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The very first chapter in this book introduces the general practitioner and pediatrician to many old patients. There again is Johnny, who objects to examination; Elsie, who doesn't want to eat; James, wailing to go home and his mother who vociferously objects to waiting. And Mrs. Brown who wants to know how she can make Nancy take her afternoon nap, as well as Mrs. Black who wants to know what the doctor is going to do "next" about Henry's bed-wetting. Admittedly they are all familiar characters and problems, and here Dr. Shirley lays the pattern for subsequent discussion. The book
Psychiatry for the Pediatrician.. Ann Intern Med. 1948;29:1174–1175. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-29-6-1174_2
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