Manual of Pediatric Physical Diagnosis
"This is a manual of the special methods used in pediatric physical diagnosis. It is assumed that the person using it has the basic knowledge of physical examination of adults"--Introduction.
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abdomen abnormal abscess acute anomalies aortic appear atelectasis Auscultation birth brain canal cause central nervous system characteristic chest chronic clavicle congenital syphilis cord cornea crying cyanosis cysts defects early sign edema enlarged Enophthalmos especially fever finger flexed fluid fontanel foreign body frequently hand head heard heart disease hernia hypothyroidism increased intracranial infant infection injury intracranial pressure knees laryngeal legs lesions liver mass meningitis midline months of age Moro reflex mouth mucosa murmur muscle nasal neck nerve newborn nodes normal nose noted in children nystagmus obstruction occasionally occur in children older child otitis otitis media otoscope pain palpated paralysis patent ductus arteriosus patient percussed peristalsis peritonitis physical examination poliomyelitis position posterior premature present pulmonary pulse pupil rarely rectal reflex respiration respiratory scrotum seen in children sinuses skin spine stenosis sternum syndrome systolic tenderness thyroid tion tongue tumors usually due usually indicates vascular veins venous