These latter chapters are of practical clinical significance for both pediatricians and child and adolescent psychiatrists—neuropathic pain, sickle cell disease pain, recurrent headaches, recurrent abdominal pain, and musculoskeletal pain are the specific syndromes discussed. Each chapter describes the pathophysiology, epidemiology, assessment, classification or diagnosis, and treatment options. For example, the chapter "Recurrent Headaches," written by Bo Larsson, describes the International Headache Society classification of headaches, the epidemiology of specific types of childhood headaches, etiology, assessment, associated symptoms, and treatment options (including psychological as well as pharmacological treatment) for the different types of headaches. This chapter is well organized, succinctly written, and contains very useful information for clinicians. In addition, there is an extensive list of references for those who wish to read more about a specific topic.