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- Concise histology. 1st ed. 2011, ClinicalKeyConcise Histology is the successor to the world-renowned Bloom and Fawcett's Textbook of Histology. This major new edition focuses on the core information and skills needed by students, and presents the essential elements of the body at the cellular, tissue and systematic levels. Highly illustrated in full color, the new edition has been fully updated throughout. The introductory chapter on cell biology has been substantially expanded and a new glossary has been added to help students with unfamiliar terminology. Each chapter contains a brief section on the histophysiology of each tissue and organ, and highlighted boxes identify the diseases resulting from the malfunctioning of specific cells. At the end of each chapter a series of questions allows students to test their knowledge. EM and microscopic level photographs have been digitally enhanced to provide optimum quality images. This new edition also comes with a free CD-ROM containing over 2000 questions and answers for self-assessment and 150 text-labelled images.
- Cone beam CT of the head and neck an anatomical atlas 2011, SpringerCone Beam CT of the Head and Neck' presents normal anatomy of the head using photographs of cadavers and CBCT images in sagittal, axial and coronal planes with the anatomic structures and landmarks clearly labelled. Important structures and regions are presented in detailed view. This is the first book with photographs of human tissue (based on slicing of cadaveric heads) combined with CBCT images.
- Cornea atlas. Third edition. [3rd ed.] 2014, ClinicalKey1. Corneal slit lamp techniques2.Diseases of the lid: anatomic abnormalities --3.Diseases of the lid: tumors --4.Diseases of the lid: immunologic, infectious, and traumatic --5.Disorders of tear production and the lacrimal system --6.Conjunctival disease: tumors and anatomic abnormalities --7.Conjunctivitis --8.Cornea --9.Corneal manifestations of systemic disease and therapy --10.Lid, conjunctival, and corneal manifestations of chemical and biological warfare --11.Corneal dystrophies, ectatic disorders, and degenerations --12.Corneal infections --13.Interstitial keratitis --14.Noninfectious keratopathy --15.Immunologic disorders of the cornea --16.Corneal trauma --17.Contact lens complications --18.Disorders of the sclera --19.Iris tumors --20.Anterior uveitis --21.Penetrating keratoplasty --22.Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty --23.Endothelial keratoplasty --24.Therapeutic and reconstructive procedures --25.Refractive surgery.
- Coronary artery CTA a case-based atlas 2009, Springer
- Cranial neuroimaging and clinical neuroanatomy atlas of MR imaging and computed tomography. 3rd ed. 2004Print Material
- Cranial, craniofacial and skull base surgery 2010, SpringerEvolution of techniques to approach the base of the skull -- Instruments -- Subfrontal approaches -- Supraorbital eyebrow approach: a less invasive corridor to lesions of the anterior cranial fossa, parasellar region, and ventral brainstem -- Frontotemporal approach -- Orbitozygomatic approach -- Transcallosal approaches to intraventrical tumors -- Subtemporal approach -- Suboccipital lateral approaches (presigmoid) -- Suboccipital lateral approaches (retrosigmoid) -- Suboccipital median approach -- Middle cranial fossa approach -- Translabyrinthine and transcochlear petrosal approaches -- Dorsolateral approach to the craniocervical junction -- Transsphenoidal approaches: endoscopic -- Endonasal endoscope-assisted microscopic approach -- Transsphenoidal approaches: microscopic -- Expanded endoscopic endonasal approaches to the skull base -- Maxillofacial surgery: evolution and approaches -- Orbital approaches -- Transoral approaches -- Midfacial approaches -- Midfacial translocation approach -- Transmandibular approaches -- Anterior cranial base reconstruction.
- Print MaterialMechanisms of embryology -- Early embryonic development -- Early orofacial development -- Pharyngeal arches -- Pharyngeal pouches and pharyngeal grooves-- Bone development and growth -- Calvaria -- Cranial base -- Facial skeleton -- Palate -- Paranasal sinuses -- Mandible -- Temporomandibular joint -- Skull growth : sutures and cephalometrics -- Tongue and tonsils -- Salivary glands -- Muscle development -- Special sense organs -- Development of the dentition (Odontogenesis) -- Craniofacial disorders with known single gene mutations.
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- "Now in its Third Edition, this trusted and practical volume in LWW's Teaching File Series offers residents and practicing radiologists a unique opportunity to study alongside the experts in their field. For the first time, CT and MRI of the Abdomen and Pelvis is a hybrid publication, with a new paperback format and accompanying web content that includes a wealth of case studies users can access from their laptop, tablet, or mobile device. The book is useful both as a quick consult or study aid for anyone preparing for Board examinations in Radiology and other specialties where knowledge of CT and MRI of the abdomen and pelvis are required. This skill-builder delivers ... 416 structured case studies based on actual patients--each providing a brief patient history, as many as four CT/MR images, a short description of the findings, differential diagnosis, final diagnosis, and a discussion of the case. Detailed imaging of all areas of the abdomen and pelvis including the liver and biliary system, pancreas, GI tract, spleen, mesentery/omentum/peritoneum, kidney and urinary system retroperitoneum and adrenal glands and abdominal wall--helps readers understand relevant anatomy and identify pathologies. NEW to third Edition ... Hybrid format includes print and online components. 30% new cases address new challenges and provide timely information. Accompanying web site delivers access to all cases in the book, plus several hundred supplemental, "bonus" cases!"--Provided by publisher.
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- CT urography an atlas 2007, Ovid
- Cummings Otolaryngology head & neck surgery. 5th ed. 2010, MD ConsultFulltext ClinicalKey
- Current procedures. Surgery 2010, AccessSurgery1. Thyroidectomy and Neck Dissection -- 2. Parathyroidectomy -- 3. Adrenalectomy -- 4. Surgery of the Endocrine Pancreas -- 5. Transhiatal Esophagectomy -- 6. Operative Management of Gastric Lesions -- 7. Surgery of the Hiatus -- 8. Emergency Operations for Peptic Ulcer Disease -- 9. Surgical Therapies for Morbid Obesity -- 10. Enteral Access -- 11. Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy -- 12. Management of Complex Biliary Stone Disease -- 13. Management of Bile Duct Injuries and Biliary Strictures -- 14. Hepatectomy -- 15. Pancreaticoduodenectomy -- 16. Distal Pancreatectomy -- 17. Operative Management of Chronic Pancreatitis -- 18. Splenectomy -- 19. Small Bowel Resection -- 20. Appendectomy -- 21. Loop Colostomy, End Ileostomy, and Loop Ileostomy -- 22. Operative Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease -- 23. Colectomy -- 24. Operative Management of Rectal Tumors -- 25. Operative Management of Rectal Prolapse -- 26. Benign Anorectal Procedures -- 27. Operative Management of Breast Cancer -- 28. Operative Management of Melanoma -- 29. Operative Management of Soft Tissue Sarcoma -- 30. Renal Transplantation -- 31. Pancreas Transplantation -- 32. Liver Transplantation -- 33. Vascular Access for Dialysis -- 34. Management of Infrarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm -- 35. Carotid Endarterectomy -- 36. Operative Management of Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease -- 37. Surgical Revascularization of Infrainguinal Arterial Occlusive Disease -- 38. Management of Lower Extremity Venous Insufficiency -- 39. Below- and Above-the-Knee Amputation -- 40. Inguinal Hernia Repair -- 41. Ventral Hernia Repair -- 42. Wound Closure Techniques -- 43. Central Venous Access -- 44. Tube Thoracostomy -- 45. Tracheostomy and Emergency Cricothyroidotomy -- 46. Operative Management of Pyloric Stenosis: Pyloromyotomy -- 47. Pediatric Vascular Access -- 48. Pediatric Inguinal Hernia.
- Cutaneous lymphomas unusual cases v. 2, 2006., Springerv. 2 Unusual cases.
- Subcutaneous and deep mycoses -- Hyalohyphomycosis -- Superficial mycoses -- Algae -- Mycobacteria -- Viruses -- Rickettsiae -- Crusted scabies -- Protozoa -- Helminth -- Spirochete -- Gram-Positive bacteria -- Gram-negative bacteria -- Viral related malignancies -- Clues to the diagnosis of skin lesions in the immunocompromised host -- Differential diagnoses.
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- Print MaterialCervical and vaginal cytology / Edmund S. Cibas -- Respiratory tract / Christopher A. French -- Urine and bladder washings / Andrew A. Renshaw -- Pleural, pericardial, and peritoneal fluids / Edmund S. Cibas -- Peritoneal washings / Edmund S. Cibas -- Cerebrospinal fluid / Edmund S. Cibas -- Gastrointestinal tract / David W. Kindelberger and Helen H. Wang -- Breast / Barbara S. Ducatman and Helen H. Wang -- Thyroid / Edmund S. Cibas -- Salivary gland / Jeffrey F. Krane and William C. Faquin -- Lymph nodes / Paul E. Wakely, Jr., and Edmund S. Cibas -- Liver / Barbara S. Ducatman -- Pancreas and biliary tree / Jian Shen and David W. Kindelberger -- Kidney and adrenal gland / Andrew A. Renshaw and Edmund S. Cibas -- Ovary / Edmund S. Cibas -- Soft tissue / Xiaohua Qian -- Laboratory management / Edmund S. Cibas.
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