• 2010From: Springer
    Deborah Elstein, Gheona Altarescu, Michael Beck, editors.
  • 2006From: NCBI Bookshelf
    edited by Atul Mehta, Michael Beck and Gere Sunder-Plassmann.
  • photography, Karen Ande ; story, Ruthann Richter ; foreword Peter Piot.
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    Portrays via text and photographs the desperate conditions for children affected by the AIDS pandemic in Kenya. It is based on the authors' travel there beginning in 2002. A brief chronology includes events from 1981 to 2009. Proceeds from the sale of the book will be used to support orphaned and vulnerable children in Sub-Saharan Africa, a few of whom are profiled in the book.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Juan P. Barret, Veronica Tomasello.
    This book brings together all the relevant available science behind face transplants. It is comprehensive in its coverage, encompassing patient and donor evaluation, ethics, legal issues, psychological issues, types of transplant, surgical technique, issues relating to immunosuppression, follow-up protocols, and current outcomes. Facial transplantation, which allows the replacement of missing anatomy with a perfect match based on transplant medicine principles, has become the most striking innovation in plastic surgery of the twenty-first century as surgeons and scientists progress from reconstructive surgery to restorative surgery. A robust team approach is, however, necessary to produce safe and efficient outcomes, and numerous questions are arising, from technical issues to ethical dilemmas. The reader will discover in this volume all the information required in order to understand this new discipline and to be able to set up a program of facial transplantation.
  • by Jay Goldman.
  • [edited by] Ira D. Papel ... [et al.].
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  • 2016From: Thieme-Connect
    [edited by] Ira D. Papel, John L. Frodel, G. Richard Holt, Wayne F. Larrabee Jr., Nathan E. Nachlas, Stephen S. Park, Jonathan M. Sykes, Dean M. Toriumi.
  • 2007From: Springer
    David J. Goldberg, ed.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Steven R. Cohen, Trevor M. Born.
    The science of temporary and semi-permanent fillers: an overview of fillers -- Facial soft tissue augmentation with hyaluronic acid fillers: Juvederm and Restylane: practical considerations for their use -- Third generation polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) aesthetic soft tissue fillers for the correction of nasolabial folds and other applications -- The role of Radiesse in facial shaping -- Poly-L-lactic acid (Sculptra) -- Injectable silicone: current role -- Volumetric use of injectable fillers in the face -- Periorbital rejuvenation with injectable fillers -- The potential role of adipose derived stem cells as semi-permanent/permanent fillers in aesthetic surgery -- Shaping the future: new outcomes in Europe -- Avoidance and treatment of complications after dermal filler injections -- Possible causes and treatment options of dermal filler granulomas.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Ali Mobasheri [and others].
    Articular cartilage is a unique and highly specialized avascular connective tissue in which the availability of oxygen and glucose is significantly lower than synovial fluid and plasma. Glucose is an essential source of energy during embryonic growth and fetal development and is vital for mesenchymal cell differentiation, chondrogenesis and skeletal morphogenesis. Glucose is an important metabolic fuel for differentiated chondrocytes during post-natal development and in adult articular cartilage and is a common structural precursor for the synthesis of extracellular matrix glycosaminoglycans.
  • 2013From: RAND Health
    the RAND Corporation: Mark William Friedberg, Peggy G. Chen, Kristin R. Van Busum, Frances Aunon, Chau Pham, John Caloyeras, Soeren Mattke, Emma Pitchforth, Denise D. Quigley, Robert H. Brook ; American Medical Association: F. Jay Crosson, Michael Tutty.
    One of the American Medical Association's core strategic objectives is to advance health care delivery and payment models that enable high-quality, affordable care and restore and preserve physician satisfaction. Such changes could yield a more sustainable and effective health care system with highly motivated physicians. To that end, the AMA asked RAND Health to characterize the factors that lead to physician satisfaction. RAND sought to identify high-priority determinants of professional satisfaction that can be targeted within a variety of practice types, especially as smaller and independent practices are purchased by or become affiliated with hospitals and larger delivery systems. Researchers gathered data from 30 physician practices in six states, using a combination of surveys and semistructured interviews. This report presents the results of the subsequent analysis, addressing such areas as physicians' perceptions of the quality of care, use of electronic health records, autonomy, practice leadership, and work quantity and pace. Among other things, the researchers found that physicians who perceived themselves or their practices as providing high-quality care reported better professional satisfaction. Physicians, especially those in primary care, were frustrated when demands for greater quantity of care limited the time they could spend with each patient, detracting from the quality of care in some cases. Electronic health records were a source of both promise and frustration, with major concerns about interoperability between systems and with the amount of physician time involved in data entry.
  • 2008From: Springer
    K.M. Moritz ... [et al.].
  • 2015From: Springer
    Kyriakos Anastasiadis, Stephen Westaby, Polychronis Antonitsis, editors.
    This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions affecting the structure and function of the right heart, comprising the right atrium, right ventricle, tricuspid valve, and pulmonary circulation. The right ventricle works against a reduced afterload as compared to the left ventricle, and the clinical picture of heart failure is generally dominated by the symptoms of left heart failure and hence initially neglected until they evolve into overt right heart failure with splanchnic congestion. When picked up at the very late stage, medical management and mechanical support of right heart failure are considered ineffective, and heart transplantation offers the only treatment option. The Failing Right Heart will be an essential reference for cardiac surgeons, cardiologists, cardiac anesthesiologists and cardiac intensivists on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with congenital or acquired right heart disease. The book deals with anatomy and physiology of the right heart, the etiology and the role of imaging of right heart failure, as well as the treatment options, from pharmacological regimes to surgery. Algorithms and flow diagrams are included to provide the reader with illustrated snapshots of the decisions involved in the management of these patients.
  • [produced for the Sherman Fairchild Foundation by Stanford University School of Medicine].
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  • 2010From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    edited by Elizabeth A. Mannix, Margaret A. Neale, Elizabeth Mullen.
    Preface / Elizabeth Mullen -- Sounding the alarm: moving from system justification to system condemnation in the justice judgment process / Leigh Plunkett Tost and E. Allan Lind -- Social emotions and justice: how the emotional fabric of groups determines justice enactment and reactions / Steven L. Blader, Batia M. Wiesenfeld, Naomi B. Rothman, and Sara L. Wheeler-Smith -- Rewarding the fair and repairing the unfair: both group procedural justice and injustice may motivate group-serving behavior / Heather Barry and Tom R. Tyler -- The interplay between fairness and the experience of respect: implications for group life / Yuen J. Huo, Kevin R. Binning, and Ludwin E. Molina -- The curious relationship between fairness and trust in teams: when unfair treatment begets trust, fair process erodes trust, and unfair restitution restores trust / Lukas Neville and Susan E. Brodt -- Allocating resources fairly among group members: the medium of exchange matters / Sanford E. DeVoe and Sheena S. Iyengar -- To be fair or to be dominant: the effect of inequality frames on dominant group members' responses to inequity / Rosalind M. Chow, Brian S. Lowery, and Eric D. Knowles -- Restorative justice: seeking a shared identity in dynamic intragroup contexts / Tyler G. Okimoto, Michael Wenzel, and Michael J. Platow -- From justice events to justice climate: a multi-level temporal model of information aggregation and judgment / Deborah E. Rupp and E. Layne Paddock -- The fairness of difference: how team composition affects the emergence of justice climates / Quinetta M. Roberson and Ian O. Williamson -- Collective reactions to bad bosses: status and interpersonal justice at the group level / Elizabeth Umphress and Adam Stoverink -- Exploring the "black box" of justice climate: what mechanisms link justice climate and outcomes? / David M. Mayer and Maribeth Kuenzi -- Groups, fairness, and an idea of justice / Harris Sondak.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] George Lawry [and others].
    Anatomy of joints, general considerations and principles of joint examination / George V. Lawry, Dennis Bewyer -- The shoulder / Murray J. Beuerlein , Michael D. McKee, Adel Fam -- The elbow / George V. Lawry, Terry Axelrod, Elizabeth Grigoriadis -- The wrist and hand / Arthur A.M. Bookman, Herbert P. von Schroeder, Adel Fam -- The hip / Hans J. Kreder -- The knee / Hans J. Kreder and Gillian Hawker -- The ankle and foot / Gregory W. Choy, David Stephen, Adel Fam -- The spine / George Lawry ... [et al.] -- The temporomandibular joint / Michael B. Goldberg ... [et al.] -- Principles of joint and periarticular aspirations and injections / Gillian Hawker, Elizabeth Grigoriadis, Adel G. Fam.
  • Jennifer Shuwen Lee.
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  • 2015From: Springer
    Marco Gattorno, editor.
    This book, written by very well known opinion leaders in the field, covers all aspects of familial Mediterranean fever, the most common monogenic autoinflammatory disease. The opening chapters explain the genetic basis of the disease and provide insights into the pathogenesis derived from recent experimental studies. A large part of the book is then devoted to a detailed description of the typical and atypical clinical presentations, the disease course, and potential complications in both pediatric and adult patients. Guidance is provided on the measurement of disease severity and the management of patients in daily practice. The advice regarding treatment is based on the best currently available evidence and attention is also paid to important emerging treatments. The book is part of Springer's series Rare Diseases of the Immune System, which presents recently acquired knowledge on pathogenesis, diagnosis, and therapy with the aim of promoting a more holistic approach to these conditions. Monogenic autoinflammatory diseases are hereditary disorders that are caused by single-gene defects in innate immune regulatory pathways and are characterized by a clinical and biological inflammatory syndrome in which there is limited, if any, evidence of autoimmunity. Familial Mediterranean fever itself is due to a mutation in the MEFV gene, which codes for the protein pyrin; it is characterized by periodic fever and episodes of painful inflammation in the abdomen, chest, and joints. Familial Mediterranean Fever will be an invaluable source of up-to-date information for all practitioners involved in the care of patients with the disease.
  • 2007From: Springer
    editor, Shui Chuen Lee.
    Medicine and the biomedical technologies in the context of Asian perspectives / Shui Chuen Lee and Justin Ho -- Confucian familism and its bioethical implications / Ruiping Fan -- The family in transition and in authority: the impact of biotechnology / H. Tristram Engelhardt -- Family life, bioethics and Confucianism / Stephen A. Erickson -- The moral ground of truth telling guideline development: the choice between autonomy and paternalism / Shuh-Jen Sheu -- Truth telling to the sick and dying in a traditional Chinese culture / Stephen Wear -- On relational autonomy: from feminist critique to Confucian model for clinical practice / Shui Chuen Lee -- Regulating sex selection in a patriarchal society: lessons from Taiwan / Wenmay Rei -- Modern biotechnology and the postmodern family / Leonardo D. De Castro -- The ethics of human embryonic stem cell research and the interests of the family / Ruiping Fan -- A Confucian evaluation of embryonic stem cell research and the moral status of human embryos / Shui Chuen Lee -- Regulations for human embryonic stem cell research in East Asian countries: a Confucian critique / Hon Chung Wong -- Stem cell research: an Islamic perspective / Sahin Aksoy, Abdurrahman Elmali and Anwar Nasim -- Why Western culture, unlike Confucian culture, is so concerned about embryonic stem cell research: the Christian roots of the difference / H. Tristram Engelhardt -- Confucian healthcare system in Singapore: a family-oriented approach to financial sustainability / Kris Su Hui Teo -- Respect for the elderly and family responsibility: Confucian response to the old age allowance policy in Hong Kong / Erika H. Y. Yu -- Is Singapore's health care system congruent with Confucianism? / Justin Ho.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Willo Pequegnat, Carl C. Bell, editors.
  • Paola Scommegna.
    In the United States, the vast majority of care that allows older people to live in their own homes is provided by family members who do not receive pay for their services. As the older share of the population increases and people live longer with chronic disabling conditions, particularly dementia, meeting the care needs of older Americans will become more challenging for families. This report highlights recent National Institute on Aging supported research on the impact of caregiving on family members, the dynamics of caregiving within extended families, and the future need and availability of family care. As policies deemphasize nursing home care in favor of community-based long-term support services, a better understanding of the family's central role in caregiving is needed. This perspective can help policymakers, health care providers, and planners identify and implement strategies that better meet the care needs of older Americans and improve the lives of the family members who care for them.
  • David R. Rudy.
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  • David R. Rudy.
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  • Caughey, Aaron B.; Chang, Kimberly S. G.; James, Clea; Lesko, Sarah Ellen.
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    Obstetrics -- Women's health -- Pediatric issues -- Dermatological issues -- Surgical issues -- Neurological issues -- Cardiovascular and pulmonary issues -- Musculoskeletal issues -- GU and GI issues -- Psychiatric and substance abuse issues -- Primary care -- Review Q&A.
  • Doug Knutson.
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    Preventive medicine -- Doctor-patient issues -- Acute complaints -- Chronic conditions.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Paul M. Paulman, Robert B. Taylor, editors-in-chief ; Audrey A. Paulman, Laeth S. Nasir, assoiciate editors.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    editors, Martin S. Lipsky ... [et al.].
    Internal medicine / editor, Jeff Susman -- Pediatrics / editor, Mitchell S. King -- Obstetrics / editor, Robert W. Bales -- Gynecology / editor, Robert W. Bales -- Psychiatry / editor, Matthew Hunsaker -- Surgery / editor, Robert W. Bales -- Geriatrics / editor, Mitchell S. King -- Community medicine / editor, Matthew Hunsaker -- Clinical set problems / editor, Martin S. Lipsky.
  • 2008From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Stephen D. Ratcliffe [and others].
    Whether you offer comprehensive pregnancy care in your primary care facility, or provide prenatal and postpartum care, this book delivers the guidance you need to optimize health for both mothers and their babies. It covers all aspects of birth care, from preconception counseling and prenatal care, through labor and delivery (both low-risk and complicated), to postpartum care and the first month of life. The completely revised third edition includes the most up-to- date, evidence-based standards of care. It offers information that is patient centered, prevention oriented, educational, and sensitive to the care of the whole woman and her family. Features a reader-friendly outline/narrative format for ease of use in daily clinical practice. Describes how to care for patients with a wide range of medical conditions during pregnancy as well as pregnancy-related conditions. Takes a whole-family approach to maternity care, with discussions of maternal and paternal adjustment, marital adjustment, sibling adjustment, single-parent families, and return-to-work issues. Provides patient and family education materials on a full range of topics, from nutrition in pregnancy to breastfeeding. Features a section on alternative medicine in maternity care. Provides detailed instruction for a wide array of procedures, including cesarean delivery, perineal repair of simple and complex lacerations, circumcision, assisted deliveries, and amnioinfusion.
  • 2005From: Springer
    Susan H. McDaniel, Thomas L. Campbell, Jeri Hepworth ... [et al.] ; foreword by David Satcher.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 1979-From: Google Books
    prepared by Office of Family Planning.
    Also available: Print – 1979.
  • editors, Mark A. Graber, Jason K. Wilbur.
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  • edited by James E. McCarroll [and others] ; interviews by James E. McCarroll, John H. Newby.
    "Family Violence Research, Assessment and Intervention: Looking Back, Looking Ahead is a collection of interviews that have appeared in Joining Forces Joining Families, a newsletter published by the CSTS to foster research knowledge and practice among the FAP professional community.This newsletter regularly features an interview with a renowned scholar and practitioner on an important topic concerning family violence and child maltreatment. Family Violence Research, Assessment and Intervention: Looking Back, Looking Ahead features many of these interviews along with a background discussion of the interviewee's research and methodologies."--Foreword.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Eelco F.M. Wijdicks.
  • [edited by] Richard J. Martin, Avroy A. Fanaroff, Michele C. Walsh.
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    Volume 1 -- Section 1. The Field of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine -- Section 2. The Fetus -- Section 3. Pregnancy Disorders and Their Impact on the Fetus -- Section 4. The Delivery Room -- Section 5. Provisions for Neonatal Care -- Volume 2 -- Section 6. Development and Disorders of Organ Systems.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Richard J. Martin, Avroy A. Fanaroff, Michele C. Walsh.
    Growth of neonatal-perinatal medicine : a historical perspective -- Epidemiology for neonatologists -- The organization of perinatal services -- Medical ethics in neonatal care -- Legal issues in neonatal-perinatal medicine -- Evaluating and improving the quality and safety of neonatal intensive care -- Simulation in neonatal-perinatal medicine -- Coding and reimbursement : principles and practices -- Practicing evidence-based neonatal-perinatal medicine -- Perinatal and neonatal care in developing countries -- Genetic aspects of perinatal disease and prenatal diagnosis -- Perinatal imaging -- Estimation of fetal well-being -- Surgical treatment of the fetus -- Adverse exposures to the fetus -- Intrauterine growth restriction -- Developmental origins of adult health and disease -- Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy -- Diabetes mellitus during pregnancy -- Obstetric management of prematurity -- Fetal effects of autoimmune disease -- Obstetric management of multiple gestation and birth -- Post-term pregnancy -- Immune and nonimmune hydrops fetalis -- Amniotic fluid volume -- Chorioamnionitis -- Placental pathology -- Anesthesia for labor and delivery -- Physical examination of the newborn -- Birth injuries -- Congenital anomalies -- Overview and initial management of delivery room resuscitation -- Role of positive pressure ventilation in neonatal resuscitation -- Oxygen therapy in neonatal resuscitation -- Chest compression, medications, and special problems in neonatal resuscitation -- The thermal environment of the intensive care nursery -- The sensory environment of the intensive care nursery -- Design considerations of the intensive care nursery -- Biomedical engineering aspects of neonatal cardiorespiratory monitoring -- Diagnostic imaging of the neonate -- Anesthesia in the neonate -- The late preterm infant -- Nutrient requirements and provision of nutritional support in the premature neonate -- Fluid, electrolytes, and acid-base homeostasis -- Normal mother-infant attachment -- Attachment challenges with premature or sick infants -- Parental mental health issues -- Care of the long-stay infant and parents -- Principles of drug use in the fetus and neonate -- Principles of drug use during lactation -- Pharmacokinetics in neonatal medicine -- Enhancing safe prescribing in the neonatal intensive care unit -- Infants with antenatal exposure to drugs -- Developmental immunology -- Postnatal bacterial infections -- Perinatal fungal and protozoal infections -- Perinatal viral infections -- Normal and abnormal brain development -- White matter damage and encephalopathy of prematurity -- Intracranial hemorrhage and vascular lesions in the neonate -- Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy -- Seizures in neonates -- Hypotonia and neuromuscular disease in the neonate -- Disorders in head shape and size -- Myelomeningocele and related neural tube defects -- Hearing loss in the newborn infant -- Assessment and optimization of neurobehavioral development in preterm infants -- Early childhood neurodevelopmental outcomes of high-risk neonates -- Role of imaging in neurodevelopmental outcomes of high-risk neonates -- Lung development and maturation -- Assessment of neonatal pulmonary function -- Respiratory distress syndrome in the neonate -- Assisted ventilation and its complications -- Neonatal respiratory disorders -- Neonatal apnea and the foundation of respiratory control -- Upper airway lesions in the neonate -- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia in the neonate -- Therapy for cardiorespiratory failure in the neonate -- Cardiac embryology -- Pulmonary vascular development -- Genetic and environmental contributions to congenital heart disease -- Prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart disease -- Patent ductus arteriosus -- Congenital defects of the cardiovascular system -- Cardiovascular problems of the neonate -- Disorders of cardiac rhythm and conduction in newborns -- Principles of medical and surgical management of the neonate -- Hematologic and oncologic problems in the fetus and neonate -- Blood component therapy for the neonate -- Development of the neonatal gastrointestinal tract -- Gastroesophageal reflux and gastroesophageal reflux disease in the neonate -- Disorders of digestion in the neonate -- Selected gastrointestinal anomalies in the neonate -- Neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis -- Disorders of carbohydrate metabolism in the neonate -- Disorders of calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium metabolism in the neonate -- Thyroid disorders in the neonate -- Disorders of sex development -- Inborn errors of metabolism -- Neonatal jaundice and liver diseases -- The kidney and urinary tract of the neonate -- The skin of the neonate -- Examination and common problems of the neonatal eye -- Retinopathy of prematurity -- Musculoskeletal disorders in neonates -- Bone and joint infections in neonates -- Congenital abnormalities of the upper and lower extremities and spine -- Therapeutic agents -- Tables of normal values -- Schedule for immunization of preterm infants.
  • 2007From: Karger
    volume editors, Detlev Schindler, Holger Hoehn.
    Why, what, and how can we learn from a rare disease like Fanconi anemia? / Schroeder-Kurth, T. -- Fanconi anemia: a disease with many faces / Dietrich, R., Velleuer, E. -- Milestones in Fanconi anemia research / Digweed, M., Hoehn, H., Sperling K. -- Fanconi anemia genes: structure, mutations, and genotype-phenotype correlations / Kalb, R. ... [et al.] -- Cancer in Fanconi anemia and Fanconi anemia genes in cancer / Neveling, K., Kalb, R., Schindler, D. -- Clonal chromosomal aberrations in bone marrow cells of Fanconi anemia patients: results and implications / Neitzel H. ... [et al.] -- Interphase FISH-assay for the detection of MDS- and AML-associated chromosomal imbalances in native bone marrow and peripheral blood cells / Tönnies, H. ... [et al.] -- Applications of cell cycle testing in Fanconi anemia / Schindler, D. ... [et al.] -- Prenatal diagnosis of Fanconi anemia: functional and molecular testing / Bechtold, A. ... [et al.] -- Revertant mosaicism in Fanconi anemia: natural gene therapy at work / Hoehn, H. ... [et al.] -- Stem cell transplantation in Fanconi anemia, recent advances with alternative donors / Eyrich, M., Winkler, B., Schlegel, P.G. -- Fanconi anemia genes in vertebrates: evolutionary conservation, sex-linkage, and embryonic expression of FANCC and FANCG in avian cells / Nanda, I. ... [et al.] -- Studying homologous recombination in Fanconi anemia / Demuth, I., Digweed, M. -- Functional knock-down of human RAD51 for testing the Fanconi anemia-BRCA connection / Rio, P., Hanenberg, H.
  • Arthur Allen.
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    The story of "Jewish prisoner-scientists in Buchenwald who made a vaccine against ... typhus. Their untold secret: they provided the real vaccine to camp inmates but a fake one to German troops at the eastern front"--Dust jacket back. Describes the true story of how the eccentric Polish scientist tasked by the Nazis to create a typhus vaccine hid the intelligentsia from the Gestapo by hiring them to work in his laboratory.
  • 2010From: WHO
    "The advent of nanotechnology has unleashed enormous prospects for the development of new products and applications for a wide range of industrial and consumer sectors. The new technological developments have already opened up a multibillion dollar industry in recent years, the global market impact of which is expected to reach US$1 trillion by 2015, with around 2 million workers. While the majority of manufacturing and use of nanoscale materials occurs in the United States, the European Union, with its around 30 percent global share of the sector, is not lagging far behind in this field. Like other sectors, nanotechnology promises to revolutionize the whole food chain--from production to processing, storage, and development of innovative materials, products and applications. Although the potential applications of nanotechnoloy are wide ranging, the current applications in the food and agricultural sectors are relatively few, because the science is still newly emergent. An overview of more than 800 nanotechnology-based consumer products that are currently available worldwide, suggests that only around 10 percent of these are foods, beverages and food packaging products. However, nanotechnology-derived products and applications in these sectors have been steadily increasing in recent years, and are predicted to grow rapidly in the future. This is because the new technologies have a great potential to address many of the industry's current needs." - p. 3
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • Andrew Solomon.
    "In Far from the Tree, Andrew Solomon tells the stories of parents who not only learn to deal with their exceptional children but also find profound meaning in doing so. His proposition is that diversity is what unites us all. He writes about families coping with deafness, dwarfism, Down syndrome, autism, schizophrenia, multiple severe disabilities, with children who are prodigies, who are conceived in rape, who become criminals, who are transgender. While each of these characteristics is potentially isolating, the experience of difference within families is universal, as are the triumphs of love he documents in every chapter. All parenting turns on a crucial question: to what extent parents should accept their children for who they are, and to what extent they should help them become their best selves. Drawing on 40,000 pages of interview transcripts with more than three hundred families, the author mines the eloquence of ordinary people facing extreme challenges. Whether considering prenatal screening for genetic disorders, cochlear implants for the deaf, or gender reassignment surgery for transgender people, he narrates a universal struggle toward compassion. Many families grow closer through caring for a challenging child; most discover supportive communities of others similarly affected; some are inspired to become advocates and activists, celebrating the very conditions they once feared. Woven into their courageous and affirming stories is the author's journey to accepting his own identity, which culminated in his midlife decision, influenced by this research, to become a parent. In this book he explores themes of generosity, acceptance, and tolerance, all rooted in the insight that love can transcend every prejudice; and expands our definition of what it is to be human."--Back cover.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Gunter Klein, Peter Becker.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by Jan Hassink and Majken van Dijk.
  • 2006From: Springer
    [edited by] Harald Wajant.
    FasL and Fas: typical members of the TNF ligand and receptor family / Anja Krippner-Heidenreich and Peter Scheurich -- FasL-independent activation of Fas / Faustino Mollinedo and Consuelo Gajate -- Role of ceramide in CD95 signaling / Volker Teichgräber, Gabriele Hessler and Erich Gulbins -- Regulation of Fas signaling by FLIP proteins / Margot Thome -- Fas-induced necrosis / Tom Vanden Berghe ... [et al.] -- Fas - more than an apoptosis inducer / Harald Wajant -- Retrograde Fas ligand signaling -- FasL and Fas in liver homeostasis and hepatic injuries -- Fas-activation, development and homeostasis of T cells / Georg Häcker -- The FasL-Fas system in disease and therapy -- Tools for activation and neutralization of Fas signaling.
  • Zhang Jian.
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive modality for neuroimaging that has been widely applied into various clinical and scientific studies. In many applications, one particular challenge for MRI is the scanning speed and efficiency. Three major novel fast neuroimaging techniques are presented in this work, including high-resolution 3D diffusion imaging (3D-SNAILS), an iterative reconstruction algorithm for high accelerating parallel imaging (PRUNO), and motion insensitive 3D non-contrast perfusion imaging (3D-PCASL-PROMO). 3D DWI and DTI provide attractive features such as isotropic resolution, high SNR and good tractography. However, 3D volumetric DWI/DTI scans suffer from long scan time and severe motion artifacts. In this project, a steady-state multi-shot pulse sequence is demonstrated to perform fast high resolution 3D diffusion imaging, in which 3D self-navigated interleaved rotating spirals (3D-SNAILS) are used as readout trajectories. This acquisition scheme has low sensitivity to motion induced phase errors and the inherent navigators can be utilized to further reduce motion artifacts. In vivo human/animal results have shown that this technique can be used to perform 3D high resolution DTI studies, particularly for animals with smaller brains. GRAPPA has been a successful k-space data-driven reconstruction algorithm for parallel imaging during the last decade. However, the performance of GRAPPA drops significantly as the accelerating factor increases. A novel iterative method termed parallel reconstruction using null operations (PRUNO) is developed in this project. In this approach, both data calibration and image reconstruction are formulated into generalized linear system equations based on intrinsic small k-space nulling kernels. And a conjugate-gradient (CG) method is proposed to solve the reconstruction equation feasibly. With more accurate problem formulation and higher calibration efficiency, PRUNO produces much better image quality than GRAPPA, especially under high accelerating factors. Pulsed continuous arterial spin labeling (PCASL) is a novel technique for 3D whole-brain perfusion imaging. However, a whole brain clinical PCASL protocol takes long imaging time due to multiple image acquisitions and averages. A real-time motion correction algorithm is thus desired for such a protocol. Prospective motion correction (PROMO) is a navigator based module, which can be easily inserted into various MR pulse sequences for real-time 3D motion estimation and correction. PROMO is successfully integrated into PCASL in this project. Our preliminary results show that the new pulse sequence is much more robust against patient motions and PROMO navigators have almost no negative influence to the imaging sequence. In addition, brief abstracts of two other fast imaging projects are also demonstrated in this dissertation, including a fast T2* imaging pulse sequence called iESGRE, and 7T diffusion imaging of rats using SNAILS.
  • 2015From: Wiley
    [edited by] Mathew M. Avram.
    "The perception of an inadequate body shape is a cause of concern to many people, and new techniques for altering body shape are increasingly being developed and offered to patients. Of these, the removal and transfer of fat is fast growing in importance and availability. This practical guide offers a comprehensive overview of this rapidly-evolving field, and thorough coverage of the implementation of fat removal techniques, both invasive and non-invasive, in a cosmetic practice. It begins with an overview of basic fat anatomy and physiology as an important introduction to this topic. The distinction between the physiology and treatment of cellulite and fat is also discussed. The next section of the book covers invasive treatments of fat such as traditional liposuction, laser-assisted liposuction, fat transfer procedures and mesotherapy. The latter half of the book largely focuses on non-invasive treatments for fat, including radiofrequency, ultrasound, cooling and laser technologies for fat removal. Throughout, potential complications and pitfalls of the various treatments are discussed. Edited by Matthew Avram, with contributions from a group of clinical stars, this book will appeal to cosmetic dermatologists, plastic surgeons, aesthetic medical practitioners, and obstetricians/gynaecologists"--Provided by publisher.
  • Gail Jarrow.
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    Chronicles the story of the early 1900s typhoid fever epidemic in New York, providing details as to how its infamous carrier was ultimately tracked down and stopped.-- (Source of description not identified)
  • Jay Ingram.
    "Discovered and identified as the cause of mad cow disease only three decades ago, the prion is a protein molecule that, when misshapen in the brain, becomes fatal. Novel and controversial, prions have provoked a scientific revolution. They challenge the very foundations of biology: A disease-causing entity with no genetic material at all? A molecule capable of infecting, multiplying, and killing? This book recounts the birth of prion science and the imaginative detective work scientists have undertaken as they struggle to find the answers to devastating brain diseases from mad cow and Creutzfeld-Jakob disease to Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Lou Gehrig's, and others. As in each of his best-selling books, Jay Ingram here makes complex scientific concepts accessible and shows how little-known events may have profound significance. He describes the development of prion science as a rough-and-tumble affair, with rivals, eccentrics, interfering governments, and brilliantly creative people all playing salient roles. Weaving biology, medicine, human tragedy, discovery, and bitter scientific competition into his account, he reveals the stunning potential of prion science, whose discoveries may unlock the answers to some of humankind's most destructive diseases"--Provided by publisher.
  • Jennifer Ann Dougherty.
    The contamination of water supplies by organic contaminants such as pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) pose a potential risk to the health of humans and ecosystems. Septic systems under the best circumstances produce effluent quality equivalent to biologically or secondarily treated wastewater, which is known to be inefficient for removal of many PPCPs. This dissertation examines septic systems as a source of PPCP pollution. The occurrence, fate, and transport of a set of 25 organic contaminants commonly found in wastewater was studied at the scale of a watershed, a septic system, and in microcosms that simulated the geochemical conditions of a septic plume. The septic system study was carried out at Stinson Beach, CA and the watershed study at Liberty Bay, WA. The tested compounds included 19 pharmaceuticals, three personal care products, two herbicides and one flame retardant. They encompassed a structurally diverse group of chemicals with a wide range of physicochemical properties, with Log Kow ranging -0.07 to 4.77 as well as acidic and basic properties. First, sediments from Stinson Beach, CA were used in batch microcosm experiments to assess biotransformation and sorption under conditions simulating an aerobic groundwater system and the nitrate and sulfate reducing conditions of a septic plume. Transformation was found, in general, to be slower under anaerobic conditions than aerobic conditions. Half-lives ranged from 4 days to longer than 365 days for all conditions. Sorption did not fit the commonly used hydrophobic models governed by Log Kow, indicating the significance of factors other than hydrophobicity. These factors may include hydrogen bonding and electrostatic attraction due to one or several polar functional groups. Second, the occurrence and transport of PPCPs in a single septic system along the California coast was documented. Findings indicated that many PPCPs were refractory and mobile under the conditions of a leach field contaminant plume. Finally, in a watershed scale study in Liberty Bay, Washington, the occurrence of PPCPs thought to originate from septic systems was evaluated. The findings are consistent with laboratory data and usage patterns. The overall results of this dissertation suggest that septic systems, which support 25% of the United States population, may be a significant source of PPCP contamination to groundwater and surface waters.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Diana S. Aga.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Ching Kuang Chow.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Marc Daëron, Falk Nimmerjahn, editors.
    This volume provides a state-of-the-art update on Fc Receptors (FcRs). It is divided into five parts. Part I, Old and New FcRs, deals with the long-sought-after Fc[micro]R and the recently discovered FCRL family and TRIM21. Part II, FcR Signaling, presents a computational model of Fc[epsilon]RI signaling, novel calcium channels, and the lipid phosphatase SHIP1. Part III, FcR Biology, addresses major physiological functions of FcRs, their glycosylation, how they induce and regulate both adaptive immune responses and inflammation, especially in vivo, FcR humanized mice, and the multifaceted properties of FcRn. Part IV, FcRs and Disease, discusses FcR polymorphism, FcRs in rheumatoid arthritis and whether their FcRs make macaques good models for studying HIV infection. In Part V, FcRs and Therapeutic Antibodies, the roles of various FcRs, including FcgRIIB and FcbRI, in the immunotherapy of cancer and autoimmune diseases using monoclonal antibodies and IVIg are highlighted. All 18 chapters were written by respected experts in their fields, offering an invaluable reference source for scientists and clinicians interested in FcRs and how to better master antibodies for therapeutic purposes.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Lawrence X. Yu, Bing V. Li, editors.
    This comprehensive reference provides an in-depth discussion on state-of-the-art regulatory science in bioequivalence. In sixteen chapters, the volume explores a broad range of topics pertaining to bioequivalence, including its origin and principles, statistical considerations, food effect studies, conditions for waivers of bioequivalence studies, Biopharmaceutics Classification Systems, Biopharmaceutics Drug Disposition Classification System, bioequivalence modeling/simulation, and best practices in bioanalysis. It also discusses bioequivalence studies with pharmacodynamic and clinical endpoints as well as bioequivalence approaches for highly variable drugs, narrow therapeutic index drugs, liposomes, locally acting gastrointestinal drug products, topical products, and nasal and inhalation products. FDA Bioequivalence Standards is written by FDA regulatory scientists who develop regulatory policies and conduct regulatory assessment of bioequivalence. As such, both practical case studies and fundamental science are highlighted in these chapters. The book is a valuable resource for scientists who work in the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies, and academia as well as undergraduate and graduate students looking to expand their knowledge about bioequivalence standards.
  • 2014From: Springer
    William H. Eaglstein.
    "This book explains the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an institution and provides understanding of its nomenclature, societal role, policies, goals and challenges. While many readers will have some knowledge of the FDA, few have an appreciation of the many specific areas of FDA authority. The FDA for Doctors is not for those looking for detailed instruction on dealing with the FDA or its operations. Rather, it is written by a doctor with doctors in mind, with the hope that the information in this book will make physicians, and other readers, more thoughtful and insightful, especially with regards totherapeutics and the many broad societal issues underlying FDA's activities. With over 40 years of experience as a clinical investigator in many trials done for FDA registration, the author has been a member of and chaired an FDA advisory committee, and has been a consultant to several divisions of the FDA. He has also had the opportunity to serve on the U.S. Senate Labor Committee, helping with its FDA oversight activities. In addition to a long academic medical career the author has been a consultant to and a full time employee of drug and device companies"--Back cover.
  • edited by Holly Fernandez Lynch and I. Glenn Cohen.
    Historical themes and developments at FDA over the past fifty years / Peter Barton Hutt -- A global and innovative regulatory environment for the U.S. FDA / Howard Sklamberg and Jennifer Devine -- FDA and the rise of the empowered patient / Lewis A. Grossman -- After the FDA : a Twentieth-century agency in a postmodern world / Theodore W. Ruger -- The future of prospective medicine under the food and drug administration amendments act of 2007 / Barbara J. Evans -- Global trends toward transparency in participant-level clinical trials data / Alla Digilova, Rebeccs Li, Mark Barnes, and Barbara Bierer -- Conflicts of interest in FDA advisory committees : the paradox of multiple financial ties / Genevieve Pham-Kanter -- The crime of being in charge : executive culpability and collateral consequences / Katrice Bridges Copeland -- Recalibrating enforcement in the biomedical industry : deterrence and the primacy of protecting the public health / Patrick O'Leary -- Prospects or regulation of off-label drug promotion in an era of expanding commercial speech protection / Aaron S. Kesselheim and Michelle M. Mello -- The RDCA as the text for truth of promotional claims / Christopher Robertson -- Why FDA's ban on off-label promotion violates fht First Amendment : a study in the values of commercial speech protection / Coleen Klasmeier and Martin H. Redish -- Speed versus safety in drug development / R. Alta Charo -- Overcoming "Premarket Syndrome" : promoting better postmarket surveillance in an evolving drug-development context / Shannon Gibson and Trudo Lemmens -- FDA's public health imperative : an increased role for active postmarket analysis / Efthimios Parasidis -- The drug efficacy study and its manifold legacies / Daniel Carpenter, Jeremy Greene, and Susan Moffitt -- Drug safety communication : the evolving enrironment / Geoffrey Levitt -- Innovation policy failures in the manufacturing of drugs / W. Nicholson Price II -- From "Recycle Molecule" to orphan drug : lessons from makena / Kate Greenwood -- FDA, Negotiated rulemaking, and generics : a proposal / Marie Boyd -- The "Follow-On" challenge : statutory exclusivities and patent dances / Arti Rai -- FDA regulation of biosimilars / Henry Grabowski and Erika Lietzan -- Analog agency in a digital world / Nathan Cortez -- Twenty-First-Century technology with Twentieth-century baggage : FDA regulation of regenerative medicine / Margaret Foster Riley -- Device-ive maneuvers : FDA's risk addessment of bifurcated direct-to-consumer genetic testing / Elizabeth R. Pike and Kayte Spector-Bagdady -- A new regulatory function for E-Prescriptions : linking FDA to physicians and patient records / Andrew English, David Rosenberg, and Huaou Yan -- Race and the FDA / Jonathan Kahn.
  • 2012From: Springer
    by Jasna Mihailovic, Stanley J. Goldsmith, Ronan P. Killeen.
    FDG PET/CT has rapidly emerged as an invaluable combined imaging modality that can identify tumors on the basis of not only anatomical alterations but also metabolic activity, thus allowing the detection of lesions that would otherwise be too small to distinguish. This book, comprising a collection of images from oncology cases, is organized according to the role of FDG PET/CT in the evaluation and management of oncology patients, and only secondarily by organ or tumor entity. In this way, it reflects the issues that clinicians actually address in their daily practice, namely: identification of an unknown or unsuspected primary; determination of the extent of disease; evaluation of response to therapy; and surveillance after response, i.e., detection of recurrent disease. In total, 100 cases involving different primary tumors are presented to illustrate findings in these different circumstances. FDG PET/CT in Clinical Oncology will be of great value to all newcomers to this field, whether medical students, radiology, nuclear medicine, or oncology fellows, or practicing physicians.
  • 1966-From: Google Books
    Also available: Print – v. 2, 1966-.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Jean A. Klastersky, Consultant, Medical Oncology, Institut Jules Bordet, Centre des Tumeurs de l'Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium.
    1. Introduction -- 2. Prevention of febrile neutropenia -- 3. Prediction of the risk of complications associated with febrile neutropenia -- 4. Management of low-risk patients -- 5. Management of non-low-risk patients with febrile neutropenia -- 6. Management of persistent fever in patients with neutropenia despite empirical antibiotic administration -- 7. Costs associated with febrile neutropenia -- 8. At the extremes of age, febrile neutropenia in children and elderly
  • 2007From: Springer
    [edited by] Carlo Ratto, Giovanni B. Doglietto ; forewords by A.C Lowry, L. Påhlman, G. Romano.
  • 2008From: CRCnetBASE
    authors, Harold A. Feder and Max M. Houck.
    Expert witnesses : an overview -- Methods, testing, and science -- The players -- The legal context -- Testimony -- Direct examination of experts -- The visual display of information -- Cross examination of expert witnesses -- Ethics.
  • 2011From: ProQuest Safari
    Kathryn Kraemer Troutman.
    Writing a USAJOBS resume and other electronic federal resumes -- Plain language and value-added lessons -- KSAs, questionnaires, and essays in the resume and cover letters -- Navigating USAJOBS announcements and other resume builders -- Special insight for targeting occupational series -- Special federal job seeker strategies: executives, military and spouses -- Interviewing for federal jobs.
  • Onn Brandman.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Emily Maria Zitek.
    Five studies demonstrate that feeling wronged leads to a sense of entitlement and to selfish behavior. In Study 1, participants who were instructed to recall a time when their lives were unfair were more likely to refuse to help the experimenter with a supplementary task than were participants who recalled a time when they were bored. In Study 2, the same manipulation increased intentions to engage in a number of selfish behaviors, and this effect was mediated by self-reported entitlement to obtain positive (and avoid negative) outcomes. In Study 3, participants who lost a computer game for an unfair reason (a glitch in the program) requested a more selfish money allocation for a future task than did participants who lost the game for a fair reason, and this effect was again mediated by entitlement. In Studies 4 and 5, bad luck from a fair, random system led to the same kinds of effects for men. In Study 4, students (especially men) who received bad numbers in a housing lottery expressed less intention to behave charitably. In Study 5, men who were assigned to bad outcomes by the roll of a die were less willing to help out by signing up for an additional experiment than were men in the control condition, and self-reported entitlement again mediated the effect.
  • 2005From: Ovid
    Harvey Feigenbaum, William F. Armstrong, Thomas Ryan.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] James D. Cherry, Gail J. Harrison, Sheldon L. Kaplan, William J. Steinbach, Peter Hotez.
    Feigin and Cherry's Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Diseases helps you put the very latest knowledge to work for your young patients with unparalleled coverage of everything from epidemiology, public health, and preventive medicine through clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, and much more. Ideal for all physicians, whether in an office or hospital setting, Feigin and Cherry's equips you with trusted answers to your most challenging clinical infectious disease questions. Meet your most difficult clinical challenges in pediatric infectious disease, including today's more aggressive infectious and resistant strains as well as emerging and re-emerging diseases, with unmatched, comprehensive coverage of immunology, epidemiology, public health, preventive medicine, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, and much more. Find the answers you need quickly thanks to an organization both by organ system and by etiologic microorganism, allowing you to easily approach any topic from either direction. Search the complete text and download all of the images online at Expert Consult.
  • Müller, Otfried.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Bd. 1. Zur normalen Anatomie und Physiologie sowie allgemeinen Pathologie des feinsten Gefässabschnittes beim Menschen.
  • Käfer, Hans.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Lawrence F. Goodman.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    Lawrence R. Goodman.
    The radiographic examination : the basics -- Cross-sectional imaging techniques -- The normal chest x-ray : reading like the pros -- Chest CT : putting it all together -- Lobar anatomy -- The silhouette sign -- The air bronchogram sign -- Signs of lung and lobar collapse -- Patterns of lung disease -- Understanding the mediastinum -- The pleural and extrapleural spaces -- Cardiovascular disease.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Ralph M. Trüeb.
    Few dermatologic problems carry as many emotional overtones as hair loss in women, which is by far the most common hair problem encountered in daily clinical practice. Fortunately, a specific diagnosis can usually be established through a detailed patient history, examination of the scalp and pattern of hair loss, a simple pull test, dermoscopy of the scalp and hair (trichoscopy), a few pertinent screening blood tests, and, in selected cases, a scalp biopsy. Once the diagnosis has been established, treatment appropriate to the diagnosis is likely to control the problem. The aim of this comprehensively illustrated monograph is to provide both specialists and primary care physicians with the practical know-how required for successful management of hair loss in female patients of all ages. The book opens by critically examining myths about hair loss. The different examination techniques are then described, and the various forms of hair loss and their treatment are discussed in detail. Approaches to follow-up are outlined, and the management of patient expectations is carefully considered. The potential role of hair care and cosmetics is also explored in some depth.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Catherine M. Gordon, Meryl S. LeBoff, editors.
    This is the first book of its kind to focus solely on the female athlete triad - its origins, its recognition, and most importantly, its management. Since the symptoms themselves cover a range of medical specialties, chapters are written by experts in a number of relevant fields - sports medicine, orthopedics, endocrinology, and pediatrics - with an eye toward overall care of the young female athlete. Additionally, each chapter includes suggestions on how to educate and communicate with young athletes and their parents, as well as trainers and coaches, on how to manage the illness outside of the direct clinical setting. The female athlete triad is often seen in sports where low body weight is emphasized, such as gymnastics, figure skating, and running, though it can appear in any sport or activity. The interrelated symptoms - eating disorders, amenorrhea, and low bone mass - exist on a spectrum of severity and are serious and potentially life-threatening if not properly treated. Psychological problems, in addition to medical ones, are not uncommon. The Female Athlete Triad: A Clinical Guide discusses all of these areas for a well-rounded and in-depth approach to the phenomenon and will be a useful reference for any clinician working with female athletes across the lifespan.
  • 2009From: CRCnetBASE
    Cynthia Darlington.
    "The book addresses the question of structural and functional differences between the female brain and the male brain. Are there differences? How good is the evidence? Where do the differences lie? Are there differences in the neuroanatomy of females, and if so, where? Do females and males process information differently, and if so, how? The author puts the relative lack of information on the female brain into historical perspective and reviews empirical evidence relevant to the different aspects of brain structure and function."--Jacket.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Pentti M. Rautaharju.
    This book reviews the promising new electrocardiographic (ECG) predictors of cardiac morbidity and mortality with the primary objective being to evaluate gender differences in special ECG features and in ECG predictors for the risk of adverse cardiac events and to explore mechanisms for gender differences in risk predictors. The Female Electrocardiogram elucidates the emergence of gender differences in ECG features and evaluates repolarization-related ECG predictors of various clinical disease categories with a special scope to interpret the mechanism and gender differences of the findings. The author examines how the predictors of adverse cardiac events are linked to basic electrophysiological finding whenever adequate information is available in this rapidly advances realm of research. The overall goal of the book is to facilitate understanding of the mechanisms and clinical relevance of repolarization abnormalities in both clinical and epidemiological applications, and as such will be of great interest to all who manage patients using ECG whether they be cardiac electrophysiologists, clinical cardiologists, critical care physicians or any medical professional in the disciplines covered.
  • 2016From: Wiley
    edited by Michael P. Goodman.
    Genital plastics : the history of development / Michael P. Goodman, with contributions from David Matlock -- Anatomic considerations / Orawee Chinthakanan, Robert D. Moore, John R. Miklos -- Definitions / Michael P. Goodman -- Philosophy, rationale, and patient selection / Michael P. Goodman -- Ethical considerations of female genital plastic/cosmetic surgery / Andrew T. Goldstein, Sarah L. Jutrzonka -- Patient protection and pre-operative assessment / Michael P. Goodman -- Surgical procedures I : vulva and mons pubis / Michael P. Goodman, with contributions from David Matlock, Alex Simopoulos, Bernard W. Stern, Otto J. Placik -- Surgical procedures II : perineoplasty, vaginoplasty, colpoperineoplasty ("vaginal rejuvenation") / Robert D. Moore, John R. Miklos, Orawee Chinthakanan -- The biomechanics and physiology of clitoral and vaginally activated orgasm : impact of vaginal tightening operations / Michael P. Goodman -- The G-spot / Dudley Robinson, Linda Cardozo -- Post-operative care / Michael P. Goodman -- Aesthetic male-to-female transsexual surgery / Marci Bowers -- Anesthetic choices and office based surgery / Michael P. Goodman -- Non-surgical cosmetic vulvo-vaginal procedures / Gustavo Leibaschoff, Pablo Gonzalez Isaza -- Surgical risks and untoward outcomes / Otto J. Placik -- Revisions and re-operations / Michael P. Goodman -- Psychosexual issues / Michael P. Goodman -- Outcomes / Michael P. Goodman -- Pearls for practice / Michael P. Goodman -- Standards of care / Michael P. Goodman.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Grigoris F. Grimbizis [and more], editors.
    Part 1: basics -- 1. Normal embryological development of the female genital tract -- 2. Pathogenesis and aetiology of female genital malformations -- 3. Implantation in women with uterine congenital malformations -- 4. Classification of female genital malformations.-Part 2: Screening and diagnosis of female genital malformations -- 5. Hysterosalpingography -- 6. 2D Ultrasound and sonohysterography for the diagnosis of Female Genital Anomalies -- 7. 3D Ultrasound -- 8. Magnetic resonance imaging for the Diagnosis of Female Genital Anomalies -- 9. Diagnosis of Uterine Congenital Anomalies: Endoscopy -- 10. Current Work-Up for Screening And Diagnosing Female Genital Malformations -- Part 3: Clinical implications of the female genital malformations -- 11. Prevalence in the general and selected populations -- 12. Health problems related to female genital malformations: obstructive and complex anomalies -- 13. Fertility in women with uterine anomalies -- 14. Pregnancy outcome in women with uterine anomalies -- 15. Cervical Weakness in women who have uterine anomalies: Impact on pregnancy outcomes.- Part 4: Treatment of vaginal aplasia / techniques and results -- 16. Frank dilators -- 17. Vulvo-Perineoplasty Creatsas Vaginoplasty -- 18. Neovagina formation with expansion of vaginal vault -- 19. Neovagina formation with the use of peritoneum -- 20. Neovagina formation with the use of bowel -- 21. Vaginal Aplasia: Critical Overview of Available Treatment Options -- Part 5: Treatment of obstructive anomalies -- 22. Vaginal septae and imperforate hymen -- 23. Treatment of Obstructing Anomalies: Cervical aplasia -- 24. Treatment of Patients with Non-communicating Horns with Cavity -- Part 6: Treatment of uterine malformations -- 25. T-shaped uterus -- 26. Septum resection: Techniques and Post-Treatment Reproductive Performance -- 27. Bicorporeal uterus: treatment options -- 28. Bicorporeal Uterus: Laparoscopic Metroplasty -- Part 7: Disorders of sex development -- 29. Disorders of Sex Development: Classification and Treatment.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Peter Petros.
    Overview -- Anatomy and dynamics of pelvic floor function and dysfunction -- Diagnosis of connective tissue damage -- Reconstructive pelvic floor surgery according to the integral theory -- Pelvic floor rehabilitation -- Mapping the dynamics of connective tissue dysfunction -- Current and emerging research issues -- Conclusion -- Patient questionnaires and other diagnostic resource tools.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Peter Petros.
    The Anatomy and Dynamics of Pelvic Floor Function and Dysfunction -- Diagnosis of Connective Tissue Damage -- Reconstructive Pelvic Floor Surgery According to the Integral Theory -- Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation according to the Integral Theory Towards a More Time Efficient Method for Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and With a Wider Symptom Scope -- Mapping the Dynamics of Connective Tissue Dysfunction -- Current and Emerging Research Issues -- Appendix 1. Patient Questionnaires and Other Diagnostic Resource Tools -- Appendix 2. References and Further Reading -- Appendix 3. Patient Information.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Farzeen Firoozi, editor.
    Female Pelvic Surgery provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art surgical review of this field and will serve as a valuable resource for clinicians and surgeons. The text reviews the basic indications for treatment and details the many surgical approaches to the management of all pelvic floor disorders. In addition to step-by-step description in text, the volume provides illustrations/photographs of surgical techniques. Integration of surgical methods demonstrating the major repairs described in each section augment the textbook and serve as the tool for the education of clinicians and surgeons. Female Pelvic Surgery provides a concise and comprehensive review of all the surgical approaches to female pelvic surgery and thus it will serve as an extremely useful resource for physicians dealing with and interested in the treatment of pelvic floor disorders.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Jennifer E. Dietrich, editor.
    Female Puberty: A Comprehensive Guide for Clinicians is a practical reference, covering the full range of issues related to pubertal development. Developed to answer pointed clinical questions and to provide a thorough review of the literature, the book covers both the basics and the complexities of puberty, encompassing psychosocial development to pubertal nuances in highly specialized populations. Comprehensive in scope, this title offers concepts that are concisely conveyed and chapters that complement each other well. Complex subjects such as details of the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis are covered in a readily understandable manner, and bullet points throughout the text serve as helpful reminders to the reader. An invaluable contribution to the literature, Female Puberty: A Comprehensive Guide for Clinicians will be of great interest to all health providers concerned with female reproductive health - including obstetrician gynecologists, reproductive endocrine specialists, pediatricians, pediatric specialists, family practitioners, and allied health professionals.
  • 2008From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Shlomo Raz, Larissa V. Rodríguez.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Howard B. Goldman, Sandip P. Vasavada.
  • Vicci Tallis.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Óliver Marín-Peña, editor.
    pt. 1. Concept and physical exam in FAI -- 1. Historical Evolution of the Concept of Femoroacetabular Impingement as a Cause of Hip Osteoarthritis / Martin Lavigne, Laffosse Jean-Michel and Vendittoli Pascal-André -- 2. Mechanism of Femoroacetabular Impingement / Martin Beck, Slaman Chegini, Stephen Ferguson and Harish S. Hosalkar -- 3. Physical Exam in FAI / Óliver Marín-Peña -- pt. 2. Imaging in FAI -- 4. X-Ray Examination in FAI / Klaus A. Siebenrock and Philipp Henle -- 5. MRI/CT in FAI / Kawan S. Rakhra -- 6. Future Strategies for the Assessment of Cartilage and Labral Lesions in Femoroacetabular Impingement / Ara Kassarjian, Luis Cerezal and Eva Llopis -- pt. 3. FAI Surgical Treatment -- 7. Evidence-Based Medicine in the Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement / Ricardo Larraínzar Garijo, R. García-Bógalo and E. Díez-Nicolás -- 8. Bone Resection: First Step for Treatment, How Much Is Too Much? / Rodrigo Mardones and Fernando Nemtala -- 9. Open Surgical Treatment of FAI: Safe Surgical Dislocation of the Femoral Head / Michael Leunig, Anil Ranawat, Martin Beck and Reinhold Ganz -- 10. Mini-Anterior Approach / Manuel Ribas and Óliver Marín-Peña -- 11. Arthroscopic Treatment of FAI: Position, Portals, and Instrumentation / Victor M. Ilizaliturri -- 12. Normal and Pathological Arthroscopic View in Hip Arthroscopy / Damian Griffin and Shanmugam Karthikeyan -- 13. What Goes on During the Learning Curve? / Luís Perez-Carro and Marc Tey -- 14. My Experience of Hip Arthroscopy in the Lateral Position / Alexandros P. Tzaveas and Richard N. Villar -- 15. Arthroscopic Treatment of FAI: Supine Position, My First Option / Marcelo Quieroz, Katrina Dela Torre and Bryan T. Kelly -- 16. Complications and Revision Surgery in Hip Arthroscopy / Bruno G. S. e Souza and Marc J. Philippon -- 17. Combined Techniques in FAI: Hip Arthroscopy Followed / Mini-Anterior Approach / Nader A. Nassif and John C. Clohisy -- 18. Femoroacetabular Impingement Management Through a Mini-Open Anterior Approach and Arthroscopic Assistance: Technics and Mid-Term Results / Frédéric Laude and Elhadi Sariali -- pt. 4. F.A.I. and Hip Dysplasia -- 19. Differentiating FAI from Dysplasia / Wadih Y. Matar and Javad Parvizi -- 20. Advances in PAO Surgery: The Minimally Invasive Approach / Anders Troelsen and Kjeld Søballe -- 21. Retroverted PAO or Rim Trimming in the Dysplastic Hip with FAI / Philipp Henle and Klaus A. Siebenrock -- pt. 5. Hip arthroplasty in young adult -- 22. Current Arthroplasty Options in the Young Adult Hip / Eduardo García Cimbrelo, Eduardo Garcia-Rey and Ana Cruz-Pardos -- 23. Resurfacing Arthroplasty for Femoroacetabular Impingement / Matías J. Salineros and Paul E. Beaulé -- 24. How to Do Resurfacing in Hip Dysplasia / Koen De Smet -- pt. 6. Postoperative management (POM) -- 25. Rehabilitation Following Femoroacetabular Impingement Surgery / Lafayette de Azevedo Lage -- 26. Postoperative Management of Hip Resurfacing / Alfonso Valles and Carlos Gebhard -- pt. 7. Outcome in FAI Treatment -- 27. Clinical Scores in Femoroacetabular Impingement / Néstor Moreno and Óliver Marín-Peña.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    2013From: ClinicalKey
    J. Eric Piña-Garza.
    1. Paroxysmal disorders -- 2. Altered states of consciousness -- 3. Headache -- 4. Increased intracranial pressure -- 5. Psychomotor retardations and regression -- 6. The hypotonic infant -- 7. Flaccid limb weakness in childhood -- 8. Cramps, muscles stiffness, and exercise intolerance -- 9. Sensory and autonomic disturbances -- 10. Ataxia -- 11. Hemiplegia -- 12. Paraplegia and quadriplegia -- 13. Monoplegia -- 14. Movement disorders -- 15. Disorders of ocular motility -- 16. Disorders of the visual system -- 17. Lower brainstem and cranial nerve dysfunction -- 18. Disorders of cranial volume and shape.
  • von Carl Oppenheimer.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015From: Springer
    Peter J. Taub, Pravin K. Patel, Steven R. Buchman, Mimis N. Cohen, editors
    Ferraro's Fundamentals of Maxillofacial Surgery, 2e is the newly revised and updated second edition of the text originally edited by James W. Ferraro. Written for trainees and students, as well as experts in oral and maxillofacial surgery, and experts in related subspecialties such as otolaryngology and plastic surgery, this highly illustrated text is an invaluable source of hands-on, practical knowledge for those taking the ASMS Basic Course, or for any specialist seeking a comprehensive review of maxillofacial surgery.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Fred F. Ferri.
    For nearly 25 years, Ferri's concise, pocket-sized resources have served as the go-to medical reference books among students, residents, and other medical professionals. Ferri's Best Test continues that trend, providing fast, effective, and efficient guidance and helping you review the most important laboratory and imaging testing information, with an added focus on cost-effective decision making. Quickly access important information with concise, well-organized guidance to the most common lab tests and diagnostic imaging modalities.Simplify your decision-making process through analysis that describes the most common imaging studies for each organ system, reviewing their indications, advantages, disadvantages, and approximate costs. Confidently address problematic situations with background data that examines over 384 laboratory tests, describing the normal range of results in adult patients, typical abnormalities (positive tests, increased or decreased values), and the likeliest causes. Select the best test for diagnosing more than 200 common diseases and disorders. Keep important information at your fingertips with this portable, pocket-sized format that allows for convenient consultation anytime, anywhere.
  • Latest edition onlyFrom: ClinicalKey
    Ferri, Fred F.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    Fred F. Ferri.
    Inside this new reference you'll find nearly 4,000 images-the largest collection of medical images ever assembled in a primary care resource. For each condition examined, the text presents several images from a multiple-modality perspective that together provide a clear picture for obtaining an accurate identification. Differential diagnosis references accompanying each image help you avoid possible misdiagnoses.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    Fred F. Ferri.
    Here's a portable, concise guide to differential diagnosis for over 900 signs, symptoms and clinical disorders. Differential diagnoses are listed both by presenting sign or symptom and by clinical disorder, so you can confirm your diagnosis accurately, completely, and quickly. This is a versatile, easy-to-use reference you'll consult every day.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    editor, Fred F. Ferri ; associate editors, James S. Studdiford, Amber Tully.
    Evaluation of skin disorders -- Differential diagnosis -- Diseases and disorders.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    Fred F. Ferri.
    For nearly 25 years, Ferri's concise, pocket-sized resource has served as the go-to reference for practical, clinical information among students, residents, and other medical professionals. Formerly known as Practical Guide to the Care of the Medical Patient, this volume continues to provide a fast, effective, and efficient way to identify the important clinical, laboratory, and diagnostic imaging information you need to get through your internal medicine clerkship or residency. Benefit from the expert guidance of Dr. Fred Ferri, a leading teacher, clinician, and author.Confidently manage patients with the latest clinical information, drug therapies, and lab tests.
  • [Joyce C. Abma, Anjani Chandra, William D. Mosher, Linda S. Peterson, and Linda J. Piccinino].
    Also available: Print – 1997
  • 2010From: Springer
    Ursula-F. Habenicht, R. John Aitken, editors.
    Part 1. Female Reproduction -- New Insights into Ovarian Function / JoAnne S. Richards and Stephanie A. Pangas -- Estrogen Signaling in the Regulation of Female Reproductive Functions / J. K. Findlay, S. H. Liew, E. R. Simpson and K. S. Korach -- Progesterone Receptors and Ovulation / Orla M. Conneely -- Contraception Targets in Mammalian Ovarian Development / Eileen A. McLaughlin and Alexander P. Sobinoff -- Proteomics of Embryonic Implantation / T. Garrido-Gómez, F. Dominguez and C. Simón -- Evaluation of Plasma Membrane Calcium/Calmodulin-Dependent ATPase Isoform 4 as a Potential Target for Fertility Contro / Elizabeth J. Cartwright and Ludwig Neyses -- Part 2. Male Reproduction -- New Insights into Sperm Physiology and Pathology / R. John Aitken, Mark A. Baker, Geoffry N. De Iuliis and Brett Nixon -- The Epididymis as a Target for Male Contraceptive Development / B. T. Hinton and T. G. Cooper -- Sperm-Zona Pellucida Interaction: Molecular Mechanisms and the Potential for Contraceptive Intervention / Matthew D. Dun, Lisa A. Mitchell, R. John Aitken and Brett Nixon -- Mouse Models as Tools in Fertility Research and Male-Based Contraceptive Development / Duangporn Jamsai and Moira K. O'Bryan -- Part 3. New options: From target to product -- Male Hormonal Contraception / E. Nieschlag -- Family Planning: Today and in the Future / Michael J. K. Harper.
  • 2015From: Cambridge
    edited by Sharon N. Covington, Psychological Support Services, Shady Grove Fertility Reproductive Science Center, Rockville, MD, Intramural Research Program on Reproductive and Adult Endocrinology, National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD, and Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, USA.
    Collaborative reproductive health care model / Sharon N. Covington and David Adamson -- Reproductive psychology and fertility counseling / Susan C. Klock -- Fertility counseling for individuals / Linda D. Applegarth -- Fertility counseling for couples / Brennan D. Peterson -- Spirituality in fertility counseling / Eileen A. Dombo and Megan Flood -- Reproductive psychiatry and fertility counseling / Katherine Williams -- Counseling recipients of anonymous donor gametes / Patricia L. Sachs and Carol B. Toll -- Counseling anonymous gamete donors / Laura Joseph and Uschi Van den Broeck -- Counseling surrogate carrier participants / Tara H. Simpson and Hilary Hanafin -- Counseling known participants in third-party reproduction / Erica J. Mindes and Laura S. Covington -- Last chance or too late? : counseling perspective older parents / Julianne E. Zweifel -- Counseling single women and single men choosing parenthood / Lauri A. Pasch and Sarah R. Holley -- Counseling gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender patients / Sarah R. Holley and Lauri A. Pasch -- Adoption / Anne F. Malavé -- Fertility preservation counseling / Allison Rosen -- Pregnancy and loss counseling / Irving G. Leon -- The view from the fertility counselor's chair / Janet Jaffe -- Disclosure : helping families talk about assisted reproduction / Jean M. Benward -- An evidence-based approach to counseling for fertility treatment compliance / Sofia Gameiro and Jacky Boivin -- Ethical aspects of fertility counseling / Joann Paley Galst and Judith E. Horowitz -- Legal issues for fertility counselors / Margaret Swain and William Petok -- Cross-border reproductive services and fertility counseling / Petra Thorn and Eric Blyth.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Emre Seli, Ashok Agarwal, editors ; foreword by Charles J. Lockwood.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    editor-in-chief, John P. Mulhall ; associate editors, Linda D. Applegarth, Robert D. Oates, Peter N. Schlegel V.
    1. Functional anatomy of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis and the male reproductive tract -- 2. Spermatogenesis -- 3. The semen analysis -- 4. Physiology of ejaculation -- 5. History and physical examination -- 6. Abnormalities of semen parameters -- 7. Azoospermia -- 8. Varicocele -- 9. Disorders of ejaculation -- 10. Androgen deficiency in the male -- 11. Infertility and male sexual dysfunction -- 12. Radiation effects on spermatogenesis -- 13. Chemotherapy effects on spermatognesis -- 14. Effects of therapy for solid tumors -- 15. Lymphoma and leukemia -- 16. Stem cell transplantation -- 17. Fertility preservation in men with germ cell tumors -- 18. Effects of therapy for brain cancer -- 19. Male infertility following childhood cancer: special considerations for fertility preservation in children -- 20. Facilitating discussion about fertility preservation -- 21. Development of a program to address fertility preservation and parenthood after cancer treatment -- 22. Psychological consultation and assessment -- 23. Nutraceuticals in fertility preservation -- 24. Application of spermatogenesis suppression therapies for fertility preservation -- 25. Semen cryobiology and sperm banking -- 26. Ethical and legal considerations of sperm and tissue cryopreservation -- 27. The use of ejaculationinduction procedures in cancer patients -- 28. Sperm extraction in the pre-therapy patient -- 29. Fertility preservation in the pediatric population, germ cell culture and transplantation -- 30. Exogenous androgens, effect on spermatogenesis -- 31. Fertility preservation in the female with cancer -- 32. Psychosocial issues surrounding the use of sperm donation -- 33. Medical therapy for male infertility -- 34. Management of the varicocele in the treated patient -- 35. Sperm extraction in the treated patient -- 36. Postmortem sperm extraction -- 37. Fertility following antineoplastic therapy in the male, intrauterine insemination and the assisted reproductive technologies -- Index.
  • 2012From: Springer
    University College NHS Foundation Trust and University College London.
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    edited by Alan H. Jobe, Jeffrey A. Whitsett, Steven H. Abman.
    The genetic programs regulating embryonic lung development and induced pluripotent stem cell differentiation / Finn Hawkins, Scott A Rankin, Darrell N. Kotton, and Aaron M. Zorn -- Early development of the mammalian lung-branching morphogenesis / Kathleen M. Stewart and Edward E. Morrisey -- Pulmonary vascular development / Timothy D. Le Cras and Marlene Rabinovitch -- Transcriptional mechanisms regulating pulmonary epithelial maturation : a systems biology approach / Jeffrey A. Whitsett and Yan Xu -- Environmental effects on lung morphogenesis and function : tobacco products, combustion products and other sources of pollution / Cindy T. McEvoy & Eliot R. Spindel -- Congenital malformations of the lung / Susan E. Wert and Kathryn A. Wikenheiser-Brokamp -- Lung structure at preterm and term birth / Jason C. Woods and Johannes C. Schittny -- Surfactant during lung development / Timothy E. Weaver, Lawrence M. Nogee, and Alan H. Jobe -- Initiation of breathing at birth / Arjan te Pas and Stuart Hooper -- Perinatal modifiers of lung structure and function / Suhas G. Kallapur and Sailesh Kotecha -- Chronic neonatal lung injury and care strategies to decrease injury / Robert P. Jankov and A. Keith Tanswel -- Apnea and control of breathing / Christopher C. Stryker, Andrew Dylag, and Richard J. Martin -- Alveolarization into adulthood / Manjith Narayanan -- Physiologic assessment of lung growth and development throughout infancy and childhood / Anne-Marie Gibson, Sarath Ranganathan, and Lex W Doyle -- Perinatal disruptions of lung development : mechanisms and implications for chronic lung diseases / Michael A. O'Reilly -- Lung growth through the "life course" and predictors and determinants of chronic respiratory disorders / Fernando D. Martinez -- The lung structure maintenance program : sustaining lung structure during adulthood and implications for COPD risk / Norbert F. Voelkel and Masahiro Sakagami.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Gianfranco Butera, John Cheatham, Carlos A.C. Pedra, Dietmar Schranz, Gerald Tulzer, editors.
    Part I-Introductory aspects in fetal procedures/Ethical aspects of fetal heart interventions -- Tools in fetal heart procedures -- Role of Multicenter Registries to Assess Outcomes of Fetal Interventions -- Role of Counseling in Fetal Congenital Heart Diseases -- Part II -- Aortic valve disease/Fetal Anatomy: the aortic valve in the fetal aortic valve diseases -- Fetal aortic stenosis -- natural history and echocardiographic evaluation -- Fetal Aortic Valvuloplasty (FAV) -- Fetal aortic valvuloplasty: state of art -- Part III -- Pulmonary valve disease/Fetal anatomy: the pulmonary valve in the fetal pulmonary valve disease -- Fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty: Natural history and echocardiographic evaluation of Critical Pulmonary stenosis/ Pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum -- Indications for fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty -- Center experience and step-by-step approach for fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty -- Pulmonary valvuloplasty: Fetal, neonatal and follow up outcomes -- Literature on fetal therapy after pulmonary valvuloplasty -- Future perspectives on fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty -- Part IV -- Procedures on the interatrial septum/The embryology of the interatrial septum -- Fetal anatomy: the inter atrial septum in the fetus with congenital heart disease -- Literature on fetal therapy on interatrial septum -- Procedures on the Atrial Septum -- Part V -- Fetal procedures: Other treatments and approaches/Perspectives On Fetal Pacing -- Alternative vascular access in fetus -- Part VII -- Introductory aspects in hybrid procedures/Physician's Perspective -- Parents' Perspective on the Hybrid Approach -- The Hybrid Catheterization Laboratory -- Part VIII -- Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS)/Hypoplastic left heart syndrome natural and surgical history -- The engineering perspective -- General principles of the hybrid approach in Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome -- Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome: The Giessen approach -- history, technique and results -- Hybrid Approach: The Columbus way -- The Brazilian Hybrid Approach for Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome -- Canadian approach to hybrid HLHS.-Prolonged Right Ventricle To Left Ventricle Support (Hybrid Or Surgical) To Delay Decision Making In Borderline Left Ventricles -- The Anatomical or Functional Borderline Left Ventricle and Strategies for Staged Rehabilitation -- Part IX -- Pulmonary Arteries/Pulmonary arteries: surgical point of view -- Exit Angiography -- Role of 3-Dimensional Rotational Angiography in Imaging the Pulmonary Arteries -- Hybrid Approach to Pulmonary Artery Stenosis -- Literature and Results -- Part X -- Ventricular Septal Defect/Hybrid Closure of Muscular Ventricular Septal Defects: anatomy, clinical scenarios and techniques -- Hybrid Muscular Ventricular Septal Defect Closure: Literature And Results -- Perimembranous VSD -- Part XI -- Other Hybrid Procedures/Hybrid Atrial Septal Defect Closure -- Treatment of RV Outflow Tract Dysfunction: New Valve Technologies -- Mitral Valve Replacement with Melody Valve Prosthesis -- A Hybrid Approach to Aortic Stent Implantation -- Other hybrid treatments: tetralogy of Fallot -- Other hybrid treatments: RV-to-PA hybrid conduit -- Hybrid VSD creation or enlargement.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Jean Keeling and T. Yee Khong (eds.).
  • 2017From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Richard A. Polin, Steven H. Abman, David H. Rowitch, William E. Benitz, William W. Fox.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Richard A. Polin, Alan R. Spitzer.
    Drs. Richard Polin and Alan Spitzer, uses the success formula of the Secrets Series to offer fast answers to the most essential clinical questions in fetal and neonatal medicine. With its user-friendly Q & A format, practical tips from neonatologists and fetal medicine experts, and "Key Points" boxes, this portable and easy-to-read medical reference book provides rapid access to the practical knowledge you need to succeed both in practice and on board and recertification exams. New to this edition: Apply all the latest pediatric advances in clinical fetal neonatology techniques, technology, and pharmacology.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Jack Rychik, Zhiyun Tian.
    Complied by the team at the Cardiac Center at Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, this Expert Consult site and accompanying atlas-style text guide the acquisition and interpretation of fetal images for accurate diagnosis and effective management. Vivid color images, drawings, pathologic specimens and diagnostic algorithms facilitate tracking the progress of development of over 100 fetal heart problems. Enhance your cardiac imaging skills with a video library demonstrating imaging of the normal heart, and the imaging presentation of more than 100 different fetal heart problems. Recognize potential problems using views of the normal heart in development for comparative diagnosis. Get comprehensive coverage of cardiac anatomy, pathophysiology, natural history and disease management. See developing and existing problems as they appear in practice thanks to an abundance of vivid color images, drawings, pathologic specimens, and diagnostic algorithms. Track the progress of development in the fetal heart by using the best imaging modalities & techniques for more accurate diagnosis.
  • [edited by] Julia A. Drose.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Embryology and physiology of the fetal heart -- Scanning : indications and technique -- Cardiac malposition -- Atrial septal defects -- Ventricular septal defects -- Atrioventricular septal defects -- Hypoplastic left heart syndrome -- Hypoplasia of the right ventricle -- Univentricular heart -- Aortic stenosis and pulmonary stenosis -- Coarctation of the aorta -- Ebstein anomaly -- Tetralogy of fallot -- Persistent truncus arteriosus -- Complete and congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries -- Anomalous pulmonary venous connection -- Double-outlet right ventricle and double-outlet left ventricle -- Congenital cardiac masses -- Cardiosplenic syndromes -- Fetal cardiomyopathies -- Fetal dysrhythmias -- First trimester fetal echocardiography -- 3D fetal echocardiography prenatal intervention in the fetus with cardiac disease.
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    edited by Bidyut Kumar, MD, FRCOG, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Wrexham Maelor Hospital, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Wrexham, North Wales, Honorary Lecturer, Cardiff University, and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Bangor University, Gwyneddn Wales, UK, Zarko Alfirevic, MD, FRCOG, Professor of Fetal and Internal Medicine and Head of Department of Women's and Children's Health at University of Liverpool and Honorary Consultant Obstretician at Liverpool Women's Hospital, UK.
    Section 1. Genetics and antenatal screening -- Section 2. Embryology, fetal physiology and fetal anatomy -- Section 3. Fetal anomalies -- Section 4. Fetal disease -- Section 5. Termination of pregnancy -- Section 6. Fetal growth and wellbeing -- Section 7. Multiple pregnancy -- Section 8. Placenta, amniotic membrane and amniotic fluid -- Section 9. Diagnostic and therapeutic invasive procedures -- Index.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Charles H. Rodeck and Martin J. Whittle ; foreword by John Queenan.
    Fetal medicine has emerged as a separate subspecialty over the last 30 years as a result of major advances in a number of areas, in particular ultrasound imaging, cytogenetics, molecular biology and biochemistry. The widespread use of antenatal screening and diagnostic tests has led to an increased need for obstetricians to have knowledge and skills in fetal medicine. This book provides the information that underpins training programmes in fetal medicine and integrates science and clinical disciplines in a practical and useful way. Clinical sections include: the latest advances in prenatal screening; a systems-based presentation of the diagnosis and management of fetal malformations; complete coverage of common and rare fetal conditions including growth restriction, endocrine and platelet disorders, early pregnancy loss, and twins/multiple pregnancy. More focus on important basic-science concepts, such as maternofetal cell trafficking, and the relevance to clinical management.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Daniela Prayer (ed.).
    Indications for Fetal MRI -- How to Shorten MRI Sequences Guiding Choices for High Speed Imaging -- Fetal MRI at Higher Field Strength -- Safety of Fetal MRI Scanning -- The Psychic State of the Pregnant Woman and Prenatal Diagnostic Procedures -- Methods of Fetal MRI -- Prenatal Development of the Human Fetal Telencephalon -- Fetal MRI of Normal Brain Development -- Fetal Movements. Though They May Be Spontaneous, Yet There is Method in Them -- The Fetal Neurology Clinic A Multidisciplinary Approach Fetal Neuroimaging: Ultrasound or MRI? -- MRI of the Normal Fetal Lung -- The Skeleton and Musculature -- MRI of the Fetal Heart -- MRI of the Fetal Endocrine Glands -- The Prenatal Diagnosis of Facial Clefts with Fetal MRI -- Cerebral Malformations -- Acquired Brain Pathology -- Diagnosis of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia -- Treatment of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia -- MRI of the Pathological Fetal Thorax -- MRI of the Fetal Abdomen -- Normal and Pathological Placental Development: MRI and Pathology -- Problems of Multiple Pregnancies Ultrasound and MRI -- Fetal Perinatal Autopsy and MRI: Synthesis or Alternative? -- Postmortem Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Fetus -- Genetics of Fetal Disease -- Maternal Diseases with Possible Impact on Pregnancy.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Reinhard Schumacher, Laurie H. Seaver, Jürgen Spranger.
    Intrinsic errors of skeletal development are individually rare but of clinical importance because of their overall frequency and their impact on a patient's life. Sonography has become a routine component of prenatal care, and many of these disorders are diagnosed prenatally. Postnatally, the prenatal diagnosis has to be verified. To this end, fetal radiography is an effective, simple and economic way to establish a diagnosis or to narrow the number of diagnostic possibilities sufficiently to enable pathological, biochemical or molecular studies to be used in the quest for a specific diagnosis. Equally important, a correct diagnosis is required for correct prognostication and parental counseling. This book has been written to assist in the postnatal diagnosis of fetal errors of skeletal development.
  • 2013From: Cambridge
    edited by Mark Kilby, Anthony Johnson, Dick Oepkes.
    1. The rationale for fetal therapy -- 2. Insights into pathogenesis of adult cardiovascular disease from fetal animal studies -- 3. Human embryology: molecular mechanisms of embryonic disease -- 4. Ethics of fetal therapy -- 5. Fetal therapy choices: about risks, emotions, and the doctor's role in the decision making process -- 6. Red cell alloimmunization: immunobiology, clinical disease, and management -- 7. Fetal and neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia -- 8.1. Fetal dysrhythmias: the effects of antiarrhythmic therapy on the immature heart -- 8.2. Fetal dysrhythmias: clinical management -- 9.1. Structural heart disease: embryology -- 9.2. Structural heart disease: genetic influences -- 9.3. Structural heart disease: fetal cardiac interventions -- 10.1. Manipulation of amniotic fluid volume: homeostasis of fluid volumes in the amniotic cavity -- 10.2. Manipulation of amniotic fluid volume: oligohydramnios and polyhydramnios -- 11.1. Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: scientific basis -- 11.2. Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: placental circulation -- 11.3. Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: cardiovascular manifestations -- 11.4. Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: treatment by fetoscopic laser ablation -- 11.5. Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome: management of stage I disease -- 12.1. Twin reverse arterial perfusion (TRAP) sequence: pathophysiology -- 12.2. Twin reverse arterial perfusion (TRAP) sequence: in-utero treatment -- 13.1. Fetal infections: fetal immune responses to congenital infections -- 13.2. Fetal infections: clinical management -- 14.1. Fetal urinary tract obstruction: pathophysiology -- 14.2. Fetal urinary tract obstruction: prenatal assessment and prognosis -- 14.3. Fetal urinary tract obstruction: fetal cystoscopy -- 14.4. Fetal urinary tract obstruction: in-utero intervention -- 15.1. Fetal lung growth, development and lung fluid: physiology and pathophysiology -- 15.2. Fetal lung growth, development, and lung fluid: clinical management of pleural effusion and pulmonary pathology -- 16.1. Neural tube defects: pathophysiology and prevention -- 16.2. Neural tube defects: clinical management -- 17.1. Fetal tumors: pathophysiology -- 17.2. Fetal tumors: clinical management -- 18.1. Intrauterine growth restriction: placental basis and implications for clinical practice -- 18.2. Intrauterine growth restriction: differential diagnosis and management -- 19.1. Congenital diaphragmatic hernia: pathophysiology -- 19.2. Congenital diaphragmatic hernia: clinical antenatal management -- 20.1. Fetal stem cell transplantation: stem cell biology basics -- 20.2. Fetal stem cell transplantation: clinical potential -- 20.3. Fetal stem cell transplantation: fetal tissue engineering -- 21. Gene therapy: physiological principles and clinical potential -- 22. The future: fetal therapies and translation studies: global alignment, coordination and collaboration in perinatal research: The Global Obstetrics Network (GONet) initiative -- Index.
  • edited by Burke A. Cunha.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • Jeanette Keith.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    An account of the 1878 yellow fever epidemic documents how it killed more than 18,000 people in the American South, tracing its particularly catastrophic impact in Memphis, Tennessee, while noting the heroic efforts of people who remained behind to help.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Essam Kotb.
  • 2010From: Springer
    edited by Karen F. Murray, Anne M. Larson.
    Embryology and development of the ductal plate / Clifford W. Bogue -- Cholangiocyte biology as relevant to cystic liver diseases / Silvia Lecchi ... [et al.] -- Cholangiocyte cilia and basal bodies / Tatyana V. Masyuk, Anatoliy I. Masyuk, and Nicholas F. LaRusso -- Genetics of fibrocystic diseases of the liver and molecular approaches to therapy / Maya Tuchman, William A. Gahl, and Meral Gunay-Aygun -- Radiologic findings in the fibrocystic diseases / Orpheus Kolokythas and Grace Phillips -- Pathology of fibrocystic diseases of the liver / Camtu D. Nguyen Truong and Matthew M. Yeh -- Alagille Syndrome and JAGGED1/NOTCH sequence / Binita M. Kamath, Kathleen M. Loomes, and David A Piccoli -- Biliary atresia and the ductal plate / Ronald J. Sokol and Cara L. Mack -- Nephronophthisis and renal-hepatic-pancreatic dysplasia of Ivemark / David A. Myers and Jordan M. Symons -- Meckel and Joubert syndromes / Melissa A. Parisi, Laura S. Finn, and Ian A. Glass -- Bardet-Biedl and Jeune syndromes / Aoife M. Waters and Philip L Beales -- Congenital disorders of glycosylation and their effects on the liver / Erik A. Eklund and Hudson H. Freeze -- Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease / Jodi M. Smith and Ruth A. McDonald -- Caroli disease, Caroli syndrome, and Congenital hepatic fibrosis / Ronen Arnon, Henrietta Kotlus Rosenberg, and Frederick J. Suchy -- Simple hepatic cysts/choledochal cysts / André A. S. Dick and Patrick J. Healey -- Autosomal dominant polycystic liver disease / Qi Qian, Vicente E. Torres, and Stefan Somlo -- Echinococcal/Hydatid cysts of the liver / Paul S. Pottinger, Austin Spitzer, and Raymond R. Yeung -- Miscellaneous cystic lesions of the liver / Iris W. Liou -- Vascular complications of fibrocystic liver disease / Maarouf Hoteit and Patrick S. Kamath -- Biliary cystadenoma and cystadenocarcinoma / Paolo Del Poggio, Ezio Pezzica, and Daniela Corti -- Cholangitis / Shayan Irani and Richard Kozarek -- Surgical management of fibrocystic liver disease / Meelie DebRoy.
  • 2013From: Wiley
    edited by James H. Segars.
    Fibroids are benign growths of the uterus. They are the most common tumours found in women (20-30% of women), usually in later reproductive years. This book covers evidence-based indications for treatment of uterine fibroids in gynecology, the management of fibroids in pregnancy, surgical treatments and outcomes, rare fibroid syndromes, and more.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Dawn A. Marcus, Atul Deodhar.
    Fibromyalgia definition and epidemiology -- Pathophysiology of fibromyalgia -- Assessment and diagnosis -- Headache -- Chronic fatigue syndrome -- Irritable bowel syndrome -- Sleep disturbance -- Depression and anxiety -- Obesity and metabolic syndrome -- Published recommendations -- Medication treatments -- Non-medication treatments -- Nutritional supplements -- Clinical handouts -- Fibromyalgia and pregnancy -- Fibromyalgia in seniors -- Gender and ethnic issues.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Erin Lawson, Mark S. Wallace, editors.
    Preface -- The Epidemiology and Prevalence of Fibromyalgia -- Fibromyalgia Diagnosis -- Etiology -- Prognosis -- Lifestyle Modification and Fibromyalgia -- Psychological Treatment for Fibromyalgia -- Medications -- Adjuvant Treatments for Fibromyalgia -- Utilizing Clinical Treatments with a Limited Evidence Base -- Treatment of Special Groups: Children, Pregnant, Elderly and Mentally-disabled -- Emerging Developments -- Nutrition.
  • 2005From: Springer Protocols
    edited by John Varga, David A. Brenner, Sem H. Phan.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2006From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    edited by Deborah Blum, Mary Knudson, Robin Marantz Henig.
    pt. 1: Learning the craft / Mary Knudson -- Finding story ideas and sources / Philip M. Yam -- Reporting from science journals / Tom Siegfried -- Understanding and using statistics / Lewis Cope -- Writing well about science: techniques from teachers of science writing -- Taking your story to the next level / Nancy Shute -- Finding a voice and a style / David Everett -- pt. 2: Choosing your market / Carey Goldberg -- Small newspapers / Ron Seely -- Large newspapers / Robert Lee Hotz -- Popular magazines / Janice Hopkins Tanne -- Trade and science journals / Colin Norman -- Broadcast science journalism / Joe Palca -- Freelance writing / Kathryn Brown -- Science books / Carl Zimmer -- Popular audiences on the web / Alan Boyle -- Science audiences on the web / Tabitha Powledge -- Science editing / Mariette DiChristina -- pt. 3: Varying your writing style / Robin Marantz Henig -- Deadline writing / Gareth Cook -- Investigative reporting / Antonio Regalado -- Gee whiz science writing / Robert Kunzig -- Explanatory writing / George Johnson -- Narrative writing / James Shreeve -- The science essay / Robert Kanigel -- pt. 4: Covering stories in the life sciences / Deborah Blum -- Medicine / Shannon Brownlee -- Infectious diseases / Marilyn Chase -- Nutrition / Sally Squires -- Mental health / Paul Raeburn -- The biology of behavior / Kevin Begos -- Human genetics / Antonio Regalado -- pt. 5: Covering stories in the physical and environmental sciences / Deborah Blum -- Technology and engineering / Kenneth Chang -- Space science / Michael D. Lemonick -- The environment / Andrew C. Revkin -- Nature / McKay Jenkins -- Earth sciences / Glennda Chui -- Climate / Usha Lee McFarling -- Risk reporting / Cristine Russell -- Taking a different path: journalists and public information officers / the editors -- pt. 6: Communicating science from institutions / John D. Toon -- Universities / Earle Holland -- Institutional communications during crisis / Joann Ellison Rodgers -- Government agencies / Colleen Henrichsen -- Nonprofits / Frank Blanchard -- Museums / Mary Miller -- Corporate public relations / Marion Glick -- Epilogue / James Gleick.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    David S. Smith.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2006From: Ovid
    [edited by] David H. Frankel.
    Proper use of topical corticosteroids -- Atopic dermatitis -- Contact dermatitis -- Scabies -- Pediculosis -- Dyshidrotic eczema -- Stasis dermatitis -- Pruritis and excoriations with no primary skin lesions -- Acne vulgaris -- Perioral dermatitis -- Rosacea -- Seborrheic dermatitis -- Lupus erythematosus -- Dermatomyositis -- Urticaria -- Erythema multiforme -- Drug eruption -- Erythema migrans/Lyme disease -- Candidosis -- Psoriasis -- Pityriasis rosea -- Lichen planus -- Tinea -- Tinea versicolor -- Secondary syphilis -- Bullous pemphigoid -- Impetigo -- Herpes simplex -- Herpes zoster -- Pemphigus vulgaris -- Toxic epidermal necrolysis/Stevens-Johnson syndrome -- Seborrheic keratosis -- Squamous cell carcinoma -- Actinic keratosis -- Keratoacanthoma -- Basal cell carcinoma -- Melanocytic nevus -- Halo nevus -- Malignant melanoma -- Dyplastic nevus -- Dermatofibroma -- Skin tags -- Epidermoid cyst and pilar cyst -- Molluscum contagiosum -- Cherry angioma -- Granuloma annulare -- Folliculitis -- Pyogenic granuloma -- Milium -- Syringoma -- Furuncle and carbuncle -- Erythema nodosum -- Hidradenitis suppurativa -- Chondrodermatitis nodularis chronica helicis -- Keloid and hypertrophic scar -- Lipoma -- Xanthelasma -- Xanthoma -- Warts -- Kaposi's sarcoma -- Ecchymosis/actinic purpura -- Cutaneous vasculitis -- Postinflammatory hypopigmentation -- Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus -- Vitiligo -- Morphea (localized scleroderma) -- Scleroderma (progressive systemic sclerosis) -- Lentigo -- Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation -- Leg ulcers -- Onychomycosis -- Pseudomonas nails -- Acute paronychia and chronic paronychia -- Alopecia areata -- Androgenetic alopecia -- Telogen effluvium -- Punch biopsy -- Shave biopsy and shave excision -- Cryosurgery -- Electrodesiccation and curettage.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    editors, Paul S. Auerbach, Benjamin B. Constance, Luanne Freer; associate editors, Howard J. Donner, Eric A. Weiss.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Lawrence A. Lacey and Harry K. Kaya.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    editors-in-chief, David M. Knipe, Peter M. Howley ; associate editors, Diane E. Griffin ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2.
  • 2013From: Ovid
    editors-in-chief, David M. Knipe, Peter M. Howley ; associate editors, Jeffrey I. Cohen, Diane E. Griffin, Robert A. Lamb, Malcolm A. Martin, Vincent R. Racaniello, Bernard Roizman.
    Virology: from contagium fluidum to virome -- Principles of virology -- Principles of virus structure -- Virus entry and uncoating -- Viral replication strategies -- Virus assembly -- Viruses, cell transformation, and cancer -- Innate responses to viral infections -- Adaptive immune response to viral infections -- Pathogenesis of viral infection -- Virus evolution -- Epidemiology -- Antiviral agents -- Immunization against viral diseases -- Diagnostic virology -- Picornaviridae: the viruses and their replication -- Enteroviruses: polioviruses, coxsackieviruses, echoviruses, and newer enteroviruses -- Rhinoviruses -- Hepatitis A virus -- Caliciviridae: the noroviruses -- Astroviruses -- Togaviridae -- Alphaviruses -- Rubella virus -- Flaviviridae -- Flaviviruses -- Hepatitis C virus -- Coronaviridae -- Arteriviruses -- Mononegavirales -- Rhabdoviridae -- Filoviridae: marbug and ebola viruses -- Paramyxoviridae -- Parainfluenza viruses -- Mumps virus -- Measles virus -- Henipaviruses -- Respiratory syncytial virus and metapneumovirus -- Bornaviridae -- Orthomyxoviridae -- Orthomyxoviruses -- Bunyaviridae -- Arenaviridae -- Orthoreoviruses -- Rotaviruses -- Orbiviruses -- Retroviridae -- Human t-cell leukemia virus types 1 and 2 -- Human immunodeficiency viruses: replication -- HIV-1: pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, and treatment -- Nonhuman lentiviruses -- Foamy viruses -- Polyomaviruses -- Papillomaviruses -- Adenoviridae -- Adenoviruses -- Parvoviridae -- Circoviridae -- Herpesviridae -- Herpes simplex viruses -- Epstein-Barr virus -- Cytomegaloviruses -- Varicella-Zoster virus -- Human herpesviruses 6 and 7 -- Kaposi's A. sarcoma-associated herpesvirus -- Poxiviridae -- Poxviruses -- Hepadnaviruses -- Hepatitis D (delta) virus -- Hepatitis E virus -- Mimivirus, other viruses infecting phagocytic protists, and their virophages -- Plants viruses -- Insect viruses -- Viruses and prions of yeasts, fungi, and unicellular eukaryotes -- Bacteriophages -- Prions.
  • Marian R. Stuart, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Family Medicine and Community Health, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, and Joseph A. Lieberman III, MD, MPH, Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA ; forewords by Alfred F. Tallia. MD, MPH, Professor and Chair, Family Medicine and Community Health, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Executive Director, Robert Woods Johnson Partners, LLC, Accountable Care for New Jersey, Rutgers University and the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Health System, and Robert E. Rakel, MD, Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.
  • Fobes, Joseph Henry.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Mahendra Rai, Kateryna Kon.
    Fighting Multidrug Resistance with Herbal Extracts, Essential Oils and their Components offers scientists a single source aimed at fighting specific multidrug-resistant (MDR) microorganisms such as bacteria, protozoans, viruses and fungi using natural products. This essential reference discusses herbal extracts and essential oils used or under investigation to treat MDR infections, as well as those containing antimicrobial activity that could be of potential interest in future studies against MDR microorganisms. The need to combat multidrug-resistant microorganisms is an urgent one and this book provides important coverage of mechanism of action, the advantages and disadvantages of using herbal extracts, essential oils and their components and more to aid researchers in effective antimicrobial drug discovery . Addresses the need to develop safe and effective approaches to coping with resistance to all classes of antimicrobial drugs . Provides readers with current evidence-based content aimed at using herbal extracts and essential oils in antimicrobial drug development . Includes chapters devoted to the activity of herbal products against herpes, AIDS, tuberculosis, drug-resistant cancer cells and more.
  • 2010From: CRCnetBASE
    Ephraim Philip Lansky, Helena Maaria Paavilainen.
    Overview of Ficus genus -- Fruits -- Leaves -- Latex -- Bark, wood, and stems -- Roots (including aerial roots and root bark) -- Fig wasps -- Figs and humans -- Ficus Postscript -- Index.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Jacob P. Thyssen, Howard Maibach.
    Filaggrin proteins are expressed in several human tissues, including the skin, oral mucosa, conjunctivae, esophagus, cervix, and testes. While filaggrin guarantees both structural and functional normality of the human epidermis, its role in other tissues is largely unknown. Epidermal deficiency of filaggrin causes dry and scaly skin, but also strongly increases the risk of skin diseases, in particular ichthyosis vulgaris and atopic dermatitis. Importantly, the risk of related asthma, hay fever, and food allergy is also increased although filaggrin is not expressed in the airways and gastrointestinal tract. Common FLG mutations, leading to reduced filaggrin expression, have mainly been identified in Europeans and Asians, reaching a prevalence of 5-10%. Even in the absence of atopic dermatitis, the skin of individuals with FLG mutations differs fundamentally from normal skin, for example by generating more vitamin D and allowing chemicals and allergens to more widely penetrate across the stratum corneum. This textbook provides comprehensive and detailed coverage of the effects of filaggrin and filaggrin gene (FLG) mutations in health and disease (cutaneous and non-cutaneous) and also discusses the basic science, epidemiology, management, and future research areas. It will be of value to scientists and clinicians from different specialties.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Jens Kuhn.
    Introduction -- History of filoviral diseases outbreaks -- Clinical presentation of filoviral disease -- Filoviral disease pathology -- Geographic distribution of filoviruses : serological surveys -- Ecology of filoviruses : search for reservoirs -- Cultivation of filoviruses -- Molecular characteristics of filoviruses -- Laboratory diagnosis of filoviral disease -- Outbreak containment -- Inactivation of filoviruses and disinfection protocols -- Vaccine development -- Treatment of filoviral disease
  • Palva, Antti.
    1. Basic studies with Finnish speech towards the creation of a method for the diagnosis of central hearing disorders.
  • Pauline W. Chen.
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    A brilliant young transplant surgeon brings moral intensity and narrative drama to the most powerful and vexing questions of medicine and the human condition. When Chen began medical school, she dreamed of saving lives--what she did not count on was how much death would be a part of her work. Almost immediately, Chen found herself wrestling with medicine's most profound paradox, that a profession premised on caring for the ill also systematically depersonalizes dying. Over the course of her education, training, and practice, she grappled at strikingly close range with the problem of mortality, struggling to reconcile the lessons of her training with her innate knowledge of shared humanity, and to separate her ideas about healing from her fierce desire to cure. Her rumination on how doctors negotiate the ineluctable fact of death becomes, in the end, a provocative questioning of how we should live.--From publisher description.
  • Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley.
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    "It's time to get in line" -- Nearing death awareness: introduction and background. Nearing death awareness: an introduction -- Beginnings -- Reactions to death -- Nearing death awareness: what I am experiencing. "Where's the map?" -- Preparing for travel or change: "I'm getting ready to leave" -- Being in the presence of someone not alive: "I'm not alone" -- Seeing a place: "I see where I'm going" -- Knowing when death will occur: "It will be when ..." -- Nearing death awareness: what I need for a peaceful death. "We must go to the park" -- Needing reconciliation: "I need to make peace with ..." -- Being held back: "I'm stuck in between ..." -- Nonverbal communications: "My actions speak for me" -- Symbolic dreams: "I dreamed about ..." -- Choosing a time: "The time is right" -- Nearing death awareness: practical uses.
  • The Work Group for Studying the Effects of the Specific Health Checkups and Specific Health Guidance on Health Care Expenditures ; translation by Akiko S. Hosler.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • edited by Robert J. Ursano, MD, Carol S. Fullerton, PhD, Mark C. Brown, RN.
    "The goal of this Forum on Health and National Security was to address financial stress in the lives of servicemembers and identify knowledge gaps and opportunities for gaining new knowledge that can lead to new and improved intervention programs. Financial stress directly and indirectly affects servicemembers' mental and behavioral health as well as servicemember and family functioning. Understanding financial stress can aid in developing effective programs to mitigate this stress and help servicemembers and families in need. The Forum reviewed the complexity of defining financial stress and the interplay of financial stress in the "web" of life stressors that impact servicemembers and their families. The Forum brought together military and civilian leaders and scientists with expertise in risk and resilience, behavioral health, economics, models of stress behavior, and suicide to address the financial challenges faced by servicemembers and their families. Participants were challenged to develop new perspectives by synthesizing knowledge across diverse disciplines to better understand the complex issues of financial stress and associated life stressors, and risk and resilience factors moderating this stress. The Forum attendees also reviewed critical literature assembled from detailed searches, contributions by attendees as well as case studies and illustrations of the interactions of financial stress with life stressors and events. The Forum succeeded in identifying gaps in our knowledge and research recommendations to better understand financial stress and inform programmatic interventions for military servicemembers and their families."--Preface.
  • Gardner, Alice G.
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  • 2011From: NAP
    Committee on Standards for Systematic Reviews of Comparative Effectiveness Research, Board on Health Care Services, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Jill Eden [and others], editors.
    Standards for initiating a systematic review -- Standards for finding and assessing individual studies -- Standards for synthesizing the body of evidence -- Standards for reporting systematic reviews -- Improving the quality of systematic reviews.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Stanley Finger, Dahlia W. Zaidel, Francois Boller, and Julian Bogousslavsky.
    Part 1. Early artistic contributions to the neurosciences -- part 2. Neuroscientists with artistic talents and artists on the neurosciences -- part 3. Some great artists and their neurological disorders.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Stanley Finger, Dahlia W. Zaidel, François Boller, and Julien Bogousslavsky.
    Ch. 1. Split-brain, the right hemisphere, and art: fact and fiction -- Ch. 2. Visual artistic creativity and the brain -- Ch. 3. Artistic creativity, artistic production, and aging -- Ch. 4. Focal cerebral lesions and painting abilities -- Ch. 5. Artistic creativity and dementia -- Ch. 6. Deceiving the brain, pictures and visual perception -- Ch. 7. Experience of art, insights from neuroimaging -- Ch. 8. On the electrophysiology of anesthetic processing -- Ch. 9. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, exploring neuroscience, nature, and nurture in the novel and the films -- Ch. 10. Perception of emotion in abstract artworks, a multidisciplinary approach -- Ch. 11. Art and brain, the relationship of biology and evolution to art -- Index.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Gabrijela Kocjan.
    Introduction and historical perspective -- FNAC technique and slide preparation -- Diagnostic interpretation of FNAC material -- Diagnostic dilemmas in FNAC practice: cystic lesions -- Diagnostic dilemmas in FNAC practice: lymphoid infiltrates -- Diagnostic dilemmas in FNAC practice: metastatic tumours -- Diagnostic dilemmas in FNAC cytology: small round cell tumours -- Diagnostic dilemmas in FNAC cytology: soft-tissue lesions -- Diagnostic dilemmas in FNAC cytology: difficult breast lesions -- Principles of safe practice: the role of FNAC in clinical management -- Principles of safe FNAC practice: FNAC versus core biopsy -- Principles of safe FNAC practice: medicolegal issues.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Gary Tse, Puay Hoon Tan, Fernando Schmitt, authors.
    This book provides a detailed update on all aspects of fine-needle aspiration cytology of breast lesions. It will serve readers as an up-to-date reference and atlas on both new entities in breast pathology, including borderline lesions such as flat epithelial atypia, and the classic benign and malignant lesions. Throughout, emphasis is placed on the characteristic diagnostic features as well as the common pitfalls faced by cytologists. As cytologic features can be highly variable, corresponding cytology and histology images are displayed together, enabling readers to gain a good understanding of the morphologic features of various lesions. Core-needle biopsy and fine-needle aspiration cytology are compared in depth, with attention to their relative strengths and weaknesses and indications. In addition, the impact of molecular classification of breast cancers on cytologic diagnosis is explored, and the use of molecular techniques in diagnostic cytology is discussed.
  • 2009From: Karger
    Måns Åkerman, Henryk A. Domanski, Kjell Jonsson.
    Epidemiology of bone tumours -- Radiological investigation of bone tumours -- Morphological diagnosis of bone tumours -- Cytology of normal constituents in bone aspirates and of reactive changes -- Cytological features of bone tumours in FNA smears I : osteogenic tumours -- Cytological features of bone tumours in FNA smears II : cartilaginous tumours -- Cytological features of bone tumours in FNA smears III : Ewing family tumours -- Cytological features of bone tumours in FNA smears IV : notochordal tumours -- Cytological features of bone tumours in FNA smears V : giant-cell lesions -- Rare targets for FNAC and diagnostic problems with benign tumours/lesions with variable numbers of osteoclast-like giant cells -- Lymphohaematopoetic and histiocytic tumours -- Inflammatory lesions -- Bone metastases -- Fine needle aspiration as the first diagnostic modality for spinal and sacral lesions.
  • 2009From: Springer
    G. Gherardi ; forewords by David B. Kaminsky, Sergio Fiaccavento.
  • 2006From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Aleksandar M. Spasic, Jyh-Ping Hsu.
  • door Tijs Huisman, geboren te Terneuzen in 1964.
    Pt. 1. The Leiden Theatrum Anatomicum -- I. The Construction of the Leiden anatomical theatre -- II. Petrus Paaw: his Practice of Anatomy -- Ill. Reconstructing the contents of anatomy: Paaw 's intellectual background -- IV. The Succession of Petrus Paaw -- V. The Dawn of a New Era? Otho Heurnius -- VI. Otho Heurnius: his Vision of History, Philosophy and Collecting -- VII. The New Anatomy: Joannes van Horne -- VIII. Carolus Drelincourt -- IX Govard Bidloo -- X. The Anatomy servant -- Pt. 2. The Collegium Medico Practicum at the Caecilia Hospital -- I. Caecilia Hospital -- II. Clinical Teaching -- Ill. The Collegium in practice: teaching methods and grumbling students -- IV. Sylvius -- V. The Collegium in the final decades of the 17th century -- Pt. 3 (Coda). An Uneasy symbiosis; the Leiden surgeons and the university -- I. The Leiden Surgeons' Guild, the University and Anatomy Surgeons and Anatomy Leiden -- II. A New room for the surgeons, Jacob Remmers [cadaver] -- [pt. 4]. Synthesis and Conclusions -- 1589-1617 Petrus Paaw -- 1618-1650 Otho Heurnius -- 1651-1669 Johannes van Horne -- 1670-1713 Charles Drelincourt, Antonius Nuck and Govard Bidloo -- 1650-1720 The Rise of the anatomy servant -- 1636 The Collegium Medico Practicum -- Anatomy and the surgeons' guild -- Conclusion -- Appendix I: Inventory of the Collegium Medico Practicum.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Leo M. Rozmaryn, editor.
    Anatomy and Physiology of the Fingertip -- Closed Injuries: Bone, Ligament and Tendon -- Injuries to the Nail Apparatus -- High Pressure Injection Injuries -- Fingertip Amputations: Supermicrosurgery and Replantation -- Fingertip Amputations: Coverage ? Local and Regional Flaps -- Reconstruction of the Thumb Tip -- Free Tissue Transfer for Fingertip Coverage -- Fingertip Burns -- Pediatric Fingertip Injuries -- Rehabilitation of the Fingertip.
  • United States Office of Civilian Defense.
    No. 1. Fire defense organization.
  • edited by Charles R. Figley, Peter Huggard, Charlotte E. Rees.

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