第 1 到 3 筆結果，共 4 筆
... greater for women than in England. Discretionary operations such as
tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy, hemorroidectomy, and inguinal herniorrhaphy
were two or more times higher. Cholecystectomy rates were more 28 Limits to
When the rejected children were examined a third time, a similar percentage was
selected for tonsillectomy so that after three examinations only sixty-five children
remained who had not been recommended for tonsillectomy. These subjects ...
237 S. D. Lipton, "On Psychology of Childhood Tonsillectomy," in R. S. Eissler et
al., eds., Psychoanalytic Study of the Child (New York: International Univs. Press,
1962), 17:363-417; reprinted in Anthologia A8 (Cuernavaca: CIDOC, 1974).
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