- Introduction and scope of study -- Osteochondroma (osteocartilaginous exostosis) -- Chondroma -- Benign chondroblastoma -- Chondromyxoid fibroma -- Chondrosarcoma (primary, secondary, dedifferentiated, and clear cell) -- Mesenchymal chondrosarcoma -- Osteoma -- Osteoid osteoma -- Osteoblastoma (giant osteoid osteoma) -- Osteosarcoma -- Parosteal osteosarcoma (juxtacortical osteosarcoma) -- Fibrosarcoma and desmoplastic fibroma -- Benign fibrous histiocytoma -- Malignant fibrous histiocytoma -- Myeloma -- Malignant lymphoma of bone -- Ewing tumor -- Giant cell tumor (osteoclastoma) -- Malignancy in giant cell tumor of bone -- Chordoma -- Benign vascular tumors -- Angiosarcoma and hemangiopericytoma -- Adamantinoma of long bones -- Miscellaneous unusual tumors of bone -- Conditions that commonly simulate primary neoplasms of bone -- Odontogenic and related tumors.
- Deadly dermatologic diseases 2007, Springer
- Dermatlas Johns Hopkins Univ
- Dermatologic surgery 2009
- Dermatology v. 1-2, 2003.Section One. Overview of basic science -- Section Two. Pruritus -- Section Three. Papulosquamous and eczematous dermatoses -- Section Four - Urticarias, erythemas and purpuras -- Section Five. Vesiculobullous diseases -- Section Six. Adnexal diseases -- Section Seven. Rheumatologic diseases -- Section Eight. Metabolic and systemic diseases -- Section Nine. Genodermatoses -- Section Ten. Pigmentary disorders -- Section Eleven. Hair, nails and mucous membranes -- Section Twelve. Infections, infestations and bites -- Section Thirteen. Disorders due to physical agents -- Section Fourteen. Disorders of Langerhan and macrophages -- Section Fifteen. Atrophies and disorders of connective tissues -- Section Sixteen - Disorders of subcutaneous -- Section Seventeen. Vascular disorders -- Section Eighteen. Neoplasms of the skin -- Section Nineteen. Medical therapy -- Section Twenty. Physical treatment modalities -- Section Twenty-one. Surgery -- Section Twenty-two. Cosmetic surgery.
- Dermatology. 2nd ed. v. 1-2, 2008.
- Inflammatory diseases of the dermis and epidermis / Maxwell A. Fung -- Panniculitis / Neil Scott McNutt, Maxwell A. Fung -- Infectious diseases of the skin / Anca G. Prundeanu Croitoru ... [et al.] -- Cutaneous vasculitis / J. Andrew Carlson -- Blistering skin diseases / Jacqueline M. Junkins-Hopkins, Klaus J. Busam -- Deposition disorders and miscellaneous alterations of dermal connective tissue / Franco Rongioletti, Jacqueline Granese, Jacqueline M. Junkins-Hopkins -- Non-neoplastic disorders of pigmentation / Ravi Ubriani, Loren E. Clarke, Michael E. Ming -- Non-neoplastic disorders of hair / Klaus Sellheyer, Wilma F. Bergfeld -- Cysts and sinuses / Douglas R. Fullen -- Tumors of the epidermis / Angela J. Wyatt, Klaus J. Busam -- Adnexal tumors / Victor G. Prieto ... [et al.] -- Melanocytic proliferations / Klaus J. Busam -- Soft tissue tumors and tumor-like reactions / Steven D. Billings, John R. Goldblum -- Hematopoietic neoplasms / Jacqueline M. Junkins-Hopkins, Patricia L. Myskowski, Klaus J. Busam -- Histiocytic proliferative disorders / Bijal Amin, Melissa Pulitzer -- Cutaneous nueroendocrine (merkel cell) carcinoma / Bijal Amin, Klaus J. Busam -- Cutaneous metastases / Richard A. Scolyer, Rajmohan Murali, John F. Thompson.
- Dermnet Skin disease atlas DatabaseContains over 23,000 images of skin disease. Images can be enlarged with a click and can be located by browsing image categories or by searching. Also includes some videos. All available for viewing without charge; high-resolution copies may be purchased or licensed for publishing purposes.
- Introduction to the developing human -- The beginning of human development: first week -- Formation of bilaminar embryonic disc: second week -- Formation of germ layers and early tissue and organ differentiation: third week -- Organogenetic period: fourth to eighth weeks -- The fetal period: ninth week to birth -- the placenta and fetal membranes -- Body cavities, mesenteries, and diaphragm -- The pharyngeal apparatus -- The respiratory system -- The digestive system -- The urogenital system -- The cardiovascular system -- The skeletal system -- The muscular system -- The limbs -- The nervous system -- The eye and ear -- The integumentary system -- Congenital anatomical anomalies or human birth defects -- Common signaling pathways used during development.
- Diagnostic and surgical imaging anatomy Chest, abdomen, pelvis. 1st ed. Lane Catalog record
- Congenital -- Scoliosis -- Vertebral column, discs, and paraspinal muscle -- Cord, dura, and vessels -- Degenerative diseases -- Spondylolisthesis and spondylolysis -- Inflammatory, crystalline, and miscellaneous arthritides -- Infections -- Inflammatory and autoimmune disorders -- Neoplasms -- Nonneoplastic cysts and tumor mimics -- Vascular and systemic disorders -- Plexus and peripheral nerve lesions -- Postoperative imaging and complications -- Hardware -- Post-radiation and chemotherapy complications.
- Diffusion tensor imaging 2013, Springer
- Diseases of the inner ear 2010, SpringerTemporal Bone Tumors and Metastatic Disease -- Cholesteatoma and Its Complications -- Anomalies of the Inner Ear -- Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss -- Trauma to the Inner Ear -- Otosclerosis -- Presbycusis -- Ménière's Syndrome -- Benign Positional Vertigo -- Meningioma -- Vestibular Schwannoma -- Other Cranial Nerve Schwannomas and Paragangliomas -- Ototoxicity.
- Disorders of the shoulder. 2nd ed. 2007, Ovid
- Doctors' work 2003
- Duvernoy's Atlas of the human brain stem and cerebellum 2009, Springer
- Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI atlas of prostate cancer 2009, Springer
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