Encyclopedia of Family Health - Vol. 2

By David B. Jacob; Robert M. Youngson | Go to book overview

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF
FAMILY HEALTH

THIRD EDITION

CONSULTANTS

David B. Jacoby, M.D.

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Robert M. Youngson, M.D.

Royal Society of Medicine

VOLUME 2

ATAXIA — BREECH BIRTH

MARSHALL CAVENDISH
New York · London · Singapore

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 145
  • Contents 147
  • Ataxia 149
  • Athlete's Foot 150
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 151
  • Autism 153
  • Autonomic Nervous System 156
  • Back and Backache 159
  • Bacteria 164
  • Balance 167
  • Baldness 169
  • Barbiturates 170
  • Barium Liquids 171
  • Basal Metabolic Rate 173
  • Bedbugs 174
  • Bedsores 175
  • Behavior Therapy 176
  • Bends 178
  • Bile 179
  • Biofeedback 181
  • Biological and Chemical Warfare 185
  • Biological Clocks 187
  • Biomedical Engineering 189
  • Bionics 191
  • Biopsy 192
  • Biorhythms 194
  • Bipolar Disorder 198
  • Birth 200
  • Birth Defects 206
  • Birthmarks 208
  • Bites and Stings 210
  • Black Eye 213
  • Blackouts 214
  • Bladder and Bladder Problems 216
  • Blindness and Braille 219
  • Blisters 223
  • Blood-Brain Barrier 229
  • Blood Donor 231
  • Blood Groups 233
  • Blood Poisoning 236
  • Blood Pressure 237
  • Blood Transfusion 240
  • Blue Baby 242
  • Blushing 244
  • Body Language 245
  • Body Odor 249
  • Body Piercing 250
  • Body Structure 252
  • Boils 255
  • Bones 257
  • Botulism 261
  • Brain 262
  • Brain Damage and Disease 265
  • Brain Death 269
  • Brain Surgery 271
  • Breast-Feeding 272
  • Breasts 275
  • Breath Holding 278
  • Breathing 279
  • Breech Birth 284
  • Index 286
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