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NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Clinical care for children and young adults

Patel DR, Greydanus DE, Omar HA, Merrick J, eds

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword

I Leslie Rubin, MD

Chapter 1

Neurodevelopmental disabilities: Introduction and epidemiology

Dilip Patel and Joav Merrick

Chapter 2

Basic concepts of developmental diagnosis

Dilip Patel

Chapter 3

Psychological assessment and testing

Margo Adams Larsen, Erin Tentis-Berglund, Robin Joseph and Helen D Pratt

Chapter 4

Inborn errors of metabolism

Manmohan Kamboj

Chapter 5

Genetic evaluation in developmental disabilities

Helga Toriello

Chapter 6

Neurodevelopmental aspects of common genetic syndromes

Helga Toriello

Chapter 7

Autism spectrum disorders

Ahsan Nazeer

Chapter 8

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Donald E Greydanus

Chapter 9

Sleep in children and adolescents with neurobehavioral disorders

Bantu Chhangani and Donald E Greydanus

Chapter 10

Learning disabilities

Helen D Pratt and Donald E Greydanus

Chapter 11

Intellectual disability

Dilip Patel and Joav Merrick

Chapter 12

Developmental language disorders

Nikola Nelson

Chapter 13

Disorders of speech and voice

Helen Sharp and Stephen M Tasko

Chapter 14

Tic disorders

Donald E Greydanus

Chapter 15

Medical management of cerebral palsy

Nancy N Dodge

Chapter 16

Myelomeningocele

Dilip R Patel

Chapter 17

Pain in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Lynn Breau, Meir Lotan and Jeffrey L Koh

Chapter 18

Visual impairment

Katherine Bergwerk

Chapter 19

Impact of neurodevelopmental disorders on hearing in children and adolescents

Bharti Katbamna and Teresa Crumptom

Chapter 20

Sexuality and gynecological care

Donald E Greydanus and Hatim Omar

Chapter 21

Dental aspects

Ilan Feldberg and Joav Merrick

Chapter 22

General medical care of individuals with developmental disabilities

Joav Merrick and Mohammed Morad

Chapter 23

Principles of team care for children with developmental disabilities

Dilip Patel and Helen D Pratt

Chapter 24

Working with the family and care givers

Helen D Pratt

Chapter 25

Allied health professionals and intellectual disability: Moving towards independence

Meir Lotan

Chapter 26

Adoption

Gary Diamond and and Yehuda Senecky

Chapter 27

Palliative care and end-of-life issues

Joav Merrick and Mohammed Morad

Chapter 28

Transition from child oriented to adult oriented health care

Dilip R Patel and Donald E Greydanus

Chapter 29

Psychosocial functioning in youth with chronic illness

John A Yozwiak, Regan E Settles and Rachel F Steffens

Chapter 30

Parents and siblings

Joav Merrick, Isack Kandel and Mohammed Morad

Chapter 31

Parenthood

Joav Merrick, Isack Kandel and Mohammed Morad

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 32

About the editors

Chapter 33

About Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

Chapter 34

About Division of Adolescent Medicine University of Kentucky

Chapter 35

About National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Jerusalem, Israel

INDEX

Index

About the Author

Dilip R Patel, MD, FAAP, FSAM, FAACPDM, FACSM, is professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing, Michigan, USA. He is a full time teaching faculty member in the Pediatric Residency Program at the Michigan State University Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA. Dr Patel has subspecialty training and interests in neurodevelopmental disabilities, developmental-behavioral pediatrics, adolescent medicine and sports medicine. He has published numerous papers on a wide ranging topics in these areas and has edited several special symposia and books. E-mail: patel@kcms.msu.edu Donald E. Greydanus, MD, FAAP, FSAM, FIAP (H) is Professor of Pediatrics and Human Development at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine (East Lansing, Michigan, USA) and Director of the Pediatrics Residency Program at Michigan State University/ Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies (Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA). Received the 1995 American Academy of Pediatrics' Adele D. Hofmann Award for "Distinquished Contributions in Adolescent Health", the 2000 Mayo Clinic Pediatrics Honored Alumnus Award for "National Contributions to the field of Pediatrics," and the 2003 William B. Weil, Jr., M.D. Endowed Distinguished Pediatric Faculty Award from Michigan State University College of Medicine for "National & International Recognition as well as Exemplary Scholarship in Pediatrics." Received the 2004 Charles R. Drew School of Medicine (Los Angeles, CA) Stellar Award for Contributions to Pediatric Resident Education and awarded an honorary membership in the Indian Academy of Pediatrics-an honor granted to only a few pediatricians outside of India. Was the 2007 Visiting Professor of Pediatrics at Athens University, Athens, Greece and received the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Outstanding Community Faculty Award in 2008. Past Chair of the National Conference and Exhibition Planning Group (Committee on Scientific Meetings) of the American Academy of Pediatrics and member of the Pediatric Academic Societies' (SPR/PAS) Planning Committee (1998 to Present). Member of the Appeals Committee for the Pediatrics' Residency Review Committee (RRC) of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (Chicago, IL) in both Adolescent Medicine and General Pediatrics. Numerous publications in adolescent health and lectureships in many countries on adolescent health. E-mail: Greydanus@kcms.msu.edu Hatim A Omar, MD, FAAP, Professor of Pediatrics and Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of the Section of Adolescent Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, University of Kentucky, Lexington. Dr. Omar has completed residency training in obstetrics and gynecology as well as Pediatrics. He has also completed fellowships in vascular physiology and adolescent medicine. He is the recipient of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Governor's Award for Community Service and Volunteerism He is the recipient of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Governer's Award for community service and volunteerism in 2000, KY teen Pregnancy Coalition Award for outstanding service 2002, Awards for suicide prevention from the Ohio Valley Society for Adolescent Medicine and Kentucky Pediatric Society in 2005 and 2007, Sexual Abuse Awareness Month Award for his work with sexual abuse victims from the KY association of sexual assault professionals in 2007, Special Achievement Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics 2007 and the Founders of Adolescent Medicine Award from the AAP in 2007. He is well known internationally with numerous publications in child health, pediatrics, adolescent medicine, pediatric and adolescent gynecology. E-mail: haomar2@uky.edu Joav Merrick, MD, MMedSci, DMSc, is professor of pediatrics, child health and human development affiliated with Kentucky Children's Hospital, University of Kentucky, Lexington, United States and the Zusman Child Development Center, Division of Pediatrics, Soroka University Medical Center, Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel, the medical director of the Health Services, Division for Mental Retardation, Ministry of Social Affairs, Jerusalem, the founder and director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Numerous publications in the field of pediatrics, child health and human development, rehabilitation, intellectual disability, disability, health, welfare, abuse, advocacy, quality of life and prevention. Received the Peter Sabroe Child Award for outstanding work on behalf of Danish Children in 1985 and the International LEGO-Prize ("The Children's Nobel Prize") for an extraordinary contribution towards improvement in child welfare and well-being in 1987. E-mail: jmerrick@internet-zahav.net;

Reviews

From the reviews: "Experts in this field provide a current review of specific topics in developmental disabilities in children and young adults in this book. ... It seems to be targeted at residents and general practitioners likely to be called upon to treat these patients within their practice. It provides a good basic reference for this purpose. ... This is a very readable and useful source of information for the management of children with developmental disorders within a general practice." (Michael G. White, Doody's Review Service, February, 2012)

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