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Scoliosis: Sources and notes

- Bernard Biot, Patricia Ribinik, Idiopathic scoliosis: variations around the prognosis, Ed Springer, 2003.

- Ponset, Friedmann, Prognosis in idiopathic scoliosis, J Bone Joint Sung (Arn), 1995.

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NASH: notes and sources

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Diabetes and Pregnancy: Essentials on Gestational Diabetes

Pregnancy is a particularly good time for doctors and midwives to look for and treat a problem in time, such as diabetes during pregnancy, called gestational diabetes (GDM). Pregnancy causes disruption in the body of the woman particularly hormonally. Thus, sugar tolerance is modified and some women have a blood glucose (blood sugar) that exceeds the normal threshold, indicating diabetes during pregnancy (gestational diabetes)
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Tic: treatments - Diseases
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Tic: treatments

Before starting treatment, it is important to identify the symptom (or underlying disease) that most interferes with the patient's life and then treat it with medicated and non-medicated care. The management of tics consists of different types of treatments: management of psychomotility, relaxation or meditation of mindfulness (for children too
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Laryngitis: the causes

The causes The causes of laryngitis vary with the age and location of the inflammation. 1 - Subglottic laryngitis It is a laryngitis of the small child between 1 and 6 years old. It is often observed in the course of a rhino-pharyngitis (cold) of viral origin. 2 - Epiglottitis Epiglottitis is a severe bacterial laryngitis caused by a bacterium such as haemophilus influenzae
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