Encyclopedia of Family Health - Vol. 12

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 12

PIGEON CHEST — PSYCHOSOMATIC PROBLEMS

Marshall Cavendish
New York • London • Singapore

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Pigeon Chest 1590
  • Pigeon Toes 1593
  • Pins and Needles 1595
  • Pituitary Gland 1598
  • Placebo Effect 1602
  • Placenta 1604
  • Plague 1606
  • Plaque 1608
  • Plasma 1611
  • Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1612
  • Pleurisy 1618
  • Pneumoconiosis 1621
  • Pneumonia 1622
  • Podiatry 1626
  • Poisoning 1629
  • Poliomyelitis 1633
  • Pollution 1636
  • Polyps 1642
  • Postoperative Care 1644
  • Postpartum Depression and Psychosis 1648
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 1652
  • Posture 1656
  • Preeclampsia 1659
  • Pregnancy 1661
  • Premature Babies 1666
  • Premedication 1670
  • Premenstrual Syndrome 1671
  • Prenatal Care 1675
  • Preventive Medicine 1680
  • Prickly Heat 1685
  • Prolapse 1686
  • Prostaglandins 1689
  • Prostate Gland 1690
  • Prostheses 1696
  • Protein 1701
  • Protozoal Infections 1703
  • Psittacosis 1705
  • Psoriasis 1706
  • Psychiatry 1709
  • Psychology 1716
  • Psychoses 1719
  • Psychosomatic Problems 1723
  • Index 1726
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