By Steven D. Handler, Charles M., III Myer
C. Decker). Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Atlas divided into sections such as anatomic areas evaluated by way of the pediatric otolaryngologist. For basic care physicians. vast colour pictures. comprises entire textual content and illustrations on CD-ROM.
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For outcome-oriented athletes, success mean winning the game, and thus, a loss can be difﬁcult to tolerate. Many youth have unrealistic expectations from sports. 32 Their reasons to pursue professional athletics in the future were the “rewards” of athletic participation such as money, social status, praise from others, independence, and the admiration of women. It was not for the “fun” of sports. 30 ■ Section 1: General and Basic Concepts Table 3-4. Reasons to Play, to Quit, and To Be Left Out of Sports Reasons to Play Reasons to Quit Reasons To Be Left Out Fun.
Table 3-4 lists some of the various barriers for sports participation by youth. Research is limited on those who are left out. 38 Some athletes may cherish the special attention given to them during rehabilitation. They may take pride in having a cast signed by friends. A few will ﬁnd it difﬁcult to adjust and may manifest anger, frustration, and a depressed mood following injury. 10,19,37 Fortunately, for most children and adolescents the progression from denial to recovery is of short duration.
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