Chapter include: comprehensive rehabilitation: evaluation a treatment; psychosocial adjustment to chronic disease a disability; significant body systems; disability consequences of bed rest; spinal cord injury; neuromuscular diseases; peripheral neuropathies; multiple sclerosis; stroke a cerebral trauma: cerebral palsy; epilepsy; amputation; rheumatic diseases; organic musculoskeletal back disorders; chronic pain; alcoholism; drug abuse; mental illness; mental retardation; sexual adjustment to chronic disease a disability; cardiovascular diseases; pulmonary dysfunction; diabetes mellitus; end-stage renal disease; hemophilia; sickle cell disease; cancers; blindness a visual impairments; hearing impairments a deafness; burn; plastic a reconstructive surgery.Finally, the surgeon must be able to perceive the result desired and be technically capable of performing the ... nose; rhytidectomy (or aquot;face-liftaquot;) to reduce the wrinkles and sagging skin associated with premature aging; blepharoplasty to remove ... This textbook is a comprehensive guide to clinical practice of plastic surgery, designed for the medical student and house officer. ... Kazanjian VH, Converse JM: Surgical Treatment of Facial Injuries Ed 3, Baltimore , Williams aamp; Wilkins, 1974.
|Title||:||Handbook of Severe Disability|
|Author||:||Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2000-07|