|Statement||editors-in-chief, Janette B. Benson and Marshall M. Haith|
|LC Classifications||RJ59 .D57 2009eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xiv, 410 p.)|
|Number of Pages||410|
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The Disorder of Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence, Not Otherwise Specified (or NOS) diagnosis is a residual category which is used for children when it is clear that some childhood disorder ought to be diagnosed, but clinicians do not yet have enough information about the child's difficulties to make a more specific diagnosis. Written by a panel of world authorities, this comprehensive text is the only book of its kind, covering the full range of neuromuscular diseases seen in children. It explains how childhood neuromuscular diseases differ from those in adult patients, and it provides clinicians with all the knowledge they need to successfully diagnose and treat their pediatric paediatric. Childhood disease and disorder, any illness, impairment, or abnormal condition that affects primarily infants and children—i.e., those in the age span that begins with the fetus and extends through adolescence.. Childhood is a period typified by change, both in the child and in the immediate s in the child related to growth and development are so . Esophageal anomalies and disorders in infancy and childhood include a wide spectrum of different diseases. These range from emergencies immediately after birth such as esophageal atresia (EA), necessitating an experienced team of neonatologists and pediatric surgeons, up to gastro-esophageal reflux disease in elder children, necessitating the pediatric Author: Holger Till.