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Adolescente (de 13 a 18 Años)

La adolescencia es una etapa de transición entre la niñez y la edad adulta. Es un período de desarrollo estresante colmado de cambios crí­ticos relativos a la madurez fí­sica, la sexualidad, los procesos cognitivos (las formas de pensar y el contenido del pensamiento), las emociones y las relaciones con otras personas. El cuidado de las necesidades sanitarias de este grupo etéreo requiere no sólo la atención de los problemas de salud identificados, sino la consideración de las complejas interacciones de los cambios del desarrollo en las necesidades sanitarias, la efectividad del tratamiento, la educación sanitaria y el fomento de la salud.

En el directorio que aparece a continuación encontrará información adicional relativa a los cambios y desafíos frecuentes que deben enfrentar los adolescentes, para la cual le proveemos una breve descripción.

El Crecimiento y el Desarrollo de las Niñas

El Crecimiento y el Desarrollo de los Varones

Las Enfermedades de Transmisión Sexual

Las Pautas para el Sexo Seguro

El Acné

Los Trastornos en la Alimentación

Los Trastornos del Estado de Ánimo

El Abuso de Sustancias y la Dependencia de Sustancias Quí­micas

Reviewed Date: 09-30-2009

Adolescent (13 to 18 Years)
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Adolescent (13 to 18 Years)
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Bipolar Disorder in Children
Breast Conditions
Dysmenorrhea in Adolescents
Eating Disorders in Children
Ewing Sarcoma
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Gynecological and Menstrual Conditions
Healthy Eating During Adolescence
High Blood Pressure in Children and Adolescents
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Major Depression in Adolescents
Male Growth and Development
Male Physical Development
Menstrual Disorders
Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents
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Osteosarcoma in Children
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Pap Test for Adolescents
Problems in Puberty
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Safer Sex Guidelines for Adolescents
Schizophrenia in Children
Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Adolescents
Substance Abuse/Chemical Dependence in Adolescents
Substance Exposure
The Growing Child: Adolescent (13 to 18 Years)
Topic Index - Adolescent Medicine
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