• 2007From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Meral Beksac.
  • 2007From: Springer
    contributors, M. Andreeff ... [et al.] ; editors, Katalin Kauser and Andreas-Michael Zeiher.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Dimitra Anagnostou, Estella Matutes, editors.
    1. New Insights in the Development of Human B Lymphocytes / Bianca Blom -- 2. The Aging Lymphocyte / Hector F. Valenzuela, Rita B. Effros -- 3. The Bone Marrow Microenvironment and Its Impact in Acute and Chronic B Cell Malignancies / Jan A. Burger -- 4. The Expanding Diagnostic Role of Flow Cytometry in Bone Marrow Studies of Patients with Lymphomas and Plasma Cell Disorders / Anna Porwit -- 5. The Application of Molecular Techniques on Bone Marrow Trephines / Falko Fend, Leticia Quintanilla-Martínez -- 6. Residual Disease Assessment and Its Role in Monitoring Lymphoid and Plasma Cell Neoplasms / Konnie M. Hebeda -- 7. Reporting of Bone Marrow Lymphoid Infiltrates / Yi-Hua Chen, LoAnn Peterson -- 8. Janus-Faced Lymphoid Infiltrates / Dimitra Anagnostou -- 9. Singularities in Pediatric Bone Marrow Lymphoid Processes / Sophia L. Yohe, Robert W. McKenna -- 10. Bone Marrow Involvement in Primary Mature B and T Cell Leukemias / Ayoma D. Attygalle -- 11. A Step Forward in the Diagnosis of B-Cell Lymphomas in the Bone Marrow / Ahmet Dogan, Mine Hekimgil -- 12. New Insights in Waldenström's Macroglobulinemia / Meletios A. Dimopoulos, Evangelos Terpos -- 13. Bone Marrow in Hodgkin Lymphoma and Mimickers / Stefano A. Pileri, Elena Sabattini -- 14. Misleading Features of Bone Marrow Involvement by Peripheral T-Cell Lymphomas / Philippe Gaulard, Sylvia Hoeller -- 15. Systemic Mastocytosis Associated with Lymphoproliferative Disorders (SM-AHNMD) / Hans-Peter Horny, Karl Sotlar, Peter Valent.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Lia Angela Moulopoulos, Vassilis Koutoulidis.
    MRI provides the best means of imaging the bone marrow directly and of non-invasively assessing its composition. Normal age-related bone marrow changes, alterations related to red marrow reconversion, and pathological bone marrow processes generally conform to certain patterns that reflect the underlying marrow changes and can be clearly recognized on MR images. In addition to conventional pulse sequences, advanced MRI techniques such as Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MRI and Diffusion-Weighted Imaging depict marrow changes at the microvascular and cellular level respectively. This book provides radiologists with in-depth information on the MRI appearances of normal, abnormal and treated marrow following a structured, pattern-based approach. MRI findings for various diseases that affect the bone marrow, particularly those of a malignant nature, are presented in detail. MRI pattern recognition not only offers a systematic approach to image interpretation and diagnosis but also has prognostic implications with regard to some disease entities. Each chapter includes a wealth of high-quality images, together with Key Points summarizing the most important information. In addition to radiologists, practitioners with an interest in hematology and oncology will find this textbook-atlas to be a valuable resource for the latest, clinically relevant advances in bone marrow imaging.
  • Barbara J. Bain, David M. Clark, Bridget S. Wilkins.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The normal bone marrow -- Special techniques applicable to bone marrow diagnosis -- Infection and reactive changes -- Acute myeloid leukaemia, mixed phenotype acute leukaemia, the myelodysplastic syndromes, and histiocytic neoplasms -- Myeloproliferative and myelodysplastic/myeloproliferative neoplasms and related conditions -- Lymphoproliferative disorders -- Plasma cell neoplasms -- Disorders of erythropoiesis, granulopoiesis and thrombopoiesis -- Miscellaneous disorders -- Metastatic tumours -- Diseases of bone.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Felix Bronner, Mary C. Farach-Carson, Helmtrud I. Roach, editor[s].
    Parathyroid Hormone and Parathyroid-Hormone-Related Protein: Normal Function, Diseases, and Emerging Therapeutics / Ling Qin and Nicola C. Partridge -- Vitamin D: Normal Function, Metabolism, Diseases, and Emerging Therapeutics / René St-Arnaud and Marie B. Demay -- Gonadal Hormones, Diseases, and Emerging Therapeutics / Faryal S. Mirza, Liam Zakko and Pamela Taxel -- Thyroid and Thyroid Hormone: Normal Function, Diseases, Disorders, Emerging Therapeutics / Paula H. Stern -- Pituitary Hormones and the Pathophysiology of Osteoporosis / Manasi Agrawal, Shitij Arora, Graziana Colaianni, Li Sun and Jameel Z. Iqbal, [et al.] -- Calcitonin: Its Physiological Role and Emerging Therapeutics / Jillian Cornish, Dorit Naot and T. John Martin -- Glucocorticoids, Inflammation, and Bone / Kong Wah Ng and T. John Martin -- Diseases of Energy and Lipid Metabolism and Bone: Emerging Therapeutics / Sumithra K. Urs and Clifford J. Rosen -- Diseases of Mineral Metabolism and Bone: Emerging Therapeutics for Postmenopausal Osteoporosiss / Paul D. Miller -- Renal Diseases and Bone: Emerging Therapeutics / Nancy S. Krieger and David A. Bushinsky -- Wasting Diseases and Metabolic Impact on Bone: Emerging Therapeutics and Treatment Options / Linda A. DiMeglio -- Paget's Disease of Bone: Pathogenesis and Treatment / Frederick R. Singer and G. David Roodman -- Bone Loss in Space Flight and Countermeasures /; Adrian D. LeBlanc, Elisabeth R. Spector and Victor S. Schneider --; Osteoimmunology: Relation to Disease and Therapy /; M. Neale Weitzmann and Roberto Pacifici -- Bone and the Ear / Kathleen C. Horner -- Bone and the cAMP Signaling Pathway: Emerging Therapeutics / Paul M. Epstein -- Nervous System Diseases, Disorders, and Bone: Emerging Therapeutics and Treatment Options / Mary F. Barbe and Steven N. Popoff.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Dimitrios Kardamakis, Vassilios Vassiliou and Edward Chow.
    Focusing on the field of metastatic bone disease, this volume: describes the molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in the formation of bone metastases, comments on the role of angiogenesis, and, deals with various aspects of imaging modalities applied for the detection and evaluation of bone metastases.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Dimitrios Kardamakis, Vassilios Vassiliou, Edward Chow, editors.
    The second edition of this book serves both as an introductory and reference book focusing on the field of metastatic bone disease. Featuring contributions from experts in the field, this volume describes the molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in the formation of bone metastases, presents the newer advances made in the understanding of the clinical picture and symptoms of patients, analyses the role of bone markers in research and clinical practice and deals with all aspects of imaging modalities applied for the detection and evaluation of bone metastases. Moreover, the use of all available treatment methods, such as radiotherapy, surgery and systemic treatments for the management of patients with metastatic bone disease is discussed in detail. Overall this volume presents a thorough overview of all aspects of metastatic bone disease and provides a comprehensive and concise information resource for researchers, oncologists, orthopaedic surgeons and clinicians dealing with patients with metastatic bone disease.
  • 2005From: Springer
    edited by Gurmit Singh, Shafaat A. Rabbani.
    Overview / Sadmeet Singh and Gurmit Singh -- Parathyroid hormone-related peptide and malignancy / David Goltzman -- Vitamin D and vitamin D analogs in cancer / Richard Kremer and Shafaat A. Rabbani -- Role of TGF and IGF in tumor progression and bone metastases / Erin Giles and Gurmit Singh -- Biologic and therapeutic implications of osteomimicry and epithelial/mesenchymal transition in prostate cancer / Wen-Chin Huang, Valerie Odero-Marah, and Leland W.K. Chung -- The roles of immune-cell derived matrix metalloproteinases in tumor growth and metastasis / Kristina A. Szabo and Gurmit Singh -- Contribution of osteopontin to the development of bone metastasis / Alison L. Allan ... [et al.] -- The role of interleukin-11 in osteolytic bone metastasis / Ryan R. Simon ... [et al.] -- Cell adhesion moleculars in tumor metastasis / Sujata Persad ... [et al.] -- Antithrombotics in tumor growth and metastasis / Shaker A. Mousa -- Challenges and strategies in the analysis of multiple events in oncology / Pierre P. Major and Richard J. Cook -- Integrins : novel targets for the treatment of bone metastasis / Graham C. Parry ... [et al.] -- Bone metastasis and pathological fractures : bone tissue engineering as a novel therapy / Laurie A. McDuffee, Nigel Colterjohn, and Gurmit Singh -- Role of photodynamic therapy for bone metastasis / Shane Burch and Albert J.M. Yee -- Docetaxel for metastatic cancer and its role in combination therapies for advanced prostate cancer / Ellen K. Wasan ... [et al.] -- The use of tetracyclines for bone metastasis / Eric Seidlitz, Zeina Saikali, and Gurmit Singh -- Role of bisphosphonates in skeletal metastases / Arif Hussain and Fred Saad -- Radiation treatment of bone metastases / Edward Chow, Jackson Wu, and Elizabeth Toni Barnes.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • Anja Rose Scholze.
    Astrocytes constitute a major cell population in the brain with a myriad of essential functions, yet we know remarkably little about the signaling pathways and mechanisms that direct astrocyte maturation. To explore the signals regulating astrocyte development, we prospectively purified and cultured immature postnatal rodent astrocytes. We identified fibroblast growth factors (FGFs) and bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) as robust trophic factors for immature astrocytes. We showed that astrocytes respond directly to BMPs via phosphorylation of the smad1/5/8 pathway. In vitro, BMP signaling promoted immature astrocytes to adopt multiple characteristics of mature astrocytes, including a more process-bearing morphology, aquaporin-4 (AQP4) and S100 [beta] immunoreactivity, limited proliferation, and strong downregulation of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR). In vivo, activation of the smad1/5/8 pathway in astrocytes was seen during early postnatal development, but inhibition of astrocyte proliferation was not observed. These insights can aid in the further dissection of mechanisms and pathways controlling astrocyte biology and development.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by Slobodan Vukicevic, Kuber T. Sampath.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • edited by Slobodan Vukicevic, Kuber T. Sampath.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Historical perspective of bone morphogenetic proteins -- The systems biology of bone morphogenetic proteins -- Embryonic skeletogenesis and craniofacial development -- BMP and BMP regulation: structure and function -- Novel in vitro assay models to study osteogenesis and chondrogenesis for human skeletal disorders -- Toward advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) combining bone morphogenetic proteins (BMP) and cells for bone regeneration -- BMP signaling in articular cartilage repair and regeneration: potential therapeutic opportunity for osteoarthritis -- BMPs in orthopaedic medicine: promises and challenges -- Osteogrow: a novel graft substitute for orthopedic reconstruction -- Biology of spine fusion and application of osteobiologics in spine surgery -- BMPs in dental medicine: promises and challenges -- Bone morphogenetic protein-7 and its role in acute kidney injury and chronic kidney failure -- Bone morphogenetic protein signaling in pulmonary arterial hypertension -- BMP signaling in fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, a rare genetic disorder of heterotopic ossification -- The central role of BMP signaling in regulating iron homeostasis -- BMPs in inflammation -- Physiological and pathological consequences of vascular BMP signaling -- Bone morphogenetic proteins in the initiation and progression of breast cancer.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Jasvir S. Khurana, editor.
    Bone structure, development and bone biology -- Structure and function of joints -- Biomechanics: part I -- Biomechanics: part II -- Laboratory in orthopedic practice -- Genetics and molecular biology of bone and soft tissue tumors -- Grossing of bone and soft tissue (common specimens and procedures) -- Bone histomorphometry and undecalcified sections -- Radiology of the musculoskeletal system -- Skeletal trauma and common orthopedic problems -- Surgical pathology of bone infections -- Arthropathies -- Surgical pathology of prosthetic materials -- Osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease -- Inherited and dysplastic conditions of the skeleton -- Musculoskeletal neoplasms: an introduction -- Medical management of sarcomas -- Radiation therapy for sarcomas -- Surgical pathology of bone tumors and tumor-like lesions -- Tumors of soft tissue.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Pascal Laugier, Guillaume Haïat, editors.
    Quantitative ultrasound (QUS) of bone is a relatively recent research field. The research community is steadily growing, with interdisciplinary branches in acoustics, medical imaging, biomechanics, biomedical engineering, applied mathematics, bone biology and clinical sciences, resulting in significant achievements in new ultrasound technologies to measure bone, as well as models to elucidate the interaction and the propagation of ultrasonic wave in complex bone structures. Hundreds of articles published in specialists journals are accessible from the Web and from electronic libraries. However, no compilation and synthesis of the most recent and significant research exist. The only book on QUS of bone has been published in 1999 at a time when the propagation mechanisms of ultrasound in bone were still largely unknown and the technology was immature. The research community has now reached a critical size, special sessions are organized in major international meetings (e.g., at the World Congress of Biomechanics, the annual meetings of the Acoustical Society of America, International Bone Densitometry Workshop, etc...). Consequently, the time has come for a completely up to date, comprehensive review of the topic. The book will offer the most recent experimental results and theoretical concepts developed so far and is intended for researchers, graduate or undergraduate students, engineers, and clinicians who are involved in the field. The central part of the book covers the physics of ultrasound propagation in bone. Our goal is to give the reader an extensive view of the mathematical and numerical models as an aid to understand the QUS potential and the types of variables that can be determined by QUS in order to characterize bone strength. The propagation of sound in bone is still subject of intensive research. Different models have been proposed (for example, the Biot theory of poroelasticity and the theory of scattering have been used to describe wave.
  • 2012From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Miep H. Helfrich, Stuart H. Ralston.
    Primary human osteoblast cultures / Jane P. Dillon [and others] -- Osteoblast isolation from murine calvaria and long bones / Astrid D. Bakker and Jenneke Klein-Nulend -- Rat osteoblast cultures / Isabel R. Orriss, Sarah E.B. Taylor, and Timothy R. Arnett -- Isolation of primary avian osteocytes / Cor M. Semeins, Astrid D. Bakker, and Jenneke Klein-Nulend -- Isolation of mouse osteocytes using cell fractionation for gene expression analysis/ Christine Halleux [and others] -- Studying osteocyte function using the cell lines MLO-Y4 and MLO-A5 / Jennifer Rosser and Lynda F. Bonewald -- Isolation, differentiation, and characterisation of skeletal stem cells from human bone marrow in vitro and in vivo / Rahul S. Tare [and others] -- Rodent osteoclast cultures / Isabel R. Orriss and Timothy R. Arnett -- Isolation and culture of primary chicken osteoclasts / Patricia Collin-Osdoby and Philip Osdoby -- Isolation and purification of rabbit osteoclasts / Fraser P. Coxon, Michael J. Rogers, and Julie C. Crockett -- Generation of human osteoclasts from peripheral blood / Kim Henriksen [and others] -- Osteoclast formation in mouse co-cultures / Cecile Itzstein and Robert J. Van 't Hof -- RANKL-mediated osteoclast formation from murine RAW 264.7 cells / Patricia Collin-Osdoby and Philip Osdoby -- Transfection of osteoclasts and osteoclast precursors / Julie C. Crockett, David J. Mellis, and Adam Taylor -- Analysis of signalling pathways by western blotting and immunoprecipitation / Aymen I. Idris -- Analysis of transcriptional regulation in bone cells / Huilin Jin and Stuart H. Ralston -- Extraction of nucleic acids from bone / Alun Hughes, Tracy L. Stewart, and Val Mann -- Analysis of gene expression in bone by quantitative RT/PCR / Alun Hughes -- Histomorphometry in rodents / Reinhold G. Erben and Martin Glösmann -- Studying gene expression in bone by in situ hybridization / Ina Kramer [and others] -- Immunostaining of skeletal tissues / Tobias B. Kurth and Cosimo De Bari -- Techniques for the study of apoptosis in bone / Sudeh Riahi and Brendon Noble -- Transmission electron microscopy of bone / Vincent Everts [and others] -- Scanning electron microscopy of bone / Alan Boyde -- Fluorescence imaging of osteoclasts using confocal microscopy / Fraser P. Coxon -- Live imaging of bone cell and organ cultures / Sarah L. Dallas and Patricia A. Veno -- Analysis of bone architecture in rodents using microcomputed tomography / Robert J. van 't Hof -- Bone measurements by peripheral quantitative computed tomography in rodents / Jürg A. Gasser and Johannes Willnecker -- Quantitative X-ray imaging of rodent bone by Faxitron / J.H. Duncan Bassett [and others] -- Bioluminescence imaging of bone metastasis in rodents / Thomas J.A. Snoeks [and others] -- Fourier transform infrared imaging of bone / Eleftherios P. Paschalis -- Raman microscopy of bone / Simon R. Goodyear and Richard M. Aspden -- The calvarial injection assay / Robert J. van 't Hof -- Ovariectomy/orchidectomy in rodents / Aymen I. Idris -- Mechanical properties of bone ex vivo / Simon R. Goodyear and Richard M. Aspden -- Mechanical stimulation of bone cells using fluid flow / Carmen Huesa and Astrid D. Bakker -- Using cell and organ culture models to analyze responses of bone cells to mechanical stimulation / Andrew A. Pitsillides and Simon C.F. Rawlinson -- In vivo mechanical loading / Roberto Lopes de Souza and Leanne Saxon.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Patrick P. Lin, Shreyaskumar Patel, editors.
    Multidisciplinary approach to the management of sarcomas of bone / Bryan S. Moon -- Bone sarcoma imaging / John E. Madewell ... [et al.] -- Percutaneous image-guided biopsy for diagnosis of bone sarcomas / Kamran Ahrar -- Orthopedic oncologic surgical specimen management and surgical pathology / A. Kevin Raymond and Alexander J. Lazar -- Osteosarcoma / Patrick P. Lin and Shreyaskumar Patel -- Ewing sarcoma / Patrick P. Lin ... [et al.] -- Chondrosarco / Alan W. Yasko, Vinod Ravi, and Ashleigh Guadagnolo -- Rare bone sarcomas / Valerae O. Lewis ... [et al.] -- Skeletal reconstruction after bone sarcoma resection / Christopher P. Cannon and David W. Chang -- Soft tissue reconstruction after bone sarcoma resection / Scott D. Oates -- Bone sarcomas in the growing child / Valerae O. Lewis and David W. Chang -- Perioperative management of patients with bone sarcomas / Janie Rutledge, Mark S. Pilarczyk, and Alan W. Yasko -- Rehabilitation in orthopedic oncology / Benedict Konzen and Christopher P. Cannon -- Follow-up evaluation and surveillance after treatment of bone sarcomas / Colleen M. Costelloe and Patrick P. Lin.
  • 2005From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Jeffrey O. Hollinger ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2012From: Springer
    Jim S. Wu, Mary G. Hochman.
    Introduction to Bone Tumors -- How to Evaluate a Bone Lesion -- Imaging Modalities -- Cartilage Tumors -- Osseous Tumors -- Fibrous Tumors -- Miscellaneous Tumors -- Bone Metastases -- Bone Tumor Mimickers -- Cases.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Andrea Piccioli, Valentina Gazzaniga, Paola Catalano.
    Part I: 1 The study of ancient bone remains -- 2 Study and data description -- Part II: 3 Traumatic pathologies -- 4 Joint degenerative pathologies -- 5 Oncologic pathologies -- 6 Infective and Metabolic Diseases.
  • Andreina Parisi-Amon.
    Our bones are complex and beautiful structures that highlight that Nature is a masterful materials scientist. These composite structures of minerals, proteins, and cells are capable of maintaining a remarkable, ever-changing balance based on an individual's biomechanical needs. Growing, running, jumping, sitting, sleeping -- all of our actions and inactions are chronicled and inform the processes of new bone formation and old bone resorption. The hierarchical microstructure, building from calcium phosphate nanocrystals embedded in collagen fibers, underscores the importance of mineral and organic components that synergistically contribute to the toughness of bone needed daily. Unfortunately, due to trauma or disease, at times our bones fail and are unable to heal themselves. It is for these instances that the field of Regenerative Medicine works to develop therapies built on expertise from materials science, engineering, and medical fields. Using protein engineering and bone biology as the starting foundation, my thesis work has focused on the development of two protein-engineered biomaterials for the improvement of regenerative medicine therapies focused on osseointegration of implants and bone regeneration. Engineered protein biomaterials harness the extensive toolkit provided to us by Nature, which includes the machinery to synthesize protein materials and myriad functional pieces to mix and match in our novel designs. With these tools I've helped develop an engineered elastin-like protein to be a photocrosslinkable, cell-adhesive, thin-film coating to improve the osseointegration of implants used to stabilize fractures. The material demonstrates increased speed and extent of cell attachment to coated surfaces, serving as proof of principle for use of this material in stimulating integration of coated implants through improved implant-cell interactions. Focusing my attention on non-healing skeletal defects, I worked with MITCH, our Mixing-Induced, Two-Component Hydrogel, to develop it for stem cell delivery and bone regeneration applications. MITCH employs molecular recognition of a peptide domain binding pair for gentle, on-demand, 3D cell encapsulation at constant physiological conditions. Further using this binding strategy to emulate the intimate interface between organic and mineral phases in native bone by crosslinking mineral nanoparticles into the hydrogel network via specific molecular interactions, I created a material capable of delivering adipose-derived stem cells and stimulating fast bone regeneration in critical-size calvarial defects. Regenerative medicine brings together the renewing power of stem cells and the rational design of biomimetic niches to help the body heal when it is incapable of doing so without assistance. Taken together, this body of work validates the strategy of designing protein-engineered biomaterials by taking cues from Nature to further the development of regenerative medicine therapies, improving their success and widespread adoption.
  • 2001From: Ovid
    editor, John D. Loeser ; associate editors, Stephen H. Butler, C. Richard Chapman, Dennis C. Turk ; illustrator, Marjorie Domenowske.
    Also available: Print – 2001
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Takeshi Furuichi and Jo Thompson.
    The bonobo's adaptive potential : social relations under captive conditions / Jeroen M.G. Stevens, Hilde Vervaecke and Linda Van Elsacker -- What does agonistic dominance imply in bonobos? / Tommaso Paoli and Elisabetta Palagi -- Social play in bonobos : not only an immature matter / Elisabetta Palagi and Tommaso Paoli -- Gestures and multimodal signaling in bonobos / Amy S. Pollick, Annette Jeneson and Frans B.M. de Waal -- Longitudinal structure of a unit-group of bonobos : male philopatry and possible fusion of unit-groups / Chie Hashimoto ... [et al.] -- Seasonal changes in fruit production and party size of bonobos at Wamba / Mbangi Mulavwa ... [et al.] -- Relationships among fruit abundance, ranging rate, and party size and composition of bonobos at Wamba / Takeshi Furuichi ... [et al.] -- Bonobo (Pan paniscus) density estimation in the SW-Salonga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo : common methodology revisited / Meike Mohneke and Barbara Fruth -- Ecological factors influencing bonobo density and distribution in the Salonga National Park : applications for population assessment / Gay Edwards Reinartz ... [et al.] -- Range occupation and population estimates of bonobos in the Salonga National Park : application to large-scale surveys of bonobos in the Democratic Republic of Congo / Falk Grossmann ... [et al.] -- Traditional land-use practices for bonobo conservation / Jo Myers Thompson, Lubuta Mbokoso Nestor and Richard Bovundja Kabanda -- Human hunting and its impact on bonobos in the Salonga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo / John A. Hart ... [et al.] -- The bonobos of the Lake Tumba-Lake Maindombe hinterland : threats and opportunities for population conservation / Bila-Isia Inogwabini ... [et al.] -- Changes in the status of bonobos, their habitat, and the situation of humans at Wamba in the Luo Scientific Reserve, Democratic Republic of Congo / Gen'ichi Idani ... [et al.] -- The conservation value of Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary / Claudine André ... [et al.].
  • edited by Cynthia M.A. Geppert and Laura Weiss Roberts.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Ethical foundations of substance abuse treatment / Cynthia M.A. Geppert, Laura Weiss Roberts -- The therapeutic relationship in substance abuse treatment / Jennifer Knapp Manuel, Alyssa A. Forcehimes -- The ethics of harm reduction / William R. Miller -- Ethical issues in the treatment of persons with co-occurring disorders / Christie A. Cline, Kenneth Minkoff -- Cultural and spiritual dimensions of addiction treatment / Kamilla L. Venner, Michael P. Bogenschutz -- Forensic issues in the treatment of addictions / Joseph B. Layde -- Ethical issues in the treatment of women with substance abuse / Diane T. Castillo, Ann Waldorf -- Ethical aspects of the treatment of substance abuse in children and adolescents / Jerald Belitz -- Ethical dilemmas in treating chronic pain in the context of addiction / Joanna G. Katzman, Cynthia M.A. Geppert.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E. ; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Lois W. Choi-Kain, John G. Gunderson, editors.
    In Borderline Personality and Mood Disorders: Comorbidity and Controversy, a panel of distinguished experts reviews the last two decades of progress in scientific inquiry about the relationship between mood and personality disorders and the influence of this empirical data on our ways of conceptualizing and treating them. This comprehensive title opens with an introduction defining general trends both influencing the expansion of the mood disorder spectrum and undermining clinical recognition and focus on personality disorders. The overlaps and differences between MDD and BPD in phenomenology and biological markers are then reviewed, followed by a review of the overlaps and distinctions between more atypical mood disorder variants. Further chapters review the current state of thinking on the distinctions between bipolar disorder and BPD, with attention to problems of misdiagnosis and use of clinical vignettes to illustrate important distinguishing features. Two models explaining the relationship between mood, temperament, and personality are offered, followed by a review of the literature on risk factors and early signs of BPD and mood disorders in childhood through young adulthood as well as a review of the longitudinal studies on BPD and mood disorders. The last segment of the book includes three chapters on treatment. The book closes with a conclusion with a synthesis of the current status of thinking on the relationship between mood and borderline personality disorder. An invaluable contribution to the literature, Borderline Personality and Mood Disorders: Comorbidity and Controversy insightfully addresses the mood and personality disorders realms of psychiatry and outlines that it has moved away from contentious debate and toward the possibility of synthesis, providing increasing clarity on the relationship between mood and personality to inform improvements in clinical management of the convergence of these psychiatric domains in common practice.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Irene M.Ghobrial, Paul G. Richardson, Kenneth C. Anderson, editors.
    Multiple Myeloma (MM) is the second most common type of blood cancer, resulting from an overproduction of cancerous infection-fighting white blood cells, known as plasma cells. Plasma cells are a crucial part of the immune system responsible for the production of antibodies. Bortezomib is a promising anticancer drug targeting the proteasome. This proteasome inhibitor induces cell stress and apoptosis in the cancer cells. While multiple mechanisms are likely to be involved, proteasome inhibition may prevent the degradation of pro-apoptotic factors, permitting activation of programmed cell death in neoplastic cells dependent upon the suppression of proapoptotic pathways. This monograph on bortezomib is a valuable source of information for researchers and clinicians from the fields of oncology and pharmacology, working either in academia or the pharmaceutical industry.
  • 2009Limited to 1 simultaneous usersFrom: ProQuest Ebook Central
  • "Strengthening knowledge and understanding of dietary supplements."
  • 2013From: Springer
    Andreas Rummel, Thomas Binz, editors.
    The extremely potent substance botulinum neurotoxin (BoNT) has attracted much interest in diverse fields. Originally identified as cause for the rare but deadly disease botulism, military and terrorist intended to misuse this sophisticated molecule as biological weapon. This caused its classification as select agent category A by the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention and the listing in the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. Later, the civilian use of BoNT as long acting peripheral muscle relaxant has turned this molecule into an indispensable pharmaceutical world wide with annual revenues >$1.5 billion.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    Joseph Jankovic, chief editor ; Alberto Albanese [and others].
    The new, therapeutically-focused Botulinum Toxin presents comprehensive, cross-disciplinary guidance on current practices, covering more than 100 non-cosmetic conditions that occur in neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pain medicine, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, urology, orthopedics, and surgery. International contributors review the current understanding of the biology and cellular mechanisms along with relevant research so you can easily apply them to the pathophysiology of the numerous disorders that botulinum toxin is used to treat, such as botulinum toxin applications for the treatment of cranial-cervical dystonias, motor disorders in cerebral palsy, bruxism and temporomandibular disorders, headache, overactive bladder, chronic pelvic pain syndromes, arthritis joint pain, and wound healing. With discussions of the latest in approved treatment practices as well as new and emerging uses, you'll get in-depth management guidance on the application of the toxin. Provides clinical applications of botulinum toxin for over 100 disorders for immediate access and easy reference during practice and treatment. Covers a broad array of hot topics, including botulinum toxin applications for the treatment of cranial-cervical dystonias, motor disorders in cerebral palsy, bruxism and temporomandibular disorders, headache, overactive bladder, chronic pelvic pain syndromes, arthritis joint pain, and wound healing. Focuses on approved uses with expert advice on thoroughly tested applications but also discusses new and emerging applications to expose you to additional treatment options. Presents the most comprehensive and up-to-date material available so you get all the information you need from this one resource. Offers the cross-disciplinary guidance of the best world-class expertise through an authoritative, international group of authors who demonstrate the applications of botulinum toxin across various specialties.
  • 2007From: Springer
    [edited by] Mauricio de Maio & Berthold Rzany.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Michael B. Chancellor, Christopher P. Smith.
    Safety and General Principles of Botulinum Toxin Therapies: Pearls From Across Medical Fields -- Biology and Mechanism of Action -- Botulinum Toxin for Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity -- Overactive Bladder and Idiopathic Detrusor Overactivity -- BoNT for Bladder and Pelvic Pain -- Pediatric Botulinum Toxin Applications -- Botulinum Toxin Injection for Prostate Disorders -- Sphincter and Pelvic Floor Disorders Applications -- Non-urological Uses of Toxin with Genitourinary Insight -- Health Economics of Botulinum Toxin Application -- Perspectives from Around the World: Panorama of Where We Are and Where We Are Going.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Alastair Carruthers, Jean Carruthers.
    Botulinum Toxin, a volume in the Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series, helps you keep up with the growing demand for non-invasive procedures and provide the optimum results your patients expect. Evidence-based, procedural how-to's and step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade equip you to successfully incorporate the very latest botulinum injection techniques into your busy practice! Offer your patients the best care and avoid pitfalls. Evidence-based findings and practical tips equip you with the knowledge you need to recommend and discuss the most effective treatment options with your patients. Know how to vary your technique for patients with darker skin types, and learn alternate approaches used internationally. Expand your repertoire and refine your skills with a wealth of color illustrations, photographs, and procedural videos depicting cases as they appear in practice.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Bahman Jabbari.
    This book provides an authoritative overview of botulinum neurotoxin (BoNT) treatment menus for 14 pain categories with an evidence based literature review on each pain disorder, illustrative figures along with brief video clips showing the techniques and patient interviews. Introductory chapters cover basic information about the mechanism, function and the analgesic effects of the BoNTs based on the data derived from animal studies. Clinical chapters define pain in conditions such as post-herpetic and post-traumatic neuralgias, plantar fasciitis, low back pain, post-surgical pain syndromes and migraine in detail, provide discussion of current modes of treatment and updated information on BoNT therapy. Each chapter also includes illustrative case histories. Botulinum Toxin Treatment of Pain Disorders will prove an invaluable resource for clinicians and researchers involved in the treatment of pain disorders including neurologists, pain medicine specialists, anesthesiologists, internists, those conducting research in pharmacology and toxicology as well as students in these areas.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Sylvain Mazars.
  • 2005From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Steven Laureys.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2007From: Ovid
    editor, Phillip M. Devlin.
    Radiobiologic concepts for brachytherapy / Alexandra J. Stewart and Bleddyn Jones -- Technical physics support for brachytherapy / Robert A. Cormack ... [et al.] -- Head and neck brachytherapy / Peter Han ... [et al.] -- Central nervous system brachytherapy / Arnab Chakravarti, Thomas F. DeLaney, and Jay S. Loeffler -- Breast brachytherapy / Joseph R. Kelley ... [et al.] -- Thoracic brachytherapy / Subhakar Mutyala and David J. Sugarbaker -- Gastrointestinal brachytherapy / Brian G. Czito ... [et al.] -- Prostate brachytherapy / Caroline L. Holloway ... [et al.] -- Gynecologic brachytherapy / Akila N. Viswanathan and Daniel G. Petereit -- Soft tissue sarcoma brachytherapy / Chandrajit P. Raut and Michele Albert -- Vascular brachytherapy / Huan Giap and Prahbakar Tripuraneni -- Role of brachytherapy in pediatrics / Thomas E. Merchant and Matthew J. Krasin -- Establishing a brachytherapy practice / Gerard Walsh ... [et al.].
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    edited by David X. Cifu ; associate editors, Darryl L. Kaelin, Karen J. Kowalske, Henry L. Lew, Michelle A. Miller, Kristjan T. Ragnarsson, Gregory Worsowicz.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Robert B. Daroff, Joseph Jankovic, John C. Mazziotta, Scott L. Pomeroy.
    Diagnosis of neurological disease -- Episodic impairment of consciousness -- Falls and drop attacks -- Delirium -- Stupor and coma -- Brain death, vegetative state, and minimally conscious states -- Intellectual and memory impairments -- Global developmental delay and regression -- Behavior and personality disturbances -- Depression and psychosis in neurological practice -- Limb apraxias and related disorders -- Agnosias -- Aphasia and aphasic syndromes -- Dysarthria and apraxia of speech -- Neurogenic dysphagia -- Visual loss -- Abnormalities of the optic nerve and retina -- Pupillary and eyelid abnormalities -- Disturbances of smell and taste -- Cranial and facial pain -- Brainstem syndromes -- Ataxic and cerebellar disorders -- Diagnosis and assessment of Parkinson disease and other movement disorders -- Gait disorders -- Hemiplegia and monoplegia -- Paraplegia and spinal cord syndromes -- Proximal, distal, and generalized weakness -- Muscle pain and cramps -- Hypotonic (floppy) infant -- Sensory abnormalities of the limbs, trunk, and face -- Arm and neck pain -- Lower back and lower limb pain -- Laboratory investigations in diagnosis and management of neurological disease -- Electroencephalography and evoked potentials -- Clinical electromyography -- Neuromodulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation -- Deep brain stimulation -- Intraoperative monitoring -- Structural imaging using magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography -- Vascular imaging : computed tomographic angiography, magnetic resonance angiography, and ultrasound -- Functional neuroimaging : functional magnetic resonance imaging, positron emission tomography, and single-photon emission computed tomography -- Chemical imaging : ligands and pathology-seeking agents -- Neuropsychology -- Neuro-ophthalmology : ocular motor system -- Neuro-ophthalmology : afferent visual system -- Neuro-otology : diagnosis and management of neuro-otological disorders -- Neurourology -- Sexual dysfunctions in neurological disorders -- Neuroepidemiology -- Clinical neurogenetics -- Neuroimmunology -- Neuroendocrinology -- Management of neurological disease -- Principles of pain management -- Principles of neurointensive care -- Principles of neurointerventional therapy -- Neurological rehabilitation -- Neurological complications of systemic disease : adults -- Neurological complications of systemic disease : children -- Basic neuroscience of neurotrauma -- Sports and performance concussion -- Craniocerebral trauma -- Spinal cord trauma -- Trauma of the nervous system : peripheral nerve trauma -- Ischemic cerebrovascular disease -- Intracerebral hemorrhage -- Intracranial aneurysms and subarachnoid hemorrhage -- Stroke in children -- Spinal cord vascular disease -- Central nervous system vasculitis -- Epidemiology of brain tumors -- Pathology and molecular genetics -- Clinical features of brain tumors and complications of their treatment -- Primary nervous system tumors in adults -- Primary nervous system tumors in infants and children -- Nervous system metastases -- Neurological manifestations of human immunodeficiency virus infection in adults -- Viral encephalitis and meningitis -- Bacterial, fungal and parasitic diseases of the nervous system -- Multiple sclerosis and other inflammatory demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system -- Paraneoplastic disorders of the nervous system -- Autoimmune encephalitis with antibodies to cell surface antigens -- Anoxic-ischemic encephalopathy -- Toxic and metabolic encephalopathies -- Deficiency diseases of the nervous system -- Effects of toxins and physical agents on the nervous system -- Effects of drug abuse on the nervous system -- Brain edema and disorders of cerebrospinal fluid circulation -- Developmental disorders of the nervous system -- Autism and other developmental disabilities -- Inborn errors of metabolism and the nervous system -- Neurodegenerative disease processes -- Mitochondrial disorders -- Prion diseases -- Alzheimer disease and other dementias -- Parkinson disease and other movement disorders -- Disorders of the cerebellum, including the degenerative ataxias -- Disorders of upper and lower motor neurons -- Channelopathies : episodic and electrical disorders of the nervous system -- Neurocutaneous syndromes -- Epilepsies -- Sleep and its disorders -- Headache and other craniofacial pain -- Cranial neuropathies -- Disorders of bones, joints, ligaments, and meninges -- Disorders of nerve Roots and plexuses -- Disorders of peripheral nerves -- Disorders of the autonomic nervous system -- Disorders of neuromuscular transmission -- Disorders of skeletal muscle -- Neurological problems of the newborn -- Neurological problems of pregnancy -- Functional and dissociative (psychogenic) neurological symptoms.
  • 2010From: ScienceDirect
    Charles Watson, Matthew Kirkcaldie, George Paxinos.
    Chapter 1. Nerve cells and synapses -- Chapter 2. Central nervous system basics- the brain and spinal cord -- Chapter 3. A map of the brain -- Chapter 4. Peripheral nerves -- Chapter 5. Command and control- the motor systems -- Chapter 6. Gathering information- the sensory systems -- Chapter 7. The human cerebral cortex -- Chapter 8. Higher level functions consciousness, learning, memory, and emotions -- Chapter 9. When things go wrong- brain disease and injury -- Chapter 10. The development of the brain and spinal cord -- Chapter 11. Techniques for studying the brain.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by David R. Riddle.
    Changes in cognitive function in human aging / Elizabeth Glisky -- Successful versus unsuccessful cognitive aging in Rhesus monkeys / Mark B. Moss ... [et al.] -- Neuropsychology of cognitive aging in rodents / Joshua S. Rodefer -- Design-based stereology in brain aging research / Cristoph Schmitz -- The effects of normal aging on nerve fibers and neuroglia in the central nervous system / Alan Peters -- Neurogenesis in the adult and aging brain / David R. Riddle -- Expression profile analysis of brain aging / Steve Ginsberg -- Subtle alterations in glutamatergic synapses underlie the aging-related declines in hippocampal function / Lei Shi, Michelle Adams, and Judy Brunso-Bechtold -- Assessment of second messenger function in the hippocampus of aged rats with cognitive impairment / Michelle M. Nicolle, H. Zhang, Jennifer L. Bizon -- Neurophysiology of old neurons and synapses / Ashok Kumar and Thomas C. Foster -- Imaging cognition in the aging human brain / Trey Hedden -- Regulation of cerebrovascular aging / William Sonntag, Jeremy Ingraham, and Delrae Eckman -- Stress and glucocorticoid contributions to normal and pathological aging / Ki A. Goosens and Robert Sapolsky -- Altered calcium homeostasis in old neurons / Emil Toescu -- Oxidative stress in aging / Jennifer Vila and Paula C. Bickford. Changes in cognitive function in human aging / Elizabeth L. Glisky -- Successful vs. unsuccessful aging in the Rhesus monkey / Mark B. Moss ... [et al.] -- Neuropsychology of cognitive aging in rodents / Joshua S. Rodefer and Mark G. Baxter -- Design-based stereology in brain aging research / Cristoph Schmitz and Patrick R. Hof -- The effects of normal aging on nerve fibers and neuroglia in the central nervous system / Alan Peters -- Neurogenesis in the adult and aging brain / David R. Riddle and Robin J. Lichtenwalner -- Expression profile analysis of brain aging / Stephen D. Ginsberg -- Subtle alterations in glutamatergic synapses underlie the aging-related decline in hippocampal function / Lei Shi, Michelle Adams, and Judy K. Brunso-Bechtold -- Assessment of second messenger function in the hippocampus of aged rats with cognitive impairment / Michelle M. Nicolle, Hai-Yan Zhang, and Jennifer L. Bizon -- Neurophysiology of old neurons and synapses / Ashok Kumar and Thomas C. Foster -- Imaging cognition in the aging human brain / Trey Hedden -- Regulation of cerebrovascular aging / William E. Sonntag ... [et al.] -- Stress and glucocorticoid contributions to normal and pathological aging / Ki A. Goosens and Robert M. Sapolsky -- Altered calcium homeostasis in old neurons / Emil C. Toescu -- Oxidative stress and the aging brain: from theory to prevention / Carmelina Gemma ... [et al.].
  • 2012From: Springer
    Mahendra K. Thakur, Suresh I.S. Rattan, editors.
    Brain Aging: A Critical Reappraisal / Mahendra K. Thakur, Arpita Konar, Akash Gautam -- Base Excision DNA Repair: The House Keeping Guardian for Genomic Stability in the Brain / Umakanta Swain, Kalluri Subba Rao -- Role of Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor as a Modulator of Synaptic Plasticity / Yasuyuki Ishikawa, Masami Kojima -- Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Sporadic Alzheimer's Disease: Mechanisms, Consequences and Interventions / Sasanka Chakrabarti, Maitrayee Sinha -- Brain Aging: Influence of Early-Life Events on Late-Life Brain Disorders / Debomoy K. Lahiri -- The Importance of the Environment in Brain Aging: Be Happy, Live Longer! / Mónica De la Fuente, Lorena Arranz -- Consequences of Altered Mortalin Expression in Control of Cell Proliferation and Brain Function / Renu Wadhwa, Sunil C. Kaul -- Age- Induced Alterations in Biological Clock: Therapeutic Effects of Melatonin / Anita Jagota -- Neurolipofuscin in Aging and Aluminum-Induced Aging: Possible Therapeutic Interventions / Mahdi Hasan, Sandeep Tripathi, Abbas A. Mahdi -- Dietary Restriction as a Potential Intervention to Retard Age-associated Impairment of Brain Functions / Gurcharan Kaur, Sukhwinder S. Lakhman -- Understanding Mechanism of Action of Herbal Drugs in Age Related Degenerative Brain Disorders / Maheep Bhatnagar, Ayushi Jain, Neha Jaiswal -- Neurodegeneration in Hypoxia: Implications in Aging / Kalpana Barhwal Hota, Sunil Kumar Hota -- Stress and Memory: from Mechanisms to Long-Lasting Consequences / Harmen J. Krugers, Marian Joels -- Estrogen-Mediated Neuroprotection: Hope to Combat Neuronal Degeneration and Synaptic Plasticity Post-menopause / Raj D. Mehra, Mukesh K. Varshney, Pavan Kumar -- Potential Therapeutic Targets for Improving Memory Impairments and Dementia: Clues Obtained from Memory-Enhanced Mice / Shogo Endo -- Potential Beneficial Effects of a Diet with Walnuts in Aging and Alzheimer's Disease / Abha Chauhan, Ved Chauhan -- Smart Dietary Interventions and Prevention of Cognitive Decline with Aging / S. Asha Devi -- Herbal Cognitive Enhancers: New Developments and Challenges for Therapeutic Applications / Andrea Zangara, Keith A. Wesnes.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Andreas Steck, Barbara Steck.
    CHAPTER 1 -- I CONSCIOUSNESS -- The Problem of Consciousness -- Neurobiology of Consciousness Models of Consciousness -- The Global Workspace Model -- The Dynamic Core Model -- Epilogue -- Conscious Perception -- The Embodied Mind -- Understanding the Human Brain by Studying Large Scale Networks -- Challenges -- II CLINICAL VIEW OF CONSCIOUSNESS -- Introduction -- The Pathophysiology of Reduced Consciousness -- The Construction of the Conscious Brain -- The Hierarchy of Consciousness -- When Consciousness Fades -- Anesthesia -- Minimally Conscious State -- Altered Consciousness in Neurological Disorders -- Disconnection and Neglect -- Epilepsy -- Narcolepsy -- Alzheimer's disease -- CHAPTER 2 -- I MEMORY -- Introduction -- Different Types of Memory -- The Dynamics of Memory Traces -- The Molecular Biology of Memory -- Neurogenesis: Links to Memory and Behavior -- II CLINICAL VIEW OF MEMORY -- The Memory Machinery -- Infantile Amnesia -- Mind, Time and Memory -- Mind and Time in Childhood and Adolescence -- Re-transcription of Memory -- Emotions and Memory -- Amnesias and Memory Disorders -- Transient Global Amnesia -- Chronic or Progressive Amnestic Disorders -- CHAPTER 3 -- I EMOTIONS -- Evolving Concept of the Limbic System -- Emotion and Behavior -- Emotional Systems -- The Role of the Frontal Lobe -- Social Emotion and Social Norm -- II THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF -- Brain Development and the Self -- Psychological and Self -- Development -- True and False Self -- Early Parent -- Child Relationship -- Parenthood -- Early Relationship Disorders -- CHAPTER 4 -- I LANGUAGE -- The Evolutionary Origin of Language -- The Classical Language Regions -- The Language Network -- The Neural Basis of Speech Perception and Language -- Language Learning Disorders -- II COMMUNICATION -- Introduction -- Gestural Communication -- Social Interactions or Proto-Conversations -- Speech and Language -- III MUSIC -- Introduction -- Music and the Brain -- Music in Early Human Development -- The Emotional Power of Music -- CHAPTER 5 -- STRESS AND TRAUMA -- Stress and the Brain -- Neurobiological Responses to Stress -- Stress and Mental Disorders -- New Avenues for Treatment -- Psychic Trauma -- Concepts -- Psychic Trauma in Children -- Psychobiological Aspects -- Psychodynamic Aspects -- Symptoms and Phases of Psychic Trauma -- Familial Aspects -- Post-Traumatic Consequences -- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders -- Risk for Psychic Traumatization -- Children of Mentally or Somatically Ill Parents -- Psychotherapeutic Interventions -- Adoption -- CHAPTER 6 -- I PAIN AND MIND-BODY -- Introduction -- Pain Mechanisms and Functions -- The Affective Pain System -- Notes on Chronic Pain -- II SOMATIZATION -- PSYCHOSOMATICS -- The Mind -- Body Dilemma -- Psychosomatics -- Speaking Body, Speechless Mind -- Somatization in Children and Adolescents -- CHAPTER 7 -- RESILIENCE -- A Dynamic Concept -- Gene -- Environment -- Interactions -- Adoption -- Development -- Temperament -- Stress -- Depression -- Attachment -- Resilience promotion -- CHAPTER 8 -- GRIEF -- Introduction -- Prolonged Grief Disorder or Complicated Grief -- Grief in Children and Adolescents -- Pathological Grief and Secret -- Transgenerational Transmission of Traumatic Events -- Neurobiology of Grief and Depression -- New Treatments for Depression -- CHAPTER 9 -- DREAMS AND THE DREAMING BRAIN -- History -- The 24-Hour Brain -- Neurophysiology of Dreams -- Transition States of Sleep -- Functions of Dreams -- Lucid Dreaming -- Daydreaming -- Nightmares -- Music in Dreams -- Dream Work in Psychotherapy -- CHAPTER 10 -- NOTES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY -- Introduction -- Dialogue between Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience -- Transference and Intersubjective Relationship -- Interpretation / Intervention -- Psychoanalytical Therapy for Patients with Adverse Childhood Experiences -- Psychotherapy in Children and Adolescents -- Indication for Psychoanalytical Therapy -- Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy -- Play -- Psychoanalytical Therapeutic Group Psychodrama -- Psychopharmacological Treatment -- Narratives -- Introduction -- Narratives in Psychotherapy.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Arturas Petronis, Jonathan Mill editors.
    1. Posttranslational histone modifications and the neurobiology of psychosis -- 2. Epigenetic regulation of GABAergic targets in psychiatry -- 3. Possible roles of DNA methylation in bipolar disorder -- 4. The epigenetics of depression and suicide -- 5. Epidemiology research adn epigenetics: translational epidemiology of schizophrenia -- 6. Environmental studies as a tool for detecting epigenetic mechanisms in schizophrenia -- 7. Imprinting, inactivation and the behavioural genetics of the X chromosomes -- 8. The strategies of the genes: genomic conflicts, attachment theory, and development of the social brain -- 9. Genomic imprinting effects on brain and behavior: future directions -- 10. Epigenetic influence of the social environment -- 11. Toward an understanding of the dynamic interdependence of genes and environment in the regulation of phenotype -- 12. Histone deacetylase inhibitors: a novel therapeutic approach for cognitive disorders -- 13. Epigenetic mechanisms of memory consolidation -- 14. Epigenetic methanisms in memory formation.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Erol Başar.
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
  • 2015From: CogNet
    Dana H. Ballard.
    Brain computation -- Brain overview -- Neurons and circuits -- Cortical memory -- Programs via reinforcement -- Sensory-motor routines -- Motor routines -- Operating system -- Decision making -- Emotions -- Consciousness.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Maureen Clerc, Laurent Bougrain, Fabien Lotte.
    Anatomy of the nervous system -- Functional neuroimaging -- Cerebral electrogenesis -- Physiological markers for controlling active and reactive BCIs -- Neurophysiological markers for passive brain-computer interfaces -- Electroencephalography data preprocessing -- EEG feature extraction -- Analysis of extracellular recordings -- Statistical learning for BCIs -- Adaptive methods in machine learning -- Human learning for brain-computer interfaces -- Brain-computer interfaces for human-computer interaction -- Brain training with neurofeedback.
  • 2016From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Damien Coyle.
    Part I: User training. Advances in user-training for mental-imagery-based BCI control: Psychological and cognitive factors and their neural correlates / C. Jeunet, B. N?Kaoua, F. Lotte -- Part II: Non-invasive decoding of 3D hand and arm movements. From classic motor imagery to complex movement intention decoding: The noninvasive Graz-BCI approach / G.R. Müller-Putz, A. Schwarz, J. Pereira, P. Ofner -- 3D hand motion trajectory prediction from EEG mu and beta bandpower / A. Korik, R. Sosnik, N. Siddique, D. Coyle -- Multisession, noninvasive closed-loop neuroprosthetic control of grasping by upper limb amputees / H.A. Agashe, A.Y. Paek, J.L. Contreras-Vidal -- Part III: Patients studies and clinical applications. Brain?computer interfaces in the completely locked-in state and chronic stroke / U. Chaudhary, N. Birbaumer, A. Ramos-Murguialday -- Brain?machine interfaces for rehabilitation of poststroke hemiplegia / J. Ushiba, S.R. Soekadar -- Neural and cortical analysis of swallowing and detection of motor imagery of swallow for dysphagia rehabilitation?A review / H. Yang, K.K. Ang, C. Wang, K.S. Phua, C. Guan -- A cognitive brain?computer interface for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis / M.R. Hohmann, T. Fomina, V. Jayaram, N. Widmann, C. Förster, J. Just, M. Synofzik, B. Schölkopf, L. Schöls, M. Grosse-Wentrup -- Brain?computer interfaces for patients with disorders of consciousness / R.M. Gibson, A.M. Owen, D. Cruse -- Part IV: Non-medical applications. A passive brain?computer interface application for the mental workload assessment on professional air traffic controllers during realistic air traffic control tasks / P. Aricò, G. Borghini, G. Di Flumeri, A. Colosimo, S. Pozzi, F. Babiloni -- 3D graphics, virtual reality, and motion-onset visual evoked potentials in neurogaming / R. Beveridge, S. Wilson, D. Coyle -- Part V: BCI in practice and usability considerations. Interfacing brain with computer to improve communication and rehabilitation after brain damage / A. Riccio, F. Pichiorri, F. Schettini, J. Toppi, M. Risetti, R. Formisano, M. Molinari, L. Astolfi, F. Cincotti, D. Mattia -- BCI in practice / D.J. McFarland, T.M. Vaughan.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Gerd Grübler, Elisabeth Hildt, editors.
    This volume summarizes the ethical, social and cultural contexts of interfacing brains and computers. It is intended for the interdisciplinary community of BCI stakeholders. Insofar, engineers, neuroscientists, psychologists, physicians, care-givers and also users and their relatives are concerned. For about the last twenty years brain-computer-interfaces (BCIs) have been investigated with increasing intensity and have in principle shown their potential to be useful tools in diagnostics, rehabilitation and assistive technology. The central promise of BCI technology is enabling severely impaired people in mobility, grasping, communication, and entertainment. Successful applications are for instance communication devices enabling locked-in patients in staying in contact with their environment, or prostheses enabling paralysed people in reaching and grasping. In addition to this, it serves as an introduction to the whole field of BCI for any interested reader. -- Provided by publisher.
  • 2005From: Springer
    Mircea Steriade and Robert W. McCarley.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2009From: Springer
    Usiakimi Igbaseimokumo.
  • 2010From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Carl Zimmer.
    The human brain has long been a mystery, but twenty-first century science is beginning to reveal some of its inner workings. With microscopes and brain scans, with psychological experiments and breakthroughs in genetics, neuroscientists are developing new theories about every aspect of our minds--from the nature of consciousness to the causes of disorders like autism and schizophrenia. In Brain Cuttings, award-winning science writer Carl Zimmer takes readers on fascinating explorations of the frontiers of research, shedding light on our innermost existence--the speed of thought, our perception o.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Dimitri Novitzky, David K. C. Cooper, editors.
    Introduction -- Historical Aspects of the Diagnosis of Death -- The Determination of Brain Death -- Legal Aspects of Declaration of Brain Death and Organ Donation.-Ethical Aspects of Declaration of Brain Death and Organ Donation -- Pathophysiology of Brain Death in Small Animal Models.-Pathophysiology of Brain Death and Effects of Hormonal Therapy in Large Animal Models.-The Efficacy of Thyroid Hormone Therapy in Brain-Dead Heart Donors: A Review of Thyroid Function in Health and Disease.-The Inflammatory Response to Brain Death -- The Influence of Brain Death and Intensive Care Management on Donor Organs: Assessment of Inflammatory Markers.-Brain-Death-Induced Inflammation: Possible Role of the Cholinergic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway -- Innate Immunity and Injury During Brain Death: Opportunities for Intervention -- Selection of the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Infectious Disease Aspects of the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Malignancy in the Brain-Dead Organ Donor -- Early Clinical Experience of Hormonal Therapy in the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Assessment, Monitoring, and Management of the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Assessment, Monitoring and Management of Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donors in Europe -- Current Management of Brain Dead Donors in Australia -- Management of the Brain-Dead Organ Donor--Perspectives of the Transplant Coordinator.-Surgical Aspects of Thoracic and Abdominal Organ Procurement from Brain-Dead Donors -- Impact of Brain Death on Storage of the Heart -- Impact of Brain Death on Abdominal Organs and Allograft Preservation Strategies -- Functional Repair of Brain Death-Induced Injury.-Functional Repair of Brain-Death-Injured Donor Lungs -- Thyroid Hormone Therapy to the Recipient of a Heart from a Brain-Dead Donor -- Current and Potential Future Trends in the Management of the Brain-Dead Organ Donor.-Maximizing Utilization of the Potential Deceased Donor--The Challenge Continues.Introduction -- Historical Aspects of the Diagnosis of Death -- The Determination of Brain Death -- Legal Aspects of Declaration of Brain Death and Organ Donation.-Ethical Aspects of Declaration of Brain Death and Organ Donation -- Pathophysiology of Brain Death in Small Animal Models.-Pathophysiology of Brain Death and Effects of Hormonal Therapy in Large Animal Models.-The Efficacy of Thyroid Hormone Therapy in Brain-Dead Heart Donors: A Review of Thyroid Function in Health and Disease.-The Inflammatory Response to Brain Death -- The Influence of Brain Death and Intensive Care Management on Donor Organs: Assessment of Inflammatory Markers.-Brain-Death-Induced Inflammation: Possible Role of the Cholinergic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway -- Innate Immunity and Injury During Brain Death: Opportunities for Intervention -- Selection of the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Infectious Disease Aspects of the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Malignancy in the Brain-Dead Organ Donor -- Early Clinical Experience of Hormonal Therapy in the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Assessment, Monitoring, and Management of the Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donor -- Assessment, Monitoring and Management of Brain-Dead Potential Organ Donors in Europe -- Current Management of Brain Dead Donors in Australia -- Management of the Brain-Dead Organ Donor--Perspectives of the Transplant Coordinator.-Surgical Aspects of Thoracic and Abdominal Organ Procurement from Brain-Dead Donors -- Impact of Brain Death on Storage of the Heart -- Impact of Brain Death on Abdominal Organs and Allograft Preservation Strategies -- Functional Repair of Brain Death-Induced Injury.-Functional Repair of Brain-Death-Injured Donor Lungs -- Thyroid Hormone Therapy to the Recipient of a Heart from a Brain-Dead Donor -- Current and Potential Future Trends in the Management of the Brain-Dead Organ Donor.-Maximizing Utilization of the Potential Deceased Donor--The Challenge Continues.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Calixto Machado.
  • Eelco F.M. Wijdicks.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    History of brain death -- Neurology of brain death -- Beliefs about brain death -- Critics and brain death -- Procurement after brain death -- Clinical problems in brain death.
  • 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Simon G. Sprecher.
    Immunostaining of the Developing Embryonic and Larval Drosophila Brain -- Non-Fluorescent RNA In Situ-Hybridization Combined with Antibody Staining to Visualize Multiple Gene Expression Patterns in the Embryonic Brain of Drosophila -- Analysis of Complete Neuroblast Cell Lineages in the Drosophila Embryonic Brain via DiI-Labeling -- Flybow to Dissect Circuit Assembly in the Drosophila Brain -- Immunofluorescent Labeling of Neural Stem Cells in the Drosophila Optic Lobe -- Using MARCM to Study Drosophila Brain Development -- Dye Coupling and Immunostaining of Astrocyte-Like Glia Following Intracellular Injection of Fluorochromes in Brain Slices of the Grasshopper, Schistocerca gregaria -- Methods in Brain Development of Molluscs -- In Situ Hybridization and Immunostaining of Xenopus Brain -- Microinjection Manipulations in the Elucidation of Xenopus Brain Development -- Morpholino Studies in Xenopus Brain Development -- Sensitive Whole-Mount Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization in Zebrafish Using Enhanced Tyramide Signal Amplification -- Dynamic Neuroanatomy at Subcellular Resolution in the Zebrafish -- Anatomical Dissection of Zebrafish Brain Development -- Immunohistochemistry and In Situ Hybridization in the Developing Chicken Brain -- Transplantation of Neural Tissue: Quail-Chick Chimeras -- RNAi-Based Gene Silencing in Chicken Brain Development -- Immunohistochemistry and RNA In Situ Hybridization in Mouse Brain Development -- In Utero Electroporation to Study Mouse Brain Development -- The Cre/Lox System to Assess the Development of the Mouse Brain.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Gerhard M. Technau.
    The development of the Drosophila larval brain -- Anteroposterior regionalization of the brain: genetic and comparative aspects -- Dorsoventral patterning of the brain: a comparative approach -- Dissection of the embryonic brain using photoactivated gene expression -- Design of the larval chemosensory system -- Development of the Drosophila olfactory system -- The olfactory sensory map in drosophila -- Optic lobe development -- Clonal unit architecture of the adult fly brain.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2012From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by David R. Brown.
    This book describes the latest research on neurodegenerative disease and metal-binding proteins. It lays strong emphasis on biochemistry and cell biology. The diseases covered in the book include Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, prion disease, and ALS. The chapters separately examine such issues as mechanisms of metal binding, metal-induced structural changes in proteins, alterations in cellular metal metabolism in disease, and attempts at a therapeutic approach based on protein metal binding.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    edited by Robert D. Stevens, Tarek Sharshar, E. Wesley Ely.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Hermann Haken.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Hermann Haken.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by J.T. Hoff ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by Z. Czernicki ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2013From: Springer
    edited by Yoichi Katayama, Takeshi Maeda, and Toshihiko Kuroiwa.
    Historical review -- Ischemia & hemorrhage -- Trauma (experimental) -- Trauma (clinical) -- Cerebral Hemorrhage -- Tumor -- Hydrocephalus & intracranial pressure (ICP) -- Neuromonitoring & neuroimaging -- Treatments -- Blood brain barrier, miscellaneous.
    Also available: Print – 201
  • 2016From: Springer
    Richard L. Applegate, Gang Chen, Hua Feng, John H. Zhang, editors.
    Brain Edema and Anesthesia -- Clinical Management of brain edema -- Neural ICU and edema management updates -- Preconditioning symposium for edema and cellular injury -- Microglia in edema and cell death -- Opioid receptor and brain injury -- Energy metabolism after brain injury -- Metal ion in brain edema and tissue injury -- Vascular biology of brain edema -- Brain edema in pediatric neurological disorders -- Hemorrhage or stroke edema section -- CNS trauma section -- Neuroimaging of brain edema: advances and biomarkers -- Neurobehavioral testing for brain edema assessment -- Brain edema and cellular treatment -- HBO, NBO and other medical gas for edema and tissue protection -- New treatments and/or technologies for edema and cell death.
  • 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Johannes Hirrlinger, Helle S. Waagepetersen.
    Determination of CO2 Production in Subcellular Preparations like Synaptosomes and Isolated Mitochondria Using 14C-Labeled Substrates and Radioactive CO2 Measurements -- Transport of Lactate: Characterization of the Transporters Involved in Transport at the Plasma Membrane by Heterologous Protein Expression in Xenopus Oocytes -- Primary Cultures of Astrocytes and Neurons as Model Systems to Study the Metabolism and Metabolite Export from Brain Cells -- Metabolic Mapping of Astrocytes and Neurons in Culture Using Stable Isotopes and Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) -- Metabolic Flux Analysis Tools to Investigate Brain Metabolism In Vitro -- Fluorescent Nanosensor Based Flux Analysis: Overview and the Example of Glucose -- Mitochondrial Bioenergetics Assessed by Functional Fluorescence Dyes -- RNA Interference as a Tool to Selectively Down-Modulate Protein Function -- Localizing and Quantifying Metabolites In Situ with Luminometry: Induced Metabolic Bioluminescence Imaging (imBI) -- A Chip Off the Old Block: The Brain Slice as a Model for Metabolic Studies of Brain Compartmentation and Neuropharmacology -- Integrated Measurements of Electrical Activity, Oxygen Tension, Blood Flow, and Ca2+-Signaling in Rodents In Vivo -- Measuring Cerebral Hemodynamics and Energy Metabolism by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy -- Compartmental Analysis of Metabolism by 13C Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy -- Positron Emission Tomography of Brain Glucose Metabolism with [18F]Fluorodeoxyglucose in Humans.
  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Alexander Dityatev, Bernhard Wehrle-Haller, Asla Pitkänen.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Martin M. Monti, Walter G. Sannita, editors.
  • 2008From: Thieme Book
    Klaus Sartor, Stefan Haehnel, Bodo Kress.
    Trauma -- Cerebral contusion -- Diffuse axonal injury -- Subdural hematoma (SDH) -- Epidural hematoma -- Traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage -- Cerebral edema -- Herniation syndromes -- Skull fracture -- Inflammation -- Multiple sclerosis (MS) -- Postinfectious encephalomyelitis (ADEM) -- Herpes simplex encephalitis -- Cerebral abscess - Meningitis -- Cerebral vasculitis -- Toxoplasmosis -- Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML) -- Tuberculosis of the CNS -- CNS cysticercosis -- Aneurysms -- Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) -- Saccular aneurysm -- Fusiform aneurysm --Vascular malformations -- Cavernous hemangioma -- Venous dysplasia -- Capillary telangiectasia -- Pial arteriovenous malformation (AVM) -- Cranial dural arteriovenous fistula -- Variants of vascular anatomy -- Vascular compression syndromes -- Stroke -- Ischemic brain infarction -- Cerebral microangiopathy -- Primary intracerebral hemorrhage --- Amyloid angiopathy -- Vascular dissection -- Impaired venous drainage -- Diffuse hypoxic brain damage -- Tumors -- Meningioma - Higher grade gliomas -- Brain metastasis -- Low-grade astrocytoma -- Primary CNS lymphoma -- Sellar masses -- Nerve sheath tumors -- Oligodendroglioma -- Pilocytic astrocytoma -- Medulloblastoma -- Pineal tumors -- Epidermoid -- Embryonal tumors -- Ependymoma -- Glioneuronal tumors -- Hemangioblastoma -- Gilomatosis cerebri --Choroid plexus papilloma -- Cysts -- Arachnoid cyst -- Virchow-Robin spaces -- Pineal cyst -- Colloid cyst -- Rathke cleft cyst -- Choroid plexus cyst -- Meninges -- Meningeal carcinomatosis -- Reactive memingeal enhancement -- CNS sarcoidosis -- Ventricles and cisterns -- Obstructive hydrocephalus -- Idiopathic normal-pressure hyudrocephalus -- Pseudotumor cerebri -- Leukoencephalopathies -- Wallerian degeneration -- Alzheimer disease -- Central pontine myelinolysis -- Toxic leukoencephalopathies -- Reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy -- Multiple system atrophy -- Wilson Disease -- Hepatic encephalopathy -- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) -- Wernicke encephhalopathy -- Superficial siderosis of the brain -- Congenital malformations -- Chiari malformations -- Defective migration -- Anomalies of the corpus callosum -- Dandy-Walker complex -- Periventricular leukomalacia (PVL) -- Neurofibromatosis type 1 (Von Recklinghausen Disease) -- Neurofibromatosis type II -- Tuberous sclerosis (Bourneville-Pringle Disease) -- Sturge-Weber Syndrome -- Von Hippel-Lindau Syndrome -- Holoprosencephaly -- Artifacts in MRI -- Postoperative changes.
  • Laurie A.Loevner
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  • Laurie L. [i.e. A.] Loevner.
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  • 2011From: Springer
    Ronald A. Cohen, Lawrence H. Sweet, editors.
    Brain imaging in behavioral medicine and clinical neuroscience: an introduction -- Basic MR physics: considerations for behavioral medicine and neurophysiology -- Functional magnetic resonance imaging -- Diffusion-tensor imaging and behavioral medicine -- Perfusion MRI -- Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy: a practical guide for the clinical neuroscientist -- Functional near-infrared spectroscopy -- Methodological considerations for using bold fMRI in the clinical neurosciences -- Application of functional neuroimaging to examination of nicotine dependence -- Relationship between mood, stress, and tobacco smoking -- Imaging substance use and misuse: psychostimulants -- Eating disorders -- Structural and functional neuroimaging in obesity -- Neuropsychology and neuroimaging in metabolic dysfunction -- Neuroimaging of cardiovascular disease -- Exercise and the brain -- Neuroimaging of pain: a psychosocial perspective -- Neuroimaging in acute ischemic stroke -- Neuroimaging of Alzheimer's disease, mild cognitive impairment, and other dementias -- Application of neuroimaging methods to define cognitive and brain abnormalities associated with HIV -- Neuroimaging and cognitive function in multiple sclerosis -- Neuroimaging of fatigue -- Brain imaging in behavioral medicine and clinical neuroscience: synthesis.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Cameron S. Carter, Jeffrey W. Dalley, editors.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Armen A. Galoyan.
    The Cytokine System -- The Discovery of the Brain Immunomodulators -- Brain Neuroendocrine Immune System: Neurosecretion of Interleukins and New Cytokines Produced by NSO and NPV of Hypothalamus -- Antibacterial and Antiviral Activity of PRP-1 (Galarmin) and Some Immunological Mechanisms of its Action -- Treatment and Prophylaxis of Anthrax by Galarmin: Receptor Tyrosine Kinases is a Target of Galarmin -- Prophylaxis and Treatment of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Infection with Proline-Rich Polypeptides Galarmin and Its Structural Analogues in an Experimental Murine Model -- Treatment of Clostridium Perfringens-induced Gas Gangrene by New Cytokines of Brain -- Hypothalamic, Proline-Rich Polypeptide (Galarmin) has Protective and Immunogenic Activity on Experimental Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Infection -- Brain-Bone Marrow Neurohumoral Axis: Galarmin Controls Differentiation, Proliferation and Mobilization of Bone Marrow Progenitor cells -- Antioxidant-Antiradical and Electron Donating Function of Galarmin and Gx-NH2 -- Discussion -- Summary.
  • 2014From: Ovid
    Alisa D. Gean.
    This is a single-authored book written by a world-class neuroradiologist with extensive experience in traumatic brain injury (TBI). It features six graphic-intense chapters depicting and expounding upon the complexity of TBI. Culled from nearly three decades of studying civilian TBI and five years of intensive study of TBI sustained from combat, terrorism, and natural disasters, this work is an exhaustive and innovative authority on the current approaches and applications of civilian and combat TBI. The text is sectored into six chapters based on pathophysiology, each augmented with numerous images and illustrations. The book gives special attention to neuroimaging, but is reinforced with relevant clinical correlation. This monograph is unique because it is first in class as an omnibus for the radiologist, neurologist, neurosurgeon, maxillofacial surgeon, emergency physician, pediatrician, ophthalmologist, and the rehabilitation team.
  • edited by Nathan D. Zasler, Douglas I. Katz, Ross D. Zafonte.
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  • 2010From: Springer
    Amir Hussain, Igor Aleksander, Leslie S. Smith ... [et al.], editors.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • Justin C. Sanchez and José C. Principe.
  • 2011From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Jens Schouenborg, Martin Garwicz and Nils Danielsen.
    Making the lifetime connection between brain and machine for restoring and enhancing function -- Out of the frying pan into the fire: the P300-based BCI faces real-world challenges -- Toward a whole-body neuroprosthetic -- Biocompatible multichannel electrodes for long-term neurophysiological studies and clinical therapy: novel concepts and design -- Deep brain stimulation: BCI at large, where are we going to? -- Deep brain stimulation: emerging indications -- Development of neuromodulation treatments in a large animal model: Do neurosurgeons dream of electric pigs? -- Few examples of the contribution of animal research in rodents for clinical application of deep brain stimulation -- Cochlear implants: matching the prosthesis to the brain and facilitating desired plastic changes in brain function -- Multimodal, longitudinal assessment of intracortical microstimulation -- Functional consequences of chronic, physiologically effective intracortical microstimulation -- Reducting surface area while maintaining implant penetrating profile lowers the brain foreign body response to chronically implanted planar silicon microelectrode arrays -- Can histology solve the riddle of the nonfunctioning electrode? Factors influencing the biocompatibility of brain machine interfaces -- Changes in CNS structures after spinal cord lesions: implications for BMI -- Modeling the potentiality of spinal-like circuitry for stabilization of a planar arm system -- Advances in the use of electrical stimulation for the recovery of motor function -- Intraspinal microstimulation for the recovery of function following spinal cord injury -- Interfacing neurons with carbon nanotubes: (re)engineering neuronal signaling -- Nanomodified surfaces and neurite outgrowth -- Direct local polymerization of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) in rat cortex.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Hugues Duffau, editor ; with a foreword by Marsel Mesulam.
  • 2002From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Arthur W. Toga, John C. Mazziotta.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Jeffrey J. Raizer, Lauren E. Abrey.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • v. 1, 2014From: ClinicalKey
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    With an annual rate of more than 12 million global diagnoses and 7.6 million deaths, the societal and economic burden of cancer cannot be overstated. Brain metastases are the most common malignant tumors of the central nervous system, yet their incidence appears to be increasing in spite of the advancement of cancer therapies. While much is known about primary cancers (including primary brain tumors), less work has been done to uncover the roots of metastatic disease. This volume fills that gap, serving as the first reference to focus primarily on the link between primary cancers and brain metastases. This link is explored for the most common cancer types -- lung, breast, and melanoma. Additionally, biological background as well as therapy for CNS metastases is addressed. Age and gender related trends are also discussed, as is the use of biomarkers for early detection.
  • v.2, 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] M.A. Hayat.
    Brain metastases are the most common malignant tumors of the central nervous system, yet their incidence appears to be increasing in spite of the advancement of cancer therapies. While much is known about primary cancers (including primary brain tumors), less work has been done to uncover the roots of metastatic disease. Brain Metastases from Primary Tumors fills that gap, serving as the first two-part reference to focus primarily on the link between primary cancers and brain metastases. This link is explored for the most common cancer types - lung, breast, and melanoma. Additionally, biological background as well as therapy for CNS metastases is addressed. Age- and gender-related trends are also discussed, as is the use of biomarkers for early detection.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    1. Introduction -- 2. The management and biology of metastatic cancers to the brain -- 3. Melanoma metastases are underrepresented in cerebellum compared with metastases from colorectal cancers -- 4. Risk reductions of recurrence and mortality in melanoma patients using IFN-α -- 5. Brain metastases from melanoma -- 6. Pathobiology of brain metastases: molecular mechanisms -- 7. Role of CDKN2A mutations and other relevant genes in melanoma predisposition -- 8. The role of the receptor for advanced glycation end products in malignant melanoma -- 9. Hydrogen sulfide pathway and cancer -- 10. Brain metastasis from esophageal cancer -- 11. Treatment of metastatic melanoma patients bearing c-kit mutation using imatinib mesylate -- 12. Optimal selection of targeted therapies for melanoma patients: role of the mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway -- 13. Patients with brain metastases from melanoma: treatment with surgery and radiotherapy -- 14. The risks and advantages of whole brain radiation therapy in patients with brain metastases -- 15. Gastrointestinal stromal tumors with intracranial metastasis: treatment strategy and review of the literature -- 16. Brain metastases from breast cancer in patients receiving trastuzumab -- 17. Brain metastases from cutaneous melanoma: biology and its implications for more rational therapeutic approaches -- 18. Treatment of brain metastases from ovarian and endometrial carcinomas using stereotactic radiosurgery -- 19. Prognostic factors for survival in melanoma patients with brain metastases -- 20. Management of melanoma therapy-associated toxicities -- 21. Brain metastases from breast cancer: focus on risk factors, treatment, and clinical outcome.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Petr Bob.
    1. Brain structures and consciousness -- 2. Binding problem of consciousness -- 3.Consciousness and functional connectivity -- 4. Binding problem and dissociated mind -- 5. The unconscious mind -- 6. Mind and space -- 7. The universe within.
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Harry Whitaker, C.U.M. Smith, Stanley Finger.
    A. Introduction / Harry Whitaker, C.U.M. Smith, and Stanley Finger -- Chronology / C.U.M. Smith -- B. Background. Introduction / The editors -- Brain and mind in the 'long' eighteenth century / C.U.M. Smith -- Enlightening neurosciences : microscopes and microscopy in the eighteenth century / Brian J. Ford -- Corpus curricula : medical education and the voluntary hospital movement / Jonathan Reinarz -- Some thoughts on the medical milieu in the last quarter of the eighteenth century as reflected in the life and activities of James Parkinson (1755-1824) / Christopher Gardner-Thrope -- C. The nervous system. Introduction / The editors -- John Hunter's contribution to neuroscience / James L. Stone, James T. Goodrich, and George R. Cybulski -- William Cullen (1710-1790) and Robert Whytt (1714-1766) on the nervous system / Julius Rocca -- 1710 : the introduction of experimental nervous system physiology and anatomy by François Pourfour du Petit / Lawrence Kruger and Larry W. Swanson -- Irritable glue: the Haller-Whytt controversy on the mechanism of muscle contraction / Eugenio Frixione -- The taming of the electric ray : from an wonderful and dreadful "art" to "animal electricity" and "electric battery" / Marco Piccolino -- Luigi Galvani, physician, surgeon, physicist: from animal electricity to electro-physiology / Miriam Focaccia and Raffaella Simili -- D. Brain and behavior. Introduction / The editors -- The vision of William Porterfield / Nicholas J. Wade -- David Hartley's neural vibrations and psychological associations / Robert B. Glassman and Hugh W. Buckingham -- Charles Bonnet's neurophilosophy / Harry A. Whitaker and Yves Turgeon -- Swedenborg and localization theory / Ulf Norrsell -- E. Medical theories and applications. Introduction / The editors -- Neuroscience in the work of Boerhaave and Haller / Peter J. Koehler -- Apoplexy : changing concepts in the eighteenth century / Catherine E. Storey -- Benjamin Franklin and the electrical cure for disorders of the nervous system / Stanley Finger -- Gentleman's magazine, the advent of medical electricity, and disorders of the nervous system / Hannah Sypher Locke and Stanley Finger -- Therapeutic attractions: early applications of electricity to the art of healing / Paola Bertucci -- John Wesley on the estimation and cure of nervous disorders / James G. Donat -- Franz Anton Mesmer and the rise and fall of animal magnetism : dramatic cures, controversy, and ultimately a triumph for the scientific method / Douglas J. Lanska and Joseph T. Lanska -- Hysteria in the eighteenth century / Diana Faber -- F. Cultural consequences. Introduction / The editors -- Technological metaphors and the anatomy of representations in eighteenth-century French materialism and dualist mechanism / Timo Kaitaro -- Explorations of the brain, mind and medicine in the writings of Jonathan Swift / Marjorie Perlman Lorch -- Temperament and the long shadow of nerves in the eighteenth century / George Rousseau.
  • Susannah Cahalan.
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  • 2011From: Springer
    Robert S. Bonser, Domenico Pagano, Axel Haverich (editors).
    Molecular and biochemical basis of brain injury following heart surgery: interventions for the future -- Cardiopulmonary bypass circuit and the brain -- Neurological and cognitive sequelae of cardiac surgery -- Neurocognitive decline following cardiac surgery: incidence, risk factors, prevention, and outcomes -- Neuropathology of brain injury in cardiac surgery -- Biochemical markers of brain injury -- Pitfalls of neuropsychometric assessment and alternative investigative approaches -- Imaging of the brain in cardiac surgery as a tool in brain protection studies -- Current techniques of emboli detection and their utility in brain protection studies -- Intraoperative brain monitoring in cardiac surgery -- Near-infrared spectroscopy monitoring in cardiac surgery: theory, practice, and utility -- The design and methodology of clinical studies on neuroprotection in cardiac surgery -- Temperature and brain protection in cardiac surgery -- Studies of nonpharmacological interventions to reduce brain injury -- Pharmacological studies to reduce brain injury in cardiac surgery -- Off-pump and on-pump coronary artery surgery and the brain -- Experimental basis and clinical studies of brain protection in pediatric heart surgery -- Experimental basis and clinical studies of brain protection in aortic arch surgery -- The future of brain protection in cardiac surgery.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Michael S. Ritsner, editor.
    Front Matter -- Colour Plates -- Descriptive Aspects. Concept of Schizophrenia: Past, Present, and Future / Nancy C Andreasen -- The Schizophrenia Construct: Symptomatic Presentation / Celso Arango, William T Carpenter -- Child and Adolescent Schizophrenia / Chris Hollis, Judith Rapoport -- Late-Onset Schizophrenia / Robert Howard, Dilip Jeste -- The Schizophrenia Spectrum Personality Disorders / Eran Chemerinski, Larry J Siever -- The Prodrome of Schizophrenia / Jean Addington, Sh̥n W Lewis -- Course and Outcome / Wolfram an der Heiden, Heinz H̃fner -- Neurocognitive Impairments in Schizophrenia: Their Character and Role in Symptom Formation / Terry E Goldberg, Anthony David, James M Gold -- Biological Aspects. The Secondary Schizophrenias / Thomas M Hyde, Maria A Ron -- Schizophrenia: The Epidemiological Horizon / Assen Jablensky, James B Kirkbride, Peter B Jones -- Environmental Risk Factors for Schizophrenia / John J McGrath, Robin M Murray -- Classical Genetic Studies of Schizophrenia / Brien Riley, Kenneth S Kendler -- Genetic Associations in Schizophrenia / Michael C O'Donovan, Michael J Owen -- Intermediate Phenotypes in Genetic Studies of Schizophrenia / Michael F Egan, Tyrone D Cannon -- Electrophysiology of Schizophrenia / Georg Winterer, Robert W McCarley -- Structural Brain Imaging in Schizophrenia and Related Populations / Stephen M Lawrie, Christos Pantelis -- Functional Brain Imaging in Schizophrenia / Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Edward T Bullmore -- Neuropathology of Schizophrenia / Paul J Harrison, David A Lewis, Joel E Kleinman -- Neurodevelopmental Origins of Schizophrenia / Daniel R Weinberger, Pat Levitt -- Dopamine and Schizophrenia / Anissa Abi-Dargham, Anthony A Grace -- Contributions of Glutamate and GABA Systems to the Neurobiology and Treatment of Schizophrenia / John H Krystal, Bita Moghaddam -- Animal Models of Schizophrenia / Barbara K Lipska, Joseph A Gogos -- Physical Treatments. Pharmacology and Neuroscience of Antipsychotic Drugs / John L Waddington, Colm M P O'Tuathaigh, Gary J Remington -- Principles of Pharmacological Treatment in Schizophrenia / Thomas R E Barnes, Stephen R Marder -- Comparative Efficacy and Effectiveness in the Drug Treatment of Schizophrenia / John R Geddes, T Scott Stroup, Jeffrey A Lieberman -- Approaches to Treatment-Resistant Patients / Stephan Leucht, Christoph U Correll, John M Kane -- Neurological Complications of Antipsychotic Drugs / Peter M Haddad, Venkata S Mattay -- Metabolic Adverse Effects Associated with Antipsychotic Medications / John W Newcomer, Stefan Leucht -- Psychosocial Aspects. Schizophrenia and Psychosocial Stresses / Paul E Bebbington, Elizabeth Kuipers -- Mental Health Services for Patients with Schizophrenia / Tom Burns, Bob Drake -- Societal Outcomes in Schizophrenia / Iain Kooyman, Elizabeth Walsh -- Psychological Treatment of Psychosis / Gillian Haddock, Will Spaulding -- Economics of the Treatment of Schizophrenia / Nancy H Covell, Susan M Essock, Linda K Frisman -- Index.
  • 2006From: Springer
    [edited by] Mathias Bähr.
    Cell cycle activation in neurons: the final exit of brain-morpho-dysregulation / Thomas Arendt -- Paved with good intentions: the link between cell cycle and cell death in the mammalian central nervous system / Yan Yang and Karl Herrup -- The role of presenilins in the cell cycle and apoptosis / Mervyn J. Monteiro -- Cell cycle activation and cell death in the nervous system / Zsuzsanna Nagy -- Cell cycle and chromosome segregation defects in Alzheimer's disease / Huntington Potter -- Alzheimer disease: a new beginning or a final exit? / Mark E. Obrenovich ... [et al.] -- From cell cycle activation to the inhibition of the Wnt pathway: a hypothesis of how neurons die in response to b-Amyloid / Agata Copani ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Andres M. Lozano, Mark Hallett.
    The field of brain stimulation is expanding rapidly, with techniques such as DBS, TMS, and tDCS moving from the research community into clinical diagnosis and treatment. Clinical applications include treating disorders such as Parkinson's disease, dystonia, and even depression. The chapters of Brain Stimulation are written by leading international researchers and clinical specialists include coverage of techniques, modes of action and applications in physiology and therapeutics. The combination of research and clinical coverage will be of interest to neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, neuroscientists, and health care workers. A comprehensive introduction and overview of deep brain stimulation (DBS)Coverage of DBS, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)Details the basic science and research utility of DBS and clinical application.
  • 2012From: Cambridge
    Charles H. Kellner.
    Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : basic concepts -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : patient selection and preparation -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : technique -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : treatment course -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : common adverse effects -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : the ECT service -- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) : special issues -- Deep brain stimulation (DBS) / Wayne K. Goodman and Ron L. Alterman -- Transcranial magnetic stimulation (RTMS) / Eran Chemirinski -- Magnetic seizure therapy (MST) -- Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) -- Transcranial direct current stimulation -- Epidural cortical stimulation (EPCS).
  • 2013From: Karger
    volume editor, Kazunori Toyoda.
    Cerebral interaction and stroke / Toyoda, K. -- Inhibition of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system for cerebrorenal protection / Lambers Heerspink, H.J. -- Obesity and heart failure as a mediator of the cerebrorenal interaction / Jindal, A., Whaley-Connell, A., Sowers, J.R. -- Subclinical cerebral abnormalities in chronic kidney disease / Yao, H. ... [et al.] -- Carotid atherosclerosis in kidney disease / Kokubo, Y. -- Kidney disease and cognitive function / Elias, M.F., Dore, G.A., Davey, A. -- Risk of stroke in kidney disease / Ninomiya, T. -- Role of 24-hour blood pressure management in preventing kidney disease and stroke / Nagai, M., Hoshide, S., Kario, K. -- Preventing stroke and systemic embolism in renal patients with atrial fibrillation : focus on anticoagulation / Ahmad, Y., Lip, G.Y.H. -- Stroke features and management in patients with chronic kidney disease / Kamouchi, M. -- Stroke feature and management in dialysis patients / Iseki, K. -- Thrombolysis and hyperacute reperfusion therapy for stroke in renal patients / Hirano, T. -- Antiplatelet therapy for preventing stroke in patients with chronic kidney disease / Kim, S.J., Bang, O.Y.
  • Gerald E. Schneider.
    "This introduction to the structure of the central nervous system demonstrates that the best way to learn how the brain is put together is to understand something about why. It explains why the brain is put together as it is by describing basic functions and key aspects of its evolution and development. This approach makes the structure of the brain and spinal cord more comprehensible as well as more interesting and memorable. The book offers a detailed outline of the neuroanatomy of vertebrates, especially mammals, that equips students for further explorations of the field. Gaining familiarity with neuroanatomy requires multiple exposures to the material with many incremental additions and reviews. Thus the early chapters of this book tell the story of the brain's origins in a first run-through of the entire system; this is followed by other such surveys in succeeding chapters, each from a different angle. The book proceeds from basic aspects of nerve cells and their physiology to the evolutionary beginnings of the nervous system to differentiation and development, motor and sensory systems, and the structure and function of the main parts of the brain. Along the way, it makes enlightening connections to evolutionary history and individual development. Brain Structure and Its Origins can be used for advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate classes in neuroscience, biology, psychology, and related fields, or as a reference for researchers and others who want to know more about the brain." -- Publisher's description.
  • Kathleen Taylor.
    Introducing the brain supremacy -- The many powers of science -- Could we read minds? -- Bring on the designer minds? -- Seeing the brain through many eyes -- To physics, with thanks -- The subatomic chorus -- When currents flow -- Neuroscience goes quantum -- Poke it and see what happens -- Poking people -- Chemical control -- Tweaking genes -- The problems of neurotech -- Creating the brain supremacy.
  • 2013From: Springer
    by John Robert Burger.
    Brain Theory From A Circuits And Systems Perspective offers a theory of human consciousness as a natural result of pulsating neurons and synapses within a complex circuit. The book summarizes the electrical, as opposed to the chemical, nature of a brain, and so moves away from customary molecular biology- and biochemistry-focused explanations for consciousness. The book goes beyond the usual structures of artificial neural networks; employing first principles, a particular physical system is synthesized for conscious short term memory, as well as for associative (subconsciously edited) long term memory. It pursues the search for deeper computational power: Where ordinary concepts of logic fail to explain inspired choices concerning artistic appraisal, truth judgment, and understanding, pulsating qubit logic unleashes a fresh avenue for connectivity. Neuroquantology is discussed, including electron tunneling as a regulator of neural actions, and proposed quantum computing within microtubules. This thought provoking work led the author to reveal neurons with qubit properties, or simulated qubits. Simulated qubits do not require a coherent quantum system, and so remain robust for massively parallel controlled toggling and probabilistic computations. Brain Theory From A Circuits And Systems Perspective is supported with physical circuit examples, end-of-chapter exercises, and neuron simulation experiments, and will be valuable to anyone interested in neuro-circuits, neuro-systems and qubits.
  • 2015From: Thieme-Connect
    [edited by] Rajan Jain, Marco Essig.
    Conventional morphologic imaging : MRI remains the workhorse -- Benjamin Cohen, Inna Nutanson, and Girish M. Fatterpekar -- Response assessment in neuro-oncology / Tom Mikkelsen and Tobias Walbert -- Going beyond the conventional morphologic imaging : an overview of functional imaging techniques / Marco Essig and Cem Calli -- Perfusion imaging : DSC MR perfusion / Marco Essig, Joseph Puig Alcantara, and Cem Cali -- Perfusion imaging : dynamic contrast enhanced T1-weighted MRI (DCE-MRI) perfusion / David Fussell and Robert J. Young -- Perfusion imaging : arterial spin labeling / S. Ali Nabavizadeh, Suyash Mohan, Jeffrey M. Pollock -- Perfusion imaging : CT perfusion / Brent Griffith and Rajan Jain -- Diffusion weighted imaging for gliomas / Benjamin M. Ellingson, Bryan Yoo, and Whitney B. Pope -- Diffusion tensor imaging / Bram Stieltjes and Peter Neher -- Functional MRI and diffusion tensor imaging with tractography / Anna Knobel and Robert J. Young -- Metabolic imaging : MR spectroscopy / Isabella Björkman-Burtscher and Pia C. Sundgren -- Molecular imaging : PET and SPECT / Asim K. Bag and Samuel E. Almodóvar -- It's not just the tumor : treatment effects / Brent Griffith and Rajan Jain -- It's not just the tumor : CNS paraneoplastic syndromes and cerebrovascular complications of cancers / Prashant Nagpal and Rajan Jain -- Image guided neurosurgery : intraoperative MRI / Ian Y. Lee -- On the horizon : ultra-high-field MR / Steffen Sammet and Alexander Radbruch -- On the horizon : tumor genomics / Rivka R. Colen, Faisal Tai, and Pascal O. Zinn -- On the horizon : going beyond the conventional MR contrast agents / Josep Puig and Wilson B. Chwang -- On the horizon : molecular imaging / Sanath Kumar, Meser M. Ali, and Ali Syed Arbab.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Elke Hattingen, Ulrich Pilatus, editors.
    Brain tumor imaging -- MR imaging of brain tumors -- MR spectroscopic imaging -- MR perfusion imaging -- Diffusion-weighted methods -- Advanced MR methods in differential diagnosis of brain tumors -- PET imaging of brain tumors -- Advanced imaging modalities and treatment of gliomas: radiation therapy -- Advanced imaging modalities and treatment of gliomas: neurosurgery -- Future methods in tumor imaging.
  • 2006From: Springer
    by Davide Schiffer.
  • 2011From: ScienceDirect
    2011From: ClinicalKey
    Kaye, Andrew H.; Laws, Edward R.
    Meet the increasing need for effective brain tumor management with the highly anticipated revision of Brain Tumors by Drs. Andrew H. Kaye and Edward R. Laws. Over the past decade, enormous advances have been made in both the diagnosis and the surgical and radiotherapeutic management of brain tumors. This new edition guides you through the latest developments in the field, including hot topics like malignant gliomas, functional brain mapping, neurogenetics and the molecular biology of brain tumors, and biologic and gene therapy. You'll also have easy access to the complete contents online, with links to PubMed and a downloadable image library, at Benefit from the knowledge and experience of Drs. Andrew H. Kaye and Edward R. Laws, globally recognized experts in the field of neurosurgery, as well as many other world authorities.
  • 2002From: ScienceDirect
    edited by J. Hyönä ... [et al.].
    Sect. I Saccadic eye movements / section editor, D.P. Munoz -- 1. Vying for dominance: dynamic interactions control visual fixation and saccadic initiation in the superior colliculus -- 2. Neural control of saccades -- 3. The latency of saccades toward auditory targets in humans -- 4. Contribution of the primate prefrontal cortex to the gap effect -- 5. Influence of stimulus characteristics on the latency of saccadic inhibition -- 6. Commentary: Saccadic eye movements: overview of neural circuitry -- Sect. II. Change blindness and transsaccadic integration / section editor, J. Hyönä -- 7. Converging evidence for the detection of change without awareness -- 8. Blinks, blanks and saccades: how blind we really are for relevant visual events -- 9. Multiple-object permanence tracking: limitation in maintenance and transformation of perceptual objects -- 10. What information survives saccades in the real world? -- 11. Transsaccadic memory of position and form -- 12. Transsaccadic memory for visual object detail -- 13. Commentary: Changes -- Sect. III. Smooth pursuit eye movements / section editors, W. Heide and D.P. Munoz -- 14. Non-target influences on the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements -- 15. Integration of motion cues for the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements -- 16. The role of expectancy and volition in smooth pursuit eye movements -- 19 Commentary: Smooth pursuit eye movements: from low-level to high-level vision -- Sect. IV. Eye-hand coordination / section editor, R. Radach -- 20. Cortical frames of reference for eye-hand coordination -- 21. Neuropsychological perspectives on eye-hand coordination in visually-guided reaching -- 22. Visuomotor transformations for eye-hand coordination -- 23. Implications of distracter effects for the organization of eye movements, hand movements, and perception -- 24. Visual short-term memory and motor planning -- 25. Commentary: Coordination of eye and hand in time and space -- Sect. V. Clinical aspects of eye movement research / section editor, W. Heide -- 26. Visual search in long-term cannabis users with early age of onset -- 27. Visual search in patients with left visual hemineglect -- 28. Saccadic adaptation in neurological disorders -- 29. Saccade sequences as markers for cerebral dysfunction following mild closed head injury -- 30. Cognition and the inhibitory control of saccades in schizophrenia and Parkinson's disease -- 31. Control of volitional and reflexive saccades in Tourette's syndrome -- 32. Oculomotor control in a group of very low birth weight (VLBW) children -- 33. A new framework for investigating both normal and abnormal eye movements -- 34. Commentary: Eye movement research with clinical populations -- Subject index.
    Also available: Print – 2002
  • 2011From: Springer
    Peter P. Urban, Louis R. Caplan (editors).
  • 2013From: ProQuest Safari
    Sally Satel and Scott O. Lilienfeld.
    In recent years, the advent of MRI technology seems to have unlocked the secrets of the human mind, revealing the sources of our deepest desires, intentions, and fears. In this book, the authors argue that the explanatory power of brain scans in particular and neuroscience more generally has been vastly overestimated. Although acknowledging its tremendous potential, they believe that the overzealous application of the burgeoning field of brain science has put innocent people in jail, prevented addicts from healing themselves, and undermined notions of free will and responsibility.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Rajkumar Rajendram, Victor R. Preedy, Vinood B. Patel, editors.
    This is the second volume in a 2-volume compendium that is the go-to source for both research- and practice-oriented information on the importance of branched chain amino acids in maintaining the nutritional status and overall health of individuals, especially those with certain disease conditions. Over 150 well recognized and respected contributors have come together to compile these up-to-date and well-referenced works. The volumes will serve the reader as the benchmarks in this complex area of interrelationships between dietary protein intakes and individual amino acid supplementation, the unique role of the branched chain amino acids in the synthesis of brain neurotransmitters, collagen formation, insulin and glucose modulation and the functioning of all organ systems that are involved in the maintenance of the body?s metabolic integrity. Moreover, the physiological, genetic and pathological interactions between plasma levels of branched chain amino acids and aromatic amino acids are clearly delineated so that students as well as practitioners can better understand the complexities of these interactions. Branched Chain Amino Acids in Clinical Nutrition: Volume 2 covers the role of branched chain amino acids in healthy individuals, and branched chain amino acid status in disease states, liver diseases, and supplementation studies in certain patient populations.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Rajkumar Rajendram, Victor R. Preedy, Vinood B. Patel, editors.
    This is the first volume in a 2-volume compendium that is the go-to source for both research- and practice-oriented information on the importance of branched chain amino acids in maintaining the nutritional status and overall health of individuals, especially those with certain disease conditions. Over 150 well recognized and respected contributors have come together to compile these up-to-date and well-referenced works. The volumes will serve the reader as the benchmarks in this complex area of interrelationships between dietary protein intakes and individual amino acid supplementation, the unique role of the branched chain amino acids in the synthesis of brain neurotransmitters, collagen formation, insulin and glucose modulation and the functioning of all organ systems that are involved in the maintenance of the body's metabolic integrity. Moreover, the physiological, genetic and pathological interactions between plasma levels of branched chain amino acids and aromatic amino acids are clearly delineated so that students as well as practitioners can better understand the complexities of these interactions. Branched Chain Amino Acids in Clinical Nutrition: Volume 1 covers basic processes at the cellular level, inherited defects in branched chain amino acid metabolism, and experimental models of growth and disease states.
  • pt. [A]-B, 1988-2000.From: ScienceDirect
    pt. B, 2000From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Robert A. Harris, John R. Sokatch.
  • 2006From: Springer
    [edited by] Jamie A. Davies.
    Why a book on branching, and why now? / Jamie A. Davies -- Branching morphogenesis in vertebrate neurons / Katherine M. Kollins and Roger W. Davenport -- Branching of single cells in arabidopsis / Daniel Bouyer and Martin Hülskamp -- Branching in fungal hyphae and fungal tissues: growing mycelia in a desktop computer / David Moore, Liam J. McNulty, and Audrius Meskauskas -- Branching in colonial hydroids / Igor A. Kosevich -- How is the branching of animal blood vessels implemented? / Sybill Patan -- Extracellular matrix remodeling in mammary gland branching morphogenesis and breast cancer: the double-edged sword / Eva A. Turley and Mina J. Bissell -- Branching morphogenesis in mammalian kidneys / Jamie A. Davies -- Embryonic salivary gland branching morphogenesis / Tina Jaskoll and Michael Melnick -- Branching morphogenesis of the prostate / A.A. Thomson and P.C. Marker -- Uterine glands / Thomas E. Spencer ... [et al.] -- Physical mechanisms of branching morphogenesis in animals: from viscous fingering to cartilage rings / Vincent Fleury ... [et al.].
  • 2012From: Ovid
    editors, William E. Brant, Clyde A. Helms.
    Section I: Basic principles -- chapter 1. Diagnostic imaging methods / William E. Brant -- Section II: Neuroradiology / Section editor: Erik H. L. Gaensler and Jerome A. Barakos -- chapter 2. Introduction to brain imaging / David J. Seidenwurm and Govind Mukundan -- chapter 3. Craniofacial trauma / Robert M. Barr, Alisa D. Gean, and Tuong H. Le -- chapter 4. Cerebrovascular disease / Howard A. Rawley -- chapter 5. Central nervous system neoplasms and tumor-like masses / Kelly K. Koeller -- chapter 6. Central nervous system infections / Nathaniel A. Chuang and Walter L. Olsen -- chapter 7. White matter and neurodegenerative diseases / Jerome A. Barakos and Derk D. Purcell -- chapter 8. Pediatric neuroimaging / Camilla Lindan, Erik Gaensler, and Jerome Barakos -- chapter 9. Head and neck imaging / Jerome A. Barakos and Derk D. Purcell -- chapter 10. Nondegenerative diseases of the spine / Erik H. L. Gaensler and Derk D. Purcell -- chapter 11. Lumbar spine: disc disease and stenosis / Clyde A. Helms -- Section III: Pulmonary / Section editor: Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 12. Methods of examination, normal anatomy, and radiographic findings of chest disease / Julio Lemo and Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 13. Mediastinum and hila / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 14. Pulmonary vascular disease / Curtis E. Green and Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 15. Pulmonary neoplasms / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 16. Pulmonary infection / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 17. Diffuse lung disease / Jeffrey S. Klein and Curtis E. Green -- chapter 18. Airways disease / Jeffrey S. Klein -- chapter 19. Pleura, chest wall, diaphragm, and miscellaneous chest disorders / Jeffrey S. Klein and Jimmy S. Ghostine -- Section IV: Breast radiology / Section editor: Karen K. Lindfors -- chapter 20. Breast imaging / Karen K. Lindfors and Huong T. Le-Petross -- Section V: Cardiac radiology / Section editor: David K. Shelton -- chapter 21. Cardiac anatomy, physiolgy, and imaging modalities / David K. Shelton -- chapter 22. Cardiac imaging in acquired diseases / David K. Shelton and Gary Caputo -- Section VI: Vascular and interventional radiology / Section editor: Michael J. Miller, Jr. -- chapter 23. Thoracic, pulmonary arteries, and peripheral vascular disorders / Michael J. Miller Jr. and Tony P. Smith -- chapter 24. Abdominal arteries, venous system, and nonvascular intervention / Michael J. Miller Jr. and Tony P. Smith -- Section VII: Gastrointestinal tract / Section editor: William E. Brant -- chapter 25. Abdomen and pelvis / William E. Brant -- chapter 26. Liver, biliary tree, and gallbladder / William E. Brant -- chapter 27. Pancreas and spleen / William E. Brant -- chapter 28. Pharynx and esophagus / Sara Moshiri and William E. Brant -- chapter 29. Stomach and duodenum / William E. Brant -- chapter 30. Mesenteric small bowel / William E. Brant -- chapter 31. Colon and appendix / William E. Brant and Sarah Erickson -- Section VIII: Genitourinary tract / Section editor: William E. Brant -- chapter 32. Adrenal glands and kidneys / William E. Brant -- chapter 33. Pelvicalyceal system, ureters, bladder, and urethra / William E. Brant -- chapter 34. Genital tract-CT, MR, and radiographic imaging / William E. Brant -- Section IX: Ultrasonography / Section editor: William E. Brant -- chapter 35. Abdomen ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 36. Genital tract and bladder ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 37. Obstetric ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 38. Chest, thyroid, parathyroid, and neonatal brain ultrasound / William E. Brant -- chapter 39. Vascular ultrasound / William E. Brant and Raymond S. Dougherty -- Section X: Musculoskeletal radiology / Section editor: Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 40. Benign cystic bone lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 41. Malignant bone and soft tissue tumors / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 42. Skeletal trauma / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 43. Arthritis / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 44. Metabolic bone disease / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 45. Skeletal "Don't Touch" lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 46. Miscellaneous bone lesions / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 47. Magnetic resonance imaging of the knee / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 48. Magnetic resonance imaging of the shoulder / Clyde A. Helms -- chapter 49. Magnetic resonance imaging of the foot and ankle / Clyde A. Helms -- Section XI: Pediatric radiology / Section editor: Susan D. John -- chapter 50. Pediatric chest / Susan D. John and Leonard E. Swischuk -- chapter 51. Pediatric abdomen and pelvis / Susan D. John and Leonard E. Swischuk -- Section XII: Nuclear radiology / Section editor: David K. Shelton -- chapter 52. Introduction to nuclear medicine / David K. Shelton -- chapter 53. Essential science of nuclear medicine / Ramsey D. Badawi, Linda A. Kroger, and Jerrold T. Bushberg -- chapter 54. Skeletal system scintigraphy / David K. Shelton and Amir Kashefi -- chapter 55. Pulmonary scintigraphy / David K. Shelton and Meena Kumar -- chapter 56. Cardiovascular system scintigraphy / David K. Shelton -- chapter 57. Endocrine gland scintigraphy / Marc G. Cote -- chapter 58. Gastrointestinal, liver-spleen, and hepatobiliary scintigraphy / David K. Shelton and Roshanak Rahnamayi -- chapter 59. Genitourinary system scintigraphy / Howard A. Carpenter and Cameron C. Foster -- chapter 60. Scintigraphic diagnosis of inflammation and infection / Christopher J. Palestro -- chapter 61. Molecular imaging / Amir Kashefi and David K. Shelton -- chapter 62. Central nervous system scintigraphy / David H. Lewis and Jon Umlauf -- chapter 63. Positron emission tomography / Cameron C. Foster, Bijan Bijan, and David K. Shelton.
  • 2014From: Ovid
    editor-in-chief, Robert A. Baldor ; section editors, Margarita C. Castro-Zarraga, Anita Kostecki, Christine Runyan, Felix B. Chang, Frank J. Domino.
    Prepare for your ABFM boards - find your weak spots and eliminate them now! Handy in print and as an eBook, Bratton's Family Medicine Board Review is the essential practice test for those facing the ABFM exams. Opening with the basic requirements of the ABFM Board certification process, it provides crucial background information on all three AFBM exams and their formats, describes a typical exam day, and offers excellent test-taking advice{u2014}taking the mystery out of the exam process.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    Robert L. Bratton.
    Registration for examinations -- Test-taking tips -- Internal medicine -- Pediatrics -- Obstetrics and gynecology -- Psychiatry -- Surgery -- Geriatrics -- Pictorial atlas -- Clinical problem set 1 -- Clinical problem set 2 -- Clinical problem set 3.
  • 2011From: Ovid
    Robert L. Bratton.
    "Bratton's Family Medicine Board Review, Fourth Edition, is a directed review of important topics that typically appear on American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) in-training examinations, board certification examinations, and recertification examinations. This material is not intended for a comprehensive review but, instead, should direct the examinee to areas of weakness that may need further review. Family medicine is a broad field, and to provide a complete, comprehensive review of all topics that may be covered is extremely time consuming if not impossible. Several other courses attempt to provide this type of review; however, this book is more abbreviated and focuses on topics that are commonly found on board examinations. Adequate preparation for any test is the key to success and rewarding results. Given this, we all know the importance of practice tests and the benefits of testing our knowledge base before the actual examination. This review book is structured for the examinee with limited time and resources for review and should be used only by those individuals with an established foundation of knowledge within the field of family medicine. Its primary purpose is to identify areas of weakness that can be improved on"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Douglas L. Mann, Douglas P. Zipes, Peter Libby, Robert O. Bonow ; founding editor and online editor Eugene Braunwald.
    Global burden of cardiovascular disease -- Heart disease in varied populations -- Ethics in cardiovascular medicine -- Clinical decision making in cardiology -- Measurement and improvement of quality of care : relevance to cardiovascular clinical practice -- Critical evaluation of clinical trials -- Personalized and precision cardiovascular medicine -- Principles of cardiovascular genetics -- Drug therapeutics and personalized medicine -- Biomarkers, proteomics, metabolomics, and personalized medicine -- The history and physical examination : an evidence-based approach -- Electrocardiography -- Exercise testing -- Echocardiography -- The chest radiograph in cardiovascular disease -- Nuclear cardiology -- Cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging -- Cardiac computed tomography -- Cardiac catheterization -- Coronary arteriography and intracoronary imaging -- Mechanisms of cardiac contraction and relaxation -- Pathophysiology of heart failure -- Clinical assessment of heart failure -- Diagnosis and management of acute heart failure -- Management of patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction -- Devices for monitoring and managing heart failure -- Heart failure with a preserved ejection fraction -- Surgical management of heart failure -- Mechanical circulatory support -- Cardiovascular regeneration and gene therapy -- Care of patients with end-stage heart disease -- Genetics of cardiac arrhythmias -- Genesis of cardiac arrhythmias : electrophysiologic considerations -- Diagnosis of cardiac arrhythmias -- Therapy for cardiac arrhythmias -- Pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators -- Specific arrhythmias : diagnosis and treatment -- Atrial fibrillation : clinical features, mechanisms, and management -- Cardiac arrest and sudden cardiac death -- Hypotension and syncope -- The vascular biology of atherosclerosis -- Risk markers and the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease -- Systemic hypertension : mechanisms and diagnosis -- Systemic hypertension : management -- Lipoprotein disorders and cardiovascular disease -- Nutrition and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases -- Exercise-based, comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation -- Integrative approaches to the management of patients with heart disease -- Coronary blood flow and myocardial ischemia -- Approach to the patient with chest pain -- ST-elevation myocardial infarction : pathology, pathophysiology, and clinical features -- ST-elevation myocardial infarction : management -- Non-ST elevation acute coronary syndromes -- Stable ischemic heart disease -- Percutaneous coronary intervention -- Transcatheter therapies for structural heart disease in adults -- Diseases of the aorta -- Peripheral artery diseases -- Prevention and management of ischemic stroke -- Treatment of noncoronary obstructive vascular disease -- Diabetes and the cardiovascular system -- Congenital heart disease -- Valvular heart disease -- Cardiovascular infections -- The dilated, restrictive, and infiltrative cardiomyopathies -- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy -- Myocarditis -- Chemical cardiomyopathies -- Cardiovascular complications of cancer therapeutic agents -- Cardiovascular abnormalities in HIV-infected individuals -- Pericardial diseases -- Traumatic heart disease -- Pulmonary embolism -- Pulmonary hypertension -- Sleep apnea and cardiovascular disease -- Cardiovascular disease in the elderly -- Cardiovascular disease in women -- Pregnancy and heart disease -- Exercise and sports cardiology -- Anesthesia and noncardiac surgery in patients with heart disease -- Endocrine disorders and cardiovascular disease -- Hemostasis, thrombosis, fibrinolysis, and cardiovascular disease -- Rheumatic fever -- Rheumatic diseases and the cardiovascular system -- Tumors affecting the cardiovascular system -- Psychiatric and behavioral aspects of cardiovascular disease -- Neurologic disorders and cardiovascular disease -- Interface between renal disease and cardiovascular illness -- Cardiovascular manifestations of autonomic disorders.
  • edited by Peter Libby, Robert O. Bonow, Douglas L. Mann, Douglas P. Zipes ; founding editor and e-edition editor, Eugene Braunwald.
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  • [edited by] Leonard S. Lilly.
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  • 2017From: Wiley
    Bruce A. Stevens and Eckhard Roediger.
    Introduction -- Schema therapy: toward a science of relationships -- Past tense, present tense: understanding family patterns -- Attractions, romance, and schema chemistry -- Back to the future -- Modes: in the present tense -- Mode awareness -- Managing the modes -- Past tense: managing the parent modes -- The "great escape": understanding the coping modes -- Meeting the needs of your "inner child" -- Mode change -- Putting "healthy" back in your adult -- A clear path: dealing with conflicts, communication, and decision making -- Looking at sex through the eyes of the modes -- Affairs -- Emotional learning -- Epilogue.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Kirby I. Bland, Edward M. Copeland III.
    The Breast: Comprehensive Management of Benign and Malignant Diseases, 4th Edition, by Kirby I. Bland, MD, and Edward M. Copeland, III, MD, is a surgical reference that offers the most comprehensive, up-to-date resource on the diagnosis and management of, and rehabilitation following, surgery for benign and malignant diseases of the breast. With its multidisciplinary approach, sweeping updates, new contributors, and authoritative guidance, you2ll have exactly what you need to inspire patient confidence and provide the best possible outcomes. Best of all, this new edition comes to you in print and online for easy, convenient access to the absolute latest advances. Features multidisciplinary advice from experts in surgery, radiation and medical oncology, pathology, molecular biology, pharmacokinetics, and genetics for a well-rounded perspective to enhance patient outcomes. Includes more than 1,500 figures and tables that offer high quality depictions of surgery and treatment procedures. Offers step-by-step guidance through both text and clinical boxes that makes the material relevant to everyday practice. Provides cross-referencing between chapters, as well as references to carefully selected journal articles, that makes further research easier.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Mahesh K. Shetty, editor ; foreword by Edward L. Trimble.
    Burden of Breast and Gynecological Cancers in Low-Resource Countries -- Breast Cancer: Pathology, Cytology, and Core Needle Biopsy Methods for Diagnosis -- Gynecological Cancers: Pathology and Cytological Methods for Diagnosis of Gynecological Cancers -- Screening and Early Diagnosis of Breast Cancer: Proven Methodology and an Optimized Strategy for Developing Countries -- HPV and Cervical Cancer -- Screening for Cervical Cancer in Low-Resource Countries -- Ovarian Cancer Screening and Early Detection in Low- and Middle-Income Countries -- Endometrial Cancer: Risk Factors and Early Diagnosis in Low-Resource Countries -- Breast and Gynecologic Cancer Prevention in Low-Resource Countries -- Combined Screening for Breast and Gynecological Cancers Using Mobile Clinics: The Barretos Experience (Brazil) -- Cost-Effectiveness of Screening for and Early Diagnosis of Breast and Gynecological Cancers in Low-Income Countries -- Challenges for Breast and Gynecological Cancer Control by Early Detection in Less-Developed Countries -- Funding for Global Healthcare Intervention: Initiatives Aimed at Controlling Cancer in Women in Low-Resource Countries -- Coordinated Training on Early Detection and Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Across Different Levels of Health Workers: An Example from Peru -- Telemedicine in Cancer Control Programs in Developing Countries -- Breast Cancer Screening and Cervical Cancer Prevention in Developing Countries: Strategies for the Future -- Well Woman Clinic Concept: An Integrated Approach for Screening and Early Diagnosis of Breast and Gynecological Cancers in Developing Countries.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Lisa Jacobs, Christina A. Finlayson.
    The normal breast and benign diseases of the breast / Samia Nawaz -- Ductal and lobular proliferations : preinvasive breast disease / Meenakshi Singh and Jon V. Rittenbach -- Invasive breast cancer / Michael D. Stamatakos -- Risk factors and risk assessment / Nancy S. Goldman and Constance R. Ziegfeld -- Genetics / Jennifer E. Axilbund, Amy L. Gross, and Kala Visvanthan -- Strategies for risk reduction / Anna Voltura and Lisa Jacobs -- Nutrition and lifestyle / Lisa Ware Corbin -- Radiologic techniques for early detection and diagnosis / John M. Lewin -- Screening of high-risk patients / James P. Borgstede and Brian Bagrosky -- Minimally invasive breast biopsy / Steve H. Parker, Terese I. Kaske, and Judy L. Chavez -- Surgical biopsy / Elizabeth Prier -- Surgical therapy of early breast cancer / Michael Ford and Christina A. Finlayson -- Breast reconstruction after mastectomy / Alex Colque, Hanjoon Song, and Erica D. Anderson -- Oncoplastic surgical techniques for the partial mastectomy / Chin-Yau Chen, Kristine E. Calhoun, and Benjamin O. Anderson -- Axillary management / M. Catherine Lee and Michael S. Sabel -- Radiation oncology / Richard Zellars, Timothy George, and Lee Myers -- Neoadjuvant therapy / Susanne Briest and Vered Stearns -- Cost-effective staging of breast cancer / Virginia F. Borges and Lara Hardesty -- Adjuvant systemic therapy / Anthony D. Elias, Daniel Bowles, and Peter Kabos -- Surveillance and detection of recurrence of breast cancer / Peter Kabos and Virginia F. Borges -- The use of molecular profiles in the management of breast cancer / Anthony D. Elias -- Partial breast irradiation / Rachel Rabinovitch -- Breast cancer and pregnancy / Scott W. McGee and Donald C. Doll -- Mammary ductoscopy / Edward R. Sauter.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Tibor Tot, editor.
    The theory of the sick lobe states that breast carcinoma is a lobar disease developing most often within a single lobe, meaning that, at an early stage, breast carcinoma occupies a limited, anatomically well-defined portion of the breast. This theory unites observed patterns from the genetic, developmental and morphological perspectives, into an overall concept. "Breast Cancer: A Lobar Disease," presents this hypothesis and its consequences. The body of evidence, pro and contra, generated in recent years will be presented in this volume. The chapters, all authored by leading experts.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Darius S. Francescatti, Melvin J. Silverstein, editors.
    Breast Cancer: A New Era in Management provides a compendium of succinct analysis of the many facets involved in the present day management of the breast cancer patient. The text provides the clinician or student with basic foundational knowledge in the rapidly expanding areas of expertise that are required for both the diagnosis and treatment of the breast cancer patient. Each topic, whether diagnostic or therapeutic, is presented in a straightforward fashion incorporating as part of each topic a description of the historical clinical landmarks leading to the present day, their present day position in the care of the breast patient, and finally, an assessment of possible future application and adaptation in clinical practice. Emphasis is placed on clear and concise explanations of each topic presented in stepwise fashion from fundamental elements to the more complex. Breast Cancer: A New Era in Management will act as a ready reference for the practicing surgeon and students seeking practical information on a particular clinical topic or scenario.
  • Wende Logan-Young and Nancy Yanes Hoffman.
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    v. 1. Procedures.
  • 2008From: Springer
    E. Bombardieri, G. Bonadonna, L. Gianni (eds.) ; with contributions by R. Agresti ... [et al.].
  • 2005From: Thieme Book
    László Tabár, Tibor Tot, Peter B. Dean.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2011From: Springer
    Zsuzsanna Kahan, Tibor Tot, editor.
    The volume raises attention to the need of a completely new approach to breast cancer based on the knowledge collected on early breast cancer in the past two decades. The chapters are contributed by experts of all the fields participating in the clinical research and care of breast cancer. The practical importance of such a book is underlined by the increasing number of breast cancer cases, and also the increasing proportion of early stage-cases. The ultimate goal of the book is to point to the heterogeneous nature of the disease which is more striking and has more importance in care at the very early stages than at the more advanced stages. The book recommends the utilisation of all the information provided by multimodality imaging and special pathological methods, a new classification system and therapeutic guidelines since early breast cancers should not be treated based on experience obtained with palpable tumors. No similar book has been yet released to the market. The book is written for all the members of the team participating in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer (radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, clinical and radiation oncologists), but may be useful for medical students and residents too. The chapters are illustrated with didactic pictures, and special emphasis is given to provide a peep into the practice of the special procedures for the careful examination and individualized therapy of each case.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Patricia A. Thomas, editor.
    Overview -- Common benign conditions of low concern -- Benign conditions associated with a risk for the subsequent development of cancer -- Precursor lesions and noninvasive cancers -- Breast cancer -- Things pathologists must always consider -- Nuances and details of the pathology report.
  • 2013From: NIEHS
    report of the Interagency Breast Cancer and Environmental Research Coordinating Committee (IBCERCC).
    The large and increasing burden of breast cancer demands innovative research and bold new approaches to uncover the intricate combination of factors inside and outside the body that lead to the disease. Based on our review of the state of the science, current programs and investments by federal agencies and nongovernmental organizations, and relevant communication efforts and policies, the IBCERCC offers seven recommendations to highlight the urgent need for coordinated, targeted efforts to identify and mitigate the environmental causes of breast cancer.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Jonathan Strauss, William Small, Gayle E. Woloschak, editors.
    Breast Cancer Biology for the Radiation Oncologist is the first textbook of its kind devoted to describing the biological complexities of breast cancer in a way that is relevant to the radiation oncologist. Radiation Oncology has long treated breast cancer as a single biological entity, with all treatment decisions being based on clinical and pathologic risk factors. We are now beginning to understand that biological subtypes of breast cancer may have different risks of recurrence as well as different intrinsic sensitivity to radiotherapy. Multi-gene arrays that have for years been used to predict the risk of distant recurrence and the value of systemic chemotherapy may also have utility in predicting the risk of local recurrence. Additionally, the targeted agents used to treat breast cancer may interact with radiotherapy in ways that can be beneficial or undesirable. All of these emerging issues of central importance to radiation oncologists are extensively discussed in this book, and practical treatment recommendations based on available clinical evidence are presented whenever possible.
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Dihua Yu, Mien-Chie Hung.
    Overview of resistance to systemic therapy in patients with breast cancer / Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo, Flavia Morales-Vasquez and Gabriel N. Hortobagyi -- Roles of multidrug resistance genes in breast cancer chemoresistance / M. Tien Kuo -- Therapy-induced apoptosis in primary tumors / David J. McConkey -- Cell cycle deregulation in breast cancer: insurmountable chemoresistance or achilles' heel? / Laura Lambert and Khandan Keyomarsi -- p53, BRCA1 and breast cancer chemoresistance / Kimberly A. Scata and Wafik S. El-Deiry -- Integrin-mediated adhesion: tipping the balance between chemosensitivity and chemoresistance / Mary M. Zutter -- Insulin-like growth factors and breast cancer therapy / Xianke Zeng and Douglas Yee -- EGF receptor in breast cancer chemoresistance / Robert B. Dickson and T.B. Deb -- Molecular mechanisms of ErbB2-mediated breast cancer chemoresistance / Ming Tan and Dihua Yu -- Estrogen receptors in resistance to hormone therapy / Matthew H. Herynk and Suzanne A.W. Fuqua -- Novel approaches for chemosensitization of breast cancer cells: the E1A story / Yong Liao, Dihua Yu and Mien-Chie Hung.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2010From: Springer
    Christopher I. Li, editor ; foreword by Janet R. Daling.
    Global burden of breast cancer / Jacques Ferlay ... [et al.] -- Breast cancer biology and clinical characteristics / Amanda I. Phipps and Christopher I. Li -- In situ breast cancer / Brian L. Sprague and Amy Trentham-Dietz -- Endogenous hormones / Amanda I. Phipps and Christopher I. Li -- Exogenous hormones / Christopher I. Li and Elisabeth F. Beaber -- Reproductive factors / Mats Lambe -- Physical activity and anthropometric factors / Katherine D. Henderson, Jennifer Prescott, and Leslie Bernstein -- Diet and nutrition / Martin Lajous and Shumin M. Zhang -- Environmental and occupational exposures / Amanda I. Phipps ... [et al.] -- Shift work and circadian disruption / Scott Davis and Dana K. Mirick -- Non-hormonal medications and chronic diseases / Patricia F. Coogan -- Male breast cancer / Ian S. Fentiman -- Inherited predisposition: familial aggregation and high risk genes / Kathleen E. Malone and Kerryn W. Reding -- Common genetic susceptibility loci / Mikkel Z. Oestergaard and Paul Pharoah -- Mammographic density as a potential surrogate marker for breast cancer / Norman F. Boyd, Lisa J. Martin, and Salomon Minkin -- Breast cancer screening / Karla Kerlikowske -- Principles of breast cancer therapy / Allison W. Kurian and Robert W. Carlson -- Breast cancer outcomes / Graham A. Colditz and Courtney Beers.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Nicoletta Biglia, Fedro Alessandro Peccatori, editors.
    Epidemiology.- Managing breast cancer in young women -- Impact of breast cancer treatment on fertility.- Fertility preservation and ART -- Breast cancer during pregnancy.- Pregnancy after breast cancer -- Reproductive issues in BRCA mutation carriers.
  • 2008From: ClinicalKey
    Marie Tartar, Christopher E. Comstock, Michael S. Kipper.
    Through a case-based approach, this book illustrates the best practices for all facets of breast cancer imaging - from screening of asymptomatic patients to cancer staging, identifying metastases, and assessing efficacy of treatment - in a succinct, practical source. Contributing authors from a wide range of subspecialties provide well-rounded guidance to meet the needs of today2s multidisciplinary work environment. Presents multidisciplinary discussions on the advantages and/or limitations of all available modalities. Includes advice from leading experts on cross-sectional imaging, breast imaging, and PET/CT, with input from radiation oncology, medical oncology, and breast surgery, to span the complete spectrum of care from screening to diagnosis to treatment, reflecting today2s team approach to patient care. Covers all imaging modalities to help you correlate disease presentations on mammography, CT, MR, US, and PET images. Offers a very practical, clinical, concise approach to the subject in a case-based format. Provides over 1,000 high-resolution images of disease appearance for comparison with the findings you encounter in your practice.
  • Tartar, Marie; Comstock, Christopher E.; Kipper, Michael S.
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  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Antonio Giordano, Nicola Normanno.
  • 2006From: Springer
    senior editor, Christopher Kwesi O. Williams ; editors, Olufunmilayo I. Olopade and Carla I. Falkson.
    Burden of breast cancer in developing and developed countries -- Genetics of breast cancer in women of African Descent: an overview -- Biology of breast cancer: molecular and pathologic features of ductal neoplasia of the breast: racial considerations -- Screening and early detection of breast cancer in women in Africa and the Middle East -- Breast cancer at diagnosis in women of Africa and the Middle East -- Breast cancer aggressiveness in women of African descent -- Radiotherapy of breast cancer -- Adjuvant therapy of breast cancer -- Endocrine therapy of breast cancer -- Palliative care for breast cancer in the African-American population -- Outcome of African American women with breast cancer in cooperative group clinical trials -- Traditional medicine in breast cancer management with a focus on the Chinese integrative approach -- Impact of culture, education and socio-economic status -- Barriers to successful management of breast cancer.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2006From: MyiLibrary
    [edited by] Martine J. Piccart ... [et al.].
  • 2013From: Springer
    Aamir Ahmad, editor.
    This volume comprehensively covers recent prrogress in breast cancer research. In an effort to successfully treat breast cancer, it is imperative to fully understand the disease with all its heterogeneity ; understand the factors that influence the metastasis of breast cancer to distant organs making it lethal and understand the underlying processes that lead to the phenomenon of drug-resistance making the disease particularly incurable. The book explores all of these issues, including the phenomenon of epithelial-mesenchymal-transition, cancer stem cells as well as microRNAs in an attempt to better understand the disease in connection to its heterogeneity, metastasis, drug-resistance as well as to propose novel signaling pathways for therapeutic intervention. The profiling of tumors to molecularly classify breast cancers is also investigated so that customized targeted therapies can be developed -- source other than Library of Congress.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Kelly K. Hunt ... [et al.], editors ; foreword by John Mendelsohn.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Lida Mina, Anna Maria Storniolo, Hal Douglas Kipfer, Cindy Hunter, Kandice Ludwig.
    1. Introduction to breast cancer: The Magnitude of the problem -- 2. Risk Factors for Breast Cancer -- 3. Defining the population at elevated risk for Breast Cancer: Risk Models -- 4. Genetic predisposition and Genetic screening -- 5. The BRCA patient population -- 6. Women with benign proliferative breast disease -- 7. Approach to Imaging -- 8. Chemoprevention -- 9. Lifestyle and Breast Cancer -- 10. Obesity and Inflammation -- 11. Conclusion/the Future/ Komen Tissue Bank/Clinical Trials.
  • 2005From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Susan A. Brooks, Adrian Harris.
    Breast tissue banking: collection, handling, storage, and release of tissue for breast cancer research / Linda Snell and Peter H. Watson -- Frozen biopsy collection and storage: frozen biopsy samples / Russell Leek -- Serial biopsies/fine-needle aspirates and their assessment / Irene Boeddinghaus and Stephen R.D. Johnson -- Breast tissue microarrays / Robert J. Springall and Cheryl E. Gillett -- Preparation of tumor homogenates for subsequent preparation of cytosols, membrane fractions, RNA, and DNA / Naomi Robertson and Russell Leek -- Isolation of RNA from tumor samples: single-step guanidinium acid-phenol method / Naomi Robertson and Russell Leek -- Isolation of DNA from tumor samples / Naomi Robertson and Russell Leek -- Laser-assisted microdissection and isolation of DNA and RNA / Ulrich Lehmann and Hans Kreipe -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization and comparative genomic hybridization / Patricia Gorman and Rebecca Roylance -- Fluorescence in situ hybridization assessment of c-myc gene amplification in breast tumor tissues / Jan K. Blancato, Mary Steele Williams, and Robert B. Dickson -- Detection of HER2 gene amplification by fluorescence in situ hybridization in breast cancer / John M.S. Bartlett, and Amanda Forsyth -- In situ hybridization combined with immunohistochemistry to localize gene expression / Rosemary Jeffery, Toby Hunt, and Richard Poulsom -- Quantitation of RNA by ribonuclease protection assay / John W. Moore -- Identification of steroid hormone-regulated genes in breast cancer / Bruce R. Westley and Felicity E.B. May -- Sequencing of the tumor suppressor gene TP 53 / Barbro Linderholm, Torbjörn Norberg, and Jonas Bergh -- Expression profiling using cDNA microarrays / Chris Jones ... [et al.] -- Gene expression analysis using filter cDNA microarrays / Peter Simpson ... [et al.] -- Immunohistochemistry / Cheryl E. Gillett -- Detection of aberrant glycosylation in breast cancer using lectin histochemistry / Tracey M. Carter and Susan A. Brooks -- SDS-PAGE and western blotting to detect proteins and glycoproteins of interest in breast cancer research / Chloe Osborne and Susan A. Brooks -- Breast cancer proteomics using two-dimensional electrophoresis: studying the breast cancer proteome / Miriam V. Dwek and Sarah L. Rawlings -- Procedures for the quantitative protein determination of urokinase and its inhibitor PAI-1 in human breast cancer tissue extracts using ELISA / Manfred Schmitt ... [et al.] -- Methods to analyze the effects of the urokinase system on cancer cell adhesion, proliferation, migration, and signal transduction events / Ute Reuning ... [et al.] -- Phospho-specific antibodies as a tool to study in vivo regulation of BRCA1 after DNA damage / Kum Kum Khanna, Magtouf Gatei, and Gordon Tribbick -- Models of hormone resistance in vitro and in vivo / Jennifer MacGregor Schafer and V. Craig Jordan -- Generation of genetically modified embryonic stem cells for the development of knockout mouse animal model systems / Stephen D. Robinson, Stephen Wilson, and Kairbaan M. Hodivala-Dilke -- In vivo xenograft models of breast cancer metastatsis / Ursula Valentiner, Susan A. Brooks, and Udo Schumacher -- Neoadjuvant endocrine therapy models / Juliette Murray, William R. Miller, and J. Michael Dixon -- Primary mouse endothelial cell culture for assays of angiogenesis / Louise E. Reynolds and Kairbaan M. Hodivala-Dilke. Traditional and established indicators of prognosis and treatment success / Derek E. Roskell and Ian D. Buley -- Sentinel lymph node biopsy in breast cancer / Celia Chao and Kelly M. McMasters -- Pathological evaluation of axillary sentinel lymph nodes in breast cancer / Michael Z. Gilcrease and Aysegul Sahin -- Measurement of estrogen receptor status by immunocytochemistry in paraffin wax sections / Bharat Jasani ... [et al.] -- Markers of apoptosis / Falzul H. Sarkar and Yiwei Li -- Quantitative angiogenesis in breast cancer / Stephen B. Fox --
  • 2010From: Springer
    Edward R. Sauter, Mary B. Daly, editors.
    Part I. Prevention -- Risk Factors / Polly A. Newcomb and Karen J. Wernli -- Lifestyle Factors and Risk of Breast Cancer: A Review of Randomized Trial Findings / Garnet L. Anderson -- Breast Cancer Chemoprevention / Mary B. Daly -- Surgical Management of Inherited Susceptibility to Breast Cancer / Francis Freisinger and Susan M. Domchek -- Part II. Early Detection -- Clinical Breast Examination and Breast Self-Examination / William H. Goodson -- Mammography / Barbara C. Cavanaugh and Sorcha McNally -- Current Status and Future Prospects in Breast Carcinoma of Positron Emission Tomography / Sandip Basu, Joshua I. Rosenbaum and Abass Alavi -- Breast MRI / Barbara C. Cavanaugh and Sorcha McNally -- Genetic and Molecular Approaches to Imaging Breast Cancer / Eric Wickstrom and Mathew L. Thakur -- Intraductal Approaches: Nipple Aspirate Fluid to Assist in Breast Cancer Detection / Edward R. Sauter -- Intraductal Approaches: Mammary Ductoscopy and Ductal Lavage to Assist in the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer / William C. Dooley -- Blood Markers / Mark W. Duncan -- Circulating Tumor Cells in Breast Cancer / Michail Ignatiadis and Dimitris Mavroudis.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Nehmat Houssami, Professor of Public Health, and National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF Australia) Breast Cancer Research Leader Fellow, School of Public Health, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, Australia, Diana Miglioretti, Dean's Professor in Biostatistics, UC Davis School of Medicine, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA, United States, and Senior Investigator, Group Health Reseach Institute, Group Health Cooperative, Seattle, WA, United States.
    Breast cancer screening : balancing evidence with culture, politics, money, and media -- Estimates of screening benefit : the randomized trials of breast cancer screening -- Weighing the benefits and harms : screening mammography in the balance -- The importance of observational evidence to estimate and monitor mortality reduction from current breast cancer screening -- The role of microsimulation modeling in evaluating the outcomes and effect of screening -- Challenges in understanding and quantifying overdiagnosis and overtreatment -- Challenges and opportunities in the implementation of risk-based screening for breast cancer -- Breast cancer screening in the older woman -- Screening women in their 40s -- Screening for breast cancer in women with dense breasts -- Screening women with known or suspected cancer gene mutations -- Imaging surveillance of women with a personal history of breast cancer -- Evolution of mammography screening : from film screen to digital breast tomosynthesis -- Ethical and societal considerations in breast cancer screening -- Treatment of screen-detected breast cancer: can we avoid or minimize overtreatment? -- Informed and shared decision making in breast screening.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Mahesh K Shetty, editor.
    This book presents the current trends and practices in breast imaging. Topics include mammographic interpretation; breast ultrasound; breast MRI; management of the symptomatic breast in young, pregnant, and lactating women; breast intervention with imaging pathological correlation; the postoperative breast; and current and emerging technologies in breast imaging. It emphasizes the importance of fostering a multidisciplinary approach in the diagnosis and treatment of breast diseases. Featuring more than 800 high-resolution images and showcasing contributions from leading authorities in the screening, diagnosis, and management of the breast cancer patient, Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis is a valuable resource for radiologists, oncologists, and surgeons. Mahesh K. Shetty is a Clinical Professor of Radiology at Baylor College of Medicine and the chief physician at the Woman?s Center for Breast Care & MRI at The Woman?s Hospital of Texas.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Alistair Ring, Marina Parton, editors.
    1. Introduction -- 2. Predicting risk of disease recurrence -- 3. Detection of recurrence: clinical follow-up -- 4. Detection of recurrence: imaging strategies -- 5. Follow up of patients with germline mutations in high risk predisposition genes -- 6. Endocrine therapy -- 7. Systemic therapies to reduce the risk of recurrence in early breast cancer: new strategies -- 8. Exercise in breast cancer survivors -- 9. Dietary components and breast cancer survivorship -- 10. Identifiying and managing the consequences of treatment for early breast cancer -- 11. Managing loco-regional complications of breast cancer -- 12. The role of surgery in breast cancer survivors -- 13. Management of menopausal symptoms in breast cancer survivors -- 14. Bone health -- 15. Fertility -- 16. Cardiotoxicity in breast cancer survivors -- 17. Second primary neoplasms following a diagnosis of breast cancer -- 18. The effects of breast cancer treatments on cognition -- 19. Psychological issues in breast cancer survivorship -- 20. Fatigue in breast cancer survivors -- Index.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Syed Z. Ali, Anil V. Parwani ; with contributions by Maureen F. Zakowski and Edi Brogi.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Adam I. Riker, editor.
    Breast Disease: Comprehensive Management provides a clear, concise source of information in order to make real-life, evidence-based decisions for all aspects of breast disease, both benign and malignant. The volume provides the latest breakthroughs in breast cancer research, ranging from paradigm shifts in the surgical management of the axilla, the changing role of adjuvant and neoadjuvant chemotherapy, the impact of molecular medicine in decision-making and the controversial role of prophylactic mastectomy in our era. Within select chapters, ĺlHow I do itĺl clinical scenarios are supplied and described in very practical terms. Also included at the end of each chapter are synoptic questions with detailed answers, akin to the self-assessment (SESAP) format questions and answers. These questions provide a basis for continuous medical education (CME) for the practicing physician and surgeon, further in surgical oncology and breast surgery, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and breast radiologists enhancing a focused approach to the management of breast disease in preparation for the American Board of Surgery certification and re-certification for the general surgeon. This title is of great value to general surgeons, breast surgeons, surgical oncologists, general surgery residents, and fellows
  • 2016From: Springer
    Adnan Aydiner, Abdullah İğci, Atilla Soran, editors.
    Breast anatomy and physiology -- 2. Benign diseases of the breast -- 3. Benign breast tumors -- 4. Epidemiology, risk factors, and prevention -- 5. Breast imaging and image-guided biopsy techniques -- 6. Lobular carcinoma in situ -- 8. Biology and genetics of breast cancer -- 9. Clinical aspects of estrogen and progesterone receptros and ERBB2 testing -- 10. Prognostic and predictive factors of invasive breast cancer -- 11. Gene arrays, prognosis, and therapeutic interventions -- 12. Bone marrow micrometastases and circulating tumor cells -- 13. Pathology of breast cancer -- 14. Intraoperative pathological examination of breast lesions -- 15. Fibroepithelial tumors of the breast -- 16. Mesenchymal tumors of the breast -- Index.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Adnan Aydiner, Abdullah İgci, Atilla Soran, editors.
    1. Biopsy techniques in non-palpable or palpable breast lesions -- 2. Evaluation of patients for metastases prior to primary therapy -- 3. Staging of breast cancer -- 4. Surgical treatment of early-stage breast cancer -- 5. Evaluation of axillary nodes -- 6. Breast reconstruction -- 7. Adjuvant systemic therapy: endocrine therapy -- 8. Adjuvant systemic chemotherapy for HER2-negative disease -- 9. Adjuvant therapy for HER2-positive early breast cancer -- 10. Post-mastectomy adjuvant radiotherapy (PMRT) -- 11. Adjuvant radiation therapy after peroperative chemotherapy -- 12. Breast-conserving therapy: hypofractionated and conventional whole-breast irradiation and accelerated partial-breast irradiation -- 13. Preoperative therapy for operable breast cancer -- 14. Neoadjuvant hormonal therapy in breast cancer -- 15. Systermic therapy for locally advanced breast cancer -- 16. Systemic therapy for inflammatory breast cancer -- 17. Surgical management of operable breast cancer after neoadjuvant systemic therapy -- 18. Surgical management of locally advanced breast cancer -- 19. Surgical management of inflammatory breast cancer -- 20. Occult primary breast cancer with axillary metastases -- 21. Breast cancer in older women -- 22. Breast cancer in young women (premenopausal breast cacner) -- 23. Male breast cancer -- 24. Breast cancer in pregnancy -- 25. Paget's disease of the breast -- 26. Phyllodes tumors of the breast -- 27. Nonepithelial malignancies of the breast -- 28. Surveillance of patients following primary therapy -- 29. Surgery for the primary tumor in patients with de novo stage IV breast cancer -- 30. Local-regional recurrence after breast-conservation treatment or mastectomy -- 31. Treatment of metastic breast cancer: chemotherapy -- 32. Treatment of metastatic breast cancer: chemotherapy -- 33. Treatment of HER2-overexpressing metastatic breast cancer -- 34. End-of-life considerations in patients with breast cancer -- 35. Angiogenesis inhibition in breast cancer -- 36. Tyrosine kinase inhibitors -- 37. Neurological metastases -- 38. Ocular metastases -- 39. Management of malignant pleural effusions in breast cancer -- 40. Management of discrete pulmonary nodules -- 41. Management of isolated liver metastasis -- 42. Bone-directed therapy and breast cancer: bisphosphonates, monoclonal antibodies, and radionuclides -- 43. The local management of bone metastases -- 44. A review of local and systemic therapy in breast cancer -- 45. Decision pathways in breast cancer management -- 46. Nursing care and management -- 47. Psychosocial adaptation during and after breast cancer -- 48. Breast cancer-related lymphedema (BCRL) -- 49. Reproductive issues in breast cancer -- 50. Onco-cardiology for breast cancer -- Index.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Radhakrishna Selvi.
    It is challenging enough to be able to make a diagnosis in mammography, but the newer standards of care demand more than just providing a diagnosis. This book is an excellent resource to improve the understanding of breast diseases, recognize and manage problems encountered in breast imaging and clinical management of the breast diseases. With forty four chapters, this volume is divided into six sections on screening of breast cancer, imaging modalities, benign breast disorders, interventional procedures, pathological considerations and breast cancer. Breast Diseases: Imaging and Clinical Management is a crisp volume on clinical and multimodality breast imaging with emphasis on interventional procedures, pathology and the entire spectrum of breast cancers.
  • 2015From: Thieme Book
    2015From: Thieme-Connect
    Richard G. Barr.
    "Elastography is a noninvasive imaging technique that detects tumors based on their stiffness compared to normal tissue. It uses ultrasound technology and can be performed during an ultrasound examination of the breast. It can dramatically reduce the number of breast biopsies performed. This book introduces the techniques of breast elastography followed by a detailed description for each of the techniques, highlighting their pros and cons. This is followed by a section on how to perform each of the techniques. The third section discusses the methods of interpretation for each technique, and the final section presents cases studies highlighting the pros and cons of each technique and how to avoid pitfalls in interpretation. It is written to appeal to the beginner as well as the experienced user"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Brendon J. Coventry, editor.
    Written by internationally acclaimed specialists, Breast, Endocrine and Surgical Oncology provides pertinent and concise procedure descriptions spanning benign and malignant problems and minimally invasive procedures. Complications are reviewed when appropriate for the organ system and problem, creating a book that is both comprehensive and accessible. Stages of operative approaches with relevant technical considerations are outlined in an easily understandable manner. The text is illustrated throughout by photographs that depict anatomic or technical principles. Forming part of the series, Surgery: Complications, Risks and Consequences, this volume Breast, Endocrine and Surgical Oncology provides a valuable resource for all general surgeons and residents in training. Other healthcare providers will also find this a useful resource.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Gail Goldberg, Andrew Prentice, Ann Prentice, Suzanne Filteau, Kirstren Simondon.
    1. Growth and organ development / T.J. Cole -- 2. Nutrient transfer: mammary gland regulation / S.L. Kelleher, B. Lönnerdal -- 3. Micronutrient transfer: infant absorption / B. Lönnerdal, S. L. Kelleher -- 4. Developmental aspects of the mucosal immune system ... / P.L. Ogra -- 5. Infant feeding and growth / K.G. Dewey -- 6. Intestinal flora / C. Kunz, S. Kuntz, S. Rudloff -- 7. Transenteric signalling: mammary messages or white noise / L.T. Weaver -- 8. Immune function / L.Å. Hanson, ... et al. -- 9. Flavour programming during breast-feeding / J.A. Mennella -- 10. Methodological challenges in studying long-term effectors of breast-feeding / M.S. Kramer -- 11. Long term effects of early postnatal diet on adult health / S.E. Ozanne -- 12. Protective effect of breast-feeding against obesity in childhood ... / S. Arenz, R. Von Kries -- 13. Breast-feeding influences on later life - cardiovascular disease / D.A. Leon, G. Ronalds -- 14. Do infants who are breast-fed have an altered risk of developing cancer / R. Martin, G. Davey Smith, D.Gunnell -- 15. Effects of breast-feeding on cognitive function / K.F. Michaelsen, L. Lauritzen, E L. Mortensen -- 16. Developmental origins of osteoporotic fracture / C. Cooper, ... et al. -- 17. Long-term effects of breast-feeding on asthma and atopic disease / W.H. Oddy -- 18. Evolution of human lactation and complementary feeding: Implications for understanding contemporary cross-cultural variation / D.W. Sellen -- 19. Macy-György prize lecture: my milky way / L.Å. Hanson -- 20. Exclusive breast-feeding and HIV infection / L. Kasonka, S. Filteau, and The Breast-Feeding and Postpartum Health Project Team -- 21. Breast-feeding practices in relation to HIV in India / A.V. Shankar -- 22. Breast-feeding and HIV-1 infection: maternal health / P.A. Otieno -- 23. Early breast-feeding cessation and infant mortality in low-income countries: workshop summary / K.B. Simondon -- 24. Measuring trace immune factors in human milk: workshop summary / S. Filteau -- 25. Abstracts of poster presentations.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2008From: Thieme
    Uwe Fischer, Friedemann Baum ; translator, Susanne Luftner-Nagel ; illustrator, Emil Wolfgang Hanns.
    Methods -- Nomenclature and findings -- Benign changes -- Borderline Lesions -- Breast carcinoma -- Other potentially malignant and malignant lesions -- Post traumatic changes -- Prosthesis.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    Lawrence W. Bassett [and others] [editors].
    History of Breast Imaging -- Epidemiology of Breast Cancer -- Screening Results, Controversies, and Guidelines -- Mammography and Digital Equipment -- Computer-Aided Detection -- Positioning in Mammography -- Clinical Image Evaluation -- Mammography Quality Control : Digital and Screen-Film -- Ultrasound Equipment -- Ultrasound Indications and Interpretation -- Magnetic Resonance Equipment and Techniques -- Magnetic Resonance Imaging : Indications and Interpretation -- BI-RADS, Reporting, and Communication -- The Normal Breast -- Benign Cystic Lesions of the Breast -- Solid Benign Lesions of the Breast -- Proliferative Lesions -- Typical Benign Calcifications -- High-Risk Breast Diseases -- Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases of the Breast -- Ductal Carcinoma in Situ and Paget's Disease -- Invasive Ductal Carcinomas -- Invasive Lobular Carcinoma -- Other Malignant Breast Diseases -- The Effect of Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy on Breast Tissue -- American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria -- Appropriate Management of Masses -- Appropriate Management of Calcifications -- Image-Guided Percutaneous Biopsy -- Galactography -- Presurgical Needle Localization -- Specimen Processing in Pathology -- Post-Biopsy Management -- The Conservatively Treated Breast -- The Augmented Breast -- Reduction Mammoplasty -- The Mammography Quality Standards Act and Accreditation -- The Medical Audit : Statistical Basis of Clinical Outcomes Analysis -- Coding and Billing in Breast Imaging -- Medical-Legal Aspects of Breast Imaging and Intervention -- Emerging X-Ray-Based and Nuclear Technologies -- Ultrasound-Based Technologies Including Elastography and Automated Whole Breast Scanning -- Recent Advances in Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in the Breast -- Minimally Invasive Percutaneous Breast Cancer Ablation.
  • Gilda Cardeñosa.
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    Breast cancer: an overview -- Regulatory issues -- Quality control -- Technical considerations -- Screening mammography -- Diagnostic mammography and problem solving -- Breast ultrasound -- Magnetic resonance imaging -- Skin -- Nipple-areolar complex -- Major subareolar ducts -- Terminal ducts -- Lobules -- Stroma -- The altered breast -- The male breast -- Interventional procedures -- Documentation and the mammographic report -- Mammography audit.
  • Gilda Cardenosa
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  • 2007From: Ovid
    Daniel B. Kopans.
    Breast anatomy and basic histology, physiology, and pathology -- A pathologist's overview of the pathology of breast disease / Joseph Rabban -- Epidemiology, etiology, risk factors, and survival from breast cancer -- Screening for breast cancer -- Radiation risk -- Staging breast cancer -- Ductal carcinoma in situ and early-stage breast cancer: detection, diagnosis, and prognostic indicators -- Mammography: equipment and basic physics -- Quality assurance and quality control / Debra Deibel -- Mammographic positioning -- A systematic approach to breast imaging -- Mammography and the normal breast -- Interpreting the mammogram -- Benign lesions -- Probably benign findings appropriately managed with short-interval follow-up -- Suspicious lesions and lesions with a high probability of malignancy -- Breast ultrasound -- The altered breast: pregnancy, lactation, abscess, post biopsy changes, mastectomy, radiation, and implants -- The male breast -- Magnetic resonance imaging of the breast / Carol A. Hulka and Daniel B. Kopans -- Evaluating women with lumps, thickening, discharge or pain: imaging women with signs or symptoms that might indicate breast cancer -- Image sequencing: problems and solutions in breast evaluation -- Histological, pathological and imaging correlation -- Interventional procedures in the breast -- The breast imaging report: data management and the breast imaging audit -- The medical-legal problem and breast imaging -- Digital mammography -- Digital breast tomosynthesis -- Cytopathology.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2015From: Springer
    Biren A. Shah, Gina M. Fundaro, Sabala Mandava.
    This book provides a concise review of essential radiology findings for interpreting multimodality images of the breast. It includes over 90 cases that present patient history, radiologic findings, common diagnoses, and discussion points, accompanied by over 360 high-quality digital images derived from mammography, ultrasound, MRI, and PET modalities. It also presents concise pearls covering the basics of interventional breast procedures; high-yield facts vital to the practice of breast imaging; and a quick reference to the fifth edition of the American College of Radiology Breast Imaging-Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS) Atlas for mammography, ultrasound, and breast MRI. Breast Imaging Review: A Quick Guide to Essential Diagnoses, 2nd Edition, is a valuable resource for radiology residents preparing to take the core and certifying exams as well as for fellows and practicing radiologists interested in reviewing the basics of breast imaging interpretation and interventional procedures.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Biren A. Shah, Gina M. Fundaro, Sabala Mandava.
    "Breast Imaging Review: A Quick Guide to Essential Diagnoses serves as a quick review of essential radiology findings for interpreting multimodality images of the breast. The book includes 92 easy-to-read cases presenting common diagnoses, with over 360 high-quality figures encompassing mammography, ultrasound, MRI, and PET images. Also included are concise pearls covering the basics of interventional breast procedures, such as MRI-guided breast biopsy, galactography, and ultrasound-guided cyst aspirations, along with high yield facts vital to the practice of breast imaging. Co-authored by Drs. Biren A. Shah, Gina M. Fundaro, and Sabala Mandava, this book successfully integrates a comprehensive array of images, diagnoses, and discussion points into a quickly reviewable format. Breast Imaging Review is a valuable resource for radiology residents preparing to take the oral boards, as well as fellows and practicing radiologists interested in reviewing the basics of breast imaging interpretation and interventional procedures."--Publisher's website.
  • Ikeda, Debra M.
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  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    Debra M. Ikeda, Kanae K. Miyake.
    Mammography acquisition : screen-film, digital mammography and tomosynthesis, the Mammography Quality Standards Act, and computer-aided detection / R. Edward Hendrick, Debra M. Ikeda, and Kanae K. Miyake -- Mammogram analysis and interpretation / Debra M. Ikeda and Kanae K. Miyake -- Mammographic analysis of breast calcifications / Kanae Kawai Miyake and Debra M. Ikeda -- Mammographic and ultrasound analysis of breast masses / Kanae Kawai Miyake and Debra M. Ikeda -- Breast ultrasound principles / Debra M. Ikeda, Kanae K. Miyake, Ellen B. Mendelson, and Dipti Gupta -- Mammographic and ultrasound-guided breast biopsy procedures / Debra M. Ikeda and Kanae K. Miyake -- Magnetic resonance imaging of breast cancer and MRI-guided breast biopsy / Bruce L. Daniel, Debra M. Ikeda, and Kanae K. Miyake -- Breast cancer treatment-related imaging and the postoperative breast / Kathleen C. Horst, Kanae K. Miyake, Debra M. Ikeda, and Frederick M. Dirbas -- Breast implants and the reconstructed breast / Debra M. Ikeda, Kanae K. Miyake, Dung Hoang Nguyen, and Bruce L. Daniel -- Clinical problems and unusual breast conditions / Debra M. Ikeda and Kanae K. Miyake -- 18FDG-PET/CT and nuclear medicine for the evaluation of breast cancer / Camila Mosci, Kanae K. Miyake, and Andrew Quon.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    Viriginia Molleran, Mary C. Mahoney.
    Breast MRI is a comprehensive, practical resource entirely devoted to this state-of-the-art technique, which has emerged as a valuable adjunct to the conventional imaging modalities in the detection of primary and recurrent breast cancer. This brand-new medical reference book utilizes an atlas-type format that showcases numerous examples of each aspect of breast MRI, equipping you with the latest knowledge on effective breast image interpretation. Compare your breast imaging findings to a wealth of breast MRI examples that capture the characteristic clinical presentation of both normal and diseased patients. Apply the most up-to-date information available on all aspects of breast MRI, including MRI-guided biopsy, breast cancer screening with MRI, MRI features of benign and malignant lesions, and MRI in the evaluation of newly diagnosed breast cancer.Take advantage of an image-rich, atlas-type format that offers the visual clarity you need for accurate interpretation.Access the full text and images online at Expert Consult.
  • 2008From: Springer
    R. Edward Hendrick.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Frances P. O'Malley, Sarah E. Pinder, Anna Marie Mulligan.
    Breast Pathology, a title in the Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology series, provides all of the most essential information on the pathological entities encountered in practice in an easy-to-use format. Drs. Frances P. O'Malley, Sarah E. Pinder, and Anna Marie Mulligan provide unparalleled expert guidance for the study and diagnosis of a broad spectrum of breast lesions as well as the broad range of appearances of normal breast tissue. The consistent, practical format with a wealth of illustrations, at-a-glance boxes, and tables, along with online access at, make this title ideal for quick reference for both novices and experienced breast pathologists Reference key information quickly and easily with a consistent, user-friendly format and at-a-glance boxes and tables throughout the text. Examine all aspects of a pathologic entity, including clinical features, pathologic features (gross and microscopic), ancillary studies, differential diagnosis, and prognostic and therapeutic considerations. Catch all the nuances of how pathological lesions present through over 400 full-color illustrations. Practice with confidence and overcome your toughest challenges with advice from the top minds in breast pathology.
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] David J. Dabbs.
    1. Normal breast and developmental disorders -- 2. Reactive and inflammatory conditions of the breast -- 3. Infections of the breast -- 4. Epidemiology of breast cancer and pathology of heritable breast cancer -- 5. Patient safety in breast pathology -- 6. Gross examination of breast pathology -- 7. Sentinel lymph node biopsy -- 8. Breast imaging modalities for pathologists -- 9. Predictive and prognostic marker testing in breast pathology: immunophenotypic subclasses of disease -- 10. Molecular-based testing in breast disease for therapeutic decisions -- 11. Diagnostic immunohistology of the breast -- 12. Fibroepithelial lesions -- 13. Papilloma and papillary lesions -- 14. Adenosis and microglandular adenosis -- 15. Nipple adenoma (florid papillomatosis of the nipple) -- 16. Radial scar -- 17. Myoepithelial lesions of the breast -- 18. Fibrocystic change and usual epithelial hyperplasia of ductal type -- 19. Columnar cell alterations, flat epithelial atypia, and atypical ductal epithelial hyperplasia -- 20. Molecular classification of breast carcinoma -- 21. Lobular neoplasia and invasive lobular carcinoma -- 22. Ductal carcinoma in situ -- 23. Invasive ductal carcinoma of no special type and histologic grade -- 24. Triple-negative and basal-like carcinoma -- 25. Metaplastic breast carcinoma -- 26. Apocrine carcinoma of the breast -- 27. Paget disease of the breast -- 28. Pathology of neoadjuvant therapeutic response of breast carcinoma -- 29. Special types of invasive breast: tubular carcinoma, mucinous carcinoma, cribriform carcinoma, micropapillary carcinoma, carcinoma with medullary features -- 30. Rare breast carcinomas: adenoid cystic carcinoma, neuroendocrine carcinoma, secretory carcinoma, carcinoma with osteoclast-like giant cells, lipid-rich carcinoma, and glycogen-rich clear cell carcinoma -- 31. Mesenchymal neoplasms of the breast -- 32. Neoplasia of the male breast -- 33. Breast tumors in children and adolescents -- 34. Tumors of the mammary skin -- 35. Hematopoietic tumors of the breast -- 36. Metastatic tumors in the breast -- 37. Next-generation DNA sequencing and the management of patients with clinically advanced breast cancer.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Melvin A. Shiffman, editor.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    edited by J. Michael Dixon.
    The role of imaging in breast diagnosis including screening and excision of impalpable lesions / A. Robin M. Wilson and R. Douglas Macmillan -- Pathology and biology of breast cancer / Rajendra S. Rampaul ... [et al.] -- Nipple discharge and the role of ductoscopy in breast diseases / Sarah Tang and Gerald Gui -- Breast-conserving surgery : the balance between good cosmesis and local control / J. Michael Dixon -- Techniques of mastectomy : tips and pitfalls / R. Douglas Macmillan -- Oncoplastic procedures to allow breast conservation and a satisfactory cosmetic outcome / Richard M. Rainsbury ... [et al.] -- The axilla : current management including sentinel node and lymphedema / Anees B. Chagpar -- The genetics of breast cancer, risk-reducing surgery, and prevention / D. Gareth, R. Evans and Ava Kwong -- Breast reconstruction / Mark Schaverien and Cameron Raine -- Breast cancer treatments of uncommon diseases / Daniel Xavier Choi and Monica Morrow -- Treatment of ductal carcinoma in situ / Nicola L.P. Barnes and Nigel J. Bundred -- The role of adjuvant systemic therapy in patients with operable breast cancer / Rosalie Fisher and Ian Smith -- Locally advanced breast cancer / Douglas J.A. Adamson and Alastair M. Thompson -- Metastatic disease and palliative care / John Dewar and Pamela Levack -- The role of adjuvant radiotherapy in the management of breast cancer / Ian Kunkler -- Psychosocial issues in breast cancer / Lesley Fallowfield and Valerie Jenkins -- Benign breast disease / Steven Thrush and J. Michael Dixon -- Litigation in breast surgery / Tim Davidson and Tom Bates.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Frederick M. Dirbas, Carol E.H. Scott-Conner (eds.).
    Pt. 1. Fundamentals -- pt. 2. Biologic principles -- pt. 3. Initial evaluation of the patient -- pt. 4. Common presenting complaints and concerns -- pt. 5. Diagnostic techniques -- pt. 6. Breast cancer overview -- pt. 7. Breast surgery : management of the primary tumor -- pt. 8. Breast surgery : sentinel node biopsy and axillary dissection -- pt. 9. Breast surgery : special issues -- pt. 10. Cytology and pathology -- pt. 11. Systemic therapy for breast cancer -- pt. 12. Radiation therapy of the breast -- pt. 13. The breast cancer survivor.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2013From: Springer
    Alexander N. Sencha, Elena V. Evseeva, Mikhail S. Mogutov, Yury N. Patrunov.
    Diagnosis of breast cancer: modern aspects -- Technique of breast ultrasound -- Ultrasound of the normal breast -- Ultrasound diagnosis of breast cancer -- Classification of breast masses -- Ultrasound features of different types of breast cancer -- Differential diagnosis of breast diseases -- Age-related changes in breast structure: breast ultrasound in children and adolescents -- Breast pathology in men -- Ultrasound examination of regional lymph nodes -- Ultrasound examination after breast surgery -- Recurrent breast cancer.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Ruth A. Lawrence, Robert M. Lawrence.
    The revolution in infant feeding -- Anatomy of the breast -- Physiology of lactation -- Biochemistry of human milk -- Host-resistance factors and immunologic significance of human milk -- Psychological impact of breastfeeding -- Benefits of breastfeeding for infants/making an informed decision -- Practical management of the mother-infant nursing couple -- Maternal nutrition and supplements for mother and infant -- Weaning -- Normal growth, failure to thrive, and obesity in breastfed infants -- Medications, herbal preparations, and natural products in breast milk -- Transmission of infectious diseases through breast milk and breastfeeding -- Breastfeeding infants with problems -- Premature infants and breastfeeding -- Medical complications of mothers -- Human milk as a prophylaxis -- Employment and away from home activities while breastfeeding -- Induced lactation and relactation (including nursing the adopted baby) and cross-nursing -- Reproductive function during lactation -- The collection and storage of human milk and human milk banking -- Breastfeeding support groups and community resources -- Educating and training the medical professional.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Nir Sterer, Mel Rosenberg.
  • pt. 1-2, 2010-2011.From: ScienceDirect
    pt. 2From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Jean-Pierre Gossard, Réjean Dubuc and Arlette Kolta.
  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Gert Holstege, Caroline M. Beers, Hari H. Subramanian.
  • 2006From: Springer
    I. Homma, S. Shioda (eds.).
    Central regulation of breathing -- Neurogeneration and neuroprotection -- Brain functions in health and disease -- Brain functions by the Dipole Tracing method.
  • [edited by] Barry M. Brenner, Samuel A. Levine.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • v.1-2=, 2016From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Karl Skorecki, Glenn M. Chertow, Philip A. Marsden, Maarten W. Taal, Alan S.L. Yu ; special assistant to the editors, Walter G. Wasser.
    Embryology of the kidney -- Anatomy of the kidney -- The renal circulations and glomerular ultrafiltration -- The podocyte -- Metabolic basis of solute transport -- Transport of sodium, chloride, and potassium -- The regulation of calcium, magnesium, and phosphate excretion by the kidney -- Renal handling of organic solutes -- Renal acidification mechanisms -- Urine concentration and dilution -- The cell biology of vasopressin action -- Aldosterone and mineralocorticoid receptors : renal and extrarenal roles -- Vasoactive molecules and the kidney -- Arachidonic acid metabolites and the kidney -- Disorders of sodium balance -- Disorders of water balance -- Disorders of acid-base balance -- Disorders of potassium balance -- Disorders of calcium, magnesium, and phosphate balance -- Epidemiology of kidney disease -- Demographics of kidney disease -- Risk factors and chronic kidney disease -- Nephron endowment and developmental programming of blood pressure and renal function -- Aging and kidney disease -- Approach to the patient with kidney disease -- Laboratory assessment of kidney disease : glomerular filtration rate, urinalysis, and proteinuria -- Interpretation of electrolyte and acid-base parameters in blood and urine -- Diagnostic kidney imaging -- The kidney biopsy -- Biomarkers in acute and chronic kidney diseases -- Acute kidney injury -- Primary glomerular disease -- Secondary glomerular disease -- Overview of therapy for glomerular disease -- Microvascular and macrovascular diseases of the kidney -- Tubulointerstitial diseases -- Urinary tract infection in adults -- Urinary tract obstruction -- Diabetic nephropathy -- Urolithiasis -- Kidney cancer -- Onco-nephrology : kidney disease in patients with cancer -- Genetic basis of kidney disease -- Inherited disorders of the glomerulus -- Inherited disorders of the renal tubule -- Cystic diseases of the kidney -- Primary and secondary hypertension -- Renovascular hypertension and ischemic nephropathy -- Hypertension and kidney disease in pregnancy -- Antihypertensive therapy -- Diuretics -- Adaptation to nephron loss and mechanisms of progression in chronic kidney disease -- Mechanisms and consequences of proteinuria -- The pathophysiology of uremia -- Chronic kidney disease-mineral bone disorder -- Cardiovascular aspects of kidney disease -- Hematologic aspects of kidney disease -- Endocrine aspects of chronic kidney disease -- Neurologic aspects of kidney disease -- Dermatologic conditions in kidney disease -- Dietary approaches to kidney diseases -- A stepped care approach to the management of chronic kidney disease -- Therapeutic approach to chronic kidney disease-mineral bone disorder -- Drug dosing considerations in patients with acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease -- Hemodialysis -- Peritoneal dialysis -- Critical care nephrology -- Plasmapheresis -- Elimination enhancement of poisons -- Interventional nephrology -- Transplantation immunobiology -- Clinical management of the adult kidney transplant recipient -- Malformation of the kidney : structural and functional consequences -- Diseases of the kidney and urinary tract in children -- Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders in children -- Renal replacement therapy (dialysis and transplantation) in pediatric end-stage kidney disease -- Latin America -- Africa -- Near and Middle East -- Indian subcontinent -- The Far East -- Oceania region -- Ethical dilemmas facing nephrology : past, present, and future -- Health disparities in nephrology -- Care of the older adult with chronic kidney disease -- Tissue engineering, stem cells, and cell therapy in nephrology -- Quality improvement initiatives in kidney disease.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by B.G.J. Knols and C. Louis.
    Executive summary -- Report of the working-group meeting / Christos Louis and Bart G.J. Knols -- Review of previous applications of genetics to vector control / Chris F. Curtis -- Genomics and expected benefits for vector entomology / Christos Louis -- Genetic approaches for malaria control / Marcelo Jacobs-Lorena -- Current thoughts about the integration of field and laboratory sciences in genetic control of disease vectors / Thomas W. Scott -- Genetic approaches in Aedes aegypti for control of dengue: an overview / Kenneth Olson .... [et al.] -- Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in West and Central Africa / Didier Fontenille and Pierre Carnevale -- Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in Southern and Eastern Africa / Maureen Coetzee -- Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in Southeast Asia / Pattamaporn Kittayapong -- Malaria and dengue vector biology and control in Latin America / Mario H. Rodriguez -- Transition from the laboratory to the field and effective interplay / Christos Louis -- Evaluation of drive mechanisms (including transgenes and drivers) in different environmental conditions and genetic backgrounds / Anthony A. James ... [et al.] -- Tools for monitoring the genetic structure and stability of mosquito populations / Gregory C. Lanzaro, Sergey Nuzhdin and Frederic Tripet -- What are relevant assays for refractoriness / George K. Christophides ... [et al.] -- Fitness studies: developing a consensus methodology / Thomas W. Scott ... [et al.] -- Mosquito mating behaviour / Willem Takken ... [et al.] -- Pathogen evolution issues in genetically modified mosquito vector strategies / Mario H. Rodriquez -- Models to investigate some issues regarding the feasibility of driving refractoriness genes into mosquito vector populations / Chris F. Curtis -- Identification and characterization of field sites for genetic control of disease vectors / Bart G.J. Knols and Hervé Bossin -- Application of genetically modified mosquitoes in national vector control programmes: thoughts on integrated control / Abraham Mnzava ... [et al.] -- Entomological correlates of epidemiological impacts: how do we know it is working? / Andrew Githeko -- Ethical, legal and social issues in the use of genetically modified vectors for disease control / Yeya T. Touré and Lucien Manga.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Georg F. Bauer, Oliver Hämmig.
    In our complex, fast changing society, health is strongly influenced by the continuously changing interactions between organisations and their employees. Three major fields contribute to health-oriented improvements of these interactions: occupational health, organizational health and public health. As currently only partial links exist amongst these fields, the book aims to explore potential synergies more systematically. Considering the high mental and social demands in a service and knowledge sector economy, the first part of the book focuses on work-related psychosocial factors. As a large proportion of inequalities in health in developed countries can be explained by inequalities in working conditions, those psychosocial factors with a particularly high public health impact are highlighted. As addressing these psychosocial factors requires to involve the organization as the key change agent, the second part covers approaches to improve public health through organizational level health interventions. The last section takes a look into the future of occupational, organizational and public health: what are the future challenges regarding occupational health and how can they be tackled within and beyond the organizational level. Overall, this integrating book will help to broaden the evidence-base, legitimacy and efficacy of occupational- and organizational-level health interventions and thus increase their public health impact.
  • Hanna Levenson.
    In Brief Dynamic Therapy, Hanna Levenson discusses the history, theory, and practice of this approach. Brief dynamic therapy is a time-efficient treatment in which the therapist maintains a focus on specific client issues and goals, all within a basic psychodynamic conceptual framework. Many different approaches fit this general definition, but each shares the brief dynamic characteristics of time management, defined focus, circumscribed goals, active therapist participation, rapid assessment, prompt intervention, an awareness of unconscious processes, and techniques that quickly foster a strong alliance with the client. Dr. Levenson discusses the approach of brief dynamic therapy in general, but focuses on one example, time-limited dynamic psychotherapy (TLDP), to give readers a richer understanding of this popular model. Time-limited dynamic psychotherapy is an integrative approach that uses recent developments in attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, affective - experiential learning, and systems orientations to help clients with long-standing, dysfunctional ways of relating to others. It provides a specialized method for delineating the client's cyclical maladaptive interpersonal pattern that can lead to symptoms like depression and anxiety. This approach privileges empathic attunement and awareness of moment-to-moment affective shifts within the client, and transactions between the client and therapist. In this book, the author presents and explores this integrative, culturally-sensitive approach, its theory, history, the therapy process, primary change mechanisms, empirical basis, and future developments. This essential primer, amply illustrated with detailed case examples, is perfect for graduate students studying theories of therapy and counseling as well as for seasoned practitioners interested in learning how to do focused, depth work. -- Provided by publisher.
  • 2000-Latest year only
  • 2006From: CRCnetBASE
    Steven B. Karch.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Gerard O'Regan.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    Hermine L. Graham, Alex Copello, Max Birchwood, Emma Griffith.
    Brief Integrated Motivational Intervention provides clinicians and specialist practitioners with a brief, evidence-based treatment approach for motivating clients, who have comorbid mental health and alcohol and drug misuse. -Combines CBT, motivational interviewing, and the authors' own cognitive- behavioural integrated treatment (C-BIT) to engage clients in meaningful dialogue for change -Utilizes the short 'window of opportunity' when clients are admitted to psychiatric hospital or have recently relapsed, and helps clinicians to maximize the potential of this 'teachable moment' -Helpful tools such as session-specific content, illustrative case material and easy-to-use worksheets facilitate implementation of the approach across a range of settings including inpatient, community, and residential -Developed by an expert team with many years of experience in both research and practice in the fields of psychosis and addiction.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Basant Pradhan, Narsimha Pinninti, Shanaya Rathod, editors.
    Brief Interventions for Psychosis: Overview and Future Directions -- Integrated Pathways of Care for Psychosis: An Overview -- Brief Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Psychosis -- Avatar Therapy for Rrefractory Auditory Hallucinations -- Yoga and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis (Y- MBCTp©): A Pilot Study on its Efficacy as Brief Therapy -- Brief Treatment of Psychosis from a Developmentally Informed Psychoanalytic Perspective -- Application of Motivational Interviewing in Working with Psychotic Disorders -- Brief Family nterventions in Psychosis: A Collaborative, Resource-Oriented Approach to Working with Families and Wider Support Networks -- Recovery Related Brief Interventions for Psychosis -- Employment support for people with psychosis -- Cultural Factors in the Treatment of Psychosis -- Brief Intervention Models in Psychosis for Developing Countries (Asia & Africa) -- Policy Implications in Psychosis.
  • 2017From: Pediatric Care Online
    editors, Joseph F. Hagan, Jr., Judith S. Shaw, Paula M. Duncan.
    Bright Futures is a set of principles, strategies, and tools for use in improving the health and well-being of all children (newborn-21) through culturally appropriate interventions addressing current and emerging health promotion needs.
  • 2008From: Pediatric Care Online
    editors, Joseph F. Hagan, Judith S. Shaw, Paula M. Duncan.
    Bright future themes -- Bright future visits -- Appendices.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Graham Dickson, Bill Tholl.
    Like other international jurisdictions, the Canadian health sector faces significant demands for change and improvement to meet the needs of the 21st Century. To achieve that goal, highly sophisticated and capable leaders are required across all dimensions of the health system. Bringing Leadership to Life in Health: LEADS in a Caring Environment examines the essence of leadership itself and what it means to be a leader in today's world. The authors describe key challenges that demand reform in the health sector, examine why better leadership is the source code for better system performance, and look at the issues that stand in the way of getting that leadership. This book describes the five domains of the Caring Environment capabilities framework: Lead Self, Engage Others, Achieve Results, Develop Coalitions, and Systems Transformation. Bringing Leadership to Life in Health: LEADS in a Caring Environment is a simple, easily accessible, and research informed book which will explain the LEADS in a Caring Environment capabilities framework that has been adopted across Canada as the foundation for health leadership talent management. This book will illustrate this framework through supportive research, relevant stories solicited from health leaders at all levels as well as the inclusion of "learning moments" to help the readers reflect on their own experiences.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by G. Allen Finley, Patrick J. McGrath, and Christine T. Chambers.
    Hospital-based pain care for infants and children / Brenda C. McClain -- Treatment of acute and chronic pain in the outpatient setting / Neil L. Schechter -- Pain and pain relief in pediatric end-of-life care / John J. Collins and Gerri Frager -- Residential treatment settings for adolescent chronic pain management : rationale, development and evidence / Christopher Eccleston, Hannah Connell, and Nicola Carmichael -- Managing pediatric pain at school / Ronald T. Brown -- Efficacy of complementary and alternative medicine approaches for pediatric pain : state of the science / Jennie C.I. Tsao, Marcia Meldrum, and Lonnie K. Zeltzer -- Technology in pediatric pain management / Patrick J. McGrath, Carolyn Watters, and Erin Moon -- Developing pain services around the world / G. Allen Finley and Paula A. Forgeron -- Knowledge translation and pain management / Shannon Scott-Findlay and Carole A. Estabrooks.
  • 2007From: IngentaConnect
    edited by Geoffrey L. Hudson.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • Michael T. Madigan, John M. Martinko, Paul V. Dunlap, David P. Clark.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Howard Fillit, Kenneth Rockwood, John Young.
  • [edited by] Howard M. Fillit, Kenneth Rockwood, Kenneth Woodhouse.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2006From: Springer
    by Dr. K. Brodmann ; translated with editorial notes and an introduction by Laurence J. Garey.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Lynn Wecker ; with Lynn M. Crespo ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    Felix S. Chew, University of Washington, Catherine Maldjian, New York University, Hyojeong Mulcahy, University of Washington.
    1. Fractures and dislocations of the fingers -- 2. Fractures and dislocations of the metacarpals -- 3. Fractures and dislocations of the carpal bones -- 4. Fractures and dislocations of the radius and ulna -- 5. Fractures and dislocations of the elbow and arm -- 6. Fractures and dislocations of the shoulder and thoracic cage -- 7. Fractures and dislocations of the cervical spine -- 8. Fractures and dislocations of the thoracolumbosacral spine -- 9. Fractures and dislocations of the pelvis -- 10. Fractures and dislocations of the femur -- 11. Fractures and dislocations of the knee and leg -- 12. Fractures and dislocations of the ankle -- 13. Fractures and dislocations of the tarsal bones -- 14. Fractures and dislocations of the metatarsals and toes -- 15. Fractures and dislocations of the face -- 16. Fractures and dislocations in children -- 17. Fractures and dislocations caused by bullets and blasts (nonmilitary) -- Index.
  • David S. Jones.
    The mysteries of heart attacks -- The case for plaque rupture -- The case against plaque rupture -- Learning by doing -- The plaque rupture consensus -- Rupture therapeutics -- Therapeutic ruptures -- Fear and unpredictability -- Surgical ambition and fear -- Suffering cerebrums -- Deliriogenic personalities -- The case of the missing complications -- Selective inattention -- The cerebral complications of coronary artery bypass surgery -- A taxonomy of inattention -- Competition's complications.
  • 2011From: Springer
    edited by M. Eric Gershwin, Timothy E. Albertson.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Keith C. Meyer, Allan R. Glanville, editors.
    Bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome and chronic lung allograft dysfunction: evolving concepts and nomenclature -- Airway pathology in lung transplants -- Non-bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome forms of chronic lung allograft dysfunction -- The role of thoracic imaging in the diagnosis of BOS and related disorders -- Making a confident diagnosis of obliterative bronchiolitis -- The role of alloimmune T cell responses in obliterative bronchiolitis -- Antibody-mediated rejection and the bronchiolitis oblitereans syndrome -- Innate immune responses and bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome -- Mechanisms of fibrogenesis in post-transplant bronchiolitis obliterans -- The role of autoimmunity in the pathogenesis of obliterative bronchiolitis -- The role of infections of BOS -- Gastroesophageal reflux and aspiration in chronic lung allograft dysfunction and bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome: detection and treatment -- Bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome in children -- Immunosuppression for the prevention and treatment of BOS -- Macrolides for the treatment and prevention of BOS -- Other treatments for bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome.
  • edited by Steven H. Abman.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2016From: Springer
    Vineet Bhandari, editor.
    Hyperoxia in the pathogenesis of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Invasive mechanical ventilation in the pathogenesis of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Pre- and post-natal inflammation in the pathogenesis of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Mycoplasma in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease following Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Genetics of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Biomarkers of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Pathology of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia: Definitions and Epidemiology -- Oxygen modulation and Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia: Delivery Room and Beyond -- Non-invasive ventilation for the prevention of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Nutrition in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia: In the NICU and Beyond -- Radiology of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia: from preterm birth to adulthood -- Pulmonary Hypertension in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Pulmonary Function in Survivors of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Stem cells for the prevention of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Less invasive surfactant administration (LISA) for the prevention of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia -- Anti-Inflammatory Agents for the Prevention of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Henri Colt, Septimiu Murgu.
    Section 1. Practical approach to benign exophytic airway obstruction -- section 2. Practical approach to benign traheal stenosis -- section 3. Practical approach to expiratory central airway collapse -- section 4. Practical approach to mediastinal lymphadenopathy (EBUS and alternatives) -- section 5. Practical approach to malignant central airway obstruction -- section 6. Practical approach to other central airway disease processes -- section 7.
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    David Cubero, Ferruccio Renzoni.
    Limitations imposed by the second law of thermodynamics -- Fundamental models of ratchet devices -- General relevance of the concept of ratchets -- Classical ratchets -- Quantum ratchets -- Energetics and characterization -- Ratchets for colloidal particles -- Cold atom ratchets -- Solid state ratchets -- Bio-inspired molecular motors
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Ehab Farag, Loran Mounir-Soliman, with David L. Brown.
  • [edited by] Suzanne C. Smeltzer, Brenda G. Bare, Janice L. Hinkle, Kerry H. Cheever.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    James T. Bradley.
    A guide to the rapidly progressing Age of Biotechnology, Brutes or Angels provides basic information on a wide array of new technologies in the life sciences, along with the ethical issues raised by each. With stem cell research, Dolly the cloned sheep, in vitro fertilization, age retardation, and pharmaceutical mind enhancement, humankind is now faced with decisions that it has never before had to consider. The thoughtfulness, or lack of it, that we bring to those decisions will largely determine the future character of the living world.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    Henry Buchwald ; with illustrations by Michael de la Flor.
    Section 1. Exposure and closure of the abdomen -- section 2. Primarily malabsorptive procedures -- section 3. Malabsorptive/restrictive procedures : gastric bypass -- section 4. Restrictive procedures -- section 5. Other and investigative procedures -- section 6. Revisional surgery.
  • edited by Jonathan S. Watts and Yoshiharu Tomatsu.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011From: WHO
    Smallpox : eradicating an ancient scourge -- Oral rehydration salts : a miracle cure -- Mental health : unlocking the asylum doors -- The tobacco trap : fighting back -- AIDS : fear, stigma, and hope -- Tuberculosis : complacency kills -- Outbreak : the world's emergency room.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2015From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Jennifer Ross, Wallace F. Marshall.
    Chapter 1. In vitro systems for the study of microtubule-based cell polarity in fission yeast -- Chapter 2. Microtubules, MAPs, and motor patterns -- Chapter 3. Self-organization of motors and microtubules in lipid-monolayered droplets -- Chapter 4. Reconstitution of microtubule-based motility using cell extracts -- Chapter 5. Building cells for quantitative, live-cell analyses of collective motor protein functions -- Chapter 6. Reconstituting cytoskeletal contraction events with biomimetic actin-myosin active gels -- Chapter 7. Building an artificial actin cortex on microscopic pillar arrays -- Chapter 8. Triggering actin polymerization in Xenopus egg extracts from phosphoinositide-containing lipid bilayers -- Chapter 9. Reconstituting geometry-modulated protein patterns in membrane compartments -- Chapter 10. Structural and functional studies of membrane remodeling machines -- Chapter 11. Building interconnected membrane networks -- Chapter 12. Using supported bilayers to study the spatiotemporal organization of membrane-bound proteins -- Chapter 13. Reconstituting ParA/ParB-mediated transport of DNA cargo -- Chapter 14. Cell-sized liposomes that mimic cell motility and the cell cortex -- Chapter 15. Reconstitution of cortical actin networks within water-in-oil emulsions -- Chapter 16. Engineering artificial cells by combining HeLa-based cell-free expression and ultrathin double emulsion template -- Chapter 17. Reconstitution of proteins on electroformed giant unilamellar vesicles -- Chapter 18. Reconstituting SNARE-mediated membrane fusion at the single liposome level.
  • 2016From: Springer
    John A. Quelch, Emily C. Boudreau.
    1. Building a culture of health -- 2. Consumer health -- 3. Employee health -- 4. Community health -- 5. Environmental health -- 6. Implementing a culture of health -- About the authors -- Index.
  • Andrew B. Hellman.
    The nervous system is comprised of a complex network of neurons that are connected by specialized structures called synapses. Each synapse contains a myriad of proteins that fulfill different functions, ranging from the release and reception of neurotransmitters to the maintenance and strengthening of the signals between neurons. Given the multitude of proteins present at the synapse, one question is how do they arrive and remain there? In my thesis, I use Caenorhabditis elegans to explore the cellular processes that contribute to the proper localization of important presynaptic proteins. In the first part of my thesis, I explored how presynaptic proteins are properly localized to the signal-sending process, called the axon, and excluded from the signal receiving process, called the dendrite. In the motor neuron DA9, synaptic vesicles localize in a stereotyped region of the axon, but in cdk-5 mutants, 40% of the vesicle material is mislocalized to the dendrite. Chan-Yen Ou, a postdoctoral fellow in the lab, isolated a mutant that suppressed cdk-5, suggesting that the gene acts downstream or parallel to cdk-5. I mapped this mutant to the unc-101 locus, which encodes the [Mu]-subunit of the AP1 complex. AP complexes are players in clathrin-mediated endocytosis, and the [Mu]-subunit is the cargo recognition molecule within the complex. The AP1 complex plays a well-established role at the trans-golgi network in the cell body, but we present three results that suggest UNC-101 also acts at presynapses. The first result is the strong localization of UNC-101 at the synapse. The second result is that disrupting synaptic vesicle endocytosis (SVE) using genetic mutations causes a v similar phenotype as unc-101 mutations; animals mutant for unc-57/endophilin, unc- 26/synaptojanin, or dyn-1/dynamin 1 also suppress the cdk-5 dendritic phenotype. The third result is that the transport of synaptic vesicles from the synaptic region towards the dendrite decreases in an unc-101; cdk-5 double mutant compared to the cdk-5 single mutant, suggesting that UNC-101 is preventing retrograde flow from the synapses. While these results suggest a synaptic role for UNC-101, they do not exclude the possibility that UNC-101 also acts at the cell body. Indeed, I also show that UNC-101 affects the localization of postsynaptic proteins, which may occur by sorting proteins at the cell body. Additionally, postsynaptic proteins are unaffected by unc-57, suggesting an SVE-independent role for unc-101. Thus, I provide evidence that the AP1 subunit UNC-101 acts at presynapses and contributes to the molecular polarity of the DA9 motor neuron. The second part of my thesis contains my findings regarding a new system that I established to study synapse formation: the AFD thermosensory neuron. I found that the synaptic pattern in AFD is highly stereotyped, and I also isolated a mutant from a forward genetic screen that I mapped to the tax-4 locus. tax-4 and tax-2 encode two subunits of a cyclic nucleotide-gated channel that is necessary for sensory activity in AFD. When the genes are mutated, the localization of multiple presynaptic proteins is disrupted. Interestingly, they are not all similarly affected. Clusters of synaptic vesicles and the active zone protein SYD-2/liprin-[Alpha] are dimmer and more numerous in tax-4 and tax-2 than wild-type animals. While SAD-1/SAD kinase clusters are also dimmer, there are fewer in tax-4 and tax-2 than wild-type animals. These results suggest that sensory activity can have different effects depending on the presynaptic vi protein. Thus, for the second part of my thesis, I describe the establishment of a new system to study synapse development, the results of a screen, and a link between neural activity and the localization of presynaptic proteins.
  • Moria Cairns Chambers.
    How does your immune system prepare for all of the potential pathogens it might face over the course of a lifetime? Trade-offs occur when you invest in responses that are beneficial when fighting one pathogen but are actively detrimental for fighting another. Due to the diversity of pathogens, immunity is potentially rife with this type of antagonism; to appreciate the full scope of potential trade-offs we must think about all of the possible immune responses a host can bring to bear on a pathogen. I propose that an "immune response" is any response to infection that influences the outcome of that infection. This includes processes that affect either resistance, the ability to clear pathogen, or tolerance, the ability to cope with pathology induced by infection. This broad definition of immunology will bring research of classically "non-immune" physiologies - metabolism, circadian rhythm and mating -- into the immune arena. Throughout this thesis I will explore, using Drosophila melanogaster as a model, a number of different trade-offs in immunity from the antagonism inherent in a resistance response to the benefits and consequences of energy expenditure during infection. First, I demonstrate that there is an inherent trade-off due to investment in phagocytosis when flies encounter two different infections: Listeria monocytogenes and Streptococcus pneumoniae. L. monocytogenes is a facultative intracellular pathogen that harnesses the additional phagocytosis, increasing entry into a desirable niche; S. pneumoniae is an extracellular pathogen that is better cleared by increased phagocytosis. I discovered the trade-off by comparing and contrasting the phenotypes caused by mutants in two Drosophila immunity genes: ets21c, a putative transcription factor, and wntD, a negative regulator of immunity. Further exploration of the immune phenotypes of the ets21c mutant revealed that these mutants have a range of phenotypes during infection, suggesting a complex picture. Ets21c affects both tolerance and resistance to infection, and the class of phenotype observed in ets21c mutants cannot be predicted solely by the intracellular versus extracellular nature of the infecting pathogen. Ets21c mutants also have a strikingly altered basal metabolic state, resembling sick wild-type flies, and have a muted change in transcript levels in response to infection. This thesis also deepens our understanding of developmental-immune pleitropy in the wntD pathway. Pleitropy itself causes trade-offs; for while pleitropy promotes efficiency in the genome, it also restricts the ability to evolve. WntD, a negative regulator of the toll pathway, impacts both immunity and dorsal-ventral development. Recently, work with the developmental phenotypes led to the discovery of components in the wntD signaling pathway. I show that these developmental mediators are also involved in immunity and impact survival during L. monocytogenes infection. L. monocytogenes infection causes infection induced anorexia in Drosophila and this thesis shows that infection with L. monocytogenes affects a number of metabolic pathways at both the transcript and metabolite level. This metabolic and transcriptome data generated a number of more specific and mechanistic hypotheses concerning additional potential trade-offs. First, energy stores, metabolic intermediates and transcripts for beta-oxidation and glycolysis decrease during infection. This reduction of available energy can both negatively impact the host when it runs out of energy for essential processes and positively impact the host by restricting the nutrients available to the pathogen. By infecting mutants with either initially low energy stores or an inability to access stores, we show that access to energy stores is important to the host during infection, although the flip-side of this trade-off remains untested. A second potential trade-off seen through our metabolomics are changes in the level of an anti-oxidant, uric acid. The flies enzymatically reduce levels of uric acid during L. monocytogenes infection. A reduction in an anti-oxidant should cause the reactive oxygen species to have additional potency. This would be helpful in combating the bacterial load, but potentially detrimental due to an increase of damage to the host itself. However, mutants in uricase, which fail to lower uric acid levels during infection, do not have such easily explainable phenotypes potentially due to compensation through other anti-oxidants. While not conclusive, these data suggest that the flies regulate their anti-oxidant levels during infection and that this complexly affects immunity. To address the dilemma of how to build a robust immune response, I contend that one must consider many different variables: diversity of pathogens, genetic efficiency, and the energetic cost. Years of evolution have honed the immune responses with many potential solutions. I found that Drosophila immune systems are likely constrained by a variety of tradeoffs -- antagonistic abilities of resistance responses, metabolic links with immunity, and developmental-immune pleitropy. We still need to better understand how these tradeoffs are regulated and their downstream implications. Understanding these antagonistic relationships will help us manipulate them to develop more effective treatment, as we can tailor medicine to the individual pathogen and the individual person's physiology.
  • 2006From: Cambridge
    Phil Dee ; with cartoons by Chris McLeod.
    pt. 1. The first couple of years -- Choosing and handling your PhD adviser -- Motivation, time management and multitasking -- Handling the literature -- Report writing -- Powerful presentations -- pt. 2. The end of the beginning -- Writing papers and abstracts -- Conferences and poster presentations -- Writing and defending your thesis -- Coping with pressure and stress -- pt. 3. The transition to postdoctoral research -- The transition from graduate student to post-doc -- Collaboration and visiting other labs -- Supervising students -- Teaching -- Writing grant proposals and fellowship applications -- pt. 4. Making it in science -- Culturing your image -- You and your big ideas -- Planning for a permanent job -- Do you have Principal Investigator (PI) potential?
  • Poh Hui Chia.
    Nervous system function, from sensory perception to motor control, requires precisely patterned networks of synaptic connections. Each synapse is the fundamental unit of connection and proper establishment of this complex structure is essential for cognitive processes. Therefore, elucidating the molecular mechanisms and characterizing the proteins important for the development and structural organization of a synapse is fundamental to our understanding of the brain. Using C. elegans, I have explored the process of presynaptic development for my thesis work. I demonstrate that specification and initiation of synapse formation by clustering of SYG-1/Neph and SYG-2/Nephrin, two immunoglobulin superfamily transmembrane proteins, is dependent on their cell adhesion strength and interaction topology during development. Once this extracellular instructive cue is established at nascent synapses, an Arp2/3 dependent actin cytoskeleton is built locally that is dependent on the WVE-1/WAVE regulatory complex (WRC). This is mediated by interaction between a WRC interacting receptor sequence (WIRS) motif on the intracellular tail of SYG-1, which recruits the WRC. Next, an adaptor protein NAB-1/Neurabin binds to F-actin and recruits active zone proteins, SYD-1 and SYD-2/Liprin-[alpha] by forming a tripartite complex. SYD-2/Liprin-[alpha] is a key scaffold protein that interacts with multiple active zone components including UNC-10/Rim, ERC/ELKS-1, and GIT to form the synaptic active zone. SYD-2/Liprin-[alpha]'s pro-synaptogenic function can be regulated by interaction between its N-terminal coiled-coil domains and C-terminal sterile alpha motif (SAM) domains. Taken together, this insight into how synapses assemble in a simpler organism may lead to better understanding of development and function of the mammalian brain and its dysfunction in disease.
  • Fon Silvers.
  • 2014From: OSO
    Conrad Bessant, Darren Oakley, Ian Shadforth.
    Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Building biological databases with SQL -- Chapter 3. Beginning programming in Perl -- Chapter 4. Analysis and visualisation of data using R -- Chapter 5. Developing web resources -- Chapter 6. Software engineering for bioinformatics.
  • Freidman, Yali.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2005From: NCBI Bookshelf
    Eric Sayers and David Wheeler.
    Presents strategies for the use of PubMed.
  • Ahn, Mark J.; Alvarez, Michael A.; Meyers, Arlen D.; York, Anne S.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013From: Springer
    Bobby Buka, Annemarie Uliasz, Karthik Krishnamurthy, editors.
    Neonatal and Pediatric Dermatologic Emergencies -- Infectious Emergencies in Dermatology -- Drug Eruptions -- Histamine-Mediated Emergencies -- Cutaneous Emergencies in the HIV-Positive Patient -- Graft-Versus-Host Disease -- Erythroderma -- Vesiculobullous Dermatoses -- Vasculitis -- Skin Manifestations of Internal Disease -- Cutaneous Findings of Collagen Vascular Disease and Related Emergent Complications -- Burn and Other Exposure Injuries -- Dermatological Emergencies: Skin Manifestations of Abuse -- Dermatologic Surgery Complications -- Bites and Stings.
  • PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2009From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Gary Namie and Ruth Namie.
    pt. 1. The workplace bullying phenomenon: silent epidemic -- Bullying at work -- Understanding bullies -- Targethood : an undeserved burden -- The irreconcilable difference -- Witness paralysis -- Help from family and professionals -- Getting ready to confront -- pt. 2. After the assault, restoring the lost you -- Work trauma : understand the injuries done to you -- Assess the bully's impact -- Establish and protect personal boundaries -- Avoid unattainable standards -- Counter your inner critic -- Control destructive mind games -- Escape the trap of self-blame -- Satisfy your needs and wants -- Anger and shame : emotions of bullying -- pt. 3. What can one person do? -- Make yourself safe -- Facing the future -- pt. 4. Making employers responsible -- The world declares war on bullying -- America wakes up -- Appendix A : U.S. workplace bullying survey--September 2007 -- Appendix B : Employer and co-worker response survey--Labor Day 2008.
  • 2010From: Wiley
    Abraham, Donald J.; Burger, Alfred; Rotella, David P.
    "... provides an established, recognized, authoritative and comprehensive source on medicinal chemistry and drug discovery and development. This flagship reference for medicinal chemists and pharmaceutical professions has been thoroughly updated and expanded across 8 volumes to incorporate the entire process of drug development (preclinical testing, clinical trials, etc.) alongside the traditional strengths in medicinal chemistry and drug discovery"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2006From: Ovid
    Stephen S. Burkhart, Ian K.Y. Lo, Paul C. Brady ; illustrated by Nancy D. Place.
    Visualization -- Angle of approach -- Creating a stable construct -- Understanding and recognizing pathology -- The tough stuff -- Exposing the hidden arthroscopic landmarks -- Insurmountable problems -- Gaining speed and tricks of the trade -- Order of steps -- Rotator cuff tear patterns -- Postoperative rehabilitation -- Operating room set-up -- Instability -- SLAP repair -- Subacromial procedures (non-cuff) -- Stiffness -- Rotator cuff -- Biceps -- Tricks and tips -- Assorted conditions -- The future.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Erle S. Robertson, editor.
    This volume aims to bring together efforts with a patient-oriented focus from physicians to diagnostics and clinical implications of the disease as mostly seen in the equatorial African setting. However, the chapters cover the breadth of studies on Burkitt's lymphoma with some clues for the potential future of Burkitt's lymphoma research that can have therapeutic benefits for patients. This text explore a range of topics associated with Burkitt's lymphoma, including molecular biology, diagnosis, its association with AIDS and Malaria, immune responses, therapeutic approaches and a unique view from the bedside. This volume is comprehensive and unique and represents the most up-to-date clinical and research activities on Burkitt's lymphoma.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Marc G. Jeschke, Lars-Peter Kamolz, Shahriar Shahrokhi, editors.
    Initial Assessment, Resuscitation, Wound Evaluation and Early Care / Shahriar Shahrokhi -- Pathophysiology of Burn Injury / Marc G. Jeschke -- Wound Healing and Wound Care / Gerd G. Gauglitz -- Infections in Burns / Shahriar Shahrokhi -- Acute Burn Surgery / Lars-Peter Kamolz -- Critical Care of Burn Victims Including Inhalation Injury / Marc G. Jeschke -- Nutrition of the Burned Patient and Treatment of the Hypermetabolic Response / Marc G. Jeschke -- Nursing Management of the Burn-Injured Person / Judy Knighton -- Electrical Injury, Chemical Burns, and Cold Injury "Frostbite" / Shahriar Shahrokhi -- Long-Term Pathophysiology and Consequences of a Burn Including Scarring, HTS, Keloids and Scar Treatment, Rehabilitation, Exercise / Gerd G. Gauglitz -- Burn Reconstruction Techniques / Lars-Peter Kamolz, Stephan Spendel.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    David O. Willis.
    Dr. David Willis combines his experience as a practicing dentist, educator, MBA, and certified financial planner in this breakthrough text about managing a dental business. Rather than a checklist of steps for success, Business Basics for Dentists describes business, economic, marketing, and management principles and explains how to apply them to the dental practice. Willis's aim is to help students and new practitioners understand how to use the core strategic and operational business philosophies to develop an effective dental practice. He provides the essential elements of a business.
  • 2008From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Martin Austin.
    The role of business development -- Planning the portfolio -- Identifying the needs -- Profiling and searching for opportunities -- Modelling and valuation -- Structuring for value -- Due diligence and negotiations -- Sealing the deal : the control -- Making the transaction work.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Michael Wasserman.
    1. A geriatrician's success story -- 2. Why geriatric medicine matters -- 3. Matching clinical strengths to revenue -- 4. Taking full risk -- 5. The psychology of geriatricians -- 6. Going to battle and standing your ground -- 7. By the numbers -- 8. Swimming with the sharks -- 9. me and the OIG -- 10. Nursing homes: survival of the fittest -- 11. Assisted living: healthcare or real estate? -- 12. House calls: a "new" old-fashioned approach -- 13. Care coordination -- 14. Medicare advantage: past, present, and future -- 15. Business planning for geriatrics success -- 16. They don't call it risk for nothing -- 17. ACOs: days of future past -- 18. Bundling and alternate payment models -- 19. MIPS and geriatrics -- 20. Fee for service: will it ever die? -- 21. Competition: not an effective strategy -- 22. Getting the most out of providers -- 23. Electronic health records -- 24. Opportunities in today's healthcare marketplace -- Index.
  • 2006From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Patricia W. Iyer, Jan Aken, Kathie W. Condon ; American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Kevin M. Sweet, Ron C. Michaelis.
    1. Genetic variability provides the biochemical basis for our individuality, including differences in our susceptibility to many common diseases -- 2. Making the most of family history information, single gene disorders and Mendelian patterns of inheritance, and when to refer to a genetic specialist -- 3. Types of genetic tests and issues associated with the interpretation of their results -- 4. Toward the safer and more effective use of prescription drugs: pharmacogenetics -- 5. Taking a personalized medicine approach to breast and colon cancer -- 6. Personalized risk assessments and treatments for complex cardiovascular disease -- 7. Other multifactorial disorders for which genetic/genomic testing is providing insights -- Epilogue and list of resources.
  • 2015From: Karger
    volume editors, Madhukar Misra, Shigeki Toma, Takahiro Shinzato.
    History of the buttonhole technique / Misra, M -- The impact of buttonhole cannulation on patients and staff in hemodialysis facilities / Ogawa, T., Harada, E., Kanayama, Y., Tanabe, A., Inamura, M., Kiba, T., Shimizu, T., Iwashita, T., Tayama, Y., Matsuda, A., Hasegawa, H -- Buttonhole tunnel tract creation with the bioholer buttonhole device / King, J. -- Causes and solutions of the trampoline effect / Miwa, M., Ota, N., Ando, C., Miyazaki, Y -- A new method that enables complete removal of scabs at buttonhole entry sites / Shinzato, T., Sasaki, M., Ota, N., Shibata, K., Fukui, H.,Toma, S., Maeda, K. -- Deformity of buttonhole entry site causes higher frequency of vascular access-related infection / Sato, S., Sakai, N., Ohkuri, K., Shinzato, T., Sasaki, M., Nakai, S., Toma, S -- Relationship between years elapsed after initial buttonhole cannulation and frequency of vascular access-related infections / Toma, S -- Long-term safety of buttonhole cannulation and efficacy of mupirocin prophylaxis / Agarwal, A., Nesrallah, G -- Application of buttonhole cannulation technique to surgically superficialized arteries / Hayakawa, K., Sugiyama, D., Tanaka, H., Shinohara, S., Ohki, T., Muraoka, A., Miwa, M.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    Jessica Keyes.
    "Where once end users queued up to ask information technology (IT) permission to buy a new computer or new version of software, they are now bypassing IT altogether and buying it on their own. From laptops to smartphones. From iPads to any number of software apps, end users have tasted their freedom and love them. IT is just never going to be the same. Welcome to the brave new world of "bring your own devices" (BYODs). The roots of BYOD can be traced back to the consumerization of all things technology, where technical wizardry is no longer purely the domain of the geek who works for the IT department. Geeks can now be found all over the organization. These workers want to make their own technology choices, whether those choices are on the "approved" list or the company pays for it. Seventy percent of organizations have already adopted BYOD. Gartner predicts this number to increase to 90% by 2014. Most interestingly, a very high percentage of workers think that it is a right rather than a privilege to use their own devices at work. So, it is really not a question of if. It is not even a question of when. It is a question of will you be ready. Of course, the healthcare industry is not the same as most other industries. Hospitals, clinics, and medical offices are not stores, hotels, or assembly lines, although all of these industries are affected by the economy, productivity, regulation, and the need for assessment. hBYOD: Adapting BYOD for the Healthcare Industry provides the guidance necessary for living in this brave new world. You will first learn how to understand these new end users and their demands, as well as the strategic and tactical ramifications of these demands. BYOD will then cover the broad range of technical considerations such as selection, "-- Provided by publisher.

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