• [editor-in-chief] David Valle ; [editors] Arthur L. Beaudet, Bert Vogelstein, Kenneth W. Kinzler, Stylianos E. Antonarakis, Andrea Ballabio, K. Michael Gibson, Grant Mitchell.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • edited by Hans Steiner.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Irving Yalom. --- Opening remarks -- Richard Shaw. --- Running from the garden with the hibiscus hedge -- Randall Weingarten. --- A Simple monk --- Word for a chairman leaving office --- Transference --- Memoir in eight lines -- James Lock. --- Stories for doctors -- Audrey Shafer. --- Operating room suite --- A Foot -- Mark Cullen. --- Excerpt from Thurwood summer, Thurwood fall -- Hans Steiner. --- Holding a life in your head -- List of Pegasus publications from 2010 & 2011.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Linda B. Mongero, James R. Beck.
  • [edited by] Randolph S. Marshall, Stephan A. Mayer.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • [by] Margaret S. Mahler in collaboration with Manuel Furer.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. Infantile psychosis.
  • Sabine Arnaud.
    Introduction -- Names and uses of a diagnosis -- The establishment of hysteria as a medical category -- An intermingling of terms -- First occurrences of the term "hysteria" -- Vaporous affection and social class -- Encounters between medical and religious spheres -- In search of metaphors: figuring what cannot be defined -- A catalog of images: Proteus, the chameleon, and the hydra -- Repeated quotations, divergent readings -- The writing of a pathology and practices of dissemination -- Dialogue -- Autobiography -- Fictional correspondence -- The epistolary consultation -- Anecdotes -- Code, truth, or ruse? the vapors in the republic of letters -- Well-timed fits -- The practice of vapors -- The force of the imagination -- Relating fits and creating enigmas: the role of narrative -- Bodies awaiting exegesis -- The rise of medical narrative -- In the shadow of a gothic tale -- Traps and countertraps -- The construction of secrets -- Adopting roles and redefining medicine -- To mystify or to demystify? establishing the role of the therapist -- Magnetism, parodies, and mystification: the art of framing a therapeutic practice -- Strategies of legitimation and definitions of the patient to come -- Investing in women -- Conclusion.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • 2011From: Karger
    volume editors, Claudio Ronco, G. Krick.
    Historical milestones of a long pathway / Roy, T. -- Polysulfone : the development of a membrane for convective therapies / Heilmann, K., Keller, T. -- The machine and the therapy concept / Greenwood, R.N. -- Backfiltration : past, present and future / Rangel, A.V. ... [et al.] -- Producing on-line ultrapure dialysis fluid / von Albertini, B. -- Membrane requirements for high-flux and convective therapies / Bowry, S.K. -- Regulatory challenges of on-line hemodiafiltration / Pirovano, D. -- Facing regulatory challenges of on-line hemodiafiltration / Kümmerle, W. -- The membrane permeability outcome study / Locatelli, F. ... [et al.] -- The early years of on-line HDF : How did it all start? How did we get here? / Canaud, B. -- Evolution of the concept of biocompatibility and the cardioprotective effect of on-line hemodiafiltration / Ramírez, R., Martín-Malo, A., Aljama, P. -- On-line hemodiafiltration in the large RISCAVID study / Panichi, V., Tetta, C. -- Overcoming the limitations of post-dilution on-line hemodiafiltration : mixed dilution hemodiafiltration / Pedrini, L.A., Wiesen, G. -- Fifteen years of experience with on-line hemodiafiltration / Maduell, F. -- Adopting on-line hemodiafiltration as standard therapy in EMEA nephrocare centers / Stopper, A. ... [et al.] -- Utilization of hemodiafiltration as treatment modality in renal replacement therapy for end-stage renal disease patients : a global perspective / Sichart, J.-M., Moeller, S. -- Seeking an optimal renal replacement therapy for the chronic kidney disease epidemic : the case for on-line hemodiafiltration / Gatti, E., Ronco, C.
  • by Victor M. Panaretos
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • 2011From: ProQuest Ebook Central
    Beverley M. Clarke.
    The first book to address issues of suffering as separate from pain that require psychologically and culturally sensitive interventions
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • Ellyssa Kroski.
  • [by] Galen; tr. by Arthur John Brock.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Robert B. Taylor.
    The Profession and Professionalism -- Being a Physician -- The Art and Science of Doctoring -- Health, Disease, Illness, and Death -- Disease Detection and Diagnosis -- Therapy and Healing -- Learning and Teaching Medicine -- Medical Experience, Knowledge, and Wisdom -- Errors, Uncertainty, and Ethical Issues -- Current Issues and Future Practice.
  • by Hippocrates, written 400 B.C.E.; tr. by Francis Adams.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Teresa K. Woodruff, Marla L. Clayman, Kate E. Waimey, editors.
    Oncofertility integrates the two previously distinct fields of cancer treatment and fertility research and aims to explore and expand the reproductive future of cancer survivors. In order to achieve the goal of fertility preservation, the Oncofertility community must focus on communication and the way data is provided and received. Concomitant with the rapidly changing technology of Oncofertility, there have been radical shifts and advances in the way health educators and clinicians can produce and share information. As success rates of reproductive techniques such as egg freezing and banking continue to rise, providing increasing opportunities for young cancer patients to preserve their fertility prior to the onset of cancer treatments, communication among professionals in oncology, reproductive medicine, and psychosocial work, among others, becomes crucial, and clinical demand for Oncofertility information is expected to rise considerably. Oncofertility Communication describes and addresses the myriad channels through which the multiple audiences involved in Oncofertility can be served with appropriate and accurate information about cancer-related fertility issues. The text answers frequently asked questions and provides invaluable insights to scientific and health care professionals about communication among the diverse Oncofertility audiences. It incorporates timely discussions about traditional and emerging electronic communication tools and discusses the impact of health care policy changes on the Oncofertility field.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Teresa K. Woodruff, Laurie Zoloth, Lisa Campo-Engelstein, Sarah Rodriguez, editors.
    Part I. The Science and Technology of Oncofertility -- Reproductive health after cancer -- Designing follicle-environment interactions with biomaterials -- Gamete preservation -- To transplant or not to transplant: that is the question -- Clinical cases in oncofertility -- Cancer genetics: risks and mechanisms of cancer in women with inherited susceptibility to epithelial ovarian cancer -- Protecting and extending fertility for females of wild and endangered mammals -- -- Part II. Historical and Legal Perspectives -- Placing the history of oncofertility -- Medical hope, legal pitfalls: potential legal issues in the emerging field of oncofertility -- Domestic and international surrogacy laws: implications for cancer survivors -- -- Part III. Clinical and Theoretical Ethics -- Adoption after cancer: adoption agency attitudes and perspectives on the potential to parent post-cancer -- Ovarian tissue cryopreservation and bioethical discourse -- Lessons of oncofertility for assisted reproduction -- Morally justifying oncofertility research -- Ethical dilemmas in oncofertility: an exploration of three clinical scenarios -- Participation in investigational fertility preservation research: a feminist research ethics approach -- Reproductive "choice" and egg freezing -- Impact of infertility: why ART should be a higher priority for women in the global south -- Oncofertility and informed consent: addressing beliefs, values, and future decision making -- -- Part IV. Religious Perspectives -- Bioethics and oncofertility: arguments and insights from religious traditions -- Sacred bodies: considering resistance to oncofertility in Muslim communities -- Unlikely motherhood in the Qur'an: oncofertility as devotion -- Technology and wholeness: oncofertility and Catholic tradition -- Jewish perspectives on oncofertility: the complexities of tradition -- -- Part V. Ramifications for Education and Economics -- Oncofertility Saturday academy: a paradigm to expand the educational opportunities and ambitions of high school girls -- a web-based patient education resource supporting decision making under severe emotional and cognitive overload -- Anticipating ovarian tissue cryopreservation in the health-care marketplace: a willingness to pay assessment -- Perspectives on oncofertility from demography and economics -- For the sake of consistency and fairness: why insurance companies should cover fertility preservation treatment for iatrogenic infertility -- -- Part VI. Repercussions of Oncofertility for Patients and Their Families -- Health provider perspectives on fertility preservation for cancer patients -- Counseling and consenting women with cancer on their oncofertility options: a clinical perspective -- Fertility-related treatment choices of cancer patients: cancer-related infertility and family dynamics -- Whose future is it?: ethical family decision making about daughters' treatment in the oncofertility context -- -- Part VII. Healthcare Provider Stories and Final Thoughts -- Choosing life when facing death: understanding fertility preservation decision-making for cancer patients -- Discussing fertility preservation with breast cancer patients -- Warning: Google can be hazardous to your health: fertility preservation is an important part of cancer care -- Role of a patient navigator in fertility preservation -- Judaism and reproductive technology -- Reading between the lines of cancer and fertility: a provider's story -- Rewarding experience for a pediatric urologist -- Final thoughts.
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Teresa K. Woodruff, Karrie Ann Snyder.
    Part I. Introduction -- The emergence of a new discipline: oncofertility / Teresa K. Woodruff -- Part II. Fertility risk and treatment options -- Fertility management for women with cancer / Sanjay K. Agarwal and R. Jeffrey Chang -- Fertility preservation in adult male cancer patients / Robert E. Brannigan -- Managing fertility in childhood cancer patients / Kimberley J. Dilley -- Fertility risk in pediatric and adolescent cancers / Clarisa R. Gracia and Jill P. Ginsberg -- Part III. Oncofertility techniques and research -- Bioengieneering and the ovarian follicle / Min Xu, Teresa K. Woodruff, and Lonnie D. Shea -- The science of cryobiology / Steven F. Muller and John K. Critser -- Ovarian tissue cryopreservation and transplantation: banking reproductive potential for the future / David Lee -- Progress, history and promise of ovarian cryopreservation and transplantation for pediatric cancer patients / Yasmin Gosiengfiao -- Part IV. Health care decision-making -- Oncofertility and the social sciences / Karrie Ann Snyder -- Shared decision making: fertility and pediatric cancers / Marla L. Clayman, Kathleen M. Galvin, and Paul Arnston -- Part V. Ethical and psychosocial impact of cancer-related infertility -- Today's research, tomorrows cures: the ethical implications of oncofertility / Leilah E. Backhus and Laurie Zoloth -- The psychosocial context of cancer-related infertility / Matthew J. Loscalzo and Karen L. Clark -- Childhood cancer: fertility and psychosocial implications / Karen E. Kinahan, Aarati Didwania, and Carrie L. Nieman -- Fertility preservation and adolescent cancer patients: lessons from adult survivors of childhood cancer and their parents / Carrie L. Nieman ... [et al.] -- Part VI. Training in a new medical discipline and medical guidelines -- Oncofertility: a new medical discipline and the emerging scholar / Laxmi A. Kondapalli -- Oncofertility Consortium consensus statement: guidelines for ovarian tissue cryopreservation / Leilah E. Backhus ... [et al.] -- Part VII. Patient stories and oncofertility -- Personal accounts of cancer and infertility / provided by Fertile Hope.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 1995From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Peter K. Vogt, Inder M. Verma.
    Also available: Print – 1995
  • 2008From: Springer
    volume editor, Guido Kroemer ... [et al.].
  • 2005From: Springer
    edited by William J. LaRochelle, Richard A. Shimkets.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2008From: Springer
    Wolfgang Mohnike, Gustav Hör, Heinrich R. Schelbert (eds.) ; with contributions by Thomas Beyer, Konrad Mohnike, Stefan Käpplinger.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Carlo Mariotti, editor ; forewords by Giorgio De Toma, Umberto Veronesi.
    This book presents the most recent developments in oncologic breast surgery and takes full account of diagnostic, pathologic, and radiologic inputs. It is divided into three parts, the first of which discusses the premises underlying the modern surgical approach to breast cancer. The second part is devoted to what might be termed the conservative program, i.e., breast conservation and oncoplastic surgery, conservative mastectomy, and sentinel node biopsy and axillary dissection. The final part of the book covers different forms of surgery and other treatments in particular settings. Topics include plastic and reconstructive surgery, DCIS surgery, radio-guided surgery, adjuvant systemic therapy, intraoperative radiotherapy, and the role of surgery in locally advanced and metastatic disease. The detailed descriptions of techniques are accompanied by numerous high-quality illustrations. This book will be of value to both experienced practitioners and surgical trainees. .
  • 2016From: Springer
    Ellen F. Manzullo, Carmen Esther Gonzalez, Carmen P. Escalante, Sai-Ching J. Yeung, editors.
    Neurologic Emergencies -- Metabolic and Endocrine Oncologic Emergencies -- Cardiac Emergencies in Cancer Patients -- Pulmonary and Airway Emergencies -- Gastrointestinal Emergencies in the Oncology Patient -- Nephro-urologic Emergencies in Patients with Cancer -- Rheumatologic/Orthopedic Emergencies -- Cancer Care Ethics in the Emergency Center -- Emergencies in Infectious Diseases -- Hematologic Emergencies -- Chemotherapy-Related Emergencies -- Palliative Care in the Emergency Center -- Psychiatric Emergencies -- Pediatrics -- Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies in Cancer Patients -- Dermatologic Emergencies -- Ophthalmologic Emergencies.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Knox H. Todd, Charles R. Thomas, Jr., editors ; associate editors: Steven L. Bernstein, Tammie E. Quest. Sai-Ching Jim Yeung.
    Models of Care for Cancer Emergencies -- Quality Measures for Oncologic Emergency Medicine -- Ethics of Emergency Department Cancer Care -- Patient Navigation -- The Interface of Emergency Department, Oncology, and Palliative Social Work: Psychosocial Interventions in Oncologic Emergencies -- Rapid Learning Systems -- Tobacco-Related Illnesses and Management -- Ionizing Radiation -- Cervical Cancer Prevention -- Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism: The Oncological Emergency Response -- Emergent Management of Acute Airway Obstruction from Malignant Disease -- Oncologic Emergencies of the Central Nervous System (CNS) -- Malignant Spinal Cord Compression -- Head and Neck Oncologic Emergencies -- Cardiovascular Emergencies -- Pulmonary Complications in Cancer Patients -- Venous Thromboembolism -- Superior Vena Cava Syndrome (SVCS) -- Neutropenic Fever -- Bleeding and Thrombosis in Cancer Patients -- Endocrine and Metabolic Emergencies -- Pituitary Apoplexy -- Nephro-Urologic Emergencies in Patients with Cancer -- Oncologic Emergencies: Gastroenterology -- The Acute Abdomen -- Colorectal Cancer Prevention and Emergency Management -- Diarrhea in Cancer Patients -- Constipation in Cancer Patients -- Dermatologic Emergencies in Oncologic Patients -- Gynecologic Oncology Emergencies -- Ophthalmic Emergencies in Cancer Patients -- Psychiatry and Oncologic Emergencies -- Chemotherapy-Induced Toxicities -- Treatment Toxicity: Radiation -- Emergency Radiology -- Pain Management -- Substance Abuse Issues in Oncology: What the ED Professional Needs to Know -- Dyspnea in the Dying Patient -- Palliative Surgery -- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Cancer Patient -- Emergency Department Use at End of Life Among Cancer Patients -- Capacity Building: Integration of Palliative Care in Emergency Medicine.
  • 2012From: ScienceDirect
    2012From: ClinicalKey
    Paul M. Silverman, editor-in-chief.
    Here's the multidisciplinary guidance you need for optimal imaging of malignancies. Radiologists, surgeons, medical oncologists, and radiation oncologists offer state-of-the-art guidelines for diagnosis, staging, and surveillance, equipping all members of the cancer team to make the best possible use of today's noninvasive diagnostic tools. Consult with the best. Dr. Paul M. Silverman and more than 100 other experts from MD Anderson Cancer Center provide you with today's most dependable answers on every aspect of the diagnosis, treatment, and management of the cancer patient. Recognize the characteristic presentation of each cancer via current imaging modalities and understand the clinical implications of your findings. Effectively use traditional imaging modalities such as Multidetector CT (MDCT), PET/CT, and MR in conjunction with the latest advances in molecular oncology and targeted therapies. Find information quickly and easily thanks to a consistent, highly templated format complete with "Key Point" summaries, algorithms, drawings, and full-color staging diagrams. Make confident decisions with guidance from comprehensive algorithms for better staging and imaging evaluation. Access the fully searchable text online, along with high-quality downloadable images for use in teaching and lecturing and online-only algorithms, at .
  • 2016From: Springer
    edited by Juliano Cerci, Stefano Fanti, Dominique Delbeke.
    PART I. Biopsy guided PET/CT: Principle of biopsy guided imaging -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy: methods -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy: type of acess -- PART II. FDG PET/CT in lymphoma: Need of biopsy in lymphoma -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy in lymphoma: results -- PART III. FDG PET/CT in pancreatic lesions:Need of biopsy in pancreatic lesions -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy in pancreatic lesions: results -- PART IV. FDG PEM in breast lessions: Need of biopsy in breast lesions -- FDG PEM to guide biopsy in breast lesions: results -- PART V. PET/CT and CNS malignancies: Need of biopsy in CNS malignancies -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy in CNS: results -- PART VI. PET/CT and prostate cancer -- Choline PET/CT to guide biopsy in prostate cancer diagnosis -- PART VII. FLT PET/CT in cancer diagnosis: FLT PET/CT in cancer diagnosis: results.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by Alfred E. Chang ... [et al.].
    Sect. 1. Principles of oncology. Evidence-based approach to oncology -- Principles of chemotherapy -- Principles of radiation oncology -- Principles of surgical therapy in oncology -- Principles of targeted and biological therapies -- Biologic principles of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation -- Evaluation of tumor markers: an evidence-based guide for determination of clinical utility -- Design and analysis of oncology clinical trials -- Ethics of clinical oncology research -- Informatics infrastructure for evidence-based cancer medicine -- Economics of cancer care -- Principles of screening for cancer -- Patient decision making -- Establishing an interdisciplinary oncology team -- Principles of complementary and alternative medicine for cancer -- Sect. 2. Translational basic science. Fundamental aspects of the cell cycle and signal transduction -- Viral carcinogenesis -- Environmental carcinogenesis -- Cancer metastasis -- Tumor immunology and immunotherapy -- Technologies in molecular biology: diagnostic applications -- Sect. 3. Cancer prevention and control. Cancer epidemiology -- Evidence-based cancer prevention research: a multidisciplinary perspective on cancer prevention trials -- Screening -- Genetic screening and counseling for high-risk populations -- Behavior modification -- Sect. 4. Cancer imaging. Central nervous system imaging -- Breast imaging -- Imaging of throacic malignancies -- Imaging of gastrointestinal stromal tumor -- Genitourinary imaging -- Musculoskeletal imaging -- Positron emission tomography and cancer -- Sect. 5. Solid tumors. Central nervous system tumors -- Eye, orbit, and adnexal structures -- Head and neck cancer -- Lung cancer -- Therapy for malignant pleural mesothelioma -- Mediastinum -- Esophageal cancer -- Stomach -- Colon, rectal, and anal cancer management -- Adenocarcinoma and other small intestinal malignancies -- Cancer of the lung and bile ducts -- An evidence-based approach to the management of pancreatic cancer -- Renal cell cancer -- Ureter, bladder, penis, and urethra -- Prostate cancer -- Testis cancer -- Cervix, vulva, and vagina -- Gastational trophoblastic neoplasms -- Ovarian cancer -- Uterine malignancies -- Evidence-based management of breast cancer -- Thyroid and Parathyroid -- Tumors of the endocrine system -- Sarcomas of bone -- Soft tissue sarcoma -- Cutaneous melanoma -- Nonmelanoma cutaneous malignancies -- Cancer of unknown primary site -- Solid tumors of childhood -- Sect. 6. Hematologic malignancies. Acute myeloid leukemia and the myelodysplastic syndromes -- Acute lymphoblastic leukemia -- Chronic lymphocytic leukemia and related chronic leukemias -- Chronic myeloid leukemia -- An evidence-based approach to the management of Hodgkin's lymphoma -- The non-Hodgkin's lymphomas -- Multiple myeloma -- Sect. 7. Practice of oncology. Superior vena cava syndrome -- Central nervous system emergencies -- Metabolic emergencies in oncology -- Surgical emergencies -- Oral complications of cancer therapy -- Alopecia and cutaneous complications of chemotherapy -- Infectious complications of cancer therapy -- Acute toxicities of therapy: pulmonary complications -- Cardiac complications -- Neurologic complications of therapy -- Acute toxicities of therapy: urologic complications -- Issues in vascular access with special emphasis on the cancer patient -- Management of cancer pain -- Nausea and vomiting in the cancer patient -- Nutritional support for the cancer patient -- Paraneoplastic syndromes -- Malignant effusions -- Evidence-based use of hematopoietic growth factors for optimal supportive care of patients with cancer -- Management of the bone marrow transplant patient -- Management of anxiety and depression in adult cancer patients: toward an evidence-based approach -- Reproductive complications and sexual dysfunction in the cancer patient -- Metastatic cancer to the central nervous system -- Metastatic cancer in lung -- Surgical and regional therapy for liver metastases -- Metastatic cancer to bone -- Cancer in the immunosuppressed patient -- Cancer in the older population -- Chemotherapy in patients with organ dysfunction -- Management of the pregnant cancer patient -- Sect. 8. Cancer survivorship. Survivorship research: past, present, and future -- Late effects of cancer treatments -- Medical and psychosocial issues in childhood cancer survivors -- Medical and psychosocial issues in Hodgkin's disease survivors -- Medical and psychosocial issues in testicular cancer survivors -- Medical and psychosocial issues in testicular cancer survivors -- Medical and psychosocial issues in gynecologic cancer survivors -- Medical, psychosocial, and health-related quality of life issues in breast cancer survivors -- Medical and psychosocial issues in prostate cancer survivors -- Physical and psychosocial issues in lung cancer survivors -- Cancer survivorship issues in colorectal cancer -- Medical and psychosocial issues in transplant survivors -- Second malignancies after radiation treatment and chemotherapy for primary cancers -- Psychosocial rehabilitation in cancer care -- Cancer advocacy.
  • 2008From: Ovid
    book editor, Timothy A. Damron.
    Section I: Evaluation and management of musculoskeletal oncology problems -- Evaluation of bone tumors / Timothy A. Damron -- Evaluation of soft tissue tumors / Carol D. Morris -- Biopsy of musculoskeletal tumors / Edward A. Athanasian -- Treatment principles -- Surgical margins / Robert Quinn -- Benign tumors of bone / Cynthia M. Kelly -- Malignant bone lesions / Francis R. Patterson, Timoth A. Damron, and Carol D. Morris -- Soft tissue tumors / John Heiner and Jeremy White -- Pathologic fractures / Timothy A. Damron -- Section II: Specific bone neoplasms and simulators -- Benign bone tumors -- Bone lesions / Felasfa M. Wodajo -- Cartilage lesions / Felasfa M. Wodajo -- Cystic lesions / Sung Wook Seo, Young Lae Moon, and Francis Young-In Lee -- Myogenic, lipogenic, and neural tumors / Sean V. McGarry and C. Parker Gibbs -- Fibrous lesions of bone / Sung Wook Seo, Young Lae Moon, and Francis Young-In Lee -- Giant cell tumor of bone / Sean V. McGarry and C. Parker Gibbs -- Vascular lesions / Sean V. McGarry and C. Parker Gibbs -- Other tumors of undefined neoplastic nature / Sean V. McGarry and C. Parker Gibbs -- Bone sarcomas -- Osteosarcoma / Francis R. Patterson -- Ewing sarcoma and primitive neuroectodermal tumor of bone / Bruce Rougraff -- Chondrosarcoma / R. Lor Randall and Kenneth J. Hunt -- Fibrous, fibrohistiocytic, and giant cell tumor malignancies / Hannah D. Morgan -- Notochordal tumors / Hannah D. Morgan -- Vascular sarcomas of bone / Hannah D. Morgan -- Myogenic, lipogenic, and epithelial bone sarcomas / Hannah D. Morgan -- Congenital and inherited bone conditions -- Familial adenomatous polyposis / Kathryn Palomino -- Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome / Danielle A. Katz -- Skeletal dysplasias / Danielle A. Katz -- Retinoblastoma syndrome / Timothy A. Damron -- Rothmund-Thomson syndrome / Kathryn Palomino -- Werner syndrome / Kathryn Palomino -- Metastatic disease / Timothy A. Damron -- Hematologic malignancies / Valerae O. Lewis -- Metabolic bone diseases / Susan V. Bukata -- Section III: Specific soft tissue neoplasms and simulators -- Benign soft tissue tumors / Timothy A. Damron and Gustavo de la Roza -- Soft tissue sarcomas / Carol D. Morris -- Section IV: Basic science -- Cellular and molecular biology / Matthew J. Allen -- Growth and development of the musculoskeletal system / Donald E. Sweet and Thomas V. Smallman -- Genetic basis of musculoskeletal disorders / Sathappan S. Sathappan, Kirill Ilalov, and Paul E. Di Cesare -- Biomechanics / Frederick W. Werner and Joseph A. Spadaro -- Biomaterials / Joseph A. Spadaro, Michael T. Clarke, and Julie M. Hasenwinkel -- Principles of orthopaedic pharmacology / Carol D. Morris -- Bone form, function, injury, regeneration, and repair / Alexia Hernandez-Soria and Mathias Bostrom -- Articular cartilage structure, composition, and repair / Peter J. Roughley and Thomas V. Smallman -- Diarthrodial joints / Thomas V. Smallman, Kris Shekitka, and Donald Flemming -- Meniscal structure, function, repair, and replacement / Mark C. Drakos and Answorth A. Allen -- Intervertebral disk structure, composition, and mechanical function / Samuel A. Joseph, Jr., and Patrick Boland -- Tendon and ligament anatomy, biology, and biomechanics / Brian J. Harley and Joseph W. Bergman -- Peripheral nerve physiology, anatomy, and pathology / Shikha Sethi ... [et al.] -- Skeletal muscle anatomy, physiology, and mechanics / Bryan T. Kelly and William J. Robertson -- Infectious disorders of bone and joint / Thomas V. Smallman ... [et al.] -- Bacterial infection -- Granulomatous infection -- Infection associated with neuropathy -- Viral disorders -- Neoplasia / Matthew J. Allen.
  • 2015From: Ovid
    Barton-Burke, Margaret; Ingwersen, Karen; Wilkes, Gail M.
    Also available: Print – 2007.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Jörg-Christian Tonn, Manfred Westphal, James T. Rutka (eds).
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    Stuart H. Orkin [and others].
    To address the growing complexities of childhood cancer, this book has now been separated into two distinct volumes. With this volume devoted strictly to pediatric oncology, and another to pediatric hematology, you will be on the cutting edge of these two fields. This exciting new, full-color reference provides you with the most comprehensive, authoritative, up-to-date information for diagnosing and treating children with cancer. It brings together the pathophysiology of disease with detailed clinical guidance on diagnosis and management for the full range of childhood cancers, including aspects important in optimal supportive care. Written by the leading names in pediatric oncology, this resource is an essential tool for all who care for pediatric cancer patients.
  • 2012From: Springer Protocols
    edited by David H. Kirn, Ta-Chiang Liu, Steve H. Thorne.
    Oncolytic herpes simplex virus engineering and preparation -- Construction of capsid-modified adenoviruses by recombination in yeast and purification by iodixanol-gradient -- Construction of targeted and armed oncolytic adenoviruses -- Syrian hamster tumor model to study oncolytic Ad5-based vectors -- Adenoviral gene expression and replication in human tumor explant models -- Imaging luciferase-expressing viruses -- In vivo positron emission tomography imaging using the sodium iodide symporter as a reporter gene -- Maintaining and loading neural stem cells for delivery of oncolytic adenovirus to brain tumors -- Targeting brain tumor stem cells with oncolytic adenoviruses -- Propagation, purification, and in vivo testing of oncolytic vesicular stomatitis virus strains -- Oncolytic measles virus retargeting by ligand display -- Exploring host factors that impact reovirus replication, dissemination, and reovirus-induced cell death in cancer versus normal cells in culture -- Analysis of three properties of Newcastle disease virus for fighting cancer: Tumor-selective replication, antitumor cytotoxicity, and immunostimulation -- Next-generation oncolytic vaccinia vectors -- Evaluation of innate immune signaling pathways in transformed cells.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Kenar D. Jhaveri, Abdulla K. Salahudeen, editors.
    Introduction: Onconephrology: Caring for the cancer patient with kidney disease -- Ch. 1: Acute Kidney Injury in Cancer Patients -- Ch. 2: Chronic Kidney Disease In Cancer Patients -- Ch. 3: Glomerular Diseases seen with Solid Tumors and Hematological Malignancies -- Ch. 4: Nephrotoxicity of Chemotherapy Agents -- Ch. 5: Biological Cancer Therapies and the Kidney -- Ch. 6: Rational Dosing of Chemotherapy in Patients with Kidney Failure -- Ch. 7: Electrolyte Disorders in Cancer Patients -- Ch. 8: Tumor Lysis Syndrome -- Ch. 9: Surgical and Medical Options in the Management of Renal Cell Carcinoma -- Ch. 10: Renal Cell Carcinoma and Chronic Kidney Disease -- Ch. 11: Renal Disease Following Hematopoetic Stem Cell Transplantation -- Ch. 12: Radiation Nephropathy -- Ch. 13: Dysproteinemias and kidney disease -- Ch. 14: The Amyloidoses -- Ch. 15: Obstructive Renal disease in cancer patients -- Ch. 16: Cancer in the Kidney Transplant Recipient -- Ch. 17: Cancer, Palliative Care and Acute Kidney Injury- The Hard Decisions of Offering or Not Offering Dialysis.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Cicero Urban, Mario Rietjens, editors ; foreword by Umberto Veronesi and Jean-Yves Petit.
    Part I. Basic principles for oncoplastic and reconstructive breast surgery -- Part II. Partial breast reconstruction -- Part III. Breast reconstruction after mastectomy -- Part IV. Managment of complications -- Part V. Refinements after breast reconstruction -- Part VI. Breast reconstruction in special populations -- Part VII. Other special considerations -- Index.
  • 2009From: Springer
    A. Fitoussi, M.G. Berry, B. Couturaud, R.J. Salmon.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Florian Fitzal, Peter Schrenk, editors.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Florian Fitzal, Peter Schrenk (eds.).
    1. General Surgery -- Surgical Anatomy / Elisabeth Würinger -- Breast Cancer Surgery: Standard Principles / Florian Fitzal -- Oncoplastic Breast Surgery / Peter Schrenk -- 2. Oncoplastic Surgery (OPS) -- OPS and Breast Conserving Surgery (BSC) / Peter Schrenk, Elizabeth J. Hall-Findlay, Florian Fitzal, Andrea Grisotti and Donato Casella, et al. -- OPS and Mastectomy / Grant W. Carlson, Francesca De Lorenzi, Mario Rietjens, Andrea Manconi and Daniela Hoch, et al. -- Special Considerations / Florian Fitzal, Rupert Koller, Stefan Gärner, Elisabeth Grafinger-Witt and Mario Rietjens, et al.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Maurice Y. Nahabedian.
    Well-recognized, international authorities in breast and plastic surgery contribute their expert advice and guidance on aesthetic closure of the breast. They discuss all key areas from indication and selection of patients, to the techniques and allied issues related to breast tumor surgery, including oncoplastic reduction, mammaplasty, mastectomy with nipple areolar preservation, perfator flaps, effects of radiation therapy, as well as complications and controversies. The DVD of narrated video clips of techniques visually demonstrates procedures described within the book.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Andras Szasz, Nora Szasz, Oliver Szasz.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Marta I. Litter [and six others].
    Section 1. Arsenic in environmental matrices (air, water, soil and biological matrices) -- section 2. Arsenic in food -- section 3. Arsenic and health -- section 4. Arsenic remediation and removal technologies -- section 5. Mitigation management and policy.
  • 2006From: HighWire
    edited by Maria G. Crespo-Leiro, Sharon A. Hunt.
  • 2013From: Springer
    edited by John S. Mackenzie, Martyn Jeggo, Peter Daszak, Juergen A. Richt.
    The second volume on One Health explains in detail how to implement three key aspects of the One Health paradigm food safety and security, national plans for a holistic one health approach, and relevant new technologies and approaches. The fourteen chapters, each by an internationally recognized authority, are organized into three sections of four or five chapters each, that break new ground in clarifying precisely how One Health can become an operational reality in local, national and international public health initiatives. Section three begins with an international overview on food safety and security. The importance of a One Heath approach is then explained in relation to four specific problems?the growing prevalence of antibiotic resistance, bovine spongiform encephalopathy and pathogenic E.coli. Section four begins with the role of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) in promoting One Health. The formulation and implementation of national plans for implementing the One Health paradigm are then set out for Africa, the Western Pacific, Southeast Asia and Mongolia. The final section of this two volume book is devoted to implementing new technologies and new approaches to One Health. A wide-ranging analysis considers the importance of climate change and a social-ecological systems approach, as well as how to operationalize One Health, how to move from emergency response to prevention at source, and how to implement an educational strategy that builds a foundation for One Health in emerging disease management. It is anticipated that this two volume book will become a benchmark for practitioners of One Health, empowering a balanced multidisciplinary approach to the complexities of the human-animal-environment interface.
  • 2013From: Springer
    John S. Mackenzie, Martyn Jeggo, Peter Daszak, Juergen A. Richt, editors.
    One Health: its origins and future -- One Health and emerging infectious diseases: clinical perspectives -- The historical, present, and future role of veterinarians in One Health -- The importance of understanding the human-animal interface -- The human environment interface: applying ecosystem concepts to health -- Wildlife: the need to better understand the linkages -- The economic value of One Health in relation to the mitigation of zoonotic disease risks -- The application of One Health approaches to henipavirus research -- H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza in Indonesia: retrospective considerations -- Rabies in Asia: the classical zoonosis -- Japanese encephalitis: on the One Health agenda -- Cost estimate of bovine tuberculosis to Ethiopia -- The pandemic H1N1 influenza experience -- One Health: the Hong Kong experience with avian influenza -- Clostridium difficile infection in humans and piglets: a 'One Health' opportunity -- Men, primates, and germs: an ongoing affair -- Erratum to: Cost estimate of bovine tuberculosis to Ethopia -- Index.
  • Heidi E. Buchanan and Beth McDonough.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Though many librarians want to be excellent teachers, they encounter significant barriers to their success, and formal preparation for teaching is usually not offered in graduate programs.To help your students become information literate, you must learn to turn everyday challenges into instruction that is meaningful and relevant for your students.
  • Amanda Jane Mikels.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015From: Ovid
    Malcolm S. Thaler, M.D., Physician, Internal Medicine, One Medical Group, Clinical Instructor in Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College, Medical Staff, New York Presbyterian, New York.
    The basics -- Hypertrophy and enlargement of the heart -- Arrhythmias -- Conduction blocks -- Preexcitation syndromes -- Myocardial ischemia and infarction -- Finishing touches -- Putting it all together -- How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
  • 2007From: Ovid
    Malcolm S. Thaler.
    The basics -- Hypertrophy and enlargement of the heart -- Arrhythmias -- Conduction blocks -- Preexcitation syndromes -- Myocardial ischemia and infarction -- Finishing touches -- Putting it all together -- How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2012From: Ovid
    Malcolm S. Thaler.
    Suitable for medical students in ICM courses, house officers, or those directly involved in patient care, whether student, teacher, or practitioner, this title presents information clinicians need to use the EKG in everyday practice and interpret hypertrophy and enlargement, arrhythmias, conduction blocks, pre-excitation syndromes, and more.
  • Ruizhu Zeng.
    The intestines are constantly challenged by antigenic stimuli from microbiota, digested food and invading pathogens. Intestinal dendritic cells (DC) play a key role in directing appropriate immune responses to each antigen encountered. DC have the unique ability to sample and present processed antigens to T cells while providing environmental cues in the form of cytokines and active metabolites such as retinoic acid (RA) to initiate and regulate immune responses or to induce tolerance. Understanding intestinal DC development and function is important in developing vaccines and treatment for intestinal diseases. The goal of my thesis project was to elucidate the origin and specialization of intestinal DC subsets and to define the roles of RA in development and specification of these DC and their precursors. The two predominant cDC subsets in the small intestine (SI) are identified phenotypically as CD11c+MHCII+ cells that are either CD103+CD11b- (cDC1) or CD103+CD11b+ (cDC2). The two subsets differ developmentally, requiring different transcription factors, and functionally. They derive from BM-derived precursors that remain incompletely characterized. In Chapter 2, I identified a previously unidentified gut-tropic DC precursor, termed pre-[mu] DC (pre-mucosal DC). pre-[mu] DC express [alpha] 4 [beta] 7, a gut-homing receptor that targets them efficiently to the intestines, although they can also contribute to DC populations in other sites. pre-[mu] DC are 10 fold more efficient than the previously known DC precursor pre-cDC at giving rise to intestinal cDC on a per cell basis; and, unlike pre-cDC, they can also generate plasmacytoid DC (pDC). Furthermore, pre-[mu] DC have an intrinsic preference to develop into cDC1; whereas pre-cDC preferentially become cDC2. Thus pre-[mu] DC represent a specialized BM DC population with unique gut tropism and the potential to populate each of the major DC subsets in the intestines. RA plays a critical role in adaptive mucosal immunity through effects on epithelial, mesenchymal and lymphoid cells. In chapter 3, I showed that it is also important for intestinal DC development and DC subset specialization as well. RA was indispensible for pre-[mu] DC development in the bone marrow. It also directly regulated cDC1 and cDC2 development from pre-[mu] DC in situ in the gut wall. In the absence of RA signaling, cDC2 were reduced in frequency and number in the SI LP, and the cDC1 and cDC2 generated are phenotypically abnormal. I devised an in vitro culture system to model the developmental potential of pre-[mu] DC and demonstrated that RA is required, in combination with GM-CSF and Flt3L, for the generation of cDC with phenotypic and transcriptional signatures of intestinal CD103+ subsets. Interestingly, the presence of RA enhances the frequency and number of cDC2 generated from purified pre-[mu] DC, consistent with a role in fate decisions. However, my whole genome transcriptomic analyses showed that RA has broad effects on gene expression, driving transcription in in vitro-derived cDC1 and cDC2 towards patterns of physiologic gene expression. These studies indicated that the role of RA in intestine cDC development is cell-intrinsic, a finding that I confirmed in vivo using CD11c-cre.RAR403fl/fl mice, which express a dominant negative RA receptor RAR403 in DC and thus lack RAR signaling selectively in DC. Thus RA plays a critical roles in regulating intestinal cDC development both at the precursor stage by controlling pre-[mu] DC development in the bone marrow, and by driving transcriptional programs for cDC1 and cDC2 specialization in the gut wall. pre-[mu] DC are the first DC precursor identified that has a defined tissue tropism. Their identification raises the possibility that other specialized DC precursors may home to skin or lung or other sites. Comparison of pre-[mu] DC with pre-cDC reveals differences in their potential to differentiate into each of the two major functionally specialized cDC subsets in the SI. This in combination with my discovery that RA regulates pre-[mu] DC development in the bone marrow and cDC1 and cDC2 development in the gut wall may provide useful tool to manipulate intestinal cDC to aid in oral vaccination and treatment for intestinal diseases. The description of an in vitro culture system to generate intestine-like cDC will be a useful tool to study intestinal cDC development and functions, and offers the potential to generate specialized cDC subsets for immune therapy.
  • 2006From: MyiLibrary
    [edited by] Raj Sharman, Rajiv Kishore, Ram Ramesh.
  • 2013From: Springer
    S. Samuel Kim, editor.
    Fertility preservation has become one of the most important and fast growing fields of reproductive medicine. Although there are several strategies for fertility preservation in female, most of them are still considered experimental. It is important to perfect the existing technologies, but also developing new strategies should be actively sought. The future development of fertility preservation strategies should be based on the sound scientific knowledge and principles. One of the main objectives of fertility preservation in females is prevention of oocyte depletion. The mechanisms of oocyte loss and survival in the ovary are complex, which include genetic control both in germ cells and in somatic cells, DNA damage and repair mechanism, apoptosis and autophagy, and other poorly understood molecular mechanisms.To develop clinically effective and safe strategies for fertility preservation, it is essential to know and understand the fundamentals of oocyte and ovarian biology at the molecular level. Thus, the purpose of this edition is to review the current progress in research related to molecular and genetic control of oocyte development that can be applied to fertility preservation. The main topics that are discussed in this publication include molecular signaling mechanisms of oocyte activation and loss, genomic integrity of oocytes, and epigenetics.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2013From: Wiley
    edited by Rebecca L. Krisher.
    Oocyte development before and during folliculogenesis / Melissa Pepling -- The in vitro culture of ovarian follicles: a brief history and current considerations / Bahar Uslu and Joshua Johnson -- Regulation of oocyte meiotic resumption by somatic cells / Masayuki Shimada -- Oocyte-secreted factors in domestic animals / Jeremy G. Thompson, David G. Mottershead, and Robert B. Gilchrist -- MicroRNAs in oocyte physiology and development / Dawit Tesfaye, Md M. Hossain, and Karl Schellander -- Bovine oocyte gene expression: identification of functional regulators of early embryogenesis / Swamy K. Tripurani, Jianbo Yao, and George W. Smith -- Epigenetic modifications during mammalian oocyte growth and meiotic progression / Claudia Baumann, Maria M. Viveiros, and Rabindranath De La Fuente -- Oocyte calcium homeostasis / Zoltan Machaty -- Oocyte metabolism and its relationship to developmental competence / Rebecca L. Krisher and Jason R. Herrick -- Screening for oocyte competence / Marc-André Sirad and Mourad Assidi -- In vitro maturation environment affects developmental outcome / Pat Longergan.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Giovanni Coticchio, David F. Albertini, Lucia De Santis, editors.
    The oocyte is the largest and most mysterious cell in the body of mammalian organisms. Through its growth and maturation, it reaches extreme levels of specialization, while maintaining at the same time a condition of totipotency. Its unique ability, in co-operation with the spermatozoon, to give rise to a fully developed organism formed from hundreds of different tissues and myriads of individual cells has inspired intellectuals of all ages.Oogenesis finds impetus and purpose in casting scientific perspective towards this unique cell for the benefit of scientists and assisted reproductive technology (ART) specialists. The authors of the chapters are distinguished authorities in their respective areas of competence. From the opening of the book the reader is lead on a fantastic voyage from the formation of the primordial oocyte to the development of the early embryo, passing through crucial processes of oogenesis, such as co-ordination of oocyte and follicle growth, gene expression and organelle reorganization during growth and maturation, epigenetic mechanisms, regulation of meiosis, totipotency, cell polarity, oogenesis in vitro and maternal regulation of early development.
  • 2005From: Assoc Res Libr
    Charles W. Bailey, Jr.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Isidoro Di Carlo, editor ; foreword by Jacques Belghiti.
    Open Hepatic Transection Using Microwave Tissue Coagulation / Sohei Satoi, Hiroaki Kitade, Yoichi Matsui, A-Hon Kwon -- Open Hepatic Transection Using Chang's Needle / Yu-Chung Chang -- Open Hepatic Transection Using PMOD / Shu You Peng, Jiang Tao Li, Zhi Jian Tan -- Open Hepatic Transection Using Dissecting Sealer / Isidoro Di Carlo, Adriana Toro -- Open Hepatic Transection Using Habib[TM] 4X / Charis Kyriakides, Feng Xi, Madhava Pai, Nagy A. Habib -- Ultrasonically Activated Device for Parenchymal Division During Open Liver Resection / Paolo Limongelli, Andrea Belli, Luigi Cioffi, Gianluca Russo, Alberto D'Agostino -- Open Hepatic Transection Using Water-Jet Dissector / Kerstin Huepgens, Denis Ehrl, Horst-Guenter Rau -- Open Hepatic Transection Using Kelly Clamp / Takuya Hashimoto, Norihiro Kokudo, Masatoshi Makuuchi -- Open Hepatic Transection Using LigaSure / Akio Saiura, Junji Yamamoto -- Stapler Hepatectomy / Helge Bruns, Jürgen Weitz, Michael Kremer, Markus W. Büchler, Peter Schemmer -- Fusion Technique for Liver Transection: A New Technique Combining Kelly-Clysis and Harmonic Technology / Palepu Jagannath, Deepak Chhabra, Rajiv Shah -- Ultrasound-Guided Delimitation of the Resection Area / Matteo Donadon, Guido Torzilli -- Open Hepatic Transection Using Ultrasonic Dissector / Giorgio Ercolani, Matteo Ravaioli, Matteo Serenari, Paolo Di Gioia -- Laparoscopic Hepatic Transection Using Microwave / Yuichiro Otsuka, Hironori Kaneko -- Laparoscopic Liver Resection Using LPMOD / Xiu Jun Cai, Yi Fan Wang, Shu You Peng -- Laparoscopic Hepatic Transection Using Radiofrequency Monopolar Devices / Isidoro Di Carlo, Adriana Toro -- Laparoscopic Hepatic Transection Using Habib[TM] 4X / Madhava Pai, Charis Kyriakides, Feng Xi, Nagy A. Habib -- Laparoscopic Hepatic Transection Using Stapler and CUSA / Francesca Ratti ... [et al.] -- Laparoscopic Hepatic Transection Using Ultrasonic Scalpel and Bipolar Forceps / Noah B. Zuker, Brice Gayet -- Laparoscopic Hepatic Transection Using an Ultrasonically Activated Device / Luigi Cioffi ... [et al.] -- Laparoscopic Hepatic Transection Using Bipolar Radiofrequency Ablation (EnSeal) / Keith M. Baldwin, Ponnandai Somasundar, Steven C. Katz, N. Joseph Espat -- Robotic Liver Resection / Ki-Hun Kim, Gi-Hong Choi -- Index.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Stuart L. Houser.
  • 2012From: Cambridge
    edited by Alan D. Kaye, Charles J. Fox III, Richard D. Urman.
    Machine generated contents note: Foreword / Larry Hollier; Preface / Alan D. Kaye, Charles J. Fox and Richard D. Urman; 1. Hospital strategic planning and implications for the OR manager / Mike Williams; 2. Financial decision-making for the hospital administrator / Mike Williams; 3. Perioperative leadership / Alex Macario and Christoph Egger; 4. Preoperative clinic management / Alicia Gruber; 5. Operating room metrics and scheduling / Frank Dexter; 6. Analyzing financial and operational performance / Robert Lynch; 7. Perioperative nursing and all complexities / Melissa Guidry; 8. Perioperative staffing and compensation / George Mychaskiw and Asa Lockhart; 8. Human resource management / Paul Primeaux; 9. Electronic data for perioperative period / Keith Ruskin; 10. Staff, quality, pay-for-performance / Richard Dutton; 11. The Joint Commission, CMS, other standards / Shermeen Vakharia and Zev Kain; 12. Surgical organization / Frank Opelka; 13. Post anesthesia care unit (PACU) Michael Yarborough and Henry Liu; 14. Ambulatory and office-based settings John Wellick; 15. Office-based practice Seth Christian and Charles Fox; 16. Anesthesia practice management Charles Fox; 17. Pain practice management Steve Waldman; 18. Future of perioperative management Lauri Saletnik and Michael Hicks; 19. Reengineering the OR function: clinical considerations Nigel Robertson; 20. Construction and design: technical considerations Judy Dahle and Pat Patterson; 21. Simulation and safety in the OR Trey Wiche and Val Kozmenko; 22. Billing and coding (anesthesia and surgery) Deborah Farmer and Devona Slater; 23. Surgical and facility billing Peggy Kelly; 24. Moderate and deep sedation practices Ann Bui and Richard D. Urman; 25. Perioperative efficiency and throughput Doug Vaughn and Richard D. Urman.
  • 2011From: Springer
    D. Berdajs, M.I. Turina.
  • [edited by] Carol E.H. Scott-Conner, David L. Dawson ; with illustrations by Mark K. Shirazi, Gary G. Wind, Thomas Weinzerl.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015From: Thieme-Connect
    Fridun Kerschbaumer, Kuno Weise, Carl Joachim Wirth, Alexander R. Vaccaro.
    Cervical spine and cervicothoracic junction -- Thoracic spine -- Thoracolumbar junction -- Lumbar spine and lumbosacral junction -- Cervical spine -- Thoracic and lumbar spine -- Pelvis : pelvic ring -- Pelvis : acetabulum -- Hip joint -- Femur -- Knee -- Lower leg -- Foot -- Scapula and clavicle -- Shoulder -- Humerus -- Elbow -- Forearm -- Wrist -- Hand.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Manickam Ramalingam, Vipul R. Patel.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Hugh Devlin.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Jamal J. Hoballah, Carol E. H. Scott-Conner, editors.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Said Saghieh, Stuart L Weinstein, Jamal J. Hoballah, editors.
    Operative Dictations in Orthopedic Surgery is a valuable resource for teaching orthopedic surgical trainees and practicing orthopedic surgeons how to document their operative procedures. The book includes the majority of the commonly performed orthopedic procedures. For each procedure, a list of common indications is given, covering 95% of the situations in which particular procedures will be used, as well as a list of essential steps. This is then followed by a list intended to prompt the surgeon for particular details to note and dictate within the template, a list of possible complications that are typically associated with a particular surgical procedure, and templates of operative dictation that allow the surgeon to individualize their dictations. Ample space is also provided to allow each surgeon to add notes. Concise and easy to use, Operative Dictations in Orthopedic Surgery is a unique tool for orthopedics surgical residents and residents in practice that better prepares them to participate actively and learn as much as possible in the operating room.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] David Stanley, Ian A. Trail.
    pt. 1. Basic science -- pt. 2. Paediatric elbow -- pt. 3. Adult trauma -- pt. 4. Instability -- pt. 5. Elbow stiffness -- pt. 6. Neurological disorders -- pt. 7. Sport and soft tissue disorders -- pt. 8. Arthritis surgery -- pt. 9. Miscellaneous.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Tomoaki Taguchi, Tadashi Iwanaka, Takao Okamatsu, editors.
    Part I. Basic Procedure -- 1. Vascular Access -- 2. Thoracotomy and Laparotomy -- 3. Laparoscopy and Thoracoscopy -- 4. Foreign Body Extraction -- 5. Tracheostomy -- 6. Tube Gastrostomy and Enterostomy -- 7. Colostomy : Formation and Closure -- 8. Gastrointestinal Anastomosis -- 9. Repair and anastomosis of blood vessel -- 10. Biopsy of Tumor -- 11. Rectal Biopsy -- Part II. Head and Neck -- 12. Head and Neck Sinus and Mass -- 13. Pyriform sinus malformation -- 14. Accessory ear -- Part III. Thoracic -- 15. Standard Operation for Esophageal Atresia -- 16. Esophageal Atresia with Long Gap -- 17. Thoracoscopic Operation for Esophageal Atresia -- 18. Lung Surgery -- 19. Thoracic Empyema -- 20. Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia and Diaphragmatic Eventration -- Part IV. Abdominal Wall -- 21. Inguinal Hernia; Standard Procedure -- 22. Inguinal Hernia; Laparoscopic Repair -- 23. Direct Inguinal Hernia and Femoral Hernia -- 24. Hydrocele, Nuck Hydrocele; Standard Procedure -- 25. Umbilical hernia, Umbilical plasty, and Linea alba hernia -- 26. Vitellointestinal fistula and Urachal remnant -- 27. Gastroschisis and Omphalocele -- Part V. Abdominal -- 28. Laparoscopic Nissen's Fundoplication -- 29. Pyloromyotomy -- 30. Duodenal Atresia and Stenosis -- 31. Intestinal Atresia and Stenosis -- 32. Intestinal Malrotation -- 33. Meckel's Diverticulum -- 34. Internal Hernia -- 35. Intussusception -- 36. Appendectomy -- 37. Gastrointestinal Perforation -- 38. Hirschsprung's Disease -- 39. Imperforate Anus : Low type -- 40. Imperforate Anus: Intermediate and High Type -- 41. Rectovestibular fistula without imperforate anus (Perineal canal) -- 42. Anal Fistula -- 43. Anorectal Prolapse -- 44. Biliary Atresia -- 45. Choledochal cyst -- 46. Splenectomy -- 47. Portal vein hypoplasia and patent ductus venosus -- Part VI. Urology -- 48. Pelviureteric Junction Obstruction -- 49. Vesicoureteric Reflux -- 50. Ureterocele -- 51. Suprapubic Cystostomy and Vesicocutaneostomy -- 52 Bladder Augmentation -- 53 Posterior-sagittal anorecto-urethro-vaginoplasty -- 54 Hypospadias -- 55 Posterior urethral valve -- 56 Phimosis -- 57 Cryptoorchidism and retractile testis -- 58 Testicular Torsion -- Part VII. Tumors -- 59 Lymphatic Malformations -- 60 Neuroblastoma -- 61 Wilms' Tumor -- 62 Hepatoblastoma -- 63 Sacrococcygeal Teratoma -- Part VIII. Abdominal Organ Transplantation -- 64.Donor Operation in Living Donor Liver Transplantation -- 65. Recipient Operation in Living Donor Liver Transplantation.
  • 2013From: Springer
    J.W. Thomas Byrd, editor.
    In each of its two previous editions, Dr. J.W. Thomas Byrd's Operative Hip Arthroscopy has detailed the fundamentals and techniques for performing hip arthroscopy and tracked cutting-edge developments surrounding this procedure. Operative Hip Arthroscopy, Third Edition, has once again pulled together a group of experts to explore all of the latest advancements in hip arthroscopy, as well as our understanding of hip disorders and the technology available for treatment. This edition is vastly expanded, with new or updated discussion on topics including:Latest Techniques and Technology for AccessFemoroacetabular Impingement The Peritrochanteric SpaceThe Subgluteal SpaceEndoscopic Abductor RepairsEndoscopic Hamstring Repair and Ischial BursectomyAdhesive Capsulitis and ArthrofibrosisManagement of Chondral InjuriesDecision Making with Regard to OsteoarthritisSynovial Disease and Sepsisliopsoas Impingement and Total Hip ArthroplastyComplex Hip ReconstructionComputer NavigationSnapping Hip SyndromesThe Role of UltrasonographyThis book emphasizes wise decision-making and understanding the dos and don'ts of the procedure. Clear, concise writing supplemented by more than 300 illustrations, photographs and links to view videos will give orthopedists at any level a complete picture of this procedure and related issues.
  • v. 1-2, 2007.From: Springer
    v. 2, 2007From: Springer
    edited by D.E. Sakas, B.A. Simpson, and E.S. Krames.
    v. 1. Functional neuroprosthetic surgery -- v. 2. Neural networks surgery.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • edited by John P. O'Grady, Martin L. Gimovsky ; associate editors, Lucy A. Bayer-Zwirello, Kevin Giordano.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2008From: ClinicalKey
    editor, Eugene N. Myers ; associate editors, Ricardo L. Carrau ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 2008.
  • 2014From: AccessSurgery
    [edited by] Moritz M. Ziegler, Richard G. Azizkhan, Daniel von Allmen, Thomas R. Weber.
    Part I: General Principles -- Part II: The Head and Neck -- Part III: Chest Wall and Thoracic Disease Part IV: Abdominal Disease Part V: Urology for the Pediatric Surgeon -- Part VI: Vascular System Anomalies -- Part VII: Neurosurgery for the Pediatric Surgeon -- Part VIII: Trauma -- Part IX: Surgical Endocrinology -- Part X: Oncology -- Part XI: Solid Organ Transplantation.
  • under the general editorship of Charles Rob and Rodney Smith, associate editor, Hugh Dudley.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v.[1], Abdomen, edited by Hugh Dudley [et al.] ; v.[3], Cardiothoracic surgery, edited by John W. Jackson ; v.[6], Eyes, edited by Stephen J. H. Miller ; v.[7], General principles, breast and hernia, edited by Hugh Dudley [et al.] ; v.[11], Neurosurgery, edited by Lindsay Symon ; v.[13],Orthopaedics, edited by George Bentley ; v.[14], Paediatric surgery, edited by H. Homewood Nixon ;
  • 2015From: Springer
    edited by Rao R. Ivatury, editor.
  • 2015From: Ovid
    Michael S. Sabel, MD, editor ; Michael W. Mulholland, MD, PhD, editor-in-chief, illustrations by BodyScientific International, LLC.
    Also available: Print – 2015
  • 2015From: Springer
    John P. Girvin.
    This book describes the specific surgical techniques currently employed in patients with intractable epilepsy; it also covers the relevant technical aspects of general neurosurgery. All of the approaches associated with the various foci of epilepsy within the cerebral hemispheres are considered, including temporal and frontal lobectomies and corticectomies, parietal and occipital lobe resections, corpus callosotomy, hemispherectomy, and multiple subpial incisions. In addition, an individual chapter is devoted to electrocortical stimulation and functional localization of the so-called eloquent cortex. The more general topics on which guidance is provided include bipolar coagulation (with coverage of the physical principles, strength of the coagulating current, use of coagulation forceps, the advantages of correct irrigation, and use of cottonoid patties) and all of the measures required during the performance of operations under local anesthesia. The book is designed to meet the need for a practically oriented source of precise information on the operative procedures employed in epilepsy patients and will be of special value for neurosurgical residents and fellows.
  • 2009From: Thieme eNeurosurgery
    [edited by] Gordon Baltuch, Jean-Guy Villemure.
    This book is an essential guide to the latest techniques and therapeutic strategies for the surgical management of patients with epilepsy. Distinguished pioneers in the field provide comprehensive coverage of the range of operative approaches, helping clinicians to thoroughly prepare for surgery. The book first discusses surgical planning and then presents techniques for cortical resection and various types of intraoperative mapping. The final sections of the book describe innovative approaches, such as neuromodulation and radiosurgery. It includes: guidelines from leading experts in the field of epilepsy surgery; detailed step-by-step descriptions of procedures, including practical information on image guidance and invasive monitoring; discussion of innovative techniques including deep brain stimulation, responsive stimulation, and radiosurgery; and high-quality illustrations that facilitate comprehension of surgical steps.Ideal for neurosurgeons and trainees, this book is an indispensable, single-volume source of information on all technical aspects of epilepsy surgery.
  • Mary Hawn, MD, MPH, editor, Professor, Chief of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Department of Surgery Division of Gastrointestinal Surgery University of Alabama at Birminham School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama, Michael W. Mulholland, MD, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, Professor of Surgery and Chair, Department of Surgery University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    "As part of the series Operative Techniques in Surgery, this volume focuses on the detailed technical aspects of esophageal and gastric surgery. This book will serve as a guide to surgeons and trainees with and interest in foregut surgery. The unique aspects of this book are the provision of multiple approaches to a surgical problem with step by step instructions complimented by detailed illustrations and photos. The contributors to this text are surgeons well known for their technical expertise, with a specific focus on innovative approaches to the challenging practice of surgery. The goal of the textbook is to provide not only the technical steps of an operation, but the tips and pearls from master surgeons on how they approach the procedure. The book succinctly de scribes preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative clinical decision-making as well as potential pitfalls and how to mitigate them"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    Conor P. Delaney ... [et al.].
    Traditional postoperative management and fast-track care pathways -- Development of laparoscopic colorectal surgery -- Instrumentation and setup -- Key operative steps -- Operative procedures. Segmental colectomy ; Rectal surgery ; Total colectomy ; Stoma formation -- Dealing with complications and other technical tricks -- Other useful techniques.
  • 2014From: Ovid
    Conor P. Delaney, Justin K. Lawrence, Deborah S. Keller, Bradley J. Champagne, Anthony J. Senagore.
    "The Second Edition of Operative Techniques in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery is designed to give surgeons the learning tools they need to understand and successfully incorporate laparoscopic colorectal surgery into their practice. Because of the steep learning curve for this technique, this edition goes to great lengths to cover every aspect of each procedure in great detail -- even including the pitfalls to avoid. To help the reader with pattern-recognition, detailed, four-color photographs of important landmarks have been incorporated for them to review. Plus, an edited video is included to provide clear, step-by-step instruction of each procedure. Surgeons need appropriate training before incorporating laparoscopic colorectal surgery into their practice. This book will be a useful resource for residents, fellows in training, and surgeons who are either attending courses in laparoscopic colorectal surgery or are at an early stage of integrating this technique into their practice. FEATURES: Chapters contain a detailed textual description of procedural steps and common pitfalls Includes sections on management of intraoperative complications and other useful tips All new major operative videos Includes an expanded list of colorectal procedures New chapters include Mobilization of the Mesorectum, Handsewn Coloanal Anastomosis, Robotic Single-port Right Colonectomy, Single Port Total Colectomy with End Ileostomy, Robotic Low Anterior Resection"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Lunan Yan, editor.
    Liver Anatomy and the History of Hepatectomy -- Anatomy in Liver Resection -- Assessment of the Patient before Liver Resection -- The Application of CT and MRI in Hepatectomy -- Liver Fibrosis and Its Assessment -- Ultrasound Elastography in the Assessment of Liver Fibrosis -- Techniques of Vascular Inflow Occlusion and Liver Parenchymal Transaction -- Hepatic Parechyma Transection Using Modern Instruction -- The Key Points of Postoperative Monitoring and Nursing Care -- Short-term Outcomes of Liver Resection -- Long-term Outcomes of Liver Resection -- Glisson?s Pedicle Approach and Liver Round Ligament Approach in Anatomical Hepatectomy -- Anatomical Liver Resection -- Mesohepatectomy -- Liver resection for Primary Hepatocellular Carcinoma -- Surgical Treatment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Accompanied With Portal Vein Tumor Thrombus -- Liver ResectioLiver Resection of Secondary Liver Cancer -- HepatectomyHepatectomy for Hepatic Hemangioma -- Liver ResectioLiver Resection of Hepatic Hydatid Disease -- HepatolithiasiHepatolithiasis Hepatectomy -- Liver ResectioLiver Resection for Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma -- HepatectomyHepatectomy for gallbladder carcinoma -- Liver ResectioLiver Resection in Pediatric Patients -- Laparoscopic Laparoscopic Liver Resection -- Application ofApplication of PVE in Hepatic Surgery -- Associating LiAssociating Liver Partition and Portal Vein Ligation for Staged Hepatectomy -- Pediatric LivinPediatric Living Donor Liver Transplantation -- Right HepatecRight Hepatectomy with Middle hepatic vein in Living Donor -- Resection andResection and Procurement of the Right Hemi-liver in Adult-to-adult Living Donor Liver Transplantationnsplantation -- Right PosterioRight Posterior Sector Graft for Living Donor Liver Transplantation -- Procurement Procurement of Liver Graft -- Laparoscopic Laparoscopic Donor Liver Resection -- Native Liver RNative Liver Resection in Liver Transplantation -- Split Liver TraSplit Liver Transplantation and Reduced-size Liver Transplantation -- Ex vivo Liver REx vivo Liver Resection and Autotransplantation -- Vessel ExposuVessel Exposure and Reconstruction in Liver Transplantation -- Look Forward to the Future.
  • 2016From: Ovid
    [edited by] John M. Rhee, MD, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Emory University School of Medicine, The Emory Clinic, Atlanta, Georgia, Scott D. Boden, MD, Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, Emory University School of Medicine, Staff Physician, Atlanta VA Medical Center, Atlanta, Georgia ; Sam W. Wiesel, MD, editor-in-chief, Chairman and Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC.
    Section I. Cervical -- Section II. Thoracolumbar -- Section III. Oncology -- Section IV. Deformity -- Section V. Complications -- Section VI. Intradural surgery -- Section VII. Pediatric spine -- Section VIII. Surgical approaches ot the spine.
  • Michael W. Mulholland, MD, PhD, editor-in-chief ; editors, Daniel Albo, MD, PhD, Ronald L. Dalman, MD, Mary T. Hawn, MD, MPH, Steven J. Hughes, MD, Michael S. Sabel, MD ; illustrations by: BodyScientific International, LLC.
  • editor, Mary Hawn, MD,MPH, Professor, Chief of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Department of Surgery, Division of Gastrointestinal Surgery, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama, ; editor-in-chief, Michael W. Mulholland, MD, PhD, Professor of Surgery and Chair, Department of Surgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
    "As part of the series Operative Techniques in Surgery, this volume focuses on the detailed technical aspects of thoracic and esophageal surgery. This book will serve as a guide to surgeons and trainees with and interest in thoracic and esophageal surgery. The unique aspects of this book are the provision of multiple approaches to a surgical problem with step by step instructions complimented by detailed illustrations and photos. The contributors to this text are surgeons well known for their technical expertise, with a specific focus on innovative approaches to the challenging practice of surgery. The goal of the textbook is to provide not only the technical steps of an operation, but the tips and pearls from master surgeons on how they approach the procedure. The book succinctly describes preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative clinical decision-making as well as potential pitfalls and how to mitigate them"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2015/2015From: Ovid
    Michael J. Englesbe, editor: Michael W. Mulholland, Editor-in Chief.
    Deceased donor kidney procurement -- Living donor kidney procurement -- Kidney transplantation surgical procedures -- Deceased donor liver procurement -- Living donor liver procurement -- Whole graft liver transplantation -- Liver transplantation: venous outflow -- Liver transplantation: portal vein reconstruction -- Liver transplantation: arterial reconstruction -- Liver transplantation: biliary reconstruction -- Partial graft liver transplantation -- Pancreas transplantation surgical procedures -- Lung transplantation surgical procedures -- Portal hypertension surgical procedures.
  • editor, Ronald L. Dalman, Editor, Chidester Professor of Surgery, Division Chief of Vascular Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California, editor-in-chief, Michael W. Mulholland, Professor of Surgery and Chair, Department of Surgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbpr, Michigan.
  • 2006From: Springer
    senior editor, Andrew C. Novick ; associate editor, J. Stephen Jones ; section editors, Inderbir S. Gill ... [et al.].
    Surgical incisions / J. Stephen Jones -- Adrenal disease / Andrew C. Novick -- Laparoscopic adrenalectomy / Mihir M. Desai and Inderbir S. Gill -- Renal malignancy / Andrew C. Novick -- Laparoscopic surgery for renal cell carcinoma / Inderbir S. Gill -- Renal calculus disease / Stevan B. Streem and J. Stephen Jones -- Renal vascular disease / Andrew C. Novick -- Surgical technique of cadaver donor nephrectomy / Venkatesh Krishnamurthi -- Open donor nephrectomy / David A. Goldfarb -- Living laparoscopic donor nephrectomy / Alireza Moinzadeh and Inderbir S. Gill -- Renal transplantation / David A. Goldfarb, Stuart M. Flechner, and Charles S. Modlin -- Renal trauma / J. Stephen Jones -- Nerve-sparing retroperitoneal lymphadenectomy / Eric A. Klein -- Ureterolysis / Lawrence M. Wyner -- Pancreas transplantation / Venkatesh Krishnamurthi -- Ureteropelvic junction obstruction / Stevan B. Streem and Jonathan H. Ross -- Laparoscopic pyeloplasty / Anup P. Ramani and Inderbir S. Gill -- Urothelial tumors of the renal pelvis and ureter / Stevan B. Streem -- Management of the en bloc distal ureter and bladder cuff during retroperitoneoscopic radical nephroureterectomy / Osamu Ukimura and Inderbir S. Gill -- Ureteral disorders in children / Jonathan H. Ross and Robert Kay -- Iatrogenic and traumatic ureteral injury / Bashir R. Sankari -- Ureteral calculi / Stevan B. Streem -- Office procedures / J. Stephen Jones -- Radical cystectomy and orthotopic diversion in men and women / Eric A. Klein -- Laparoscopic radical cystectomy with intracorporeal urinary diversion / Jihad H. Kaouk and Inderbir S. Gill.
    Also available: Print – 2006
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Harold A. Stein, Raymond M. Stein, Melvin I. Freeman.
    Anatomy of the eye -- Physiology of the eye -- Optics -- Pharamacology -- Microbiology -- Office efficiency and public relations -- History taking -- Preliminary examination -- Understanding ophthalmic equipment -- Refractive errors and how to correct them -- History of spectacles -- Facts about glasses -- Rigid contact lenses : Basics -- Soft contact lenses -- Advanced techniques in soft and rigid contact lens fitting -- Managing a contact lens practice -- Visual fields -- Automated visual field testing -- Ocular injuries -- The urgent case -- Common eye disorders -- Common retinal disorders -- Glaucoma -- Examination of the newborn, infant and small child -- Maintenance of ophthalmic equipment and instruments -- Aseptic technique and minor office surgery -- The operative patient -- Highlights of ocular surgery -- Assisting the surgeon -- Assisting the surgeon -- Ambulatory surgery -- Refractive surgery -- Corneal collagen cross linking in the management of ectatic diseases -- Wavefront aberrations and custom ablation -- Optical coherence tomography -- Computerized corneal topography -- Specular microscopy -- Diagnostic ultrasound -- Ocular motility and binocular vision -- Ophthalmic photography -- Visual aids for the partially sighted -- Blind persons in the modern world -- Art and the eye -- Reading problems in children -- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation -- Computers in ophthalmic practice -- Allied health personnel in ophthalmology -- Ophthalmology ethics -- Ophthalmic allied health personnel : scope of practice -- Testing of ophthalmic skills -- The development of ophthalmic assistants in North America -- Assisting in the international community and in the prevention of blindness -- Appendices.
  • edited by Myron Yanoff.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007From: ClinicalKey
    Frank Eperjesi, Hannah Bartlett, Mark Dunne.
    Pre-refraction -- Refraction -- Post-refraction -- Ophthalmoscopy -- Slit lamp -- Tonometry -- Visual field analysis -- Advanced investigations -- Specialized binocular vision techniques -- Contact lenses.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Marian S. Macsai (ed.).
  • 2013From: Springer
    Thomas J Cummings.
    Ophthalmic Pathology: A Concise Guide provides an introductory book of essential and fundamental information that will give the reader a solid foundation in ophthalmic pathology. The volume differs from the available classic and comprehensive ophthalmic pathology textbooks in its basic and simplified 'one month approach' concept. The text is rich in macroscopic and microscopic pathology images, clinical images, and bullet-point lists. Each chapter (Overview; Cornea; Conjunctiva; Eyelids; Uveal Tract; Retina; Orbit; and, Optic Nerve) includes approximately 30 color figures of common eye pathology diagnoses and also reviews the normal histology of each ocular component. An assortment of commentary related to common diagnoses and differential diagnostic considerations, clinical and pathological correlations, pearls and pitfalls, and ophthalmic pathology terminology can be found in each chapter. Other topics include: the fundamental pathology of glaucoma, trauma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and the phacomatoses; commonly used histochemical stains employed in ophthalmic pathology; and basic prosection of enucleation and evisceration specimens.
  • 2013From: Karger
    volume editors, Arun D. Singh, David E. Pelayes, Stefan Seregard, Roger Macklis.
    Introduction to radiotherapy and standard teletherapy techniques / Balagamwala, E.H., Macklis, R., Singh, A.D. -- Teletherapy : advanced techniques / Stockham, A., Balagamwala, E.H., Singh, A.D., Macklis, R. -- Brachytherapy / Marwaha, G., Macklis, R., Singh, A.D., Wilkinson, A. -- Radiation therapy : uveal tumors / Seregard, S., Pelayes, D.E., Singh, A.D. -- Radiation therapy retinal tumors / Sethi, R.V., MacDonald, S.M., Kim, D.Y., Mukai, S. -- Radiation therapy : age-related macular degeneration / Medina, C.A., Ehlers, J.P. -- Radiation therapy : conjunctival and eyelid tumors / Aronow, M.E., Singh, A.D. -- Radiation therapy : orbital tumors / Marwaha, G., Macklis, R., Singh, A.D. -- Radiotherapy : anterior segment complications / Medina, C., Singh, A.D. -- Radiation therapy : posterior segment complications / Seregard, S., Pelayes, D.E., Singh, A.D.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] George L. Spaeth, Helen V. Danesh-Meyer, Ivan Goldberg and Anselm Kampik.
    Ophthalmic Surgery, edited by Drs. George Spaeth, Helen Danesh-Meyer, Ivan Goldberg, and Anselm Kampik, provides the detailed, full-color, step-by-step guidance you need to master essential ophthalmic surgery procedures. The international team of expert editors and contributors present coverage of the latest surgical developments and video demonstrations of key techniques across subspecialties, including cataract, cornea, refractive, glaucoma, oculoplastic, extra-ocular muscle, vitreoretinal, and ocular tumor procedures. What's more, the fully searchable text, procedural videos, and a downloadable image gallery are all online at, making this multimedia resource the key to performing confidently in the operating room. Refer to the most important steps in each procedure quickly and easily with an appendix of step-by-step hand notes. Perform a wide variety of procedures with confidence using the focused coverage that pinpoints essential information and avoids extraneous details. Get comprehensive coverage across key subspecialties-oculoplastic, strabismus, cornea, refractive, cataract, glaucoma, ocular tumors, and vitreoretinal-and master the basics for every common procedure.
  • Peter S. Hersh, Bruce M. Zagelbaum, Sandra Lora Cremers ; Laurel Cook Lhowe, medical illustrator.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Arun D. Singh, Brandy C. Hayden.
    Theoretical considerations -- Practical considerations -- Clinical methods: A- and B-scans -- Clinical methods: ultrasound biomicroscopy -- Doppler and contrast agents -- Very high-frequency digital ultrasound biomicroscopy -- Ocular biometry -- Corneal diseases -- Glaucoma -- Vitreoretinal diseases -- Intraocular tumors -- Ocular inflammatory diseases -- Optic nerve diseases -- Ocular prenatal imaging -- Pediatric eye diseases -- Ocular trauma -- Ocular laboratory applications -- Ocular ultrasound guided anesthesia -- Future considerations.
  • Cathy W. DiBernardo, Ellen F. Greenberg.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Foreword / Neil R. Miller -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Basic screening techniques and indications for ultrasound -- 2. Anterior segment evaluation -- 3. The vitreous -- 4. The retina -- 5. The choroid -- 6. Trauma -- 7. Intraocular tumors -- 8. The optic nerve -- 9. Extraocular muscles -- 10. Evaluation of the orbit -- 11. Additional ocular conditions and biometry.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Douglas J. Rhee, Kathryn A. Colby, Lucia Sobrin, Christopher J. Rapuano.
    Antibacterial agents -- Antifungal agents -- Antiviral agents -- Anti-parasitic agents -- Anti-glaucoma agents -- Neuro-ophthalmology -- Anti-inflammatory agents -- Mydriatics, cycloplegics, and reversal agents -- Lubricants and viscoelastics -- Miscellaneous -- Anti-angiogenesis agents -- Contact lens solutions.
  • 2014From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by E.Y.K. Ng, U. Rajendra Acharya, Rangaraj M. Rangayyan, Jasjit S. Suri.
    "The human eye is the most important organ and works like a camera. It is tedious and time consuming to decipher minute changes in the anatomy of the eye caused due to the progression of eye abnormalities. The growth in image processing, artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, and modeling techniques has had a significant impact in the detection and treatment of eye disease. Optical, digital fundus, infrared, optical coherence tomography, and Heidelberg retina tomograph images have been widely used to diagnose eye abnormalities. This book covers wide-ranging topics like computer-aided diagnosis of diabetes retinopathy, maculopathy, glaucoma, dry eye, cist, imaging of eye after glaucoma surgery, optic nerve analysis, anterior segment imaging of eye, infrared imaging of eye, confocal microscopy of cornea, optical coherence tomography, scanning laser ophthalmoscopy, fundus perimetry, fundus autofluorescence (FAF) imaging, in vivo confocal microscopy, hybrid finite element simulation for bioheat transfer in the human eye, and effects of electromagnetic on specific absorption rates. The retina provides an ideal opportunity to explore the role of microvascular pathology in the pathophysiology of cardiovascular diseases. Over the last decade, advances in retinal vascular imaging allowed the development of accurate and reliable quantitative parameters such as retinal vascular calibers. Using these parameters, several large population-based studies have shown that retinal vascular calibers are related to cardiovascular diseases"-- Provided by publisher.
  • 2007From: Thieme
    Gerhard K. Lang ; with contributions by Oskar Gareis, Gabriele E. Lang, Doris Recker, Peter Wagner.
    The ophthalmic examination -- The eyelids -- Lacrimal system -- Conjunctiva -- Cornea -- Sclera -- Lens -- Uveal tract (vascular pigmented layer) -- Pupil -- Glaucoma -- Vitreous body -- Retina -- Optic nerve -- Visual pathway -- Orbital cavity -- Optics and refractive errors -- Ocular motility and strabismus -- Ocular trauma -- Cardinal symptoms -- Further reading -- Appendix -- Index.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Hendrik P.N. Scholl, Robert W. Massof, Sheila West, editors.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    lead editors, Myron Yanoff, Jay S. Duker ; section editors, James J. Augsburger and [11 others].
    The latest edition of Ophthalmology by Drs. Yanoff and Duker presents practical, expert, concise guidance on nearly every ophthalmic condition and procedure, equipping you to efficiently overcome whatever clinical challenges you may face. New to this edition: Apply the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease, including new drug therapies for retinal disorders; today's expanded uses of optical coherence tomography (OCT) and high-resolution imaging modalities; new corneal, cataract and refractive surgical approaches; and new developments in molecular biology and genetics, ocular surface disease, glaucoma testing, neuro-ophthalmology, uveitis, ocular tumors, and much more.
  • lead editors, Myron Yanoff, Jay S. Duker ; section editors, James J. Augsburger ... [et al.].
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  • 2015From: Thieme Book
    Gerhard K. Lang.
    The ophthalmic examination / Gabriele E. Lang and Gerhard K. Lang -- Eyelids (palpebrae) / Peter Wagner and Gerhard K. Lang -- Lacrimal system / Peter Wagner and Gerhard K. Lang -- Conjunctiva / Gerhard K. Lang and Gabriele E. Lang -- Cornea / Gerhard K. Lang -- Sclera / Gerhard K. Lang -- Lens / Gerhard K. Lang -- Uveal tract (vascular layer) / Gabriele E. Lang and Gerhard K. Lang -- Pupil / Oskar Gareis and Gerhard K. Lang -- Glaucoma / Gerhard K. Lang -- Vitreous body / Christoph W. Spraul and Gerhard K. Lang -- Retina / Gabriele E. Lang and Gerhard K. Lang -- Optic nerve / Oskar Gareis and Gerhard K. Lang -- Visual pathway / Oskar Gareis and Gerhard K. Lang -- Orbital cavity / Christoph W. Spraul and Gerhard K. Lang -- Optics and refractive errors / Christoph W. Spraul and Gerhard K. Lang -- Ocular motility and strabismus / Joachim Esser, Doris Recker, and Gerhard K. Lang -- Ocular trauma / Gerhard K. Lang -- Cardinal symptoms / Stefan Lang, Gerhard K. Lang.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    Janice A. Gault and James F. Vander.
  • [edited by] James F. Vander, Janice A. Gault.
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    1. Clinical anatomy of the eye / Kenneth B. Gum -- 2. Anatomy of the eye and orbit / Edward H. Bedrossian, Jr. -- 3. Optics and refraction / Janice A. Gault -- 4. Color vision / Mitchell S. Fineman -- 5. Ophthalmic and orbital testing / Caroline R. Baumal, Patric De Potter -- 6. Visual fields / Janice A. Gault -- 7. The red eye / Janice A. Gault -- 8. Corneal infections / Sherman W. Reeves, Elisabeth J. Cohen, Terry Kim -- 9. Ophthalmia neonatorum / Janine G. Tabas -- 10. Topical antibiotics and steroids / Stephen Y. Lee -- 11. Dry eyes/ Janice A. Gault -- 12. Corneal dystrophies / Sadeer B. Hannush, Lorena Riveroll -- 13. Keratoconus / Irving Raber -- 14. Refractive surgery / Brandon D. Ayres, Christopher J. Rapuano -- 15. Glaucoma / Mary Jude Cox, George L. Spaeth -- 16. Angle-closure glaucoma / Anup Khatana, George L. Spaeth -- 17. Secondary open-angle glaucoma / Janice A. Gault -- 18. Medical treatment of glaucoma / Jeffrey D. Henderer, Richard P. Wilson -- 19. Trabeculectomy surgery / Marlene R. Moster, Augusto Azuara-Blanco -- 20. Traumatic glaucoma and hyphema / Douglas J. Rhee -- 21. Cataracts / Richard Tipperman -- 22. Techniques of cataract surgery / Sydney Tyson -- 23. Complications of cataract surgery / John D. Dugan, Robert S. Bailey -- 24. Amblyopia / Steven E. Brooks -- 25. Esodeviations / Scott E. Olitsky, Leonard B. Nelson -- 26. Miscellaneous ocular deviations / Janice A. Gault -- 27. Strabismus surgery / Bruce M. Schnall -- 28. Nystagmus / Robert D. Reinecke -- 29. The pupil / Barry Schanzer, Peter J. Savino -- 30. Diplopia / Julian D. Perry -- 31. Optic neuritis / Barry Schanzer, Peter J. Savino -- 32. Miscellaneous optic neuropathies and neurologic disturbances / Janice A. Gault -- 33. Tearing and the lacrimal system / Nancy G. Swartz, Marc S. Cohen -- 34. Proptosis / David G. Buerger -- 35. Thyroid-related ophthalmopathy / Robert B. Penne -- 36. Orbital inflammatory diseases / Roberta E. Gausas, Madhura Tamhankar -- 37. Ptosis / Carolyn S. Repke -- 38. Eyelid tumors / Janice A. Gault -- 39. Uveitis / Tamara R. Vrabec, Caroline R. Baumal, Vincent F. Baldassano, Vinay N. Desai, Jay S. Duker -- 40. Toxic retinopathies / Sobha Sivaprasad, Philip G. Hykin -- 41. Coats disease / William Tasman -- 42. Fundus trauma / Jeffrey P. Blice -- 43. Age-related macular degeneration / Joseph I. Maguire -- 44. Retinopathy of prematurity / J. Arch McNamara -- 45. Diabetic retinopathy / James F. Vander -- 46. Retinal arterial obstruction / Jay S. Duker -- 47. Retinal venous occlusive diseases / Vernon K.W. Wong -- 48. Retinal detachment / Michael J. Borne, James F. Vander -- 49. Retinoblastoma / Carol L. Shields -- 50. Pigmented lesions of the ocular fundus / Jerry A. Shields -- 51. Ocular tumors / Ralph C. Eagle -- 52. Orbital tumors / Jurij R. Bilyk.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Reginald L. Dean III, Edward J. Bilsky, S. Stevens Negus, editors.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Gavril W. Pasternak, editor.
  • Mark Reimers.
    Prof. Mark Reimers covers the best ways to design and interpret microarray gene expression experiments, including experiment design, pre-processing, exploratory analysis, normalization and statistical testing.
  • 2015From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Santi M. Spampinato.
    Overview of genetic analysis of human opioid receptors / Santi M. Spampinato -- Computational structural biology of opioid receptors / Davide Provasi -- Analysis of epigenetic mechanisms regulating opioid receptor gene transcription / Cheol Kyu Hwang [and three others] -- Renilla luciferase reporter assay to study 3'UTR-Driven posttranscriptional regulations of OPRM1 / Gabriele Vincelli and Andrea Bedini -- High-throughput gene expression profiling of opioid-induced alterations in discrete brain areas / Michal Korostynski [and three others] -- Real-time imaging of mu opioid receptors by total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy / Cristina Roman-Vendrell and Guillermo Ariel Yudowski -- In vivo techniques to investigate the internalization profile of opioid receptors / Amynah A. Pradhan [and three others] -- Monitoring opioid receptor dimerization in living cells by bioluminescence resonance energy transfer (BRET) / Monica Baiula -- Analysis of potassium and calcium imaging to assay the function of opioid receptors / Viola Spahn, Dinah Nockemann, and Halina Machelska -- Electrophysiological patch clamp assay to monitor the action of opioid receptors / Viola Spahn, Dinah Nockemann, and Halina Machelska -- Skin-nerve preparation to assay the function of opioid receptors in peripheral endings of sensory neurons / Rabih Moshourab, Yvonne Schmidt, and Halina Machelska -- Mechanical nociception measurement in mice and rats with automated Von Frey equipment / Gabriele Campana and Roberto Rimondini -- Detecting zinc release induced by mu-opioid receptor agonists in brain slices / María Rodríguez-Muñoz [and three others] -- Opioid receptors : methods for detection and their modes of actions in the eye / Shahid Husain -- Evaluation of murine macrophage cytokine production after in vivo morphine treatment / Silvia Franchi [and four others] -- Measurement of macrophage toll-like receptor 4 expression after morphine treatment / Mara Castelli [and three others] -- The role of opioid receptors in migration and wound recovery in vitro in cultured human keratinocytes and fibroblasts / Mei Bigliardi-Qi and Paul L. Bigliardi -- Role of opioid receptors in the reinstatement of opioid- seeking behavior : an overview / Liana Fattore [and three others] -- Analysis of opioid-seeking reinstatement in the rat / Liana Fattore [and three others] -- Induction of a high alcohol consumption in rats and mice : role of opioid receptors / Roberto Rimondini and Gabriele Campana -- Evaluation of social and nonsocial behaviors mediated by opioids in mouse pups / Francesca R. D'Amato.
  • 2006From: Springer
    K. Yonenobu, K. Nakamura, Y. Toyama (eds.).
  • 2017From: Wiley
    Walter Matthys and John E. Lochman.
    Behaviours and disorders -- Developmental perspectives -- Basic issues on aetiology -- Individual characteristics -- Environmental characteristics -- Clinical assessment -- Intervention and intervention development -- Behavioural parent training -- Cognitive behavioral therapy -- Pharmacotherapy -- Multicomponent intervention -- Factors which influence intervention delivery and outcomes.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Douglas J. Rhee ... [et al.]
    1 Antibacterial agents -- 2 Antifungal agents -- 3 Antiviral agents -- 4 Antiparasitic agents -- 5 Antiglaucoma agents -- 6 Neuro-ophthalmology -- 7 Anti-inflammatory agents -- 8 Mydriates, cycloplegics, and reversal agents -- 9 Lubricants and viscoelastics -- 10 Miscellaneous conditions -- 11 Anti-angiogenesis agents -- 12 Contact lens.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Jane W. Chan.
    Optic Nerve Disorders: Diagnosis and Management, Second Edition, is a thoroughly revised and updated reference, including new information on diagnostic techniques such as genetic testing for hereditary optic neuropathies, new data on toxic/drug-related optic neuropathies, and recent data from clinical trial studies. Additional novel therapies, including stem cell therapies, the use of nanotechnology, and gene therapies are featured highlights, as is spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT) for imaging of the optic nerve. The way in which OCT is used in differentiating optic nerve disorders from other retinal disorders, and how OCT is used in monitoring the course of the disease, is also discussed. This practical reference focuses on common optic nerve disorders. It addresses diagnosis, pathophysiology, management, and prognosis, and is written in a clear, concise style for quick, easy reference in the clinic. With additional color photographs to better illustrate the material, the second edition will prove to be the go-to reference for ophthalmologists, neurologists, and neurosurgeons working with optic nerve disorders.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Aniz Girach, Robert C. Sergott, editors.
    Basics and guide to image interpretation with normal and anatomic variants -- Genetic abnormalities -- Macular degeneration -- Diabetic Retinopathy -- Retinal Vascular Disease -- Vitreo-macular adhesion/traction syndromes and the effects of vitrectomy surgery -- Toxic and Nutritional Conditions -- Uveitis -- Glaucoma and other optic neuropathies.

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