Table 3.

Clinical Conditions For Which The Family of CBCL Forms Has Been Applied

• Abdominal pain• Human immunodeficiency virus infection
• Abuse• Language disorders
• ADHD• Lead toxicity
• Aggression• Leukemia
• Anxiety• Magnetic resonance imaging
• Arthritis• Meningitis
• Asthma• Mental retardation
• Autism• Neuropathology
• Birth defects• Obesity
• Brain damage• Obsessive compulsive disorder
• Burns• Oppositional disorder
• Cancer• Pain
• Cerebral palsy• Post-traumatic stress disorder
• Cleft palate• Prader-Willi syndrome
• Crohn disease• Preterm birth
• Cystic fibrosis• Rheumatic disease
• Depression• School refusal
• Diabetes• Separation
• Drug therapies• Short stature
• Eating problems• Sickle cell anemia
• Encopresis• Sleep disturbance
• Enuresis• Spina bifida
• Epilepsy• Stress
• Gender problems• Substance abuse
• Genetic factors• Suicide
• Headaches• Temperament
• Hearing impairment• Tourette syndrome
• Heart disease• Turner syndrome
• Hemophilia• Williams syndrome
• Hormones