166 results match your criteria Adolescent medicine: state of the art reviews[Journal]


Promoting Resilience in Youth Who Are Violence-Involved.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2016 Fall;27(2):303-322

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Preface. Clinical GI Challenges in the Adolescent.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2016 ;27(1):xiii

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July 2016
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Evaluation and Treatment of the Adolescent Sexual Assault Patient.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Dec;26(3):647-57

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December 2015
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Acute Emergencies in Adolescents.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Dec;26(3):xiii-xiv

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December 2015

Disorders of Sex Development: Why Adolescent Medicine Specialists Should Care.

Authors:
David E Sandberg

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Aug;26(2):428-47

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Extreme Sports and the Adolescent Athlete.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):208-20

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April 2015
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The Traveling Athlete.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):189-207

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April 2015
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Mental Health and Pressures in Teen Sports.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):163-73

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April 2015
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The Adolescent Dancer: Common Medical Concerns and Relevant Anticipatory Guidance.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):143-62

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April 2015
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Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Injuries in Young Athletes.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):100-15

Caring for young athletes challenges the physician to use primary preventive measures to prevent injury and to respond with secondary measures when injuries do occur. An enhanced knowledge of the rehabilitation process will assist the physician in making the appropriate referrals and in evaluating the patient's condition before clearing that athlete. Use of criteria-based testing may aid the primary care physician in determining an athlete's readiness for sport. Read More

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April 2015
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Overuse and Overtraining Injuries in Teenage Athletes.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):79-99

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April 2015
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Musculoskeletal Injuries Not to Miss in Teens.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):53-78

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April 2015
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Preparticipation Physical Evaluation.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):18-38

Preparticipation physical evaluations are often a challenge for physicians. A recent study examined the PPE in clinical practice among pediatricians and family physicians in the state of Washington. Unfortunately, many physicians in this study perceived significant barriers to effective performance of the PPE. Read More

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Being a Team Doctor.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):1-17

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April 2015
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Preface. Sports Medicine and Sports Injuries.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2015 Apr;26(1):xv-xvi

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April 2015
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Evolving array of substances used by adolescents.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):184-214

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April 2014
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Substance abuse among culturally diverse youth.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):172-83

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April 2014
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Treatment of adolescent substance use disorders.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):157-71

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April 2014
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Screening and brief intervention for alcohol and other abuse.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):126-56

Substance use is the most common health risk behavior among adolescents and is one of the greatest threats to their current and future health. Universal screening of adolescents in general medical settings can be instrumental in identifying substance use early, before further problems develop and when BIs are more likely to be effective. Screening in and of itself may have some therapeutic effect. Read More

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April 2014
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Performance-enhancing substances.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):113-25

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April 2014
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Responding to the prescription opioid epidemic: practical information for pediatricians.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):104-12

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April 2014
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Nonmedical use of prescription stimulants by adolescents.

Authors:
Alain Joffe

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):89-103

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Marijuana.

Authors:
Seth Ammerman

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):70-88

Marijuana use in pediatric populations remains an ongoing concern, and marijuana use by adolescents had known medical, psychological, and cognitive side effects. Marijuana alters brain development and has detrimental effects on brain structure and function in ways that are incompletely understood at this point in time. Furthermore, marijuana smoke contains tar and other harmful chemicals, so marijuana cannot be recommended by physicians. Read More

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April 2014
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Young people and alcohol use: contextualizing and responding to the challenge of problematic drinking.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):50-69

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April 2014
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Adolescent substance use: the role of the medical home.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2014 Apr;25(1):1-14

Given the continued high rates of substance use by adolescents and young adults, it should be among the topics addressed at every health care visit in the medical home. Primary care physicians should counsel and refer parents for substance use assessment, counseling, and cessation management when pediatric or adolescent patients are environmentally exposed to substances and substance use. The role of the medical home includes providing parents, children, and adolescents with anticipatory guidance, drug use screening, health advice, brief intervention, and referral for further assessment and treatment when an SUD is suspected. Read More

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April 2014
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Primary care for adult survivors of childhood cancer: medical needs and required strategies.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Dec;24(3):643-58

Provision of targeted care to the adult survivors of childhood cancer is a current need, likely to only increase in the future. The definition of the long-term effects of cancer, the magnitude of the treatment delivered, and the care required as a consequence fall within the domain of pediatric oncologists. The actual delivery of care including targeted follow-up and interventions, require the combined dedication and talents of pediatric oncologists working with adolescent medicine, internal medicine, medical-pediatrics, and family practice physicians to contribute by making this domain of care a priority and a collaborative goal, developing both an educational approach to and a structured care delivery model for the special needs of adult survivors of childhood cancer. Read More

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December 2013
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Considering biomedical/CAM treatments.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Aug;24(2):446-64, x

Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco, USA.

Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is widely used to treat children with psychiatric disorders. In this review, MedLine was searched for various biomedical/CAM treatments in combination with the key words "childre", "adolescents", "psychiatric disorders", and "complementary alternative medicine". The biomedical/CAM treatments most thoroughly researched were omega-3 fatty acids, melatonin, and memantine. Read More

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August 2013
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Impulsivity, irritability, and depression: antidepressants.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Aug;24(2):406-19, viii

Children's Psychiatric Center Inpatient Services, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Albuquerque, NM, USA.

Definitional and conceptual issues related to the symptoms of impulsivity, irritability, and depression are described. A brief overview of the relevant neurobiology of each symptom is then provided. General psychopharmacologic strategies to address these symptoms are explored. Read More

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Pediatric psychopharmacology in primary care: a conceptual framework.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Aug;24(2):371-90, vii

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA.

In a 2009 policy statement focused on children's mental health, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended that pediatric primary care physicians achieve competence in initiating care for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, and substance use/abuse. Because treatment for 3 of these conditions--ADHD, anxiety, and depression--may, under certain conditions, include medication, the primary purpose of this article is to offer guidance to assist primary care physicians in decision-making about their use of psychotropic medications for these conditions. A few medications with proven efficacy and safety are emphasized. Read More

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August 2013
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Long-term outcomes of prematurity in adolescence.

Authors:
Esther Rai

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):330-40, xvi

The University of Western Ontario, London Health Sciences Centre, Children's Hospital, 800 Commissioners Road East, London, Ontario N N6A 5W9, Canada.

Neonatal intensive care has come a long way, and the advances in the field have led to increased survival rates of preterm infants over the past few decades. These survivors of extreme prematurity are now reaching adolescence and young adulthood; an increasing number of studies have been published on the outcomes of these premature infants. This article outlines and explores the current literature available on long-term outcomes of extremely and very low birth weight infants. Read More

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April 2013
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Update in pulmonary medicine.

Authors:
John H Marks

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):307-29, xvi

Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, Western Michigan University School of Medicine, 1000 Oakland Drive, D48G, Kalamazoo, MI 49008-1284, USA.

Pulmonary disorders are common and important causes of morbidity and even mortality in adolescents. Conditions that are considered in this article include asthma, cystic fibrosis, and vocal cord dysfunction. Chronic and recurrent exacerbations may occur in youth with such disorders; therefore, they must adhere to potentially many pharmacologic agents and therapeutic procedures on a regular basis for maximum medical and psychosocial outcomes. Read More

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April 2013
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The adolescent with sickle cell disease.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):295-306, xv

Transitional Sickle Cell Clinic, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS, USA.

Most children and adolescents with sickle cell disease are managed by primary care physicians. Sickle cell disease is often considered to be a disorder that is only associated with treatment of acute pain, although it has become evident over the years that the condition is associated with numerous organ complications, many of which begin during adolescence. The purpose of this article is to highlight the various organ complications that may occur in sickle cell disease, with a particular emphasis on adolescence, and how best to detect and screen for such complications. Read More

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Adolescent urology update.

Authors:
Julian Wan

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):273-94

Division of Pediatric Urology, Department of Urology, 3875 Taubman Center, 1500 East Medical Center Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48105-0330, USA.

The transition from childhood to adulthood can be tricky. For patients who present later in life with conditions usually addressed earlier in childhood, such as enuresis, there can be pressing social and psychological concerns. For other conditions that previously had not seen many children progress into adulthood, we now must try to fine-tune our care to consider the degree of independence of patients, and to find an appropriate adult physician to continue their care. Read More

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April 2013
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Update in adolescent gastroenterology.

Authors:
Orhan Atay

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):264-72, xiv-xv

Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, 601 Children's Lane, Norfolk, VA 23507, USA.

Pediatric gastroenterology, just as all fields within pediatrics, focuses on the unique needs of children ranging from infancy to adolescence. Although there is some overlap between adult gastroenterology and pediatric gastroenterology, these are 2 distinct fields of medicine that address the specific health care needs of the demographics they serve. The purpose of this article is to address several medical issues that have a particular importance to the pediatric population. Read More

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April 2013
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Advances in foregut and bariatric surgery in adolescents.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):242-63

Department of Surgery, Western Michigan University School of Medicine, Kalamazoo, MI 49008, USA.

Evolution and advances in minimal invasive surgery are exponentially increasing and becoming the markers of the 21st Century. This evolution from conventional multiport, hand-assisted laparoscopic to single incision surgery; robotic surgery; and recently the combined novel approach, NOTES, is adding more benefits to the already established good outcomes with laparoscopic surgery in most general abdominal surgeries. Although robot-assisted surgery has some clear advantages over conventional laparoscopic techniques, especially in small spaces such as the pelvis where a higher degree of freedom and smaller instruments are needed, the cost and the lack of convincing data are major limiting factors in applying this approach widely in general surgery. Read More

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April 2013
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Update on cardiovascular screening: can we prevent sudden cardiac death in adolescent athletes?

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):225-41, xiv

Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, Western Michigan University School of Medicine, Kalamazoo, MI, USA.

Cardiovascular screening of athletes to prevent sudden death has been a subject of ongoing debate. In the United States, such screening is currently based on history and physical examination. The International Olympic Committee and the European Sports Council require an electrocardiogram (ECG) as part of screening athletes. Read More

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April 2013
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Update on sport-related concussion.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):206-24, xiii-xiv

Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, Western Michigan University School Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.

Sport-related concussion is a common problem encountered by pediatricians and other primary care physicians in their practice. Assessment of concussion is essentially based on clinical evaluation. The Zurich consensus statement provides a basic framework to guide concussion management decisions and recommends an individualized approach to exercising clinical judgment in return-to-play decisions. Read More

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April 2013
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Update in adolescent orthopaedics: discussion of common hip conditions.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):185-205, xiii

Department of Pediatric Orthopaedics, Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, USA.

The study of the adolescent hip has seen major advances over the past decade, with important findings in the pathophysiology and management of adolescent hip conditions coming through the advent and use of improved surgical techniques to treat residual and complex hip deformities. Pediatricians are familiar with slipped capital femoral epiphysis and Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease, but they may not be as familiar with residual deformities related to those conditions that manifest themselves in the adolescent and young adult population. The recently described concept of femoroacetabular impingement has become one of significant interest, with advanced hip arthroscopy techniques developed to treat the condition through a minimally invasive approach. Read More

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April 2013
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Common topics in adolescent critical care medicine.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):167-84, xiii

Western Michigan School of Medicine, Pediatric Critical Care Physician, Bronson Methodist Hospital, Kalamazoo, MI 49007, USA.

This article reviews some common conditions in adolescents that require critical care. Topics that are covered include severe sepsis and shock, acute respiratory distress syndrome, status asthmaticus, diabetic ketoacidosis, poisoning (acetaminophen, decongestants, prescription medications, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors), and trauma. Comments about bariatric surgery are also included. Read More

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April 2013
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Adolescents as victims and perpetrators of violence.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):155-66

Department of Pediatrics, New York University School of Medicine, 462 First Avenue, Rm GC-65, New York, NY 10016, USA.

The hallmark of adolescent development is risk-taking behavior, mostly benign in nature, with no sequelae in adulthood. For that small number of adolescents for whom risk-taking behaviors are dangerous, for themselves and others, there are common childhood factors that may lead to those behaviors. In studies of adolescent victims, as well as perpetrators, a common theme can be identified, ie, maltreatment. Read More

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Update on adolescent gynecology.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):133-54

Kosair Children's Gynecology Specialist, 210 East Gray Street, Suite 600, Louisville, KY 40202, USA.

Adolescent gynecology is an important part of clinical care of adolescent females. This discussion provides a basic review of current issues in adolescent gynecology, including consideration of current pubertal concepts with attention also given to delayed and precocious puberty. Causes of breast masses are reviewed, including discussion of the ANDI classification. Read More

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April 2013
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Updates in pediatric endocrinology.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):108-32, xii

Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University, Section of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes, Nationwide Children's Hospital, 700 Children's Drive (ED425), Columbus, OH 43205, USA.

There are rapid advances being made in the field of medicine! New research continues to investigate etiopathogenic mechanisms underlying many endocrine disorders, new tests to facilitate diagnosis, and newer treatment options. The discussion in this article focuses on a few of the important concerns in adolescent endocrinology and highlights some recent concepts that are important for the physicians taking care of these adolescents. This article also includes a brief update on diabetes mellitus types 1 and 2, obesity, and polycystic ovarian syndrome; new thoughts and controversies about vitamin D and current management of the common thyroid disorders; adrenal insufficiency; and concerns with disorders of puberty in adolescents. Read More

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April 2013
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Update in adolescent dermatology.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):90-107, xi-xii

Department of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, Western Michigan University School of Medicine, 1000 Oakland Drive, D48G, Kalamazoo, MI 49008-1284, USA.

This dermatology article serves as a quick reference for the physician treating adolescents. We first review the diagnostic approach to a dermatologic problem: configuration, color, pattern, and distribution. The next section discusses diagnosis and management of the most common clinical situations encountered in everyday practice, including skin infections, infestations, dermatitis, hypersensitivity reactions, and papulosquamous disorders. Read More

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April 2013
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What is new in adolescent psychiatry? Literature review and clinical implications.

Authors:
Gabriel Kaplan

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):29-42, x

Behavioral Health Services, Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ, USA.

This article provides the adolescent medicine physician with a review of seminal psychiatric research published in 2011 and 2012 and its clinical relevance for day-to-day practice. The present review focuses on conditions commonly encountered by adolescent medicine physicians such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, bipolar disorder, tic disorders, and major depression. Additionally, there is a section that outlines specific clinical situations for which psychiatric consultation must be obtained, as well as helpful resources and suggestions to mitigate the unavailability of appointments in a mental health office. Read More

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Neurological problems in the adolescent population.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):1-28, x

Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Milwaukee, WI, USA.

Adolescent patients pose a unique challenge to child neurologists. Although there are a number of neurological disorders that present in childhood and persist through adolescence, there are some disorders like juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME) that occur more commonly in this age group. We discuss common neurological disorders encountered by adolescent medicine physicians that have been affected by recent advances in the field of adolescent neurology. Read More

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April 2013
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Adolescence across the ages: a perpetual paradox is now a precocious paragon of Promethean proportions.

Adolesc Med State Art Rev 2013 Apr;24(1):xvii-xxiv

Department of Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, Western Michigan University School of Medicine, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA.

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April 2013
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