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AuthorEwerbeck, Hans. author
TitleDifferential Diagnosis in Pediatrics [electronic resource] : A Compendium of Symptoms and Findings / by Hans Ewerbeck
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1980
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-6074-5
Descript 471p. online resource

SUMMARY

The continuing development of sub specialties in pediatrics may be justifiably considered to be progress. Due to this fact, complex synยญ dromes can be analyzed today in their pathogenesis, are better underยญ stood in their symptomatology, and can be therapeutically controlled. Therapy has reached an unexpectedly high level of effectiveness through this specialization, never dreamed of even a few years ago. No pediatrician can afford to do without it. However, this gain in knowledge inevitably places new burdens on the individual physician because of the confusing diversity of the diseases under consideration. The colleague in private practice who is called upon to treat an acutely ill child is all too likely to have the patient admitted to the hospital without necessity or without the deยญ sired diagnostic insight. The hospital-based physician, confronted with the same situation, tends to rely more on a haphazard utilization of the laboratory facilities or the specialists. Should an illness not present itself strictly according to the textbook, the wide range of biochemical investigations and "tolerance tests" to which the patient is subjected offers the physician, made insecure by the diversity of the diagnostic possibilities, an opportunity for thinking and reading on the problem. Medical literature, however, has reached such enormous proportions that many physicians give up trying to keep abreast of it. Be it for lack of time or some other reason, they may consult pediatric literature only superficially or not at all-to the harm of the sick child


CONTENT

1. Fever of Unknown Origin -- 2. Vomiting (after Infancy) -- 3. Diarrhea (after Infancy) -- 4. Unexplained Pain -- 5. Somnolence, Loss of Consciousness -- 6. Dyspnea -- 7. Cough -- 8. Cardiac Manifestations -- 9. Cyanosis -- 10. Heart Murmurs -- 11. Heart Failure -- 12. Circulatory Manifestations -- 13. Hematologic Manifestations -- 14. Lymph Node Enlargement -- 15. Splenomegaly -- 16. Hepatomegaly -- 17. Jaundice (Icterus) -- 18. Intra-abdominal Tumors -- 19. The Large Abdomen -- 20. Urinary Findings -- 21. Edema -- 22. Hypertension -- 23. Uremia, Oliguria, Anuria -- 24. Manifestations Involving the Meninges (Meningism) -- 25. Seizures -- 26. Papilledema, Increased Intracranial Pressure -- 27. Paralysis -- 28. Motor Disturbances -- 29. Metabolic Diseases with or without Psychomotor Impairment -- 30. Hyperglycemia -- 31. Hypoglycemia -- 32. Obesity -- 33. Low Body Weight -- 34. Excessive Height, Partial Gigantism -- 35. Short Stature -- 36. Abnormal External Genitalia -- 37. Delayed Puberty -- 38. Precocious Puberty -- 39. Hermaphroditism (Intersexuality) -- 40. Thyroid Enlargement -- 41. Manifestations of Disease in Newborns and Infants -- 42. Exanthems (Rashes) -- 43. Abnormal Pigmentation -- 44. Hypertrichosis, Hypotrichosis, Loss of Hair -- 45. Minor Ailments and Abnormalities -- 46. Significant Radiologic Findings in Pulmonary Diagnosis -- References


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