Diseases of Children in the Subtropics and Tropics
by Paget Stanfield et al.
Publisher: Hodder Arnold 1991
Number of pages: 1092
The fourth edition of this book incorporates significant advances in technical knowledge and also takes into account the widening role of paediatricians in the health care of children in developing countries. As in earlier editions, it seeks to provide paediatricians with an up-to-date review of the diseases of children encountered in the tropics, together with their diagnosis and treatment, with particular reference to the practical management of difficult problems facing the busy doctor.
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