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  • 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.
  • Trauma manual. 4th ed. Lane Catalog record
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  • Trauma. 7th ed. 2013, AccessSurgery
    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.
  • Traumatic brain injury 2012, Springer
  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Part 1.THE MARKETPLACE AND TREATMENT ASPECTS --Moisturizers as Cosmetics, Medicines, or Medical Device? The Regulatory Demands in the European Union /Amy Sörensen, Peter Landvall and Marie Lodén --Design of Claims Support for Moisturizers /Judith K. Woodford --Educational Interventions for the Management of Children with Dry Skin /Steven J. Ersser and Noreen Heer Nicol --Dry Skin in Childhood and the Misery of Eczema and Its Treatments /Susan Lewis-Jones --Use of Moisturizers in Patients with Atopic Dermatitis /Kam Lun Ellis Hon and Alexander K. C. Leung.Part 2.SKIN ESSENTIALS --Sensory Systems of Epidermal Keratinocytes /Mitsuhiro Denda --Sensitive Skin: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Contributors /Miranda A. Farage and Michael K. Robinson --Electron Tomography of Skin /Lars Norlén --Filaggrin Gene Defects and Dry Skin Barrier Function /Martin Willy Meyer and Jacob P. Thyssen --Molecular Organization of the Lipid Matrix in Stratum Corneum and Its Relevance for the Protective Functions of Human Skin /Mila Boncheva --Desquamation: It Is Almost All About Proteases /Rainer Voegeli and Anthony V. Rawlings --Endogenous Retroviral-Like Aspartic Protease, SASPase as a Key Modulator of Skin Moisturization /Takeshi Matsui --Vernix Caseosa and Its Substitutes: Lipid Composition and Physicochemical Properties /Marty O. Visscher and Steven B. Hoath --The Role of Tight Junctions and Aquaporins in Skin Dryness /J. M. Brandner --Biomechanics of the Barrier Function of Human Stratum Corneum /Kemal Levi and Reinhold H. Dauskardt /--Part 3.Dry Skin Disorders and Treatments --Update on Atopic Eczema with Special Focus on Dryness and the Impact of Moisturizers /Eric Simpson --Update on Hand Eczema with Special Focus on the Impact of Moisturisers /Christina Williams and Mark Wilkinson --Update on Ichthyosis with Special Emphasis on Dryness and the Impact of Moisturizers /Johannes Wohlrab --Psoriasis and Dry Skin: The Impact of Moisturizers /Joachim W. Fluhr, Enzo Berardesca and Razvigor Darlenski --Update on Infant Skin with Special Focus on Dryness and the Impact of Moisturizers /Georgios N. Stamatas and Neena K. Tierney.Part 4.INGREDIENTS AND TREATMENT EFFECTS --The Composition and Development of Moisturizers /Steve Barton --Ungual Formulations: Topical Treatment of Nail Diseases /Kenneth A. Walters --Preservation of Moisturisers /D. Godfrey --Potential Allergens in Moisturizing Creams /Ana Rita Travassos and An Goossens --Formulating Moisturizers Using Natural Raw Materials /Swarnlata Saraf --Chemical and Physical Properties of Emollients /Jari T. Alander --Polyfunctional Vehicles by the Use of Vegetable Oils /Luigi Rigano and Chiara Andolfatto --The Effect of Natural Moisturizing Factors on the Interaction Between Water Molecules and Keratin /Noriaki Nakagawa --Impact of Stratum Corneum Damage on Natural Moisturizing Factor (NMF) in the Skin /Lisa M. Kroll, Douglas R. Hoffman, Corey Cunningham and David W. Koenig --Water and Minerals in the Treatment of Dryness /Ronni Wolf, Danny Wolf, Donald Rudikoff and Lawrence Charles Parish --Hyaluronan Inside and Outside of Skin /Aziza Wahby, Kathleen Daddario DiCaprio and Robert Stern --Glycerol as a Skin Barrier Influencing Humectant /Laurène Roussel, Nicolas Atrux-Tallau and Fabrice Pirot --The Use of Urea in the Treatment of Dry Skin /Marie Lodén --Urea and Skin: A Well-Known Molecule Revisited /Alessandra Marini, Jean Krutmann and Susanne Grether-Beck --The Influence of Climate on the Treatment of Dry Skin with Moisturizer /C. Stick and E. Proksch --Emollient Therapy and Skin Barrier Function /Majella E. Lane --Skin Barrier Responses to Moisturizers: Functional and Biochemical Changes /Izabela Buraczewska-Norin --Changes in Stratum Corneum Thickness, Water Gradients and Hydration by Moisturizers /Jonathan M. Crowther, Paul J. Matts and Joseph R. Kaczvinsky --Skin Moisture and Heat Transfer /Jerrold Scott Petrofsky and Lee Berk.
  • 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.
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    Section 1: Introduction -- Definitions and classification of epilepsy -- Epidemiology and prognosis of epilepsy and its treatment -- Sudden death in epilepsy -- Aetiology of epilepsy -- Differential diagnosis of epilepsy -- Mechanisms of epileptogenesis -- Mechanisms of drug resistance in epilepsy -- Antiepileptic drug discovery -- Mechanisms of antiepileptic drug action -- Drug interactions in epilepsy -- Section 2: Principles of medical treatment -- General principles of medical treatment -- Management of newly diagnosed epilepsy -- Management of epilepsy in remission -- Management of epilepsy in infants -- Management of epilepsy in children -- Management of epilepsy in the elderly person -- Management of epilepsy in people with learning disability -- Emergency treatment of seizures and status epilepticus -- Treatment of epilepsy in general medical conditions -- Treatment of psychiatric disorders in epilepsy -- The ketogenic diet -- Complimentary and alternative treatments in epilepsy -- Reproductive aspects of epilepsy treatment -- Genetic counselling in epilepsy -- Diagnosis and treatment of non-epileptic seizures.Section 3: drugs used in the treatment of epilepsy -- The choice of drugs and approach to drug treatment in epilepsy -- Acetazolamide -- Carbamazepine -- Clobazam -- Clonazepam -- Short-acting and other benzodiazepines -- Ethosuximide -- Felbamate -- Fosphenytoin -- Gabapentin -- Lamotrigine -- Levetiracetam -- Oxcarbazepine -- Phenobarbital, primidone and other barbiturates -- Phenytoin -- Piracetam -- Pregabalin -- Rufinamide -- Tiagabine -- Topiramate -- Valproate -- Vigabatrin -- Zonisamide -- Other drugs more rarely used in the treatment of epilepsy -- Antiepileptic drugs in clinical trials.Section 4: Presurgical and evaluation of epilepsy and epilepsy surgery -- Introduction to epilepsy surgery and its presurgical assessment -- The scalp EEG in presurgical evaluation of epilepsy -- Invasive EEG in presurgical evaluation of epilepsy -- MEG in presurgical evaluation of epilepsy -- MRI in presurgical evaluation of epilepsy -- PET and SPECT in presurgical evaluation of epilepsy -- New physiological and radiological investigations in the presurgical evaluation of epilepsy -- Psychological testing in presurgical evaluation of epilepsy -- The role of psychiatric assessment in presurgical evaluation -- Surgery of hippocampal sclerosis -- Resective surgery of neoplastic lesions for epilepsy -- Resective surgery of vascular and infective lesions for epilepsy -- Surgery of cortical dysgenesis for epilepsy -- Surgery of post-traumatic epilepsy -- Paediatric epilepsy surgery -- Hemispherectomy for epilepsy -- Corpus callosum section for epilepsy -- Multiple subpial transection for epilepsy -- Awake surgery for epilepsy -- Stereotactic surgery for epilepsy-- Complications of epilepsy surgery -- Anaesthesia for epilepsy surgery -- Vagus nerve stimulation -- Future surgical approaches to epilepsy.
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  • Machine generated contents note: SECTION 1 THE FUNDAMENTALS -- ch. 1 A Tale of Two Clinics - The Treatment of Infertility with Chinese Medicine or Western Medicine -- ch. 2 The Menstrual Cycle -- Becoming a specialist in female infertility -- The Chinese and Western medicine approach -- The organs -- The Kidney, the Heart and the Uterus -- The other organs -- The substances -- Jing -- Yin -- Yang -- Blood -- Shen -- Qi -- The channels -- The Chong and the Ren vessels -- The Bao vessel and the Bao channel -- The Du and the Dai vessels -- How it all begins -- The menstrual cycle -- The length of the cycle -- Phases of the TCM menstrual cycle -- The Yin part of the cycle -- Follicular phase (proliferative or estrogenic phase) -- Midcycle phase (ovulation) -- The Yang part of the cycle -- Luteal phase (progestogenic or secretory phase) -- Back to the drawing board -- Parallels between TCM and Western parameters -- ch. 3 Charting the Menstrual Cycle -- Introduction -- The BBT chart --Contents note continued: The how's and why's of BBT measurements and other observations -- History of the BBT chart -- Charting the cycle from day I -- The thermometer -- The urinary ovulation predictor kit -- The chart -- Fertile mucus -- Position of the cervix -- Putting it all together -- BBT charts and pattern diagnosis -- Pattern variations -- The follicular or low phase -- Ovulation -- The luteal or high phase -- More on discharges -- SECTION 2 IN THE CLINIC -- ch. 4 Diagnosis and Treatment of Female Infertility -- pt. I Making a Diagnosis -- Introduction -- The two key elements: ovulation and menstruation -- Taking a history -- The period -- Midcycle -- Pain in the ovary -- Breast tenderness -- Genital discomfort -- TCM categories of female infertility -- Kidney deficiency -- Heart and Liver Qi stagnation -- Blood stagnation -- Phlegm-Damp accumulation -- pt. 2 Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatments for Functional Infertility -- Same disease, different treatments --Contents note continued: Prescribing treatment -- Timing of treatments -- Prescriptions -- Problems in the follicular phase or at ovulation -- Menstrual phase - discharging the lining of the uterus -- Post-menstrual phase - building Kidney Yin and the Blood -- Preparing for ovulation -- Modifications and variations -- Midcycle phase - promoting movement of Qi and Blood -- Modifications and variations -- Midcycle bleeding -- Problems in the luteal phase or at implantation -- Post-ovulation phase - maintaining Kidney Yang -- Methods to boost the Yang -- Modifications and variations -- In the clinic: putting it all together -- Treatment during pregnancy -- Morning sickness -- Towards the end of pregnancy -- ch. 5 Gynecologic Disorders which can cause Infertility -- Introduction -- Diseases and disorders which cause or contribute to infertility -- pt. I Endometriosis, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Fibroids and Polyps -- Endometriosis -- Etiology -- The clinical picture -- Endometriosis and infertility -- Treatment with Western medicine -- TCM treatment of endometriosis -- Strategies for treating Endometriosis -- A simpler approach -- Pelvic inflammatory disease -- TCM analysis of pelvic inflammatory disease -- Treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease -- Fibroids and polyps -- pt. 2 Ovulatory Disorders and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome -- Amenorrhea and disorders of ovulation -- Different types of ovulatory dysfunction -- Drugs used to induce ovulation -- TCM analysis of drugs -- TCM analysis of different types of ovulation disorders and amenorrhea -- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) -- PCOS and TCM -- PCOS with weight gain -- PCOS without weight gain -- Research in PCOS and TCM -- Combining TCM and western medicine -- ch. 6 Blockage of the Fallopian Tubes -- Introduction -- Can Chinese medicine treat fallopian tube blockage? -- Diagnosis of tubal blockage -- The structure of the fallopian tubes --Contents note continued: Damage to the structure of the tube -- Treatment with Chinese medicine for early-stage structural blockages -- Diagnosis -- Functional blockages -- Treatment with Chinese medicine for functional blockages -- Additional treatments for structural blockages -- Flushing the tubes -- Application of herbal medicines per rectum -- Physiotherapy -- Acupuncture -- ch. 7 Male Infertility -- Introduction -- Where and how sperm are made -- The sperm factory -- Semen analysis -- Normal parameters -- Declining sperm counts -- Age and sperm -- Constriction and heat -- Antisperm antibodies, vasectomies, varicoceles, and other blockages -- Diagnosis of male infertility in TCM -- Kidney Yin deficiency -- Kidney Yang deficiency -- Damp-Heat -- Qi and Blood stagnation -- TCM treatment of infertility -- Kidney Yin and Yang deficiency -- Damp-Heat -- Qi and Blood stagnation -- IVF procedures -- Diet and lifestyle -- ch. 8 Pregnancy Loss, Miscarriage, Immune Infertility, and Ectopic Pregnancy -- Miscarriage -- Pre- and post-implantation loss -- Miscarriage and age -- Threatened miscarriage -- Causes of threatened miscarriage -- TCM treatment of threatened miscarriage -- Western medical treatment for threatened miscarriage -- Inevitable miscarriage -- Ensuring expulsion of all pregnancy products -- Control the amount of blood lost -- Recover the Qi and Blood -- Late-stage miscarriage -- Recurrent miscarriage -- Prevention of future miscarriage -- Causes of recurrent miscarriage -- TCM diagnosis and treatment of recurrent miscarriage -- Immune-related miscarriages -- Early pregnancy -- Missed abortion -- Male factor treatment -- Conception timing and miscarriage -- Ectopic pregnancy -- Preventing ectopic pregnancies -- Other ectopic pregnancies -- Conclusion -- SECTION 3 COMBINING CHINESE AND WESTERN MEDICINE --Contents note continued: ch. 9 Assisted Reproduction Technology and In Vitro Fertilization -- Introduction -- IVF statistics -- The ART clinic -- Artificial insemination (AI) -- In vitro fertilization (IVF) -- ch. 10 Assisted Reproduction Technology and Traditional Chinese Medicine -- Infertility patients and their treatment needs -- Comparing different infertility treatments -- IVF and TCM - different approach -- IVF and TCM - different techniques -- IVF and TCM - different emphasis -- In the clinic - combining TCM and ART -- TCM and IVF - points of influence -- Diagnosis of the IVF patient -- ch. 11 Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment of the IVF Patient -- Using TCM in preparation for an IVF cycle -- Kidney deficiency (and egg quality) -- Heart and Liver Qi stagnation (and sleep and stress) -- Blood stagnation -- Phlegm-Damp (and weight loss) -- Preparation for IVF for men -- Treatment during the IVF cycle -- 4-Phase TCM treatment during the IVF cycle -- Ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome -- The positive pregnancy test -- The negative pregnancy test -- Research on acupuncture and IVF -- Effects on implantation and pregnancy rate -- Acupuncture points used on the day of embryo transfer (ET) -- Effects on endometrium -- Conclusion -- SECTION 4 LIFESTYLE AND FERTILITY -- ch. 12 Diet and Lifestyle -- Introduction -- A Chinese medicine perspective -- Jing -- Yin -- Yang -- Qi and Blood -- Phlegm-Damp -- Fluid intake -- Preconception diets -- Nutritional supplements -- Weight -- Losing weight -- Exercise -- Stress -- Sleep -- Sleep and sex hormones -- Sleep and metabolism -- Sleep and stress -- Sleep and the immune system -- A good night's sleep -- Our daily drugs -- Caffeine -- Alcohol -- Nicotine -- Marijuana -- Junk food -- Other drugs -- Environmental pollutants -- Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) -- Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) -- Phthalates -- Bisphenol A (BPA) -- Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) -- 4-vinylcyclohexene diepoxide (VCD) -- Trichloroethylene (TCE) -- Alkylphenol ethoxylates (APEs) -- Glycol ethers -- Heavy metals -- Electromagnetic fields -- Conclusions.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Introduction : planning the trip -- Person-centered care -- The value of individual planning -- Assessment -- Understanding needs : the narrative summary -- Setting goals -- Focusing on change : specifying the objectives -- Interventions -- Evaluating the process.
  • 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.
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  • "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.
  • "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.
  • Treatments from toxins 2007, CRCnetBASE
  • 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.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Trigger point dry needling 2013, ScienceDirect
  • 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.
  • TRIM/RBCC proteins 2012, Springer
    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.
  • Trinucleotide repeat protocols 2004, Springer Protocols
    Mouse models of triplet repeat diseases / Gillian P. Bates and David G. Hay -- Analysis of triplet repeat replication by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis / Maria M. Krasilnikova and Sergei M. Mirkin -- Genetic analysis for triplet repeat instability in yeast / Michael J. Dixon, Saumitri Bhattacharyya, and Robert S. Lahue -- Detection and isolation of trinucleotide repeat expansions using the RED method / Qiu-Ping Yuan and Martin Schalling -- Analysis of unstable triplet repeats using small pool polymerase chain reaction / Mário Gomes-Pereira, Sanjay I. Bidichandani, and Darren G. Monckton -- Real-time RT-PCR for CTG repeat-containing genes / Maria Eriksson -- Antibodies against Huntingtin: production and screening of monoclonals and single-chain recombinant forms / Ali Khoshnan ... [et al.] -- Using antibodies to analyze polyglutamine stretches / Elizabeth Brooks ... [et al.] -- Solubilization of aggregates formed by expanded polyglutamine tract expression in cultured cells / Noriko Hazeki and Ichiro Kanazawa -- Caenorhabditis elegans as a model system for triplet repeat diseases / Cindy Voisine and Anne C. Hart --Monitoring aggregate formation in organotypic slice cultures from transgenic mice / Donna L. Smith and Gillian P. Bates -- The CGG repeat and the FMR1 gene / Violeta Stoyanova and Ben A. Oostra -- Analysis of CTG repeats using DM1 model mice / Cédric Savouret, Claudine Junien, and Genevieve Gourdon -- Lentiviral-mediated gene transfer to model triplet repeat disorders / Etienne Régulier ... [et al.] -- Mouse tissue culture models of unstable triplet repeats / Mário Gomes-Pereira and Darren G. Monckton -- Neurotransmitter receptor analysis in transgenic mouse models / Caroline L. Benn, Laurie A. Farrell, and Jang-ho J. Cha -- Chromatin immunoprecipitation technique for study of transcriptional dysregulation in intact mouse brain / Melissa W. Braveman ... [et al.] -- Techniques for thick-section golgi impregnation of formalin-fixed brain tissue / Tracie L. Moss and William O. Whetsell, Jr -- Assessment of impaired proteasomal function in a cellular model of polyglutamine diseases / Nihar Ranjan Jana and Nobuyuki Nukina -- Assessment of in vitro and in vivo mitochondrial function in Friedreich's Ataxia and Huntington's Disease / Anthony Schapira and Raffaele Lodi --Triplet repeats and DNA repair: germ cell and somatic cell instability in transgenic mice / Irina V. Kovtun, Craig Spiro, and Cynthia T. McMurray -- Oxidative damage in Huntington's Disease / José Segovia and Francisca Pérez-Severiano.
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  • Severe malaria, South African perspective / Lucille Blumberg -- Severe malaria: North American perspective / Monica E. Parise, and Linda S. Lewis -- Viruses in the intensive care unit (ICU), South African perspective / Guy A. Richards, Bunter Schleicher and Mervyn Mer -- Viral infections in ICU patients, North American perspective / David E. Greenburg, and Stephen B. Greenberg -- Tuberculosis in the intensive care unit, South African perspective / Charles Feldman -- Tuberculosis in the intensive care unit: the North American Perspective / Loren C. Denlinger, and Jeffrey Glassroth -- HIV in the ICU, South African perspective / Alan S. Karstaedt, L. Rhudo Mathivha, Christine L.N. Banage -- HIV infection and associated infections in the intensive care unit: perspectives from North America / Scott E. Evans and Andrew H. Limper -- African trypanosomiasis / Hayden T. White -- Parasitic infections in the ICU / John Frean -- Fungal infections in the ICU / Francois I. Venter and Ian Sanne -- Endemic mycosis, North American perspective / Chadi A. Hage, Kenneth S. Knox, George A. Sarosi -- Index.
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  • 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 www.expertconsult.com 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.
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  • Tropomyosin 2008, Springer
    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.
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    Ethnic symbols in conflicted times -- Eradicating a "Jewish gene": promises and pitfalls in the fight against Tay-Sachs disease -- Risky business in white America: gene therapy and other ventures in the treatment of cystic fibrosis -- A perilous lottery for the Black family: sickle cells, social justice, and the new therapeutic gamble -- Dreams amid diversity.
  • TRP channels 2011, CRCnetBASE
    "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.
  • 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.
  • Truly human enhancement 2014, Click LINK above for location/circulation status.
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  • 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.
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    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.
  • Tumeurs malignes rares 2010, Springer
    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.
  • Tumor ablation 2013, Springer
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  • Tumor angiogenesis 2008, Springer
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  • Tumor immunoenvironment 2013, Springer
    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.
  • Tumor microenvironment 2010, Springer
    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Tumor necrosis factor 2004, Springer Protocols
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  • Tumor neurosurgery 2006, Springer
    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.
  • 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.
  • Tumor suppressor genes Springer Protocols
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    v. 1 Pathways and isolation strategies -- v. 2 Regulation, function, and medicinal application.
  • 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.
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  • Tumors of the central nervous system v. 1-, 2011-, Springer
    Pt. 1. Astrocytomas : diagnosis and biomarkers -- pt. 2. Astrocytomas : therapy -- pt. 3. Astrocytomas : prognosis -- pt. 4. Hemangioblastoma -- pt. 5. Ganglioglioma -- pt. 6. Spinal Tumors (Part 1) -- pt. 7. Meningiomas and Schwannomas -- pt. 8. Astrocytoma, Medulloblastoma, Retinoblastoma, Chordoma, Craniopharyngioma, Oligodendroglioma, and Ependymoma.
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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  • 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
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    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.
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    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.
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    v. 1. Statistical methods in clinical studies -- v. 2. Statistical modelling of complex medical data.
  • 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.
  • Twenty years of G-CSF 2012, Springer
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