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Health and development issues in internationally adopted children, including information on the effects of institutionalization, diseases, disorders, and professionals specializing in adoption medicine for medical report evaluations and child examinations

International Adoption Medicine

International adoption medicine is a medical specialty area meeting ever-increasing needs. Learn more about it and where to find specialists.... [more]

Effects of Institutionalization

Children adopted from orphanages, children's homes, and institutions abroad may present parents with unique challenges. Research, parenting advice, and resources for help.

Medical Evaluations

Clinics and individual specialists in the U.S. and abroad providing pre- and post-adoption services including evaluations, assessments, treatment, and referral.

Medical Issues in International Adoption

Information and resources for parents of internationally adopted children about a variety of medical conditions included Mongolian Spots, Hepatitis B, parasites, and other conditions.

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