Encyclopedia of Family Health - Vol. 14

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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 14
SCARLET FEVER – SORE THROAT

MARSHALL CAVENDISH
New York • London • Singapore

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Table of contents

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  • Scarlet Fever 1878
  • Scars 1880
  • Schizophrenia 1882
  • Sciatica 1885
  • Scleroderma 1888
  • Scoliosis 1890
  • Screening 1892
  • Scurvy 1896
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder 1898
  • Sebaceous Glands 1900
  • Sedatives 1902
  • Semen 1906
  • Senility 1908
  • Sensitization 1912
  • Sepsis 1914
  • Sex 1916
  • Sexual Abuse 1926
  • Sexual Dysfunction 1928
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases 1930
  • Shiatsu 1936
  • Shingles 1938
  • Shivering 1940
  • Shock 1943
  • Shoulder 1948
  • Siamese Twins 1950
  • Sick Building Syndrome 1952
  • Sickle-Cell Anemia 1954
  • Side Effects 1956
  • Sigmoidoscopy 1960
  • Silicosis 1961
  • Sinusitis 1962
  • Skeleton 1964
  • Skin and Skin Diseases 1969
  • Sleep and Sleep Problems 1976
  • Sleepwalking 1981
  • Slipped Disk 1982
  • Smallpox 1986
  • Smart Drug 1989
  • Smell 1990
  • Smoking 1995
  • Snakebite 2000
  • Sneezing 2002
  • Snoring 2004
  • Solvent Abuse 2006
  • Sores 2008
  • Sore Throat 2010
  • Index 2014
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