Encyclopedia of Family Health - Vol. 4

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 4

CRAMP — ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS

MARSHALL CAVENDISH
New York • London • Singapore

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents iv
  • Cramp 437
  • Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease 438
  • Critical Care Unit 440
  • Crohn's Disease 442
  • Crying 444
  • Cyst 446
  • Cystic Fibrosis 448
  • Cystitis 449
  • Dandruff 451
  • Deafness 453
  • Death 457
  • Dementia 459
  • Dental Care 460
  • Dentures, Crowns, and Bridges 462
  • Depression 464
  • Dermatitis 467
  • Dermatology 469
  • Diabetes 471
  • Diagnosis 474
  • Diagnostic Imaging 477
  • Diaper Rash 481
  • Diaphragm 484
  • Diarrhea 485
  • Diet 487
  • Dieting 492
  • Digestive System 494
  • Dilatation and Curettage 496
  • Diphtheria 497
  • Dislocation 498
  • Diuretics 500
  • Diverticulitis 501
  • Dizziness 502
  • Donors 503
  • Double Vision 505
  • Down Syndrome 506
  • Dreaming 511
  • Dressings and Bandages 513
  • Drowning 521
  • Drowsiness 523
  • Drug Abuse 524
  • Drug Counseling 528
  • Duodenum 530
  • Dwarfism 532
  • Dysentery 533
  • Dyslexia 534
  • Dyspraxia 536
  • Earwax 537
  • Ebola Fever 539
  • Ectopic Pregnancy 541
  • Eczema 542
  • Edema 544
  • Elbow 546
  • Electric Shocks 548
  • Electrocardiogram 550
  • Electroencephalogram 552
  • Electrolysis 553
  • Elephantiasis 554
  • Emergencies 555
  • Emergency Department 557
  • Emetics 562
  • Emphysema 563
  • Encephalitis 565
  • Endocrine System 566
  • Endometriosis 568
  • Endoscopy 570
  • Enema 572
  • Environmental Hazards 573
  • Index 575
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