• 2015From: ClinicalKey
    Ronald W. Busuttil, Goran B. Klintmalm.
    Drs. Busuttil and Klintmalm present Transplantation of the Liver, 3rd Edition, which has been thoroughly revised to offer you the latest protocols, surgical approaches, and techniques used in this challenging procedure. Encompassing today's expert knowledge in the field, this medical reference book is an ideal single source for authoritative, up-to-date guidance on every imaginable aspect of liver transplantation. Understand today's full range of transplantation techniques with complete step-by-step descriptions of each, and access the background information and management options for each hepatic disease entity. Take advantage of detailed discussions of everything from pathophysiology and patient and donor selection, to transplantation anesthesia and operative procedures; immunosuppression; postoperative care; and ethical issues.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Sid M. Becker, Andrey V. Kuznetsov.
    Transport in Biological Media is a solid resource of mathematical models for researchers across a broad range of scientific and engineering problems such as the effects of drug delivery, chemotherapy, or insulin intake to interpret transport experiments in areas of cutting edge biological research. A wide range of emerging theoretical and experimental mathematical methodologies are offered by biological topic to appeal to individual researchers to assist them in solving problems in their specific area of research. Researchers in biology, biophysics, biomathematics, chemistry, engineers and clinical fields specific to transport modeling will find this resource indispensible. Provides detailed mathematical model development to interpret experiments and provides current modeling practices Provides a wide range of biological and clinical applicationsIncludes physiological descriptions of models.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Yuichi Sugiyama, Bente Steffansen, editors.
    Transporters in Drug Development is a corner stone in a high profile book series on advances in pharmaceutical sciences initiated by AAPS, Springer and Professor Daan Crommelin as series Editor. Transporters in Drug Development: Discovery, Optimization, Clinical Study and Regulation list chapters written by leading researchers in the transporter field from academia, pharmaceutical industry and medicines agencies. The book encompasses examples and advises on how membrane transporters can be dealt with in academic industrial drug discovery and pharmaceutical development as well as from a regulatory perspective. Methods and examples of in vitro characterization of single transporters in intestine, liver and kidney are described as well as characterization of substrate overlap between various transporters. Furthermore, probes and biomarkers are suggested for studies of the transporters impact on the pharmacokinetics of drug substrates/candidates interacting on transporters. The challenges of translating in vitro observed interaction of transporters into in vivo relevance are discussed as well as the perspectives of applying targeted proteomics and mechanistic modelling in this process.
  • 2009From: Springer
    volume editors, Dirk-Henner Lankenau, Jean-Nicolas Volff.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Edward R. Laws, Giuseppe Lanzino.
    Transsphenoidal Surgery, by Drs. Laws and Lanzino, captures all of today's clinical knowledge on the multidisciplinary management of pituitary tumors, with a focus on surgical techniques. Acclaimed international experts bring you detailed guidance on natural history, radiologic and clinical aspects, surgical indications, and resection techniques. What2s more, case presentations and clinical photographs help you reduce the risk of error and advance your own surgical skills. At, you'll have online access to the full text plus streaming videos of key procedures to help you provide the best possible outcomes for every patient. Access the fully searchable text online at and view hours of videos in which experts demonstrate how to perform key procedures. Refine your skills through discissions of intraoperative imaging, new techniques in transsphenoidal surgery, new microsurgical procedures, radiosurgical techniques, and more. Get balanced and comprehensive perspectives on pituitary surgery from well-recognized international, multidisciplinary contributors. Make better-informed decisions with case presentations, drawn from Dr. Laws's 40 plus years as a leader in pituitary surgery, that include a summary of the clinical history, preoperative radiographs, and postoperative clinical information and radiographs. Tap into exceptional visual guidance and reduce the risk of error through abundant clinical photographs, line drawings, and procedural videos. Find the information you need quickly via a consistent chapter-to-chapter organization.
  • Lynn Wanshu Sun.
    The eyeblink is one of the most basic motor behaviors and has served as a longstanding model for the study of adaptive and associative forms of motor conditioning. However, cerebellar pathways that support blinking behaviors remain poorly studied in the mouse, an increasingly popular animal model for motor learning. The precise location of eyeblink-related neurons is poorly defined, particularly in the red nucleus and the cerebellar nuclei and cortex. To pinpoint these neurons, I injected the GFP-expressing retrograde transsynaptic viral tracer Pseudorabies (PRV-152) into the orbicularis oculi muscle in the eyelids of live C57Bl6 mice. PRV travels retrograde across multiple synapses in the motor pathway and infects cells ultimately projecting to the injection site. By registering anatomical sites of the virally labeled cells, I created detailed maps of neurons presumably involved in controlling blink-related behavior. In the facial nucleus, viral labeling was strictly ipsilateral to the injection site and restricted to the dorsolateral rostral segment. The red nucleus is bilaterally labeled at the lateral rim with heavier labeling in the contralateral nucleus. Labeling was bilaterally distributed across all three deep cerebellar nuclei. In the cerebellar cortex, a characteristic spatiotemporal pattern was observed. Posterior vermal and floccular Purkinje cells were labeled first, followed by mid- and anterior vermal cells, and finally cells in the hemispheric Crus 1/2 and Simple lobules. Based on these results, I hypothesized that PRV injections into the eyelid uncover multiple distinct, cerebellar-modulated motor output pathways. These pathways have not previously been explored in the mouse; additionally, several of the putative pathways were poorly defined in other model systems as well. This hypothesis was then tested with single-step retrograde tracings from each of the deep cerebellar nuclei. The following circuits were confirmed: 1) from the ansiform lobule to the dentate nucleus 2) from the simple lobule to the anterior interpositus nucleus 3) from the anterior vermal and paravermal cerebellar cortex to the posterior interpositus nucleus, and 4) from the posterior vermis and paravermis to the fastigial nucleus. In prior literature, pathways 1 and 2 have been implicated in classical conditioning, and pathway 3 in cerebellar modulation of reflex blinks. Based on circuit analysis, pathway 4 is putatively associated with eye-eyelid coordination, but there is little existing research on this possibility. To complete my investigation of the mouse cerebellar eyeblink circuit, I traced anterograde from the vestibular nucleus to the red nucleus and retrograde from the red nucleus to the vestibular nucleus, establishing the existence of a previously unexplored vestibulorubral pathway in the mouse which may serve as the output circuit of pathway 4. As a whole, this body of work explores the location and distribution of eyeblink-related neurons in the mouse, identifies multiple parallel motor circuits in the mouse cerebellum, and offers evidence toward functional organization of the cerebellum.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Maria Grazia Bongiorni, editor ; foreword by Bruce L. Wilkoff.
  • Cea, Leopoldo,.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    1. Análisis de la sangre.
  • Pérez Fontana, Velarde.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1., fasc. 1. Echinococcus granulosus.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Santi Centorrino ... [et al.].
  • Giacomandrea Giacomini.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2007From: Springer
    M.Y.H. Bangash ... [et al.].
  • 2008From: Ovid
    editors, Lewis Flint ... [et al.].
  • 2016From: Springer
    Sam D. Hutchings.
    1. Treating the Critically Injured Military Patient / Sam D. Hutchings -- 2. Evolution and Organisation of Trauma Services / C. Andrew Eynon -- 3. Pre-hospital Management of the Critically Injured Patient / Paul S. C. Rees -- 4. The Trauma Team and Initial Management of the Critically Injured Patient / Simon J. Mercer -- 5. Haemodynamic Resuscitation Following Traumatic Haemorrhagic Shock: An Overview / William R. O. Davies and Sam D. Hutchings -- 6. Haemodynamic Optimisation of the Critically Injured Patient / William R. O. Davies and Sam D. Hutchings -- 7. Blood Product and Fluid Therapy in the Critically Injured Patient / William R. O. Davies and Sam D. Hutchings -- 8v Management of the Patient with Trauma Induced Coagulopathy / Sam D. Hutchings and Catherine M. Doran -- 9. Thoracic Trauma and Management of Ventilation in the Critically Injured Patient / Michael C. Reade -- 10. Management of Blast Related Injuries / Emrys Kirkman and Michael C. Reade -- 11. Managing Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Outside of the Neurosciences Critical Care Unit / George Evetts and Sam D. Hutchings -- 12. Management of the Critically Ill Burns Patient / Anthony D. Holley -- 13. General Surgical Problems in the Critically Injured Patient / David N. Naumann and Mark Midwinter -- 14. Orthopaedic Problems in the Critically Injured Patient / Edward Spurrier and Sarah A. Stapley -- 15. Imaging the Critically Injured Patient / David A. T. Gay and Jonathan Crighton -- 16. Management of Sedation, Analgesia and Delirium in Critically Injured Patients / Stephen Lewis and Kate Prior -- 17. Nutrition in the Critically Injured Patient / Stephanie R. Strachan and Karen Friend -- 18. Venous Thromboembolism in Critically Injured Patients / Ian Ewington -- 19. Aeromedical Evacuation and Transfer of the Critically Injured Patient / Ian Ewington.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Meryam Schouler-Ocak, editor
    Introduction -- The Relevance of Trauma in Immigrants -- Cross-cultural Communication with Traumatised Immigrants -- Cross-cultural Competence in Handling with Traumatised Immigrants -- Clinical Diagnostic of Traumatised Immigrants -- Treatment Process of Traumatized immigrant Children and Adolescent -- Trauma-centered Therapy with EMDR -- Refugees and Asylum Seeker and Trauma -- Expert Opinion of Traumatised Immigrants -- Injured Helper -- Immigrants in an Outpatient Clinic for Traumatised Immigrants -- Cross-cultural Psychotherapy with Immigrants from Operational Zone -- Therapy Concept for Traumatised Refugees in Denmark -- Rethinking Trauma as a Global Challenge.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Nick G. Lasanianos, Nikolaos K. Kanakaris, Peter V. Giannoudis, editors.
    Reporting on classification systems which are currently utilised in the clinical setting, this illustrated guide is an essential resource for all young clinicians and researchers of Trauma and Orthopaedics. Each chapter of the different anatomical sites and pathologies is designed to assist the decision making of the readers regarding treatment strategy as well as informed consent of their patients. Trauma and Orthopaedic Classifications: A Comprehensive Overview includes classifications relevant to both Elective Orthopaedic Practice and Orthopaedic Trauma. Clear graphic illustrations accompany the description of all different classification schemes in a comprehensive manner, together with a structured presentation of existing clinical evidence. Surgeons in training right through to senior surgeons and academic clinicians will find this book to be a key reference to formulate the right decisions in their clinical practice.
  • 2015From: Cambridge
    edited by Charles E. Smith.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Kai-Uwe Schmitt ... [et al.].
  • 2017From: AccessSurgery
    editors, Ernest E. Moore, David V. Feliciano, Kenneth L. Mattox.
  • 2013From: Springer
    K. Mohan Iyer, editor.
    Trauma Management in Orthopedics has been written to serve as a general introduction to the field of trauma in the field of orthopedics. It is composed of a number of commonly seen disorders and with a corresponding therapeutic pathway, clearly explained with numerous xrays and diagrams to aid the reader in their understanding of these useful procedures.The book is intended as a basic resource for trainees and junior surgeons, but will also be useful to more experienced specialists who require an easy to follow clinical guide to assist in day to day practice of orthopedic trauma management.
  • 2008From: Ovid
    [edited by] Andrew B. Peitzman ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2013From: Ovid
    Andrew B. Peitzman ... [et al.].
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by S. Di Saverio, G. Tugnoli, F. Catena, L. Ansaloni, N. Naidoo.
    Trauma surgery has increasingly become a specialized field inspired by different principles and philosophy. A good trauma surgeon is a surgeon who knows how to perform abdominal, vascular, thoracic, urologic, gynecologic, and orthopaedic procedures and is able to repair multiple traumatic injuries in the best sequence possible. In this second volume the focus is exclusively on thoracic and abdominal trauma, with coverage of injuries to all regions. The surgical techniques employed in managing such trauma are carefully described with the aid of high-quality illustrations. Exploratory surgery (via either laparotomy or laparoscopy), damage control surgery, and definitive surgery are all fully covered, and attention is drawn to important technical tips and tricks. The volume will be a handy pocket guide for trainee surgeons who are beginning to deal with severe multiple trauma patients, as well as for all general or specialty surgeons and professionals (including scrub nurses and theatre staff) who are involved in trauma care and wish to keep abreast of developments in this complex field.
  • 2014From: Springer
    S. Di Saverio, G. Tugnoli, F. Catena, L. Ansaloni, N. Naidoo, editors ; foreword by Zsolt J. Balogh.
    Trauma surgery has increasingly become a specialized field inspired by different principles and philosophy. A good trauma surgeon is a surgeon who knows how to perform abdominal vascular, thoracic, urologic, gynecologic, and orthopaedic procedures and is able to repair multiple traumatic injuries in the best sequence possible. In this first volume, practical, up-to-date guidance is provided on the optimal critical care and ICU management of trauma patients. In addition, individual chapters focus on specific injuries in orthopaedic trauma (and especially spinal trauma) and neurotrauma, with the aim of providing a fresh view of the surgical approach and practical suggestions for improving the skills of treating surgeons. Educational issues and the organization of a trauma center are also covered. The volume will be a handy pocket guide for trainee surgeons and any surgeon, physician, or nurse who treats trauma patients. It will be particularly relevant for emergency department physicians, critical care and ICU doctors, orthopaedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, and professionals responsible for trauma care and decision making, programs of trauma education, or organization of a trauma center.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Lawrence M. Gillman, Sandy Widder, Michael Blaivas, Dimitrios Karakitsos, editors.
    This is the first book exploring the unique dynamics created by a multidisciplinary trauma team and how crisis management strategies can improve teamwork and communication and, potentially, improve patient resuscitation outcomes. Crisis resource management (CRM) is integral to the way that we manage ourselves, team members, and patients during emergency situations. It is essentially the ability to translate knowledge of what needs to be done into effective actions during a crisis situation. Building on the revolutionary American College of Surgeons Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS®) course, Trauma Team Dynamics illustrates the integration of the principles of CRM to team dynamics throughout the resuscitation ? from the scene, through pre-hospital care and transport, to the trauma bay, and finally to definitive care and beyond. The editors and contributors are international experts in trauma, critical care, emergency medicine, nursing, respiratory therapy, and pre-hospital care and include NASA- and United States military-affiliated experts. Trauma Team Dynamics is intended for use as both a day-to-day clinical resource and a reference text, and includes self-assessment questions as well as guidance on CRM curriculum design and implementation.
  • editors, David V. Feliciano, Kenneth L. Mattox, Ernest E. Moore.
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  • 2013From: AccessSurgery
    editors, Kenneth L. Mattox, Ernest E. Moore, David V. Feliciano.
    Kinematics -- Epidemiology -- Injury prevention -- Trauma systems, triage, and transport -- Injury severity scoring and outcomes research -- Acute care surgery -- Prehospital care -- Disaster and mass causalty -- Rural trauma -- Initial assessment and management -- Airway management -- Management of shock -- Postinjury hemotherapy and hemostasis -- Emergency department thoracotomy -- Diagnostic and interventional radiology -- Surgeon-performed ultrasound in acute care surgery -- Principles of anesthesia and pain management -- Infectons -- Injury to the brain -- Eye -- Face -- Neck -- Vertebrae and spinal cord -- Trauma thoracotomy: principles and techniques -- Lung, trachea, and esophagus -- Heart and thoracic vascular injuries -- Trauma laparotomy: principles and techniques -- Diaphragm -- Liver and biliary tract -- Injury to the spleen -- Stomach and small bowel -- Doudenum and pancreas -- Colon and rectal trauma -- Abdominal vascular injury -- Pelvis -- Genitourinary trauma -- Trauma in pregnancy -- Trauma damage control -- Upper extremity -- Lower extremity -- Periphearl vascular injury -- Alcohol and drugs -- The pediatric patient -- The geriatric patient -- Ethics of acute care surgery -- Social violence -- Wounds, bites, and stings -- Burns and radiation -- Temperature-related syndromes: hyperthermia, hypothermia, and frostbite -- Organ procurement for transplantation -- Rehabilitation -- Modern combat casualty care -- Genomics and acute care surgery -- Trauma, medicine, and the law -- Principles of critical care -- Cardiovascular failure -- Respiratory insufficiency -- Gastrointestinal failure -- Renal failure -- Nutritional support and electrolyte management -- Multiple organ failure.
  • 2012From: Cambridge
    edited by Cristina Morganti-Kossmann, Ramesh Raghupathi, Andrew Maas
    Presents the most up-to-date clinical and experimental research in neurotrauma in an illustrated, accessible, comprehensive volume.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Jack W. Tsao.
    Overview of TBI / David F. Moore, Michael S. Jaffee, Geoffrey Ling -- Imaging diagnosis of TBI / Tuong H. Le, Shirley I. Stiver, Alisa D. Gean -- Neurocognitive assessment of mTBI / W. Huw Williams, Seb Potter, Helen Ryland, Philip Yates, James Tonks & Adam Reuben -- Management of moderate and severe TBI / Scott A. Marshall, Randy Bell, Rocco A. Armonda, Geoffrey S.F. Ling -- Sports concussion / Sharon R. Weeks, Jack W. Tsao -- Blast-related concussion / Carson Lawall -- Sleep/wake disturbances in mild traumatic brain injury patients / Michael Russo, Aimee Alphonso, Ian Murphy -- Vestibular consequences of mTBI / Michael E Hoffer, Kim Gottshall, Erik S. Viirre -- Post-traumatic headache / Jay C. Erickson, Brett J. Theeler -- Seizures after TBI / John Betjemann, Karen Parko -- Endocrine disturbances following TBI / Victoria Tepe, Arthur Guerrero -- Confronting mild TBI and Co-occurring PTSD symptoms in combat deployed service members / Justin S. Campbell, Jeffrey H. Greenberg, Jennifer M. Weil -- Behavioral and psychiatric comorbidities of TBI / Robert L. Collins, Nicholas J. Pastorek, Andra L. Teten, Thomas A. Kent -- Rehabilitation of TBI / Mel Glenn -- Interventions to improve cognitive functioning after TBI / Anthony J.-W. Chen, Tatjana Novakovic-Agopian -- Current diagnostic and therapeutic challenges / Donald W. Marion.
  • 2010From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Mark J. Ashley.
  • pt. 1-2, 2015From: ScienceDirect
    pt. 2From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Jordan Grafman, Andres M. Salazar.
    The Handbook of Clinical Neurology volume on traumatic brain injury (TBI) provides the reader with an updated review of emerging approaches to traumatic brain injury (TBI) research, clinical management and rehabilitation of the traumatic brain injury patient. Chapters in this volume range from epidemiology and pathological mechanisms of injury, and neuroprotection to long-term outcomes with a strong emphasis on current neurobiological approaches to describing the consequences and mechanisms of recovery from TBI. The book presents contemporary investigations on blast injury and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, making this state-of-the-art volume a must have for clinicians and researchers concerned with the clinical management, or investigation, of TBI.
  • 2013From: Springer
    E. Carlos Rodríguez-Merchán, editor.
    Distal femoral fractures -- Tibial plateau fractures -- Patellar fractures -- Patellar dislocations and osteochondral fractures -- Traumatic knee dislocation -- Floating knee -- Nonunion and malunion around the knee -- Knee extensor mechanism injuries -- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries -- Runner's knee and pataellar tendinopathy.
  • 2014From: Thieme Book
    Professor Gert Krischak.
    "Treatment of traumatic injuries is increasing in importance for physical therapists active in hospitals and private practice. In addition to the bone, joint, and soft tissue injuries incurred in sports, physical therapists are seeing more and more traumas associated with aging and with high-speed accidents. This great variety of injury types increases the complexity of treatment. Moreover, in recent years there has been a growing demand for the most complete restoration possible of both physical and psychological function. This is the principal objective of aftercare. Accordingly, this book focuses on a comprehensive presentation of individual injuries and their effect on function, as well as the guidelines and potential results of physical therapy treatment. It is addressed to students, practitioners, and teachers of physical therapy who must master and apply an understanding of the whole range of injuries, their consequences, and their treatment. "--Provided by publisher.
  • Marie, Pierre.
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  • 2008From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Elaine C. Jung, Christopher Sanford.
    Here2s a handy, portable guide to preventing, evaluating, and managing diseases that can be acquired in tropical environments and foreign countries! Whether you2re a physician, traveler, or both, this respected manual is your perfect source for quick, easy access to the latest travel medicine information. New updates and additional material are presented in a sleek new design that offers rapid access to the content you need. The fourth edition features more critical content than ever before--including new evidence-based recommendations and new maps and illustrations. From pre-travel advice and immunizations to the diagnosis and treatment of a full range of travel-related illnesses, you2ll have all the information you need to avoid, recognize, and treat illnesses acquired away from home in a convenient, pocket size guide. Illustrates key concepts with visual guidance from dynamic new images. Offers evidence-based treatment recommendations to enable you to manage diseases confidently. Provides access to need-to-know information quickly in a convenient, pocket size for excellent portability. Features 7 major sections, color-coded for quick answers: Pre-travel Advice Advice for Special Travelers Fever Diarrhea Skin Lesions Sexually Transmitted Diseases Worms.
  • 2013From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Jay S. Keystone [and others].
    This 3rd Edition, by Jay S. Keystone, Phyllis E. Kozarsky, David O. Freedman, Hans D. Nothdruft, and Bradley A. Connor, prepares you and your patients for any travel-related illness they may encounter. Consult this resource for best practices on everything from immunizations and pre-travel advice to essential post-travel screening. From domestic cruises to far-flung destinations, this guide offers a wealth of practical guidance on all aspects of travel medicine. New to this edition: Effectively protect your patients before they travel with new information on immunizations and emerging and re-emerging disease strains, including traveler's thrombosis. Update your knowledge of remote destinations and the unique perils they present. Stay abreast of best practices for key patient populations, with new chapters on the migrant patient, humanitarian aid workers, medical tourism, and mass gatherings, as well as updated information on pediatric and adolescent patients.
  • [edited by] Hans Steiner, with Rebecca Hall.
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    General principles / Hans Steiner, Rebecca Hall, Julia Huemer -- Disruptive behavior disorders / Whitney Daniels, Michael Kelly, Kathleen Ares, Katie Kaszynski, Niranjan Karnik -- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) / Michael Kelly -- Learning and executive cognitive functions / Ahmed Khan, Brianna Bendixsen, Lynne Baldwin, Diana Barrett, Richard Abbey.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Zipora Shechtman.
    Intends to conceptualize aggression as a symptom of underlying behavioural and emotional problems and examines the psychology of perpetrators and the power dynamics that foster intentionally hurtful behaviour in young people. This book details how bibliotherapy offers relevant treatment and can be implemented with individuals and groups.
  • 2009From: Springer
    edited by Johnny L. Matson, Frank Andrasik, Michael L. Matson.
    History of treatment in children with developmental disabilities and psychopathology / Jonathan Wilkins and Johnny L. Matson -- Applied behavior analysis and the treatment of childhood psychopathology and developmental disabilities / Joel E. Ringdahl and Terry S. Falcomata -- Cognitive behavior therapy / Ellen Flannery-Schroeder and Alexis N. Lamb -- Parent-training interventions / Nicholas Long, Mark C. Edwards, and Jayne Bellando -- Conduct disorders / Christopher T. Barry ... [et al.] -- Treatment of Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) / Ditza Zachor, Bart Hodgens, and Cryshelle Patterson -- PTSD, anxiety, and phobia / Thompson E. Davis III -- Treatment strategies for depression in youth / Martha C. Tompson and Kathryn Dingman Boger -- Medication treatment of bipolar disorder in developmentally disabled children and adolescents / Zinoviy A. Gutkovich and Gabrielle A. Carlson -- Treatment of autism spectrum disorders / Mary Jane Weiss, Kate Fiske, and Suzannah Ferraioli -- Treatment of self-injurious behaviour in children with intellectual disabilities / Frederick Furniss and Asit B. Biswas -- Communication, language, and literacy learning in children with developmental disabilities / Erna Alant, Kitty Uys, and Kerstin Tönsing -- Eating disorders / David H. Gleaves, Janet D. Latner, and Suman Ambwani -- Treatment of pediatric feeding disorders / Cathleen C. Piazza, Henry S. Roane, and Heather J. Kadey.
  • K.D. Stark, M. Yancy, J. Simpson, S. Schnoebelen, J. Hargrave, & J. Molnar.
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  • K.D. Stark, J. Simpson, S. Schnoebelen, J. Hargrave, J. Molnar, & R. Glen.
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  • 2017From: ScienceDirect
    Jonathan Tarbox, Taira Lanagan Bermudez.
    Treating Feeding Challenges in Autism: Turning the Tables on Mealtime distills existing research on feeding disorders treatment into the very best, most effective and most practical strategies for practitioners to implement with their clients who have autism and other developmental and behavioral disorders. The book focuses on the few but highly effective feeding treatment procedures that work in the large percentage of cases. The book describes each procedure in practical, how-to language, with the goal of explaining how to implement them in the real-life settings in which practitioners actually work. The book includes a large variety of sample datasheets, intervention plans and graphs of sample data to serve as practical examples to guide clinicians through the process of selecting, implementing, analyzing and troubleshooting feeding interventions.
  • Zhaoqing Ding.
    Microglia are the resident tissue macrophages of the central nervous system (CNS) parenchyma. While less than 20% of the cellular composition of the CNS is made up of by microglia, they play many roles in the CNS ranging from tissue remodeling, maintenance and repair to protecting the CNS against insults, both foreign- and self-derived. It is not surprising that microglia dysfunction has been shown to contribute to major neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) as well ass [sic] lesser-known diseases such as Nasu-Hakola disease. Unfortunately, the ability to modulate microglia to beneficially modify neurodegenerative diseases remains limited. This dissertation illustrates how an antiviral and a hypertension medication ameliorate disease in animal models of neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration by modulating the cellular and molecular functions of microglia.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Lee E. Ponsky (editor-in-chief) ; Donald B. Fuller, Robert M. Meier, C-M Charlie Ma (co-editors).
  • 2007From: Springer
    Harold C. Urschel, Jr. (editor-in-chief) ; John J. Kresl ... [et al.] ; foreword by E. Thomson.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 1870-From: Google Books
    Hutchison, Joseph Chrisman.
    Also available: Print – 1904.
  • 1859-From: Google Books
    tr. from the French by a physician.
    Also available: Print – 1859-
  • v. 1-2, 1876.From: Google Books
    Fulltext (v. 2)From: Google Books
    Playfair, W. S.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 1876.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Henry M. Staines, Sanjeev Krishna, editors.
    Malaria has defeated previous efforts at eradication and remains a massive global public health problem despite being readily preventable and treatable. It is a devastating disease that also extracts huge economic costs from the poorest countries in endemic regions. Starting with an overview of the disease and its current political, financial and technical context, this Milestones in Drug Therapy volume describes the history, chemistry, mechanisms of action and resistance, preclinical and clinical use, pharmacokinetics and safety and tolerability of the current range of antimalarial drugs. There is particular emphasis on artemisinins and related peroxides, as these drugs have now become the frontline treatment for malaria. Next generation antimalarials, molecular markers for detecting resistance, the importance of diagnostics and disease prevention are also covered in detail.
  • Beckman, Harry.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013Limited to 1 simultaneous usersFrom: ProQuest Ebook Central
    James Lock, Daniel Le Grange ; foreword by Gerald Russell.
    "This indispensable manual presents the Maudsley method, the leading family-based treatment for adolescents with anorexia nervosa (AN). What sets this approach apart is the central role played by parents throughout treatment. The authors are prominent experts who describe how to mobilize families to promote the patient's weight restoration and healthy eating, improve parent-child relationships, and get adolescent development back on track. Each phase of therapy is described in session-by-session detail. In-depth case illustrations show how to engage clients while flexibly implementing the validated treatment procedures"-- Provided by publisher.
  • prepared for Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ; prepared by Duke Evidence-based Practice Center ; investigators, Sana M. Al-Khatib, Nancy Allen Lapointe, Ranee Chatterjee, Matthew J. Crowley, Matthew E. Dupre, David F. Kong, Renato D. Lopes, Thomas J. Povsic, Shveta S. Raju, Bimal R. Shah, Andrzej Kosinski, Amanda J. McBroom, Megan M. Chobot, Rebecca Gray, Gillian D. Sanders.
    OBJECTIVES: There are two generally accepted strategies for managing atrial fibrillation (AF): rate control and rhythm control. However, within each strategic approach there are a large number of potential pharmacological and nonpharmacological therapies, and the comparative safety and effectiveness of these therapies--both within and between strategies--are uncertain. DATA SOURCES: We searched PubMed(r), Embase(r), and the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews for relevant English-language comparative studies. REVIEW METHODS: Two investigators screened each abstract and full-text article for inclusion, abstracted data, rated quality and applicability, and graded evidence. When possible, random-effects models were used to compute summary estimates of effects. RESULTS: Our review included 182 articles (148 unique studies): 14 studies relevant to rate-control drugs, 3 relevant to strict versus lenient rate control, 6 relevant to rate-control procedures versus drugs in patients for whom initial pharmacotherapy was ineffective, 42 relevant to antiarrhythmic drugs and electrical cardioversion for conversion to sinus rhythm, 83 relevant to rhythm-control procedures and drugs for maintenance of sinus rhythm, and 14 focusing on the comparison of rate- and rhythm-control strategies. Our ability to draw conclusions for the Key Questions addressing rate-control strategies was limited by the small number of available studies that assessed comparable therapies and outcomes, although we found a high strength of evidence for consistent benefit of calcium channel blockers (verapamil or diltiazem) compared with digoxin for ventricular rate control. For comparisons of methods for electrical cardioversion for conversion to sinus rhythm, there was high strength of evidence that use of a single biphasic waveform was more effective than use of a single monophasic waveform (odds ratio [OR] 4.39; 95% confidence interval [CI], 2.84 to 6.78) and that a 200 Joules (J) biphasic shock was less effective than a 360 J monophasic shock (OR 0.16; 95% CI, 0.05 to 0.53). Drug enhancement of external electrical cardioversion demonstrated a benefit compared with no drug enhancement (moderate strength of evidence), but data evaluating whether any one antiarrhythmic agent was more effective than others at restoring sinus rhythm were inconclusive. Our review found high strength of evidence supporting pulmonary vein isolation (PVI) versus antiarrhythmic drugs for maintenance of sinus rhythm in a select subset of patients (those with paroxysmal AF who were younger and with no more than mild structural heart disease; OR 6.51; 95% CI, 3.22 to 13.16) and moderate strength of evidence for adding a surgical Maze procedure at the time of other cardiac surgery (specifically mitral valve surgery) as opposed to mitral valve surgery alone (OR 5.80; 95% CI, 1.79 to 18.81). Comparing rate- and rhythm-control strategies, there was moderate strength of evidence supporting comparable efficacy with regard to all-cause mortality (OR 1.34; 95% CI, 0.89 to 2.02); cardiovascular mortality (OR 0.96; 95% CI, 0.77 to 1.20); stroke (OR 0.99; 95% CI, 0.76 to 1.30); and bleeding events (OR 1.10; 95% CI, 0.87 to 1.38). Cardiovascular hospitalizations were lower with rate-control strategies than with rhythm-control strategies (OR 0.25; 95% CI, 0.14 to 0.43; high strength of evidence). We were unable to conclude whether treatment effects varied by patient characteristics due to the paucity of studies that focused on specific patient subgroups. CONCLUSIONS: In assessing clinical outcomes associated with rate- versus rhythm-control strategies, our review of recent evidence agrees with prior reviews demonstrating little overall difference in outcomes between these two strategic approaches. Uncertainties still exist within specific subgroups of interest, among the wide variety of pharmacological and procedural therapies within each strategic approach, and in the impact of strategies on long-term clinical outcomes. Specifically, our review highlights the need for additional studies evaluating final outcomes such as mortality, stroke, and cardiovascular hospitalizations.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Bilal Chughtai, Alexis E. Te, Steven A. Kaplan, editors.
    Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: Modern Techniques is an up-to-date review of modern techniques used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia. It provides a comprehensive review of both office and operating room based techniques. Both electrosurgical and laser based techniques are covered.These include high powered 532 nm laser photoselective laser vaporization of the prostate (PVP), holmium laser enucleation/ablation of the prostate (HoLEP/HoLAP), and Bipolar Electrovaporization of the Prostate (Bipolar EVP/Bipolar TURP). In addition, a comprehensive review of office based techniques and future therapies currently being developed is presented. Each of these techniques are presented in a balanced fashion with a focus on modern literature. Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: Modern Techniques will be of great value to Urologists, Urology Residents, Iternists, and Family Practitioners.
  • 2017From: Oxford Medicine Online
    edited by André F. Carvalho, Eduard Vieta.
    The current classification of bipolar disorders / Gin S. Malhi and Yulisha Byrow -- Should the bipolar disorders be modelled dimensionally or categorically? / Gordon Parker and Amelia Paterson -- The treatment of bipolar disorder on its early stages / Ajeet B. Singh, Harris A. Eyre, Edward Callaly and Michael Berk -- Evidence-based treatment of mania / Bernardo Ng and Mauricio Tohen -- The treatment of bipolar mixed states / Sarah Kittel-Schneider -- The treatment of rapid cycling bipolar disorder / Konstantinos N. Fountoulakis and Dimos Dimellis -- Evidence-based treatment of bipolar depression / Mark A. Frye, Paul E. Croarkin, Marin Veldic, Malik M. Nassan, Katherine M. Moore, Simon Kung, Susannah J. Tye, William V. Bobo, and Jennifer L. Vande Voort -- Evidence-based maintenance treatment of bipolar disorder / Dina Popovic and Eduard Vieta -- The treatment of bipolar II disorder / Lakshmi N. Yatham and Muralidharan Kesavan -- The treatment of cyclothymia / Giulio Perugi, Giulia Vannucchi, and Lorenzo Mazzarini -- Psychological interventions for early stage bipolar disorder / Jan Scott -- Psychotherapeutic interventions for bipolar disorder / María Reinares -- The role of psychoeducation in the management of bipolar disorder / Francesc Colom -- Functional remediation therapy for bipolar disorder / Carla Torrent, Caterina del Mar Bronnin, and Anabel Martinez-Arán -- Predominant polarity, polarity index, and treatment selection in bipolar disorder / Sabrina C. da Costa, Joao L. de Quevedo, and André F. Carvalho -- The assessment and management of suicide risk in bipolar disorder / Zoltán Rihmer, Xénia Gonda, and Péter Döme -- Treatment implications for bipolar disorder co-occurring with anxiety syndromes and substance abuse / Gustavo H. Vásquez, Alberto Forte, Sebastián Camino, Leonardo Tondo, and Ross J. Baldessarini -- The impact of psychiatric co-morbidity in the treatment of bipolar disorder / Anna I. Guerdjikova, Paul E. Keck, Jr, and Susan L. McElroy -- Bidirectional relationships between general medical conditions and bipolar disorder / Nefize Yalin, Danilo Arnone, and Allan Young -- The treatment of bipolar disorder in women / Danielle Balzafiore, Thalia Robakis, Sarah Borish, Vena Budhan, and Natalie Rasgon -- The treatment of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents / Philip Hazell -- The treatment of bipolar disorder in the elderly / Gilberto Sousa Alves, Felipe Kenji Sudo, and Johannes Pantel -- The management of treatment-resistant bipolar disorder / Salih Selek, Ives Cavalcante Passos, and Jair C. Soares -- Staging and neuroprogression in bipolar disorder / Ives Cavalcante Passos and Flávio Kapczinski -- Pharmacotherapy of bipolar disorder / Vicent Balanzá-Martínez, Sofia Brissos, Maria Lacruz, and Rafael Tabarés-Seisdedos -- Cognitive enhancement in bipolar disorder / Kamilla W. Miskowiak and Lars V. Kessing -- The role of electroconvulsive therapy in the treatment of bipolardisorder / Roumen Milev -- Neuromodulatory approaches for bipolar disorder / Andre Russsowsky Brunoni, Bernando de Sampaio Pereira Júnior, and Izio Klein -- The role of complementary and alternative therapies for the management of bipolar disorder / Arun V. Ravindran and Tricia L. da Silva -- Novel therapeutic targets for bipolar disorder / Ioline D. Henter and Rodrigo Machado-Vieira -- The treatment of bipolar disorder in the era of personalized medicine / Chiara Fabbri and Alessandro Serretti.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Per-Ulf Tunn (ed.).
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • 2015From: Springer
    edited by Timothy R. Deer, Michael S. Leong, Albert L. Ray.
    1. Pain as a Perceptual Experience -- 2. Neuroplasticity, Sensitization, and Pain -- 3. Muscle Pain Treatment -- 4. Addictive Disorders and Pain -- 5. The "Five-Minute" Mental Status Examination of Persons with Pain -- 6. The Psychological Assessment of Patients with Chronic Pain -- 7. Psychological Therapies -- 8. Billing Psychological Services for Patients with Chronic Pain -- 9. Hypnosis and Pain Control -- 10. Acupuncture -- 11. Manual Therapies -- 12. Treatment of Chronic Painful Musculoskeletal Injuries and Diseases with Regenerative Injection Therapy (RIT): Regenerative Injection Therapy Principles and Practice -- 13. Interdisciplinary Functional Restoration and Pain Programs -- 14. Pain and Spirituality -- 15. Pain Disparity: Assessment and Traditional Medicine -- 16. Sleep and Chronic Pain -- 17. Empowerment: A Pain Caregiver?s Perspective -- 18. Patient and Caregiver?s Perspective -- 19. Pain Medicine in Older Adults: How Should It Differ? -- 20. Pain Medicine and Primary Care: The Evolution of a Population-Based Approach to Chronic Pain as a Public Health Problem -- 21. Pain Care Beyond the Medical Practice Office: Utilizing Patient Advocacy, Education, and Support Organizations -- 22. Neonatal Pain -- 23. Assessing Disability in the Pain Patient -- 24. The Double Effect: In Theory and in Practice -- 25. Failure to Treat Pain.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Timothy R. Deer, editor-in-chief, Michael S. Leong, associate editor-in-chief, Asokumar Buvanendran, Philip S. Kim, Sunil J. Panchal, associate editors.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Timothy R. Deer, editor-in-chief, Michael S. Leong, associate editor-in-chief, Vitaly Gordin, associate editor.
    1. A Survey of Systems Involved in Nociceptive Processing -- 2. Pharmacogenomics of Pain Management -- 3. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs -- 4. The Role of Antidepressants in the Treatment of Chronic Pain -- 5. Anticonvulsant Medications for Treatment of Neuropathic and "Functional" Pain -- 6. NMDA Receptor Antagonists in the Treatment of Pain -- 7. Role of Muscle Relaxants in the Treatment of Pain -- 8. Topical Analgesics -- 9. Sleep Aids -- 10. Clinical Use of Opioids -- 11. Opioid Adverse Effects and Opioid-Induced Hypogonadism -- 12. Acute Management of the Opioid-Dependent Patient -- 13. Opioids and the Law -- 14. Methadone for Chronic Pain -- 15. Toxicology Screening for Opioids -- 16. Monitoring Drug Use and Abuse: The Evolution of a Paradigm -- 17. Polypharmacy and Drug Interaction -- 18. Role of Cannabinoids in Pain Management -- 19. The Future of Pain Pharmacotherapy.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Marie Lodén, Howard I. Maibach, editors.
    Development of moisturizers is a scientific and artistic discipline, where consumer insights are also needed. This new book bridges the gap between the moisturizers and the skin by covering all the essential information required to tailor the use of moisturizers to particular disorders and patients. Important aspects of skin biochemistry and barrier function are explained, and the ingredients and treatment effects of moisturizers are explored in depth. Careful attention is paid to controversies, including the role of certain moisturizers in inducing dryness/eczema, asthma, and comedones. The information provided in this unique book will enable the reader to go beyond the traditional thinking regarding skin care. The novel insights offered will suggest the properties required for a new generation of moisturizing treatments that more effectively improve the quality of life.
  • Early Breast Cancer Trialists' Collaborative Group (EBCTCG).
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    v. 1. Worldwide evidence 1985-1990.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Margo Maine, Beth Hartman McGilley, Douglas W. Bunnell.
    I. Bridging the Gap : The Overview -- -- A perfect biopsychosocial storm : gender, culture, and eating disorders / Margo Maine and Douglas W. Bunnell -- What's weight go to do with it? Weight neutrality in the health at every size paradigm and its implications for clinical practice / Deborah Burgard -- Neuroscience : contributions to the understanding and treatment of eating disorders / Francine Lapides -- Are media an important medium for clinicians? Mass media, eating disorders, and the bolder model of treatment, prevention, and advocacy / Michael P. Levine -- -- II. Bridging the Gap : Diagnosis and Treatment -- -- The assessment process : refining the clinical evaluation of patients with eating disorders / Drew A. Anderson, Jackson M. Lavender, and Kyle P. De Young -- Medical assessment of eating disorders / Edward P. Tyson -- Psychiatric medication : management, myths, and mistakes / Martha M. Peaslee Levine and Richard L. Levine -- Nutritional impact on the recovery process / Jillian K. Croll -- Science or art? Integrating symptom management into psychodynamic treatment of eating disorders / Nancy L. Cloak and Pauline S. Powers -- New pathways : applying acceptance and commitment therapy to the treatment of eating disorders / Kathy Kater -- Outpatient treatment of anorexia nervosa following weight restoration : practical and conceptual issues / Richard A. Gordon -- Recipe for recovery : necessary ingredients for the client's and clinician's success / Beth Hartman McGilley and Jacqueline K. Szablewski -- -- III. Bridging the Gap : Special Populations -- -- Borderline personlity and eating disorders : a chaotic crossroads / Randy A. Sansone and Lori A. Sansone -- Managing the eating disorder patient with a comorbid substance use disorder / Amy Baker Dennis and Bethany L. Helfman -- Comorbid trauma and eating disorders : treatment considerations and recommendations for a vulnerable population / Diann M. Ackard and Timothy D. Brewster -- Healing self-inflicted violence in adolescents with eating disorders : a unified treatment approach / Kimberly Dennis and Jancey Wickstrom -- The weight-bearing years : eating disorders and body image despair in adult women / Margo Maine -- Men with eating disorders : the art and science of treatment engagement / Douglas W. Bunnell IV. Bridging the Gap : Family Issues -- -- Mutuality and motivation in the treatiment of eating disorders : connecting with patients and families for change / Mary Tantillo and Jennifer Sanftner -- When helping hurts : the role of the family and significant others in the treatment of eating disorders / Judith Brisman -- The most painful gaps : family perspectives on the treatment of eating disorders / Robbie Munn ... [et al.] -- -- V. Bridging the Gap : Mind, Body, and Spirit -- -- The role of spirituality in eating disorder treatment and recovery / Michael E. Berrett, Randy K. Hardman and P. Scott Richards -- The case for integrating mindfulness in the treatment of eating disorders / Kimberli McCallum -- The use of holistic methods to integrate the shattered self / Adrienne Ressler, Susan Kleinman and Elisa Mott -- Incorporating exercise into eating disorder treatment and recovery : cultivating a mindful approach / Rachel M. Calogero and Kelly N. Pedrotty-Stump -- Body talk : the use of metaphor and storytelling in body image treatment / Anita Johnston -- -- VI. Bridging the Gap : Future Direction -- -- The research/practice gap : challenges and opportunities for the eating disorder treatment professional / Judith D. Banker and Kelly L. Klump.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Andrea Celli, Luigi Celli, Bernard F. Morrey [editors].
    1. Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Elbow / A. Celli -- 2. The Clinical Examination of the Elbow / A. Hinssche, D. Stanley -- 3. Imaging of the Elbow / V. Spina, L. Baldini -- 4. Elbow Surgical Approaches / A. Celli, L. Celli -- 5. The Treatment of Distal Humerus Fractures / S.W. O'Driscoll -- 6. The Fractures of the Olecranon / J.E. Adams, S.P. Steinmann -- 7. The Radial Head Fractures / M.W. Hartman, S.P. Steinmann -- 8. The Treatment of Coronoid Fractures and their Complications / A.G. Schneeberger -- 9. Lateral Collateral Ligament Injury / D. Stanley -- 10. The Complex Dislocations of the Elbow / G.J.W. King -- 11. The Fracture-Dislocation of the Forearm (Monteggia and Essex-Lopresti Lesions) / A. Celli, M.C. Marongiu, M. Fontana, L. Celli -- 12. The Instability after Radial Head Excision / S.L. Jensen -- 13. The Radial Head Prosthesis: Historical Perspective / C. Rovesta, C. Minervini, G. Bonanno, L. Celli -- 14. The Swanson Radial Head Prosthesis / B. Martinelli -- 15. Bipolar Radial Head Prosthesis / A. Celli -- 16. Evolve Modular Metallic Radial Head Arthroplasty / G.J.W. King -- 17. Radial Head Prosthetic Replacement with the Avanta Implant / B.F. Morrey -- 18. Radial Head Replacement with a Pyrocarbon Head Prothesis: Preliminary Results of a Multicentric Prospective Study / Y. Allieu, M. Winter, J.P. Pequignot, P. De Mourgues -- 19. Elbow Stiffness / A. Celli, L. Celli -- 20. The Arthroscopic Treatment of the Stiff Elbow / S.W. O'Driscoll -- 21. The Surgery of Neglected Distal Humerus Fractures in Children and Adults / L.P. Müller, M. Hansen, B.F. Morrey, K.J. Prommersberger, P.M. Rommens -- 22. Total Elbow Replacement for Rheumatoid Arthritis / B.F. Morrey -- 23. Total Elbow Arthroplasty in Acute Fracture / A. Celli -- 24. Latitude Convertible Total Elbow Prosthesis / G.J.W. King, K. Yamaguchi, S.W. O'Driscoll -- 25. Total Elbow Arthroplasty for Post-traumatic Arthrosis / A.G. Schneeberger, B.F. Morrey -- 26. Revision of Failed Elbow Arthroplasty / B.F. Morrey -- 27. Elbow Nerve Tunnel Syndromes / A. Celli, C. Rovesta, M.C. Marongiu -- 28. Traumatic Isolated Lesions of Musculocutaneous Nerve / C. Rovesta, M.C. Marongiu, G. Bonanno, A. Celli, L. Celli -- 29. The Traumatic Nerve-Vascular Lesions / R. Adani, G. Leo, L. Tarallo -- 30. The Utility of Continuous Axial Brachial Plexus Catheters after Surgery / F. Gazzotti, L.V. Indrizzi, G. Magni, E. Bertellini, A. Tassi -- 31. Elbow Brace in Physical Therapy / R. Rotini, A. Marinelli.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Heinz Mehlhorn, Zhongdao Wu, Bin Ye, editors.
    This book intensively examines the efficacy of plant-derived products that have been used for over a thousand years by practitioners of so-called Traditional Chinese Medicine in the light of recent chemotherapeuticals. The chapters were written by renowned Chinese medical researchers and are supplemented by results obtained in German antiparasitic research projects. Parasites and emerging diseases are a major threat of our time, which is characterized by an enormous increase in the size of the human population and by an unbelievably rapid globalization that has led to the daily transport of millions of humans and containers with goods from one end of the earth to the other. Furthermore the slow but constant global warming offers new opportunities for many agents of diseases to become established in new areas. Therefore it is essential that we develop precautions in order to avoid epidemics or even pandemics in overcrowded megacities or at the large-scale farm animal confinements that are needed to secure a steady flow of food in the crowded regions of the world. Of course intensive research in the field of chemotherapy since 1900 has produced unbelievable breakthroughs in therapies for formerly untreatable and thus deadly diseases. However, a large number of untreatable diseases remain, as well as a constantly growing number of agents of disease that have developed resistances to standard chemical compounds.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    written by Jane Lyttleton ; forewords by Steven Clavey, Gavin Sacks.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Murad Alam, Sirunya Silapunt.
    Venous anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology -- Presentations of venous disease -- Patient evaluation: history and physical examination -- Lower extremity ultrasound: diagnostic and therapeutic applications -- Overview of therapy for leg veins -- Sclerotherapy -- Laser surgery -- Ambulatory phlebectomy -- Endovenous thermal ablation -- Venous stripping and subfascial endoscopic perforator surgery (SEPS) -- Indications for surgery today: an historic review of varicose vein treatment -- Compression therapy.
  • prepared for, Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Quality Enhancement Research Initiative, Health Services Research & Development Service ; prepared by, Evidence-based Synthesis Program (ESP) Center, West Los Angeles VA Medical Center ; principal investigators, Paul G. Shekelle, Alicia R. Maher ; research associates, Isomi M. Miake-Lye, Jessica M. Beroes.
    Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in both men and women in the United States, and male Veterans seeking care at VA hospitals have a much higher age-specific incidence of lung cancer than males in the general population. The personal and economic significance of lung cancer has led to a vast research endeavor to try and identify new and more effective treatments. Most patients with lung cancer are diagnosed when the cancer is already advanced (stage IIIB or IV), and they are no longer candidates for surgical resection. Small cell lung cancer and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) are different diseases in terms of treatment. Until recently, all therapies for advanced NSCLC were based on their cytotoxic properties. In the last few years, several novel agents aimed at specific molecular targets have been developed. This review was requested to evaluate the current evidence on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of treatments for advanced lung cancer.
  • 2007From: Springer
    M. Sofue, N. Endo (eds.).
  • 2015From: Springer
    Angelo Di Giorgio, Enrico Pinto, editors ; in collaboration with Paolo Sammartino, Franco Roviello ; foreword by Giorgio De Toma.
    This monograph summarizes state of the art knowledge regarding peritoneal surface malignancies, with in-depth description of treatment options and the results achieved to date. It explores the most challenging problems on the basis of the authorsĺl very extensive clinical experience and examines the most relevant clinical trials. A comprehensive summary is provided of all phase 2 studies (the only available completed studies) and of ongoing and future phase 3 studies. Particular attention is paid to the results of integrated treatment comprising cytoreduction (peritonectomy) and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC). Helpful background information is also included on the definition and clinical assessment of each clinical form. The book, drawing on data from the entire Italian experience as well as world literature, will be an outstanding benchmark for health professionals and researchers.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Miguel A. Cuesta, H. Jaap Bonjer, editors.
    Any surgical intervention, elective or acute, may lead to postoperative complications. Moreover, the pertaining approach - laparoscopic or open - will probably not differ in the morbidity rate after surgery. Complications that occur after a surgical intervention can be classified as major or minor. Major complications to the digestive tract after surgery imply in most of cases a leakage of an anastomosis, bleeding in the abdominal cavity or in the tract, the appearance of intraperitoneal abscesses, or surgical site infections and wound dehiscence. These complications, depending on the organ affected, upper GI, HPB tract or colorectal, are associated with high morbidity and mortality. Early suspicion and diagnosis, followed by an early and effective treatment is imperative in order to reduce the morbidity and mortality. Adequate treatment will involve a good coordination of the three disciplines involved in treatment: the surgeon, the intervention radiologist, and the gastroenterologist. Approach of these postoperative complications is changing constantly and these changes are not properly known by general and more specialized digestive surgeons daily involved in the treatment of these diseases. The proposal for this book is to offer a systematic description of the most frequent complications occurring in the three above mentioned parts of the digestive tract. In this way, the reader will have access to a practical book in which every current complication can be easily recognized, along with relevant information as guide for an adequate treatment.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Brendan Madden, editor.
    1. The pathophysiology, presentation and diagnostic investigation of pulmonary hypertension -- 2. Molecular biological aspects, therapeutic targets and new treatment strategies -- 3. Current treatment strategies, guidelines and new therapies -- 4. The role of surgery in pulmonary hypertension -- 5. Putting it all together -- Index.
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Mark G. Lebwohl [and others].
    Treatment of Skin Disease is your definitive source for managing the complete range of dermatologic conditions you're likely to encounter in practice. This medical reference book boasts an intuitive and easy to use format that covers the full spectrum of options, equipping you with not only standard treatment strategies, but second- and third-line therapies for instances when other alternatives fail. You'll be thoroughly prepared to offer your patients the expertly informed medical care they deserve when facing common or complex dermatologic diseases. Address your most difficult clinical challenges by having every possible therapy option at your disposal, including third- and fourth-line therapies, as well as standard treatments for dermatologic disorders. Apply the in-depth knowledge of leading dermatologists through a summary of each treatment strategy along with detailed discussions of treatment choices. Gain insight to the essential features which define each dermatologic disease with chapters presented in a tabular format, using checklists of diagnostic and investigative pearls and color-coded boxed text, for quick at-a-glance summaries of key details. Seamlessly search the full text and access the Gold Standard drug database online at Expert Consult.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Robert F. Kushner, Daniel H. Bessesen, editors.
    This is a timely and informative updated volume for all health care providers challenged with helping patients manage weight. Similar to the well-reviewed first edition, Treatment of the Obese Patient, Second Edition is directed toward individuals who wish to read further about targeted topics, rather than find an introduction to the field. This second edition again provides insights into recent scientific advances in obesity research and provides the most up-to-date instruction about current treatment issues and strategies for both adults and children. An essential, practical text that sorts, synthesizes, and interprets the latest information on obesity-related topics, Treatment of the Obese Patient, Second Edition, is an essential resource for clinical endocrinologists and other health care providers across a broad spectrum of specialties.
  • 2007From: Springer
    edited by Robert F. Kushner, Daniel H. Bessesen.
    Neuroregulation of appetite / Ofer Reizes, Stephen C. Benoit, and Deborah J. Clegg -- Gut peptides / Vian Amber and Stephen R. Bloom -- Endocannabanoids and energy homeostasis / Stephen C. Woods and Daniela Cota -- Obesity and adipokines / Nicole H. Rogers, Martin S. Obin, and Andrew S. Greenberg -- Free fatty acids, insulin resistance, and ectopic fat / David E. Kelley -- Critical importance of the perinatal period in the development of obesity / Barry E. Levin -- Measurement of body composition in obesity / Jennifer L. Kuk and Robert Ross -- Energy expenditure in obesity / Leanne M. Redman and Eric Ravussin -- Socioeconomics of obesity / Roland Sturm and Yuhua Bao -- Assessment of the obese patient / Daniel H. Bessesen -- Polycystic ovarian syndrome / Romana Dmitrovic and Richard S. Legro -- Weight management in diabetes prevention : translating the Diabetic Prevention Program into clinical practice / F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer -- Reductions in dietary energy density as a weight management strategy / Jenny H. Ledikwe ... [et al.] -- Glycemic index, obesity, and diabetes / Cara B. Ebbeling and David S. Ludwig -- Low-carbohydrate diets / Angela P. Makris and Gary D. Foster -- Physical activity and obesity / John M. Jakicic ... [et al.] --Motivational interviewing in medical settings : application to obesity conceptual issues and evidence review / Ken R. Resnicow and Abdul Shaikh -- Weight-loss drugs : current and on the horizon / George A. Bray and Frank L. Greenway -- Surgical approaches and outcomes : treatment of the obese patient / George L. Blackburn and Vivian M. Sanchez -- Managing micronutrient deficiencies in the bariatric surgical patient / Robert F. Kushner -- Lessons learned from the national weight control registry / James O. Hill ... [et al.] -- Pediatric obesity / Lawrence D. Hammer.
  • editor, Rogerio Lobo.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2013From: Springer
    Hiroshi Takami, editor-in-chief; Yasuhiro Ito, Hitoshi Noguchi, Akira Yoshida, Takahiro Okamoto, editors.
    Creating clinical guidelines is a modern trend. Published studies pertaining to a given theme are collected, their credibility evaluated, and then treatment options in the form of evidence-based guidelines are offered. There are a number of guidelines for the treatment of thyroid tumors that have established positions in clinical practice in North America and in Western European countries. In Japan, however, where radioisotope facilities are of limited availability, treatment plans for differentiated thyroid cancer differ considerably from those of America and Europe, and the associated clinical guidelines need modification before they can be adopted. In addition, although thyroid tumor is a common disease in endocrine practice, its management can differ even among specialists. Thus, a Japanese clinical guideline for the treatment of thyroid tumor was desired by many clinicians. As a combination of evidence-based and consensus-based guidelines for the treatment of thyroid tumor, this book offers alternatives to conventional approaches in the West. Ultimately, the authors hope the guideline will lead to the best possible treatment for patients all over the world in the not-distant future.
  • 2010From: WHO
    Also available: Print – 2010
  • PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2014From: ScienceDirect
    Neal Adams, Diane Grieder.
    Section I: Land of Opportunity -- The health care landscape -- Introduction -- Person-centered care -- Whole health -- Shared decision making -- Wagner care model -- Health care reform -- Medical necessity -- Integrated care -- Workforce changes -- Trauma-informed care -- DSM-5TM -- Ready to go -- Section II: Getting Started -- Assessment -- Stating the case -- Creating the solution -- Making it happen -- Understanding needs: the integrated summary -- Stating the case -- Creating the solution -- Making it happen -- Section III: On the Road -- Setting goals -- Stating the case -- Creating the solution -- Making it happen -- Focusing on change: identifying barriers and specifying objectives -- Stating the case -- Creating the solution -- Making it happen -- Interventions -- Stating the case -- Creating the solution -- Making it happen -- Journey's End: The Destination -- Evaluating the process -- Stating the case -- Creating the solution -- Making it happen.
  • 2007From: Ovid
    editor, Faiz M. Khan.
    Also available: Print – 2007
  • 2012From: Ovid
    editors, Faiz M. Khan, Bruce J. Gerbi.
    "With the advent of computer technology and medical imaging, treatment planning in radiation oncology has evolved from a way of devising beam arrangements to a sophisticated process whereby imaging scanners are used to define target volume, simulators are used to outline treatment volume, and computers are used to select optimal beam arrangements for treatment. As such, this book is designed to provide a comprehensive discussion of the clinical, physical, and technical aspects of treatment planning. The intent of Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology is to review these methodologies and present a contemporary version of the treatment planning process"--Provided by publisher.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Peter F. Buckley, Fiona Gaughran, editors.
    "Schizophrenia is often associated with an inadequate response to pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments. How to treat patients who have an unsatisfactory response to anti-psychotics, including clozapine - which is unequivocally the most powerful antipsychotic medication for this recalcitrant population - remains a clinical conundrum. A range of adjunctive medications have been tried with mixed results; there has also been renewed interest in the role of neuromodulatory strategies, electroconvulsive therapy, and cognitive and vocational approaches. Perhaps a bright spot for the future lies in the evolution of pharmacogenetic approaches for individualized care. In this book, leading experts from Europe, Australia and the Americas provide a timely appraisal of treatments for the most severely ill schizophrenia patients. This clinically focused book is informed by the latest research on the neurobiology and treatment of schizophrenia. It is comprehensive in scope, covering current treatment options, various add-on approaches, and a range of psychosocial treatments. The contributors are respected experts who have combined their clinical experience with cutting-edge research to provide readers with authoritative information on fundamental aspects of clinical care for schizophrenia."--Publisher's website.
  • 2016From: Cambridge
    edited by Alexander Tsiskaridze, Arne Lindgren, Adnan Qureshi.
    Section I. Iatrogenic ischemic strokes: peri- and postoperative strokes -- Section II. Iatrogenic ischemic strokes: stroke after endovascular procedures -- Section III. Iatrogenic ischemic strokes: other causes -- Section IV. Iatrogenic hemorrhagic strokes: thrombolysis-related hemorrhagic strokes -- Section V. Iatrogenic hemorrhagic strokes: intracranial bleeding -- Section VI. Iatrogenic hemorrhagic strokes: anticoagulation-related intracranial hemorrhage -- Section VII. Other uncommon causes of iatrogenic stroke -- Section VIII. Cerebral venous thrombosis -- Section IX. Medication reversal and restarting in patients with iatrogenic strokes -- Index.
  • 2011From: ClinicalKey
    Susan Taylor [and others].
    Written to address conditions specifically associated with ethnic disparities in skin types, by Susan C. Taylor, Sonia Badreshia, Valerie D. Callender, Raechele Cochran Gathers and David A. Rodriguez , MD, helps you effectively diagnose and treat a wide-range of skin conditions found in non-white patients. Presented in an easy-to-use, templated format, this new reference encompasses medical dermatology and cosmetic procedures and provides you with evidence-based first and second line treatment options. Practical tips and other highlighted considerations minimize the risk of potential pitfalls. A dedicated section examines alternative therapies, some of which have cultural significance and may impact medical outcomes. An abundance of vivid color images and photos provide unmatched visual guidance for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Keith A. Foster, Peter Hambleton, Clifford C. Shone.
  • Giuliana Grimaldi, Mario Manto.
    Anatomical overview of the central and peripheral nervous system -- Physiology of the nervous system -- Characterization of tremor -- Principal disorders associated with tremor -- Quantification of tremor -- Mechanisms of tremor -- Treatments.
  • 2016From: Springer
    edited by Tetsuya Tsukahara, Alberto Pasqualin, Giuseppe Esposito, Luca Regli, Giampietro Pinna.
    Stroke Surgery.- Endovascular treatment -- Management of Intracranial Aneurysms, Subarachnoid Haemorrhage, Arteriovenous Malformations, Cerebral Hemorrhage.- Cerebral Revasculization -- Cerebrovascular Imaging.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Win De Gooijer.
  • 2008From: Karger
    volume editors, Arne Egesten, Axel Schmidt, Heiko Herwald.
    From Darwin and Metchnikoff to Burnet and beyond / Cooper, E.L. -- General introduction to innate immunity: Dr. Jekyl/Mr. Hyde quality of the innate immune system / Zonker, K.S. -- The innate immune system of mammals and insects / Müller, U. ... [et al.] -- Pattern recognition receptors and their role in innate immunity: focus on microbial protein ligands / Areschoug, T., Gordon, S. -- Antimicrobial peptides in innate immune responses / Sorensen, O.E., Borregaard, N., Cole, A.M. -- Complement: an efficient sword of innate immunity / Rambach, G., Würzner, R., Speth, C. -- Antibacterial chemokines: actors in both innate and adaptive immunity / Eliasson, M., Egesten, A. -- The role of neutrophils and monocytes in innate immunity / Kantari, C., Pederzoli-Ribeil, M., Witko-Sarsat, V. -- Innate immune functions of the airway epithelium / Bartlett, J.A., Fischer, A.J., McCray, Jr, P.B. -- Oxidative innate immune defenses by Nox/Duox family NADPH oxidases / Rada, B., Leto, T.L. -- Aging and impairment of innate immunity / Nomellini, V., Gomez, C.R., Kovacs, E.J.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Tetsuya Tsukahara, Giuseppe Esposito, Hans-Jakob Steiger, Gabriel J.E. Rinkel, Luca Regli.
    This book covers topical issues in neurovascular surgery, and in particular the management of intracranial aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, and cavernomas, current trends in cerebral revascularization, and new concepts in cerebrovascular imaging. The contents reflect the continuing developments in interventions in cerebrovascular disorders as a result of progress in neuroimaging, evolution of pathophysiological concepts, new clinical trials, and technological innovations. The chapters are all written by acknowledged experts from across the world, and comprise original papers presented at the 6th European Japanese Stroke Surgery Conference, held in June 2012 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The book will be of value to all who are interested in the latest developments in the field and offers fascinating insights into varied perspectives and techniques.
  • 2011From: Springer
    edited by T. Tsukahara, L. Regli, D. Hänggi, B. Turowski, H.-J. Steiger.
    Endoscopic Intra-Hematomal Evacuation of Intracerebral Hematomas - A Suitable Technique for Patients with Coagulopathies -- The Prediction of 30-Day Mortality and Functional Outcome in Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage with Secondary Ventricular Hemorrhage: A Score Comparison -- Characteristics of Carotid Plaque Findings on Ultrasonography and Black Blood Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Comparison with Pathological Findings -- Indication for Surgical Treatment of Carotid Arterial Stenosis in High-Risk Patients -- The Impact of Early Perfusion CT Measurement After Extracranial-Intracranial Bypass Surgery: Results of a Pilot Study -- Genetic and Clinical Characteristics of Moyamoya Disease in Europeans -- Effect of Mouth Opening on Bypass Function After Combined Revascularization for Moyamoya Disease -- Revascularisation Surgery and Long-Term Follow-up in Juvenile Moyamoya Syndrome: A Retrospective Analysis -- Tissue Fusion, a New Opportunity for Sutureless Bypass Surgery -- STA-MCA Bypass for the Treatment of Ischemic Stroke -- The New MRI Modalities "BPAS and VISTA" for the Diagnosis of VA Dissection -- Intracranial Stenting in Arterial Occlusive Disease -- A View on the Current and Future Therapy of Brain Aneurysms -- Surgical Treatment for Aneurysms in the Cavernous - Petrous Portion of the Internal Carotid Artery -- Aneurysms of the Posterior Cerebral Artery and Approach Selection in Their Microsurgical Treatment: Emphasis on the Approaches: SAHEA and SCTTA -- Neck Clipping of Paraclinoid Small Aneurysms -- Deferoxamine Reduces Early Brain Injury Following Subarachnoid Hemorrhage -- Does Magnetic Resonance Imaging Produce Further Benefit for Detecting a Bleeding Source in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage of Unknown Origin? -- Treatment of Experimental Cerebral Vasospasm by Protein Transduction of Heme Oxygenase 1 (HO-1) Conjugated to a Residue of 11 Arginines -- Training Models for Vascular Microneurosurgery -- How to Deal with Incompletely Treated AVMs: Experience of 67 Cases and Review of the Literature -- Clinical Relevance of Associated Aneurysms with Arteriovenous Malformations of the Posterior Fossa.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Hossein Baharvand, editor.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Rodrigo R. Resende, Henning Ulrich, editor.
    Part I. Molecular bases for stem and cancer cells proliferation -- An introduction to proliferation and migration of stem cells and cancer -- the role of cell adhesions, cell junctions and extracellular matrix in normal development and carcinogenesis -- The embryonic rest hypothesis of cancer development: 150 years later -- Are calcium channels more important than calcium influx for cell proliferation?- Role of calcium signaling in stem cells and cancer cells proliferation -- Formation and function of lipid droplets in inflammation and cancer -- The role of sphingolipids in modulating pluripotency of stem cells -- Part II. Signaling pathways to cancer cells fate -- Signaling pathways of cbl-b and its role on peripheral t cell tolerance -- Bh3-only proteins in cancer and apoptosis -- Signaling pathways of mta family proteins as regulators of cancer progression and metastasis -- Signalling pathways of [beta]-catenin/jnk on carcinogenesis -- The regulation of the jnk cascade and programmed cell death by nf- b: mechanisms and functions -- Part III. Uncontrolled physiology process guiding to cancer cells -- Migration, metastasis and more: the role of chemokines in the proliferation, spreading and metastasis of tumors -- Autophagy, cell death, and cancer -- The duality of stem cells: double edged sword in tumour evolution and treatment -- Glioblastoma stem cells and implications for chemoresistance -- The tumor microenvironment as a transient niche: a modulator of epigenetic states and stem cell functions -- Tumor-associated neutrophils (tans) -- Microrna control of apoptotic programs in cancer -- Part IV. Therapeutic strategies for anticancer treatment -- Markers of cancer stem cells and their functions -- Cancer cell dormancy: potential therapeutic targets to eradicate cancer cells within the niche -- Modulating apoptosis in cancer therapy with ultrasound and high intensity nanosecond electric pulses -- Targeting cell cycle for anticancer treatment and neuroprotection.
  • Also available: Print – 2004
  • 2014From: Springer
    Karl Knahr, editor.
    Wear and osteolysis are still the most important potential problems in total hip and knee arthroplasty. Although technology in arthroplasty has been improved dramatically during the past decade, the clinical data relating to some implants reveal that many concerns remain. During the "Tribology Day" within the scientific programme of the 2013 EFORT Congress in Istanbul, the main topics included these concerns as well as the benefits of the materials most commonly used in total hip and knee arthroplasty. This book includes the presentations delivered on the day and covers a range of interesting issues regarding metal, ceramic, and polyethylene articulations. It provides information on the current concepts relating to tribology in total hip arthroplasty and offers a critical outlook on possible improvements in total knee arthroplasty.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Karl Knahr, editor.
  • 2013From: WHO
    World Health Organization
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • 2014From: Springer
    Alessandro Giamberti, Massimo Chessa, editors ; foreword by Andrew Redington.
    This book is devoted solely to the tricuspid valve and its role in congenital heart disease. Tricuspid valve anomalies are part of the pathological spectrum in various congenital heart diseases, including Ebstein anomaly and tricuspid valve dysplasia, with different pathophysiology and clinical implications. This book covers all relevant aspects of such anomalies, including diagnosis, therapy, and follow-up. Further topics addressed include the way in which the tricuspid valve may become the 'systemic' valve in some congenital diseases, with important consequences, and the involvement of the tricuspid valve in the right-sided heart complications often seen in adults with congenital heart disease. All of the chapters are written by internationally recognized experts and are designed to deliver state of the art knowledge of practical value. This book will be an important addition to the library for surgeons, cardiologists, and other practitioners involved in the management of patients with congenital heart disease.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Michael Miloro, editor.
    Historical Perspectives on Trigeminal Nerve Injuries -- Classification of Nerve Injuries -- Etiology and Prevention of Nerve Injuries -- Injection Injuries of the Trigeminal Nerve -- Third Molar Injuries of the Trigeminal Nerve -- Dental Implant-Related Injuries of the Trigeminal Nerve -- Nerve Repositioning Injuries of the Trigeminal Nerve -- Orthognathic Injuries of the Trigeminal Nerve -- Nerve Injury and Regeneration -- Clinical Evaluation of Nerve Injuries -- Imaging of the Trigeminal Nerve -- Nonsurgical Management of Trigeminal Nerve Injuries -- Surgical Management of Lingual Nerve Injuries -- Surgical Management of Inferior Alveolar Nerve Injuries -- Surgical Management of Facial Nerve Injuries -- Nerve Grafts and Conduits -- Complications of Trigeminal Nerve Repair -- Neurosensory Rehabilitation -- Outcomes of Trigeminal Nerve Repair -- Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment of Trigeminal Nerve Injuries.
  • 2013From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Jan Dommerholt and César Fernández-de-las-Peñas ; forewords by Leon Chaitow and Robert D. Gerwin.
  • 2009From: Thieme
    Philipp Richter, Eric Hebgen ; [translator, Sabine Wilms].
    Muscle chains / Philipp Richter: introduction -- Models of myofascial chains -- Physiology -- The craniosacral model -- The biomechanical model of John Martin Littlejohn : the mechanics of the spinal column -- Postural muscles, phasic muscles, and crossed syndrome (Vladimir Janda's contribution to myofacial treatment methods) -- Zink patterns -- Myofascial chains : a model -- Posture -- Diagnosis -- Therapy -- Trigger points and their treatment / Eric hebgen: Definition -- Classification of trigger points -- Pathophysiology of trigger points -- Diagnosis -- Trigger point therapy -- Trigger point-sustaining factores -- The facilitated segment -- The trigger points.
  • 2002From: NLM
    prepared by Karen Patrias, Terry T. Ahmed, Debby Lambert.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Germana Meroni.
    Genomics and evolution of the TRIM gene family / Germana Meroni -- The tripartite motif : structure and function / Lucia Micale ... [et al.] -- TRIM proteins as ring finger E3 ubiquitin ligases / Kazuhiro Ikeda and Satoshi Inoue -- PML nuclear bodies and other TRIM-defined subcellular compartments / Elizabeth C. Batty, Kirsten Jensen, and Paul S. Freemont -- TRIM involvement in transcriptional regulation / Florence Cammas ... [et al.] -- TRIM proteins in cancer / Valeria Cambiaghi ... [et al.] -- TRIM proteins and the innate immune response to viruses / Melvyn W. Yap and Jonathan P. Stoye -- The microtubule-associated C-I subfamily of TRIM proteins and the regulation of polarized cell responses / Timothy C. Cox -- MuRFS : specialized members of the TRIM/RBCC family with roles in the regulation of the trophic state of muscle and its metabolism / Olga Mayans and Siegfried Labeit -- Trim proteins in development / Francesca Petrera and Germana Meroni.
    Also available: Print – 2012
  • 2013From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Yoshinori Kohwi and Cynthia T. McMurray.
    A brief history of triplet repeat diseases -- Huntington's disease and cell therapies: Past, present, and future -- Transcranial two-photon imaging of synaptic structures in the cortex of awake head-restrained mice -- In vivo imaging of synapse plasticity in the mouse motor cortex -- Pluripotent hybrid stem cells from transgenic Huntington's disease monkey -- Mesenchymal stem cells for trinucleotide repeat disorders -- Lentiviral-mediated gene transfer of siRNAs for the treatment of Huntington's disease -- Purification of dFMR1-containing complexes using tandem affinity purification -- Combined FISH and immunofluorescent staining methods to co-localize proteins and mRNA in neurons and brain tissue -- Epigenetic modifications of the FMR1 gene -- The CGG repeat and the FMR1 gene -- Study of oxidative damage and antioxidant systems in two Huntington's disease rodent models -- Regulation of ataxin-1 phosphorylation and its impact on biology -- Towards understanding region-specificity of triplet repeat diseases: Coupled immunohistology and mass spectrometry imaging -- Antibodies and intrabodies against huntingtin: Production and screening of monoclonals and single-chain recombinant forms -- Cell recovery from DM1 transgenic mouse tissue to study (CTG) n instability and DM1 pathogenesis -- Markerless modification of trinucleotide repeat loci in BACs -- DRPLA: Recent advances in research using transgenic mouse models.
  • [by J. A. Martin, M. F. MacDorman, and T.J. Mathews].
  • 2012From: Future Med
    editors, David W. Dodick, Hans-Christoph Diener.
    Triptans for migraine / Hans-Christoph Diener & David W. Dodick -- Pathophysiology of migraine & triptan mechanism of action / Rashmi B. Halker & Bert B. Vargas -- Overview of oral triptans / Michail Vikelis & Alan M. Rapoport -- The non-orally administered triptans / Todd J. Schwedt -- Triptans for migraine in special populations : pediatric migraine / Paul Winner -- Migraine and triptan therapy in an aging population : weighing risks against benefits / Roger K. Cady & Kathleen Farmer -- Triptans for migraine in special populations : migraine during pregnancy and lactation / Sylvia Lucas -- Treatment recommendations & consensus guidelines / Hans-Christoph Diener & Stephen D. Silberstein -- Index.
  • 2006From: Springer
    edited by Jacques Brodeur and Guy Boivin.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Jean-Pierre Droz, Bernard Carme, Pierre Couppié, Mathieu Nacher, Catherine Thiéblemont, editors.
    PUBLIC HEALTH ASPECTS -- Geography and socioeconomics of the tropical areas -- Epidemiology of cancer in the tropical areas -- Management of cancers in countries with limited resources -- Access to Expensive drugs and Ethical considerations -- Precarity, social organization and outcome on cancer management in the tropical areas -- Cancer screening and prevention in the tropical areas -- Pathology and cancer research -- Cancer perception in different cultures of the tropical areas ; Cross-cultural mediation -- Cancer clinical trials in the tropical area -- BASIC SCIENCE BACKGROUND -- Spectrum of cancers due to micro-organisms (virus, bacteria, parasites) -- HIV and cancer; scientific background: Epidemiology and mechanism of carcinogenesis of the retrovirus HIV -- HTLV1 and cancer; scientific background: Epidemiology and mechanism of carcinogenesis of the retrovirus HTLV1 -- Hepatitis virus scientific background : Epidemiology and mechanism of carcinogenesis of the virus HBV -- Hepatitis virus scientific background : Epidemiology and mechanism of carcinogenesis of the virus HCV -- EBV and cancer; scientific background: Epidemiology of EBV and mechanisms of carcinogenesis -- HPV and cancer; scientific background: Epidemiology and mechanism of carcinogenesis of the virus HPV -- HHV8 and cancer; scientific background: Epidemiology and mechanism of carcinogenesis of the virus HHV8 -- Parasites and cancer: Epidemiology and mechanism of carcinogenesis of schitosoma -- Helicobacter and cancer: Epidemiology of Helicobacter Pylori and mechanisms of carcinogenesis -- HEMOPATHIES -- ATL (lymphoma et leukemia) -- Extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma, nasal type -- High-grade lymphomas: Diffuse large B-cells lymphomas (with a special paragraph on CNS lymphomas) -- High-grade lymphomas: Burkitt lymphoma; Physiopathology and treatment of EBV associated lymphomas -- Mantle cell lymphoma -- Indolent lymphomas, follicular lymphomas, HVC associated marginal zone B-cell lymphomas and Waldenström disease -- Chronic myeloproliferative syndroms -- Myelodysplasic syndroms -- Acute leukemias -- CANCERS -- Breast cancer -- Cervix cancer -- Oesophageal cancer -- Gastric cancer -- Colorectal cancer -- Hepatocarcinoma -- Cholangiocarcinoma -- Pancreas cancer -- Lung cancer -- Head and neck cancers -- Bladder cancer -- Prostate cancer -- Renal cancer -- Cutaneous cancers (including melanoma) -- Ovarian cancer -- Endometrial cancer -- Cancer of the penis, anus and vulva -- Gestational trophoblastic tumors -- CNS tumors -- Thyroid cancer -- Uncommon cancers -- CANCER TREATMENT IN TROPICAL AREAS -- Pediatric oncology -- Geriatric oncology -- Surgery -- Radiotherapy -- Medical treatments (chemotherapy, hormone therapy, targeted drugs) -- HIV and cancer treatments -- Supportive cares -- Palliative cares.
  • 2011From: ScienceDirect
    2011From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Richard L. Guerrant, David H. Walker, Peter F. Weller.
    Tropical Infectious Diseases: Principles, Pathogens and Practice, by Drs. Richard L. Guerrant, David H. Walker, and Peter F. Weller, delivers the expert, encyclopedic guidance you need to overcome the toughest clinical challenges in diagnosing and treating diseases caused by infectious agents from tropical regions. Sweeping updates to this 3rd edition include vaccines, SARS, hepatitis A-E, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus, tick-borne encephalitis and Omsk hemorrhagic fever, human papilloma virus, and mucormycosis. New full-color images throughout allow you to more accurately view the clinical manifestations of each disease and better visualize the life cycles of infectious agents. And, full-text online access at enables you to perform quick searches and rapidly locate and download images. Definitive, state-of-the-art coverage of pathophysiology as well as clinical management makes this the reference you'll want to consult - online and in print - whenever you are confronted with tropical infections, whether familiar or unfamiliar! Obtain complete and trustworthy advice from hundreds of the leading experts on tropical diseases worldwide, including cutting-edge summaries of pathophysiology and epidemiology as well as clinical management.
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Peter Gunning.
    Introduction and historical perspective / Peter Gunning -- Structure and evolution of tropomyosin genes / Bernadette Vrhovski, Nadine Thézé, and Pierre Thiébaud -- Tropomyosin exons as models for alternative splicing / Clare Gooding and Christopher W.J. Smith -- Tropomyosin gene expression in vivo and in vitro / Galina Schevzov and Geraldine O'Neill -- Tropomyosin : function follows structure / Sarah E. Hitchcock-DeGregori -- Dimerization of tropomyosins / Mario Gimona -- Cooperative binding of tropomyosin to actin / Larry S. Tobacman -- Tropomyosin and the steric mechanism of muscle regulation / William Lehman and Roger Craig -- Role of tropomyosin in the regulation of contraction in smooth muscle / Steve Marston and M. El-Mezgueldi -- Tropomyosin as a regulator of cancer cell transformation / David M. Helfman ... [et al.] -- The role of tropomyosin in heart disease / David F. Wieczorek, Ganapathy Jagatheesan, and Sudarsan Rajan -- Tropomyosins in skeletal muscle diseases / Anthony J. Kee and Edna C. Hardeman -- Tropomyosins in human diseases : ulcerative colitis / Kiron M. Das and Manisha Bajpai -- Tropomyosin function in yeast / David Pruyne -- Isoform sorting of tropomyosins / Claire Martin and Peter Gunning -- Human tropomyosin isoforms in the regulation of cytoskeleton functions / Jim Jung ... [et al.] -- Tropomyosins regulate the impact of actin binding proteins on actin filaments / Uno Lindberg ... [et al.] -- Tropomyosin and ADF/cofilin as collaborators and competitors / Thomas B. Kuhn and James R. Bamburg -- Caldesmon and the regulation of cytoskeletal functions / C.L. Albert Wang -- Tropomyosins as discriminators of myosin function / E. Michael Ostap -- Tropomodulin/tropomyosin interactions regulate actin pointed end dynamics / Alla S. Kostyukova -- Emerging issues for tropomyosin structure, regulation, function, and pathology / Peter Gunning.
    Also available: Print – 2008
  • 2015From: Cambridge
    Kay Elder, Marc Van den Bergh, Bryan Woodward.
    Introduction -- Quality control, certification and accreditation -- The IVF culture system -- Osmometry -- pH regulation in gamete and embryo culture systems -- Temperature control in the IVF laboratory -- The effect of light on embryos and embryo culture -- Gases, air quality and volatile organic carbons (VOCs) -- Infections in IVF culture -- Troubleshooting a cryopreservation system -- Troubleshooting ICSI procedures -- Managing risk in an IVF lab -- Index.
  • 2011From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Michael X. Zhu.
    "Transient Receptor Potential (TRP) channels have gained a lot of popularity in recent years due to their involvement in a wide variety of cellular functions in many different systems. The purpose of this book is to provide detailed methods for the study of TRP channels. It includes expression and functional studies of TRP channels in heterologous systems as well as structural and functional studies of TRP channels. The author also explores various methods for detailed analysis of biophysical properties of TRP channels. In addition, the text covers high-throughput screening assays for TRP channels and offers novel and effective approaches to study endogenous TRP channel function in native systems"--Provided by publisher.
  • v.1-2=, 2012From: Springer Protocols
    2nd ed., 2014From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Arpad Szallasi, Tamás Bíró.
    V. 1. Introduction to TRPs : a quest for novel drug targets / Bernd Nilius -- TRP-mediated cytoskeletal reorganization : implications for disease and drug development / Chandan Goswami -- TRPA1 in drug discovery / Jun Chen, Steve McGaraughty, and Philip R. Kym -- Canonical transient receptor potential channel expression, regulation, and function in vascular and airway diseases / Brij B. Singh, Christina M. Pabelick, and Y.S. Prakash -- TRPM2 function and potential as a drug target / Barbara A. Miller -- Ca2+-activated monovalent cation-selective channels TRPM4 and TRPM5 / Barbara Colsoul ... [et al.] -- Emerging role of TRPM7 in the regulation of magnesium homeostasis / Vladimir Chubanov ... [et al.] -- TRPM8 channels as potential therapeutic targets for pain, analgesia, and thermoregulation / David D. McKemy -- TRPML channels in function, disease, and prospective therapies / David A. Zeevi -- TRPP signaling module : TRPP2/polycystin-1 and TRPP2/PKD1L1 / Alexis Hofherr -- TRPV1 as a polymodal sensor : potential to discover TRPV1 antagonists selective for specific activating modalities / Olivier Radresa ... [et al.] -- Nociceptive and nonnociceptive roles of TRPV3 and its "druggability" / Sungjae Yoo and Sun Wook Hwang -- TRPV4 and drug discovery / Fabien Vincent and Matthew A.J. Duncton -- TRP expression and function in the lung airways / Alexander Dietrich and Thomas Gudermann -- Hypoxia-dependent TRP channel function in pulmonary arterial smooth muscle cells / Beate Fuchs ... [et al.] -- Endotoxin-induced airway inflammation and asthma models / Zsuzsanna Helyes and Zsofia Hajna -- Enhanced cough, animal models / Raffaele Gatti ... [et al.] -- Capsaicin inhalation test in man / Eva Millqvist -- TRP channels in the genitourinary tract / Ana Charrua and Francisco Cruz -- Animal models of cystitis / Celia D. Cruz and Antonio Avelino -- Overactive bladder models / Roberto Soler ... [et al.] V. 2. TRPs to cardiovascular disease / José C. González-Cobos, Xuexin Zhang, Rajender K. Motiani, Kelly E. Harmon, and Mohamed Trebak -- Anemic zebrafish models of cardiomyopathy / Xiaojing Sun and Xiaolei Xu -- Methods to study the effects of TRP channel drugs on vascular endothelial cell function / Yan Ma, Yung-Wui Tjong, and Xiaoqiang Yao -- Atherosclerosis models with cell-mediated calcification / Beili Zhu -- Models of hypertension and blood pressure recording / Luciana Aparecida Campos and Ovidiu Constantin Baltatu -- Balloon injury in rats as a model for studying TRP channel contribution to vascular smooth muscle remodeling / Wei Zhang and Mohamed Trebak -- TRP channels in the brain / Antonio Reboreda -- Investigation of the possible role of TRP channels in schizophrenia / Loris A. Chahl -- Investigating diseases of dopaminergic neurons and melanocytes using zebrafish / Amanda Decker and Robert Cornell -- A practical guide to evaluating anxiety-related behavior in rodents / Caitlin J. Riebe and Carsten T. Wotjak -- Rodent models of conditioned fear: behavioral measures of fear and memory / Jennifer L. McGuire, Jennifer L. Coyner, and Luke R. Johnson -- Chick anxiety-depression screening model / Stephen W. White and Kenneth J. Sufka -- A clinically relevant thromboembolic stroke model in the aged rat / Ryan C. Turner, Alisa S. Elliott, Jason D. Huber, and Charles L. Rosen -- Use of cell-stretch system to examine the characteristics of mechanosensor channels: axonal growth/neuroregeneration studies / Koji Shibasaki -- Methods in neuronal growth cone biology / Robert J. Gasperini and Lisa Foa -- Transient receptor potential channels and pruritus / Heike Benecke, Janine Wäring, Tobias Lotts, and Sonja Ständer -- Skin sensitivity studies / Laurent Misery -- Hair follicle culture / Michael P. Philpott -- Animal models for type 1 diabetes / Anish Suri and Matteo Levisetti -- Type 2 diabetes models / Dorte X. Gram -- Using diet to induce metabolic disease in rodents / Angela M. Gajda, Michael A. Pellizzon, and Matthew R. Ricci -- Rodent models to evaluate anti-obesity drugs / Sharon C. Cheetham and Helen C. Jackson -- Experimental colitis models / Patrick A. Hughes, Stuart M. Brierley, Joel Castro, Andrea M. Harrington, and L. Ashley Blackshaw -- Tumor xenograft models to study the role of TRP channels in Tumorigenesis / V'yacheslav Lehen'kyi, Sergii Khalimonchyk, Albin Pourtier, Maylis Raphaël, and Natalia Prevarskaya -- Methods to study thermonociception in rodents / Kata Bölcskei -- Methods for the assessment of heat perception in humans / Michael F. Crutchlow and Joel D. Greenspan -- Collagen antibody-induced arthritis: a disease-relevant model for studies of persistent joint pain / Katalin Sandor, Kutty Selva Nandakumar, Rikard Holmdahl, and Camilla I. Svensson -- Animal models of muscular dystrophy / Yuko Iwata and Shigeo Wakabayashi -- Concluding remarks.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by Wolfgang B. Liedtke, with Stefan Heller.
  • PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Robert F. Belli.
    Introduction: In the Aftermath of the So-Called Memory Wars / Robert F. Belli -- The Cognitive Neuroscience of True and False Memories / Marcia K. Johnson, Carol L. Raye, Karen J. Mitchell, and Elizabeth Ankudowich -- Towards a Cognitive and Neurobiological Model of Motivated Forgetting / Michael C. Anderson and Ean Huddleston -- Searching for Repressed Memory / Richard J. McNally -- A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Recovered Memory Experiences / Chris R. Brewin -- Cognitive Underpinnings of Recovered Memories of Childhood Abuse / Elke Geraerts -- Motivated Forgetting and Misremembering: Perspectives from Betrayal Trauma Theory / Anne P. DePrince, Laura S. Brown, Ross R. Cheit, Jennifer J. Freyd, Steven N. Gold, Kathy Pezdek, and Kathryn Quina -- Epilogue: Continuing Points of Contention on the Recovered Memory Debate / Robert F. Belli.
  • Nicholas Agar.
  • Clifton Leaf.
    A decade ago Leaf, a cancer survivor himself, began to investigate why we had made such limited progress fighting this terrifying disease. The result is a gripping narrative that reveals why the public's immense investment in research has been badly misspent, why scientists seldom collaborate and share their data, why new drugs are so expensive yet routinely fail, and why our best hope for progress-- brilliant young scientists-- are now abandoning the search for a cure.
  • 2014From: Springer
    Stefan Magez, Magdalena Radwanska, editors.
    Cell Biology for Immune Evasion: Organizing Antigenic Variation, Surfaces, Trafficking, and Cellular Structures in Trypanosoma brucei / Ka Fai Leung, Paul T. Manna, Cordula Boehm, Luke Maishman and Mark C. Field -- The Biology of Tsetse-Trypanosome Interactions / Guy Caljon, Linda De Vooght and Jan Van Den Abbeele -- Withstanding the Challenges of Host Immunity: Antigenic Variation and the Trypanosome Surface Coat / James Peter John Hall and Lindsey Plenderleith -- Bridging Innate and Adaptive Immunity in African Trypanosomiasis / John M. Mansfield, Donna M. Paulnock and Gina M. Hedberg -- Adaptive Immunity and Trypanosomiasis-Driven B-Cell Destruction / Stefan Magez and Magdalena Radwanska -- Normal Human Serum Lysis of Non-human Trypanosomes and Resistance of T. b. rhodesiense and T. b. gambiense / Paul Capewell, Caroline Clucas, William Weir, Nicola Veitch and Annette MacLeod -- Proteomics and African Trypanosomes: Shedding New Light on Host-Vector-Parasite Interactions and Impact on Control Methods / Philippe Holzmuller, Pascal Grébaut and Anne Geiger -- Diagnosis of African Trypanosomiasis / Philippe Büscher -- Progress Towards New Treatments for Human African Trypanosomiasis / Jose A. Garcia-Salcedo, Jane C. Munday, Juan D. Unciti-Broceta and Harry P. de Koning -- Animal African Trypanosomosis in Sub-Saharan Africa and Beyond African Borders / Boniface Namangala and Steven Odongo -- Trypanosoma (Duttonella) vivax and Typanosomosis in Latin America: Secadera/Huequera/Cacho Hueco / Mary Isabel Gonzatti, Bernardo González-Baradat, Pedro M. Aso and Armando Reyna-Bello.
  • 2009From: Springer
    Ethel-Michele de Villiers, Harald zur Hausen, editors.
    Also available: Print – 2009
  • Monaldi, Vincenzo.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • edited by Mario C. Raviglione.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    The global tuberculosis epidemic : scale, dynamics, and prospects for control / Christopher Dye and Philippe Glaziou -- The epidemiology of tuberculosis / Megan Murray -- Pathogenesis of tuberculosis : new insights / Nicholas A. Be, William R. Bishai, and Sanjay K. Jain -- Diagnosis of pulmonary and extrapulmonary tuberculosis / Phung K. Lam, Antonino Catanzaro, and Sharon Perry -- Treatment of tuberculosis / Philip C. Hopewell -- Tuberculosis/HIV coinfection : epidemiology, clinical aspects, and programmatic interventions / Alasdair Reid, Haileyesus Getahun, and Enrico Girardi -- Diagnosis and treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis / Kwonjune Seung and Michael L. Rich -- Achieving higher case detection and cure rates : national programs and beyond / Knut Lönnroth ... [et al.] -- Antituberculosis drug resistance in the world : the latest information / Abigail Wright and Matteo Zignol -- Programmatic management of HIV-associated tuberculosis / Anthony D. Harries and Paul P. Nunn -- WHO's stop TB strategy : progress and prospects / Mukund Uplekar, Diana Weil, and Mario C. Raviglione -- New diagnostics for tuberculosis : status of development / Mark D. Perkins and Richard J. O'Brien -- New drugs for tuberculosis / Ann Ginsberg and Melvin Spigelman -- The future of tuberculosis vaccinology / Jelle Thole, Ruth Griffin, and Douglas Young.
  • PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2011From: Am Soc Microbiol
    edited by David Schlossberg.
    Text, for basic scientists and clinicians, on mycobacterial infection and its manifestation as tuberculosis. Includes eleven new chapters detailing tuberculosis in infants and children, pregnancy and the puerperium, and the complex relationship of tuberculosis and HIV.
  • v. 1-2, 1911-16.From: Google Books
    Fulltext (v. 2 1916)From: Google Books
    Jacobs, Philip P.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Dorothee Heemskerk, Maxine Caws, Ben Marais, Jeremy Farrar.
    This work contains updated and clinically relevant information about tuberculosis. It is aimed at providing a succinct overview of history and disease epidemiology, clinical presentation and the most recent scientific developments in the field of tuberculosis research, with an emphasis on diagnosis and treatment. It may serve as a practical resource for students, clinicians and researchers who work in the field of infectious diseases.
  • 1900-From: Google Books
    Spiers, Henry H.
    Also available: Print – 5th, 1906.
  • 2011From: WHO
    Part I. Rationale and objectives -- Chapter 1. What, why, where and how? -- Chapter 2. Survey goal, objectives and indicators -- Part II. Design and methods -- Chapter 3. Protocol development and standard operating procedures -- Chapter 4. Case definitions and screening strategies -- Chapter 5. Sampling design -- Chapter 6. Interviews, data collection tools and informed consent -- Chapter 7. Chest radiography -- Chapter 8. Bacteriology -- Chapter 9. Repeat surveys -- Chapter 10. Ethical considerations -- Chapter 11. TB treatment, HIV testing and other critical interventions -- Chapter 12. Budgeting and financing -- Part III. Management, organization, logistics and field work -- Chapter 13. Survey organization and training -- Chapter 14. Field operations -- Chapter 15. Documents and data management -- Part IV. Analysis and reporting -- Chapter 16. Analysis and reporting.
    Also available: Print – 2011
  • 2014From: Future Med
    editor, Jean-Pierre Zellweger.
    TB prevention / Jean-Pierre Zellweger -- Optimal diagnosis : how early and improved diagnosis can help prevent TB transmission / Sandra Vivian Kik, Zhi Zhen Qin & Madhukar Pai -- Current transmission prevention methods : vaccination / Rosalind Rowland & Helen McShane -- Current transmission prevention methods : reducing disease spread from infected individuals / Gregory J. Fox, Guy B. Marks & Warwick J. Britton -- Special concerns for at-risk populations / Ivan Solovic & Vladimir Littva -- Prevention of TB in the presence of coinfection and comorbid conditions / Dina Nair & Soumya Swaminathan -- Public health, TB, immigration and travel challenge / Jean-Pierre Zellweger -- Ask the experts : managing TB in clinical practice and the impact on transmission / Jean-Pierre Zellweger -- Multiple choice questions : answers.
  • 1917-From: Google Books
    von Prof. Dr. med. et phil. F. Köhler.
    Also available: Print – 1917-
  • 2010From: Springer
    coordinateurs: Jean-Pierre Droz, Isabelle Ray-Coquard, Jean-Louis Peix.
    Ptie 1. Contexte général des tumeurs rares -- ptie 2. Formes rares de tumeurs ubiquitaires et contextes rares de cancers -- ptie 3. Autres tumeurs rares par site.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Yona Keisari, editor.
    Effect of Chemotherapy on the Tumor Microenvironment and Anti-tumor Immunity / Tarek M. Meniawy, Anna K. Nowak and Richard A. Lake -- Hyperthermia, the Tumor Microenvironment and Immunity / Stuart K. Calderwood -- Radiofrequency Ablation in Cancer Therapy: Tuning in to in situ Tumor Vaccines / Stefan Nierkens, Martijn H. den Brok, Theo J. Ruers and Gosse J. Adema -- High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) Ablation / Feng Wu -- The Interrelationship Between Cryoablation, the Immune Response and the Tumor Microenvironment: Stimulatory and Suppressive Effects / Michael S. Sabel -- In situ Tumor Ablation with Radiation Therapy: Its Effect on the Tumor Microenvironment and Anti-tumor Immunity / William H. McBride and Dörthe Schaue -- Tumor-Localized Insult Delivered by Photodynamic Therapy and the Breakdown of Tumor Immunotolerance / Mladen Korbelik -- In situ Ablation of Solid Tumors by Electric Forces and Its Effect on the Tumor Microenvironment and Anti-tumor Immunity / Yona Keisari and Rafi Korenstein.
  • 2008From: Springer
    Dieter Marmé, Norbert Fusenig, (editors).
  • 2011From: Springer
    Margareta M. Mueller, Norbert E. Fusenig.
    During the last 20 years, it has become increasingly clear that the tumor micro-environment, the tumor stroma with its cellular end extracellular components, plays an crucial role in regulating tumor growth and progression. This book on 'Tumor-associated fibroblasts and their matrix' as part of the series on "Tumor-Microenvironment" is the first comprehensive discussion of these two main players of the tumor microenvironment. The best experts in this new area of tumor research and therapy review the role of these major components in the tumor stroma in the process of tumor developmen.
  • v.1-, 2013-From: Springer
    v.2, 2014From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
  • 2013From: Springer
    Michael R. Shurin, Viktor Umansky, Anatoli Malyguine, editors.
    Analysis of multidirectional immunological responses at the tumor site allows forming a new concept of The Tumor Immunoenvironment, which is introduced and discussed in the present book with a particular focus on the role of immune cells in controlling the tumor microenvironment at different stages of cancer development. The main goal of this publication is to provide an overview of the current knowledge on the complex and unique role of the immune system, tumor-associated inflammation and tumor-mediated immunomodulation in cancer progression in a way that allows understanding the logistics of cellular and molecular interactions in the tumor lesions.
  • 2005From: Springer
    edited by Samir N. Khleif.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2008From: Springer
    Dmitry I. Gabrilovich, Arthur A. Hurwitz, editors.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by Steven Kanner.
  • 2010From: Springer
    Rebecca G. Bagley, editor.
    This book will explore the many biological and physical aspects of the tumor microenvironment. The book will include chapters on the various cells that influence tumor growth and function as well as the cell-associated and soluble proteins that can promote invasion and metastasis. Several chapters will describe endothelial cells and pericytes that form tumor vasculature. Insights on the role of progenitor and stem cells will be included. The contribution of the supporting stroma will be addressed in addition to cell-cell signaling and cell-matrix interactions. Additional chapters will describe the influence of infiltrating cells of the immune system on tumor growth.
  • v. 1-, 2008-From: Springer
    Witz, Isaac P.
  • 2016From: Springer
    Constantinos Koumenis, Lisa M. Coussens, Amato Giaccia, Ester Hammond.
    Also available: Print – 2016
  • 2014From: Springer
    Constantinos Koumenis, Ester Hammond, Amato Giaccia, editors.
    The collection of chapters in this proceeding volume reflects the latest research presented at the Aegean meeting on Tumor Microenvironment and Cellular Stress held in Crete in Fall of 2012. The book provides critical insight to how the tumor microenvironment affects tumor metabolism, cell stemness, cell viability, genomic instability and more. Additional topics include identifying common pathways that are potential candidates for therapeutic intervention, which will stimulate collaboration between groups that are more focused on elucidation of biochemical aspects of stress biology and groups that study the pathophysiological aspects of stress pathways or engaged in drug discovery.
    Also available: Print – 2014
  • 2011From: Springer
    Beverly A. Teicher, editor.
    Perspectives on the history and evolution of tumor models -- Murine L1210 and P388 leukemias -- Transplantable syngeneic rodent tumors: solid tumors in mice -- B16 murine melanoma: historical perspective on the development of a solid tumor model -- Human tumor xenograft efficacy models -- Imaging the steps of metastasis at the macro and cellular level with fluorescent proteins in real time -- Patient-derived tumor models and explants -- The pediatric preclinical testing program -- Imaging efficacy in tumor models -- Mammary cancer in rats -- Animal models of melanoma -- Experimental animal models for investigating renal cell carcinoma pathogenesis and preclinical therapeutic approaches -- Animal models of mesothelioma -- The use of mouse models to study leukemia/lymphoma and assess therapeutic approaches -- Spontaneous companion animal (pet) cancers -- Genetically engineered mouse models of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma -- Transgenic adenocarcinoma of the mouse prostate: a validated model for the identification and characterization of molecular targets and the evaluation of therapeutic agents -- The utility of transgenic mouse models for cancer prevention research -- Models for evaluation of targeted therapies of invasive and metastatic disease -- Animal models of toxicities caused by anti-neoplastic therapy -- Bone marrow as a critical normal tissue that limits drug dose/exposure in preclinical models and the clinic -- Anesthetic considerations for the study of murine tumor models -- Preclinical tumor response end points -- Tumor cell survival -- Apoptosis in vivo -- Transparent window models and intravital microscopy: imaging gene expression, physiological function and therapeutic effects in tumors.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Anne J. Moore and David W. Newell (eds).
    I. Investigations -- Neurophysiology / Allen E. Waziri, Derek A. Taggard and Vincent C. Traynelis -- Neuroradiology and Ultrasound / David G. Hughes and Roger A. Chisholm -- Neuropathology / Cheng-Mei Shaw and Ellsworth C. Alvord -- II. Perioperative Care -- Neuroanesthesia / Maryke A. Kraayenbrink and Gregory R. McAnulty -- Neurosurgical Intensive Care / Tessa L. Whitton and Arthur M. Lam -- III. Techniques -- Neuroendoscopy / Jonathan Punt -- Principles and Practice of Image-guided Neurosurgery / Kristian Aquilina, Philip Edwards and Anthony Strong -- Stereotactic Radiosurgery / Andras A. Kemeny, Matthias W. R. Radatz and Jeremy G. Rowe -- IV. Tumors -- Low-grade Gliomasin Adults / Henry Marsh -- Neurosurgical Management of High-grade Gliomas / Robert C. Rostomily, Alexander M. Spence and Daniel L. Silbergeld -- Sellar and Parasellar Tumors / Richard J. Stacey and Michael P. Powell -- Meningiomas / James J. Evans, Joung H. Lee, John Suh and Mladen Golubic -- Intraventricular and Pineal Region Tumors / Sandeep Kunwar, G. Evren Keles and Mitchell S. Berger -- Cerebello-pontine Angle Tumors / Peter C. Whitfield and David G. Hardy -- Skull Base Tumors / Richard S. C. Kerr and Christopher A. Milford -- Tumors: Cerebral Metastases and Lymphoma / Sepideh Amin-Hanjani and Griffith R. Harsh -- Pediatric Neuro-oncology / Kevin L. Stevenson, J. Russell Geyer and Richard G. Ellenbogen -- Management of Spinal Tumors / Karl F. Kothbauer, George I. Jallo and Fred J. Epstein -- Management of Extradural Spinal Tumors / David A. Lundin, Charlie Kuntz and Christopher I. Shaffrey.
  • 2005From: Springer
    H.J. Senn, R. Morant (eds.).
    Lifestyle and Medical Approaches to Cancer Prevention / Peter Greenwald, p. 1-15 -- Application of Genetics to the Prevention of Colorectal Cancer / John Hopper, p. 17-33 -- Genetics and Prevention of Oesophageal Adenocarcinoma / Rebecca Fitzgerald, p. 35-46 -- Preclinical Models Relevant to Diet, Exercise, and Cancer Risk R. James Barnard and William Aronson, p. 47-62 -- Individualizing Interventions for Cancer Prevention / Michael Pollak, p. 63-70 -- Can Animal Models Help Us Select Specific Compounds for Cancer Prevention Trials? / Ernest Hawk, Asad Umar, Ronald Lubet, Levy Kopelovich and Jaye Viner, p. 71-88 -- Problems with Using Biomarkers as Surrogate End Points for Cancer: A Cautionary Tale / Arthur Schatzkin, p. 89-98 -- Can a Marker Be a Surrogate for Development of Cancer, and Would We Know It if It Exists? / William Armstrong, Thomas Taylor and Frank Meyskens, p. 99-112 -- How Should We Move the Field of Chemopreventive Agent Development Forward in a Productive Manner? / Frank Meyskens and Eva Szabo, p. 113-124 -- The Problems with Risk Selection; Scientific and Psychosocial Aspects / Anne-Renée Hartman, p. 125-144 -- Chemoprevention of Lung Cancer / Stéphane Vignot, Jean-Philippe Spano, Sylvie Lantuejoul, Fabrice André, Thierry Le Chevalier and Jean-Charles Soria, p. 145-165 -- Anti-nicotine Vaccination: Where Are We? / T. Cerny, p. 167-175 -- Primary Prevention of Colorectal Cancer: Lifestyle, Nutrition, Exercise / María Martínez, p. 177-211 -- Chemoprevention of Colorectal Cancer: Ready for Routine Use? / Nadir Arber and Bernard Levin, p. 213-230 -- Screening of Colorectal Cancer: Progress and Problems Sidney Winawer, p. 231-244 -- The Role of Endogenous Hormones in the Etiology and Prevention of Breast Cancer: The Epidemiological Evidence / Paola Muti, p. 245-256 -- Innovative Agents in Cancer Prevention / Margaret Manson, Peter Farmer, Andreas Gescher and William Steward, p. 257-275 -- The IARC Commitment to Cancer Prevention: The Example of Papillomavirus and Cervical Cancer / Silvia Franceschi, p. 277-297 -- Health Economics in the Genomic Age / Thomas Szucs, p. 299-313 -- Screening for Cancer: Are Resources Being Used Wisely? / Robert Kaplan, p. 315-334.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • Katherine LaRoque Jameson.
    The extracellular signal-regulated kinase/mitogen activated protein kinase (ERK/MAPK) signaling cascade is pathologically activated in thirty percent of all human cancers. Therapeutics targeting this cascade have proven largely ineffective due to non-specific targeting, mutations in upstream or downstream kinases resulting in drug resistance, and gross tissue catastrophe. To investigate the possibility of targeting this cascade without generating these effects, we used siRNAs directed against ERK/MAPK scaffolds in a human tissue model system of epidermal neoplasia. IQGAP1 physically interacts with canonical ERK/MAPK pathway members in order to precisely modulate their signal output and in its absence, signaling through this pathway is severely diminished. Reducing IQGAP1 expression had no effect on normal tissue homeostasis or in vivo wound healing, but did effectively block invasive neoplasia and diminish tumor formation in an in vivo mouse model of cancer. This effect extended to a wide variety of tumor types with mutations in the ERK/MAPK pathway suggesting that selective therapeutics targeting IQGAP1 would be effective in a large percentage of human cancers. To identify the tumor-selective domain of IQGAP1, we ectopically expressed the ERK-binding WW domain. The IQGAP1 WW domain blocked neoplastic invasion, diminished ERK/MAPK signal transduction, blocked RAS-driven tumor formation in vivo, and caused regression of established RAS-driven tumors. Furthermore, this IQGAP1 WW domain can be synthesized as a purified 30-amino acid peptide, which retained its therapeutic effects when delivered ectopically. Overall, our results identify the IQGAP1 WW domain as a novel candidate for clinical drug development.
  • Eric Matthew Green.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2003From: Springer Protocols
    v. 2From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Wafik S. El-Deiry.
    Powerful new tools are now available to discover and understand tumor suppressor genes (TSGs) and the biochemical mechanisms by which they control cancer development and progression. Volume 1: Pathways and Isolation Strategies, covers all known tumor suppressor genes, describing their cellular signaling pathways, how they were discovered, how they can be analyzed, and how they can be optimally used in cancer therapeutics Comprehensive and authoritative, the two volumes of Tumor Suppressor Genes provide an unparalleled compilation of key data on all known tumor suppressor pathways and a treasury of techniques for their discovery, analysis, and uses in cancer therapeutics. Volume 2: Regulation, Function, and Medicinal Applications, leading physician scientists and researchers explore the cell biology and biochemical function of the tumor suppressor genes, as well as their physiological role in vivo. The authors detail the physical methods-NMR, microarray approaches, posttranslational structure analysis, analysis of regulation at the gene expression and protein signaling levels-used to understand the function of tumor suppressor genes. In vivo approaches discussed include studies in yeast, Drosophila, mice, and human tumors. The authors also discuss how one ultimately derives a "tumor progression model," the drug discovery process, and the weaknesses of cancers that allow drugs to selectively kill them. Other aspects reviewed include screening strategies, targeting the blood supply of tumors, and the replacement of defective cancer genes to achieve a therapeutic effect.
    Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 2003.
  • by Robert A. Robinson, Steven D. Vincent.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    Cesar A. Moran, Saul Suster.
    Cesar A. Moran and Saul Suster are internationally recognized experts in pulmonary pathology who present a coherent and consistent approach to interpretation and diagnosis. Through more than 900 stunning photographs and a consistent, user-friendly format, this resource provides quality guidance on the diagnostic problems you face in everyday practice. You'll get a host of innovative, practice-oriented features unavailable in any other text that streamline and facilitate diagnostic decision-making. Written by practitioners for practitioners, this visual resource is designed for quick and easy use.
  • 2015From: Springer
    Eduardo Santini-Araujo, Ricardo K. Kalil, Franco Bertoni, Yong-Koo Park, editors.
    Includes bibliographical references and index. Introduction -- Bone-forming tumors -- Cartilage-forming tumors -- Giant cell tumor -- Round cell tumor -- Fibrous tumors -- Fibrohistiocytic tumors -- Vascular Tumors -- Adamantinoma -- Notochordal tumors -- Leiomyosarcoma -- Adipocytic tumors -- Neurogenic tumors -- Phosphaturic mesenchymal tumor -- Metastatic carcinoma involving bone -- Tumor-like lesions and other conditions that simulate primary tumors.
  • 2016From: Karger
    volume editors, Daniel P. Stark, Gilles Vassal.
    Epidemiology of adolescents and young adults with cancer in Europe / Desandes, E.; Stark, D.P -- Supportive care / Olsen, P.R.; Lorenzo González, R -- Long-term follow-up and survivorship / Tsirou, A.; Hjorth, L -- Increasing access to clinical trials and innovative therapy for teenagers and young adults with cancer -- a multiple stakeholders and multiple steps process / Gaspar, N.; Fern, L -- Collaboration and networking / Husson, O.; Manten-Horst, E.; van der Graaf, W.T.A -- Adult cancers in adolescents and young adults / Laurence, V.; Marples, M.; Stark, D.P -- Pediatric cancers and brain tumors in adolescents and young adults / McCabe, M.G.; Valteau-Couanet, D -- Leukemia / Juliusson, G.; Hough, R -- Lymphoma in adolescents and young adults / Brugires, L.; Brice, P -- Germ cell tumors in adolescents and young adults / Calaminus, G.; Joffe, J -- Sarcomas of soft tissue and bone / Ferrari, A.; Dirksen, U.; Bielack, S.
  • by Ernest E. Lack.
  • 2007From: Springer
    Franco DeMonte ... [et al.], editors ; foreword by Raymond Sawaya and W.K. Alfred Yung.
  • by Peter C. Burger, Bernd W. Scheithauer.
  • v. 1-14, 2011-15.From: Springer
    Hayat, M. A.
    Vol. 1. Gliomas: Glioblastoma (part 1) -- Vol. 2. Gliomas: Glioblastoma (part 2) -- Vol. 3. Brain tumors (part 1) -- Vol. 4. Brain tumors (part 2) -- Vol. 5. Astrocytomas, hemangioblastomas, and gangliomas -- Vol. 6. Spinal Tumors (Part 1) -- Vol. 7. Meningiomas and Schwannomas -- Vol. 8. Astrocytoma, Medulloblastoma, Retinoblastoma, Chordoma, Craniopharyngioma, Oligodendroglioma, and Ependymoma --Vol. 9. Lymphoma, supratentorial tumors, glioneuronal tumors, gangliogliomas, neuroblastoma in adults, astrocytomas, ependymomas, hemangiomas, and craniopharygiomas -- Vol. 10. Pineal, pituitary, and spinal tumors -- Vol. 11. Pineal, pituitary and, spinal tumors -- Vol. 12. Molecular mechanisms, children's cancer, treatments, and radiosurgery -- Vol. 13. Types of tumors, diagnosis, ultrasonography, surgery, brain metastasis, and general CNS diseases -- Vol. 14. Glioma, meningioma, neuroblastoma, and spinal tumors
  • 2013From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    Adding to a vitally important cycle of publications covering the latest research developments in our understanding of neoplasms affecting the human central nervous system, this edition focuses on numerous aspects of pineal, pituitary, and spinal tumors. As with the previous volumes in the series, this latest work addresses a central imperative in cancer research--the need to standardize classifications, written definitions and investigative guidelines in order to achieve a measure of shared objectivity among academics engaged in one of the most important medical endeavors of our era. It brings together the very latest work by oncologists, neurosurgeons, physicians, research scientists, and pathologists, providing the medical community with a wealth of data and results that, taken together, will advance the cause of cancer research. The volume synthesizes work on diagnosis, drug development, and therapeutic approaches that are typically scattered in a variety of journals and books. It features promising recent work in applying molecular genetics to clinical practice and evidence-based therapy, covering molecular profiling of tumors as well as a number of surgical treatments such as resection and radiosurgery. Together with its counterpart publications, it represents a much-needed central resource that will inform and guide future research efforts.
  • 2011-12From: Springer
    v. 4From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
  • v. 1-, 2011-From: Springer
    v. 2, 2012From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    With tens of thousands of new CNS tumor cases each year in the US alone, this series of publications is a valuable aid to the diagnosis and treatment of these problematic neoplasms. Now, the eighth in the set returns to the topic of brain tumors, dealing with seven distinct types: astrocytoma, medulloblastoma, retinoblastoma, chordoma, craniopharyngioma, oligodendroglioma, and ependymoma. After updating the classification of medulloblastoma the volume provides an overview of ependymoma as well as describing the delineation of prognosis based on the genetic aberrations of the latter patients. The material offers key insights into the molecular pathways involved in tumor biology, such as the role of E-cadherin gene instability, carbonic anhydrase II, urokinase plasminogen activator, and Wnt signaling in meningioma. Contributors explain the genetic and clinical features associated with recurring meningioma, including the role played by erythropoietin receptor, and examine the way in which OTX2 transcription factor functions as an oncogene in medulloblastoma. With much more besides, including discussion of the molecular mechanisms that result in resistance to chemotherapy in medulloblastoma, this volume and its companions have a positive role to play in inspiring a new generation of researchers to design new drugs that are better targetedand thus more effective.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    Pt. 1. Astrocytomas : diagnosis and biomarkers -- pt. 2. Astrocytomas : therapy -- pt. 3. Astrocytomas : prognosis -- pt. 4. Hemangioblastoma -- pt. 5. Ganglioglioma.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    The ninth volume in this essential series discusses key advances in our understanding of neoplasms in the human central nervous system. This publication deals with various aspects of nine separate types of brain tumors. With 70 contributors from 17 nations, this edition offers an unrivalled thoroughness and breadth of coverage that includes the very latest research results on the following tumor types: astrocytoma, lymphoma, supratentorial and glioneuronal tumors, gangliogliomas, neuroblastoma in adults, hemangioma, and ependymoma.The content introduces new technologies and their applications
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by M. A. Hayat.
    This volume offers in-depth discussion of two types of brain tumors - meningioma and schwannoma - covering diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis. It covers molecular genetics, and such therapeutic methods as neurosurgery, gamma knife radiosurgery, and adjuvant radiation
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    This volume contains information on the diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis of spinal tumors. Various aspects of different major types of spinal tumors (astrocytomas, ependymomas, and oligodendroglioma) are discussed. Insights into the understanding of molecular pathways involved in tumor biology are explained. Classification of intradural spinal tumors, including the percentages of each of the three major types, is detailed. Symptoms, radiological features, and clinicopathological parameters of spinal cord tumors are explained. Diagnosis, outcome, and prognosis of primary spinal cord and oligodendroglioma are discussed. Diagnosis of some other spinal tumors (e.g., pilomyxoid and chordomas) is also explained. The useful role of neuroimaging in diagnosing spinal teratoid/rhabdoid and gangliogliomas is included. A wide variety of treatments of a number of spinal cord tumor types are presented in detail. Therapies discussed include chemotherapy, surgery, radiosurgery, stereotactic radiosurgery, Cyberknife stereotactic radiotherapy, standard radiation alone, and rhenium-186 intracavity radiation. Also are duiscussed embolozation and spondylectomy. The usefulness of transplantation of human embryonic stem cells-derived oligodendrocyte progenitors and motoneuron progenitors in the repair of injured spinal cord is emphasized. Symptoms of the advent of spinal tumors are pointed out. Introduction to new technologies and their applications to spinal cord tumor diagnosis, treatment, and therapy assessment are explained
  • 2015From: Springer
    M.A. Hayat, editor.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    Classification/Diagnosis of Brain Tumors Using Discriminant Function Analysis -- Neuronal Differentiation in the Adult Brain: CDK6 as the Molecular Regulator -- Prolactinomas: Role of VEGF, FGF-2 and CD31 -- Human Brain Tumor Growth: Role of Aquaporins -- Molecular and Functional Characterization of Human Adipocytes -- Inhibition of Neuroblastoma Progression by Targeting Lymphangiogenesis: Role of an Endogenous Soluble Splice-Variant of VEGFR-2 -- Hyperinsulinemia Tends to Induce Growth Without Growth Hormone in Children with Brain Tumors After Neurosurgery -- Childhood Brain Tumours: Proton Beam Therapy -- Pathogenesis of Medulloblastoma: Role of Molecular Genetic Alterations -- Medulloblastomas: Survival Differences Between Children and Adults -- Survivors of Childhood Cancer: Risk of Glioma and Meningioma Following Radiotherapy -- Survivors of Childhood Cancer: Risk of New Primary Neoplasms of the CNS -- Brain Tumor Typing and Therapy Using Combined Ex Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Molecular Genomics -- Atlas-Based Segmentation of Tumor-Bearing Brain Images -- Nonthermal Irreversible Electroporation as a Focal Ablation Treatment for Brain Cancer -- The Role of Whole Brain Radiation Therapy for Metastatic Brain Tumors -- Craniotomy for Intracranial Tumors: Role of Postoperative Hematoma in Surgical Mortality -- Pituitary Adenomas: Treatment Using the Endonasal Approach -- Intracranial Tumors: Treatment with Endoscopic Neurosurgery -- Incidence of Recraniotomy for Postoperative Infections After Surgery for Intracranial Tumors -- Transsphenoidal Surgery for Non-Adenomatous Tumors: Effect on Pituitary Function -- Treatment of Brain Tumors: Electrochemotherapy -- Comparison of Navigated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to Direct Electrical Stimulation for Mapping the Motor Cortex Prior to Brain Tumor Resection -- The Role of Glutathione and the Glutathione-Linked Enzyme Systems in Brain Tumor Drug Resistance -- Drugs for Primary Brain Tumors: An Update -- Neurosurgical Treatment for Brain Metastases: Clinical Features, Operative Strategies, Recurrence and Survival -- Image-Guided Radiosurgery for Hypothalamic Hamartomas -- Image-Guided Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Spinal Pathology -- Image-Guided Stereotactic Radiosurgery for Optic Nerve Sheath Meningiomas -- Brain Metastases: The Application of Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Technological Advances -- Treatment of Chordomas by Stereotactic Radiosurgery with a Linear Accelerator: Comparison with Other Modes.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat.
    Like the ten preceding volumes in the series Tumors of the Central Nervous System, this book is distinguished for its comprehensive approach, its distinguished roster of some 93 contributors representing 8 different countries and its embrace of leading-edge technology and methods. Volume 11: Pineal, Pituitary, and Spinal Tumors concentrates on the diagnosis, prognosis and therapy of four types of tumors, namely Glioblastoma, Meningioma, Schwannoma and Spinal Tumors. The book offers an in-depth survey of a range of new technologies and their applications to tumor diagnosis, treatment and therapy assessment. The contributors explain in thorough detail a range of current and newly developed imaging methods, including molecular imaging and PET scan. Also covered is molecular profiling of brain tumors to select therapy in clinical trials of brain tumors. Discussion includes a review of such surgical treatments as resection and the application of non-invasive stereotactic radiosurgery for treating high-risk patients with brain metastasis. Additional discussion is devoted to tumor seeding.
  • 2014From: Springer
    edited by M.A. Hayat, Distinguished Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Kean University, Union, NJ, USA.
    Volume 13: Pineal, Pituitary, and Spinal Tumors is organized in six sections, for convenience and quick access to critical information. Section I, Types of Tumors includes a chapter on molecular characterization of Embryonal tumors, a chapter on diagnosis of metastatic oligodendroglioma using fine-needle aspiration cytology, one covering intra-arterial chemotherapy of oligodendroglial tumors and another on the role of cyclooxygenase-2 in the development and growth of Schwannomas, and others, closing with a chapter on trigeminal neuralgia with cerebellopontine angle tumors. Section II, Diagnosis, includes two chapters on cell counting in histopathologic slides of tumors. Section III offers three chapters which discuss aspects of intraoperative ultrasonography. Section IV covers brain tumor surgery, and Section V surveys Brain Metastasis. The final section offers a wide-ranging review of General Diseases, with chapters on, among others, Alexander Disease; Lipoma; Transplantation of human umbilical cord blood mononuclear cells in cases of neonatal hypoxic-ischemic brain damage; and a chapter discussing the use of mobile phones and brain cancer risk in children. Like its twelve predecessors in the series, this volume merits distinction for its thorough approach, its roster of 78 distinguished contributors representing 14 different countries and its detailed examination of leading-edge technology and methods.
  • Robert J. Kurman, Brigitte M. Ronnett, Mark E. Sherman, Edward J. Wilkinson.
  • 2006From: Springer
    Konstantinos N. Syrigos, Christopher M. Nutting, Charis Roussos (eds.).
  • 2013From: Springer
    Hart Isaacs, Jr.
    Also available: Print – 2013
  • by Fattaneh A. Tavassoli, Vincenzo Eusebi.
  • by Yukio Shimosato, Kiyoshi Mukai, and Yoshihiro Matsuno.
  • by Ralph H. Hruban, Martha Bishop Pitman, David S. Klimstra.
    Normal pancreas -- Classification of pancreatic tumors -- Staging -- Serous cystic neoplasms -- Mucinous cystic neoplasms -- Intraductal neoplasms -- Ductal adenocarcinoma -- Adenocarcinoma variants -- Acinar neoplasms -- Pancreatoblastoma -- Solid-pseudopapillary neoplasms -- Endocrine neoplasms -- Nonepithelial and miscellaneous neoplasms -- Secondary neoplasms -- Non-neoplastic tumors and tumor-like lesions -- Dissection and reporting of pancreatic resection specimens -- Diagnostic evaluation of pancreatic neoplasms.
  • 2013From: Thieme eNeurosurgery
    edited by Robert F. Keating, James Tait Goodrich, Roger J. Packer.
  • by Cristina R. Antonescu, MD, Bernd W. Scheithauer, MD, James M. Woodruff, MD.
  • by Sylvia L. Asa.
  • by Jonathan I. Epstein, Antonio L. Cubilla, Peter A. Humphrey.
  • by Gary L. Ellis, Paul L. Auclair.
  • by Markku Miettinen, John F. Fetsch, Cristina R. Antonescu, Andrew L. Folpe, Paul E. Wakely, Jr.
    Specimen evaluation -- Nonmalignant fibroblastic and myofibroblastic tumors and tumor-like lesions -- Fibroblastic/myofibroblastic neoplasms with variable biologic potential -- Lipomatous tumors -- Smooth muscle tumors -- Tumors with skeletal muscle differentiation -- Vascular tumors -- Soft tissue tumors with cartilaginous or osseous differentiation -- Soft tissue tumors with epithelial differentiation -- Miscellaneous translocation sarcomas -- Miscellaneous tumors -- Cytopathology of soft tissue tumors and tumor-like lesions.
  • 2008From: ClinicalKey
    Daniel H. Kim [and others].
    Achieve optimal outcomes for your patients with this new multimedia reference. Organized by tumor then by region, this resource details diagnostic and therapeutic options for primary and malignant spinal tumors. Over 25 key procedures--including minimally invasive surgery--are presented in a concise, stepwise fashion, putting the key information you need right at your fingertips! Over 600 illustrations round out this exhaustive new reference. Keep up to date on the latest advances in diagnosis and therapy with discussions of the latest surgical techniques, including minimally invasive spine surgery. Chapter templating helps you understand the entire procedure as well as key aspects, pearls and pitfalls, before heading into the OR. Have all the information you need to make a diagnosis and plan patient management with oversized, full color clinical photos and line drawings that illustrate key diagnoses and surgical procedures.
  • by Thomas M. Ulbright, Robert H. Young.
    Testicular tumors : general considerations -- Germ cell tumors : histogenetic considerations and intratubular germ cell neoplasia -- Germ cell tumors : seminomas -- Nonseminomatous germ cell tumors -- Mixed germ cell tumors, regressed germ cell tumors, and germ cell-sex -- Sex cord-stromal tumors -- Miscellaneous primary tumors of the testis, adnexa, and spermatic cord; hematopoietic tumors; and secondary tumors -- Tumor-like lesions.
  • by Stacey E. Mills, Edward B. Stelow, Jennifer L. Hunt.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Toby Lawrence, Thorsten Hagemann, editors.
  • 2012From: Springer
    edited by Ziv Gil, Dan M. Fliss.
    Recent developments in our understanding of the complex anatomy of the cranial base and the biological behaviour of tumours in this area have significantly improved the outcome of patients with skull base tumours. The contributors present a systemic introduction and summary of contemporary knowledge in skull base surgery. The book has three major parts: (i) clinical, pathological and radiological management of patients, (ii) open and endoscopic surgical approaches to the skull base, and (iii) outcome, morbidity and postoperative follow-up of patients. The book is meant for medical students, residents and consultants in various disciplines, including otolaryngology, head and neck surgery, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, maxillofacial surgery and oncology. The emphasis is on the clinical approach to the patient rather than on surgical techniques per se.
  • Benjamin David Almquist.
    Electrophysiological tools and biologic delivery systems generally rely on non-optimal methods for gaining access through cellular membranes. Electrophysiological techniques that provide intracellular access, such as patch clamping, result in membrane holes and cell death in a matter of hours, while the delivery of bioactive materials are hampered by low bioavailability following passage through the endosomal pathways. In each case, the lipid bilayer backbone of the cellular membrane presents a formidable barrier to intracellular access. As biological gatekeepers, cell membranes not only physically define everything from whole organisms to individual organelles, they also prevent unobstructed flow of molecules between the inner and outer regions of the membrane. This occurs since the hydrophobic lipid acyl tails form a narrow hydrophobic layer a few nanometers thick, which is highly unfavorable for the passage of most hydrophilic molecules. It is this region that is one of the greatest obstacles to the dream of biotechnology seamlessly and non-destructively integrating synthetic components with biological systems. This thesis contributes to the understanding of how to rationally design devices that interact specifically with this hydrophobic region. In turn, this work begins to establish design guidelines for creating non-destructive, membrane-penetrating bio-inorganic interfaces. The beginning chapters focus on the development of the "stealth" probe platform. In nature, there exist specialized transmembrane proteins capable of incorporating into lipid bilayers by replicating the lipid hydrophilic-hydrophobic-hydrophilic structure. The stealth probe design mimics this structure by creating 2-10nm hydrophobic bands on otherwise hydrophilic structures. However, since current lithographic methods do not possess the necessary resolution, a new fabrication technique using a combination of top-down fabrication with bottom-up self-assembly methods was developed. This approach uses an evaporated chrome-gold-chrome stack and focused ion beam (FIB) milling, where the exposed edge of the embedded gold layer can be specifically functionalized with a hydrophobic thiol-mediated self-assembled monolayer. Chapter 3 explores the propensity for insertion and specific interaction of the stealth probe hydrophobic band with the hydrophobic lipid bilayer core. In order to gain quantitative insight into the interaction behavior, atomic force microscopy was used in conjunction with a new, stacked lipid bilayer testing platform. By using stacks of 100's to 1000's of lipid bilayers, substrate-probe interaction artifacts can be removed while simultaneously allowing precise determination of probe location within a lipid bilayer. It was found that completely hydrophilic probes reside in the hydrophilic hydration region between bilayers, whereas hydrophobically functionalized stealth probes preferred to reside in the bilayer core. This behavior was found to be independent of hydrophobic functionalization, with butanethiol and dodecanethiol both displaying preferential localization. The subsequent chapters explore how the molecular structure of the hydrophobic band and the band thickness affect membrane-probe interface stability. The lipid stack platform provides an easy method of force-clamp testing, which enabled quantitative extrapolation of the unstressed interface strength. A series of tests with various length alkanethiols found that the crystallinity of the molecules in the hydrophobic band is the dominant factor influencing interfacial stability. Surprisingly, hydrophobicity was found to be a secondary factor, although necessary to drive spontaneous membrane integration. Molecular length was also found to play a role in determining the ultimate interfacial strength, with short chain molecules similar in length to amino acid side chains promoting the most stable interfaces. The thickness of the hydrophobic band was found to regulate the interface structure. Bands with thicknesses comparable to that of the host lipid bilayer core likely promote a fused interface geometry, similar in structure to that of transmembrane protein-lipid bilayer interfaces. Thicker bands began to transition to a 'T-junction' interface that is characterized by a lower interface stability. Interestingly, the behavior of 10nm bands were indistinguishable from completely hydrophobic probes, reinforcing the importance of nanoscale patterning for stable membrane integration. Chapter 6 builds on the results of the previous chapters by exploring how various stealth probe geometries influence adhesion behavior. In agreement with force clamp testing, short disordered monolayers displayed strong integration into the bilayer core, while crystalline monolayers displayed extremely weak integration. Preliminary adhesion testing results with human red blood cells demonstrate that the stealth probe geometry holds promise for in vitro and in vivo platforms, expanding the results of this work from simply a biophysical test system to a real world example. Finally, the behavior of two hydrophobic bands either commensurately spaced with the hydrophobic core spacing in the bilayer stack, or incommensurately spaced in order to force one band to reside in the hydrophilic hydration layer, is explored. It was found that the commensurately spaced bands display superior strength to single band tips, which is attributed to the necessity to simultaneously rupture both membrane-hydrophobic band interfaces. Conversely, the incommensurately spaced probes display a significant destabilization of the interface. This is thought to be due to the forced residence of one hydrophobic band in a hydrophilic hydration layer. This result is intriguing for biologic delivery systems, as the nuclear double membrane presents a unique barrier geometry, and a double band system may provide a facile means for penetration.
  • Meredith Marie Lee.
    Although there is a pressing global need for widely-deployable disease detection and monitoring systems, today's options for biochemical analysis are often bulky, slow, expensive, and reliant on trained medical personnel. In contrast, the miniaturization and integration of devices based on arrays of sources, detectors, and active or passive biosensing surfaces provides a means to achieve handheld diagnostic capabilities with a "lab-on-a-chip" that would be vastly less expensive and fully automated. In this thesis, we design, fabricate, and characterize tunable biosensors with compact and low-cost Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VCSELs), integrated detectors, Peltier coolers, photonic crystal slab resonators, and polymer microfluidics. All of the components utilize scalable semiconductor and soft-lithography techniques to significantly reduce the required device footprint, simplify system assembly, and enable large-scale, economical manufacturing. The sensors operate in the visible to near-infrared 650-900 nm wavelength range for low absorption of water, hemoglobin, and other background elements found in tissue or aqueous samples. Moreover, the 670 nm label-free sensors we demonstrate are designed for compatibility with previously characterized monolithically integrated fluorimeters that capitalize on emerging deep-red fluorescent proteins and molecular probes approved for pre-clinical use by the Federal Drug Administration.
  • 2007From: CRCnetBASE
    edited by P.N. Ravindran, K. Nirmal Babu, and K. Sivaraman.
  • 2005From: Springer
    Annika B. Malmberg, Keith R. Bley, editors.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2012From: Springer
    James Vincent Byrne.
  • 2007From: Springer
    D. Bruce Foster.
    Essential cardiac anatomy and physiology as it relates to the electrocardiogram -- Electrocardiographic waveforms -- Cardiac vectors and lead systems -- Derivation of the normal electrocardiogram -- Electrical axis -- Intraventricular conduction delays: the hemiblocks -- Intraventricular conduction delays: the bundle branch blocks -- Chamber enlargement -- Myocardial infarction -- Ischemia and anginal syndromes -- The electrocardiogram and the clinical evaluation of chest pain -- The advanced cardiac life support provider and therapeutic interventions in acute myocardial infarction -- Miscellaneous conditions -- Case presentations.
  • Gordon C Cook.
    Foundation of the Society -- The Society established and Manson's presidency, 1907-9 -- Ross's presidency: 'from a very tender plant to a very vigorous tree', 1909-11 -- The Pre-war years (1911-14) and the Royal Society of Medicine's attempt to absorb the STMH -- The Society during the Great War (1914-18) -- Early inter-war years (1919-20) -- The Society becomes Royal -- The 1920s : consolidation of the Society, but still no permanent base, and an unfortunate episode involving the Colonial Office -- George Carmichael Low's presidency and removal to Manson House, 1929-33 -- The Mid-1930s: the Society safely installed in its own house -- The Pre-World War II years -- The Society during World War II (1939-45), and the future of clinical tropical medicine -- The Early post-war years, 1946-50 -- Completion of the Society's first half-century in 1957 -- Epilogue to the Society's first half-century, 1907-57.
  • by Jane Addams ; with illustrations by Norah Hamilton.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Graham Molineux, Tara Arvedson, MaryAnn Foote, editors.
  • 2015From: ClinicalKey
    [editors], Anne Marie Coady and Sarah Bower.
    First-trimester detection of fetal anomalies -- Fetal aneuploidies -- Routine fetal anomaly scan -- Amniotic fluid -- Disorders of the placenta : localization and placental attachment disorders -- Prenatal diagnosis of fetal infections -- Fetal anomalies: the geneticist's approach -- Diagnosis of hydrops and multiple malformation syndromes -- Assessment of twin gestation -- Fetal growth -- Cranial abnormalities -- Diagnosis of spina bifida and other dysraphisms in the fetus -- Abnormalities of the face and neck -- Cardiac abnormalities and arrhythmias -- Pulmonary abnormalities -- Skeletal abnormalities -- Abdominal and abdominal wall abnormalities -- Urinary tract abnormalities -- Haematological disorders -- Fetal tumours -- Fetal magnetic resonance imaging -- Fetal pathology.
  • pt. A-B, C, 2007, 2010.From: ScienceDirect
    pt. B, 2007From: ScienceDirect
    pt. C, 2010From: ScienceDirect
    edited by Melvin I. Simon, Brian R. Crane, Alexandrine Crane.
    Pt. A. Computational analyses of sequences and sequence alignments ; Biochemical and genetic assays of individual components of signaling systems ; Physiological assays and readouts -- Pt. B. Structural approaches ; Reconstritution of heterogeneous systems ; Intracellular methods and assays ; Genome-wide analyses of two-component systems.
  • 2009From: Springer Protocols
    edited by David Sheehan and Raymond Tyther.
    Two-dimensional electrophoresis : an overview / Richard Smith -- Solubilization of proteins in 2DE : an outline / Thierry Rabilloud -- Selection of pH ranges in 2DE / Mireille Starita-Geribaldi -- Difficult proteins / Ben Herbert and Elizabeth Harry -- Organelle proteomics / Matthias Plöscher ... [et al.] -- Applications of chemical tagging approaches in combination with 2DE and mass spectrometry / Alexander Leitner and Wolfgang Lindner -- Immunoblotting 2DE membranes / Brian McDonagh -- Troubleshooting image analysis in 2DE / Bettina Levänen and Åsa M. Wheelock -- Analysis of bacterial proteins by 2DE / Philip Cash and Evelyn Argo -- Proteomic analysis of Caenorhabditis elegans / Pan-Young Jeong ...[et al.] -- Protein extraction for 2DE / Claus Zabel and Joachim Klose -- Analysis of proteins from marine molluscs / Suze Chora, Maria João Bebianno, and Michèle Roméo -- Preparation and analysis of plastid proteomes by 2DE / Anne von Zychlinski and Wilhelm Gruissem -- High resolution 2DE / Katrin Marcus ...[et al.] -- Blue native-gel electrophoresis proteomics / Kelly Andringa, Adrienne King, and Shannon Bailey -- 2DE for proteome analysis of human metaphase chromosomes / Kiichi Fukui and Susumu Uchiyama -- Microsomal proteomics / Diana M. Wong and Khosrow Adeli -- Prefractionation using microscale solution IEF / Won-A Joo and David Speicher -- Diagonal electrophoresis for detection of protein disulphide bridges / Brian McDonagh -- High-resolution large-gel 2DE / Claus Zabel and Joachim Klose -- Silver staining of proteins in 2DE gels / Cécile Lelong ...[et al.] -- Detection of 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal- and 3-nitrotyrosine-modified proteins using a proteomics approach / Rukhsana Sultana, Tanea Reed, and D. Allan Butterfield -- Proteomic detection of oxidized and reduced thiol proteins in cultured cells / Sarah L. Cuddihy ...[et al.] -- Detection of ubiquitination in 2DE / Brian McDonagh -- Phosphoroproteome analysis by in-gel isoelectric focusing and tandem mass spectrometry / Sarka Beranova-Georgianni, Dominic M. Desiderio, and Francesco Giorgianni -- Detection of protein glutathionylation / Elisabetta Gianazza, Ivano Eberini, and Pietro Ghezzi -- Activity-based protein profiling of protein tyrosine phosphatases / Chad Walls, Bo Zhou, and Zhong-Yin Zhang -- Active protease mapping in 2DE gels / Zhenjun Zhao and Pamela J. Russell -- Two-dimensional difference gel electrophoresis / Gert Van den Bergh -- Protein expression profiling / Brian P. Bradley, Bose Kalampanayil, and Michael C. O'Neill -- C-terminal sequence analysis of 2DE-separated proteins / Bart Samyn, Kjell Sergeant, and Jozef Van Beeumen -- Shotgun protein analysis by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry / Kazuishi Kubota, Toshiyuki Kosaka, and Kimihisa Ichikawa --De novo sequence analysis of N-terminal sulfonated peptides after in-gel guanidination / Kjell Sergeant, Jozef Van Beeumen, and Bart Samyn -- Tryptic digestion of in-gel proteins for mass spectrometry analysis / Mai-Loan Huynh, Pamela Russell, and Bradley Walsh -- Database interrogation algorithms for identification of proteins in proteomic separations / Patricia M. Palagi, Frédérique Lisacek, and Ron D. Appel -- Creating 2DE databases for the world wide web / Christine Hoogland, Khaled Mostaguir, and Ron D. Appel.
  • 2011From: Springer
    Thomas Curran, Yves Christen, editors.
    Homeostasis involves a delicate interplay between generative and degenerative processes to maintain a stable internal environment. In biological systems, equilibrium is established and controlled through a series of negative feedback mechanisms driven by a range of signal transduction processes. Failures in these complex communication pathways result in instability leading to disease. Cancer represents a state of imbalance caused by an excess of cell proliferation. In contrast, neurodegeneration is a consequence of excessive cell loss in the nervous system. Both of these disorders exhort profound tolls on humanity and they have been subject to a great deal of research designed to ameliorate this suffering. ...--Foreword.
  • 2012From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Bernhard Suter, Erich E. Wanker.
    Matrix-based yeast two-hybrid screen strategies and comparison of systems / Roman Häuser [and others] -- Array-based yeast two-hybrid screens : a practical guide / Roman Häuser [and others] -- High-throughput yeast two-hybrid screening / George G. Roberts III [and others] -- A stringent yeast two-hybrid matrix screening approach for protein-protein interaction discovery / Josephine M. Worseck [and others] -- High-throughput yeast two-hybrid screening of complex cDNA libraries / Kerstin Mohr and Manfred Koegl -- Virus-human cell interactomes / Lionel Tafforeau, Chantal Rabourdin-Combe, and Vincent Lotteau -- Interactome mapping in malaria parasites : challenges and opportunities / Douglas J. LaCount -- Mapping interactomes with high coverage and efficiency using the shifted transversal design / Xiaofeng Xin, Charles Boone, and Nicolas Thierry-Mieg -- Assigning confidence scores to protein-protein interactions / Jingkai Yu, Thilakam Murali, and Russell L. Finley Jr. -- The integration and annotation of the human interactome in the UniHI database / Gautam Chaurasia and Matthias Futschik -- Gene-centered yeast one-hybrid assays / John S. Reece-Hoyes and Albertha J.M. Walhout -- One- plus two-hybrid system for the efficient selection of missense mutant alleles defective in protein-protein interactions / Ji Young Kim, Ok Gu Park, and Young Chul Lee -- Investigation of membrane protein interactions using the split-ubiquitin membrane yeast two-hybrid system / Julia Petschnigg [and others] -- Application of the split-protein sensor trp1 to protein interaction discovery in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae / Mandana Rezwan [and others] -- Tetracycline repressor-based mammalian two-hybrid systems / Kathryn Moncivais and Zhiwen Jonathan Zhang -- The fluorescent two-hybrid (F2H) assay for direct analysis of protein-protein interactions in living cells / Kourosh Zolghadr, Ulrich Rothbauer, and Heinrich Leonhardt -- ArrayMAPPIT : a screening platform for human protein interactome analysis / Sam Lievens [and others] -- MAPPIT as a high-throughput screening assay for modulators of protein-protein interactions in HIV and HCV / Bertrand Van Schoubroeck [and others] -- Integrated measurement of split TEV and cis-regulatory assays using EXT encoded reporter libraries / Anna Botvinik and Moritz J. Rossner.
  • 2014From: OSO
    Stanley B. Klein.
    Introductory remarks about the problem of the self -- The epistemological self : the self of neural instantiation -- The ontological self : the self of first-person subjectivity -- The epistemological and ontological selves : a brief "summing up" -- Empirical evidence and the ontological and epistemological selves -- Some final thoughts.
  • Diane Irene Schroeder.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2015From: Springer
    Salah Mansour, Jacques Magnan, Hassan Haidar, Karen Nicolas.
    This book reviews current knowledge of the etiopathogenesis, pathophysiology, and molecular biology of tympanic membrane retraction pockets and provides clear guidance on clinical assessment and treatment. A new diagnostic approach based on clinicoradiologic correlations is presented, and the ability of computer tomography to offer objective criteria for improved differentiation between stable and unstable or unsafe retraction pockets is explained. Surgical options are discussed, and on the basis of their own clinical and surgical experiences the authors propose a novel procedure, masto-atticotomy with anterior epitympanotomy (AER surgery), which addresses the causative factors underlying a retraction pocket. This surgery aims to restore adequate aeration routes for the middle ear compartments situated above the tympanic diaphragm; it results in better control of the pathology and in most cases prevents its recurrence. The book will assist otologists and surgeons in ensuring that retraction pockets are effectively diagnosed and treated, avoiding progression to cholesteatoma.
  • Ugo Fisch ; in collaboration with John Scott May and Thomas Linder ; with contributions by Beat Porcellini.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
    Tympanoplasty -- Myringoplasty, meatoplasty, and canalplasty -- Ossiculoplasty -- Special applications with tympanoplasty -- Mastoidectomy and epitympanectomy -- Special applications of mastoidectomy -- Stapedotomy and stapedectomy -- Special applications of stapes surgery -- Conventional and multiplanar high-resolution computed tomography of the temporal bone -- Imaging for tympanoplasty and mastoidectomy -- Imaging for Stapes surgery -- Rules and hints -- MIcrosurgical equpiment.
  • 2012From: Springer
    Ian Gallen, editor.
    Endocrine and Metabolic Responses to Exercise / Kostas Tsintzas and Ian A. MacDonald -- The Impact of Type 1 Diabetes on the Physiological Responses to Exercise / Michael C. Riddell Ph.D. -- Pre-exercise Insulin and Carbohydrate Strategies in the Exercising T1DM Individual / Richard M. Bracken, Daniel J. West and Stephen C. Bain -- Physical Activity in Childhood Diabetes / Krystyna A. Matyka and S. Francesca Annan -- The Role of Newer Technologies (CSII and CGM) and Novel Strategies in the Management of Type 1 Diabetes for Sport and Exercise / Alistair N. Lumb -- Hypoglycemia and Hypoglycemia Unawareness During and Following Exercise / Lisa M. Younk and Stephen N. Davis -- Fueling the Athlete with Type 1 Diabetes / Carin Hume -- Diabetes and Doping / Richard I. G. Holt -- Synthesis of Best Practice / Ian Gallen -- The Athlete's Perspective / Christopher J. Pennell, Jen Alexander, Mark S. Blewitt, Russell D. Cobb and Sebastien Sasseville, et al.
  • 2009From: Springer Protocols
    edited by Claire Stocker.
  • 2005From: HighWire
    edited by K.G.M.M. Alberti, P. Lefebvre.
    Also available: Print – 2005
  • 2008From: Springer
    edited by Mark N. Feinglos, M. Angelyn Bethel.
    Epidemiology of Type 2 Diabetes -- Pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus -- Metabolic mechanisms of muscle insulin resistance -- Fat metabolism in insulin resistance and Type 2 Diabetes -- Detection and diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes - Therapies for delay or prevention of Type 2 Diabetes -- Postprandial hyperglycemia -- Medical nutrition therapy in Type 2 Diabetes -- Exercise as an effective treatment for Type 2 Diabetes -- Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: an evidence-based approach to practical management: noninsulin pharmacological therapies -- The transition from oral agents to combination insulin/oral therapy -- Intensive insulin therapy in T2DM -- Hypoglycemia in Type 2 Diabetes -- Type 2 Diabetes and concomitant illness: the prepared practice -- Adherence to practice guidelines for people with Diabetes Mellitus -- Treatment of hypertension in Type 2 Diabetes -- Lipoproteins in Diabetes: risk and opportunity -- Management of coronary artery disease in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus -- Peripheral vascular disease and stroke in Type 2 Diabetes -- Obesity and its treatment in Type 2 Diabetes -- The liver in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus -- Developing criteria for defining Type 2 Diabetes in pregnancy -- Metabolic complications of polycystic ovary syndrome -- Erectile dysfunction in Diabetes -- Sexual dysfunction in women with Type 2 Diabetes -- Depression in Type 2 Diabetes -- Atypical forms in Type 2 Diabetes -- Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 and stress: pathophysiology and treatment -- Pharmacologic factors affecting glycemic control -- Influencing self-management: from compliance to collaboration.
  • 2011From: Springer
    by Ronald A. Codario.
    Pathophysiology of type-2 diabetes -- Guidelines and classifications -- Exercise -- Nutrition -- Obesity and the metabolic syndrome -- Oral agents for type-2 diabetes -- Insulin use -- Non-insulin injectables -- Macrovascular disease -- Microvascular disease -- Diabetic dyslipidemia -- Hypertension in diabetics -- The pathophysiology and metabolic impact of hyperglycemia -- Risk reduction in the diabetic patient -- Diabetes in special populations.
  • Donna Lynn Thibault.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record
  • 2012From: Future Med
    editors [sic], Peter Reichardt.
    Tyrosine kinase inhibitors for gastrointestinal stromal tumor / Peter Reichardt -- Gastrointestinal stromal tumor pathophysiology & drug targets / Eva Wardelmann -- Imatinib / Sebastian Bauer & Michael Montemurro -- Sunitinib / Wen Wen Shan & Charles D. Blanke -- Other tyrosine kinase inhibitors in clinical trials / Maria Debiec-Rychter & Sebastian Bauer -- Other tyrosine kinase inhibitors in development and future directions / Uwe Knippschild, Christian Peifer, Joachim Bischof & Klaus Kramer -- Index.
  • Ricardo Theodore Paniagua.
    PrintStatus: Not Checked OutLane Catalog Record

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