The Normal Child

  • ID: 3684826
  • Book
  • 224 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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The Normal Child provides a modern description of the normal variation of physical and behavioural features in the infant and young child. By reference to the abnormal, it will explain how to recognise and distinguish between normal variation and abnormal development that should be investigated further.
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List of abbreviations

1. Genetics

2. Embryology

3. Preterm and multiple birth

4. Growth

5. Feeding

6. Sleep

7. Cognitive, emotional and behavioural development
8. Speech and communication

9. Play

10. Motor skills, gait and co-ordination

11. Special senses: vision, hearing and skills integration

12. Social environment

13. Boundaries of normal in health

14. Postscript: two case studies

Appendix 1: Tables of normal neurodevelopmental data
Appendix 2: Immunisation
Index
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Bellman, Martin H. Consultant Paediatrician, Royal Free Hospital, London and Islington Primary Care Trust, London, UK.

Peile, Ed Associate Dean (Teaching), Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK.
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