Nervensystem

  • F.-J. Schulte
  • H. von Bernuth
  • H. Doose
  • H. G. Lenard

Zusammenfassung

Von den zahlreichen Mißbildungen des Nervensystems bedürfen in einem Buch über die Therapie nur wenige einer speziellen Besprechung. Die häufigen allgemeinen therapeutischen Probleme bei Kindern mit einer Fehlbildung des Zentralnervensystems richten sich ganz nach den Symptomen und bestehen deshalb in Physiotherapie, Entwicklungsförderung, Sprachanbahnung, geistiger und schulischer Förderung, Verhaltenstherapie und antikonvulsiver Behandlung.

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  • F.-J. Schulte
  • H. von Bernuth
  • H. Doose
  • H. G. Lenard

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