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The Limb Deficient Child e-book


Yoshio Setoguchi,Ruth Rosenfelder






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Charles C Thomas Publishing; Revised and Expanded edition (March 1, 1982)





The Limb Deficient Child e-book

by Yoshio Setoguchi,Ruth Rosenfelder

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Options in the past have included stump and prosthetic modification, both of which provide limited improvement in function. Anecdotal reports of lengthening short amputation stumps have been published. All patients who underwent an upper extremity stump lengthening at Shriners Hospital Los Angeles with at least 1-year follow-up were included.

Fortunately, most ee children are normal. Setoguchi Y, Rosenfelder R: The Limb Deficient Child. Steigner M, Stewart RE, Setoguchi Y: Combined limb deficiencies and cranial nerve dysfunction: Report of 6 cases. Birth Defects 11 (5), 1975. Springfield, Ill, Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 1982. 19. Talbot D: The child with a limb deficiency: A guide for parents. Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1979. Authors and Affiliations.

YOSHIO SETOGUCHI, MD, is the Medical Director of the Child Amputee Prosthetics Project at the Shriners Hospital for Children, Los Angeles, California. 9. Setoguchi Y, Rosenfelder R, eds. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1982. 10. Clarke S, Patton JG.

Samuel Pruitt, James W Varni, Yoshio Setoguchi. OBJECTIVE To develop an outcome measure of functional status in preschool children with limb deficiency. DESIGN Parents of preschool children with limb deficiency completed self-report measure. More).

The team approach to the limb-deficient child. Setoguchi, Y. Popliteal pterygium syndrome: an orthopaedic perspective. Oppenheim, W. Larson, K. McNabb, M. Smith, C. A malformation complex of ectrodactyly, clefting and hypomelanosis of ito (incontinentia pigmenti achromians). Shaperman J, Setoguchi Y.

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About publications (5) network. Publications 5. Publications by authors named "Yoshio Setoguchi". Are you Yoshio Setoguchi? Register this Author. J Pediatr Rehabil Med 2009 ;2(3):153-8. Medical Director, Child amputee Prosthetics Project, Shriners Hospitals for Children, 3160 Geneva Street, Los Angeles, CA 90020, USA. Te. +1 213 388 3151 extension 224; E-mail

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This book is the second edition, revised and expanded, which was edited by Yoshio Setoguchi, M.D., Medical Director, Child Amputee Prosthetics Project, Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles; and Ruth Rosenfelder, Staff Specialist, Child Amputee Prosthetics Project, Dept. of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles.

The Limb Deficient Child is a light blue hardcover book with no dustjacket, published by Charles C Thomas, Springfield, Illinois, in 1982, and includes an index and bibliography.

In this book, the staff members of the Child Amputee Prosthetics Project discuss their philosophy of treatment, and offer guidelines for health professionals who work with this interesting and very rewarding group of children. Readers will find principles and an approach to treatment that they can apply in their own settings.

Covered are both congenital deficiencies, and amputations caused by accidents or illness; along with care of prosthetics, patient and family, weight control, regulating body temperature, working with outside physicians, types of limb deficiencies, anomalies, types of prosthetics, orthopedic management, and much more.

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