Lawyers' medical cyclopedia of personal injuries and allied specialties, Volume 6

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CHAPTER 39
1
Anatomy and Physiology
7
Examination
14
Injuries and Diseases
22
19a Glaucoma
43
The eye lateral view in cross section page
44
19e Diabetic retinopathy
49
Section Page
57
CHAPTER 44
495
The male pelvic organs page
509
8b Seminal vesicles
515
10a The physical examination
530
Section Page
534
Categories of Genitourinary Disorders
541
Organic Review of Genitourinary Disorders
582
Complications of Urological Procedures
662

29a Hysterical blindness
66
CHAPTER 40
97
Injuries and Diseases of the
106
6L Perilymphatic fistula
112
Section Page
114
6q Percentage rating of impairment
120
9a Cancer of the head and neck
128
Related Topics
135
Anatomy of the ear page
140
Anatomy of the facial sinuses page
142
Annotations
149
CHAPTER
163
Disease and Injury
173
Dental caries
184
Region of the mouth page
192
40A 6a Fluoridation of community water supplies
194
Section Page 40A 7 Effect of trauma on teeth and oral structures
197
Replacement of dislodged teeth
204
Dental Specialties 40A 8b Introduction
206
Oral surgery
207
Pedodontics
213
Orthodontics
215
Endodontics
217
Prosthodontics
225
Periodontics
227
Oral pathology
231
40A 16a Prosthetic dental implants
232
40A 16b Temporomandibular disorders
233
40A 16c Forensic dentistry
234
Dental Malpractice 40A 17 Introduction
236
Failure to diagnose or refer patient to dental specialist or medical doctor
237
40A 19a Failure to obtain an adequate medical history
238
Preoperative and postoperative negligence
240
40A 22a Antibiotics
241
Endodontics
242
40A 26a Dental radiology
243
Annotations 40A 96 Medical references
245
Legal references
247
American Law Reports
248
CHAPTER 41
257
Definition of orthopedics
258
Development of the specialty
259
Congenital Anomalies of Bones and Joints
280
Orthopedic Infections
291
Section Page
316
Annotations
343
CHAPTER 42
359
The Use of Metal for Skeletal Support
372
Some Principles on Care and Use of Implants
378
Hip Prostheses
386
19b Contraindications
392
19d Innovations
398
Malpractice and Product Liability Actions
408
Section Page
409
Annotations
419
CHAPTER 43
427
Standards and Categorization for Emergency Service
433
2b Joint Commission Standards
441
4a Equipment and supplies
447
Section Page
456
24a Malpractice claimsRisk factors in emergency depart
464
Annotations
481
Urological Instruments
678
Bibliography
684
CHAPTER
705
Nonnarcotic analgesics
711
Migraine
718
Section Page 44A 17 Intermittent exerciseinduced pain
721
Pain related to movement
722
Pain either with exercise or at rest
723
Constant chest pain
724
Psychogenic pain
725
Pain from spinal cord compression
726
Neck pain radiating to the arm
728
Stiff neck
729
Introduction
731
Location and character
734
Age and sex of patient
735
Food intolerance
736
Diagnostic methods
737
Sources of pain
738
44A 37a Leg pain
740
Psychogenic pain and traditional tort concepts
741
The plaintiff with head pain
746
Tests to determine ability to perceive pain
747
Congenital indifference to pain
748
The physician as a witness to pain
749
Pain clinics
751
Disability claims under social security
752
Annotations 44A 96 Medical references
753
Legal references
756
American Law Reports
757
Section Page
764
2b Diagnosis of skin disorders
771
Contact dermatitis due to ragweed page
786
5a Skin cancer
792
Compensation for Occupational Dermatitis
802
Related Topics
821
CHAPTER
833
Section Page
834
CHAPTER
849
Asthma
855
Food allergy
861
Drugs associated with anaphylactic and anaphylactoid
867
Workrelated allergic disorders
881
Legal references
888
THE IMMUNE SYSTEM AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE THERAPY I Introduction
895
Section Page 45B 1 Function of the immune system
896
Anatomy
897
Physiology
898
Effects upon health
899
Classifications of Immunosuppression 45B 6 Introduction
901
Specific immunosuppression
902
Interference with antibody formation
903
Specific antibody administration
904
Tolerance
905
Biologicals
906
Surgical immunosuppression
907
Diseases of immunologic pathogenesis
908
Complications of Immunosuppression 45B 24 Introduction
909
Longterm complications
910
Section Page
913
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