Handbook of Physical Measurements
Oxford University Press, Nov 16, 2006 - Medical - 520 pages
Updated and revised, this is a comprehensive sourcebook of reference data for health professionals involved in evaluating people with abnormal features or syndromes. It includes many graphs, tables, and charts needed by clinicians to define normal patterns of growth and provides standards of comparison for possible congenital abnormalities. Numerous "how-to" illustrations give the step-by-step guidance needed to ensure that standardized measurements are properly taken for accurate recordkeeping. Designed for ease of use, the pocket-sized book has a durable plastic cover, making it ideal for use in the ward or clinic.
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12 Dermatoglyphics and Trichoglyphics
13 Use of Radiographs for Measurement
14 Developmental Data
15 Prenatal Ultrasound Measurements
16 Postmortem Organ Weights
17 Measurements for Specific Syndromes
18 An Approach to the Child with Dysmorphic Features
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