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  • Natanson, Charles.
  • Aaron Beck, M.D.
    We'd be hard-pressed to find a therapist today who hasn't in some way been shaped by Dr. Aaron Beck. The founder of Cognitive Therapy, and "one of the five most influential psychotherapists of all time" according to The American Psychologist, Beck revolutionized the way millions of clinicians approach clients in distress. Here is a chance to hear directly from one of the most innovative thinkers in our field. In this engaging interview, Beck discusses his process of developing cognitive therapy--from his early days as a psychoanalyst, through his disillusionment with psychoanalysis and creation of a therapeutic model that reflected his research and actual experiences with clients. He shares his insights about depression, from its evolutionary origins and how our thinking sustains it, to how best to treat it. Addressing his thoughts on why other models of therapy persist enthusiastically despite the proven success of cognitive therapy, Beck also offers his opinions on integrative models of psychotherapy and his concerns about therapists jumping from one approach to another. Keywords: Aaron Beck, cognitive, cognitive behavioral, cognitive behavior, cognitive-behavior, cognitive-behavioral, depression, continuing education, Beck depression inventory, bdi, Philip Kendall, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2006SUNet ID login required
    Dalman, Ronald L.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Raghunathan, Amritha.
  • 2009SUNet ID login required
    Sotos, John G.
  • 2007From: NEJM
    Fitch, Michael T.; Manthey, David E.; McGinnis, Henderson D.; Nicks, Bret A.; Pariyadath, Manoj.
    N Engl J Med. 2007-11-08; 357(19):e20[video]
  • Lenore Walker, EdD.
    Dr. Lenore Walker has worked with physically, psychologically, and sexually abused women for more than 30 years and has developed an approach to their treatment called Survivor Therapy. In this dramatic recreation of key moments in the two-year course of therapy with Sarah, a 36-year-old battered woman with a history of childhood sexual abuse, Walker (the recipient of the American Psychological Associations 1994 Distinguished Contribution to Women's Health Award) illustrates the basic principles of her approach. Combining scenes from numerous therapy sessions with commentary by Dr. Walker, this video is a valuable teaching tool for practitioners of all orientations and experience levels. Keywords: domestic, violence, counseling, treatment, Lenore, Walker, abused, woman, survivor, video, videos, demonstration, education, abusive, abuse, relationship, battering, batterer, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2009SUNet ID login required
    Weiss, Larry D.
  • Wilson, Robert R.
    In this compelling culmination to our series on the strategic treatment of anxiety disorders, master clinician Reid Wilson sums up the fundamentals to tackling the most common condition psychotherapists are confronted with. In this lively new video, the seasoned anxiety expert combines a live presentation with an accompanying case demonstration to illustrate the core concepts of his groundbreaking technique and paradoxical twist on exposure therapy. With more than three decades of treating OCD, phobias, and panic disorder under his belt, Wilson distills his formidable clinical expertise into an accessible live overview that's both conceptual and strategic. Noting that a stance of "collaborative curiosity" underpins any successful treatment, he begins work with Olivia, a woman suffering from a longstanding need to compulsively clean house and wash her hands to avoid "contamination." With humor, clarity, and empathic analogies that leverage his client's motivation for success, he encourages her to look beyond the content of her fears, externalize her anxiety, and welcome the chance to master her discomfort. Emphasizing the practice of moving toward the experience of anxiety itself, Wilson shows you how he challenges clients to rise above their fears and not merely tolerate uncertainty, but invite and embrace it enthusiastically. Weaving together commentary and demonstration, he provides Olivia with psychoeducation and practical tools to "habituate" toward distress on a moment-by-moment basis, and offers her firm support as she gradually musters the courage to willingly smear her hands across a filthy kitchen sink. Wilson's passionate personality shines through in this video, and you'll be prompted to rethink your own clinical approach after watching him in action. If you're looking for a fresh understanding of anxiety disorders and effective ways to treat its most unyielding aspects, you'll love this "advanced class" showcasing Wilson's unique protocol.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Demetri, George D.
  • From: McGraw-Hill MedicalUsers must register and log in to access some features. To maintain their personal accounts users must log in to AEM via the Stanford network every 90 days
    AccessEmergency Medicine is a complete online service that allows users to quickly search the diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of emergency cases with videos.
  • 2013SUNet ID login required
    Blish, Catherine A.
  • 2012SUNet ID login required
    Singh, Hardeep; Sittig, Dean F.
  • Borges, Paula.
  • v. 27-, 2004-From: WebMD
    Also available: Print – v. 1-3, 2004-<2017>(including updates)
  • Daniel Wiener, PhD.
    If you've ever worked with couples, you know how challenging it can be, particularly when talk therapy just isn't enough. Just as couples can get caught in negative patterns, therapists also get trapped in stale ways of engaging with their clients. Over the course of three sessions based on an actual case with a married couple, Dr. Wiener demonstrates a series of original and effective exercises, interspersed with observations of the couple's dynamics and rationale for his therapeutic choices. Here is a rare opportunity to be a "fly on the wall" during multiple sessions with the same couple, enabling you to see how, over time, these potent improvisational techniques can help people move through significant conflicts into a renewed loving and playful connection. This informative video will support you in shifting your clients out of their stuck places and allow you to facilitate new possibilities for relating. Equally important, Dr. Wiener will help you look at your work with fresh eyes as he teaches you techniques that will broaden your therapeutic repertoire. Keywords: psychodrama, drama, couple, improv, relationship, marital therapy, technique, rehearsals for growth, couples, marriage, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2007SUNet ID login required
    Leung, Lawrence L. K.
  • Harrington, Robert A.
  • 2016SUNet ID login required
    Robinson, Lisa.
  • 2011SUNet ID login required
    Medeiros, Bruno Carneiro de.
  • 2007SUNet ID login required
    Garcia, Joe G. N.
  • Armstrong, Paul W.
  • 2009SUNet ID login required
    An-Grogan, Yuemi.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Gorelick, Fred.
  • Chung, Lorinda; Jeng, Michael; Ozdalga, Errol.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Cornfield, David.
    Personal narrative that informs of the clinical manifestations and course of treatment for patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome and the importance of treating the whole person. Includes personal observations of Ori Shadmon, an 18 year old ARDS survivor.
  • 2012SUNet ID login required
    Lee, Lucy C.; Rooholamini, Sahar; Tracy, Michael.
    Learning environment / Michael Tracy -- New learner / Sahar Rooholamini -- Curricular innovations / Lucy Lee.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Halfon, Neal.
  • 2013SUNet ID login required
    Luby, Stephen.
  • James Bitter, EdD.
    Carol and Glenn are the parents of three young children and are struggling with a problem that most parents and therapists are all too familiar with: their kids don't listen! With playfulness and humor, Bitter skillfully uncovers the goals that are motivating the parents' and children's behaviors and uses that understanding to create new possibilities in the family. This is a great opportunity to see an expert demonstrate a foundational Adlerian technique--the "Typical Day assessment"--which reveals the details of the family's interactions with each other, allowing Bitter to make specific recommendations to support the parents in co-leading the family more effectively. From advice such as "Act without talking" to "Cut the television cord," Bitter helps the parents work together to set limits that really work, ending the power struggle once and for all. Part of the 10-video series: Family Therapy with the Experts. Keywords: children, parenting, psychodynamic, typical day, television, TV, Adlerian techniques, power, Alfred Adler, James Bitter, parent-child, child, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist, Family Therapy.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD.
    Therapists often find themselves in over their heads when parents seek their advice about a misbehaving child or teen. Expert Adlerian psychotherapist and educator, Jon Carlson, demonstrates how to bring the focus away from the child's behavior and back to the parent's actions. In this video, you'll see Dr. Carlson consult with a mom whose 13-year old son back-talks on every chore and request. Then Carlson facilitates a parenting group, helping the parents shut down the power struggles with their teens so they can recognize when to give responsibility, when to back off and when to draw boundaries. Keywords: parenting, consultation, groups, group, Alfred Adler, child therapy, Carlson, family therapy, parenting group, power, fight, teenager, mother, parenthood, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Terry Kottman, PhD.
    Expert Play Therapist Dr. Terry Kottman illustrates that children communicate through play and that all play has a purpose. In this video, Dr. Kottman meets with a 5-year old boy who is split between two homes and lacking a sense of control in his life. By reflecting his actions, and using encouragement and suggestions through play, Dr. Kottman soon discovers that this young client needs to show her who's boss. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Kottman, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of this approach. Keywords: adlerian, play, divorce, divorced, custody, young, child, Terry, Kottman, psychodynamic, Adler, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD.
    Adlerian therapists aim to understand how clients fit into their worlds, and how family and cultural backgrounds shape clients and influence their therapeutic processes and individual needs. In this video, Carlson works with an African-American woman, Gina, exploring the family values she learned growing up, highlighting a fierce independence that became headstrong at times. Carlson then confronts her about how this value might have contributed to the downfall of her marriage. Gina admits, 'I'm tired of fixing things all the time,' and explores with Carlson possibilities for change. Host Diane Kjos introduces Dr. Carlson and facilitates an enlightening discussion on the approach. Keywords: Adlerian, Carlson, divorce, break up, controlling, family values, psychodynamic, culture, multicultural, Adler, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Janet Sasson Edgette, PsyD.
    Parents and therapists often fall into the same traps with teenagers: getting into power struggles, coming across as phony, and not setting limits. Janet Sasson Edgette shows us how to be candid and real with adolescents rather than fighting for control or approval. In this video, Dr. Edgette works with a mom and her teenage daughter who comes and goes as she wants. Watch as Dr. Edgette softens the teen's combative, provocative stance and empowers mom to take charge. Jon Carlson and Don Keat introduce Dr. Edgette, and facilitate an in-depth discussion of the further impact and uses of the model. Keywords: adolescent, teenager, teen, divorce, mother-daughter, Edgette, power, struggle, fighting, bickering, single, mother, boundaries, rules, structure, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist, Family Therapy.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2014SUNet ID login required
    Stoltey, Juliet.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Norris, Robert L.
    Covers emergency room equipment and supplies for airway management as well as some emergency techniques.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Lansberg, Maarten G.
    Covers TIA and minor stroke, stroke standard of care, and stroke beyond the standard of care.
  • 2007SUNet ID login required
    Blankenberg, Francis G.
  • Khatri, Purvesh.
  • 2013SUNet ID login required
    Sarin, Kavita Y.
  • 2013SUNet ID login required
    Palfrey, Judith.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    editors, Elizabeth J. Hall-Findlay, Gregory R.D. Evans ; video editor, Kenneth K. Kim.
    Drs. Hall-Findlay and Evans' new Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Breast has a purely surgical focus that covers the full scope of breast surgery. Coverage of hot topics includes new implant types, gel implants, fat injections to the breast for aesthetic enhancement, and fat injections for reconstruction. The book is organized into seven sections including reduction, mastopexy, augmentation, and more. Expert, international contributors deliver practical advice on the latest techniques, with a special emphasis on what can go wrong and how to avoid it. This full-color, templated reference comes with case studies and 16 video clips (both on web and on DVD) with approximately three hours of footage demonstrating key procedures. Video coverage includes form-stable high cohesive silicone gel implants, short scar with inferior pedicle, and sub-fascial breast augmentation. Expert Consult access enables you to search full text online and download images. Get practical advice on handling problems that occur in both reconstructive and aesthetic surgery Study various operative steps in depth with real-life clinical detail Avoid and/or deal with complications by referencing case examples and analyses with expert international counsel Watch the techniques first-hand with videos online and on the accompanying DVD, and watch experts performing the procedures Search the text's full content electronically, or download images and video for teaching purposes.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Sherell J. Aston, Douglas S. Steinbrech, Jennifer L. Walden.
    Office practice of plastic surgery -- Clinical photography for the aesthetic patient -- Anesthesia in aesthetic surgery -- Postoperative nausea and vomiting -- Patient safety in aesthetic surgery -- Facelift anatomy, SMAS, retaining ligaments and facial spaces -- Facelift with SMAS technique and FAME -- Facelift with SMAS technique and FAME -- Short scar facelift -- Foundation facelift -- The "High SMAS" facelift technique -- MACS facelift -- The multi-vectored rhytidoplasty -- The male facelift -- Endoscopic mid and lower face rejuvenation -- Endoscopic facial rejuvenation -- Facial rejuvenation in non-Caucasians -- Aesthetic facial microsurgery -- Midface lift -- Deep plane procedures in the neck -- Treatment of the male neck -- Managing submandibular glands -- Non-endoscopic limited incision browlift -- Coronal browlift -- Endoscopic browlift with internal fixation -- Transblepharoplasty browlift -- Suture suspension for face and neck -- Suture suspension for brow and upper face -- Conventional upper and lower blepharoplasty -- Lateral canthal suspension techniques -- Lid-cheek blending: the tear trough deformity -- Tarsal strip canthoplasty -- Blepharoplasty in the East Asian patient -- Treatment of blepharoplasty complications -- Autologous contouring the lower face -- Alloplastic chin augmentation -- Primary closed rhinoplasty -- Primary open rhinoplasty -- Secondary rhinoplasty -- Nasal tip grafting with an "anatomic tip graft" and sizers -- Nasal tip grafting with an "anatomic tip graft" and sizers -- Correction of the deviated septum -- The ethnic rhinoplasty -- The Asian rhinoplasty -- Correcting the cleft lip nose -- Primary otoplasty and reconstruction -- Traditional inverted-T breast reduction -- Mastopexy with and without augmentation -- Pitanguy breast reduction -- Medial pedicle vertical mammaplasty -- Periareolar Benelli mastopexy and reduction: The "Round Block" -- Breast implants: background, safety and general considerations -- Breast augmentation -- The dual plane approach to breast augmentation -- Cohesive gel breast augmentation -- Difficult breast augmentations -- Breast reconstruction -- Nipple - areola reconstruction -- Pure aspiration lipoplasty -- Complications and corrections of lipoplasty -- New concepts in fat grafting -- Lipoabdominoplasty: Saldanha's technique -- Lipoabdominoplasty: Advanced techniques and technologies -- Non-surgical ultrasonic lipoplasty -- Ultrasound assisted liposuction -- Abdominoplasty techniques -- Brachioplasty -- Belt lipectomy: Lower body lift -- High lateral tension abdominoplasty -- Gluteal augmentation -- Botox® for face, neck and brow -- Lip augmentation -- Structural fat augmentation of the face and hands -- Hyaluronic acid injectable filler -- Non-hyaluronic acid fillers for facial augmentation -- Laser resurfacing -- Fractional resurfacing -- Total facial alloplastic augmentation -- Chemical peels and dermabrasion.
  • 2012From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] Bahman Guyuron, Brian M. Kinney.
    Patient Assessment -- Skin Care Including Chemical Peeling -- Non-surgical Facial Rejuventation with Fillers -- Botulinum Toxin -- Laser Facial Resurfacing and Dermabrasion -- Management of Alopecia -- Forehead Rejuvenation -- Periorbital Rejuvenation -- Facelift with SMAS Flaps -- Neck Rejuvenation -- Primary Rhinoplasty -- Secondary Rhinoplasty -- Genioplasty -- Aesthetic Contouring of the Craniofacial Skeleton -- Augmentation of Facial Structures with Autologous Fat -- Breast Augmentation -- Breast Reduction -- Mastopexy -- Liposculpture -- Abdominoplasty -- Bodylifts and Post Massive Weight Loss Body Contouring -- Surgical Management of Migraine Headaches.
  • Artemis Media Ventures and Belle Max Production present ; directed and produced by Martha Shane and Lana Wilson ; written by Greg O'Toole, Martha Shane, and Lana Wilson
    "AFTER TILLER intimately explores the highly controversial subject of third-trimester abortions in the wake of the 2009 assassination of practitioner Dr. George Tiller. The procedure is now performed by only four doctors in the United States, all former colleagues of Dr. Tiller, who risk their lives every day in the name of their unwavering commitment toward their patients. Directors Martha Shane and Lana Wilson have created a moving and unique exploration of one of the most incendiary topics of our time, and they've done so in an informative, thought-provoking, and compassionate way." - from Oscilloscope Laboratories website.
  • 2016SUNet ID login required
    Tan, Jane C.
  • We're all getting older every day, and scientific research has shown that starting in our twenties, some brain functions begin a linear decline. But is old age all doom and gloom?.. Not at all! While it's true that some functions in the aging brain decline, neuroscientists have discovered that many other brain functions remain stable - or even improve - as we age. Furthermore, nurture plays as significant a role as nature, and there are a number of strategies you can implement to stave off declining brain function, including:..- Incorporating physical activity into your routine.- Eating a healthy diet.- Maintaining a vibrant social life.- Reducing your stress.. The science behind the aging brain tells a fascinating - and often counterintuitive - story. Is "aging"a disease, or merely a natural occurrence that produces disease-like symptoms? If humans are biologically programmed to survive and thrive, why do we age at all? Is it possible (or even desirable) to "cure"aging altogether?.. Delve into these questions and more in The Aging Brain. Taught by a neuroscientist and award-winning professor at the University of Michigan, these twelve eye-opening lectures will give you a wealth of new insights into what happens to the brain over time - as well as strategies to mitigate the effects of aging and enhance your quality of life into old age ... With a mix of scientific research and practical applications, Professor Polk brings cutting-edge science to life. He takes you down to the cellular and even molecular level of the brain to show you why certain functions decline, how some aspects of brain aging are under genetic control, and what you can do to prolong your health and keep your mind sharp. Aging affects us all, but you have some control over how it affects you. With what you learn here, you can face the challenges of aging with comprehension and confidence, armed with knowledge to help you live a longer, healthier, and more enjoyable life.
  • 2011SUNet ID login required
    Van der Horst, Charles.
  • G. Alan Marlatt, PhD.
    Addiction treatment can be a very contentious specialty within the psychotherapy and counseling professions, and Alan Marlatt is no stranger to controversy. Owing in part to his Canadian roots, his perspective on alcoholism and drug use in the US is at odds with much of the field. Rather than adopt a moral stance or buy into the medical disease model, Marlatt takes a practical approach that views addiction as a learned habit. In this interview, he explains how this method focuses treatment and public policy on reducing harm to individuals and communities. His compassion is obvious as he explains the concept of harm reduction treatment as meeting the individual where they are rather than taking an all-or-nothing abstinence approach. "You can motivate the person who's doing whatever it is a lot more by looking at the consequences than whether [they're] a problem drinker or not, or something that might stigmatize the person. So harm reduction, I think, is a much more humanistic, pragmatic way of dealing with people who have alcohol and drug problems that's really making a big difference in their lives." Marlatt describes some of the obstacles he has faced throughout his career, from being discouraged by a professor against studying alcoholism in graduate school to being attacked in the media and academic circles for his work. Taking the controversy philosophically, he depicts the evolution of different belief systems about addiction and treatment through captivating vignettes. In so doing, Marlatt lays out the rationale and therapeutic style of harm reduction in a compelling and thought-provoking way that leaves a lasting impact on the viewer. Keywords: addiction, alcohol, cocaine, drugs, drug use, abuse, addicted, addict, motivational interviewing, MI, methadone, HIV, progressive, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2014SUNet ID login required
    Bonafide, Christopher P.
  • Albert Bandura, PhD.
    In this engaging interview, the founder of social cognitive theory and the theory of self-efficacy reveals his early fascination with the wide-ranging effects of behavior modification. The "spillover effect" from one behavior to other areas of functioning made it possible to radically improve people's lives with relatively small changes in behavior. Believing that there must be more instances of this phenomenon, he set out to find them, compiling and distilling what he learned into his first article on the uses of learning theory for therapy. In this conversation with Toni Zeiss, Bandura also examines the contributions of behavioral insight for psychotherapy, including the significance of social environments in shaping personality and behavior, the ability to conduct more rigorous clinical research, and the extended purview of therapy to include prevention work. He argues that while important, these contributions were not adequate, as "I was also marshaling a lot of evidence that these conditioning processes were, in fact, cognitively mediated." By then outlining the conceptual model and process of guided mastery, Bandura provides a very useful clinical tool that therapists of any orientation can easily integrate in their practice. Not only was he instrumental in developing groundbreaking theories about how we learn, Bandura also worked to apply his theories to pressing social issues on a global scale. Before social justice became widely acknowledged as a critical aspect of applied psychology, Bandura was involved in a project broadcasting soap operas in developing nations in which women were portrayed exercising control over their reproductive health. From his famous Bobo doll experiment all the way through his recent work in societal change processes, Bandura describes the evolution of his theories and their application through vivid stories of his breakthrough moments. Keywords: behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, social learning, social cognitive, self efficacy, self-efficacy, Bobo doll, guided mastery, behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Albert Ellis, PhD.
    Considered by many to be the founder of cognitive behavioral therapy and one of the most influential psychologists of all time, Albert Ellis, founder of REBT, is nothing if not controversial. In two separate interviews with Drs. Arthur Freeman and Myrtle Heery we meet Ellis face-to-face, providing viewers with insight into the core principles of REBT, as well as the passionate and irreverent man behind this popular, confrontational approach to change. With his characteristic style that some have called audacious and even obnoxious, Ellis unabashedly shares his convictions on everything from how "woefully ineffective" psychoanalysis is, to how most therapists placate their clients out of their own "dire need to be loved," to how self-esteem is "the greatest sickness known to man." He describes how he overcame fear and shame by forcing himself to give public talks and approach women for dates, and discusses his evolution from psychoanalyst to renegade innovator of his own approach, influenced largely by his studies in philosophy, general semantics, and his unwavering belief in the liberating power of unconditional self-acceptance. Keywords: Albert Ellis, rational emotive behavior therapy, REBT, cbt, cognitive behavioral, Arthur Freeman, Myrtle Heery, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2008SUNet ID login required
    Greenberg, Harry B.
  • 2012SUNet ID login required
    Maldonado, José R.
  • Sharfstein, Joshua M.
  • Rosa, Jaime.
  • Storb, Rainer.
  • Negrin, Robert S.
  • 2006SUNet ID login required
    Blume, Karl G.
  • 2013SUNet ID login required
    Longo, Frank Michael.
  • 2009SUNet ID login required
    Schrier, Stanley L.; Witteles, Ronald M.
  • 2011SUNet ID login required
    Markel, Howard.
  • 2012SUNet ID login required
    Schimmel, Paul R.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    editor-in-chief, Ivor J. Benjamin ; editors, Robert C. Griggs, Edward J. Wing, J. Gregory Fitz.
    Introduction to molecular medicine -- Cardiovascular disease -- Pulmonary and critical care medicine -- Preoperative and postoperative care -- Renal disease -- Gastrointestinal disease -- Diseases of the liver and biliary system -- Hematologic disease -- Oncologic disease -- Endocrine disease and metabolic disease -- Women's health -- Men's health -- Diseases of bone and bone mineral metabolism -- Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disease -- Infectious disease -- Neurologic disease -- Geriatrics -- Palliative care -- Alcohol and substance abuse.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    William D. James, Timothy G. Berger, Dirk M. Elston.
    1. Skin : basic structure and function -- 2. Cutaneous signs and diagnosis -- 3. Dermatoses resulting from physical factors -- 4. Pruritus and neurocutaneous dermatoses -- 5. Atopic dermatitis, eczema, and noninfectious immunodeficiency disorders -- 6. Contact dermatitis and drug eruptions -- Erythema and urticaria -- 7. Connective tissue diseases -- 8. Mucinoses -- 9. Seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, recalcitrant palmoplantar eruptions, pustular dermatitis, and erythroderma -- 11. Pityriasis rosea, pityriasis rubra pilaris, and other papulosquamous and hyperkeratotic diseases -- 12. Lichen planus and related conditions -- 13. Acne -- 14. Bacterial infections -- 15. Diseases resulting from fungi and yeasts -- 16. Mycobacterial diseases -- 17. Hansen's disease -- 18. Syphilis, yaws, bejel, and pinta -- 19. Viral diseases -- 20. Parasitic infestations, stings, and bites -- 21. Chronic blistering dermatoses -- 22. Nutritional diseases -- 23. Diseases of subcutaneous fat -- 24. Endocrine diseases -- 25. Abnormalities of dermal fibrous and elastic tissue -- 26. Errors in metabolism -- 27. Genodermatoses and congenital anomalies -- 28. Dermal and subcutaneous tumors -- 29. Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, and cysts -- 30. Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms -- 31. Macrophage/monocyte disorders -- 32. Cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia, cutaneous t-cell lymphoma, other malignant lymphomas, and allied diseases -- 33. Diseases of the skin appendages -- 34. Disorders of the mucous membranes -- 35. Cutaneous vascular diseases -- 36. Disturbances of pigmentation -- 37. Dermatologic surgery -- 38. Cutaneous laser surgery -- 39. Cosmetic dermatology.
  • Susan Heitler, PhD.
    The Angry Couple dramatically recreates key moments in the six-month course of counseling with Judith and Richard, a distressed couple whose marriage is threatened by a cycle of explosive anger and silent withdrawal. Dr. Heitler quickly reins in their anger, cuts through the impasses that have prolonged their conflict, and uncovers the core issues that have blocked intimacy from flourishing. This video offers a solid framework for students, fresh perspectives for seasoned therapists, and engaging learning for couples looking to enhance their relationship. Keywords: couples, angry, couple, conflict, treatment, marital, demonstration, education, Heitler, anger, Counseling, counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2009From: NEJM
    Gagnon, Joel; Grenon, S. Marlene; Hsiang, York.
    N Engl J Med. 2009-11-05; 361(19):e40[video]
    Although other methods exist to assess the peripheral vasculature, measurement of the ankle-brachial index remains a simple, reliable method for diagnosing peripheral arterial disease. This video presents the indications for use of the ankle-brachial index and demonstrates how it is measured.
  • 2013SUNet ID login required
    Katzman, Debra.
  • 2008From: AccessSurgery
  • 2008From: AccessSurgery
  • 2008SUNet ID login required
    Falkow, Stanley.
  • 2015SUNet ID login required
    Zaoutis, Theoklis E.
  • 2014SUNet ID login required
    Trivedi, Kavita K.
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    Coller, Barry S.
  • 2005SUNet ID login required
    Zarins, Christopher K.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Dannenberg, Bernard.
    Describes the Pediatric Assessment Triangle (PAT) method for rapid emergency assessment of children by observation of appearance, circulation and breathing.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Schroeder, Bill.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Kache, Saraswati.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Kahana, Madelyn.
  • 2010SUNet ID login required
    Butler, Marilyn W.
    Case 1. Male, 4 months old presents with bilious emesis, abdominal pain. diagnosis: midgut volvulus, treated with surgery -- Case 2. Male, 6 weeks old, vomiting for 4 days. diagnosis: pyloric stenosis -- Case 3. Male, 6 months old with abdominal pain, poor feeding, vomiting, lethargy. diagnosis: Intussesception.
  • Chang, David T.
  • 2012SUNet ID login required
    Wang, C. Jason.
  • 2007SUNet ID login required
    Rastegar, Asghar.
  • Arnold Lazarus, PhD.
    Integrating techniques from a broad range of therapeutic disciplines, Multimodal Therapy (MMT) is a form of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy based on social and cognitive learning theory, as well as practical problem-solving methods. This form of therapy is based on the assumption that most psychological problems are multifaceted, multidetermined and multilayered. See the master psychotherapist Dr. Arnold Lazarus apply his Multimodal Therapy model as he consults with two clinicians: Jurgen, an experienced psychodynamic-oriented psychotherapist, presents the case of a recently divorced 38-year-old woman who constantly pulls him to put out fires. Marlou, a new psychotherapist, presents the case of a mother who is struggling to connect with her teenage foster son. "My basic approach to therapy is very much that of problem solving. I see that people come into therapy with a whole myriad of different problems, and yet do not know how to solve some simple ones. And quite often simple solutions can have a tremendous, reverberating, positive effect." -- Arnold Lazarus. Keywords: Lazarus, consultation, supervision, foster, divorce, multimodal, cognitive, behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour boundaries, integrative, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • Arnold Lazarus, PhD.
    Although Arnold Lazarus is well known for his work in behaviorism, having in fact coined the term "behavior therapy," he reveals in this lively conversation with Dr. Terry Wilson that he was not impressed the first time he saw a demonstration of behaviorism. But when he heard that a friend of his was considering a prefrontal lobotomy for agoraphobia which psychodynamic therapy had failed to ameliorate, Lazarus recommended she at least give systematic desensitization with Dr. Joseph Wolpe a try. Wolpe's methods prevailed, and Lazarus realized that there really was something to behaviorism that deserved a second look. Throughout this interview, Lazarus's vivid stories and sharp insights take the viewer down the path of his illustrious career, from his initial failure in graduate school to the development of Multimodal Therapy. Lazarus's distinct clinical wisdom stems from his passion for clinical work in combination with his ethos of practicality. Eschewing the more dogmatic elements of behaviorism, Lazarus provides an inspiring example of how to balance theoretical clarity with clinical flexibility and open curiosity about the process of change. Reflecting on his popularity among clinicians, Lazarus surmises that, "They are interested in what I'm interested in, which is, how can we be more effective with our clients? Now we know from all our studies that a certain number of people will benefit regardless but that's not good enough. You see, the relationship is necessary but often insufficient." Keywords: Multimodal, CBT, cognitive, integrative, research, EBT, evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral, behavior, behavioural, behaviour, behavior therapy, desensitization, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2016SUNet ID login required
    Khairy, Paul.
  • Judith Aron Rubin, PhD.
    Art for healing is as ancient as the drawings on the walls of caves. Famous artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock and Frida Kahlo used art to cope with their anguish. Now the practice of art as healing is a growing discipline that has been effective in helping those suffering schizophrenia, cancer, depression, trauma, grief, autism, physical or mental disability, AIDS and neurological disorders, among others. Further, art therapy can be used with children, families, the elderly, couples and groups. In this video, you will be introduced to two major branches of art therapy: the use of art as a healing method unto itself, and the use of art as a tool in the psychotherapy process. In either approach, art therapy provides a way for clients to tell without talking, and a new way for therapists to listen. Keywords: art, Judith Aron Rubin, creative, arts, painting, sculpting, drawing, expressive, documentary, international, multicultural, Counseling, Counselling, Social Work, Social Worker, Therapy, Psychotherapy, Psychotherapy.net, Therapist.--Supplied by publisher.
  • 2011From: NEJM
    Dev. Shelly P.; Ferri, Mauricio; Hillmer, Melinda D.
    N Engl J Med. 2011-02-03; 364(16):e7[video]
    This procedure video demonstrates radial arterial puncture for arterial blood gas analysis as commonly performed in medicine.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    edited by J. Chris Coetzee, Shepard R. Hurwitz.
    Ankle arthritis: preoperative considerations -- Evaluation of the arthritic ankle and foot -- Ankle arthritis etiology and prevention -- Nonoperative management of ankle arthritis -- Functional assessment of patients with ankle arthritis -- Young arthritic ankle: treatment options -- Ankle arthroscopy -- Tibial osteotomy for ankle arthritis -- Allograft resurfacing of the tibiotalar joint -- Distraction arthroplasty for the treatment of ankle arthritis -- Young arthritic ankle: treatment options in arthrodesis -- Primary ankle replacement -- Challenging primary total ankle arthroplasty -- Use of total ankle arthroplasty in the varus or valgus ankle -- Associated angulatory (tibia and fibula) deformities -- Challenging total ankle arthroplasty: management of associated foot pathology -- Complications of total ankle arthroplasty: avoidance and treatment -- Recurrent varus following total ankle arthroplasty -- Recurrent valgus following total ankle arthroplasty -- Syndesmosis fusion in the agility total ankle arthroplasty -- Periprosthetic fractures: intraoperative and postoperative -- Infection in total ankle arthroplasty -- Infection following total ankle arthroplasty -- Revision total ankle arthroplasty -- Diagnosis and classification of bone defects: the effect on total ankle arthroplasty -- Recognition and salvage of the failed ankle replacement arthroplasty -- Longevity of modern ankle replacement arthroplasty: survivorship and mechanisms of failure -- Revision of total ankle replacement -- Conversion of a failed total ankle replacement to an ankle fusion: indications and technique -- Subtalar arthritis -- Nonoperative treatment -- Arthroscopy of the subtalar joint -- Subtalar fusion -- Arthrodesis with realignment -- Acquired flatfoot -- Adult acquired flatfoot: nonoperative treatment -- Tendon transfers for acquired posterior tibial tendon deficiency -- Treatment of stage 2 posterior tibial tendon dysfunction -- Treatment of the stage 4 flatfoot -- Tarsometatarsal arthritis -- Midfoot arthritis: nonoperative treatment and arthrodesis -- Great toe (metatarsophalangeal joint) arthritis -- Hallux rigidus etiology -- Hallux rigidus: conservative treatment -- Surgical treatment -- Cheilectomy and phalangeal osteotomy -- Interpositional grafting -- Fusion: when and how -- Replacement: unipolar options and rationale -- Replacement: bipolar options and rationale -- Failed great toe arthroplasty -- Surgical management of failed great toe arthroplasty.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    edited by A. Bobby Chhabra, Jonathan E. Isaacs.
    Diagnosis, evaluation, and conservative treatment of posttraumatic arthritis and osteoarthritis of the wrist / Mathew Blake, Jonathan E. Isaacs -- The role of arthroscopic evaluation and debridement in wrist arthritis / Laura E. Gill, A. Bobby Chhabra -- Partial and complete denervation of the wrist / David Schnur -- Posttraumatic radiocarpal arthritis / Jonathan E. Isaacs, Travis M. Hendry -- SLAC and SNAC wrist / Warren Hammert -- Scaphotrapeziotrapezoidal (STT) arthritis / Jack Ingari -- Ulnar impaction syndrome / Sarah Pettrone ... [et al.] -- Distal radioulnar joint arthritis / Paul Nassab, Jonathan E. Isaacs -- Total wrist arthrodesis and total wrist arthroplasty / Steven D. Maschke, Thomas J. Graham -- Rheumatoid and other inflammatory arthritides of the wrist / Marco Rizzo -- Surgical treatment of the arthritic wrist : the future / Joshua P. Moss, Peter J. Stern -- Distal interphalangeal joint arthritis / James Fletcher -- Proximal interphalangeal joint arthritis / Stephen J. Leibovic -- Metacarpophalangeal arthritis / John Thaller -- Thumb carpometacarpal arthritis / Peter G. Fitzgibbons, Arnold-Peter C. Weiss -- The future of treatment for arthritis of the hand / Scott A. Eisenhuth, A. Bobby Chhabra -- Arthroscopic treatment of the arthritic elbow / Sara D. Rynders, Chad. R. Manke -- Surgical treatment of the elbow : surgical options and indications / Travis M. Hendry, Robert Chadderdon, N. Douglas Boardman III -- Ulnohumeral arthroplasty / Dan A. Zlotolow, Michael O'Brien -- Resurfacing elbow replacement arthroplasty / Rick Papandrea, Peter Evans -- Total elbow arthroplasty / Cay Mierisch, Cassandra Mierisch -- Revision total elbow arthroplasty / N. Douglas Boardman III -- Interposition arthroplasty of the elbow / César J. Bravo -- Elbow arthrodesis / Namory D. Bagayoko, A. Bobby Chhabra -- The future : surgical options for the arthritic elbow / R.A. Gallo, A.H. Payatakes, D.G. Sotereanos.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Thomas E. Brown [and others].
    Etiology of Hip Arthritis -- Etiology of Hip Arthritis -- Preoperative Planning for Hip Surgery -- Hip Arthroscopy -- Surgical Dislocation of the Adult Hip for Treatment of Femoroacetabular Impingement -- Periacetabular Osteotomy -- Proximal Femoral Osteotomy -- Salvage Osteotomy -- Arthrodesis -- The Primary Cemented Femoral Stem -- Current Designs of Uncemented Total Hip Arthroplasty -- Acetabular Component Options in Total Hip Arthroplasty -- Bearing Options in Total Hip Arthroplasty -- Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty -- Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty -- Total Hip Arthroplasty in Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip -- Total Hip Arthroplasty : Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis -- Proximal Femoral Deformity -- Proximal Femoral Deformity -- Proximal Femur Fracture : The Challenging Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty -- Rationale and Expectations -- Mini-Posterior Total Hip Arthroplasty -- Mini Lateral Approach Total Hip Arthroplasty : The Anterolateral Approach (Modified Hardinge) -- Single-Incision Direct Anterior Approach for Total Hip Arthroplasty -- The Minimally Invasive Total Hip Arthroplasty with Two Incisions -- Treatment Options for Osteonecrosis of the Hip -- Limb-Length Discrepancy after Total Hip Arthroplasty : Avoidance and Treatment -- Neurovascular Injury : Avoidance and Treatment -- Instability after Total Hip Arthroplasty : Issues, Avoidance, and Treatment -- Periprosthetic Fractures around Total Hip Arthroplasty : Evaluation and Management -- Evaluation and Treatment of Infected Total Hip Arthroplasty -- Infected Total Hip Arthroplasty : Future Problems and Potential Solutions -- Component Removal : Tricks of the Trade -- Diaphyseal Fixation : Providing Durable Femoral Revisions with Extensively Porous Coated Stems -- Cemented Long Stems for Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty : Do's and Don'ts -- Impaction Grafting of the Femur -- Tapered, Fluted Femoral Fixation -- Allograft-Prosthesis Composites -- Megaprosthesis for Severe Femoral Bone Loss : Heavy Metal -- Liner Exchange and Surgical Treatment of Osteolysi -- Hemispheric Press-Fit Components : The Workhorse -- Triflange Acetabular Components : Last Hurrah.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Thomas E. Brown [and others].
    Arthroscopic Debridement of the Arthritic Knee : Is There Still a Role? -- Cartilage Repair and Replacement : From Osteochondral Autograft Transfer to Allograft -- Distal Femoral Osteotomy for Genu Valgum -- Principles of Correction for Monocompartmental Arthritis of the Knee -- Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty -- Patellofemoral Arthroplasty -- Surgical Approaches for Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty : Old and New -- Soft Tissue Balancing during Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Sizing and Balancing : Gap Technique versus Measured Resection -- Posterior Cruciate Ligament Retaining Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Posterior Stabilized Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Mobile-Bearing Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Intraoperative Complications during Total Knee Arthroplasty : How to Get Out of Trouble -- Minimally Invasive Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Evaluation of the Painful/Failed Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Soft Tissue Issues : Exposure and Coverage -- Surgical Exposure in Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Removal of Well-Fixed Components during Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Balancing the Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty : Restraint with Constraint -- Management of Bone Loss : Structural Grafts in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Addressing Ligament Deficiency in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Adjunctive Fixation in Total Knee Arthroplasty Revision : Stems and Sleeves -- Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty Using Mobile-Bearing Technology -- Patella Revision/Reconstruction -- The Infected Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty -- Patellofemoral Maltracking : Identification and Solutions -- Extensor Mechanism Rupture -- Extensor Mechanism Rupture -- The Stiff Total Knee Arthroplasty : Evaluation and Treatment -- Periprosthetic Fractures about Total Knee Replacements : Repair or Revise -- Limb Salvage for Failed Total Knee Arthroplasty : Arthrodesis and Beyond.
  • 2009From: ClinicalKey
    edited by David M. Dines, Cato T. Laurencin, Gerald R. Williams, Jr.
    Arthritis and arthroplasty of shoulder -- Etiology, diagnosis, and non-operative treatment of the arthritic shoulder -- Surgical options in shoulder arthritis -- Debridement, chondroplasty, and soft tissue releases -- Evolution of shoulder arthroplasty -- Partial surface replacements: indications, techniques, and results -- Humeral head resurfacing: indications, technique, and results -- Hemiarthroplasty for arthritis -- Interpositional arthroplasty -- Total shoulder arthroplasty in primary osteoarthritis: technique and results -- Total shoulder arthroplasty: technical considerations -- Soft tissue releases and glenoid exposure -- Glenoid bone loss treated with bone grafts -- Rotator cuff deficient arthritic shoulder -- Rehabilitation after shoulder arthroplasty -- Disease-specific options -- Arthroplasty in rheumatologic conditions: special considerations -- Total shoulder arthroplasty or hemiarthroplasty for arthritis: current trends and technical considerations -- Shoulder arthroplasty in post-traumatic arthroplasty: technique and results -- Arthroplasty for arthritis after instability, including post-capsulorrhaphy and chronic dislocations -- Avascular necrosis of the shoulder -- Reverse shoulder arthroplasty: indications, technique, and results -- Reverse shoulder prosthesis for acute and chronic fractures -- Complications and revision -- Complications of conventional shoulder arthroplasty -- Complications and treatment of reverse shoulder prosthesis -- Infection: diagnosis and treatment options -- Soft tissue failure after arthroplasty: rotator cuff and subscapularis -- Glenoid loosening: diagnosis and treatment -- Revision shoulder arthroplasty: technical considerations and outcomes -- Reverse shoulder arthroplasty in revision shoulder arthroplasty.
  • 2010From: ClinicalKey
    edited by Francis H. Shen, Christopher I. Shaffrey.
    Preoperative Evaluation of the Spine -- Imaging of the Spine -- Pathophysiology of Degenerative Processes of the Spine -- Cervical Disc Degeneration -- Treatment of Axial Neck Pain -- Cervical Radiculopathy -- Cervical Myelopathy -- Posttraumatic Arthritis of the Cervical Spine : Operative and Nonoperative Management -- Posttraumatic Deformities of the Cervical Spine : Operative Management -- Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Cervical Spine -- Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Cervical Spine -- Surgical Management of Thoracic Stenosis with Myelopathy -- Video-Assisted Thoracoscopy for the Treatment of Thoracic Degenerative Disorders -- Microdiscectomy for the Treatment of the Herniated Lumbar Disc -- Far Lateral Lumbar Disc Herniations -- Lumbar Laminectomy for the Treatment of Spinal Stenosis -- Indications for Fusion for Degenerative Disorders of the Lumbar Spine -- Instrumentation of the Lumbar Spine for Degenerative Disorders -- Posterior Approach for the Treatment of Lumbar Degenerative Disorders : Axial Back Pain -- Anterior Approach for the Treatment of Lumbar Degenerative Disorders : Axial Back Pain -- Anteroposterior Approach for the Treatment of Lumbar Degenerative Disorders : Axial Back Pain -- Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion for Degenerative Disorders of the Spine -- Extreme Lateral Approach for Degenerative Disorders of the Spine -- Management of Postoperative Lumbar Wound Infections -- How to Choose the Surgical Approach for the Treatment of De Novo Scoliosis -- Posterior Laminectomy without Fusion for the Treatment of De Novo Scoliosis -- Fusion in Adult Scoliosis -- Sacropelvic Instrumentation for Disorders of the Thoracolumbar Spine -- Osteotomies for Degenerative Disorders of the Thoracolumbar Spine -- Spinal Deformities in Ankylosing Spondylitis : Surgical Management -- Instrumentation in the Osteoporotic Spine -- Nonunion of the Cervical Spine : Anterior and Posterior Treatment -- Junctional Degeneration of the Cervical Spine -- Postlaminectomy Kyphosis : Anterior, Posterior, and Combined Approaches -- Failure of Cervical Spine Instrumentation -- Adjacent-Level Degeneration of the Lumbar Spine after Lumbar Fusion -- Failure of Lumbar Spine Instrumentation -- Evaluation and Management of Postoperative Wound Infections of the Anterior and Posterior Spine -- Management of Cerebrospinal Fluid Leaks in the Lumbar Spine -- Vertebroplasty for the Treatment of Vertebral Body Fractures -- Kyphoplasty for the Treatment of Vertebral Body Fractures -- Posterior Minimally Invasive Decompressive Techniques for the Cervical Spine -- Posterior Minimally Invasive Decompressive Techniques for the Lumbar Spine -- Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniques for Pedicle Screw Placement -- Posterior Minimal Incision Interbody Fusion Techniques for the Lumbar Spine -- Posterior Motion-Sparing Instrumentation and Interspinous Devices for the Treatment of Degenerative Disorders of the Lumbar Spine -- Disc Arthroplasty for the Treatment of Degenerative Disorders of the Lumbar Spine -- Facet Joint Replacement for the Treatment of Degenerative Disorders of the Spine -- Use of Nucleus Replacement for the Treatment of Degenerative Disorders of the Lumbar Spine.
  • 2006From: NEJM
    Setnik, Gary S.; Shaffer, Robert W.; Shen, Sam; Thomsen, Todd W.
    N Engl J Med. 2006-05-11; 354(19):e19[video]
  • 2014From: ClinicalKey
    [edited by] George W. Holcomb III, J. Patrick Murphy and Daniel J. Ostlie.
    Acclaimed for its unsurpassed readability and manageable scope, Ashcraft's Pediatric Surgery presents authoritative, practical guidance on treating the entire range of general surgical and urological problems in infants, children, and adolescents. State-of-the-art, expert coverage equips you to implement all the latest approaches and achieve optimal outcomes for all of your patients. Make the most effective use of today's best open and minimally invasive techniques, including single-site umbilical laparoscopic surgery, with guidance from internationally recognized experts in the field. Focus on evidence-based treatments and outcomes to apply today's best practices.
  • Palaniappan, Latha.
  • 2016From: ClinicalKey
    William Pai-Dei Chen.
    Machine generated contents note: 1.What Is an Upper Lid Crease? -- 2.Historical Considerations -- 3.Comparative Anatomy of the Eyelids -- 4.The Eyelid Crease: Goals and Benchmarks -- 5.Consultation and Counseling -- 6.Suture Ligation Methods -- 7.External Incision Methods -- 8.Asian Blepharoplasty I: The First Vector -- 9.Asian Blepharoplasty II: The Second Vector -- 10.Asian Blepharoplasty III: Factors that Influence Outcome -- 11.Concept of Triangular, Trapezoidal and Rectangular Debulkting -- Application in Upper Blepharoplasty -- 12.Optimal Closure and Management of Wound Healing -- 13.Primary Asian Blepharoplasty Results (Before and After) -- 14.Suboptimal Factors -- 15.Revision Parameters -- 16.Revisions in Suboptimal Cases -- 17.Advanced Concept of a Glide Zone as It Relates to Upper Lid Crease, Lid Fold and Application in Asian Blepharoplasty -- 18.Advanced: Beveled Approach and Mid-Lamellar Clearance in Revisional Asian Blepharoplasty -- 19.Advanced: Angle of Observation, Crease Height and Its Effects on Clinical Outcome of Upper Blepharoplasty -- 20.Advanced: The Concept of Tarsal Tilt -- Its Effects in Normal and Abnormal Clinical Conditions -- 21.Advanced: Effect of High Anchoring of the Crease, Faden-like Effect and Use of Buried Sutures -- 22.Advanced: Summary of Eyelid Crease Factors -- 23.Advanced Concept of the Eyelid Crease as a Stringed Series of Unipoints -- 24.Asian Eyelid Surgery: My Thoughts / Khoo Boo-Chai -- 25.Treatment of Medial Upper Lid Fold and the Fog Surrounding Epicanthoplasty -- 26.Novel Technique, Challenges and Outlook for the Future in Aesthetic Surgery of the Asian Eyelid.
  • Teo, Neville.
  • 2015SUNet ID login required
    Relman, David A.

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