MUNCHAUSEN BY PROXY OR MEADOW'S SYNDROME?

@article{Lazoritz1987MUNCHAUSENBP,
  title={MUNCHAUSEN BY PROXY OR MEADOW'S SYNDROME?},
  author={Stephen Lazoritz},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1987},
  volume={330}
}
  • S. Lazoritz
  • Published 12 September 1987
  • Medicine
  • The Lancet
5 Citations

Chapter 2 Patient-Centered Medicine and Prevention of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

The Haddon matrix, a public health framework, is applied to MSbP abuse in order to guide the development of recommendations of patient‐centered approaches that should be implemented to reduce the healthcare system's contribution to the mor‐ bidity and mortality thatMSbP victims face.

Patient-Centered Medicine and Prevention of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

The Haddon matrix, a public health framework, is applied to MSbP abuse in order to guide the development of recommendations of patient‐centered approaches that should be implemented to reduce the healthcare system's contribution to the mor‐ bidity and mortality thatMSbP victims face.

Factitious Hyperinsulinism Leading to Pancreatectomy: Severe Forms of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

One percent of all cases of hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia in the unit have been identified as Munchausen syndrome by proxy, andInsulin/C-peptide ratio analysis is crucial to assess factitious hyp glucosecemia, although sulfonamide-induced hypoglyCEmia is not thereby detected.

Fabrication or Induction of Illness in a Child: a Critical Review of Labels and Literature Using Electronic Libraries

This paper argues that the variance between professionals on the use of terminology to describe and define this form of child maltreatment may lead to a loss of focus on children's welfare. The

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