Delays in development, as well as in growth, can occur when a feeding disorder arises. Irene Chatoor, MD, a world-renowned specialist in feeding disorders at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, offers clinical guidelines for comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of feeding disorders in infants and toddlers.
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Feeding Disorders in Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children
by Irene Chatoor, MD
Grounded in the latest research and contemporary practice, the author discusses the consequences of early feeding problems and reviews relevant terminology, etiological factors, and how to distinguish serious feeding disorders from transient and milder feeding difficulties.
The book also includes Parent Information Outlines about the feeding disorders which professionals can use as handouts for patients’ families.
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