The Handbook of International Adoption Medicine: A Guide for Physicians, Parents, and Providers

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xiii
  • 1: International Adoption Medicine 1
  • I - Before the Adoption 23
  • 2: The Effects of Institutionalization on Children 25
  • 3: Special Regional Considerations 45
  • 4: Pre-Adoption Counseling and Evaluation of the Referral 67
  • II - Prenatal Exposures 87
  • 5: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome 89
  • 6: Prenatal Drug Exposure 110
  • 7: Prenatal Exposure to Maternal Smoking 119
  • 8: Effects of Stress in Early Life 124
  • III - Travel and Transition 133
  • 9: Travel and Transition to the Adoptive Family 135
  • IV - Growth and Development 153
  • 10: Malnutrition 155
  • 11: Micronutrient Deficiencies 171
  • 12: Microcephaly and Early Brain Injury 186
  • 13: Developmental Delay 198
  • V - Infectious Diseases 213
  • 14: Tuberculosis 215
  • 15: Hepatitis B 230
  • 16: Hepatitis C 243
  • 17: Intestinal Parasites and Other Enteric Infections 251
  • 18: Human Immunodeficiency Virus 265
  • 19: Syphilis 276
  • 20: Helicobacter Pylori 286
  • 21: Immunizations and Vaccine-Preventable Diseases 292
  • 22: Unusual and Other Infectious Diseases 300
  • VI - Other Medical Conditions 307
  • 23: Inherited Disorders of Erythrocytes 309
  • 24: Lead and Other Environmental Toxins 317
  • 25: Rickets 325
  • 26: Uncertain Age 331
  • 27: Precocious Puberty 338
  • 28: Lactose Intolerance 345
  • VII - Neurocognitive and Behavioral Issues 351
  • 29: Attachment 353
  • 30: Behavioral and Mental Disorders 369
  • 31: Language Competence 382
  • 32: School Issues 394
  • 33: Dysfunction of Sensory Integration 405
  • 34: Culture and Identity 416
  • 35: After the Adoption 428
  • 36: Resources 437
  • Index 441
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