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C , & Yen, S. S. ) 48 Charles Sklar fore puberty, plasma levels of testosterone are very low and are usually not detectable by most radioimmunoassay (RIA) techniques employed in clinical laboratories. Levels of testosterone pro gressively rise during pubertal development and correlate with the degree of skeletal maturation and physical stages of puberty (Faiman et al, 1974; Styne et al, 1978). Testosterone and its 5a re duced metabolite, dihydrotestosterone, are re sponsible for the genital and anthropomorphic changes, as well as for the increased muscle mass noted in normal adult males.
Are you exposed to any chemicals or loud noises on your job? If so, what? : 33. Do you go to school? _ 34. What do you like best about school or work? no yes_ 35. What do you like least about school or work? 36. Now, think for a few minutes about this list of general health habits. Are there any things you would like to change? wearing a seatbelt or motorcycle helmet other (explain). making or keeping friends 37. How do you think we at the clinic can help you with the changes you wish to make?
Wade. (1973). S. 113. Snyder v. Massachusetts. (1934). S. 97, 105. Spaulding, W. J. (1979). University of Richmond Law Review 13, 695-741. Wald, P. (1978). A speech presented at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Watts, W. W. (1979). Southern California Law Review. 52, 1869-1915. Weston's Admx. v. Hospital of St. Vincent St. Paul. (1921). , 785. 4 The Comprehensive Health History and Physical Examination ROBERT W. BLUM CAROL RUNYAN I. INTRODUCTION Even in the presence of defined illness, youth may be more concerned about the social and psy chological than about medical consequences of their conditions.
Adolescent Health Care. Clinical Issues by Robert W. Blum (Eds.)