- Video atlas of oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery 2011ClinicalKeyBasic techniques and instrumentation -- Chalazion incision and drainage -- Upper eyelid blepharoplasty -- Asian upper lid blepharoplasty -- Transconjunctival lower eyelid blepharoplasty -- Transcutaneous lower eyelid blepharoplasty with orbitomalar suspension and fat redraping -- Ptosis repair by external levator advancement -- Ptosis repair by small incision external levator advancement -- Ptosis repair by conjunctival Muller's muscle resection -- Ptosis repair by frontalis silicone sling -- Upper eyelid retraction repair -- Upper eyelid weight placement -- Direct brow lift -- Internal brow ptosis repair -- Endoscopic brow and forehead lifting -- Ectropion repair by retractor reinsertion and lateral tarsal strip -- Ectropion repair by medial spindle -- Entropion repair by transconjunctival approach -- Entropion repair by posterior tarsotomy -- Entropion repair by Wies procedure -- Epiblepharon repair -- Epiblepharon repair -- Lower eyelid retraction repair with dermis fat grafting -- Lower eyelid retraction repair with hard palate grafting -- Wedge resection and reconstruction of eyelid -- Lower eyelid reconstruction with Hughes tarsoconjunctival flap -- Lateral tarsorrhaphy -- Lower eyelid hyaluronic acid filler injection -- Botulinum toxin treatment for lateral canthal rhytides -- Botulinum toxin treatment for glabellar rhytides -- otulinum toxin treatment for forehead rhytides -- Endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy -- Endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with osteotome -- Endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with intranasal flap suturing -- Endoscopic conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy with Jones tube -- Bicanalicular intubation with silicone stent -- Silicone stent intubation with pigtail probe -- Orbital decompression -- Lateral orbitotomy with rim removal -- Anterior orbitotomy with lacrimal gland biopsy and reposition -- Optic nerve sheath fenestration -- Enucleation with implant placement -- Orbital varix removal.
- Video atlas-- liver, biliary & pancreatic surgery 2011ClinicalKeyDr. Leslie H Blumgart has developed an extensive library of high-quality, narrated, and captioned videos that present history, radiologic evidence, and operative procedures-from major and minor resectional procedures to biliary and pancreatic anastomotic techniques. Dr. Carlos U. Corvera has worked with Dr. Blumgart to contribute laparoscopic alternatives to these innovative and landmark surgeries. On DVD, and in print, this multimedia resource provides detailed, practical instruction on this challenging area of surgery. Master difficult, complex, and lesser-known surgeries through more than 10 hours of high-quality procedural videos narrated by Dr. Leslie H. Blumgart-a pioneer in the field. See how an expert handles difficult cases from clear illustrations and step-by-step discussions of procedures, including Dr. Blumgart's personal techniques. Get coverage of major and minor resectional procedures, biliary tract and pancreatic resection, biliary and pancreatic anastomotic techniques, and more-including newly pioneered minimally invasive procedures from Dr. Carlos U. Corvera.
- Video capsule endoscopy a reference guide and atlas 2014SpringerThis book is simultaneously a superb atlas and a detailed guide to all aspects of video capsule endoscopy. History, technique, performance, reading, indications, contraindications, outcomes, complications and alternative methods are described systematically by a large panel of experts. In addition, the full range of small bowel diseases, from the common to the rare, are described and illustrated using a unique and exhaustive collection of capsule endoscopy images that are accompanied by corresponding images of enteroscopy, surgery, radiology and histology whenever possible. The newest technology of colon capsule endoscopy is included and exciting potential future developments are also considered. This book will be indispensable for all who use the technique or are considering establishing a video capsule endoscopy service.
- Print MaterialThe Lancet: an introduction -- Vintage papers from The Lancet (1820s to 1860s from Wakley to Nightingle -- 1870s to 1910s from Bacteria to Blood Groups -- 1920s to 1950s from Iron Lungs to Ultrasound -- 1960s to 2005 from Thalidomide to SARS).
- Violence against women an international perspective 2007Springer
- Violence against women and mental health 2013KargerViolence against women, its prevalence and health consequences / Claudi García-Moreno, Heidi Stöckl -- Gender-based violence in the Middle-East : a review / Josyan Madi Skaff -- Violence against women in Latin America / Silvia Lucía Gaviria -- Violence against women in South Asia / Unaiza Niaz -- Violence against women in Europe : magnitude and the mental health consequences described by different data sources / Karin Helweg-Larsen -- Intimate partner violence as a risk factor for mental health problems in South Africa / Rachel Jewkes -- Intimate partner violence and mental health / Sian Oram, Louise M. Howard -- Sexual assault and women's mental health / Sandra L. Martin, Angela M. Parcesepe -- Child sexual abuse of girls / Harriet L. MacMillan, C. Nadine Wathen -- Sexual violence and armed conflict : a systematic review of psychosocial support interventions / Vivi Stavrou -- Abuse and trafficking among female migrants and refugees / Marianne Kastrup -- Abuse in doctor-patient relationships / Werner Tschan -- Workplace harassment based on sex : a risk factor for women's mental health problems / Lilia M. Cortina, Emily A. Leskinen -- Violence against women and suicidality : does violence cause suicidal behaviour? / Karen M. Devries, Maureen Seguin -- Violence against women suffering from severe psychiatric illness / Marta B. Rondon -- Violence against women and mental health / Claudia García-Moreno, Anita Riecher-Rössler.
- Violence and mental health its manifold faces 2015SpringerViolence is one of the most important challenges, not only for public health systems, but also for public mental health. Violence can have immediate as well as long-term and even transgenerational effects on the mental health of its victims. This book provides a comprehensive and wide-ranging assessment of the mental health legacy left by violence. It addresses the issues as they affect states, communities and families, in other words at macro-, meso-, and microlevels, beginning by describing the impact of violence on neurobiology and mental health, as well as the spectrum of syndromes and disorders associated with different forms of violence. ℗ℓ The work moves on to tackle violence at the international and intranationalℓ́ℓlevel before zeroing in on the nature of violence in communities such as villages or city districts. It also examines the results of violence in the family. Each type of violence has distinct effects on mental health, and in each chapter specific groups are explored in depth to demonstrate the heterogeneity of violence as well as the diversity of its outcomes in the realm of public mental health. Finally, the book addresses the notion of undoing violenceℓ́ℓ by detailing case studies of effective interventions and prevention occurring in countries, communities and families. These cases give us pause to reflect on the nature of resilience and dignity in the context of violence and mental health. All the chapters have been written by leading authors in the field and provide a state-of-the-art perspective. The authors, from different fields of expertise, facilitate interdisciplinary and international insights into the impact of violence on mental health.
- Viral entry into host cells 2013SpringerFor a virus to invade a host cell it needs to penetrate the physical barrier imposed by the plasma membrane. Viruses have evolved specialized surface proteins to meet this challenge. These proteins facilitate delivery of the viral genetic information into the host cell by either fusing the viral envelope with a host cell membrane or by forming membrane pores. Membrane fusion and pore formation critically depend on the engagement of host cell receptors and receptor choice is a key determinant of viral tropism. The multi-faceted interplay between viral and cellular factors during virus entry is a fascinating field of study, which can provide important insight into viral pathogenesis and define new targets for intervention. This book provides a comprehensive overview of this exciting field of research.
- Viral genome packaging machines: an overview / Carlos Enrique Catalano -- Bacteriophage lambda terminase and the mechanisms of viral DNA packaging / Michael Feiss and Carlos Enrique Catalano -- DNA packaging in bacteriophage T4 / Venigalla B. Rao and Lindsay W. Black -- T3/T7 DNA packaging / Philip Serwer -- DNA packaging by bacteriophage P22 / Sherwood Casjens and Peter Weigele -- Bacteriophage SPP1 DNA packaging / Anja Dröge and Paulo Tavares -- The phi 29 DNA packaging motor : seeking the mechanism / Dwight Anderson and Shelley Grimes -- Encapsidation of the segmented double-stranded RNA genome of bacteriophage f6 / Minna M. Poranen, Markus J. Pirttimaa, and Dennis H. Bamford -- Cleavage and packaging of herpes simplex virus 1 DNA / Joel D. Baines and Sandra K. Weller.
- Viral genome replication 2009Springer
- Viral haemorrhagic fevers. 1st ed. 2005ScienceDirect
- Viral hemorrhagic fevers 2014CRCnetBASEViral infections of the nervous system are important because they are associated with high morbidity and mortality. A variety of pathogenetic mechanisms are involved in these infections and an understanding of the pathogenesis is essential in understanding the diagnostic and clinical management aspects of the disease. Specialized investigations are often necessary for definitive diagnosis, although a presumptive diagnosis should often be suspected on the basis of the clinical features. Many of the chapters in this book are written by neurologists who are experts in basic science research of their topic in addition to active clinical practice in their specialty.
- Hepatitis A in children -- Epidemiology and natural history of hepatitis B in children -- Treatment of chronic hepatitis B in children -- Epidemiology and natural history of hepatitis C in children -- Treatment of chronic hepatitis C in children -- Hepatitis D and hepatitis E in children -- Hepatitis in children due to Non-A-E viruses -- Immunoprophylaxis of hepatitis A and hepatitis B in children -- Primary care of children with viral hepatitis: diagnosis, monitoring and general management.
- Viral infections and global change 2014WileyA timely exploration of the impact of global change on the emergence, reemergence, and control of vector-borne and zoonotic viral infections From massively destructive ""superstorms"" to rapidly rising sea levels, the world media is abuzz with talk of the threats to civilization posed by global warming. But one hazard that is rarely discussed is the dramatic rise in the number and magnitude of tropical virus outbreaks among human populations. One need only consider recent developments, such as the spread of chikungunya across southern Europe and dengue in Singapore, Brazil, and the so
- Striking changes have occurred in the world since the publication of the last edition of Viral Infections of Humans. The global population is rapidly approaching 8 billion; climate change is leading to the introduction of new hosts, vectors and virus diseases heretofore never seen in many parts of the world; technological advances have revolutionized the ability to recognize and characterize viruses new and old; vaccines are altering the epidemiological landscape of the diseases they target, in some cases raising the hope of their eradication; and remarkably powerful computational tools are enabling not only detection of outbreaks of disease much sooner than in the past but also, through complex mathematical modeling, more accurate prediction of their potential impact. The new Fifth Edition of Viral Infections of Humans captures both the excitement and frustration of the dynamic struggle between humankind and the viruses that continue to cause immense suffering. It presents the latest concepts, methods, and technologies in epidemiology, detection, investigation, modeling, and intervention. Updated and entirely new chapters by dozens of experts across the field provide analytic summaries of current knowledge of viruses and prions causing acute syndromes, chronic illnesses, and/or malignancies. In sum, this ambitiously expanded volume offers a uniquely comprehensive perspective on viruses in humans, from agents of classic diseases (e.g., hepatitis, measles, polio, rabies, and yellow fever), to those with greatest pandemic impact (e.g., influenza and human immunodeficiency virus), to those discovered relatively recently (e.g., henipavirus, metapneumovirus, and norovirus). The new Fifth Edition of Viral Infections of Humans is an invaluable reference for students, fellows and established professionals in the fields of microbiology, public health and infectious disease epidemiology, medicine, and health policy.
- Viral infections of the human nervous system 2013SpringerMachine generated contents note: pt. I Encephalitis -- Measles Virus Infection and Subacute Sclerosing Panencephalitis / Kalbiye Yalaz -- Epstein-Barr Virus and Cytomegalovirus Infections / Alex Tselis -- Herpes Simplex Virus Meningoencephalitis / Israel Steiner -- Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy / Allen J. Aksamit -- Varicella Zoster Virus Infections / Don Gilden -- pt. II Meningitis/Encephalitis/Poliomyelitis -- Enterovirus Infections / Burk Jubelt -- pt. III Retroviruses -- Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection/AIDS / William Tyor -- Human T-Cell Lymphotropic Virus Type 1 Infection / Raya Massoud -- pt. IV Viral Zoonoses -- Rabies / Alan C. Jackson -- West Nile Virus Infection / Marc Fischer -- Japanese Encephalitis Virus Infection / Tom Solomon -- Chikungunya Virus Infection / Philippe Gasque -- Nipah Virus Infection / Chong-Tin Tan -- Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers / Marylou V. Solbrig -- pt. V Unconventional Agents -- Prion Diseases / Valerie L. Sim.
- Viral molecular machines 2012SpringerViruses: sophisticated biological machines / M.G. Rossmann and V.B. Rao -- F(1)-ATPase: A prototypical rotary molecular motor / K. Kinosita, Jr. -- Principles of virus structural organization / B.V. Prasad and M.F. Schmid -- Reconstructing virus structures from nanometer to near-atomic resolutions with cryo-electron microscopy and tomography / J. Chang ... [et al.] -- Contractile tail machines of bacteriophages / P.G. Leiman and M.M. Shneider -- Long noncontractile tail machines of bacteriophages / A.R. Davidson ... [et al.] -- Short noncontractile tail machines: adsorption and DNA delivery by podoviruses / S.R. Casjens and I.J. Molineux -- Infection of cells by alphaviruses / D.T. Brown and R. Hernandez -- Influenza virus entry / M. Luo -- Molecular mechanisms of HIV entry / C.B. Wilen, J.C. Tilton and R.W. Doms -- Bunyavirus: structure and replication / T.S. Guu, W. Zheng and Y.J. Tao -- Viral polymerases / K.H. Choi -- Chaperonin-mediated folding of viral proteins / Z.L. Hildenbrand and R.A. Bernal -- Building the machines: scaffolding protein functions during bacteriophage morphogenesis / P.E. Prevelige and B.A. Fane -- Bacteriophage HK97 capsid assembly and maturation / R.W. Hendrix and J.E. Johnson -- Lipid-containing viruses: Bacteriophage PRD1 assembly / S.J. Butcher, V. Manole and N.J. Karhu -- Assembly of large icosahedral double-stranded RNA viruses / M.M. Poranen and D.H. Bamford -- The papillomavirus virion: a machine built to hide molecular Achilles' heels / C.B. Buck and B.L. Trus -- Procapsid assembly, maturation, nuclear exit: dynamic steps in the production of infectious herpesvirions / G. Cardone ... [et al.] -- Assembly and architecture of HIV / B.K. Ganser-Pornillos, M. Yeager and O. Pornillos -- Condensed genome structure / L.W. Black and J.A. Thomas -- The bacteriophage DNA packaging machine / M. Feiss and V.B. Rao -- The dsDNA packaging motor in Bacteriophage o29 / M.C. Morais -- Single-molecule studies of viral DNA packaging / Y.R. Chemla and D.E. Smith -- Genome gating in tailed bacteriophage capsids / P. Tavares, S. Zinn-Justin and E.V. Orlova -- Packaging in dsRNA Viruses / L. Mindich -- Mechanism of RNA packaging motor / E.J. Mancini and R. Tuma -- Helical viruses / G. Stubbs and A. Kendall.
- Ch. 1. An introduction to VNPs and nanotechnology -- ch. 2. Overview of the manifold VNPs used in nanotechnology -- ch. 3. Production of VNPs, VLPs, and chimeras -- ch. 4. The art of bioconjugation : functionalization of VNPs -- ch. 5. Encapsulating materials within VNPs -- ch. 6. VNPs as templates for materials synthesis -- ch. 7. Playing "nano-lego" : VNPs as building blocks for the construction of multi-dimensional arrays -- ch. 8. VNPs as tools for nanomedicine -- ch. 9. Summary and outlook.
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- Viral polymerases and related proteinsScienceDirect
- Viral proteases and antiviral protease inhibitor therapy proteases in biology and disease 2009Springer
- Print MaterialThe author, a Stanford biologist reveals the surprising origins of the world's most deadly viruses, and how we can overcome catastrophic pandemics. He discusses the complex interactions between humans and viruses, and the threat from viruses that jump from species to species. He tells the story of how viruses and human beings have evolved side by side through history; how deadly viruses like HIV, swine flu, and bird flu almost wiped us out in the past; and why modern life has made our species vulnerable to the threat of a global pandemic. His research missions to the jungles of Africa and the rain forests of Borneo have earned him the nickname "the Indiana Jones of virus hunters," and in this book he takes readers along on his groundbreaking and often dangerous research trips to reveal the surprising origins of the most deadly diseases and to explain the role that viruses have played in human evolution. In a world where each new outbreak seems worse than the one before, he points the way forward, as new technologies are brought to bear in the most remote areas of the world to neutralize these viruses and even harness their power for the good of humanity. His provocative vision of the future will change the way we think about viruses, and perhaps remove a potential threat to humanity's survival. -- Provided by publisher.
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- Viral transport in plants 2007Springer
- Viral vectors for gene therapy methods and protocols. [2nd ed.] 2011Springer ProtocolsIntroduction to viral vectors -- Introduction to gene therapy : a clinical aftermath -- Host cells and cell banking -- Overview of current scalable methods for purification of viral vectors -- Methods to construct recombinant adenovirus vectors -- Manufacturing of adenovirus vectors : production and purification of helper dependent adenovirus -- Manufacturing of retroviruses -- Lentiviral vectors -- Adeno-associated viruses -- Manufacturing of adeno-associated viruses, for example: AAV2 -- Vector characterization methods for quality control testing of recombinant adeno-associated viruses -- Baculoviruses mediate efficient gene expression in a wide range of vertebrate cells -- Herpes simplex virus type 1-derived recombinant and amplicon vectors -- Manufacture of measles viruses -- In vivo gene delivery into hCD34+ cells in a humanized mouse model -- In vivo evaluation of gene transfer into mesenchymal cells (in view of cartilage repair) -- Ethical consideration -- Clinical trials of GMP products in the gene therapy field.
- Virginia Woolf and neuropsychiatry 2013SpringerSexual abuse, literay genius and a mind gone awry -- Development of early 20th century psychiatry and its failure -- Freud, the subconscious and Virginia Woolf -- Virginia Woolf's suicide -- Neuropsychiatry and suicide -- Brain networks, hormones, and genes implicated in depression -- Pathology of synapses in brain networks implicated in depression -- On the mechanism of action of an anti-depressant -- On the identification of drugs modulating epigenetic mechanisms in depression -- Brain networks in psychosis -- On mental illness -- Mind, mental illness and the stream of consciousness.
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- Virtopsy approach 3D optical and radiological scanning and reconstruction in forensic medicine 2009CRCnetBASEA term coined by noted forensic pathologist Richard Dirnhofer, virtopsy refers to 'virtual autopsy', a modality that employs a spectrum of technologies including computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy, and 3D photogrammetry and surface scanning. This title reveals a comprehensive summary of the virtopsy procedure.
- Virtual colonoscopy a practical guide. 2nd ed. 2010SpringerWhy we do CTC : screening for colorectal cancer / Richard M. Mendelson -- The performance of CTC / Didier Bielen -- Starting CT colonography in your department / Darra Murphy, Alan O'Hare, and Helen Fenlon -- The eligible patient : indications and contraindications / M. Raquel Oliva, Ayodale S. Odulate, and Koenraad J. Mortele -- Patient preparation for CT colonography / J. Yee -- The prerequisite : faecal tagging / Philippe Lefere and Stefaan Gryspeerdt -- How to get the colon distended? / David Burling, Stuart Taylor, and Steve Halligan -- Right parameters / Andrea Laghi -- How to interpret CTC data : evaluation of the different lesion morphologies / Beth G. McFarland -- How to avoid pitfalls in imaging : causes and solutions to overcome false-negatives and false-positives / Stefaan Gryspeerdt and Philippe Lefere -- 3D imaging : invaluable for the correct diagnosis? / Ayso H. De Vries and Jaap Stoker -- The challenge : detection of early-stage superficial colorectal lesions -- Gen Iinuma ... [et al.] -- Extracolonic findings / Francesca Turini, Francesca Cerri, and Emanuele Neri -- The future : computer-aided detection / H. Yoshida -- Quality and consistency in reporting CT colonography / Abraham H. Dachman, Piotr R. Obara, and Michael E. Zalis -- Virtual colonoscopy : beyond polyp detection? / T. Mang ... [et al.] -- Pictorial overview of normal anatomy, mimics of disease, and neoplasia using CT colonography / J.G. Fletcher, Fargol Booya, and Luis S. Guimaraes.
- Virtual screening in drug discovery 2005CRCnetBASE
- Print Material"Whether sharing photos or following financial markets, many of us spend a shocking amount of time online. While the Internet can enhance well-being, [Stanford psychiatrist] Elias Aboujaoude has spent years treating patients whose lives have been profoundly disturbed by it. Part of the danger lies in how the Internet allows us to act with exaggerated confidence, sexiness, and charisma. This new self, which Aboujaoude dubs our "e-personality," manifests itself in every curt email we send, Facebook "friend" we make, and "buy now" button we click. Too potent to be confined online, however, e-personality traits seep offline, too, making us impatient, unfocused, and urge-driven even after we log off. This first scrutiny of the virtual world's transformative power on our psychology shows us how real life is being reconfigured in the image of a chat room, and how our identity increasingly resembles that of our avatar"--From publisher description.
- Print Material"AIDS was first described in 1981 and just under three years later the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was discovered. Confirming that HIV causes AIDS--now accepted by virtually all scientists--took rather longer. But where did HIV come from? When did it first infect us? How did it manage to spread so widely?"--Book jacket.
- Virus taxonomy classification and nomenclature of viruses : ninth report of the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses 2011ScienceDirectThe practical need to partition the world of viruses into distinguishable, universally agreed upon entities is the ultimate justification for developing a virus classification system. Since 1971, the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) operating on behalf of the world community of virologists has taken on the task of developing a single, universal taxonomic scheme for all viruses infecting animals (vertebrate, invertebrates, and protozoa), plants (higher plants and algae), fungi, bacteria, and archaea. The current report builds on the accumulated taxonomic construction of the eight previous reports dating back to 1971 and records the proceedings of the Committee since publication of the last report in 2005. Representing the work of more than 500 virologists worldwide, this report is the authoritative reference for virus organization, distinction, and structure.
- Virus-like particles in vaccine development 2014Future MedVirus-like particles in vaccine development / Franco M. Buonaguro & Luigi Buonaguro -- Developments in virus-like particle-based vaccines for HIV / Luigi Buonaguro, Maria Tagliamonte, Maria Luisa Visciano, Maria Lina Tornesello & Franco M Buonaguro -- Virus-like particle vaccines for the prevention of human papillomavirus infection / Joshua W. Wang, Richard B.S. Roden, Maria Lina Tornesello & Franco M. Buonaguro -- Virus-like particle-based vaccines against hepatitis C virus infection / Bertrand Bellier & David Klatzmann -- Evaluation of human rotavirus VLP vaccines in neonatal gnotobiotic pigs / Marli P. Azevedo, Anastasia N. Vlasova & Linda J. Saif -- Presenting heterologous epitopes with hepatitis B core-based virus-like particles / Sarah De Baets, Kenny Roose, Bert Schepens & Xavier Saelens -- SV40 virus-like particles as an effective delivery system and a vaccine platform / Masaaki Kawano, Masanori Matsui & Hiroshi Handa -- Plant-produced virus-like particle vaccines / Nunzia Scotti & Edward P. Rybicki -- Production of complex virus-like particles in insect cells / Fabiana Fernandes, Ana P. Teixeira, Nuno Carinhas, Manuel J.T. Carrondo & Paula M. Alves -- Index.
- Viruses and atherosclerosis 2013SpringerWill address an important, yet underrepresented, topic. The correlation between viruses and atherosclerosis has been a focal point of the authors work, for a number of years. This volume will explore the relationship between different viral strains and atherosclerosis. It will begin by describing the hypothesis and denoting the mechanisms of virus-driven atherosclerosis, then expanding on the subject by focusing on different virus strains from Herpes, to Epstein-Barr, to the triad of Hepatitis viruses, et al on a chapter-by-chapter basis. While there are books, albeit few, that cover particular viral strains and their relationship to cardiovascular diseases, this work will be unique in its scope by considering multiple strains of viruses, making it a repository of information on the topic; a truly comprehensive volume.
- Viruses and human cancer 2014SpringerHuman Cancer Virology: An Historical Review -- Epstein-Barr Virus: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Response -- Epstein-Barr Virus: Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Related Cancer -- Hepatitis C Virus: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Response -- Hepatitis C Virus: Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Related Cancer -- Hepatitis B Virus: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Response -- Hepatitis B Virus: Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Related Cancer -- Human Papillomavirus: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Response -- Human Papillomavirus: Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Related Cancer -- Human T-Cell Leukemia Virus Type 1: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Response -- Human T-Cell Leukemia Virus Type 1: Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Related Cancer -- Kaposi's Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Response -- Kaposi's Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus: Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Related Cancer -- Merkel Cell Polyomavirus: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Response -- Merkel Cell Polyomavirus: Epidemiology and Clinical Features of Related Cancer.
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- Viruses and nanotechnology 2009SpringerChemical modification of viruses and virus-like particles / E. Strable, M.G. Finn -- Structure-based engineering of an icosahedral virus for nanomedicine and nanotechnology / N.F. Steinmetz, T. Lin, G.P. Lomonossoff, J.E. Johnson -- Hybrid assembly of CPMV viruses and surface characteristics of different mutants / N.G. Portney, G. Destito, M. Manchester, M. Ozkan -- A library of protein cage architectures as nanomaterials / M.L. Flenniken ... [et al.] -- Biomedical nanotechnology using virus-based nanoparticles / G. Destito, A. Schneemann, M. Manchester -- Tumor targeting using canine parvovirus nanoparticles / P. Singh.
- Print MaterialOverall issues of virus and host evolution -- Insights from simulated evolution -- Viruses and unicellular organisms -- The dilemma of the big transition in evolution: the eukarotes -- Microscopic aquatic organisms and their viruses -- A virus odyssey from worms to fish: viruses of early animals and aquatic animals -- Viruses, land plants, and insects: a trinity of virus, host, and vector -- Evolution of terrestrial animals and their viruses.
- Worldwide, infectious disease remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality. In developing countries, infection accounts for a substantial proportion of all recorded deaths. Likewise, in developed countries, pneumonia alone results in a large number of deaths. Along with bacteria, parasites and rickettsial organisms, viruses are responsible for many of the infections afflicting the human host. In the past decade alone, viruses that primarily target the lung have caused major respiratory illnesses including outbreaks of severe adult respiratory distress syndrome (SARS) and H1N1 influenza. This book is distinctive in that the entire spectrum of viral disease of the lung is conveniently compiled within a single volume. The epidemiologic, ultrastructural, immunologic, clinical and histopathologic features of well-known viral pathogens and newer emergent infectious agents are discussed. The book is organized in a classic fashion, starting with introductory material and sections on lung defenses and the taxonomic classification of pneumotropic viruses. The various acute viral pneumonias are then considered in a standard format in the main body of the book. Subsequent sections are devoted to the human immunodeficiency virus, viral lung disease in children and other viral-linked tumoral and nontumoral lung conditions. A chapter is also included on animal lung diseases caused by viruses. The text is supplemented by numerous color images.
- Viruses essential agents of life 2012Springer"Viruses are now considered to play major roles in the evolution of life. Because they have genes that are not found in any cellular organism they seem to be remnants of early stages of life on earth. Besides their disease causing features and actions as genetic parasites viruses have lifestyles that are clearly symbiotic and even symbiogenetic. Increasing empirical data suggest that some viruses such as endogenous retroviruses and non-retroviral RNA viruses and even DNA viruses prefer cellular genomes as habitat. They determine genetic host (group) identity and genetic host features. Viruses and virus-related modules such as mobile genetic elements and other repeat sequences identified in intronic regions of host genomes play important roles in gene regulation and genetic content (re)arrangement. This book exemplifies some astonishing key features of viruses acting as essential agents of life."--Publisher.
- Print MaterialThis report draws attention to the threat of viruses as a risk to public health when they are present in food. Viruses play a major role in the burden of infectious intestinal disease and require special and separate attention because they behave differently from bacteria. In identifying the major routes of viral contamination of foods, this report seeks to highlight those areas which need immediate attention and provide guidance to both risk assessors and risk managers in understanding the challenges to be overcome in effectively addressing the problems associated with foodborne viruses.--Publisher's description.
- Visceral vascular manipulations 2011ScienceDirectThis work demonstrates a novel approach to visceral osteopathy. Basing their ideas on a sound understanding of the underlying A & P, Jean-Pierre Barral and Alain Croibier propose manipulation of the arteries to treat the intestines and other internal organs by increasing their blood flow. The arteries, elastic and muscular in structure, and the innumerable nerve filaments which surround them, react ideally to manual treatment. Rich in detailed, high quality illustrations, this book serves as both an anatomical reference and a guide to carrying out visceral vascular manipulations in the most effective way possible and is suitable for osteopathic physicians, osteopaths, chiropractors, physical therapists, manual therapists, physiotherapists, and massage therapists worldwide. Offers practical and clinically relevant information to all practitioners and therapists working in the field Abundant use of pull-out boxes, line artwork, photographs and tables facilitates ease of understanding Prepared by experts of international renown Covers treatment of the main organs including the heart, pancreas, small intestine, colon and other abdominal structures as well as the regions of the neck, skull and pelvic cavity Serves as both an anatomical reference and a guide to carrying out visceral vascular manipulations in the most effective way possible Suitable for osteopathic physicians and osteopaths, chiropractors, physical therapists, manual therapists, physiotherapists, and massage therapists.
- Visible Human Project 2000NLM
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- Visual Basic 2005 in a nutshell. 3rd ed. 2006ProQuest Safari
- Visual Basic 2005 jumpstart. 1st ed. 2005ProQuest Safari
- Visual computing for medicine theory, algorithms, and applications. 2nd edition. [2nd ed.] 2014ScienceDirectThis book offers cutting-edge visualization techniques and their applications in medical diagnosis, education, and treatment. It includes algorithms, applications, and ideas on achieving reliability of results and clinical evaluation of the techniques covered, and treatment planning, guidance, and training.
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- Development of the visual system / T. Rowan Candy -- Visual acuity in the young child / Robert H. Duckman -- Contrast sensitivity function / Karl Citek -- Refractive error / David E. FitzGerald -- Development of eye movements in infants / Jordan R. Pola -- Development of accommodation in human infants / Mark Rosenfield -- Development of binocular vision / Robert H. Duckman and Jojo W. Du -- Development of color vision in infants / Israel Abramov and James Gordon -- The pediatric case history / Robert H. Duckman and Jessica Yang -- Infant, toddler, and children's visual acuity--practical aspects / Robert H. Duckman -- Assessment of ocular health / Shoshana Bell-Craig and Robert H. Duckman -- Abnormalities of the anterior segment / Pamela Hooker -- Abnormalities of the posterior segment / Pamela Hooker -- Quantification of refractive error / Amelia G. Bartolone and Daniella Rutner -- Pediatric and adolescent contact lens correction / David P. Libassi and Ralph E. Gundel -- Evaluation of ocular motor function / Richard London -- Clinical tests of fusion and stereopsis / M.H. Esther Han and Robert H. Duckman -- Evaluation of accommodation / Ida Chung-Lock -- Pediatric color vision testing / Jay M. Cohen -- Prescribing lenses for the pediatric patient / Robert H. Duckman -- Options in strabismus / Valerie M. Kattouf -- Options in amblyopia / Valerie M. Kattouf -- Vision therapy for the very young patient / Carl Gruning, David E. FitzGerald, and Robert H. Duckman -- Development of a normal child / Robert H. Duckman and David A. Maze -- Visual concerns in the child with special needs / Barry Kran, Stacy Lyons, and Melissa Suckow.
- Visual development. Third edition. [3rd ed.] 2014SpringerIntroduction -- Functional Organization of the Visual System -- Part I: Development of the Visual System -- Development of Visual Capabilities -- Anatomical Development of the Visual System -- Development of Receptive Field Properties -- Part II: Amblyopia and the Effects of Visual Deprivation -- Modifications to the Visual Input that lead to Nervous System changes -- Known Physiological and Anatomical changes from optical and motor deficits -- What is Amblyopia? -- Critical Periods -- Treatment of Amblyopia -- Part III: Mechanisms of Plasticity -- Concepts of Plasticity -- Mechanisms of Plasticity in the Visual Cortex -- Deprivation Myopia and Emmetropization -- Index.
- Visual diagnosis in pediatrics 2006OvidGeneral appearance / Evan J. Weiner -- Scalp swellings in newborns / Hans B. Kersten -- Newborn physical findings: facial lesions / Laura E. Smals -- Abnormal head shape / Laura E. Smals -- Hair loss / George A. Datto, III -- White specks in the hair / Hans B. Kersten -- Lumps on the face / Kelly R. Leite and Kathleen Cronan -- Red eye / Parul B. Patel and Steven M. Selbst -- Swelling of/around the eye / English D. Willis and Terri L. Young -- Discoloration of/around the eye / Maryellen E. Gusic and Dean John Bonsall -- Pupil, iris, and lens abnormalities / Renee M. Turchi and Esther K. Chung -- Misalignment of the eyes / Maryellen E. Gusic and Dean John Bonsall -- Abnormalities in ear shape and position / Charles A. Pohl -- Ear swelling / Kathleen Cronan -- Ear pits and tags / Renee M. Turchi and David E. Tunkel -- Ear canal findings / Lee R. Atkinson-McEvoy and Esther K. Chung -- Tympanic membrane abnormalities / Charles A. Pohl -- Nasal bridge swelling / Shoshana Melman -- Nasal swelling, discharge, and crusting / Shareen F. Kelly -- Mouth sores and patches / Robert L. Bonner, Jr -- Focal gum lesions / Nancy D. Spector -- Discoloration of the teeth / Harold V. Salvati -- Oral clefts and other variants / Cynthia Collier Warren and Paul S. Matz -- Tongue discoloration and surface changes / Christopher O'Hara -- Swellings within the mouth / Nancy D. Spector -- Throat redness / Robert L. Bonner, Jr -- Neck masses and swelling / Serena Yang -- Abnormal chest shape / Amy Renwick -- Breast swelling and enlargement / Heather E. Needham and Mariam R. Chacko -- Chest lumps / George A. Datto, III -- Abdominal midline bulge / Aviva L. Katz -- Enlarged/distended abdomen / Vani Gopalareddy and Devendra I. Mehta -- Curvature of the back / Shareen F. Kelly -- Midline back pits, skin tags, hair tufts, and other lesions / Paul S. Matz -- Nail abnormalities / Denise W. Metry and Brandi M. Kenner -- Arm displacement / Jeoffrey K. Wolens -- Arm swelling / Teresia O'Connor -- Hand swelling / Serena Yang -- Finger abnormalities / Robert L. Zarr -- Fingertip swelling / Julieana Nichols -- Newborn physical findings: lower extremity abnormalities / Serena Yang -- Leg asymmetry / Jeoffrey K. Wolens -- Leg bowing and knock knees / Sujata R. Tipnis -- Intoeing / Sujata R. Tipnis -- Knee swelling / Julie A. Boom -- Foot deformities / Sujata R. Tipnis -- Foot swelling / Aida Zarina Khanum -- Foot rashes and lumps / Denise W. Metry and Brandi M. Kenner -- Female genitalia, variations / Collette C. Mull -- Penile abnormalities / T. Ernesto Figueroa and Ilia Zeltser -- Penile swelling / T. Ernesto Figueroa and Ilia Zeltser -- Perineal red rashes / Kathleen Cronan -- Perineal sores and lesions / Allan R. De Jong -- Vulvar swelling and masses / Allan R. De Jong -- Scrotal swelling / William R. Graessle -- Perianal and buttock swelling / Michael J. Wilsey, Jr and Karina Irizarry -- Perianal and buttock redness / Robert L. Zarr -- Imperforate anus / Julieana Nichols -- Newborn physical findings: skin abnormalities / Denise A. Salerno -- Facial rashes / Gary A. Emmett -- Diffuse red rashes / Susanne Kost -- Red patches and swellings / Nicholas B. Slamon -- Linear red rashes / Erin Preston -- Focal red bumps / George A. Datto, III -- Raised red rashes / Kathleen Cronan -- Vesicular rashes / Shirley P. Klein -- Nonblanching rashes / William R. Graessle -- Scaly rashes / Esther K. Chung -- Fine, bumpy rashes / George A. Datto, III -- Hypopigmented rashes / George A. Datto, III -- Hyperpigmented rashes / George A. Datto, III -- Bullous rashes / Angela Allevi.
- Visual ergonomics handbook 2005CRCnetBASEPreface -- Introduction -- 1. Windows to the world / Jeffrey Anshel -- 2. The eyes and visual system / Jeffry Anshel -- 3. Electronic visual displays / Herb Berkwits -- 4. Computer vision syndrome / Jeffry Anshel -- 5. Office lighting for computer use / James E. Sheedy -- Addendum: the case for anti-glare computer filters / Sharon Middendorf -- 6. General ergonomics principles / Carolyn M. Sommerich -- 7. Vision examinations and glasses / Stephen Glasser -- 8. Vision in industrial settings / Bernard R. Blais -- 9. Kids and computers / Alan Hedge -- 10. General eye care tips / t Jeffry Anshel -- 11. Economics of visual ergonomics / Maurice Oxenburgh and Pepe Marlow -- App. A Computer workplace questionnaire -- App. B Seal of acceptance program for computer glare reduction filters as of November 2004 -- App. C Resources for the blind and visually impaired -- App. D Computer access products for blind and visually impaired users -- App. E Additional resources -- Glossary -- Index.
- Visual guide to musculoskeletal tumors a clinical, radiologic, histologic approach. 1st ed. 2010ClinicalKeyThis book uses a pattern-recognition approach to help you diagnose challenging musculoskeletal tumors with confidence. With an easy-to-use format, it is the only resource that correlates histology studies and imaging studies. By comparing images these superb-quality, large-scale images, you can master pattern recognition for the 30 most important musculoskeletal tumors and make informed, effective, and rapid decisions on diagnosis and treatment.
- 1. Brief Overview of Scleroderma: Localized Scleroderma and Systemic Sclerosis (SSc) / Maureen D. Mayes -- 2. Localized Scleroderma / Carolyn A. Bangert, Andrew Kim, and Heidi Jacobe -- 3. Skin Manifestations and Musculoskeletal Disease in SSc / Janet Pope and Maureen D. Mayes -- 4. Nailfold Capillaroscopy / Michael Hughes and Ariane L. Herrick -- 5. Ischemic Digital Ulcers / Fredrick M. Wigley -- 6. Lung Involvement in Systemic Sclerosis / John T. Huggins, James G. Ravenel, and Richard M. Silver -- 7. Gastrointestinal Involvement in Systemic Sclerosis / Dinesh Khanna, Jason Baker, Philip J. Clements, and Christopher P. Denton -- 8. Calcinosis Cutis in Systemic Sclerosis / Gloria A. Salazar and Maureen D. Mayes -- 9. Systemic Sclerosis Mimics / Gloria A. Salazar, Virginia D. Steen, and Maureen D. Mayes.
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- 1 Retinal prosthetic devices: the needs and future potential -- 2 Spatial-, temporal-, and contract-resolutions obtainable with retina implants -- 3 How to restore reading with visual prostheses -- 4 Subretinal artificial silicon retinal microchip implantation with retinitis pigmentosa -- 5 Development of an intraocular retinal prosthesis to benefit the visually impaired -- 6 Development of a visual prosthesis: a review of the field and an overview of the Boston Retinal Implant Project -- 7 The Minimally Invasive Retina Implant Project -- 8 A retinal implant system based on flexible polymer microelectrode array for electrical stimulation -- 9 Electrode architecture: meeting the challenge of the retina-electrode interface -- 10 Circuit designs that model the properties of the outer and inner retina -- 11 Visual cortex and extraocular retinal stimulation with surface electrode arrays -- 12 Glaucoma drainage devices: advances in design and surgical techniques -- 13 The efficacy and safety of glaucoma drainage devices -- 14 Pellucid marginal corneal degeneration -- 15 Artisan toric lens implantation for correction of postkeratoplasty astigmatism -- 16 Phakic intraocular lenses for the treatment of high myopia -- 17 A telescopic prosthetic device for patients with end-stage AMD -- 18 The use of intracorneal ring segments for keratoconus.
- Visual transduction and non-visual light perception 2008SpringerAn organ of exquisite perfection / George Ayoub -- Development of the Foveal specialization / Keely M. Bumsted O'Brien -- An update on the regulation of rod photoreceptor development / Edward M. Levine and Sabine Fuhrmann -- Photoreceptor-RPE interactions : physiology and molecular mechanisms / Silvia C. Finnemann and Yongen Chang -- Molecular biology of IRBP and its role in the visual cycle / Diane E. Borst, Jeffrey H. Boatright, and John M. Nickerson -- Regulation of photoresponses by phosphorylation / Alecia K. Gross, Qiong Wang, and Theodore G. Wensel -- The cGMP signaling pathway in retinal photoreceptors and the central role of photoreceptor phosphodiesterase (PDE6) / Rick H. Cote -- Rhodopsin structure, function, and involvement in retinitis pigmentosa / Scott Gleim and John Hwa -- Multiple signaling pathways govern calcium homeostasis in photoreceptor inner segments / Tamas Szikra and David Krizaj -- The transduction channels of rod and cone photoreceptors / Dimitri Tränkner -- Rhodopsins in Drosophila color vision / David Jukam, Preet Lidder, and Claude Desplan -- INAD signaling complex of Drosophila photoreceptors / Armin Huber and Nina E. Meyer -- Visual signal processing in the inner retina / Botir T. Sagdullaev, Tomomi Ichinose, Erika D. Eggers, and Peter D. Lukasiewicz -- Human clone spectral sensitivities and color vision deficiencies / Andrew Stockman and Lindsay T. Sharpe -- Luminous efficiency functions / Lindsay T. Sharpe and Andrew Stockman -- Cone pigments and vision in the mouse / Gerald H. Jacobs -- Multifocal oscillatory potentials of the human retina / Anne Kurtenbach and Herbert Jägle -- The aging of the retina / Caren Bellmann and José A. Sahel -- Aging of the retinal pigment epithelium / Michael E. Boulton -- Visual transduction and age-related changes in lipofuscin / Małgorzata Różanowski and Bartosz Różanowski -- A nonspecific system provides nonphotic information for the biological clock / Marian H. Lewandowski -- The circadian clock : physiology, genes, and disease / Michael C. Antle.
- Visualization and processing of tensor fields 2006Springer
- Visualization in medicine and life sciences 2008Springer
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- Visualizing immunity 2009SpringerTwo-photon imaging of the immune system: a custom technology platform for high-speed, multicolor tissue imaging of immune responses / Andrew Bullen, Rachel S. Friedman, and Matthew F. Krummel -- Visualizing intermolecular interactions in T cells / Nicholas R.J. Gascoigne ... [et al.] -- Multiscale analysis of T cell activation: correlating in vitro and in vivo analysis of the immunological synapse / Michael L. Dustin -- T cell migration dynamics within lymph nodes during steady state: an overview of extracellular and intracellular factors influencing the basal intranodal T cell motility / Tim Worbs and Reinhold Forster -- Chemoattractant receptor signaling and its role in lymphocyte motility and trafficking / John H. Kehrl, Il-Young Hwang, and Chung Park -- New insights into leukocyte recruitment by intravital microscopy / Alexander Zarbock and Klaus Ley -- Visualizing the molecular and cellular events underlying the initiation of B-cell activation / Naomi E. Harwood and Facundo D. Batista -- Tracking the dynamics of Salmonella specific T cell responses / James J. Moon and Stephen J. McSorley -- Imaging Listeria monocytogenes infection in vivo / Vjollca Konjufca and Mark J. Miller -- Inflammation on the mind: visualizing immunity in the central nervous system / Silvia S. Kang and Dorian B. McGavern -- Multiphoton imaging of cytotoxic T lymphocyte-mediated antitumor immune responses / Alexandre Boissonnas ... [et al.].
- A vitrectomy is done, when the vitreous is gone! : a tribute to prof. Peter Kroll / C.H. Meyer -- To see the invisible : the quest of imaging vitreous / J. Sebag -- Historical aspects and evolution of the application of vital dyes in vitreoretinal surgery and chromovitrectomy / E.B. Rodrigues ... [et al.] -- Three simple approaches to visualize the transparent vitreous cortex during vitreoretinal surgery / J.C. Schmidt ... [et al.] -- Safety parameters for indocyanine green in vitreoretinal surgery / S. Grisanti ... [et al.] -- Toxicity of indocyanine green in vitreoretinal surgery / A. Gandorfer, C. Haritoglou, A. Kampik -- Biomechanical changes of the internal limiting membrane after indocyanine green staining / G. Wollensak -- Current concepts of trypan blue in chromovitrectomy / M.E. Farah ... [et al.] -- Trityl dyes patent blue V and brilliant blue G : clinical relevance and in vitro analysis of the function of the outer blood-retinal barrier / S. Mennel ... [et al.] -- Brilliant blue in vitreoretinal surgery / H. Enaida, T. Ishibashi -- Vital staining and retinal detachment surgery / T.L. Jackson -- An experimental approach towards novel dyes for intraocular surgery / C. Haritoglou ... [et al.] -- Experimental evaluation of microplasmin : an alternative to vital dyes / A. Gandorfer.
- Vitamin A story lifting the shadow of death 2012KargerVitamin A deficiency in nineteenth century naval medicine -- Paris in the time of Francois Magendie -- Deprivation provides a laboratory -- Free but not equal -- The long, rocky road to understanding vitamins -- Milk, butter, and early steps in human trials -- Rise of the 'anti-infective vitamin' -- Vitamin A deficiency in Europe's former colonies -- Saving the children : rescue missions against strong undertow -- Night blindness among Black troops and White troops in the U.S. Civil War.
- Vitamin analysis for the health and food sciences. 2nd ed. 2008CRCnetBASEVitamin A and carotenoids -- Vitamin D -- Vitamin E: tocopherols and tocotrienols -- Vitamin K -- Ascorbic acid: vitamin C -- Thiamin -- Riboflavin -- Niacin -- Vitamin B6 -- Folate and Folic acid -- Vitamin B12 -- Biotin -- Pantothenic acid -- Multi-analyte methods for analysis of the fat- and water-soluble vitamins.
- Vitamin D and cancer 2011Springer1. Vitamin D: synthesis and catabolism- considerations for cancer causation and therapy -- 2. The molecular cancer biology of the VDR -- 3. Anti-inflammatory activity of calcitriol in cancer -- 4. The epidemiology of Vitamin D and cancer risk -- 5. Vitamin D and angiogenesis -- 6. Vitamin D: cardiovascular function and disease -- 7. Induction to differentiation in cancer cells by Vitamin D: recognition and mechanisms -- 8. Vitamin D and cancer chemoprevention -- 9. Molecular biology of Vitamin D metabolism and skin cancer -- 10. Vitamin D and prostate cancer -- 11. Vitamin D and hematologic malignancies -- 12. The Vitamin D signaling pathway in mammary gland and breast cancer -- 13. Vitamin D and colorectal cancer -- 14. Unique features of the enzyme kinetics for the Vitamin D system, and the implications for cancer prevention and therapeutics -- 15. Assessment of Vitamin D status in the 21st century -- Index.
- Part 1. Introduction -- Vitamin D Deficiency: Historical Perspectives / Kumaravel Rajakumar and Michael F. Holick -- Perspective: Evolution of Human Skin Color: How Low Levels of Vitamin D Drove Natural Selection / Scott T. Weiss -- Part 2. Vitamin D Mechanisms of Relevance to Lung Diseases -- Vitamin D and Lung Development in Early Life / Virender K. Rehan and John S. Torday -- Vitamin D and the Innate Immune Response / Aria Vazirnia and Philip T. Liu -- Vitamin D and Regulatory T Cells / Zoë Urry, Sarah Dimeloe and Catherine M. Hawrylowicz -- Dendritic Cell Modulation by the Vitamin D System / Luciano Adorini, Gilles Laverny and Giuseppe Penna -- Vitamin D Modulates Airway Smooth Muscle Function / Audreesh Banerjee and Reynold A. Panettieri Jr. -- Vitamin D: Genetics and Genomic Effects / Kelan G. Tantisira -- Part 3. Disease Associations -- Acute Respiratory Infections / Jonathan M. Mansbach and Carlos A. Camargo Jr. -- The Role of Vitamin D in the Development, Exacerbation, and Severity of Asthma and Allergic Diseases / Augusto A. Litonjua -- Vitamin D and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease / Wim Janssens, An Lehouck, Marc Decramer and Ghislaine Gayan-Ramirez -- Cystic Fibrosis / Helen M. Buntain and Anne B. Chang -- Tuberculosis / Adrian R. Martineau -- Lung Cancer / David C. Christiani and C. Matthew Kinsey.
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- Vitamin D and health: evolution, biologic functions, and recommended dietary intakes for vitamin D / Michael F. Holick -- Photobiology of vitamin D / Tai C. Chen, Zhiren Lu, and Michael F. Holick -- The functional metabolism and molecular biology of vitamin D action / Lori A. Plum and Hector F. DeLuca -- Metabolism and catabolism of vitamin D, its metabolities and clinically relevant analogs / Glenville Jones -- The molecular biology of the vitamin D receptor / Diane R. Dowd and Paul N. MacDonald -- VDR and RXR subcellular trafficking / Julia Barsony -- Mechanism of action of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D₃ on intestinal calcium absorption and renal calcium transport / Dare Ajibade, Bryan S. Benn, and Sylvia Christakos -- Biological and molecular effects of vitamin D on bone / Martin A. Montecino ... [et al.] -- Biological and molecular effects of vitamin D on the kidney / Adriana S. Dusso and Masanori Tokumoto -- Vitamin D and the parathyroids / Justin Silver and Tally Naveh-Many -- Diversity of vitamin D target genes / Carsten Carlberg -- Extrarenal synthesis of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D and its health implications / Daniel D. Bikle -- Vitamin D and the innate immunity / Philip T. Liu, Martin Hewison, and John S. Adams -- Vitamin D and colon cancer / Heide S. Cross and Meinrad Peterlik -- Mechanisms of resistance to vitamin D action in human cancer cells / María Jesús Larriba and Alberto Muñoz -- Vitamin D and the brain: a neuropsychiatric perspective / Louise Harvey ... [et al.] -- Vitamin D modulation of adipocyte function / Michael B. Zemel and Xiaocun Sun -- Determinants of vitamin D intake / Mona S. Calvo and Susan J. Whiting -- 25-hydroxyvitamin D assays and their clinical utility / N. Binkley and G. Lensmeyer -- Health disparities and vitamin D / Douglass Bibuld -- Vitamin D deficiency in Canada / David A. Hanley -- Vitamin D deficiency and its health consequences in Northern Europe / Leif Mosekilde -- Vitamin D deficiency and consequences for the health of people in Mediterranean countries / Jose Manuel Quesada-Gomez and Manuel Díaz-Curiel -- Vitamin D deficiency in the Middle East and its health consequences / Ghada El-Hajj Fuleihan -- Vitamin D deficiency in the Middle East and its health consequences for adults / Samer El-Kaissi and Suphia Sherbeeni -- Vitamin D deficiency and its health consequences in Africa / Ann Prentice ... [et al.] -- Vitamin D deficiency and its health consequences in India / R.K. Marwaha and R. Goswami -- Vitamin D deficiency, rickets, and fluorosis in India / C. V. Harinarayan and Shashank R. Joshi -- Vitamin D in Asia / Tim Green and Bernard Venn -- Vitamin D deficiency and its health consequences in New Zealand / Mark J. Bolland and Ian R. Reid -- Toxicity of vitamin D / Reinhold Vieth -- Vitamin D deficiency in pregnancy and lactation and health consequences / Sarah N. Taylor, Carol L. Wagner, and Bruce W. Hollis -- Vitamin D deficiency in children and its health consequences / Amy D. DiVasta, Kristen K. van der Veen, and Catherine M. Gordon -- Dietary calcium deficiency and rickets / John M. Pettifor, Philip R. Fischer, and Tom D. Thacher -- Vitamin D in fracture prevention and muscle function and fall prevention / Heike Bischoff-Ferrari -- Inherited defects of vitamin D metabolism / Marie B. Demay -- Molecular defects in the vitamin D receptor associated with hereditary 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D-resistant rickets (HVDRR) / Peter J. Malloy and David Feldman -- Receptor-independent vitamin D resistance in subhuman and human primates / John S. Adams ... 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Pittas -- Role of vitamin D for cardiovascular health / Robert Scragg -- Vitamin D, renin, and blood pressure / Yan Chun Li -- Role of vitamin D and vitamin D analogs for bone health and survival in chronic kidney disease / Ishir Bhan, Hector Tamez, and Ravi Thadhani -- Role of vitamin D and ultraviolet radiation in chronic kidney disease / Rolfdieter Krause -- Role of vitamin D in rheumatoid arthritis / Linda A. Merlino -- Vitamin D, respiratory infections, and obstructive airway diseases / Carlos A. Camargo Jr, Adit A. Ginde, and Jonathan M. Mansbach -- Treatment of immunomediated diseases by vitamin D analogs / Luciano Adorini -- Clinical utility of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D₃ and its analogues for the treatment of psoriasis / Jörg Reichrath and Michael F. 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- Vitamin D. 2nd ed. 2005ScienceDirect
- Vitamin D. 3rd ed. 2011ClinicalKeyVitamin D, a steroid hormone, has primarily been known for its effects on bone and osteoporosis. Current therapeutic practices have expanded into such fields as cancer research, pediatrics, nephrology, dermatology, immunology, and genetics. This edition covers Vitamin D's chemistry, metabolism, mechanisms of action, diagnosis and management, new analogs, and emerging therapies.
- Vitamin K in health and disease 2009CRCnetBASEStudied since the 1930s, Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin available primarily in vegetable sources. This book provides a summary of the scientific evidence regarding Vitamin K's health-promoting activities. It covers the chemistry of Vitamin K, deficiency signs and nutritional assessment, metabolism and biochemistry, and pharmacology.
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- Vitamin-binding proteins functional consequences 2014CRCnetBASEChapter 1. Retinoic acid : metabolism, developmental functions, and evolution / Joô E. Carvalho and Michael Schubert -- chapter 2. Serum retinol-binding protein, obesity, and insulin resistance / Pangala V. Bhat and Daniel-Constantin Manolescu -- chapter 3. Retinoic acid and immunity / Yoshishige Miyabe, Chie Miyabe, and Toshihiro Nanki -- chapter 4. Vitamin D3 Up-regulated Protein 1 (VDUP1) and the immune system / Hyun Woo Suh ... [et al.] -- chapter 5. Rapid pre-genomic responses of vitamin D / Tremaine M. Sterling ... [et al.] -- chapter 6. The role of vitamin D in infectious processes / Russell W. Chesney -- chapter 7. Vitamin D, vitamin D binding protein, and cardiovascular disease / Diane Berry and Elina Hyppn̲en -- chapter 8. Vitamins E and C : effects on matrix components in the vascular system / Jean-Marc Zingg, Mohsen Meydani, and Angelo Azzi -- chapter 9. Vitamin K and vascular calcification / Chandrasekar Palaniswamy ... [et al.] -- chapter 10. Therapeutic effects of pyridoxamine and benfotiamine / Shyamala Dakshinamurti and Krishnamurti Dakshinamurti -- chapter 11. Multifaceted therapeutic potential of vitamin B6 / Shyamala Dakshinamurti and Krishnamurti Dakshinamurti -- chapter 12. Non-prosthetic group functions of biotin / Krishnamurti Dakshinamurti -- chapter 13. Mechanisms of gene transcriptional regulation through biotin and biotin-binding proteins in mammals / Janos Zempleni ... [et al.] -- chapter 14. Folate receptor-mediated therapeutics : folate receptor- mediated particle systems for drug and gene delivery in cancer therapy / Yoshie Maitani -- chapter 15. Vitamin B12 derivatives and preferential targeting of tumors / Evelyne Furger and Eliane Fischer -- chapter 16. Ascorbic acid : binding proteins and pathophysiology / Fryad Rahman and Michel Fontš.
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- Vitreo-retinal surgery 2009SpringerCh. 1 historical overview of microincision surgery -- Ch. 2 25-gauge instrumentation: engineering challenges and tradeoffs -- Ch. 3 25-gauge, sutureless, trans-conjunctival vitrectomy -- Ch. 4 Transconjunctival 23-gauge vitrectomy -- Ch. 5 23-gauge one-step instrumentation -- Ch. 6 Small gauge vitrectomy: anesthesia, incision technique and cannula removal -- Ch. 7 Comparison of 25-gauge Trocar/cannula wound healing and remodeling with in vivo vitrector flow analysis -- Ch. 8 25-gauge vitreous surgery: getting started -- Ch. 9 25-gauge macular surgery: principles and instrumentations -- Ch. 10 25-gauge sutureless vitrectomy for diabetic retinopathy -- Ch. 11 Small-gauge vitrectomy for retinal detachment -- Ch. 12 Perfluorocarbon-perfused 25-gauge vitrectomy -- Ch. 13 Primary 25-gauge vitrectomy with topical anesthesia for persistent vitreous floaters -- Ch. 14 25-gauge vitrectomy in infectious endophthalmitis -- Ch. 15 25-gauge transconjunctival sutureless vitrectomy for vitreous and retinal/choroidal biopsy -- Ch. 16 Uveal biopsy with 25-gauge vitrector: work in progress -- Ch. 17 The use of 25-gauge vitrectomy systems in the management of trauma -- Ch. 18 Small-gauge approach in pediatric vitreoretinal surgery -- Ch. 19 Combined phaco/25-gauge vitrectomy -- Ch. 20 Complications of 25-gauge vitrectomy -- Ch. 21 A comparison of 20- vs 25-gauge vitrectomy: does size matter? -- Ch. 22 20-gauge sutureless vitrectomy Trocar system -- Ch. 23 20-gauge non-cannulated sutureless vitrectomy -- Ch. 24 Small-gauge vitrectomy: which calliper [caliper] should we choose and when? -- Ch. 25 Current clinical data and future (for small-gauge vitreoretinal surgery) -- Ch. 26 Pearls from experts.
- Vitreoretinal surgery. 2nd ed. 2013SpringerThis is the second edition of a highly successful textbook that in many areas has become the preferred manual of vitreoretinal surgery. It provides a complete guide to all common vitreoretinal surgical procedures and also covers diagnosis and other aspects of management. The book is designed to allow a trainee or professional vitreoretinal surgeon to determine the best methodology in individual cases.
- Vitreous microsurgery. 4th ed. 2007Ovid1 Presurgical evaluation and decision making -- 2 Surgical systems and tools, anesthesia, and operating room organizations -- 3 Vitrectomy techniques and technology for anterior segment problems -- 4 General posterior segment techniques -- 5 25-gauge, sutureless, transconjunctival vitrectomy -- 6 Diabetic retinopathy -- 7 Prophylaxis of retinal breaks and scleral buckling -- 8 Vitrectomy for retinal detachment -- 9 Proliferative vitreoretinopathy -- 10 Giant breaks -- 11 Pneumatic retinopexy and office fluid-air-gas exchange -- 12 Epimacular membranes -- 13 Macular holes -- 14 Submacular surgery and macular translocation -- 15 Nonsurgical treatment of subfoveal choroidal neovascular membranes -- 16 Intravitreal corticosteroids -- 17 Venous occlusive disease -- 18 Trauma -- 19 Endophthalmitis -- 20 Pediatric traction retinal detachments -- 21 Pediatric traction retinal detachments -- 22 Inadvertent penetration of the eye -- 23 Management of suprachoroidal hemorrhage -- 24 Complications of vitreoretinal surgery -- 25 Surgical self-education.
- Vitreous microsurgery. 5th ed. 2011Ovid"Written by a pioneering leader in the development of vitreoretinal surgical techniques and instruments, Vitreous Microsurgery is a comprehensive how-to guide to all vitreoretinal procedures. This thoroughly updated Fifth Edition describes many new techniques and refinements of established procedures and includes new chapters and new illustrations. More than 170 three-dimensional full-color illustrations--many by the Charles Retina Institute's resident medical artist, Byron Wood--enable surgeons to clearly visualize the techniques. The focus of the text is on the decision making process a surgeon goes through in evaluating the best course of treatment for his/her patient undergoing vitreous surgery. The book describes in detail clinically proven methods of managing the anterior and posterior segment vitreous surgery patient in a systematic manner. The text is organized in a building block approach with general methodology preceding its application to specific disease states. The book stresses algorithms for intra-operative decision making, relying on knowledge of physical principles and performed in the order of ascending risk. A companion website included with purchase offers the fully searchable text and an online image bank"--Provided by publisher.
- Vitreous-- in health and disease 2014SpringerThe vitreous body long has been the most mysterious of all ocular structures, owing perhaps to its seeming simplicity. There have been few concerted, sustained efforts to unravel the mysteries of how vitreous is composed and what role it plays in normal physiology as well as pathology. Over the years, however, many studies have produced important findings concerning vitreous biochemistry, structure, physiology, and pathobiology. Published on the 25th anniversary of Sebag's first book on Vitreous, this second installment is nearly five times longer than its predecessor, reflecting how much has been learned in the past quarter century. This well-constructed compendium not only addresses the most current scientific knowledge, but also reviews clinical perspec?tives in a manner that lends richness to the scope of the book. Written by 90 authors, this book has 56 chapters organized into 7 sections: Biochemistry; Anatomy, Development, and Aging; Pathology/Pathobiology; Physiology and Phamacotherapy; Posterior Vitreo-Retinal Surgery; Peripheral Vitreo-Retinal Surgery; and Pharmacologic Vitreolysis. With a foreword by Coleman & Lincoff and an introduction by Wallace Foulds, Sebag's latest tome on vitreous is destined to be the authoritative text for years to come.
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