Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 3, issue 10, P569-571 1964 DOI: 10.1177/000992286400301001 View full text
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J. Jacobs

Abstract: IN Great Britain every consultant pediatrician has received his training at a major pediatric center where the emphasis has been (and still is) on the organic nature of disease. Any referral for psychiatric help implies prior complete investigation of body fluids and exudates, full radiologic studies and of possibly pertinent enzyme or isotope studies, all with negative results. Absence of organic disease equals possible functional disease. Few consider that in . a particular case from the history there must …

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