Adolescent Health Care. Clinical Issues by Robert W. Blum (Eds.)

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Speaking about the dif­ ference between children's rights movements and other adult movements, he says: A closer examination of the children's rights phe­ nomena reveals differences which are . . funda­ mental. Of most importance is the fact that the chil­ dren's rights movements are largely created by and remain under the control of adults, a group not af­ fected directly by the injustices sought to be cor­ rected. The major organizations in the country which put themselves forward as the advocates for children, function without any meaningful control exercised by youth.

S. (diethylstilbestrol) is a hormone that used to be given to women to prevent problems in pregnancy. S. while she was pregnant with you? yes no don't know If you don't know, it's important to ask her. If she did take it, you may have an increased risk of certain health problems, such as vaginal cancer. 59. Have you ever been pregnant? no yes If yes, how many times? What was your decision regarding pregnancy? Figure 1 {continued) 39 Robert W. Blum and Carol Runyart 40 tion about patients and also function as an educa­ tional tool by providing patients with a written summary of the health care encounter.

Knowledge of their contribution to sec­ ondary sex characteristics in the male and the pu­ bertal growth spurt in both males and females re­ mains speculative. III. PHYSICAL CHANGES A. Male During the process of pubertal maturation, the male undergoes a series of physical changes that include enlarging testicular size, phallic growth, and pubic hair development. Marshall and Tan­ ner (1970), have developed a classification scheme that permits staging of individuals as they progress through puberty (Fig.

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