It's not Just Growing Pains: A Guide to Childhood Muscle, Bone, and Joint Pain, Rheumatic Diseases, and the Latest Treatments

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Index
NOTE: Readers looking for medications and treatments for conditions are advised to look under the name of the condition. Page references in bold refer to primary treatment of topics. Page references in italics refer to text boxes and illustrations.
abdominal pain, 134, 177, 196, 225, 234
accessory tarsal navicular bone, 49
acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), 266, 277
aches, body, 56–62, 150, 151, 155, 244
Achilles tendon, 47, 47, 119
activity, physical. See athletics and physical activity
acute anterior uveitis, 122
acute rheumatic fever, 138
adalimumab (Humira), 286, 293, 305
addiction to drugs, 98
Addison’s disease, 296
adolescents: back pain, 37; Blount’s disease, 26; foot pain, 76; herniated discs, 41–42; knee pain, 71–72; kyphosis, 40; in medical examinations, 9, 15; osteoid osteomas, 25, 33; shoulder pain, 53; trochanteric bursitis, 34; wrist injuries, 54
adrenal suppression, 296
advice, following, 377–78, 378–79
Advil (ibuprofen), 278
African Americans, 33
agammaglobulinemia, 342
aggressive therapy, 310, 376–77
albumin, 338
alcohol use, 15, 258, 260, 290
aldolase muscle enzyme, 211, 214, 223, 341
alkaline phosphotase enzyme, 340
all-over pain, 56–62, 244
allergies, 13, 321
Alleve (naproxen), 278
alternative medical systems, 321–22
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, 390
American Academy of Pediatrics, 375, 390
American Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 392
American Behcet’s Disease Association, 392
American College of Rheumatology, 151, 152, 154, 177, 390
American Fibromyalgia Association, 392
American Juvenile Arthritis Organization (AJAO), 390
Americans with Disabilities Act, 383
amylase level, 57, 171, 195
amyloidosis, 104, 338, 356
ANA (antinuclear antibody), 343–46; celiac disease, 135; failure to thrive, 61; juvenile arthritis, 89, 94, 101, 102; Lyme disease, 144; mixed connective tissue disease, 189, 190; psoriatic arthritis, 129, 130; Raynaud’s phenomenon, 200; scleroderma, 204, 205, 208, 210, 211, 214; Sjogren’s syndrome, 194; spondyloarthropathies, 118; systemic lupus erythematosus, 151, 152, 153, 154, 174, 175, 176
Anakinra (kineret), 305–6
anemia: as early indicator of disease, 60, 61; hemolytic anemia, 167, 172, 356; juvenile arthritis, 110; laboratory tests for evaluating, 330–32, 333; mixed connective tissue disease, 192; scleroderma,

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