Table of contents for Practical guide to the care of the pediatric patient / [edited by] Anthony J. Alario, Jonathan D. Birnkrant ; student editor, Stewart Mackie.

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1. Approach to the Pediatric Patient: Gathering Data and Communicating Information
Natalia Golova and Anthony J. Alario
	1.1 The Pediatric History
	1.2 Physical Examination
	1.3 Admission Orders
	1.4 Progress Notes
2. Routine Health Maintenance and Preventive Medicine: A Guide to Well-Child Care
Natalia Golova and Anthony J. Alario
	2.1	 Parental (or Child's) Concerns and Issues
	2.2	 Growth: Gains in Stature and Weight
	2.3	 Nutrition and Feeding: Principles, Techniques, and Problems
	2.4 Elimination
	2.5 Sleep
	2.6 Development
	2.7 Immunizations
	2.8 Accidents And Injury Prevention
	2.9 Screening
	2.10 Anticipatory Guidance
3. Differential Diagnoses
Anthony J. Alario and Jonathan D. Birnkrant
4. Dysmorphology, Common Syndromes, and Genetic Counseling
Dianne N. Abuelo
	4.1 Dysmorphology and Approach to the Dysmorphic Infant or Child 
	4.2 Common Congenital Syndromes
5. The Newborn Infant
William J. Cashore
	5.1 Approach to the Newborn Infant
	5.2 Diseases and Disorders of the Newborn
	5.3 Water and Electrolytes
6. Adolescent Medicine
Patricia Flanagan, Suzanne Riggs, and Zeev Harel
	6.1 Introduction
	6.2 Adolescent Health Maintenance
	6.3 Adolescent Gynecology
	6.4 Reproductive Health: Adolescent Contraception and Pregnancy 
	6.5 Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents
7. Endocrinological Disorders
Cynthia H. Meyers-Seifer, Rebecca R. McEachern, and Philip A. Gruppuso
	7.1 Growth Disorders 
	7.2 Thyroid Disorders 
	7.3 Disorders of Sexual Maturation 
	7.4 Disorders of Mineral Metabolism 
	7.5 Disorders of Water Metabolism 
	7.6 Adrenal Disorders 
	7.7 Diabetes Mellitus 
	7.8 Hypoglycemia 
8. Renal Disorders
Natalia Golova, Anthony J. Alario, and M. Khurram Faizan
	8.1 Hypertension
	8.2 Hematuria
	8.3 Proteinuria
	8.4 Nephrotic Syndrome 
	8.5 Glomerulonephritis
	8.6 Acute Renal Failure 
	8.7 Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome 
	8.8 Chronic Renal Disease 
	8.9 Indications for Renal Biopsy
	8.10 Indications for Dialysis
	8.11 Renal Transplantation
9. Fluids and Electrolytes: Normal Requirements and Treatment of Dehydration and 
Electrolyte Disturbances
Anthony J. Alario
	9.1 Physiological Principles and Normal Requirements
	9.2 Dehydration
	9.3 Management of Dehydration and Specific Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances
	9.4 Oral Rehydration Therapy 
10. Acid-Base Disturbances
Fred F. Ferri and Anthony J. Alario 
	10.1 Basic Principles
	10.2 Diagnosis and Approach to the Patient with Acid-Base Disturbances
	10.3 Primary Acid-Base Disturbances
	10.4 Common Causes of Mixed Disturbances
	10.5 Management
11. Orthopedic Conditions
Craig P. Eberson, Christopher DiGiovanni, Manuel F. DaSilva, and Michael G. Ehrlich 
	11.1 Orthopedic Problems Present in Infants and Toddlers
	11.2 Upper Extremity Orthopedic Conditions
	11.3 Lower Extremities Orthopedic Conditions
	11.4 Spinal Deformities
	11.5 Injuries to Extremities: Fractures, Sprains, and Strains
	11.6 Bone Tumors
12. Rheumatic Disorders
Ali Yalcindag, Bradley J. Bloom, and Anthony J. Alario
	12.1 Approach to the Patient with Painful and/or Swollen Joints
	12.2 Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
	12.3 Juvenile Spondyloarthropathy 
	12.4 Dermatomyositis/Polymyositis
	12.5 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
	12.6 Scleroderma
	12.7 Vasculitis
	12.8 Benign Rheumatological Conditions
13. Pediatric Dermatology
Monika Upadhye Curlin, Priya Zeikus, and Jennie J. Muglia 
	13.1 Introduction/Terminology
	13.2 Acne
	13.3 Alopecia
	13.4 Tinea Capitis
	13.5 Atopic Dermatitis
	13.6 Allergic Contact Dermatitis/Rhus Dermatitis
	13.7 Pigmented Birthmarks
	13.8 Diaper Dermatitis
	13.9 Lice (Pediculosis)
	13.10 Scabies
	13.11 Molluscum Contagiosum
	13.12 Warts - Verrucae
	13.13 Erythema Multiforme 
	13.14 Pityriasis Rosea
14. Hematological/Oncological Disorders
Christopher Paul Keuker and Edwin N. Forman
	14.1 Red Blood Cell Disorders
	14.2 White Blood Cell Disorders
	14.3 Platelet Disorders
	14.4 Bone Marrow Failure
	14.5 Sickle Cell Syndromes
	14.6 Approach to the Child with Anemia
	14.7 Coagulation Disorders
	14.8 Hematological Malignancies: Acute Leukemias
	14.9 Neoplastic Tumors in Pediatrics
	14.10 Workup of the Child with a Suspected Malignancy
	14.11 Supportive Care in Pediatric Oncology: Oncologic Emergencies, Infections, and 
Treatment of Nausea
15. Cardiovascular Disorders
Shelley D. Miyamoto and Lloyd R. Feit 
	15.1 Approach to the Cardiovascular Evaluation: History and Physical Examination
	15.2 Diagnostic Tests
	15.3 Murmurs: Innocent or Pathological
	15.4 Heart Failure
	15.5 Arrhythmias
	15.6 Congenital Malformations/Congenital Heart Disease
	15.7 Glossary of Surgical Procedures
	15.8 Common Problems of Concern
16. Pulmonary and Allergic Diseases
Robert B. Klein, Anthony J. Alario, and Michael Schechter 
	16.1 Anaphylaxis
	16.2 Allergic Rhinitis
	16.3 Asthma
	16.4 Cystic Fibrosis
	16.5 Noisy Breathing in Infants and Children
17. Gastrointestinal Disorders
Albert Ross, Sulaiman Bharwani, Chandan N. Lakhiani, and Idris Dahod
	17.1 Gastroesophageal Reflux
	17.2 Acid-Peptic Disorders
	17.3 Inflammatory Bowel Disease 
	17.4 Diarrhea
	17.5 Celiac Disease
	17.	6 Acute Pancreatitis
	17.7 Acute Viral Hepatitis
	17.8 Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage
18. Urological Conditions
Jeffrey Becker and Anthony A. Caldamone 
	18.1 Hernias And Hydroceles
	18.2 Acute Scrotal Swelling
	18.3 Trauma
	18.4 Hypospadias
	18.5 Epispadias
	18.6 Cryptorchidism
	18.7 Urinary Tract Infections
19. Infectious Diseases
Anthony J. Alario, David Pugatch, Emily C. Lutterloh, Stephen K. Obaro, and Kelly L. Matson
	19.1 Bacteremia and Sepsis
	19.2 Occult Bacteremia and Management of the Febrile Infant
	19.3 Infections of the Central Nervous System 
	19.4 Skin and Soft Tissue Infections
	19.5 Infections of the Eye and Surrounding Tissues
	19.6 Otolaryngological Infections
	19.7 Lymphadenitis
	19.8 Lower Respiratory Tract Infections
	19.9 Cardiovascular System Infections
	19.10 Gastrointestinal Infections
	19.11 Joint and Bone Infections
	19.12 Infections Associated with Rashes (Exanthems and Enanthems), Swellings, and Other 
	19.13 Tick-Borne Infections
	19.14 Tuberculosis
	19.15 Sexually Transmitted Diseases 
20. Neurological Disorders
Sonia Partap and Randal C. Richardson 
	20.1 Seizures and Epilepsy: Overview of Diagnosis and Treatment
	20.2 Seizure Types
	20.3 Febrile Seizure
	20.4 Epileptic Syndromes and Antiepileptic Drugs 
	20.5 Headaches
	20.6 Hypotonia and Weakness
	20.7 Childhood Ataxias 
	20.8 Stroke
	20.9 Movement Disorders
	20.10 Management of Status Epilepticus in Children
21. Developmental Disabilities
Maya Liza C. Lopez and Jo-Ann Blaymore Bier
	21.1 Developmental Evaluation
	21.2 Mental Retardation
	21.3 Down Syndrome
	21.4 Cerebral Palsy 
	21.5 Muscular Dystrophy 
	21.6 Spina Bifida
	21.7 Neurocutaneous Disorders 
	21.8 Public Policy
22. Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders of Childhood
Jonathan D. Birnkrant, Judith A. Owens, Randy Rockney, Andrea R. Carlsen, Natalia Golova, 
Horacio Hojman, and Barry M. Lester
	22.1 The Psychiatric Interview of the Infant, Child, and Adolescent
	22.2 Excessive Crying and Colic
	22.3 Sleep Disorders 
	22.4 Disorders Related to Incontinence 
	22.5 Stuttering
	22.6 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 
	22.7 Pervasive Developmental Disorder: Autism, Aspergers
	22.8 Disruptive Behavior: Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder
	22. 9 Anxiety Disorders
	22.10 Tic Disorders
	22.11 Mood Disorders: Depression and Bipolar Disorders
	22.12 Childhood Schizophrenia
	22.13 Munchausen's Syndrome by Proxy
	22.14 Suicide
	22.15 Death and Dying in Children and Adolescents
	22.16 Indications for Hospitalization
	22.17 Pediatric Psychopharmacology
23. Surgical Conditions in Infants and Children
Hannah M. Huddleston, Thomas F. Tracy, Jr., and Steven T. Cobery
	23.1 Appendicitis
	23.2 Pyloric Stenosis
	23.3 Incarcerated Inguinal Hernia
	23.4 Foreign Bodies
	23.5 Intussusception
	23.6 Necrotizing Enterocolysis
	23.7 Meckel¿s Diverticulum
	23.8 Intestinal Obstruction, Atresias, and Stenoses
	23.9 Hirschprung¿s Disease (Congenital Aganglionic Megacolon) 
	23.10 Meconium Ileus 
	23.11 Malrotation and Volvulus
	23.12 Imperforate Anus
	23.13 Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
	23.14 Esophageal Atresia/Tracheoesageal Fistula
	23.15 Abdominal Wall Defects
	23.16 Biliary Atresia
	23.17 Hydrocephalus
24. Toxicological Emergencies
Robert O. Wright, Gregory R. Lockhart, and William J. Lewander 
	24.1 Introduction
	24.2 Acetaminophen
	24.3 Salicylates
	24.4 Hydrocarbons
	24.5 Iron
	24.6 Tricyclic Antidepressants 
	24.7 Lead
	24.8 Caustics
	24.9 Ophthalmological Exposures
	24.10 Carbon Monoxide
	24.11 Cyanide
25. General Approach to Trauma
Aris C. Garro and Thomas H. Chun
26. Child Maltreatment
Shelly D. Martin and Christine Barron
	26.1 Introduction
	26.2 Epidemiology and Risk Factors
	26.3 Diagnosis
	26.4 Management 
	26.5 Mandatory Reporting 
	I Vital Signs
	II Growth Charts
	III Body Surface Area Nomogram
	IV Timing of Tooth Eruption
	V Sexual Maturation and Tanner Staging
	VI Nutritional Reference Material
	VII Developmental Reference Material
	VIII Preventative Pediatric Health Care
	IX Guidelines For Pediatric Resuscitation

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pediatrics -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Pediatrics -- Handbooks.