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Pediatrics: Rehabilitation Medicine Quick Reference presents 111 alphabetically arranged topics covering all major concerns in pediatric rehabilitation. Organized in three sections, the first part reviews diagnostic considerations and testing while the final section highlights special considerations such as aging with pediatric-onset disability and polytrauma. The bulk of the book catalogs the diverse diseases, injuries, complications and other problems commonly seen by practitioners who work to restore function to children with disabilities and offers a quick reference guide to providing high-quality clinical care.
Every entry is standardized for quick look-up in the office or clinic, and features description, etiology, risk factors, clinical features, natural history, diagnosis, red flags, treatment, prognosis, helpful hints and suggested readings.
Features of Rehabilitation Medicine Quick Reference series titles include:
• Comprehensive coverage of all important topics in PM&R
• Multi-specialty editorship and authorship
• Chapters are organized into succinct facts, presented in a bullet point format
• Laid out for easy look up by syndrome, complication and treatment
• Focus on clinical management provides readers with hands-on, practical guidance for all types of interventions and therapies
• Consistent approach allows readers to know exactly where to find the information they need rapidly
• "Pitfalls", "Red Flags", "Complications", and "Helpful Hints" help guard against unwanted sequelae
I Diagnostic Considerations: 1.Normal Development, 2.History and Physical in Pediatric Rehabilitation, 3.Rating Scales, 4.Testing in Pediatric Rehabilitation, 5.Pediatric Consideration of Drug Effects, 6.Electrodiagnostic Evaluation in Pediatric Rehabilitation, II Pediatric Diseases and Complications: 7.Amputation: Lower Extremity, 8.Amputation: Upper Extremity, 9.Arthrogryposis, 10.Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, 11.Autism, 12.Blount's Disease, 13.Botulism, 14.Brachial Plexus Palsy, 15.Burns, 16.Cancer: Bone/Limb, 17.Cancer: Brain, 18.Cerebral Palsy: Dyskinetic, 19.Cerebral Palsy: Gross Motor Function Classification System I-III, 20.Cerebral Palsy: Gross Motor Function Classification System IV-V, 21.Clubfoot, 22.Connective Tissue Disease: Benign Joint Disease, 23.Connective Tissue Disease: Dermatomyositis, 24.Connective Tissue Disease: Juvenile Rheumatologic Arthritis, 25.Connective Tissue Disease: Juvenile Rheumatologic Arthritis-Pauciarticular, 26.Connective Tissue Disease: Juvenile Rheumatologic Arthritis-Polyarticular, 27.Connective Tissue Disease: Juvenile Rheumatologic Arthritis-Systemic, 28.Connective Tissue Disease: Kawasaki's Disease, 29.Connective Tissue Disease: Lyme Disease, 30.Connective Tissue Disease: Rheumatic Fever, 31.Connective Tissue Disease: Septic Arthritis, 32.Connective Tissue Disease: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, 33.Conversion Reaction, 34.Cystic Fibrosis, 35.Developmental Delay, 36.Down Syndrome, 37.Dysarthria, 38.Dysphagia, 39.Endocrine Abnormalities, 40.Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, 41.Floppy Baby, 42.Fragile X Syndrome, 43.Friedreich's Ataxia, 44.Growing Pains, 45.Guillain-Barré Syndrome, 46.Hearing Loss, 47.Hemophilia, 48.Hereditary Motor Sensory Neuropathy/Charcot Marie Tooth Disease, 49.Heterotopic Ossification, 50.Hip: Developmental Hip Dysplasia, 51.Hip: Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, 52.Hip: Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis, 53.Hip: Transient Synovitis of the Hip, 54.HIV/AIDS, 55.Intellectual Disability, 56.Klippel-Feil Syndrome, 57.Metachromatic Leukodystrophy, 58.Morquio/Mucopolysaccharidose Type 4, 59.Multiple Sclerosis, 60.Muscular Dystrophy: Becker, 61.Muscular Dystrophy: Congenital, 62.Muscular Dystrophy: Congenital Myotonic, 63.Muscular Dystrophy: Duchenne, 64.Muscular Dystrophy: Emery-Dreifuss, 65.Muscular Dystrophy: Fascioscapulohumeral, 66.Muscular Dystrophy: Limb-Girdle, 67.Myasthenia Gravis, 68.Myelodysplasia/Spina Bifida, 69.Myopathies: Congenital, 70.Neurofibromatosis, 71.Osteogenesis Imperfecta, 72.Osteoid Osteoma, 73.Osteoporosis, 74.Pain: Chronic, 75.Plagiocephaly, 76.Polio, 77.Prader Willi Syndrome, 78.Rett Syndrome, 79.Scoliosis: Congenital, 80.Scoliosis: Idiopathic, 81.Scoliosis: Neuromuscular, 82.Seizures, 83.Sensory Integration Deficits, 84.Sialorrhea, 85.Sickle Cell Disease, 86.Sleep Apnea: Central, 87.Sleep Apnea: Obstructive, 88.Small Stature/Achondroplasia, 89.Spasticity, 90.Spinal Cord Injury: Paraplegia, 91.Spinal Cord Injury: Tetraplegia, 92.Spinal Muscular Atrohy, 93.Stroke, 94.Torticollis, 95.Toxic Ingestion, 96.Toxic Neuropathies, 97.Transverse Myelitis, 98.Traumatic Brain Injury: Anoxic, 99.Traumatic Brain Injury: Encephalopathic, 100.Traumatic Brain Injury: Inflicted (Shaken Baby Syndrome, Nonaccidental Trauma), 101.Traumatic Brain Injury: Mild, 102.Traumatic Brain Injury: Moderate-Severe, 103.Visual Deficits, III Special Issues: 104.Aging with an Early-Onset Disability, 105.Benign Mechanical Back Pain of Childhood, 106.Bladder Management, 107.Bowel Management, 108.Palliative Care in Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, 109.Polytrauma in Pediatric Rehabilitation, 110.Sexuality in Children with Disabilities
About the Authors
Maureen Nelson, MD
Director, Pediatric Rehabilitation Services, Carolinas Rehabilitation, Levine Children's Hospital, Charlotte, NC
Ralph Buschbacher, MD
Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana.