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Medical conditions and terminology
These questions and answers are specific to the internationally adopted post-institutionalized children.
Click on the questions below to read the answers given by Dr. Boris Gindis.
How concerned should I be about the diagnosis of schizophrenia in the mediacl records of my child's parent?  
Terminology: Anemia
Terminology: Apgar score
Terminology: Cerebral insufficiency syndrome of hypoxic origin
Terminology: Convergent squint or Strabismus
Terminology: Chronic fetal hypoxia
Terminology: Flat foot, 2nd degree
Terminology: Hypertension-hydrocephalic syndrome
Terminology: Hyperdynamic syndrome
Terminology: Increased neuro-reflexive excitability syndrome
Terminology: Infantile cerebral paralysis in the form of spastic diplegia
Terminology: Intraventricular hemorrhage
Terminology: Mental development delay
Terminology: Perinatal encephalopathy
Terminology: Pyramidal insufficiency syndrome
Terminology: Pseudo-balbar disarthria
Terminology: Rickets
Terminology: Residual organic CNS impairment
Terminology: RW
Are there any partens of medical conditions like FAS/FAE, or RAD, or ADDH in the siblings?
 
 

 

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