(pē'dē-at'rē, pē-dī'ă-trē),
A rarely used term for pediatrics.
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(6) Department of Pediatry, Bezmialem Vakif University, Faculty of Medicine, Istanbul, Turkey
(2) Department of Pediatry, University of Pavia and Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo, Pavia, Italy
Smolewska, "Diagnostyka i leczenie mlodzienczego idiopatycznego zapalenia stawow-praktyczne wskazowki dla pediatry," Pediatria po Dyplomie, vol.
I had noticed the Steroid Injection course beings offered on numerous occasions in our journal, Pediatry Review, but did nothing about taking part.
Scholars underscore that since the late 18th century the state and institutions sponsored by it, together with experts on both pedagogy and pediatry as well as middle-class parents, have created structures for a childhood that was (and remains) characterized by discipline and containment.
The dress and attitude preferences of the patients in the present study were similar to the preferences of patients in the medical branches, except psychiatry and pediatry (7,8,9,10).
Although it is emphasized that these issues should be addressed with care as well as organic causes during social pediatry training in our univeristy, it is possible that physicians cared about social issues with a lower rate during intensive patient load, since there is a general tendency to focus on organic diseases in medical education and to care about social issues with a lower rate.
[1] Department of Biology and [2] Maternity and Pediatry Ward, Begin Military Teaching Hospital, Saint Mande, France.
Lozoff, "Prevention of iron-deficiency anemia: comparison of high- and low-iron formulas in term healthy infants after six months of life,' Journal of Pediatry, vol.
Dermatomycosis in lower limbs of diabetic patients followed by pediatry. Rev.