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Henry K. Silver - bibliography

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American paediatrician, born 1918.


  • Henry K. Silver, C. Henry Kempe, Henry B. Bruyn:
    Handbook of pediatrics. 3rd edition, Los Altos, Lange, 1959.
  • Henry K. Silver, et al:
    Healthy babies, happy parents. New York, McGraw-Hill. 1960.
  • C. H. Kempe, Frederic N. Silverman, Brandt F. Steele, William Droegemuller,
    Henry K. Silver:
    The Battered Child Syndrome.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1962, 181: 17-24.
    Tardieu's syndrome. Also called Caffey-Kempe syndrome.
  • H. K. Silver, A. D. Glicken:
    Medical student abuse. Incidence, severity, and significance.
    JAMA, 1990, 263: 527–532.
  • Henry Kampe, with Henry K. Silver, Donough O'Brien:
    Diagnostico y tratamiento pediatricos.
    Mexico, D. F. : Manual Moderno, 1974. 1178 pages.

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