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PRECIPITATING FACTORS OF THE MIGRAINE ATTACK
THE EXPRESSION OF CHILDHOOD MIGRAINE
THE PERIODIC SYNDROME CYCLIC VOMITING
COMPLEXAND COMPLICATED MIGRAINE SYNDROMES
MIGRAINE WITH SEIZURES STROKE AND SYNCOPE
TREATMENT OF JUVENILE MIGRAINE
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Page 288 - ... whether an infant's responses to a series of tests are normal or abnormal. In the decade since its first publication, it has played its part in sensitising those who come into contact with the young child to the importance of thinking about the behaviour of infants and the way they relate to adults. Experience with the Scale has led to refinements to it. In this second edition, these refinements and revisions are thoroughly explained and explored. ISBN 0632 0l263 3.
Page 288 - A cleai and comprehensive guide on how to examine and assess a young child presenting with a possible neurological problem. The book includes a section on developmental assessment from birth through the preschool years; it also reviews all the specialised investigation techniques with which the clinician needs to be familiar. ISBN 0433 01130 0. 260 pages.