORDERS Section 2 THE ORAL CAVITY 307 DEVELOPMENT AND DEVELOPMENTAL ANOMALIES OF THE TEETH 308 DISORDERS OF THE ORAL CAVITY ASSOCIATED WITH OTHER CONDITIONS 309 MALOCCLUSION 310 CLEFT LIP AND PALATE 311 SYNDROMES WITH ORAL MANIFESTATIONS 312 DENTAL CARIES 313 PERIODONTAL DISEASES 314 DENTAL TRAUMA 315 COMMON LESIONS OF THE ORAL SOFT TISSUES 316 DISEASES OF THE SALIVARY GLANDS AND JAWS 317 DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY IN DENTAL ASSESSMENT Section 3 THE ESOPHAGUS 318 EMBRYOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND FUNCTION OF THE ESOPHAGUS 319 CONGENITAL ANOMALIES 320 OBSTRUCTING AND MOTILITY DISORDERS OF THE ESOPHAGUS 321 DYSMOTILITY 322 HIATAL HERNIA 323 GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE 324 EOSINOPHILIC ESOPHAGITIS AND NON-GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE ESOPHAGITIS 325 ESOPHAGEAL PERFORATION 326 ESOPHAGEAL VARICES 327 INGESTIONS Section 4 STOMACH AND INTESTINES 328 NORMAL DEVELOPMENT, STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTION 329 PYLORIC STENOSIS AND OTHER CONGENITAL ANOMALIES OF THE STOMACH 330 INTESTINAL ATRESIA, STENOSIS, AND MALROTATION 331 INTESTINAL DUPLICATIONS, MECKEL DIVERTICULUM, AND OTHER REMNANTS OF THE OMPHALOMESENTERIC DUCT 332 MOTILITY DISORDERS AND HIRSCHSPRUNG DISEASE 333 ILEUS, ADHESIONS, INTUSSUSCEPTION, AND CLOSED-LOOP OBSTRUCTIONS 335 PEPTIC ULCER DISEASE IN CHILDREN 336 INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE 337 EOSINOPHILIC GASTROENTERITIS 338 DISORDERS OF MALABSORPTION 339 INTESTINAL TRANSPLANTATION IN CHILDREN WITH INTESTINAL FAILURE 340 ACUTE GASTROENTERITIS IN CHILDREN 341 CHRONIC DIARRHEA 342 FUNCTIONAL ABDOMINAL PAIN (NONORGANIC CHRONIC ABDOMINAL ?PAIN) 343 ACUTE APPENDICITIS 344 SURGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE ANUS AND RECTUM 345 TUMORS OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT 346 INGUINAL HERNIAS Section 5 EXOCRINE PANCREAS 347 EMBRYOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND ?PHYSIOLOGY 348 PANCREATIC FUNCTION TESTS 349 DISORDERS OF THE EXOCRINE PANCREAS 350 TREATMENT OF PANCREATIC INSUFFICIENCY 351 PANCREATITIS 352 PSEUDOCYST OF THE PANCREAS 353 PANCREATIC TUMORS Section 6 THE LIVER AND BILIARY SYSTEM 354 MORPHOGENESIS OF THE LIVER AND BILIARY SYSTEM 355 MANIFESTATIONS OF LIVER DISEASE 356 CHOLESTASIS 357 METABOLIC DISEASES OF THE LIVER 358 VIRAL HEPATITIS 359 LIVER ABSCESS 360 LIVER DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH SYSTEMIC DISORDERS 361 MITOCHONDRIAL HEPATOPATHIES 362 AUTOIMMUNE HEPATITIS 363 DRUG- AND TOXIN-INDUCED LIVER INJURY 364 FULMINANT HEPATIC FAILURE 365 CYSTIC DISEASES OF THE BILIARY TRACT AND LIVER 366 DISEASES OF THE GALLBLADDER 367 PORTAL HYPERTENSION AND VARICES 368 LIVER TRANSPLANTATION Section 7 PERITONEUM 369 MALFORMATIONS 370 ASCITES 371 PERITONITIS 372 EPIGASTRIC HERNIA PART XIX Respiratory System Section 1 DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION 373 RESPIRATORY PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND REGULATION 374 DIAGNOSTIC APPROACH TO RESPIRATORY DISEASE 375 SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME Section 2 DISORDERS OF THE RESPIRATORY TRACT 376 CONGENITAL DISORDERS OF THE NOSE 377 ACQUIRED DISORDERS OF THE NOSE 378 NASAL POLYPS 379 THE COMMON COLD 380 SINUSITIS 381 ACUTE PHARYNGITIS 382 RETROPHARYNGEAL ABSCESS, LATERAL PHARYNGEAL (PARAPHARYNGEAL) ABSCESS, AND PERITONSILLAR CELLULITIS/ABSCESS 383 TONSILS AND ADENOIDS 384 CHRONIC OR RECURRENT RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS 385 ACUTE INFLAMMATORY UPPER AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION (CROUP, EPIGLOTTITIS, LARYNGITIS, AND BACTERIAL TRACHEITIS) 387 FOREIGN BODIES IN THE AIRWAY 388 LARYNGOTRACHEAL STENOSIS AND SUBGLOTTIC STENOSIS 389 BRONCHOMALACIA AND ?TRACHEOMALACIA 390 NEOPLASMS OF THE LARYNX, TRACHEA, AND BRONCHI 391 WHEEZING, BRONCHIOLITIS, AND BRONCHITIS 392 EMPHYSEMA AND OVERINFLATION 393 ?1-ANTITRYPSIN DEFICIENCY AND EMPHYSEMA 394 OTHER DISTAL AIRWAY DISEASES 395 CONGENITAL DISORDERS OF THE LUNG 396 PULMONARY EDEMA 397 ASPIRATION SYNDROMES 398 CHRONIC RECURRENT ASPIRATION 399 IMMUNE AND INFLAMMATORY LUNG DISEASE 400 COMMUNITY-ACQUIRED PNEUMONIA 401 BRONCHIECTASIS 402 PULMONARY ABSCESS 403 CYSTIC FIBROSIS 404 PRIMARY CILIARY DYSKINESIA (IMMOTILE CILIA SYNDROME, KARTAGENER SYNDROME) 405 DIFFUSE LUNG DISEASES IN CHILDHOOD 406 PULMONARY HEMOSIDEROSIS 407 PULMONARY EMBOLISM, INFARCTION, AND HEMORRHAGE 408 ATELECTASIS 409 PULMONARY TUMORS 410 PLEURISY, PLEURAL EFFUSIONS, AND EMPYEMA 411 PNEUMOTHORAX 412 PNEUMOMEDIASTINUM 413 HYDROTHORAX 414 HEMOTHORAX 415 CHYLOTHORAX 416 BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA 417 SKELETAL DISEASES INFLUENCING PULMONARY FUNCTION 418 CHRONIC SEVERE RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY 419 EXTRAPULMONARY DISEASES WITH PULMONARY MANIFESTATIONS PART XX The Cardiovascular System Section 1 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 420 CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT 421 THE FETAL TO NEONATAL CIRCULATORY TRANSITION Section 2 EVALUATION OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 422 HISTORY AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION 423 LABORATORY EVALUATION Section 3 CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE 424 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND GENETIC BASIS OF CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE 425 EVALUATION AND SCREENING OF THE INFANT OR CHILD WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE 426 ACYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE: ? LEFT-TO-RIGHT SHUNT LESIONS 427 ACYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE: ?OBSTRUCTIVE LESIONS 428 ACYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE: REGURGITANT LESIONS 429 CYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE: EVALUATION OF THE CRITICALLY ILL NEONATE WITH CYANOSIS AND RESPIRATORY DISTRESS 430 CYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART LESIONS: LESIONS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED PULMONARY BLOOD FLOW 431 CYANOTIC CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE: LESIONS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED PULMONARY BLOOD FLOW 432 OTHER CONGENITAL HEART AND VASCULAR MALFORMATIONS 433 PULMONARY HYPERTENSION 434 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT OF CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE Section 4 CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS 435 DISTURBANCES OF RATE AND RHYTHM OF THE HEART 436 SUDDEN DEATH Section 5 ACQUIRED HEART DISEASE 437 INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS 438 RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE Section 6 DISEASES OF THE MYOCARDIUM AND PERICARDIUM 439 DISEASES OF THE MYOCARDIUM 440 DISEASES OF THE PERICARDIUM 441 TUMORS OF THE HEART Section 7 CARDIAC THERAPEUTICS 442 HEART FAILURE 443 PEDIATRIC HEART AND HEART-LUNG TRANSPLANTATION Section 8 DISEASES OF THE PERIPHERAL VASCULAR SYSTEM 444 DISEASES OF THE BLOOD VESSELS (ANEURYSMS AND FISTULAS) 445 SYSTEMIC HYPERTENSION PART XXI Diseases of the Blood Section 1 THE HEMATOPOIETIC SYSTEM 446 DEVELOPMENT OF THE HEMATOPOIETIC SYSTEM 447 THE ANEMIAS Section 2 ANEMIAS OF INADEQUATE PRODUCTION 448 CONGENITAL HYPOPLASTIC ANEMIA (DIAMONDBLACKFAN ANEMIA) 449 PEARSON SYNDROME 450 ACQUIRED PURE RED BLOOD CELL ANEMIA 451 ANEMIA OF CHRONIC DISEASE AND RENAL DISEASE 452 CONGENITAL DYSERYTHROPOIETIC ?ANEMIAS 453 PHYSIOLOGIC ANEMIA OF INFANCY 454 MEGALOBLASTIC ANEMIAS 455 IRON-DEFICIENCY ANEMIA 456 OTHER MICROCYTIC ANEMIAS Section 3 HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS 457 DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATION OF HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS 458 HEREDITARY SPHEROCYTOSIS 459 HEREDITARY ELLIPTOCYTOSIS 460 HEREDITARY STOMATOCYTOSIS 461 PAROXYSMAL NOCTURNAL HEMOGLOBINURIA AND ACANTHOCYTOSIS 462 HEMOGLOBINOPATHIES 463 ENZYMATIC DEFECTS 464 HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS RESULTING FROM EXTRACELLULAR FACTORS-IMMUNE HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS 465 HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS SECONDARY TO OTHER EXTRACELLULAR FACTORS Section 4 POLYCYTHEMIA (ERYTHROCYTOSIS) 466 POLYCYTHEMIA 467 NON-CLONAL POLYCYTHEMIA Section 5 THE PANCYTOPENIAS 468 THE INHERITED PANCYTOPENIAS 469 THE ACQUIRED PANCYTOPENIAS Section 6 BLOOD COMPONENT TRANSFUSIONS 470 RED BLOOD CELL TRANSFUSIONS AND ERYTHROPOIETIN THERAPY 471 PLATELET TRANSFUSIONS 472 NEUTROPHIL (GRANULOCYTE) TRANSFUSIONS 473 PLASMA TRANSFUSIONS 474 RISKS OF BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS Section 7 HEMORRHAGIC AND THROMBOTIC DISEASES 475 HEMOSTASIS 476 HEREDITARY CLOTTING FACTOR DEFICIENCIES (BLEEDING DISORDERS) 477 VON WILLEBRAND DISEASE 478 HEREDITARY PREDISPOSITION TO THROMBOSIS 479 THROMBOTIC DISORDERS IN CHILDREN 480 POSTNEONATAL VITAMIN K DEFICIENCY 481 LIVER DISEASE 482 ACQUIRED INHIBITORS OF COAGULATION 483 DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION 484 PLATELET AND BLOOD VESSEL DISORDERS Section 8 THE SPLEEN 485 ANATOMY AND FUNCTION OF THE SPLEEN 486 SPLENOMEGALY 487 HYPOSPLENISM, SPLENIC TRAUMA, AND SPLENECTOMY Section 9 THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM 488 ANATOMY AND FUNCTION OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM 489 ABNORMALITIES OF LYMPHATIC VESSELS 490 LYMPHADENOPATHY PART XXII Cancer and Benign Tumors 491 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENT CANCER 492 MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY OF CANCER 493 PRINCIPLES OF DIAGNOSIS 494 PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT 495 THE LEUKEMIAS 496 LYMPHOMA 497 BRAIN TUMORS IN CHILDHOOD 498 NEUROBLASTOMA 499 NEOPLASMS OF THE KIDNEY 500 SOFT TISSUE SARCOMAS 501 NEOPLASMS OF BONE 502 RETINOBLASTOMA 503 GONADAL AND GERM CELL NEOPLASMS 504 NEOPLASMS OF THE LIVER 505 BENIGN VASCULAR TUMORS 506 RARE TUMORS 507 HISTIOCYTOSIS SYNDROMES OF CHILDHOOD PART XXIII Nephrology Section 1 GLOMERULAR DISEASE 508 INTRODUCTION TO GLOMERULAR DISEASES Section 2 CONDITIONS PARTICULARLY ASSOCIATED WITH HEMATURIA 509 CLINICAL EVALUATION OF THE CHILD WITH HEMATURIA 510 ISOLATED GLOMERULAR DISEASES WITH RECURRENT GROSS HEMATURIA 511 GLOMERULONEPHRITIS ASSOCIATED WITH INFECTIONS 512 MEMBRANOUS NEPHROPATHY 513 MEMBRANOPROLIFERATIVE GLOMERULONEPHRITIS 514 GLOMERULONEPHRITIS ASSOCIATED WITH SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS 515 HENOCH-SCH?NLEIN PURPURA NEPHRITIS 516 RAPIDLY PROGRESSIVE (CRESCENTIC) GLOMERULONEPHRITIS 517 GOODPASTURE DISEASE 518 HEMOLYTIC-UREMIC SYNDROME 519 UPPER URINARY TRACT CAUSES OF HEMATURIA 520 HEMATOLOGIC DISEASES CAUSING HEMATURIA 521 ANATOMIC ABNORMALITIES ASSOCIATED WITH HEMATURIA 522 LOWER URINARY TRACT CAUSES OF HEMATURIA Section 3 CONDITIONS PARTICULARLY ASSOCIATED WITH PROTEINURIA 523 INTRODUCTION TO THE CHILD WITH PROTEINURIA 524 TRANSIENT PROTEINURIA 525 ORTHOSTATIC (POSTURAL) PROTEINURIA 526 FIXED PROTEINURIA 527 NEPHROTIC SYNDROME Section 4 TUBULAR DISORDERS 528 TUBULAR FUNCTION 529 RENAL TUBULAR ACIDOSIS 530 NEPHROGENIC DIABETES INSIPIDUS 531 BARTTER AND GITELMAN SYNDROMES AND OTHER INHERITED TUBULAR TRANSPORT ABNORMALITIES 532 TUBULOINTERSTITIAL NEPHRITIS Section 5 ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY AND CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE 533 TOXIC NEPHROPATHY 534 CORTICAL NECROSIS 535 RENAL FAILURE 536 RENAL TRANSPLANTATION PART XXIV Urologic Disorders in Infants and Children 537 CONGENITAL ANOMALIES AND DYSGENESIS OF THE KIDNEYS 538 URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS 539 VESICOURETERAL REFLUX 540 OBSTRUCTION OF THE URINARY TRACT 541 ANOMALIES OF THE BLADDER 542 NEUROPATHIC BLADDER 543 ENURESIS AND VOIDING DYSFUNCTION 544 ANOMALIES OF THE PENIS AND URETHRA 545 DISORDERS AND ANOMALIES OF THE SCROTAL CONTENTS 546 TRAUMA TO THE GENITOURINARY TRACT 547 URINARY LITHIASIS PART XXV Gynecologic Problems of Childhood 548 HISTORY AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION 549 VULVOVAGINITIS 550 BLEEDING 551 BREAST CONCERNS 552 POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME AND HIRSUTISM 553 NEOPLASMS AND ADOLESCENT SCREENING FOR HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS 554 VULVOVAGINAL AND M?LLERIAN ANOMALIES 555 GYNECOLOGIC CARE FOR GIRLS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS PART XXVI The Endocrine System Section 1 DISORDERS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND PITUITARY GLAND 556 HORMONES OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND PITUITARY 557 HYPOPITUITARISM 558 DIABETES INSIPIDUS 559 OTHER ABNORMALITIES OF ARGININE VASOPRESSIN METABOLISM AND ACTION 560 HYPERPITUITARISM, TALL STATURE, AND OVERGROWTH SYNDROMES 561 PHYSIOLOGY OF PUBERTY 562 DISORDERS OF PUBERTAL DEVELOPMENT Section 2 DISORDERS OF THE THYROID GLAND 563 THYROID DEVELOPMENT AND PHYSIOLOGY 564 DEFECTS OF THYROXINE-BINDING GLOBULIN 565 HYPOTHYROIDISM 566 THYROIDITIS 567 GOITER 568 HYPERTHYROIDISM 569 CARCINOMA OF THE THYROID Section 3 DISORDERS OF THE PARATHYROID GLAND 570 HORMONES AND PEPTIDES OF CALCIUM HOMEOSTASIS AND BONE METABOLISM 571 HYPOPARATHYROIDISM 572 PSEUDOHYPOPARATHYROIDISM (ALBRIGHT HEREDITARY OSTEODYSTROPHY) 573 HYPERPARATHYROIDISM Section 4 DISORDERS OF THE ADRENAL GLAND 574 PHYSIOLOGY OF THE ADRENAL GLAND 575 ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY 576 CONGENITAL ADRENAL HYPERPLASIA AND RELATED DISORDERS 577 CUSHING SYNDROME 578 PRIMARY ALDOSTERONISM 579 ADRENOCORTICAL TUMORS 580 PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA 581 ADRENAL MASSES Section 5 DISORDERS OF THE GONADS 582 DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTION OF THE GONADS 583 HYPOFUNCTION OF THE TESTES 584 PSEUDOPRECOCITY RESULTING FROM TUMORS OF THE TESTES 585 GYNECOMASTIA 586 HYPOFUNCTION OF THE OVARIES 587 PSEUDOPRECOCITY RESULTING FROM LESIONS OF THE OVARY 588 DISORDERS OF SEX DEVELOPMENT Section 6 DIABETES MELLITUS IN CHILDREN 589 DIABETES MELLITUS PART XXVII The Nervous System 590 NEUROLOGIC EVALUATION 591 CONGENITAL ANOMALIES OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 592 DEFORMATIONAL PLAGIOCEPHALY 593 SEIZURES IN CHILDHOOD 594 CONDITIONS THAT MIMIC SEIZURES 595 HEADACHES 596 NEUROCUTANEOUS SYNDROMES 597 MOVEMENT DISORDERS 598 ENCEPHALOPATHIES 599 NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS OF CHILDHOOD 600 DEMYELINATING DISORDERS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM 601 PEDIATRIC STROKE 602 CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM VASCULITIS 603 CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM INFECTIONS 604 BRAIN ABSCESS 605 IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION/PSEUDOTUMOR CEREBRI 606 SPINAL CORD DISORDERS PART XXVIII Neuromuscular Disorders 607 EVALUATION AND INVESTIGATION 608 DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS OF MUSCLE 609 MUSCULAR DYSTROPHIES 610 ENDOCRINE AND TOXIC MYOPATHIES 611 METABOLIC MYOPATHIES 612 DISORDERS OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRANSMISSION AND OF MOTOR NEURONS 613 HEREDITARY MOTOR-SENSORY NEUROPATHIES 614 TOXIC NEUROPATHIES 615 AUTONOMIC NEUROPATHIES 616 GUILLAIN-BARR? SYNDROME 617 BELL PALSY PART XXIX Disorders of the Eye 618 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 619 EXAMINATION OF THE EYE 620 ABNORMALITIES OF REFRACTION AND ACCOMMODATION 621 DISORDERS OF VISION 622 ABNORMALITIES OF PUPIL AND IRIS 623 DISORDERS OF EYE MOVEMENT AND ALIGNMENT 624 ABNORMALITIES OF THE LIDS 625 DISORDERS OF THE LACRIMAL SYSTEM 626 DISORDERS OF THE CONJUNCTIVA 627 ABNORMALITIES OF THE CORNEA 628 ABNORMALITIES OF THE LENS 629 DISORDERS OF THE UVEAL TRACT 630 DISORDERS OF THE RETINA AND VITREOUS 631 ABNORMALITIES OF THE OPTIC NERVE 632 CHILDHOOD GLAUCOMA 633 ORBITAL ABNORMALITIES 634 ORBITAL INFECTIONS 635 INJURIES TO THE EYE PART XXX The Ear 636 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS AND EVALUATION 637 HEARING LOSS 638 CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS 639 EXTERNAL OTITIS (OTITIS EXTERNA) 640 OTITIS MEDIA 641 THE INNER EAR AND DISEASES OF THE BONY LABYRINTH 642 TRAUMATIC INJURIES OF THE EAR AND TEMPORAL BONE 643 TUMORS OF THE EAR AND TEMPORAL BONE PART XXXI The Skin 644 MORPHOLOGY OF THE SKIN 645 EVALUATION OF THE PATIENT 646 PRINCIPLES OF THERAPY 647 DISEASES OF THE NEONATE 648 CUTANEOUS DEFECTS 649 ECTODERMAL DYSPLASIAS 650 VASCULAR DISORDERS 651 CUTANEOUS NEVI 652 HYPERPIGMENTED LESIONS 653 HYPOPIGMENTED LESIONS 654 VESICULOBULLOUS DISORDERS 655 ECZEMATOUS DISORDERS 656 PHOTOSENSITIVITY 657 DISEASES OF THE EPIDERMIS 658 DISORDERS OF KERATINIZATION 659 DISEASES OF THE DERMIS 660 DISEASES OF SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE 661 DISORDERS OF THE SWEAT GLANDS 662 DISORDERS OF HAIR 663 DISORDERS OF THE NAILS 664 DISORDERS OF THE MUCOUS MEMBRANES 665 CUTANEOUS BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 666 CUTANEOUS FUNGAL INFECTIONS 667 CUTANEOUS VIRAL INFECTIONS 668 ARTHROPOD BITES AND INFESTATIONS 669 ACNE 670 TUMORS OF THE SKIN 671 NUTRITIONAL DERMATOSES PART XXXII Bone and Joint Disorders Section 1 ORTHOPEDIC PROBLEMS 672 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 673 EVALUATION OF THE CHILD 674 THE FOOT AND TOES 675 TORSIONAL AND ANGULAR DEFORMITIES 676 LEG-LENGTH DISCREPANCY 677 THE KNEE 678 THE HIP 679 THE SPINE 680 THE NECK 681 THE UPPER LIMB 682 ARTHROGRYPOSIS 683 COMMON FRACTURES 684 OSTEOMYELITIS 685 SEPTIC ARTHRITIS Section 2 SPORTS MEDICINE 686 EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PREVENTION OF INJURIES 687 MANAGEMENT OF MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURY 688 SPORTS-RELATED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (CONCUSSION) 689 CERVICAL SPINAL INJURIES 690 HEAT INJURIES 691 FEMALE ATHLETES: MENSTRUAL PROBLEMS AND THE RISK OF OSTEOPENIA 692 PERFORMANCE-ENHANCING AIDS 693 SPECIFIC SPORTS AND ASSOCIATED ?INJURIES Section 3 THE SKELETAL DYSPLASIAS 694 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS 695 DISORDERS INVOLVING CARTILAGE MATRIX PROTEINS 696 DISORDERS INVOLVING TRANSMEMBRANE RECEPTORS 697 DISORDERS INVOLVING ION TRANSPORTERS 698 DISORDERS INVOLVING TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS 699 DISORDERS INVOLVING DEFECTIVE BONE RESORPTION 700 DISORDERS FOR WHICH DEFECTS ARE POORLY UNDERSTOOD OR UNKNOWN 701 OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECTA 702 MARFAN SYNDROME Section 4 METABOLIC BONE DISEASE 703 BONE STRUCTURE, GROWTH, AND HORMONAL REGULATION 704 PRIMARY CHONDRODYSTROPHY (METAPHYSEAL DYSPLASIA) 705 HYPOPHOSPHATASIA 706 HYPERPHOSPHATASIA 707 OSTEOPOROSIS PART XXXIII Rehabilitation Medicine 708 PRINCIPLES OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE 709 EVALUATION OF THE CHILD FOR REHABILITATIVE SERVICES 710 SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY 711 SPINAL CORD INJURY AND AUTONOMIC CRISIS MANAGEMENT 712 SPASTICITY 713 BIRTH BRACHIAL PLEXUS PALSY 714 TRAUMATIC AND SPORTS-RELATED INJURIES OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY 715 MENINGOMYELOCELE (SPINA BIFIDA) 716 AMBULATION ASSISTANCE 717 HEALTH AND WELLNESS FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES PART XXXIV Environmental Health Hazards 718 BIOLOGIC EFFECTS OF RADIATION ON CHILDREN 719 CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS 720 HEAVY METAL INTOXICATION 721 LEAD POISONING 722 NONBACTERIAL FOOD POISONING 723 BIOLOGIC AND CHEMICAL TERRORISM 724 ANIMAL AND HUMAN BITES 725 ENVENOMATIONS PART XXXV Laboratory Medicine 726 LABORATORY TESTING IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN 727 REFERENCE INTERVALS FOR LABORATORY TESTS AND PROCEDURES

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Auteur(s)Robert M. Kliegman, Bonita M. D. Stanton, Joseph St. Geme, Nina Felice Schor, Richard E. Behrman
Druk20
TaalEngels
UitgeverElsevier Health Sciences
ISBN9781455775668
Verschenenjuni 2015
Omvang3408 p.
MediumHardback
VakgebiedKindergeneeskunde