Encyclopedia of Family Health - Vol. 8

By David B. Jacoby; 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 8

KIDNEY DIALYSIS — MASTICATION

MARSHALL CAVENDISH
New York • London • Singapore

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Encyclopedia of Family Health - Vol. 8
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Kidney Dialysis 1014
  • Kidneys and Kidney Diseases 1017
  • Kidney Transplants 1022
  • Knee 1025
  • Laboratory Tests 1028
  • Lacerations 1030
  • Lactation 1032
  • Laparoscopy 1033
  • Laparotomy 1035
  • Larynx and Laryngitis 1036
  • Lasers 1040
  • Lasik Surgery 1043
  • Laxatives 1045
  • Lazy Eye 1047
  • Lead Poisoning 1048
  • Learning Disabilities 1051
  • Legionnaires' Disease 1053
  • Lethargy 1055
  • Leukemia 1059
  • Libido 1062
  • Lice 1064
  • Life Expectancy 1067
  • Ligaments 1069
  • Lightning Strikes 1073
  • Limping 1075
  • Liposuction 1079
  • Lisping 1081
  • Listeriosis 1083
  • Liver and Liver Diseases 1084
  • Liver Fluke 1088
  • Liver Spots 1090
  • Local Anesthetics 1092
  • Lower-Back Pain 1094
  • Lsd 1096
  • Lumbar Puncture 1097
  • Lumpectomy 1098
  • Lung and Lung Diseases 1100
  • Lupus 1105
  • Lyme Disease 1108
  • Lymphatic System 1109
  • Lymphocytes 1113
  • Lymphoma 1114
  • Macrobiotics 1116
  • Macular Degeneration 1119
  • Malaria 1120
  • Malignancy 1124
  • Malnutrition 1127
  • Mammography 1129
  • Managed Care 1133
  • Manipulation 1135
  • Marijuana 1137
  • Marrow and Transplants 1139
  • Massage 1141
  • Mastectomy 1145
  • Mastication 1149
  • Index 1150
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