Books

  • Digital
    by Dániel Margócsy, Mark Somos, Stephen N. Joffe.
    Summary: This book provides bibliographic information, ownership records, a detailed worldwide census and a description of the handwritten annotations for all the surviving copies of the 1543 and 1555 editions of Vesalius' 'De humani corporis fabrica'. It also offers a groundbreaking historical analysis of how the Fabrica traveled across the globe, and how readers studied, annotated and critiqued its contents from 1543 to 2017. This book sheds a fresh light on the book's vibrant reception history and documents how physicians, artists, theologians and collectors filled its pages with copious annotations. It also offers a novel interpretation of how an early anatomical textbook became one of the most coveted rare books for collectors in the 21st century.

    Contents:
    A valuable book
    Provenance
    Reading and annotating the Fabrica : the sporadic reader
    Censorship : controlling reading.
    Digital Access BRILL 2018
  • Digital
    Maria Siemionow
    Summary: This book creatively communicates the human and professional sides of the journey to the first ever near total face transplant, the response to this milestone in the medical community, and the effect it has had on the individuals involved. It focuses on the evolution of Professor Maria Siemionow as a microsurgeon and the processes by which she sensationally overcame the challenges her team encountered including the successful manipulation of the immune system to avoid rejection of the face tissue by the recipient. Face to Face: A Short History of Face Transplantation combines the medical and human elements of the development of face transplant surgery. It is not only targeted at the surgical professional and trainee, but also the general public who wish to read about the journey of how a significant medical advancement was made. It is also great reading to inspire girls of an age where they are thinking about career paths to believe they can do something extraordinary and could persuade some to pursue a career in an STEM subject.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1: Inching Ahead
    Chapter 2: Anatomy Lessons
    Chapter 3: Wanderings
    Chapter 4: Of Scalpels and Family
    Chapter 5: Becoming a Microsurgeon
    Chapter 6: The Face Is Different from the Heart
    Chapter 7: Louisville Fellows
    Chapter 8: Transplants
    Chapter 9: Ethical Considerations
    Chapter 10: The Candidate
    Chapter 11: The Time Comes
    Chapter 12: Ten Years Pass
    Addendum
    Appendix.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Juan P. Barret, Veronica Tomasello.
    Summary: This book brings together all the relevant available science behind face transplants. It is comprehensive in its coverage, encompassing patient and donor evaluation, ethics, legal issues, psychological issues, types of transplant, surgical technique, issues relating to immunosuppression, follow-up protocols, and current outcomes. Facial transplantation, which allows the replacement of missing anatomy with a perfect match based on transplant medicine principles, has become the most striking innovation in plastic surgery of the twenty-first century as surgeons and scientists progress from reconstructive surgery to restorative surgery. A robust team approach is, however, necessary to produce safe and efficient outcomes, and numerous questions are arising, from technical issues to ethical dilemmas. The reader will discover in this volume all the information required in order to understand this new discipline and to be able to set up a program of facial transplantation.

    Contents:
    Introduction and Background
    History of the Face Transplantation
    Composite Tissue Allotransplantation (CTA)
    Indications of Facial Transplantation
    Evaluation of the Candidate for Facial Transplantation
    Evaluation of Donors
    Legal, Ethical and Psychological Issues in Facial Transplantation
    Face as an Organ: Functional Anatomy
    Types of Face Transplants
    Requirements for a Multidisciplinary Team
    Surgical Technique of Facial Transplantation
    Immunological Issues and Immunomodulation
    An Overview of the World`s Global Experience.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Rod J. Rohrich, MD, FACS, Founding Professor and Chair, Department of Plastic Surgery, Distinguished Teaching Professor, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Founding Partner, Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, Dallas, Texas, James M. Stuzin, MD, Plastic Surgeon, Institute of Aesthetic Medicine, Chair, Baker-Gordon Cosmetic Surgery meeting, Professor of Plastic Surgery (Voluntary), University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida, Erez Dayan, MD, Harvard trained Plastic Surgeon, Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute, Dallas, Texas, E. Victor Ross, MD, Director, Scripps Clinic Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology Center, Scripps Clinic Carmel Valley, San Diego, California ; illustrations by Amanda Tomasikiewicz, CMI.
    Summary: "The goal of this book is three-fold: - Optimal knowledge of facial anatomy is germane to obtaining the best results and safe outcomes in facial aesthetic surgery. This is especially the case with the intricate anatomy of the facial nerve in facelift surgery as discussed by Dr. James Stuzin. - Refine and define your knowledge on the vascular anatomy of the face to stay safe when performing facial fillers to prevent dreaded complications including blindness and skin loss, as discussed by Dr. Rod Rohrich. - Define the limitations and safety areas for the use of laser and minimally invasive technology from laser to Radiofrequency to ultrasound technology to optimize results and maximize safety in the face and neck areas as discussed by Dr. Erez Dayan and Dr. Vic Ross"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Digital
    [edited by] William H. Slattery III, MD, Babk Azizzadeh, MD, FACS.
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  • Digital
    edited by Orlando Guntinas-Lichius, MD, Professor and Chairman, Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Facial Nerve Center, Jena University Hospital, Jena, Germany, Barry M. Schaitkin, MD, Professor, Facial Nerve Center, Department of Otolaryngology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
  • Digital
    Ricki Nusser-Müller-Busch, Karin Gampp Lehmann, editors.
    Summary: The book offers a comprehensive approach to the assessment and treatment of disturbances in facial expression, oral movement, swallowing, breathing, voice and speech production caused by developmental and acquired neurological conditions. The principles outlined are used in patients with different etiologies (e.g. stroke, tumors, traumas). F.O.T. T., developed by Kay Coombes, is a hands-on approach based on an understanding of neurological functions and the way we learn from experience. The approach aims to give the patient experience of physiological posture and movement using facial-oral functions in normal activities of daily living (ADL). Rather than mere "exercises", F.O.T.T involves meaningful activities aiming to promote participation, according to ICF criteria. Four main areas are covered: nutrition, oral hygiene, nonverbal communication and speech. Each chapter summarises the problems of severely ill patients and shows the clinical reasoning behind the solutions offered. Separate chapters discuss tracheostomy management and the training of the carers involved, including relatives. The chapter authors are experienced specialists (physio-, occupational- and speech-language therapists and physicians), whose contributions aim to provide interdisciplinary perspectives and translate latest research into clinical practice.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1 The F.O.T.T. Approach: Functional - Complex - Relevant to Daily Living
    Chapter 2 F.O.T.T. Consensus Recommendations
    Chapter 3 F.O.T.T.: Motor Control and Motor Learning
    Chapter 4 Posture and Function: What Helps Us Swallow
    Chapter 5 Eating and Drinking - Involves More Than Swallowing
    Chapter 6 Oral Hygiene: An Interprofessional Concern
    Chapter 7 Treating the Entire Face as a Functional Entity: More than Practicing Facial Muscles
    Chapter 8 Breathing and Voice: Speaking Again
    Chapter 9 Tracheostomy Tubes: A Blessing and A Curse
    Chapter 10 The F.O.T.T. Approach to Tracheostomy Tube Management (TTM): Return to Physiology
    Chapter 11 F.O.T.T. Assessment: An Ongoing Process
    Chapter 12 The F.O.T.T. Algorithm: A Clinical Decision Making Tool
    Chapter 13 F.O.T.T. in Paediatrics: Swallowing, Eating and Drinking
    With Confidence!.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Chieh-Han John Tzou, Andrés Rodríguez-Lorenzo, editors.
    Summary: This book offers a comprehensive overview of the surgical techniques available in reconstruction of the paralyzed face. It is divided into six parts. The first part introduces the topic of facial palsy, and the following parts provide detailed information on facial nerve reconstruction techniques, management of eye closure and smile reanimation. The book highlights symmetrization techniques and synkinesis and presents innovations and new frontiers in facial palsy. Written by an international group of experts who are committed to maintaining high standards and service in treating this condition and improving outcomes, it is a valuable source of information for clinicians and practitioners in plastic and reconstructive surgery, neurosurgeons and oral-and-maxillofacial surgeons, but also useful for researchers in this field.

    Contents:
    Facial Palsy
    Facial Nerve Reconstruction
    Smile Reanimation
    Management of Eye Closure and Ectropion
    Symetrization Techniques and Synkinesis
    Innovations and New Frontiers in Facial Palsy.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    [edited by] Ira D. Papel, John L. Frodel, G. Richard Holt, Wayne F. Larrabee Jr., Nathan E. Nachlas, Stephen S. Park, Jonathan M. Sykes, Dean M. Toriumi.
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  • Digital
    James F. Thornton, Jourdan A. Carboy.
    Contents:
    Special considerations for Mohs patients / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Anesthesia for reconstruction of facial Mohs defects / Jayne Coleman and Javier Marul
    Mohs micrographic surgery / Sean Chen, Divya Srivastava, and Rajiv I. Nijhawan
    Cellular- and tissue-based wound care / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Full-thickness skin grafts / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Split-thickness skin grafting / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Cartilage grafts / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Pedicled flaps / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Local flaps / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Scalp reconstruction / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Forehead reconstruction / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Introduction to nose and simple nasal defects / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Complex nasal defects / James Thornton, Jourdan Carboy, and Nicholas T. Haddock
    Nasal reconstruction based on subunits / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Eyelid reconstruction / Ronald Mancini
    Cheek reconstruction /
    James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Chin reconstruction / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Lip reconstruction / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Ear reconstruction / James Thornton, Jourdan Carboy, and Christopher Derderian
    Intraoperative complications and initial management / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Management of complications in the acute healing stage / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Management of complications in the late healing stage / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Skin graft revisions / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Local flap revisions / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy
    Pedicled flap revisions / James Thornton and Jourdan Carboy.
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  • Digital
    editors, Mack Cheney, Tessa A. Hadlock ; with illustrations by Bob Galla, Tiffany Slaybaugh Davanzo, Sarah J. Taylor.
    Summary: "This landmark work covers the full range of aesthetic and reconstructive techniques in facial plastic surgery. Because of the coupling of aesthetics and function mandated by modern surgical standards, this book is organized by facial zone, rather than separated into aesthetic and reconstructive segments. The first six chapters highlight the basic principles of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, including anatomy, proportions and beauty, visual documentation, and the principles of wound healing, aging, and flap design. Thereafter, sections are organized by facial zone or structure: the scalp and forehead, the eyelids and orbit, the nose, the ear, the bony facial skeleton, and the facial skin and soft tissue. Each section covers the range of aesthetic and reconstructive subjects relevant to the zone or structure in question. A separate section addresses conditions which affect multiple facial zones or tissues. The final section targets emerging trends and new directions in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, designed to keep the reader both abreast of emerging technology, and intrigued and excited about the future possibilities for the specialty"--Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Part I: General Principles
    Surgical Anatomy of the Face;
    Mark Varvares, Caroline A. Banks, Patrick Trev́idic, Mack L. Cheney
    Attractiveness, Proportions, and Ethnic Reflections of Allure;
    Michael Sullivan, Caroline A. Banks, Mack L. Cheney
    Imaging for Facial Surgery;
    Robin W. Lindsay, Peter Liacouras
    Wound Healing and Optimization, Including Skin Grafting, Tissue Expansion, and Soft Tissue Techniques;
    Marc Hale Hohman
    Flap Reconstruction: Local, Regional, and Free Tissue Design Principles;
    Brittany E. Howard, Richard E. Hayden
    Principles of Facial Aging;
    Prabhat K. Bhama, Alyn J. Kim, Peter A. Adamson
    Part II: Facial Surgery by Anatomic Site
    Section I: Scalp and Forehead
    Scalp Reconstruction;
    Kevin S. Emerick, Alice C. Lin
    Hair Restoration and Scalp Surgery;
    Marcelo B. Antunes, Vito C. Quatela
    Brow Lift;
    Marcelo B. Antunes, Vito C. Quatela
    Section II: The Eyelids and Orbit
    Eyelid Malpositions: Entropion and Ectropion;
    Suzanne K. Freitag, Nahyoung Grace Lee
    Eyelid Reconstruction;
    Christine Nelson, Blake Fausett
    Ptosis Repair;
    Cody A. Koch, Ali Mokhtarzadeh, Elizabeth A. Bradley, Wayne F. Larrabee, Jr.
    Orbital Fractures;
    Aaron Fay, Dawn K. DeCastro
    Blepharoplasty;
    Gustavo Miery
    Section III: The Nose
    Acute Nasal Injuries;
    Andrew J. Kleinberger, Jeffrey H. Spiegel, Caroline A. Banks
    Surgery of the Nasal Septum;
    Jaimie DeRosa
    Closed Rhinoplasty;
    Hesham Saleh, Elias Khoury
    Open Rhinoplasty;
    Jaimie DeRosa
    Revision Rhinoplasty;
    Thomas J. Walker, Dean M. Toriumi
    Local Flaps for Nasal Reconstruction;
    Jeffrey Moyer
    Special Problems in Nasal Reconstruction;
    Thomas J. Walker, Dean M. Toriumi
    The Total Rhinectomy Defect;
    Gary C. Burget
    Section IV: The Ear
    Acute Auricular Injuries;
    Mack L. Cheney, Tessa A. Hadlock
    Local Flaps for Auricular Reconstruction;
    Mack L. Cheney, Tessa A. Hadlock
    Microtia Reconstruction;
    Tessa A. Hadlock, Mack L. Cheney, Ralph Magritz
    Otologic Considerations in Microtia and Atresia;
    Alicia M. Quesnel, Michael S. Cohen
    Otoplasty: Surgical Correction of the Prominent Ear;
    Ryan M. Manz, Brian J.F. Wong
    Section V: Bony Facial Skeleton
    Nasoethmoid Complex, Frontal Sinus, and Skull Base Fractures;
    Robert M. Kellman
    Midface Fractures;
    Jason P. Ulm, Michael J. Yaremchuk
    Mandibular Fractures;
    Rachel M. Gilardetti, Yedeh Ying, Maria J. Troulis
    Implants and Skeletal Modifications;
    Vartan A. Mardirossian, Jeffrey H. Spiegel
    Free Tissue for Reconstruction of the Bony Facial Skeleton;
    Saral Mehra, Adam S. Jacobson, Mark L. Urken
    Section VI: Facial Skin and Soft Tissue
    Soft Tissue Injuries of the Face;
    Tessa A. Hadlock, Mack L. Cheney
    Scar Revision;
    Callum Faris, Hade ́Vuyk
    Local Flaps for Facial Reconstruction, Including Cheek and Lip Defects;
    Jon-Paul Pepper, Jennifer Kim
    Pedicled Flaps for Facial Reconstruction;
    Marc W. Herr, Kevin S. Emerick
    Free Flaps for Facial Skin and Soft Tissue Reconstruction;
    Marc W. Herr, Daniel Deschler
    Benign and Malignant Cutaneous Neoplasms;
    Jessica L. Fewkes
    Melanoma of the Head and Neck;
    Audrey Baker Erman, Kevin S. Emerick
    Rhytidectomy;
    Garrett Griffin,
    Babak Azzizadeh
    Skin Resurfacing: Laser, Chemical Peels, and Mechanical Dermabrasion;
    Lori A. Brightman, Kavitha K. Reddy, Caitlyn D. Clark, Oon Tian Tan
    Volume Replacement and Chemodenervation in the Aging Face;
    Roxana Cobo
    Part III: Conditions Affecting Multiple Facial Zones or Tissues
    Impaired Facial Movement: Paralysis, Synkinesis, and Spasm;
    Tessa A. Hadlock, Mack L. Cheney
    Craniofacial Surgery;
    David C. Kim, Anthony D. Holmes, John G. Meara
    Cleft Lip and Palate Repair
    ; Carolyn R. Rogers,
    John G. Meara
    Secondary Cleft Palate and Velopharyngeal Function;
    Derek J. Rogers, Christopher J. Hartnick
    Congenital Vascular Anomalies of the Head and Neck;
    Milton Waner, Teresa M. O
    Part IV: Emerging Trends and New Directions in Facial Plastic Surgery
    Facial Transplantation;
    Daniel S. Alam, John J. Chi
    Evaluating Patient Outcomes in Facial Plastic Surgery;
    Richard Gliklich, Regan Bergmark, Prabhat K. Bhama
    Tissue Engineering for Facial Plastic Surgery;
    Cathryn A. Sundback, Joseph P. Vacanti
    The Role of Facial Surgery in Global Health and Surgical Education;
    Roy Ahn, Nadia Shaikh, Wendy Williams, Thomas F. Burke; With an Introduction by
    Paul E. Farmer, Mack L. Cheney.
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  • Digital
    [edited by] Amir H. Dorafshar, Eduardo D. Rodriguez, Paul N. Manson.
    Summary: "Facial Trauma Surgery: From Primary Repair to Reconstruction is the first comprehensive textbook of its kind on treating primary facial trauma and delayed reconstruction of both the soft tissues and craniofacial bony skeleton. This unique volume is a practical, complete reference for clinical presentation, fracture pattern, classification, and management of patients with traumatic facial injury, helping you provide the best possible outcomes for patients’ successful reintegration into work and society"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Section 1: Primary injury. Assessment of the patient with traumatic facial injury
    Radiological evaluation of the craniofacial skeleton
    Intraoperative imaging and postoperative quality control
    Primary repair soft tissue injury & soft tissue defects
    Traumatic facial nerve injury
    Diagnosis and multi-modality management of skull base fractures and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaks
    Frontal bone and frontal sinus
    Endoscopic approaches to frontal and maxillary sinus fractures
    Orbital fractures
    Nasal fractures
    Noe fractures
    Orbital zygomaticomaxillary complex fractures
    Le fort fractures
    Mandible fractures
    Fractures of the condylar process of the mandible
    Complications of mandibular fractures
    Temporal bone
    Dental injury; dento-alveolar and segmental fractures of the mandible and maxilla
    Management of panfacial fractures
    Characteristics of ballistic and blast injuries
    Geriatric and edentulous maxillary and mandibular fractures
    Section 2: Pediatric facial injury. Pediatric skull fractures
    Superior pediatric orbital and frontal skull fractures
    Pediatric orbital fractures
    Pediatric midface fractures
    Pediatric mandible fractures
    Section 3: Secondary reconstruction and restoration
    Reconstruction of full thickness fronto-cranial defects
    Pediatric cranial reconstruction
    Secondary reconstruction of facial soft tissue injury and defects
    Ocular considerations: blink, ectropion, entropion, ocular lubrication, DCR
    Secondary nasoethmoid fracture repair
    Post-traumatic nasal deformities
    Secondary orbital reconstruction
    Secondary midfacial reconstruction
    Secondary osteotomies of the maxilla and mandible, and management of occlusion
    Secondary traumatic TMJ reconstruction
    Maxillofacial prosthodontics
    Custom craniofacial implants
    Secondary microvascular reconstruction of the traumatic facial injury
    Virtual surgical planning
    Post-traumatic facial pain
    Secondary nerve reconstruction
    Facial transplantation.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
  • Digital
    [edited by] Jerome Paul Lamb, MD, FACS, Plastic Surgeon Diplomate, American Board of Plastic Surgery, Inc., Centerpoint Medical Center, Truman Medical Center, Independence, Missouri, United States, Christopher Chase Surek, MD, Chief Resident, Department of Plastic Surgery, University of Kansas Medical Center, Overland Park, Kansas, United States.
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  • Digital
    Kyle K. Seo.
    Summary: This book is a comprehensive guide to the use of injectable fillers for facial volumization. Traditionally, fillers have been used for anti-aging purposes such as for wrinkle treatments, but they are increasingly being applied in various ways to achieve beautification such as the augmentation of the nose, chin and lips, leveraging the volumizing effect of fillers. This trend is especially evident in Asian countries but can be expected to flourish elsewhere in the future. The book opens by explaining the specifics of pretreatment assessment and relevant aspects of the basic science of fillers. It then provides a detailed description of the anatomy, injection depth and injection amount relevant to each regional indication, easy to follow for even a novice injector, based on a rich assortment of anatomical illustrations, ultrasound imaging and cadaveric photos provided to assist their understanding. And guidance is also provided on combination treatments in conjunction with botulinum toxin, thread lifting, fat-dissolving injection, etc. Potential complications and countermeasures specific to volumization with fillers are identified. The book features a wealth of illustrations showing the relevant anatomy and before and after appearances, as well as video clips for each indication. Written by a specialist with extensive experience, it provides safe and effective guidance for both beginners and advanced practitioners.

    Contents:
    Pretreatment Assessment
    Volumizing Fillers
    Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Filler Injection Procedure
    Regional particulars
    Complications.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    by Patricia McCarthy Veach, Bonnie S. LeRoy, Nancy P. Callanan.
    Contents:
    Guidelines for Book Users: Instructors, Supervisors, and Students
    Overview of Genetic Counseling: History of the Profession and the Reciprocal Model of Practice
    Listening to Patients: Attending Skills
    Listening to Patients: Primary Empathy Skills
    Gathering Information: Asking Questions
    Structuring Genetic Counseling Sessions: Initiating, Contracting, Ending, and Referral
    Collaborating with Patients: Providing Information and Facilitating Patient Decision Making
    Responding to Patient Cues: Advanced Empathy and Confrontation Skills
    Patient Factors: Resistance, Coping, Affect, and Styles
    Providing Guidance: Advice and Influencing Skills
    Counselor Self-Reference: Self-Disclosure and Self-Involving Skills
    Genetic Counseling Dynamics: Transference, Countertransference, Distress, Burnout, and Compassion Fatigue
    Professionalism: Ethically-Based Reflective Practice
    Appendix A: ACGC (2015) Practice-Based Competencies
    Appendix B: NSGC Code of Ethics (2017).
  • Digital
    edited by Martin D. Cheatle, Perry G. Fine.
    Contents:
    Facilitating treatment adherence in pain medicine : adherence--the great confounder! / Martin D. Cheatle and Perry G. Fine
    Treatment adherence in chronic pain : predictors, models, and a role for psychological flexibility / Anthony M. Harrison, Christopher Graham, and Lance M. McCracken
    Adherence In pharmacotherapy : maximizing benefit and minimizing risk / Marc O. Martel and Robert N. Jamison
    The use of drug testing in promoting treatment adherence in pain medicine / Howard A. Heit and Douglas L. Gourlay
    Adherence to weight loss and physical activity / E. Amy Janke and David E. Goodrich
    Biopsychosocial approach to improving treatment adherence in chronic pain / Martin D. Cheatle and Lara Dhingra
    Adherence in pain medicine : ethical considerations / Michael E. Schatman and Oscar J. Benitez.
    Digital Access Oxford 2017
  • Digital
    Wilson, Helen W.; Khan, Christina T.
    Summary: Emotional distress, difficulty concentrating and focusing on academic work, mood changes, excessive substance use, self-harming behaviors--when it comes to campus sexual assault and intimate partner violence, the consequences are numerous and serious. This new volume leverages the wisdom of psychiatry, college mental health, and higher education to develop a holistic approach to addressing sexual and relationship violence on campuses.

    Contents:
    It's Never Too Early, It's Never Too Late : Fostering Sexual Citizenship in Humans of All Ages / Helen W. Wilson
    Prevention in Primary Education : Effective School lBased Interventions for Middle and High School
    Students / Samantha Ludin, Katrina Debnam
    Prevention at the University Level : Effective Interventions for College and Graduate Students / Carley Flanery
    Navigating Through Institutional Responses Following Sexual Violence / Lauren Knudsen Schoenthaler
    Trauma-Informed Campus Care / Melissa Murphy-Pucillo, Grace Poon Ghaffar, Helen W. Wilson
    State of the Evidence for Treatment of Survivors of Campus Sexual Assault / Stacy L. Lin
    Unique Considerations for Graduate Students / Amy Alexander, Angie Hawkins, Vanika Chawla
    Effective Interventions for Perpetrators / Raina V. Lamade, Jackson Tay Bosley, Courtney Dwyer
    Queer Communities and Patriarchal Violence : Healing Through Interpersonal, Cultural, and Systemic Work / Marissa Floro, Stephanie N. Wong
    Trans and Gender-Expansive Students' Experience : Rethinking Gender-Based Violence / Elliot Ruggles, Deb Schneider
    Centering the Cultural Wealth of Survivors of Color in Healing and Support / Grace Poon Ghaffar, Tolulope A. Taiwo, Allison L. Thompson
    Culturally Specific Approaches to Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention and Response / Pierre R. Berastain, Rose Poyau.
  • Print
    Jim deMaine.
    Summary: Is it possible to have a good death, free from unnecessary pain and trauma? What if our final days were designed to bring about reconciliation and release? In this wise and large-hearted book, Dr. Jim deMaine offers advice pointing the way toward a grace-filled transition out of life. Facing Death is both a memoir-in-vignettes and a handbook full of practical advice from Dr. deMaine's forty years in busy hospitals and ICUs. Using stories from his own life and practice, the veteran physician walks readers through ethical questions around "heroic" interventions: Do we fully understand what we're asking when we tell doctors to "do everything" to prolong life, even in cases when a patient has no chance of regaining consciousness? If we write advance directives outlining the kinds of care we would, or would not want, how can we ensure that they will be followed? As a pulmonary and critical care specialist, Dr. deMaine developed deep experience navigating such quandaries with patients and their families. In Facing Death he also treads into territory many physicians avoid, such as the role of spirituality; conflicts between doctors and families; cultural traditions that can aid or impede the goal of a peaceful transition, and ways to leave a moral legacy for our descendants.
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  • Digital/Print
    Summary: Includes information on number of office visits, diagnostic procedures, economic status, and liability insurance of family practitioners.
    Digital Access 1987-
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    Felix H. Savoie III, Emilio Calvo, Augustus D. Mazzocca, editors.
    Summary: Rotator cuff surgery is currently the most common surgical procedure involving the shoulder. Unfortunately despite major technical advances, there is still a significant rate of failure of primary rotator cuff repair, ranging from 10% to 40%. This book describes the diagnosis, classification, assessment, and management of failed rotator cuff repairs. It also explores the etiology of the failed repairs, presents a series of treatment options, and discusses the complications. In a multidisciplinary format it addresses both how to prevent failure and how to diagnose and manage the failed rotator cuff, including imaging, laboratory testing, nutrition, surgery and rehabilitation. This comprehensive book, published in collaboration with ISAKOS, appeals to all stakeholders in orthopedic medicine and surgery.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Contents
    Part I: Basic Science
    1: The Failed Rotator Cuff: Diagnosis and Management-Rotator Cuff Anatomy/Blood Supply
    1.1 Supraspinatus Muscle
    1.1.1 Structure and Humeral Insertions
    1.1.2 Innervation
    1.1.3 Blood Supply
    1.1.4 Variations
    1.2 Subscapularis Muscle
    1.2.1 Structure and Humeral Insertions
    1.2.2 Innervation
    1.2.3 Blood Supply
    1.2.4 Variations
    1.3 Infraspinatus
    1.3.1 Structure and Humeral Insertions
    1.3.2 Innervation
    1.3.3 Blood Supply
    1.3.4 Variations
    1.4 Teres Minor Muscle 1.4.1 Structure and Humeral Insertions
    1.4.2 Innervation
    1.4.3 Blood Supply
    1.4.4 Variations
    1.5 Conclusion
    References
    2: Failed Rotator Cuff Repairs: Building an International Perspective
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 Definitions in the Literature
    2.3 Subjective Failure
    2.3.1 The Literature Reports Several Subjective Aspects of RCR Failure
    2.3.1.1 Worsening of Preoperative Clinical Status
    2.3.1.2 Patients Can Consider Persistent Pain as Failure
    2.3.1.3 Postoperative Stiffness
    2.3.1.4 Loss of Strength
    2.3.1.5 Pseudoparalysis 2.3.1.6 Inability to Return to Work
    2.4 Objective Failure
    2.4.1 Table of Failure Criteria
    2.5 Conclusion
    References
    3: Biomechanical Consequences of Rotator Cuff Tears on the Glenohumeral Joint
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Biomechanics of the Intact Glenohumeral Joint
    3.2.1 The Concept of Concavity Compression
    3.2.2 Muscular Force Couples and the Concept of the Suspension Bridge Model
    3.3 Biomechanical Consequences of Rotator Cuff Tears
    3.4 Conclusion
    References
    4: The Failed Rotator Cuff: Diagnosis and Management-New Concepts in Biology of Repair 4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Biologic Adjuvants for Repair Augmentation
    4.2.1 Platelet-Rich Plasma
    4.2.1.1 Basic Science Evidence
    4.2.1.2 Clinical Outcomes
    4.3 Cell-Based Therapies
    4.4 Concentrated Bone Marrow Aspirate (BMAC)
    4.4.1 Basic Science Evidence
    4.4.2 Clinical Outcomes
    4.5 Subacromial Bursa-Derived Cells (SBDCs): The Future?
    4.5.1 Basic Science Evidence
    4.5.2 Clinical Experience and Future
    4.6 Further Considerations
    4.7 Summary
    References
    5: Reasons for Structural Failure of Rotator Cuff Repair
    References 6: Imaging of Failed Rotator Cuff Tears
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Imaging Modalities
    6.2.1 Radiography
    6.2.2 Ultrasonography (US)
    6.2.3 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
    6.2.4 Magnetic Resonance Arthrography (MRA)
    6.2.5 Computed Tomography (CT)
    6.3 Expected Findings
    6.3.1 Artefacts
    6.3.2 Osseous Findings
    6.3.3 Soft Tissue Findings
    6.4 Pathologic Findings
    6.4.1 Recurrent Tear
    6.4.2 Displacement of Suture Anchors
    6.4.3 Infection
    6.4.4 Iatrogenic Injuries
    6.4.5 Diagnostic Errors
    References
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    Kyriakos Anastasiadis, Stephen Westaby, Polychronis Antonitsis, editors.
    Summary: This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions affecting the structure and function of the right heart, comprising the right atrium, right ventricle, tricuspid valve, and pulmonary circulation. The right ventricle works against a reduced afterload as compared to the left ventricle, and the clinical picture of heart failure is generally dominated by the symptoms of left heart failure and hence initially neglected until they evolve into overt right heart failure with splanchnic congestion. When picked up at the very late stage, medical management and mechanical support of right heart failure are considered ineffective, and heart transplantation offers the only treatment option. The Failing Right Heart will be an essential reference for cardiac surgeons, cardiologists, cardiac anesthesiologists and cardiac intensivists on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with congenital or acquired right heart disease. The book deals with anatomy and physiology of the right heart, the etiology and the role of imaging of right heart failure, as well as the treatment options, from pharmacological regimes to surgery. Algorithms and flow diagrams are included to provide the reader with illustrated snapshots of the decisions involved in the management of these patients.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Anatomy of the failing right heart
    Physiology of the failing right heart
    Pharmacologic approach to the failing right heart
    Echocardiographic evaluation of right heart failure
    Right heart catheterization for the failing right heart
    Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the failing right heart
    The failing right heart in congenital diseases
    Surgery of the tricuspid valve in right heart failure
    Pulmonary embolism and right heart failure
    Anaesthetic consideration and perioperative management in right heart failure
    Mechanical support and the right heart
    Special considerations.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Joyce Vachani, editor.
    Summary: Failure to Thrive (FTT) is a multifactorial illness requiring the systematic application of evidence in conjunction with a multidisciplinary team-based approach. Evidence suggests most cases of FTT can be diagnosed using key elements of the patient history and physical examination including appropriate growth assessment, and that laboratory testing is usually unhelpful in determining an etiology. Despite this, there is wide variation in the definition, evaluation, treatment, costs, and outcomes of FTT patients, with subsequent burdens on the healthcare system. A suggested approach to the differential diagnosis and management of FTT is to review calories inadequate caloric intake, excessive calorie losses, and/or increased caloric intake (i.e. increased metabolic demand) while acknowledging the available resources along the continuum of patient care. Implementing evidence-based practice for FTT provides improvement opportunities for providers and potentially has significant impact on the healthcare system. This book is designed to present a practical and concise handbook on the diagnosis and management of failure to thrive (FTT)/ malnutrition for quick reference by trainees and practitioners by using case examples and available evidence in the current literature. This book is divided into 7 chapters in a logical progression of defining, diagnosing, and managing FTT with cases in each chapter to further illustrate evidence-based care.

    Contents:
    Definition
    Differential Diagnosis of Failure to Thrive
    Growth Assessment and Its Significance
    Management Approach: Enteral Nutrition
    Management Approach: The Continuum of Care
    Failure to Thrive and Population Health: The Impact of Disparities and Social Determinants
    Improvement Opportunities for Practitioners: Developing a Clinical Pathway.
    Digital Access Springer 2023
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    P. Ann Solari-Twadell, Deborah Jean Ziebarth, editors.
    Summary: A multi-authored book, with editors and authors who are leaders in Faith Community Nursing (FCN) that aims to address contemporary issues in faith-based, whole person, community based health offering cost effective, accessible, patient centered care along the patient continuum while challenging contemporary health policy to include more health promotion services. Twenty-five chapters take the reader from a foundational understanding of this historic grass-roots movement to the present day international specialty nursing practice. The book is structured into five sections that describe both the historical advancement of the Faith Community Nursing, its current implications and future challenges, taking into account the perspectives of the pastor, congregation, nurse, health care system and public health national and international organizations. The benefits of this book are that it is intended for a mixed audience including lay, academic, medical professionals or health care executives. By changing the mindset of the reader to see the nurse as more than providing illness care, the faith community as more than a place one goes to on Sunday and health as more than physical, creative alternatives for promoting health emerge through Faith Community Nursing.

    Contents:
    Intro; Foreword; Case in Point; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Part I: Changing the Understanding of Health: Foundational Implications for Faith Community Nursing;
    1: Faith Community Nursing: A Professional Specialty Nursing Practice; 1.1 Faith Community as a Profession; 1.2 Characteristics of a Profession; 1.3 Specialization in Nursing; 1.4 Faith Community Nursing as a Specialty Practice; 1.5 Looking at Health; 1.6 Specialty Knowledge and Specialty Practice; 1.7 Research in Faith Community Nursing Practice Using NIC; 1.8 Conclusion; Appendix; Exercise 1; Personal Values Identifying What Is Important; Exercise 2; What Is Health????; Exercise 3; Personal Values Related to Health: Identifying What Is Important; Exercise 4; Assessing My Motivation for Change; References;
    2: Faith Community Nursing: As Health Ministry; 2.1 Faith Community as the Center of Spiritual and Moral Development; 2.2 Integrator of Faith and Health; 2.3 Personal Health Advisor; 2.4 Health Educator; 2.5 Trainer of Volunteers; 2.6 Developer of Support Groups; 2.7 Referral Agent and Liaison with Faith Community and Community Resources; 2.8 Health Advocate; 2.9 Strategies for Initiating the Practice of Faith Community Nursing2.10 Visibility and Communication; 2.11 Health Cabinet or Wellness Committee; 2.12 Staff Member; 2.13 Self-Care; 2.14 Conclusion; References;
    3: Faith Community Nursing: A Wholistic and Holistic Nursing Practice; 3.1 Wholistic or Holistic?; 3.2 Origins; 3.3 Underpinnings: Wholistic; 3.4 Delivery of Care: Wholistic; 3.5 Recent Exploration of Wholistic Health Care; 3.6 Underpinnings: Holistic; 3.7 Core Values; 3.7.1 Core Value One: Holistic Philosophy, Theory, and Ethics 3.7.2 Core Value Two: Holistic Caring Process3.7.3 Core Value Three: Holistic Communication, Therapeutic Healing Environment, and Cultural Diversity; 3.7.4 Core Value Four: Holistic Education and Research; 3.7.5 Core Value Five: Holistic Nurse Self-Reflection and Self-Care; 3.8 Delivery of Care: Holistic Nursing; 3.9 Synopsis (Table 3.1 in Appendix); 3.10 Significant Works; 3.11 Specialty Nursing Organization; 3.12 Certification, Scope of Nursing Practice, Ongoing Education, and Research; 3.13 Medical Subject Heading: MeSh Term; 3.14 Implications and Conclusion; Appendix
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Manuel Montero-Odasso, Richard Camicioli, editors.
    Summary: This book provides practical tools for fall prevention in cognitively impaired older adults. The text presents a comprehensive and state-of-the-art update that covers the pathophysiology, epidemiology, and clinical presentation of the event, which affects up to 60 percent of aging patients with cognitive impairment. Written by transdisciplinary experts in experts in geriatric medicine, rehabilitation, neurology, and physiotherapy, the text presents practical, evidence-based guidelines for the assessment, approach, and treatment of these patients and includes illustrations and resources for quick reference. Falls and Cognition in Older Persons is a unique contribution to the literature serving geriatricians, family medicine physicians, emergency medicine physicians, neurologists, rehabilitation and physiotherapy specialists, geriatric nurses, and those interested in public health.

    Contents:
    Falls as a manifestation of brain Failure (Gait and Cognition)
    Dysmobility in aging and the role of cognition
    Epidemiology and Falls risk factors in cognitively impaired older adults
    Depression, Fear of falling, cognition and falls
    Consequences of falls in cognitively impaired people
    Dual-task gait, cognition and Falls
    Gait variability and Falls
    Assistive devices, falls, and cognitive aspects
    Imaging in "gait and cognition syndrome" and falls
    PD and Lewy Body Disease
    MCI: MMO and SMH
    AD and other dementias
    Approaches' in Hospitals and Nursing home settings
    Current gaps in Guidelines and Recommendations
    Physical exercises in cognitively vulnerable older adults and falls
    Cognitive training and falls reduction risk
    Vitamin D, falls and cognition
    Virtual Reality
    Cognitive enhancers
    Dual-task gait training
    Non-invasive brain stimulation
    Falls in cognitively impaired population: evidence, assumptions, and prospect research needed.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Marco Gattorno, editor.
    Summary: This book, written by very well known opinion leaders in the field, covers all aspects of familial Mediterranean fever, the most common monogenic autoinflammatory disease. The opening chapters explain the genetic basis of the disease and provide insights into the pathogenesis derived from recent experimental studies. A large part of the book is then devoted to a detailed description of the typical and atypical clinical presentations, the disease course, and potential complications in both pediatric and adult patients. Guidance is provided on the measurement of disease severity and the management of patients in daily practice. The advice regarding treatment is based on the best currently available evidence and attention is also paid to important emerging treatments. The book is part of Springer's series Rare Diseases of the Immune System, which presents recently acquired knowledge on pathogenesis, diagnosis, and therapy with the aim of promoting a more holistic approach to these conditions. Monogenic autoinflammatory diseases are hereditary disorders that are caused by single-gene defects in innate immune regulatory pathways and are characterized by a clinical and biological inflammatory syndrome in which there is limited, if any, evidence of autoimmunity. Familial Mediterranean fever itself is due to a mutation in the MEFV gene, which codes for the protein pyrin; it is characterized by periodic fever and episodes of painful inflammation in the abdomen, chest, and joints. Familial Mediterranean Fever will be an invaluable source of up-to-date information for all practitioners involved in the care of patients with the disease.

    Contents:
    Preface
    1 Genetics.- 2 Pathogenesis.- 3 Clinical Picture in Childhood
    4 Clinical Picture in Adulthood and Unusual Clinical Features.- 5 FMF in Western Countries.- 6 Long Term Complications in FMF
    7 Recent advances in quantitative assessment of FMF
    8 How to Manage FMF Patients in Daily Practice
    9 New Emerging Treatments.- Subject Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Giora Netzer, editor.
    Summary: This text is one of the first comprehensive resources on understanding and working with families in the intensive care unit. The text provides a conceptual overview of the Family ICU Syndrome, a constellation of physical morbidity, psychopathology, cognitive deficits, and conflict. Outlining its mechanisms, the book presents a guide to combating the syndrome with an interdisciplinary team. The text represents the full array of the interdisciplinary team by also spotlighting administrative considerations for health care management and approaches to training different members of the health care team. Family voices are featured prominently in the text as well. The book also addresses the complete trajectory of needs of care, including survivorship and end-of-life care. Written by experts in the field, Families in the Intensive Care Unit: A Guide to Understanding, Engaging and Supporting at the Bedside is a state-of-the-art reference for all clinicians who work with families in the ICU.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1 An Introduction and Overview of Why Families Matter in the Intensive Care UnitGiora NetzerChapter 2 Family Voices from the Intensive Care UnitEileen Rubin, Sal ColianniChapter 3 Cognitive Barriers to Effective Surrogate Decision MakingJoanna L. Hart, Scott D. HalpernChapter 4 Emotional Processing/Psychological Morbidity in the ICURamona O. HopkinsChapter 5 Family Psychological Morbidity after the Intensive Care UnitKristina Stepanovic, Julie Van, James C. JacksonChapter 6 Sleep and Sleep Deprivation Among Families in the ICUStuti J. Jaiswal, Robert L. OwensChapter 7 Taking the Lead: Changing the Experience of Family ICUSyndrome by Changing the Organization of CareDonald L. ZimmermanChapter 8 Unique Challenges for Family Members of Patients with Acute and Chronic Critical Illness
    The Older CaregiverNicole Roeder, Margaret A. PisaniChapter 9 Family Support and ICU Survivorship: Lessons Learned from the Pediatric Critical Care ExperienceBree Andrews, Nilu Rahman, Neethi PintoChapter 10 Life After the ICU: Post-Intensive Care Syndrome in Family MembersJason H. Maley, Julie Rogan, Mark E. MikkelsenChapter 11 Humanizing Intensive Care: Questions, Balance, and Tragic TradeoffsSamuel M. Brown, Michael E. Wilson, Chris Benda, Negin Hajizadeh, Ramona O. HopkinsChapter 12 Intensive Care Unit Conflicts and the FamilyO. Joseph BienvenuChapter 13 Identifying, Analyzing, & Combating Family Intensive Care Unit Syndrome in Long Term Acute Care HospitalsArunmozhi Aravagiri, Waqas Bhatti, Jetina Okereke, Avelino C. VercelesChapter 14 Personalized Interventions to Support Families in the Intensive Care UnitChristopher E. CoxChapter 15 Family-Centered Care Interventions to Minimize Family Intensive Care Unit Syndrome and Post-Intensive Care Syndrome-FamilyJudy Elisa Davidson, Janet Marty Mendis, Truong-Giang Huynh, Samantha Gambles Farr, Suzette Jernigan, Steffanie A. Strathdee, Thomas PattersonChapter 16 Strategies to Facilitate Communication with Families in the ICUAndre Carlos Kajdacsy-Balla AmaralChapter 17 End-of-Life CareJennifer L. McAdamChapter 18 The Integrative Approach to Supporting Families in the ICUDelia ChiaramonteChapter 19 The Role of Ethics Consultation In Enhancing Family-Centered CareHenry J. SilvermanChapter 20 Family Role in Patient Safety in the Intensive Care UnitDoran Bostwick, Sarah J BeesleyChapter 21 Family and Patient Spiritual Narratives in the ICU: Bridging Discourses Through CompassionSimon Lasair, Shane SinclairChapter 22 The Role of the Pharmacist in Family Engagement in the Intensive Care Unit and During Transitions of CareJoanna L. StollingsChapter 23 Respiratory Therapy and Family Engagement in the Intensive Care UnitDeborah Linehan, Giora NetzerChapter 24 The Role of the ICU Social Worker in Supporting FamiliesJohn G. Cagle, Morgan BuntingChapter 25 RehabilitationKimberley HainesChapter 26 Training Providers in Family Centered CareErin K. Kross, Catherine L. HoughChapter 27 Child Life in the Adult ICU: Including the Youngest Members of the FamilyJaime E. Bruce, Kathleen McCueChapter 28 How to Study the Family ICU Syndrome: A Basic Approach to Research MethodologyChristiane S. Hartog.
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  • Digital
    edited by Jennifer L. Allen, David J. Hawes, Cecilia A. Essau.
    Summary: The most effective treatments for child and adolescent psychopathology are often family-based, emphasising the active involvement of family members beyond the referred individual. This book details the clinical skills, knowledge, and attitudes that form the core competencies for the delivery of evidence-based family interventions for a range of mental health problems. Offering practical case studies to illustrate treatment principles, and discussing barriers to treatment and problem-solving in relation to common difficulties. Covers topics such as anxiety, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, sleep, and eating disorders. Therapist competencies are thoroughly examined, from the role they play in severe/complex cases and in achieving successful outcomes to commonly misunderstood aspects of family-based interventions and how they can be enhanced. Clinical approaches to working with diverse families, and those of children affected by parental psychopathology, child maltreatment and family violence are also explored. Essential reading for psychologists, psychiatrists, paediatricians, mental health nurses, counsellors and social workers.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2021
  • Digital
    James D. Lock.
    Summary: "This book describes the theoretical and clinical rationale for the use of family-based treatment (FBT) for Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). Based on years of clinical care and systematic study of children and adolescents with ARFID using Family-based Treatment for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (FBT-ARFID), the manual provides guidance about assessment of ARFID. Topics covered include how to incorporate the medical, nutritional, and psychiatric problems that are common with this disorder and how to evaluate the principle maintaining behaviors related to lack of interest or appetite, extreme sensory sensitivities to food, and fear of physical repercussions of eating (e.g. pain, vomiting, allergic reactions). Step by step illustrations of the key interventions in FBT-ARFID are provided and detailed case discussions demonstrate how these are implemented in a range of cases. Ideal for clinical practitioners who treat children and adolescents with eating disorders, specifically, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and allied health practitioners"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    What is avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder?
    An overview of family-based treatment for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
    Scientific support for family-based treatment for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
    Challenges in diagnosis and assessment of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
    Applying family-based treatment for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder through a developmental lens
    Managing medical and psychiatric co-morbidity in family-based treatment for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
    Empowering the family for change: phase 1 of family-based treatment for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
    Changing eating behaviors in the family and social context: phase 2 of family-based treatment for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder
    Returning to developmental norms: phase 3 of family-based treatment for avoidant restrictive food intake disorder
    Family-based treatment for low interest avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder / contributed by Nina Kirz
    Family-based treatment for sensory sensitivity avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder / contributed by Danielle Colborn
    Family-based treatment for fear of adverse consequences avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder / contributed by Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit.
    Where to from here.
    Digital Access TandFonline 2022
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    Dolores Gallagher-Thompson (Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA), Ann Choryan Bilbrey (Optimal Aging Center for Training and Research Consultation, Sunnyvale, CA), Sara Honn Qualls (University of Colorado Colorado Springs, CO), Rita Ghatak (Aging 101, Center for Care and Innovation, Los Altos, CA), Ranak B. Trivedi (Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA, Center for Innovation to Implementation, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, Palo Alto, CA), Lynn C. Waelde (Palo Alto University, Palo Alto, CA).
    Summary: "Science-based guidance on assessing and supporting family caregivers to maintain good mental health. This is the first book that takes a "deep dive" to answer questions that mental health providers encounter when caregivers are referred to them or seek services on their own--namely, what unique issues family caregivers face that impact their mental health. Based on the science and clinical experience the authors have accumulated over years of research and direct service, the volume focuses on examining the issues that caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia face. Practitioners learn about the best tools for assessment and which evidence-based interventions help reduce caregiver distress, including cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and multicomponent intervention programs. The book is interspersed with clinical vignettes that also highlight issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. This is an essential text for mental health providers from a variety of disciplines, including psychology, psychiatry, nursing, social work, marriage and family counselors as well as trainees. Resources in the appendix can be used in clinical practice, including a caretaker intake interview."-- Provided by publisher.
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    Natalie Digate Muth, MD, MPH, RDN, FAAP
    Summary: "This dynamic plan will help the whole family kick-start their health and wellness and set the stage for long-term, lasting improvements in nutrition, fitness, sleep, stress, and screen use habits. Dr. Natalie Digate Muth walks families through this thirty-day transformation that establishes a baseline and goals, creates routines and healthy habits, and provides strategies for overcoming frustration and recognizing obstacles. At the end of thirty days, parents and children will have laid the ground work to continue a lifetime of healthy habits. The plan also includes family-friendly recipes, health and fitness experiments for the kids, and additional wellness tools." -- back cover.
    Digital Access AAP ebooks 2020
  • Print
    Doug Knutson, Robin Devine.
    Summary: "The closest you can get to the Family Medicine clerkship shelf exam without actually taking it Family Medicine: PreTest Self-Assessment & Review, Fourth Edition is the perfect way to assess your knowledge of Family Medicine for the USMLE Step 2 CK and clerkship shelf exam. You'll find approximately 500 USMLE-style questions and answers that target the clerkship's core competencies, along with detailed explanations of both correct and incorrect answers. All questions have been reviewed by students who recently passed the boards and completed their clerkship to ensure they match the style and difficulty level of the exam, so you know you are studying the most relevant, high-yield material possible. Approximately 500 USMLE-style questions, just like you will see on the exam. Detailed explanations for right and wrong answers, that zero-in on must-know information. Targets what you really need to know for exam success. Thoroughly reviewed by students who aced their clerkship"-- Provided by publisher. "Family Medicine: PreTest gives you hundreds of review questions and answers, along with high yield rationale to prepare you for your clerkship shelf exam, as well as the USMLE Step 2. Both the scope of content, as well as the format of the questions, parallels what you will see on your actual exams"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Prevention medicine
    Doctor-patient issues
    Acute complaints
    Chronic conditions.
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    RC58 .F34 2019
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    Paul M. Paulman, Robert B. Taylor, editors-in-chief ; Audrey A. Paulman, Laeth S. Nasir, assoiciate editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Paul M. Paulman, Robert B. Taylor, Audrey A. Paulman, Laeth S. Nasir, editors.
    Summary: This book is organized into short, focused chapters almost exclusively dedicated to topics relevant to daily practice. All lead authors are themselves accomplished family physicians who can specifically address the needs, concerns, and interests of this crucial profession. As one of the key reference textbooks for family medicine, it is very important to provide the most up-to-date knowledge to support learners and practitioners of family medicine in the face of rapidly expanding clinical knowledge and the extensive self-examination of family medicine. Family Medicine: Principles and Practice, 8th Edition, is a must-have reference for medical students, residents, practicing physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants with an active role in patient care.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Jim Keogh, Kaneez R. Odgers, Shantha Franks, Mary DiGiulio.
    Digital Access AccessAPN 2023
  • Digital
    edited by Leslie Neal-Boylan.
    Summary: "The purpose of this book is to help clinicians and students better understand how to diagnose and manage typical (and some atypical) patient cases. While the focus is on the Nurse Practitioner role, this book will be useful to other patient care providers, such as physicians and physician's assistants. The contributing authors have worked hard to update cases from the first edition of the book to better reflect patient-centered language and advances in care. We have developed several new cases, such as one on climate change, to assist clinicians with scenarios that were not as predominant as they are today. We have presented a variety of patients in these cases with regard to age, gender preference, socioeconomic status, family status and other considerations. However, please don't hesitate to alter these demographics to tailor the cases for your specific needs"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    The neonate
    The infant
    The toddler/preschool child
    The school aged child
    The adolescent
    Women's health
    Men's health
    General adult health
    Mental health
    The older adult
    Resolutions for all cases.
    Digital Access Wiley 2021
  • Digital
    Maria T. Codina Leik.
    Summary: "If you are studying for the family nurse practitioner certification exam, Maria T. Codina Leik's highly acclaimed Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Intensive Review is a must-have resource, and with interactive digital prep included with purchase, it is easier than ever to study for the FNP exam. Lauded for its concise, well-organized format, this fourth edition has been significantly revised and updated to feature key information about the new AANPCB and ANCC certification exams, all new end-of-chapter review questions, and new full-color images. Leik's Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Intensive Review, fourth edition also features four practice tests with hundreds of new questions and rationales -- 800 questions in total. Extensive test-taking techniques and question dissection and analysis chapters help you identify the best clues during the problem-solving process so that you can strategically master the certification exam. Designed to help FNP candidates boost their confidence through intensive review and high-quality questions, the fourth edition continues to provide succinct, precisely targeted “need-to-know” details of diseases and classic presentations you can expect to see in practice in patients across the life span. Organized by body system, chapters are consistently formatted to include Danger Signals, Normal Findings, Lab Findings, Benign Variants, and Disease Review topics. Each chapter features valuable Exam Tips and Clinical Pearls that highlight key considerations and information likely to be encountered on the exam, ideal for a last-minute refresher before test day. Ensure success by making this essential family nurse practitioner resource -- praised by thousands for helping them pass their certification -- a key part of your exam prep study regimen. Note to readers: The new ExamPrepConnect Fourth Edition online course will launch March 2021. In the interim, your book purchase includes access to the current ExamPrepConnect Third Edition online course. Your 6-month digital subscription to the Fourth Edition will begin as soon as that course is live, and we will notify you by email."--Publisher's description.
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    prepared by Office of Family Planning.
    Digital Access Google Books 1979-
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    Jill C. Cash, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, editor.
    Summary: "We are excited to collaborate on this new sixth edition of Family Practice Guidelines. The guidelines have been written and updated by experienced nurse practitioners. This valuable resource is designed to assist nurse practitioners in organizing and using the content in a quick-reference format"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    I. Guidelines
    1. Health Maintenance Guidelines
    2. Public Health Guidelines
    3. Pain Management Guidelines
    4. Dermatology Guidelines
    5. Eye Guidelines
    6. Ear Guidelines
    7. Nasal Guidelines
    8. Throat and Mouth Guidelines
    9. Repiratory Guidelines
    10. Cardiovascular Guidelines
    11. Gastrointestinal Guidelines
    12. Genitourinary Guidelines
    13. Obstetrics Guidelines
    14. Gynecological Guidelines
    15. Sexually Transmitted infections Guidelines
    16. Infectious Disease Guidelines
    17. Systemic Disorders Guidelines
    18. Musculoskeletal Guidelines
    19. Neurological Guidelines
    20. Endocrine Guidelines
    21. Rheumatological Guidelines
    22. Psychiatric Guidelines
    23. Assessment Guide for Sport Participation
    II Procedures
    III Client Teaching Guides
    IV. Appendices
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  • Digital
    Jill C. Cash, Cheryl A. Glass, Jenny Mullen, editors.
    Digital Access R2Library 2020
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  • Digital
    Andreas Otte.
    Summary: The life and death, but also the creative work of famous musicians is closely linked to their personal medical histories. In "Famous Composers Diseases Reloaded" these case histories are vividly reconstructed on the basis of authentic biographical testimonies and closely linked to the personalities of the musicians. The latest research findings on the pathophysiology of these composers will be woven into the overall picture. Was Paganini's "devilishness" caused by a hereditary disease? Did Scarlatti have strange signs of illness on his fingers? What did Bach really die of? How did "Christel" from a dubious milieu change Schumann's entire life? What aggravated Ravel's underlying illness so that he did not complete a single composition in the last five years before his death? How did Tarrega manage to play the guitar again after his stroke with hemiplegia? Did the Brazilian Villa-Lobos' worldwide reputation help him live longer thanks to the best treatment available to him? Andreas Otte, physician and musician, has incorporated the latest medical history research into the composers' pathographies. This book is an exciting and "well-tempered" reading experience not only for physicians, music lovers, musicologists and musicians, but for all readers who want to develop a basic understanding of the pathophysiology and life scores of these great masters under current conditions from today's perspective.

    Contents:
    Diseases of Famous Composers Put into Context of Their General Historical Framework
    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
    Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
    Nicolò Paganini (1782-1840)
    Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
    Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)
    Epilogue.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    [edited by] Richard J. Martin, Avroy A. Fanaroff and Michele C. Walsh.
    Contents:
    Growth of neonatal perinatal medicine: a historical perspective
    Epidemiology for neonatologists
    Medical ethics in neonatal care
    Legal issues in neonatal-perinatal medicine
    Evaluating and improving the quality and safety of neonatal intensive care
    Simulation and debriefing in neonatal-perinatal medicine
    Practicing evidence-based neonatal-perinatal medicine
    Perinatal and neonatal care in developing countries
    Social and economic contributors to neonatal outcome in the united states
    Genetic aspects of perinatal disease and prenatal diagnosis
    Perinatal ultrasound
    Estimation of fetal well-being
    Surgical treatment of the fetus
    Adverse exposures to the fetus and neonate
    Intrauterine growth restriction
    Developmental origins of adult health and disease
    Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy
    Pregnancy complicated by diabetes mellitus
    Obstetric management of prematurity
    Fetal effects of autoimmune disease
    Obstetric management of multiple gestation and birth
    Post-term pregnancy
    Immune and nonimmune hydrops fetalis
    Amniotic fluid volume
    Perinatal infections and chorioamnionitis
    Placental pathology
    Anesthesia for labor and delivery
    Physical examination of the newborn
    Birth injuries
    Congenital anomalies
    Overview and initial management of delivery room resuscitation
    Role of positive pressure ventilation in neonatal resuscitation
    Oxygen therapy in neonatal resuscitation
    Chest compression, medications, and special problems in neonatal resuscitation
    Thermal environment of the intensive care nursery
    Optimization of the NICU environment
    Biomedical engineering aspects of neonatal cardiorespiratory monitoring
    Diagnostic imaging of the neonate
    Anesthesia in the neonate
    The late preterm infant
    Nutrient requirements/nutritional support in premature neonate
    Support for the family
    Principles of drug use in the fetus and neonate
    Principles of drug use during lactation
    Pharmacokinetics in neonatal medicine
    Infants of substance-using mothers
    Developmental immunology
    Postnatal bacterial infections
    Fungal and protozoal infections of the neonate
    Viral infections in the neonate
    Normal and abnormal brain development
    White matter damage and encephalopathy of prematurity
    Intracranial hemorrhage and vascular lesions in the neonate
    Hypoxic–ischemic encephalopathy
    Seizures in neonates
    Hypotonia and neuromuscular disease in the neonate
    Intracranial and calvarial disorders
    Spinal dysraphisms
    Hearing loss in the newborn infant
    Early childhood neurodevelopmental outcomes of high-risk neonates
    The role of neonatal neuroimaging in predicting neurodevelopmental outcomes of preterm neonates
    Lung development and maturation
    Assessment of neonatal pulmonary function
    Respiratory distress syndrome in the neonate
    Assisted ventilation of the neonate and its complications
    Neonatal respiratory disorders
    Neonatal apnea and the foundation of respiratory control
    Upper airway lesions in the neonate
    Bronchopulmonary dysplasia in the neonate
    Therapy for cardiorespiratory failure in the neonate
    Cardiac embryology
    Pulmonary vascular development
    Prenatal diagnosis of congenital heart disease
    Patent ductus arteriosus
    Congenital defects of the cardiovascular system
    Cardiovascular problems of the neonate
    Disorders of cardiac rhythm and conduction in newborns
    Neonatal management of congenital heart disease
    Hematologic and oncologic problems in the fetus and neonate
    Blood component therapy for the neonate
    Development of the neonatal gastrointestinal tract
    Gastrointestinal reflux and motility in the neonate
    Disorders of digestion in the neonate
    Selected gastrointestinal anomalies in the neonate
    Neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis
    Disorders of carbohydrate metabolism in the neonate
    Disorders of calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium metabolism in the neonate
    Thyroid disorders in the neonate
    Disorders of sex development
    Inborn errors of metabolism
    Neonatal jaundice and liver diseases
    Fluid, electrolytes, and acid-base homeostasis
    The kidney and urinary tract of the neonate
    The skin of the neonate
    Examination and common problems in the neonatal eye
    Retinopathy of prematurity
    Musculoskeletal disorders in neonates
    Bone and joint infections in neonates
    Congenital abnormalities of the upper and lower extremities and spine
    Therapeutic agents
    Tables of normal values
    Schedule for immunization of preterm infants.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
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    Arthur Allen.
    Summary: The story of "Jewish prisoner-scientists in Buchenwald who made a vaccine against ... typhus. Their untold secret: they provided the real vaccine to camp inmates but a fake one to German troops at the eastern front"--Dust jacket back. Describes the true story of how the eccentric Polish scientist tasked by the Nazis to create a typhus vaccine hid the intelligentsia from the Gestapo by hiring them to work in his laboratory.

    Contents:
    1. Lice, war, typhus, madness
    2. City on the edge of time
    3. The Louse feeders
    4. The Nazi doctors and the shape of things to come
    5. War and epidemics
    6. Parasites
    7. The Fantastic laboratory of Dr. Wiegl [sic]
    8. Armies of winter
    9. The Terrifying clinic of Dr. Ding
    10. "Paradise" at Auschwitz
    11. Buchenwald - rabbit stew and fake vaccine
    12. Imperfect justice.
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    Boris Boincean, David Dent.
    Summary: 'This book deals with the sustainability of agriculture on the Black Earth by drawing on data from long-term field experiments. It emphasises the opportunities for greater food and water security at local and regional levels. The Black Earth, Chernozem in Russian, is the best arable soil in the world and the breadbasket of Europe and North America. It was the focus of scientific study at the very beginnings of soil science in the late 19th century-as a world in itself, created by the roots of the steppe grasses building a water-stable granular structure that holds plentiful water, allows rapid infiltration of rain and snow melt, and free drainage of any surplus. Under the onslaught of industrial farming, Chernozem have undergone profound but largely unnoticed changes with far-reaching consequences-to the point that agriculture on Chernozem is no longer sustainable. The effects of agricultural practices on global warming, the diversion of rainfall away from replenishment of water resources to destructive runoff, and the pollution of streams and groundwater are all pressing issues. Sustainability absolutely requires that these consequences be arrested.

    Contents:
    Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Overview; Introduction; A New Paradigm for Sustainable Intensification of Farming on Chernozem. As the Best Arable Soil in the World, It is Under the Greatest Pressure; Lessons from Long-Term Field Experiments on Chernozem; Similarity of the Yields of Different Crops and the Productivity of the Whole Crop Rotation Regardless of the Kind and Frequency of Tillage; Inherent Soil Fertility Makes a Big Contribution to Crop Yields; Restoring Soil Fertility Through Carbon Sequestration; References; Contents; About the Authors; 1 Changing the Farming Paradigm 1.1 Introduction1.2 Changing the Paradigm; 1.2.1 Indiscriminate Agricultural Intensification and Its Consequences; 1.2.2 Input-Based Agricultural Intensification and Food Security; 1.2.3 Ecological Consequences of the Industrial Model of Agricultural Intensification; 1.2.4 Societal Consequences of Indiscriminate and Excessive Industrial Inputs; 1.3 Holistic Approach to Farm Management: CNPK versus NPK; 1.3.1 Classical Agronomy and the Importance of Soil Fertility; 1.3.2 Feeding the Soils versus Feeding the Crops; 1.4 A New Paradigm; 1.5 Conclusions; References 2 Agroecology: Science for Sustainable Intensification of Agriculture2.1 Sustainable Intensification of Agriculture; 2.1.1 Agroecology; 2.2 Natural Ecosystems as Models for Sustainable Agroecosystems; 2.3 Conclusions; References; 3 Land Use, Soil Quality and Management of Soil Organic Matter; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Land-Use Change and Soil Management; 3.3 Soil Health and Quality; 3.4 Soil Organic Matter and Its Transformation in Chernozem; 3.5 Soil Structure: The Most Revealing Indicator of Soil Fertility in Chernozem; 3.6 Conclusions; References; 4 Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change 4.1 Introduction4.2 Carbon Sequestration Under Different Farming Practices; 4.2.1 Annual versus Perennial Cropping; No-till versus Conventional Cultivation; 4.2.2 Crop Rotation and Continuous Monocropping; 4.2.3 Topsoil versus Subsoil; Roots versus Shoots; 4.2.4 Fertilization; 4.2.5 Irrigation; 4.2.6 Tillage; 4.3 Climate Change; 4.4 Conclusions; References; 5 Crop Rotation; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Principles for Building Crop Rotations; 5.2.1 Diversity of Crops; 5.2.2 Alternation of Crops with Different Rooting Depths; 5.2.3 Restoration of Soil Organic Matter 5.2.4 Preventing Soil Erosion and Droughts5.2.5 Increasing the Innate Capacity of Crops and Soils to Suppress Weeds, Pests and Disease, and Avoid Soil Exhaustion; 5.3 Conclusions; References; 6 Tillage and Conservation Agriculture; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 To Plough or Not to Plough?; 6.3 Yields and Soil Fertility under No-till and Conventional Tillage; 6.4 The Role of Crop Residues in No-till; 6.5 Conservation Agriculture; 6.5.1 Lessons Learned; 6.5.2 Pros and Cons; 6.6 Weed Management: No-till, Agrochemicals, Biodiversity and Public Health; 6.7 Conclusions; References
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    edited by Robert Schleip, Carla Stecco, Mark Driscoll, Pete Huijing ; foreword by Professor Andry Vleeming, PhD.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey Nursing 2022
  • Digital
    Dinesh Kumar Singh, Vinay Kumar Singh, Raghubir Narayan Singh, Pradeep Kumar.
    Summary: This book provides an up-to-date review of fasciolosis, a disease caused by Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica, including its biology, transmission, epidemiology, host distribution, economic impact, and novel approaches for its diagnosis, treatment and prevention. It first offers a brief overview of the history of the disease, the genetic diversity of the parasite and its distribution, and the ecology of the vector snail, which belongs to the Lymnaeidae/Planorbidae family. It also examines the current strategies and novel approaches for controlling the parasite, diagnosing infections and vaccine development. Importantly, it highlights issues relating to the control of fasciolosis, including drug resistance, lack of effective diagnostics, and the parasites long-term survival strategies based on regulation and modulation of the host immune system. Lastly, it discusses the novel control snail vectors using bait formulations, and synergetic and phototherapy treatment with chlorophyllin, which does not kill the vector.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    About the Book
    Contents
    About the Authors
    1: Fasciolosis
    1.1 Fasciolosis Status
    1.2 Economic Importance
    1.3 Human Fasciolosis
    1.4 Animal Fasciolosis
    1.5 Life Cycle of Fasciola
    1.5.1 Miracidium
    1.5.2 Sporocyst
    1.5.3 Redia
    1.5.4 Cercaria
    1.5.5 Metacercaria
    1.6 Genetic Characterization of Fasciola
    1.7 Evolutionary Origin
    References
    2: Fasciolosis Constrain in India
    2.1 Humid Subtropical Climate with Dry Winter
    2.1.1 Uttar Pradesh
    2.1.2 Uttarakhand
    2.1.3 Haryana
    2.1.4 Delhi
    2.1.5 Punjab 2.1.6 West Bengal
    2.1.7 Odisha
    2.1.8 Bihar
    2.1.9 Jharkhand
    2.2 Tropical Rain Forest Region
    2.2.1 Meghalaya
    2.2.2 Assam
    2.2.3 Andaman and Nicobar Islands
    2.2.4 Arunachal Pradesh
    2.2.5 Sikkim/Manipur/Nagaland/Mizoram
    2.3 Tropical Steppe
    2.3.1 Gujarat
    2.3.2 Rajasthan
    2.4 Tropical Semi-Eric Steppe
    2.4.1 Maharashtra
    2.4.2 Tamil Nadu
    2.4.3 Karnataka
    2.4.4 Andhra Pradesh
    2.4.5 Kerala
    2.5 Tropical Savanna Region
    2.5.1 Madhya Pradesh
    2.5.2 Chhattisgarh
    2.6 Mountain Climate
    2.6.1 Himachal Pradesh
    2.7 Temperate/Subtemperate Region 2.7.1 Jammu and Kashmir
    References
    3: Distribution and Ecology of Lymnaeidae/Planorbidae Snails in India
    3.1 Family: Lymnaeidae
    3.1.1 Subgenus Pseudosuccinea
    3.1.2 Lymnaea (Pseudosuccinea) biacuminata: (Mitra et al. 2005)
    3.1.3 Lymnaea luteola Lamark, 1822
    3.1.4 Lymnaea ovalior, Annandale and Prashad 1921
    3.1.5 Lymnaea horae Annandale and Rao 1925
    3.1.6 Lymnaea gedrosiana (Annandale and Prashad 1921)
    3.1.7 Lymnaea mimetica Annandale, 1918
    3.1.8 Lymnaea shanensis Annandale, 1918
    3.2 Subgenus Galba
    3.3 Subgenus Radix Montfort
    3.3.1 Subgenus Lymnaea 3.3.2 Subgenus Stagnicola
    3.3.3 Family Planorbidae
    3.3.4 Genus Indoplanorbis Annandale and Prashad 1921
    References
    4: Fasciolosis Control
    4.1 Diagnosis
    4.2 Clinical Diagnosis
    4.3 Blood Parameters and Enzyme Diagnosis
    4.4 Parasitological Diagnosis
    4.5 Immunodiagnosis
    4.6 Vaccination
    4.7 Fatty Acid-Binding Proteins
    4.8 Cysteine Peptidase
    4.9 Leucine Aminopeptidase
    4.10 Glutathione S-Transferase
    4.11 Treatment
    References
    5: Snail Control
    5.1 Biological Control
    5.2 Mechanical Control
    5.3 Chemical Control
    5.3.1 Metaldehyde 5.3.2 Niclosamide
    5.3.3 Carbamate
    5.3.4 Organophosphorous
    5.3.5 Synthetic Pyrethroids
    5.4 Plant-Derived Molluscicides
    5.5 Cow Urine as Molluscicides
    5.5.1 Cow Urine
    5.5.2 Pesticidal Use of Cow Dung/Urine
    5.6 Combined Action of Molluscicides
    5.7 Bait Formulations in Snail Control
    5.8 Phytotherapy of Snails to Control Fasciolosis
    5.9 Photosensitivity of Host/Parasite and Molluscicide in Control of Fasciolosis
    References
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Tyler Traister.
    Summary: "I wrote this book to provide nurses from all practice settings and experience levels the knowledge and understanding of how to care for the LGBTQ population. The first of its kind, this book offers the nurse concise and pragmatic information to deliver culturally competent and inclusive care. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and other gender minorities (LGBTQ) face unique challenges and barriers to accessing healthcare, resulting in poor health outcomes. Studies have consistently shown the greater risk for poor health outcomes due to fear or mistrust of healthcare providers, such as nurses, because of past discrimination and refusal of care and acceptance, which have created systemic health disparities. Nursing textbooks and education predominantly focus on cisgender heteronormative populations - leaving the nurse without the knowledge and information needed to care for this diverse population"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    The ABCs of LGBTQ
    Brief history of LGBTQ
    Understanding sexual orientation and gender identity
    LGBTQ cultural competence
    Health disparities of LGBTQ people
    Stigma and discrimination against LGBTQ people
    LGBTQ substance use & substance use disorders
    LGBTQ behavioral health
    Self-awareness and bias
    Communication best practices
    History and physical examination of LGBTQ
    Transgender health and nursing care
    Understanding hormone therapy
    Caring for LGBTQ youth
    Caring for LGBTQ older adults
    Creating inclusive environments
    Advocacy, policy, and legal issues for LGBTQ populations
    Healthcare equality index
    Developing and integrating LGBTQ content into nursing education.
    Digital Access R2Library 2022
  • Digital
    Gregory L. Smith, MD, MPH, Kevin F. Smith, MD, MPH.
    Summary: "This book is an overview about how cannabinoids can play an integral part in a patient's pain management treatment plan. It is a resource for anyone working with patients experiencing chronic non-cancer related pain, including physician assistants, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, and bedside nurses"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Chronic Pain and Opioids
    Current Cost of the Opioid Epidemic
    Opioid Use Disorder
    History and Legality of Cannabis
    Overview of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)
    Cannabinoids and Terpenes
    Synthetic Cannabinoid Pharmaceuticals
    Isolate Cannabinoid Pharmaceuticals
    Medical Marijuana and Bioavailability
    Side Effects of Cannabis Use
    Causes of Chronic Pain
    Treating Chronic Pain with Opioids
    Treating Chronic Pain with Cannabinoids
    Cannabinoid and Opioid Interactions
    Cannabis as an Adjunct to Opioids
    Opioid Sparing with Cannabinoids.
    Digital Access R2Library 2021
  • Digital
    Maryann Godshall.
    Contents:
    Introduction to evidence-based practice
    Asking the compelling question
    The Iowa method of EBP to promote quality care
    A basic understanding of research
    Quantitative research
    Qualitative research
    Finding the evidence
    Evaluating the evidence
    Barriers to disseminating the evidence
    EBP in the nurse residency program
    Examples of a PICO/T process.
    Digital Access R2Library 2020
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • Digital
    Dina Hewett, PhD, RN, CCRN, NEA-BC.
    Summary: "This book is designed for a new graduate or recent graduate transitioning into the critical care environment. Designed as a quick reference of the most common admitting diagnoses in critical care including causes, signs and symptoms and interventions, this text will be used every day"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access R2Library 2020
  • Digital
    Frank J. Domino.
    Contents:
    Pediatrics
    Internal medicine
    Obstetrics and gynecology
    Psychiatry
    Surgery/emergency care
    Geriatrics
    General facts.
    Digital Access Ovid 2017
  • Digital
    Trisha Myers.
    Summary: ""Wounds" - What a broad term! The Original Roget's International Thesaurus gives all of the following terms for "wounds": trauma, injury, hurt, lesion, cut, incision, scratch, gash, puncture, stab, laceration, mutilation, abrasion, gangrene, necrosis, and more. If Roget were a healthcare provider looking at a wound for the first time, he would not stop with just a simple surface term. In a split second, he would send all that information to his mental search engine for processing. His simple surface term, abrasion, would generate more sensory input such as: classifications - common, complex, or atypical, chronic, or acute, and bioburden - clean, dirty, infected, and so on. Before heaving a big sigh, he might have contemplated nutrition and pain management. After all this was sufficiently processed, another broad concept would surface. "I need a remedy." Roget's brain interface system would go into overdrive, bouncing from one neuron to neuron as more definitions came to mind, such as : relief, help, restorative, medicine, drug, soothing, debridement, salve, antibiotics, poultices, bandage, healing, curative, restorative, palliative, protective...oh, and coming up for air...preventive. Whew!"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Attacking the Basics: What Fuels a Wound
    The Phases of Wound Healing and Types of Wound Closure
    Acute Wounds
    Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds
    Pressure Injuries
    Atypical, Complex Wounds
    Assessing Wounds
    Documenting and Photographing Wounds
    Selecting the Correct Dressings
    Biologic Agents and Skin Substitutes
    Wound Debridement
    Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
    Caring for Ostomies and Fistulas
    The Promotion of Skin Integrity
    Selecting Optimal Support Surfaces and Patient Positioning
    Qualifications and Certifications for Wound Care
    Facility Accreditation
    The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Healthcare's Common Procedural Coding System
    Digital Access R2Library 2022
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • Digital
    Lynda R. Hardy, PhD, RN, FAAN, editor.
    Summary: "This book begins with a description of what is data and why it is important. The chapters explain how you can influence the quality of data and gain an understanding to advocate for the effective capture and use of data to improve your knowledge and provide the best patient care possible. The book will help you understand how you can influence the effective use of technology in healthcare delivery"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Informatics and why it matters / Lynda R Hardy & Ann Deerhake
    Informatics frameworks and competencies : what a nurse needs to know / Carolyn Sipes & Lynda R Hardy
    The power of data / Rebecca Freeman & Helen Hill
    Technology and informatics / Tami Wyatt & Xueping Li
    Getting familiar with the architecture : computing systems, networks, and data security / Lisa Blair
    The EHR/EMR/PHR / Angela Wilson-VanMeter, Laurel Courtney
    Decision support in the age of precision health / Lisa Blair
    Informatics and the floor nurse / Laurel Courtney & Judith Moore
    Digital health : mHealth, telehealth, and wearables / Rebecca, Koszalinski, Marjorie Kelley, Tara R. O'Brien
    Ethical, legal, and regulatory issues / Carolyn Sipes & Lynda R Hardy
    The user experience / Paula Smailes & Marjorie Kelley.
    Digital Access R2Library 2020
  • Digital
    Maggie Ciocco.
    Summary: This pocket-sized, quick-access guide gives nurses crucial information they need to understand, identify, and effectively counter incivility, bullying, and violence in all nursing settings. Viewing nurse bullying as an institutional problem, this text expounds upon the American Nurses Association (ANA) position statement "Incivility, Bullying, and Workplace Violence" and includes definitions and statistics about nurse bullying and guidance on what nurses at any level can do when faced with a bully. Delivered in an easy-to-read, bulleted format, this resource covers all aspects of the problem, explores why nurses bully each other, and discusses and quantifies the cost and impact of bullying on individuals, the workplace, and the broader health care system. Four institutional case study chapters delineate the different forms bullying can take and provide advice on how to handle them, and a "bully-proofing" chapter offers such useful tools as a bullying checklist and a guide to "de-toxifying" the workplace, as well as an explanation of the ANA Code of Ethics as it relates to bullying. Key Features: Addresses all facets of nurse bullying, from origins and manifestations to evidence-based interventions and prevention strategies; Based on the hallmark ANA document "Incivility, Bullying, and Workplace Violence"; Contains 10 instructive case studies depicting common bullying scenarios; Proivdes a wealth of anti-bullying resources for use in all nursing settings. -- from back cover.

    Contents:
    Bullying, incivility, and workplace violence in nursing : the scope and impact of the problem
    What is a bully?
    Incivility in nursing / Latoya N. Rawlins
    Bullying in nursing
    Understanding workplace violence in health care
    The cost of nurse bullying on the health care system
    Bullying and the nurse : effects, resolution, and healing
    The responsibilities of nursing leadership and the employer
    Resisting a bully
    Nurse bullying and the law / Jackeline Biddle Shuler
    Bullying and the student nurse
    Case studies : bullying and the student nurse
    Bullying and the novice nurse
    Case studies : bullying and the novice nurse
    Bullying in nursing education
    Case studies : bullying in nursing education
    Case studies : bullying in nursing administration.
    Digital Access R2Library 2018
    Limited to 1 simultaneous user
  • Digital
    edited by Sydney R. Coleman, Riccardo Mazzola, and Lee L.Q. Pu ; illustrated by Eric Olson, Wendy Hiller Gee and Kathy M. Grey.
    Digital Access
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    Thieme MedOne Plastic Surgery
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    [edited by] Mathew M. Avram.
    Summary: "The perception of an inadequate body shape is a cause of concern to many people, and new techniques for altering body shape are increasingly being developed and offered to patients. Of these, the removal and transfer of fat is fast growing in importance and availability. This practical guide offers a comprehensive overview of this rapidly-evolving field, and thorough coverage of the implementation of fat removal techniques, both invasive and non-invasive, in a cosmetic practice. It begins with an overview of basic fat anatomy and physiology as an important introduction to this topic. The distinction between the physiology and treatment of cellulite and fat is also discussed. The next section of the book covers invasive treatments of fat such as traditional liposuction, laser-assisted liposuction, fat transfer procedures and mesotherapy. The latter half of the book largely focuses on non-invasive treatments for fat, including radiofrequency, ultrasound, cooling and laser technologies for fat removal. Throughout, potential complications and pitfalls of the various treatments are discussed. Edited by Matthew Avram, with contributions from a group of clinical stars, this book will appeal to cosmetic dermatologists, plastic surgeons, aesthetic medical practitioners, and obstetricians/gynaecologists"--Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Wiley 2015
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    Gail Jarrow.
    Summary: Chronicles the story of the early 1900s typhoid fever epidemic in New York, providing details as to how its infamous carrier was ultimately tracked down and stopped.-- (Source of description not identified)

    Contents:
    Hidden
    Germ detective
    Death in Ithaca
    "An enemy that moves in the dark"
    Mysterious outbreak
    A threat to the city
    Pursuit
    Inside the white walls
    "The most dangerous woman in America"
    Into thin air
    Island exile
    The rest of the story.
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    Pankaj Kumar Gupta, Ram Naresh Bharagava, editors.
    Springer Nature eBook.
    Summary: This volume offers detailed information on the behaviour of various water pollutants, and on the principles and concepts of groundwater flow and transport. It will help readers to understand and execute the planning, supervision, and review of solute transport and groundwater modeling projects. The book also discusses the role and fate of elements that have been identified as major contaminants in surface and subsurface waters, and their adverse effects on ecology and human health. The book explores this theme throughout four sections - a. Understanding Soil-Water Systems, b. Fate and Transport of Pollutants, c. Physico-Chemical Treatment of Wastewater and d. Microbial Techniques Used to Decontaminate Soil-Water Systems. Introducing readers to a range of recent advances concerning the fundamentals of subsurface water treatment, it offers a valuable guide for teachers, researchers, policymakers, and undergraduate and graduate students of hydrology, environmental microbiology, biotechnology and the environmental sciences. It also provides field engineers and industrial practitioners with essential support in the effective remediation and management of polluted sites.

    Contents:
    Fate and transport of pollutants in subsurface: evolution of knowledge and understanding
    Governing mechanisms of fate and transport of target pollutants in subsurface
    Transport behaviour of gaseous contaminants through subsurface system
    Aqueous two-phase system: an alternative process for industrial dye recovery
    Leaching behaviors of agricultural contaminants in heterogeneous system
    Contribution of ground water in the calculation of net GHG fluxes from freshwater bodies
    Application of visual mod-flow in groundwater flow modeling at the left crescent of the Ganga river, Varanasi, India
    Impacts of climate and land use changes on water resources at basin level
    Occurrence of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in environment: impact and remediation techniques
    Fate and transport of non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) in subsurface: laboratory studies
    Treatment of pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) before discharging to agricultural lands
    Mechanistic understanding of heterogeneous photocatalysis for the dye degradation in wastewater
    Arsenic pollution in groundwater and its in-situ remediation technologies
    Groundwater contamination susceptibility in watershed of stream São Lourenço in southern Brazil
    Dynamic of heavy metals and environmental impact of waste phosphogypsum
    Mitigation of ground water pollution: heavy metal retention characteristics of fly ash based liner material
    Micropollutants in wastewater: health risk assessment, biomonitoring and bioremediation
    Groundwater pollution by geogenic and industrial pollutants
    Impact of climatic variabilities on groundwater resources
    Salinization of coastal groundwater resource in the perspective of climate change
    Impact of climate change variability on groundwater resource in southern western Nigeria as case study.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Amir Sharafkhaneh, Max Hirshkowitz, editors.
    Summary: In this soon-to-be gold-standard text, a distinguished panel of experts provides a comprehensive discussion of the various medical, neurological, psychiatric, and psychological factors underlying fatigue and sleepiness in the workplace and in patients. In reviewing current best practices in managing fatigue and sleepiness conditions to improve workplace safety, the book importantly begins with an overview of fatigue's definitions and concepts. It then moves into discussing the historical perspective on sleepiness and fatigue, the definitions and classifications of fatigue, and assessments of fatigue in the laboratory and in clinical settings. The book continues by exploring medical causes of fatigue in detail; how medication and recreational agents may result in fatigue; and the treatment of sleep disorders. Additional topics include best practices in the treatment of narcolepsy and hypersomnia, a review of circadian rhythm and fatigue, the treatment of heart failure and improvement in fatigue, and the management of fatigue in hospitalized patients. A major contribution to the field, this invaluable title will be of significant interest to all clinicians concerned with safeguarding safety in the workplace by accurately diagnosing and managing patients with fatigue and sleepiness problems. Researchers will also find this title of great interest.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    edited by Terrence L. Trentman, Brantley D. Gaitan, Bhargavi Gali, Rebecca L. Johnson, Jeffrey T. Mueller, Steven H. Rose, Toby N. Weingarten.
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    RD82.3 .F387 2020
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    Jeffrey V. Ravetch, Falk Nimmerjahn, editors, responsible series editor: Rino Rappuoli.
    Summary: This volume explores several aspects of how antibodies mediate their activity in vivo, ranging from cancer immunotherapy to autoimmunity, infection, and vaccination. Divided into seven chapters, it provides in-depth insights into how antibodies and especially the antibody fragment crystallizable (Fc) domain modulate immune responses and antibody activity. The book begins by discussing evolutionary aspects of how the family of Fc receptors that are the key molecules for antibody activity evolved. In turn, it addresses the molecular and cellular pathways underlying IgG activity in cancer immunotherapy, and focuses on how IgG glycosylation regulates IgG and IgE activity in autoimmunity, allergy and infection. In closing, it presents strategies for developing novel antibody-based vaccination approaches. The book is intended for a very broad readership, including graduate students, postdocs and principal investigators with a basic grasp of immunology.
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    Jeffrey V. Ravetch, Falk Nimmerjahn.
    Summary: This volume explores several aspects of how antibodies mediate their activity in vivo, ranging from cancer immunotherapy to autoimmunity, infection, and vaccination. Divided into seven chapters, it provides in-depth insights into how antibodies and especially the antibody fragment crystallizable (Fc) domain modulate immune responses and antibody activity. The book begins by discussing evolutionary aspects of how the family of Fc receptors that are the key molecules for antibody activity evolved. In turn, it addresses the molecular and cellular pathways underlying IgG activity in cancer immunotherapy, and focuses on how IgG glycosylation regulates IgG and IgE activity in autoimmunity, allergy and infection. In closing, it presents strategies for developing novel antibody-based vaccination approaches. The book is intended for a very broad readership, including graduate students, postdocs and principal investigators with a basic grasp of immunology.

    Contents:
    IgG Fc receptors: evolutionary considerations
    Role of FcgRs in Antibody Based Cancer Therapy
    Anti-inflammatory Activity of IgG-Fc
    IgG Fc glycosylation in human immunity
    IgE Glycosylation in Health and Disease
    Immune Complex Vaccination
    Fc receptors in anti-microbial protection.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital/Print
    Marc Daëron, Falk Nimmerjahn, editors.
    Summary: This volume provides a state-of-the-art update on Fc Receptors (FcRs). It is divided into five parts. Part I, Old and New FcRs, deals with the long-sought-after Fc[micro]R and the recently discovered FCRL family and TRIM21. Part II, FcR Signaling, presents a computational model of Fc[epsilon]RI signaling, novel calcium channels, and the lipid phosphatase SHIP1. Part III, FcR Biology, addresses major physiological functions of FcRs, their glycosylation, how they induce and regulate both adaptive immune responses and inflammation, especially in vivo, FcR humanized mice, and the multifaceted properties of FcRn. Part IV, FcRs and Disease, discusses FcR polymorphism, FcRs in rheumatoid arthritis and whether their FcRs make macaques good models for studying HIV infection. In Part V, FcRs and Therapeutic Antibodies, the roles of various FcRs, including FcgRIIB and FcbRI, in the immunotherapy of cancer and autoimmune diseases using monoclonal antibodies and IVIg are highlighted. All 18 chapters were written by respected experts in their fields, offering an invaluable reference source for scientists and clinicians interested in FcRs and how to better master antibodies for therapeutic purposes.

    Contents:
    The Old but New IgM Fc Receptor (Fc[mu]R)
    Emerging Roles for FCRL Family Members in Lymphocyte Biology and Disease
    Intracellular antibody immunity and the cytosolic Fc receptor TRIM21
    Computational modeling of the main signaling pathways involved in mast cell activation
    Calcium channels in FcR signaling
    Regulation of Fc[epsilon]RI signaling by lipid phosphatases
    Fc Receptors as Adaptive Immunoreceptors
    Glycosylation and Fc Receptors
    Antibodies as natural adjuvants
    IgA, IgA receptors and their anti-inflammatory properties
    Humanized mice to study FcgR function
    FcRn: from molecular interactions to regulation of IgG pharmacokinetics and functions
    Human FcR polymorphism and disease
    Bridging auto-antibodies and arthritis; the role of Fc Receptors
    The FcgR of humans and non-human primates and their interaction with IgG: Implications for induction of inflammation, resistance to infection and the use of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies
    FcgRIIB as a key determinant of agonistic antibody efficacy
    Fc receptor dependent mechanisms of monoclonal antibody therapy of cancer; professionals at work
    Sweet and Sour: The role of glycosylation for the anti-inflammatory activity of immunoglobulin G.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Lawrence X. Yu, Bing V. Li, editors.
    Summary: This comprehensive reference provides an in-depth discussion on state-of-the-art regulatory science in bioequivalence. In sixteen chapters, the volume explores a broad range of topics pertaining to bioequivalence, including its origin and principles, statistical considerations, food effect studies, conditions for waivers of bioequivalence studies, Biopharmaceutics Classification Systems, Biopharmaceutics Drug Disposition Classification System, bioequivalence modeling/simulation, and best practices in bioanalysis. It also discusses bioequivalence studies with pharmacodynamic and clinical endpoints as well as bioequivalence approaches for highly variable drugs, narrow therapeutic index drugs, liposomes, locally acting gastrointestinal drug products, topical products, and nasal and inhalation products. FDA Bioequivalence Standards is written by FDA regulatory scientists who develop regulatory policies and conduct regulatory assessment of bioequivalence. As such, both practical case studies and fundamental science are highlighted in these chapters. The book is a valuable resource for scientists who work in the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies, and academia as well as undergraduate and graduate students looking to expand their knowledge about bioequivalence standards.

    Contents:
    1 Bioequivalence History
    2 Fundamentals of Bioequivalence
    3 Basic Statistical Considerations
    4 The Effects of Food on Drug Bioavailability and Bioequivalence
    5 Bio waiver and Biopharmaceutics Classification System
    6 Bioequivalence of Highly Variable Drugs
    7 Partial Area under the Curve: An Additional Pharmacokinetic Metric for Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Assessments
    8 Bioequivalence for Narrow Therapeutic Index Drugs
    9 Pharmacodynamic Endpoint-based Bioequivalence Studies
    10 Clinical Endpoint Bioequivalence Study
    11 Bioequivalence for Liposomal Drug Products
    12 Bioequivalence for Drug Products Acting Locally within Gastrointestinal Tract
    13 Bioequivalence for Topical Drug Products
    14 Bioequivalence for Orally Inhaled and Nasal Drug Products
    15 Bioequivalence: Modeling and Simulation
    16 Bioanalysis.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    William H. Eaglstein.
    Summary: "This book explains the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an institution and provides understanding of its nomenclature, societal role, policies, goals and challenges. While many readers will have some knowledge of the FDA, few have an appreciation of the many specific areas of FDA authority. The FDA for Doctors is not for those looking for detailed instruction on dealing with the FDA or its operations. Rather, it is written by a doctor with doctors in mind, with the hope that the information in this book will make physicians, and other readers, more thoughtful and insightful, especially with regards totherapeutics and the many broad societal issues underlying FDA's activities. With over 40 years of experience as a clinical investigator in many trials done for FDA registration, the author has been a member of and chaired an FDA advisory committee, and has been a consultant to several divisions of the FDA. He has also had the opportunity to serve on the U.S. Senate Labor Committee, helping with its FDA oversight activities. In addition to a long academic medical career the author has been a consultant to and a full time employee of drug and device companies"--Back cover.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Tom Brody.
    Summary: FDA's Drug Review Process and the Package Label provides guidance to pharmaceutical companies for writing FDA-submissions, such as the NDA, BLA, Clinical Study Reports, and Investigator's Brochures. The book provides guidance to medical writers for drafting FDA-submissions in a way more likely to persuade FDA reviewers to grant approval of the drug. In detail, the book reproduces data on efficacy and safety from one hundred different FDA-submissions (NDAs, BLAs). The book reproduces comments and complaints from FDA reviewers regarding data that are fragmentary, ambiguous, or that detract from the drug's approvability, and the book reveals how sponsors overcame FDA's concerns and how sponsors succeeded in persuading FDA to grant approval of the drug. The book uses the most reliable and comprehensive source of information available for writing FDA-submissions, namely text and data from NDAs and BLAs, as published on FDA's website. The source material for writing this book included about 80,000 pages from FDA's Medical Reviews, FDA's Clinical Pharmacology Reviews, and FDA's Pharmacology Reviews, from one hundred different NDAs or BLAs for one hundred different drugs. Each chapter focuses on a different section of the package label, e.g., the Dosage and Administration section or the Drug Interactions section, and demonstrates how the sponsor's data supported that section of the package label.

    Contents:
    1. Introduction; 2. FDA's decision-making process when assessing ambiguous data; 3. Food effect studies; 4. Dose modification and dose titration; 5. Contraindications; 6. Animal studies; 7. Drug-drug interactions
    Part One (small molecule drugs); 8. Drug-drug interactions
    Part Two (therapeutic proteins); 9. Immunosuppression, drug-induced hypersensitivity reactions, and drug-induced autoimmune reactions; 10. Drug class analysis; 11. Relatedness; 12. Adjudication of clinical data; 13. Coding; 14. Pooling
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2017
  • Digital
    Matthieu Pelletier-Galarneau, Patrick Martineau, editors.
    Summary: This book is a clinically oriented, up-to-date, and in-depth review of the various applications of FDG-PET/CT and PET/MR in cardiovascular diseases with emphasis on the current available evidence. Positron emission tomography (PET) imaging with fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) has seen increased applications in cardiovascular diseases over the last decades. Its utility is already established in a wide range of conditions, including myocardial viability imaging, assessment of inflammatory diseases such as sarcoidosis and vasculitis, as well as imaging of infectious processes, such as infective endocarditis and cardiac implantable electronic device infection. In addition, there are several emerging indications such as the imaging of left ventricular assisting device infection and native valve endocarditis as well as new applications under investigation. The first section of the book reviews the technical basis of cardiovascular PET/CT and PET/MR imaging as well as cardiac metabolism. The following chapters each present specific pathologies, presenting epidemiology, pathophysiology, and diagnostic strategies, along with high quality clinical cases to support the discussion. The final chapter is a review of 15 interesting and clinically relevant cases. This is an ideal guide for nuclear medicine physicians, cardiologists, radiologists, residents, post-graduate fellows, and technologists.

    Contents:
    Section I: Instrumentation and Metabolism
    Cardiac Positron Emission Tomography Basics
    Cardiac PET/MR basics
    Review of Cardiac Metabolism and FDG
    Myocardial Suppression Protocols
    Section II: Inflammatory and Malignant Disorders
    Cardiac Sarcoidosis
    Myocarditis
    Large Vessel Vasculitis
    Pericardial Diseases
    Ventricular Arrhythmias
    FDG-PET Imaging of Cardiac Tumors
    Section III: Cardiovascular Infections
    Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis
    Native Valve Endocarditis
    Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Infection
    Vascular Graft Infection
    Left Ventricular Assisting Device Infection
    Sternal Wound Infection
    Section IV: Atherosclerotic Disease
    Peripheral Atherosclerotic Disease
    Coronary Artery Disease
    Viability Imaging
    Section V: FDG-PET in Special Populations
    Pediatrics Cardiovascular FDG-PET imaging
    FDG-PET/CT in Heart Transplant
    Pitfalls of FDG-PET in cardiovascular Imaging
    Atlas of Cases.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    edited by Sheila S. David.
    Contents:
    1. Genetic, biochemical, and biophysical methods for studying Fe-S proteins and their assembly
    2. De novo design of iron-sulfur proteins
    3. In vitro studies of cellular iron-sulfur cluster biosynthesis, trafficking, and transport
    4. Combined biochemical, biophysical, and cellular methods to study Fe-S cluster transfer and cytosolic aconitase repair to MitoNEET
    5. Defining the architecture of the core machinery for the assembly of Fe-S clusters in human mitochondria
    6. Fe-S cluster Hsp70 chaperones: the ATPase cycle and protein interactions
    7. B. subtilis as a model for studying the assembly of Fe-S clusters in gram-positive bacteria
    8. Structural characterization of poised states in the oxygen sensitive hydrogenases and nitrogenases
    9. Nitorgenase assembly: strategies and procedures
    10. TsrM as a model for purifying and characterizing cobalamin-dependent radical S-adenosylmethionine methylases
    11. Mechanism-based strategies for structural characterization of radical SAM reaction intermediates
    12. A polymerase with potential: the Fe-S cluster in human DNA primase
    Author index
    Subject index.
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  • Print
    Sabrina Strings.
    Summary: "There is an obesity epidemic in this country and poor black women are particularly stigmatized as "diseased" and a burden on the public health care system. This is only the most recent incarnation of the fear of fat black women, which Sabrina Strings shows took root more than two hundred years ago. Strings weaves together an eye-opening historical narrative ranging from the Renaissance to the current moment, analyzing important works of art, newspaper and magazine articles, and scientific literature and medical journals--where fat bodies were once praised--showing that fat phobia, as it relates to black women, did not originate with medical findings, but with the Enlightenment era belief that fatness was evidence of "savagery" and racial inferiority. The author argues that the contemporary ideal of slenderness is, at its very core, racialized and racist. Indeed, it was not until the early twentieth century, when racialized attitudes against fatness were already entrenched in the culture, that the medical establishment began its crusade against obesity. An important and original work, Fearing the Black Body argues convincingly that fat phobia isn't about health at all, but rather a means of using the body to validate race, class, and gender prejudice."--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Introduction : the original epidemic
    Being Venus
    Plump women and thin, fine men
    The rise of the big black woman
    Birth of the ascetic aesthetic
    American beauty : the reign of the slender aesthetic
    Thinness as American exceptionalism
    Good health to uplift the race
    Fat, revisited
    Epilogue : the obesity epidemic.
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    edited by Chengyu Liu, Jianqing Li.
    Summary: This book discusses feature engineering and computational intelligence solutions for ECG monitoring, with a particular focus on how these methods can be efficiently used to address the emerging challenges of dynamic, continuous & long-term individual ECG monitoring and real-time feedback. By doing so, it provides a "snapshot" of the current research at the interface between physiological signal analysis and machine learning. It also helps clarify a number of dilemmas and encourages further investigations in this field, to explore rational applications of feature engineering and computational intelligence in ECG monitoring. The book is intended for researchers and graduate students in the field of biomedical engineering, ECG signal processing, and intelligent healthcare.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. Feature engineering and computational intelligence in ECG monitoring
    an introduction
    Chapter 2. Representative Databases for Feature Engineering and Computational Intelligence in ECG Processing
    Chapter 3. An Overview of signal quality indices on dynamic ECG signal quality assessment
    Chapter 4. Signal quality features in dynamic ECGs
    Chapter 5. Motion Artifact Suppression Method in Wearable ECG
    Chapter 6. Data Augmentation for Deep Learning based ECG analysis
    Chapter 7. Study on Automatic Classification of Arrhythmias
    Chapter 8. ECG Interpretation with deep learning
    Chapter 9. Visualizing ECG contribution into Convolutional Neural Network classification
    Chapter 10. Atrial fibrillation detection in dynamic signals
    Chapter 11. Applications of Heart rate variability in Sleep Apnea
    Chapter 12. False Alarm Rejection for ICU ECG Monitoring
    Chapter 13. Respiratory Signal Extraction from ECG Signal
    Chapter 14. Noninvasive Recording of Cardiac Autonomic Nervous Activity
    Whats behind ECG?
    Chapter 15. A questionnaire study on artificial intelligence and its effects on individual health and wearable device.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Marco Cascella, Elvio De Blasio.
    Summary: This book underlines how COVID-19 is a multisystem inflammatory disease and how its pathophysiology can predispose to an increased risk of neurological issues. Several scientific pieces of evidence showes the mechanisms underlying the neuroinvasive capacity of the SARS-CoV-2 through direct viral damage and indirect processes entering the CNS by different routes including the vasculature, the olfactory and trigeminal nerves, the cerebrospinal fluid, and the lymphatic system inducing a direct neurotoxicity. Furthermore, the pro-inflammatory cytokine storm and oxidative stress can induce microglial activation and damage to the blood-brain barrier, culminating in widespread neuroinflammatory process. This acute neurotoxicity is clinically expressed as anosmia and ageusia, headache, nausea and vomiting, but other neurologic manifestations such as acute cerebrovascular diseases, consciousness impairment due to encephalitis, and meningitis are also described. The PNS can also be affected by infectious damage and clinical manifestations including Guillain-Barré syndrome, polyneuritis cranialis, and Miller Fisher Syndrome. A special issue concerns the neurocognitive dysfunction and altered consciousness manifested as delirium, agitation and confusion. Non-specific symptoms such as dizziness, seizures can accompany clinical pictures. Regardless of the admission diagnosis, a high percentage of patients discharged from ICUs develop disabilities affecting physical, cognitive and psychological activities. The symptoms such as asthenia, memory disturbances, depression, sleep disturbances, anxiety, and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), configure the so-called Post-intensive Care Syndrome (PICS). Multimodal management during the ICU stay and implementation of follow-up programs at patient discharge can reduce the incidence of this syndrome, improving the quality of life of surviving patients. In this complex scenario, a careful clinical approach through reliable diagnostic tools, and epidemiological studies aimed at evaluating the dimensions of the problem also in economic terms, is urgently needed. This book represents a valuable aid for all those healthcare professionals (intensivists, neurologist and psychiatrists, as well) involved in the management of these critically ill patients.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Part I. Pathophysiology of COVID-19-associated neurotoxicity
    An update on preclinical findings
    Ongoing clinical investigations
    Perspectives
    Part II. Clinical manifestations of acute neurotoxicity
    Clinical features
    CNS complications
    PNS complications
    Diagnosis.-Management
    Perspectives
    Part III. Neurological and psychiatric sequelae in COVID-19 survivors.-Clinical features
    Neurological late complications
    psychological and psychiatric sequelae.-Diagnosis
    Tools
    The role of imaging
    Preventive strategies
    Social and economic impact.-Multidisciplinary management
    Perspectives.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Jean A. Klastersky, Consultant, Medical Oncology, Institut Jules Bordet, Centre des Tumeurs de l'Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium.
    Contents:
    1. Introduction
    2. Prevention of febrile neutropenia
    3. Prediction of the risk of complications associated with febrile neutropenia
    4. Management of low-risk patients
    5. Management of non-low-risk patients with febrile neutropenia
    6. Management of persistent fever in patients with neutropenia despite empirical antibiotic administration
    7. Costs associated with febrile neutropenia
    8. At the extremes of age, febrile neutropenia in children and elderly
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Vincent Bels, Ian Q. Whishaw, editors.
    Summary: This book provides students and researchers with reviews of biological questions related to the evolution of feeding by vertebrates in aquatic and terrestrial environments. Based on recent technical developments and novel conceptual approaches, the book covers functional questions on trophic behavior in nearly all vertebrate groups including jawless fishes. The book describes mechanisms and theories for understanding the relationships between feeding structure and feeding behavior. Finally, the book demonstrates the importance of adopting an integrative approach to the trophic system in order to understand evolutionary mechanisms across the biodiversity of vertebrates.

    Contents:
    Preface
    Chapter 1. Introduction: The trophic system: a complex tool in a complex world
    Part I. Overview: from structure to behavior
    Chapter 2. Feeding, function, and phylogeny: status-of-the-art on biomechanics and form-function relationships in vertebrates
    Chapter 3. What does the mechanics of the skeleton tell us about evolution of form and function in vertebrates?
    Chapter 4. Food capture in Vertebrates: a complex integrative performance of the cranial and postcranial systems
    Chapter 5. Transitions from water to land: terrestrial feeding in fishes
    Chapter 6. The evolution of the hand as a tool in feeding behavior: the multiple motor channel theory of reaching
    Part II. Anatomy, Biomechanics and Behavior in chordate and vertebrate lineages
    Chapter 7. Feeding in jawless fishes
    Chapter 8. Feeding in cartilaginous fishes: An interdisciplinary synthesis
    Chapter 9. Functional Morphology and Biomechanics of Feeding in Fishes
    Chapter 10. Evolutionary specialization of the tongue in vertebrates: structure and function
    Chapter 11. Tetrapod Teeth: Diversity, Evolution, and Function
    Chapter 12. Feeding in amphibians: evolutionary transformations and phenotypic diversity as drivers of feeding system diversity
    Chapter 13. Feeding in lizards: form -function and complex multifunctional system
    Chapter 14. Feeding in snakes: form, function, and evolution of the feeding system
    Chapter 15. Feeding in crocodylians and their relatives: functional insights from ontogeny and evolution
    Chapter 16. Feeding in turtles: understanding terrestrial and aquatic feeding in a diverse but monophyletic group
    Chapter 17. Feeding in Birds: Thriving in Terrestrial, Aquatic, and Aerial Niches
    Chapter 18. F Feeding in mammals: comparative, experimental and evolutionary insights on form and function
    Chapter 19. Feeding in Aquatic Mammals: An Evolutionary and Functional Approach
    Chapter 20. Evolution, constraint and optimality in primate feeding systems
    Chapter 21. The Masticatory Apparatus of Humans (Homo sapiens): Evolution and Comparative Functional Morphology.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Harold N. Levinson.
    Summary: In this ground-breaking book, Dr. Harold Levinson provides his follow-up work about truly understanding and successfully treating children and adults with many and diverse dyslexia-related disorders such as those found on the cover. This fascinating, life-changing title is primarily about helping children who suffer from varied combinations and severities of previously unexplained inner-ear-determined symptoms resulting in difficulties with: reading, writing, spelling, math, memory, speech, sense of direction and time grammar, concentration/activity-level, balance and coordination headaches, nausea, dizziness, ringing ears, and motion-sickness frustration levels and feeling dumb, ugly, klutzy, phobic, and depressed impulsivity, cutting class, dropping out of school, and substance abuse bullying and being bullied as well as anger and social interactions later becoming emotionally traumatized and scarred dysfunctional adults Feeling Smarter and Smarter is thus also about and for the millions of frus-trated and failing adults who are often overwhelmed by similar and even more complicated symptoms—as well as for their dedicated healers. Having laid the initial foundations for his many current insights in an earlier bestseller, Smart But Feeling Dumb, Dr. Levinson now presents a compelling range of enlightening new cases and data as well as a large number of highly original discoveries—such as his challenging illumination that all dyslexia-related manifestations are primarily inner-ear or cerebellar-vestibular—not cerebrally—determined and so do not impair IQ, and an “ingeniously simple” explanatory theory of symptom formation. -- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Dyslexia by any other name
    The bottom line
    A bit of history and discovery
    The turning point : solving the dyslexia riddle
    Listening to dyslexics : my simple clinical path proved key to discovery
    Kathy : the intriguing complexity of dyslexia
    The self-diagnostic test : evaluating patients and theories
    Kathy and the mistaken theories of dyslexia
    The CVS theory of dyslexia : a theory's value is entirely dependent on its explanatory and predictive capabilities
    Only the CVS theory can explain all of Kathy's dyslexic symptoms and mechanisms
    Some important Q&As : especially about the higher cerebellum and Kathy
    Another remarkable case : highlighting the dyslexia/ADD/ADHA/phobia connection
    Making the connections : an introductory overview
    New insights into ADD/ADHD
    The CVS/phobia link : three steps toward conviction
    The reading process in dyslexia
    The "super-ten" basic mechanisms explaining the dyslexia syndrome
    Many helpful therapies
    Four steps to a certain diagnosis
    "I didn't want medical treatment, but..." : depression vs. "dyslexia without 'dyslexia'"
    Real smart drugs and treatment
    An effective partial medical treatment for autism (ASD) and autistic trait disorder or pseudo-autism
    Kathy's favorable response to medical treatment
    Summary
    Closure : the end is just a new beginning.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    William F. Armstrong, Thomas Ryan.
    Summary: "Publisher's Note: Products purchased from 3rd Party sellers are not guaranteed by the Publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Continuing the long-standing Feigenbaum tradition as an authoritative, comprehensive echocardiography resource, the thoroughly revised Feigenbaum's Echocardiography, Eighth Edition, helps echocardiographers, fellows, clinicians, and sonographers master the art and science of echocardiography and stay current with all that's new in the field. Written by William F. Armstrong and Thomas Ryan, it guides you through pertinent physics, technology, clinical applications, and new developments in the field. As in the past, the book is written primarily for the practitioner who uses echocardiographic methods to care for and manage patients, with a focus on appropriate clinical applications.Features enhanced online content including echo clips, case studies, and more.Includes new content specifically for cardiac sonographers. Reflects new training guidelines for cardiology fellows emphasizing the importance of echocardiography in the general practice of cardiology.Describes the interrelationship of other imaging technologies with echocardiography and the role of echo as part of a multimodality approach to patients. Contains more than 1,600 high-quality illustrations - 600 in full color.Covers the use of 3D echocardiography and perfusion imaging; current AHA/ACC guidelines, appropriate use guidelines, and the mechanics and utility of strain and strain rate imaging.Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience with Enhanced Video, Audio and Interactive Capabilities! Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone Customize for your language</B>, including right-to-left reading, vertical writing, and enhanced annotation in over 30 languages Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech Adapt for unique reading needs, supporting learning disabilities, visual/auditory impairments, second-language or literacy challenges, and more"--Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    History
    Physics
    Contrast
    Normal exam
    Systolic Function
    Diastole
    LA, RA, RV
    Hemodynamics
    Pericardial
    Aortic valve
    Mitral valve
    TV and PV
    IE
    Pros valves
    CAD
    Stress echo
    Dilated CM
    HCM and other CM
    CHD
    Aorta
    ICU and Periop
    Systemic diseases
    Masses, tumors, and source of embolus.
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    [edited by] James D. Cherry, Gail J. Harrison, Sheldon L. Kaplan, William J. Steinbach, Peter J. Hotez.
    Summary: "Offering unparalleled coverage of infectious diseases in children and adolescents, Feigin & Cherry's Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Diseases 8th Edition, continues to provide the information you need on epidemiology, public health, preventive medicine, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, and much more. This extensively revised edition by Drs. James Cherry, Gail J. Demmler-Harrison, Sheldon L. Kaplan, William J. Steinbach, and Peter J. Hotez, offers a brand-new full-color design, new color images, new guidelines, and new content, reflecting today's more aggressive infectious and resistant strains as well as emerging and re-emerging diseases"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Part 1: Host-parasite relationships and the pathogenesis of infectious diseases
    Part 2: Infection of specific organ systems. Upper respiratory tract infections
    Lower respiratory tract infections
    Infections of the heart
    Central nervous system infections
    Genitourinary tract infections
    Gastrointestinal tract infections
    Liver diseases
    Other intra-abdominal infections
    Musculoskeletal infections
    Skin infections
    Ocular infectious diseases
    Systemic infectious diseases
    Infections of the fetus and newborn
    Infections of the compromised host
    Unclassified infectious diseases
    Part 3: Infections with specific microorganisms
    Bacterial infections
    Gram-positive cocci
    Gram-negative cocci
    Gram-positive bacilli
    Gram-negative bacilli
    Treponemataceae
    Anaerobic bacteria
    Viral Infections. Classification and nomenclature of viruses. DNA viruses.
    Parvoviridae
    Polyomaviridae
    Adenoviridae
    Hepatoviridae
    Herpesviridae
    Poxviridae
    RNA viruses. Picornaviridae
    Caliciviridae
    Reoviridae
    Togaviridae
    Flaviviridae
    Orthomyxoviridae
    Paramyxoviridae
    Rhabdoviridae
    Arenaviridae and Filoviridae
    Coronaviridae and Toroviridae
    Bunyaviridae
    Retroviridae
    Prion-related diseases
    Chlamydia
    Rickettsial diseases
    Mycoplasma
    Fungal diseases
    Parasitic diseases
    Protozoa
    Nematodes
    Cestodes
    Trematodes
    Arthropods
    Global health
    Part 4: Therapeutics. Antibiotic resistance
    Part 5: Prevention of infectious diseases. Other preventative considerations
    Part 6: Approach to the laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
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    Müller, Otfried.
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    1. Zur normalen Anatomie und Physiologie sowie allgemeinen Pathologie des feinsten Gefässabschnittes beim Menschen.
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    edited by Martin Hewison [and five others].
    Summary: Vitamin D deficiency is a worldwide problem linked to numerous diseases affecting men, women, and children of all ages. Enormous progress in the study of vitamin D has been made since the first edition of this highly-acclaimed book was published nearly 20 years ago, and current research continues to draw headlines. Feldman and Pike's Vitamin D, Fifth Edition continues to build on the successful formula from previous editions, taking the reader from the basic elements of fundamental research to the most sophisticated concepts in therapeutics. The two comprehensive volumes provide investigators, clinicians, and students with a comprehensive, definitive, and up-to-date compendium of the diverse scientific and clinical aspects of vitamin D, where each area is covered by both basic and clinical experts in the field. In Volume I: Biochemistry, Physiology and Diagnostics, international experts in endocrinology, bone biology, and human physiology take readers through the basic research of vitamin D. This impressive reference presents a comprehensive review of the multi-faceted actions of vitamin D relating both to skeletal and extra-skeletal action. Researchers from all areas of vitamin D will gain insight into how clinical observations and practices can feed back into the research cycle and will, therefore, be able to develop more targeted genomic, proteomic and metabolomic insights into the mechanisms of disease.
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    edited by Martin Hewison [and five others].
    Summary: Vitamin D deficiency is a worldwide problem linked to numerous diseases affecting men, women, and children of all ages. Enormous progress in the study of vitamin D has been made since the first edition of this highly-acclaimed book was published nearly 20 years ago, and current research continues to draw headlines. Feldman and Pike's Vitamin D, Fifth Edition continues to build on the successful formula from previous editions, taking the reader from the basic elements of fundamental research to the most sophisticated concepts in therapeutics. The two comprehensive volumes provide investigators, clinicians, and students with a comprehensive, definitive, and up-to-date compendium of the diverse scientific and clinical aspects of vitamin D, where each area is covered by both basic and clinical experts in the field. In Volume II: Health, Disease and Therapy authoritatively covers the evidence for new roles of vitamin D, ranging from organ transplantation to cancer, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, multiple sclerosis, and renal disease. The coverage is appropriately broad, drawing on aspects of internal medicine, pediatrics, nutrition, orthopedics, oncology, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, and immunology, as well as, new areas for vitamin D including liver metabolism, veterinary medicine and ICU care - including COVID-19. Clinical researchers will gain a strong understanding of the molecular basis for a particular disease and better understand future directions for research in this still-growing field.
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    edited by Paulo V.M. Steagall, Sheilah A. Robertson, Polly Taylor.
    Contents:
    Handling, restraint, and pre-anesthetic assessment
    Anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology
    Sedation and premedication
    Injectable anesthetics and induction of anesthesia
    Local anesthetics and loco-regional techniques
    Inhalation and balanced anesthesia
    Monitoring
    Fluid therapy
    Anesthetic management of special conditions
    Anesthetic complications
    Mechanisms of pain
    Assessment and recognition of acute pain
    Treatment of acute (adaptive) pain
    Assessment and recognition of chronic (maladaptive) pain
    Treatment of chronic (maladaptive) pain.
    Digital Access Wiley 2018
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    Chiara Noli, Silvia Colombo, editors.
    Summary: This richly-illustrated handbook covers all aspects of modern feline dermatology, from the approach to different signs and symptoms to the description of the etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestation, diagnosis and current treatment of each feline dermatological disease. Thus this manual serves as essential practical guide to the busy practitioner to quickly and surely tackle cats with dermatological conditions, and offers a current and complete reference tool for the feline veterinarian and the veterinary dermatologist.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Foreword for Feline Dermatology
    Preface
    Contents
    Contributors
    Part I: Introductory Chapters
    Structure and Function of the Skin
    The Skin Organ
    Epidermis
    Epidermal Basement Membrane
    Dermis
    Panniculus
    Skin Adnexa (Skin Appendages)
    Hair Follicles
    Skin Glands
    Claws
    External Ear (Chapter, Otitis)
    Skin Pigmentation
    General Skin Functions
    Physical Barrier Function
    Immune Defense
    Thermoregulation
    Metabolic Functions
    Communication
    Sensory Perception
    References
    Coat Color Genetics
    The Coat
    Function
    Morphology Blue
    Chocolate
    Lilac
    Cinnamon
    Fawn
    Red and Tortoiseshell
    Red
    Cream
    Blue-Cream
    Siamese Pattern
    cb Burmese
    cs Siamese
    ca Blue-Eyed Albino
    c Pink-Eyed Albino
    White Spotting
    Mitted
    Bicolour
    Harlequin
    Van
    Sacred Cat of Birman
    Dominant White
    Silver Coats
    Smoke
    Shaded
    Chinchilla
    Silver Tabby
    Cameo
    Golden
    The Vibrissae
    General References
    Approach to the Feline Patient: General and Dermatological Examination
    Introduction
    Before the Cat Arrives
    The Waiting Room
    The Consultation Room Hair Growth Cycle
    Melanin Synthesis
    The Genes Controlling Hair Length, Structure and Texture
    Length Genes
    Structure and Texture
    r genes
    Cornish Rex
    Devon Rex
    h genes
    Sphynx/Bambino/Elf/Dwelf
    Hrbd genes
    Donskoy/Peterbald/Levkoy
    Wh Genes
    Wirehair
    The Genes Controlling Coat Coloration and Patterns
    Tabby
    Agouti and Non-agouti
    Patterns
    Ticked Tabby or Abyssinian (Ta Gene)
    Mackerel Tabby (T Gene)
    Spotted Tabby (T Gene)
    Blotched Tabby (tb Gene)
    Differences Between Tabby and Self-Coloured
    Self or Solid Colours
    Dilution
    Black Signalment and History
    Clinical Presentation
    Miliary Dermatitis
    Diagnostic Algorithm
    References
    General References
    Plaques, Nodules and Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex Lesions
    Definitions
    Pathogenesis
    Diagnostic Approach
    Signalment and History
    Clinical Presentation
    Diagnostic Algorithm
    References
    Further Readings
    Excoriations, Erosions and Ulcers
    Definitions
    Pathogenesis
    Diagnostic Approach
    Signalment and History
    Clinical Presentation
    Head and Neck Pruritus
    Diagnostic Algorithm
    References
    General References
    Scaling The Consultation Process
    History Taking
    Physical Examination
    Diagnostic Investigations
    Trichogram
    Skin Scraping
    Tape Strip Test ("Scotch Tape" or "Acetate Tape" Test)
    Coat Brushings
    Wood's Lamp Illumination
    Cytology
    Skin Biopsy
    References
    Part II: Problem Oriented Approach to...:
    Alopecia
    Definitions
    Pathogenesis
    Diagnostic Approach
    Signalment and History
    Clinical Presentation
    Diagnostic Algorithm
    References
    General References
    Papules, Pustules, Furuncles and Crusts
    Definitions
    Pathogenesis
    Diagnostic Approach
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Lawrence R. Goodman.
    Contents:
    The radiographic examination : the basics
    Cross-sectional imaging techniques
    The normal chest x-ray : reading like the pros
    Chest CT : putting it all together
    Lobar anatomy
    The silhouette sign
    The air bronchogram sign
    Signs of lung and lobar collapse
    Patterns of lung disease
    Understanding the mediastinum
    The pleural and extrapleural spaces
    Cardiovascular disease.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2015
  • Digital
    Lawrence R. Goodman.
    Contents:
    Felson’s ten axioms for a lifetime of learning in medicine
    The radiographic examination: the basics
    Cross-sectional imaging techniques
    The normal chest x-ray: reading like the pros
    Chest CT: putting it all together
    Lobar anatomy
    The silhouette sign
    The air bronchogram sign
    Signs of lung and lobar collapse
    Patterns of lung disease
    Understanding the mediastinum
    The pleural and extrapleural spaces
    Cardiovascular disease
    Quiz: ten great cases.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2021
  • Digital
    Maria Cristina Meriggiola, Kristina Gemzell-Danielsson, editors.
    Summary: This book provides healthcare professionals, the medical community, residents and students with an up-to-date handbook on current female and male contraceptive options. It illustrates the process of contraceptive development, from ancient times to steroid discovery up to the most recent formulations that provide not only an optimal contraceptive efficacy but also complimentary health benefits for women. It offers a comprehensive overview of the current knowledge on this topic, ranging from biological contraceptive mechanisms to the challenges of contraceptive use in different clinical conditions. It also presents reviews of the current latest, including preclinical and clinical research, to provide detailed and up-to-date information on recently developed contraceptives. It also features a section on counseling, which is highly relevant to optimal contraceptive provision and compliance. Each chapter has been written by a leading expert in the field and provides a comprehensive reference on the topic as well as practical implications. As such, this book provides accessible and authoritative information for clinicians in their everyday practice and for students interested in expanding their knowledge on the topic.

    Contents:
    Part I Overview on contraception: Birth control methods: from ancient times to the future
    Best practices for contraceptive counseling
    Contraception and sexuality
    Contraception and mood
    Part II Female contraceptives: Non-hormonal contraceptives
    The SARCs: combined hormonal contraceptives and progestin-only pills
    The advantages of LARC methods
    Medical eligibility criteria for contraceptive use
    Venous and arteriosus risks associated with old and new oral contraceptive formulations
    Non-contraceptive benefits of hormonal methods
    Oncologic risks and prevention
    Emergency contraception
    Part III Management of female contraception throughout women's lifetime: Contraception and issues specific to adolescents
    Post-partum and peri-abortion contraception
    Contraception in the premenopausal women
    Contraceptive choice in women with PCOS
    Part IV Management of female contraception in women with medical conditions: Contraception in women with cardiovascular diseases
    Contraception in women with metabolic diseases
    Contraception in women with neurological diseases
    Contraception in women with oncological conditions
    Contraception in women with rheumatologic diseases and post transplantation
    Drug interactions with contraceptives
    Bone health and contraception
    Part V Male contraception: current options and ongoing research : The male role in family planning today
    Acceptability of male hormonal contraception
    Male contraception: non-hormonal methods
    Male contraception: hormonal methods.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Michael Grynberg, Pasquale Patrizio, editors.
    Summary: This book comprehensively addresses female and male fertility preservation. It discusses in detail all major aspects of fertility preservation in both sexes, explains the basis of fertility preservation, and highlights the currently available techniques; further chapters are dedicated to specific diseases. The book offers an essential reference guide for all physicians, specialists or not, seeking to improve their grasp of female and male fertility preservation.

    Contents:
    Part I FEMALE FERTILITY PRESERVATION Normal ovarian ageing
    The effect of chemotherapy and radiotherapy on female reproductive tract
    Pediatric cancer and fertility
    ART in cancer survivors: including egg donation
    Fertility sparing surgery in gynecologic cancers
    Ovarian transposition
    Hormonal suppression for ovarian protection
    Oocyte and embryo cryopreservation: methodology and clinical results
    Ovarian stimulation for fertility preservation (different protocols)
    In vitro maturation of oocytes
    Ovarian tissue cryopreservation
    Techniques of ovarian transplantation
    Assessing safety in ovarian transplantation
    Whole ovary cryopreservation and transplantation
    Fertility preservation in breast cancer patients
    Fertility preservation and endometriosis
    Fertility preservation in autoimmune diseases
    Fertility preservation in transgender males
    Fertility preservation in Turner syndrome and other gonadal dysgeneses
    Tissue preparation and follicle activation by physical methods
    Fertility preservation in children and adolescents
    Social egg freezing
    Ovarian tissue banking to postpone menopause
    Endometrial stem cells transplantation
    Uterine transplantation
    Surrogacy
    Medical treatments for ovarian protection
    Transplantation of isolated follicles
    In vitro folliculogenesis
    Artificial ovary
    Gamete production from stem cells
    Part II MALE FERTILITY PRESERVATION Impact of cancer treatments on sperm chromatin integrity
    ART in cancer patients including sperm donation
    Sperm cryopreservation
    Indications and methods of Epididymal or Testicular sperm retrieval for cryopreservation
    Testis sparing surgery
    Hormonal suppression for FP in male
    Fertility preservation in hypogonadal men
    Fertility preservation in prepubertal boys
    Fertility preservation in transgender females
    Testicular tissue transplantation
    Removal of malignant cells prior to autotransplantation of spermatogonial stem cells
    Transplantation of cryopreserved spermatogonia
    In vitro spermatogenesis
    Part III FEMALE AND MALE FERTILITY PRESERVATION Psychological aspects of fertility preservation
    Ethical considerations of fertility preservation
    Legal aspects.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    edited by Rachel M. Frank ; associate editors, Elizabeth G. Matzkin, Mary K. Mulcahey.
    Digital Access
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  • Digital
    Catherine M. Gordon, Meryl S. LeBoff, editors.
    Summary: This is the first book of its kind to focus solely on the female athlete triad - its origins, its recognition, and most importantly, its management. Since the symptoms themselves cover a range of medical specialties, chapters are written by experts in a number of relevant fields - sports medicine, orthopedics, endocrinology, and pediatrics - with an eye toward overall care of the young female athlete. Additionally, each chapter includes suggestions on how to educate and communicate with young athletes and their parents, as well as trainers and coaches, on how to manage the illness outside of the direct clinical setting. The female athlete triad is often seen in sports where low body weight is emphasized, such as gymnastics, figure skating, and running, though it can appear in any sport or activity. The interrelated symptoms - eating disorders, amenorrhea, and low bone mass - exist on a spectrum of severity and are serious and potentially life-threatening if not properly treated. Psychological problems, in addition to medical ones, are not uncommon. The Female Athlete Triad: A Clinical Guide discusses all of these areas for a well-rounded and in-depth approach to the phenomenon and will be a useful reference for any clinician working with female athletes across the lifespan.

    Contents:
    Definition and Epidemiology of the Female Athlete Triad
    Sports Nutrition
    The Menstrual Cycle
    Exercise and the Female Skeleton
    Assessment of Bone Health in the Young Athlete
    Neuroendocrine Abnormalities in Female Athletes
    Eating Disorders
    Stress Fractures
    Female Athlete Triad: Rehabilitation and Psychological Implications
    Strategies to Promote Bone Health in Female Athletes
    Future Directions and Research Agenda.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Nikhil Khattar, Rishi Nayyar, Arabind Panda, editors.
    Springer Nature eBook.
    Summary: Urinary symptoms in women have a very high prevalence rate. While the storage function of the bladder is similar in both genders, voiding function has marked differences with obvious anatomic and physiological genitourinary distinctions. Despite all advances in contemporary diagnostics and imaging, female bladder outlet obstruction and urethral stricture disease remain a conundrum to be deciphered in clinical practice. It is also seen that the female voiding symptoms and bladder outlet obstruction are poorly understood entities; which is also evident from the fact that Urethral dilatation in women is still a widely practiced procedure. This book provides a comprehensive understanding of female voiding disorders leading to bladder outlet obstruction and helps identify the women who will actually need reconstructive surgeries. The book begins with what is normal female voiding and then goes on to describe the various definitions of female bladder outlet obstruction along with controversies in Urodynamic diagnosis . As the functional causes are more common than actual strictures, this book elucidates on the knowledge of each of these differentials with their basic understanding and treatment outline, further throwing knowledge on the anatomical causes like pelvic organ prolapse and female urethral stricture. A separate section is dedicated to female urethral surgical anatomy and urethral reconstruction for urethral stricture as well as pelvic fracture urethral injury in females.

    Contents:
    Part 1: Pathophysiology and differential diagnoses of female bladder outlet obstruction
    Physiology of female Voiding: Are there many normals?
    Female bladder outlet obstruction: Whom to work up and what to look for?
    Controversies in Diagnosis of Bladder Outlet Obstruction in women: A urodynamic perspective
    Dysfunctional voiding in women
    Primary bladder neck obstruction as a cause for female bladder outlet obstruction
    Fowler's syndrome
    Pelvic organ descent as a cause of bladder outlet obstruction
    Female urethral stricture
    Bladder outlet obstruction after sling surgery for stress urinary incontinence
    Working algorithm for female voiding LUTS
    Part 2: Treatment modalities for female bladder outlet obstruction and urethral reconstruction
    Pharmacotherapy for female bladder outlet obstruction
    Urethral dilatation and minimally invasive surgical options for female bladder outlet obstruction
    Applied anatomy of urethra for female urethral reconstruction
    Dorsal (Anterior) Onlay Urethroplasty for female urethral stricture
    Ventral (Posterior) Onlay Augmentation Urethroplasty For Female Urethral Stricture
    Dorsal (Anterior) Inlay technique for buccal mucosal graft for female urethroplasty
    Ventral (Posterior) Inlay technique for female urethroplasty
    Labial and Vaginal Flaps in female urethroplasty
    Female Pelvic Fracture associated Urethral Injury and Stricture: Principles of Management
    Female Anastomotic Urethroplasty.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    edited by Christine A. Hamori, Paul E. Banwell, Red Alinsod.
    Contents:
    Anatomy and classification of the female genitalia : implications for surgical management / Paul E. Banwell
    Psychosocial issues and social mores in female genital aesthetic surgery : what is normal? / Kharen Ichino, Jennifer L. Walden
    Informed consent and liability in cosmetic genital surgery / Neal R. Reisman
    Labial reduction : surgical wedge technique / Christine Hamori
    Labia minora reduction surgery : curved linear resection / Red Alinsod
    Labia majora reduction surgery : majoraplasty / Red Alinsod
    Clitoral hood reduction techniques / Otto J. Placik
    Augmentation of the labia majora with fat grafting / Lina Triana, Mildred M. Martínez, Paul E. Banwell
    Augmentation of the labia majora with fillers / Nicolas Berreni
    Complications of female cosmetic genital surgery / Christine Hamori
    Perineoplasty and vaginoplasty / Marco Pelosi II, Marco Pelosi III
    Hymenoplasty / Otto J. Placik
    Auxiliary procedures / Clara Santos, Red Alinsod
    Future avenues and advances / Colin C.M. Moore
    O-shot / Charles Runels
    Transcutaneous temperature-controlled radiofrequency for vulvovaginal rejuvenation / Red Alinsod
    Fractional erbium laser for vaginal rejuvenation / Evgenii Leshunov.
  • Digital
    Pentti M. Rautaharju.
    Summary: This book reviews the promising new electrocardiographic (ECG) predictors of cardiac morbidity and mortality with the primary objective being to evaluate gender differences in special ECG features and in ECG predictors for the risk of adverse cardiac events and to explore mechanisms for gender differences in risk predictors. The Female Electrocardiogram elucidates the emergence of gender differences in ECG features and evaluates repolarization-related ECG predictors of various clinical disease categories with a special scope to interpret the mechanism and gender differences of the findings. The author examines how the predictors of adverse cardiac events are linked to basic electrophysiological finding whenever adequate information is available in this rapidly advances realm of research. The overall goal of the book is to facilitate understanding of the mechanisms and clinical relevance of repolarization abnormalities in both clinical and epidemiological applications, and as such will be of great interest to all who manage patients using ECG whether they be cardiac electrophysiologists, clinical cardiologists, critical care physicians or any medical professional in the disciplines covered.

    Contents:
    Special Features of the female electrocardiogram
    Gender Differences Emerging During Adolescence in Heart Rate, QRS Duration and ST Elevation
    The Repolarization Model
    Conceptual Considerations
    Electrocardiographic Predictors Coronary Heart Disease Death in Women
    ECG Predictors of Atrial Fibrillation and Heart Failure
    ECG Predictors of Sudden Cardiac Death
    The Utility of the Electrocardiogram in Left Ventricular Hypertrophy
    Ventricular Conduction Defects in Women
    ST-T waveform features, QT and mortality risk
    Statistical expressions for peaked vs. flat T wave and T wave asymmetry.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    edited by Sarah M. Creighton, Lih-Mei Liao.
    Summary: An analysis of the cultural and economic drivers of the growing phenomenon of FGCS, written by cross-disciplinary experts, this book challenges the concept of individual consumer choice in FGCS: a decision that is rarely exercised in a socio-cultural vacuum. Four distinct aspects of FGCS are covered: variations in female genital anatomy; surgical techniques and evidence; historical contexts and ethical dilemmas; norm-critical understandings to inform professional responses. Rendering philosophical critiques accessible, and exposing dubious social values that underpin the practice, this text is crucial in driving a broader understanding of FGCS as a cultural phenomenon of our times. Only with a fuller understanding of the multiple perspectives of FGCS, can there be sensible alternatives for women and girls psychologically troubled by their natural, healthy form. Offering explanations and interventions at individual, institutional and societal levels, this text will be valued by both professional and non-professional audiences.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019
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    Ngianga-Bakwin Kandala, Paul Nzinga Komba.
    Summary: This book uses global household data to examine the prevalence, trends and geographic variation of female genital mutilation (FGM) around the world. It also addresses the underlying legal and policy aspects as well as explores the medical consequences, both immediate and long term, for those undergoing the practice. The book analyses the position of victims of this gender-based violence both from the medical and legal perspective and adopts a largely practical approach to the study of the practices, offering a fresh thinking into one of the challenges in global health and the law. In addition, it offers some insights into how health professionals can approach this category of victims and how legal practitioners can obtain a good legal result for their clients before domestic and international forums. The book addresses fundamental issues such as state liability and defences in enforcement proceedings for actions or omission of state or non-state actors, and due diligence standard in international human rights law, the main gateways available for obtaining relief for the victims of FGM. This book goes beyond the traditional debate between zero tolerance and those who wish to see the practice medicalised and tolerated and favours an advocacy programme standing firmly in favour of the right of FGM victims. This book offers a unique perspective likely to assist victims and their representatives to secure a remedy against perpetrators and the state. As such this book will be of interest to medical professionals, national and international lawyers, academics and policymakers in the field of public health.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Jasmine Abdulcadir, Noémie Sachs Guedj, Michal Yaron, editors.
    Summary: This open access illustrated guide focuses on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) in children and adolescents. FGM/C comprises all procedures that involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or injury to the female genital organs for nonmedical reasons. It is mainly carried out during childhood, before the age of 15. The signs of FGM/C can be subtle, and the examiner must be trained with a wide range of normal genitalia both before and after puberty, FGM/C types and subtypes, complications and differential diagnosis. This volume is a reference containing iconographic material of both pre and post pubertal genitals with and without genital cutting. This book will guide health care professionals in making the correct diagnosis, outline the clinical management, enhance patients provider communication, and will enable accurate recording and reporting to governments where required.

    Contents:
    1. Assessing the child/young person with suspected FGM/C
    2. How does the child first present?
    3. Clinical Setting
    4. Taking the history
    5. The examination
    6. Where FGM/C is confirmed
    7. When FGM/C is not identified
    8. Conclusion
    9. Appendix 1: Consent and photography
    10. Appendix 2: Informed Consent
    11. Appendix 3: Trauma-informed care
    12. Appendix 4 : Photography : Technical Tips.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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    edited by Michael P. Goodman.
    Contents:
    Genital plastics : the history of development / Michael P. Goodman, with contributions from David Matlock
    Anatomic considerations / Orawee Chinthakanan, Robert D. Moore, John R. Miklos
    Definitions / Michael P. Goodman
    Philosophy, rationale, and patient selection / Michael P. Goodman
    Ethical considerations of female genital plastic/cosmetic surgery / Andrew T. Goldstein, Sarah L. Jutrzonka
    Patient protection and pre-operative assessment / Michael P. Goodman
    Surgical procedures I : vulva and mons pubis / Michael P. Goodman, with contributions from David Matlock, Alex Simopoulos, Bernard W. Stern, Otto J. Placik
    Surgical procedures II : perineoplasty, vaginoplasty, colpoperineoplasty ("vaginal rejuvenation") / Robert D. Moore, John R. Miklos, Orawee Chinthakanan
    The biomechanics and physiology of clitoral and vaginally activated orgasm : impact of vaginal tightening operations / Michael P. Goodman
    The G-spot / Dudley Robinson, Linda Cardozo
    Post-operative care / Michael P. Goodman
    Aesthetic male-to-female transsexual surgery / Marci Bowers
    Anesthetic choices and office based surgery / Michael P. Goodman
    Non-surgical cosmetic vulvo-vaginal procedures / Gustavo Leibaschoff, Pablo Gonzalez Isaza
    Surgical risks and untoward outcomes / Otto J. Placik
    Revisions and re-operations / Michael P. Goodman
    Psychosexual issues / Michael P. Goodman
    Outcomes / Michael P. Goodman
    Pearls for practice / Michael P. Goodman
    Standards of care / Michael P. Goodman.
    Digital Access Wiley 2016
  • Digital
    Grigoris F. Grimbizis [and more], editors.
    Contents:
    Part 1: basics
    1. Normal embryological development of the female genital tract
    2. Pathogenesis and aetiology of female genital malformations
    3. Implantation in women with uterine congenital malformations
    4. Classification of female genital malformations.-Part 2: Screening and diagnosis of female genital malformations
    5. Hysterosalpingography
    6. 2D Ultrasound and sonohysterography for the diagnosis of Female Genital Anomalies
    7. 3D Ultrasound
    8. Magnetic resonance imaging for the Diagnosis of Female Genital Anomalies
    9. Diagnosis of Uterine Congenital Anomalies: Endoscopy
    10. Current Work-Up for Screening And Diagnosing Female Genital Malformations
    Part 3: Clinical implications of the female genital malformations
    11. Prevalence in the general and selected populations
    12. Health problems related to female genital malformations: obstructive and complex anomalies
    13. Fertility in women with uterine anomalies
    14. Pregnancy outcome in women with uterine anomalies
    15. Cervical Weakness in women who have uterine anomalies: Impact on pregnancy outcomes.- Part 4: Treatment of vaginal aplasia / techniques and results
    16. Frank dilators
    17. Vulvo-Perineoplasty Creatsas Vaginoplasty
    18. Neovagina formation with expansion of vaginal vault
    19. Neovagina formation with the use of peritoneum
    20. Neovagina formation with the use of bowel
    21. Vaginal Aplasia: Critical Overview of Available Treatment Options
    Part 5: Treatment of obstructive anomalies
    22. Vaginal septae and imperforate hymen
    23. Treatment of Obstructing Anomalies: Cervical aplasia
    24. Treatment of Patients with Non-communicating Horns with Cavity
    Part 6: Treatment of uterine malformations
    25. T-shaped uterus
    26. Septum resection: Techniques and Post-Treatment Reproductive Performance
    27. Bicorporeal uterus: treatment options
    28. Bicorporeal Uterus: Laparoscopic Metroplasty
    Part 7: Disorders of sex development
    29. Disorders of Sex Development: Classification and Treatment.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    International Agency for Research on Cancer ; [edited by the] WHO Classification of Tumours Editorial Board.
    Print Access Request
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    RC280.G5 W675 2020
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    Kathleen Kobashi, Steven Wexner, editors.
    Summary: This book is designed as a guide for management of advanced clinical scenarios encountered by the contemporary pelvic floor surgeon. It is organized by pelvic floor disorder (PFD) and covers the evaluation and treatment of urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse. Opening chapters in each section cover the fundamentals of proper and comprehensive assessment of patient PFDs, as well as the treatment options that are available for each disorder. The book then focuses on more complex and challenging situations that are becoming more frequently encountered as the number of patients being treated for PFD increases and the length of patient follow-up grows. Each chapter finally includes an expert commentary to address these new scenarios and offers a shifted approach from that required for treatment-naive patients. Female Pelvic Medicine: Challenging Cases with Expert Commentary teaches the reader how to approach the most difficult of clinical situations in a multidisciplinary fashion. .

    Contents:
    Basic Evaluation of the Patient with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (General Review)
    The Role of Urodynamics
    Anorectal Physiology Testing
    Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Fecal Incontinence
    Imaging in Pelvic Floor Medicine: Roles of Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound, CT, MRI
    The Importance of a Multidisciplinary Approach to Pelvic Floor Disorders
    Overview of treatment of urinary incontinence
    Mixed Urinary Incontinence: Strategic Approach
    Complex Cases of SUI
    Refractory Overactive Bladder
    Treatment for Fecal Incontinence: Non-Surgical Approaches
    Treatment for Fecal Incontinence: Sphincteroplasty and Postanal Repair
    Treatment for Fecal Incontinence: Muscle Transposition
    Treatment for Fecal Incontinence: Stimulation
    Approach to Pelvic Organ Prolapse
    Addressing Recurrent Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Unique Challenges of Recurrent Prolapse
    High Grade Prolapse
    Voiding Dysfunction or Urinary Retention Following Pelvic Floor Reconstruction
    Addressing Pelvic Floor Disorders in Patients with Neurogenic Bladder
    Mesh Complications in the Female Lower Urinary Tract
    Severe Urethral Stenosis/Complete Urethral Obliteration.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Farzeen Firoozi, editor.
    Summary: Female Pelvic Surgery provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art surgical review of this field and will serve as a valuable resource for clinicians and surgeons. The text reviews the basic indications for treatment and details the many surgical approaches to the management of all pelvic floor disorders. In addition to step-by-step description in text, the volume provides illustrations/photographs of surgical techniques. Integration of surgical methods demonstrating the major repairs described in each section augment the textbook and serve as the tool for the education of clinicians and surgeons. Female Pelvic Surgery provides a concise and comprehensive review of all the surgical approaches to female pelvic surgery and thus it will serve as an extremely useful resource for physicians dealing with and interested in the treatment of pelvic floor disorders.

    Contents:
    Anatomy of the Female Genitourinary Tract
    Instrumentation for Female Pelvic Surgery
    Surgical Management of Stress Urinary Incontinence
    Sacral Neuromodulation
    Transvaginal Prolapse Repair
    Obliterative Vaginal Procedures
    Open Transabdominal Sacrocolpopexy
    Laparoscopic and Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy
    Transvaginal Urethrolysis for Urethral Obstruction
    Vaginal Fistula Repairs
    Repair of Urethral Diverticula
    Augmentation Cystoplasty
    Urethroplasty for Female Urethral Stricture
    Excision of Vaginal Cysts
    Transvaginal Closure of Bladder Neck
    Surgical Therapy for Fecal Incontinence
    Botulinum Toxin Therapy for Voiding Dysfunction and the Female Pelvic Floor
    Construction of the Neovagina.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Farzeen Firoozi, editor.
    Summary: The fully updated edition of this text provides a state-of-the-art surgical review of female pelvic surgery, and will serve as a valuable resource for clinicians and surgeons dealing with, and interested in the treatment of pelvic floor disorders. The book reviews the basic indications for treatment and details the many surgical approaches to the management of all pelvic floor disorders, including stress urinary incontinence, transvaginal prolapse, transabdominal sacrocolpopexy, robotic/laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy, vaginal and vulvar cysts, and interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome. In addition to step-by-step descriptions, the text is augmented with illustrations and photographs of surgical techniques demonstrating the major repairs described in each section. Written by experts in their fields, the second edition of Female Pelvic Surgery provides a concise and comprehensive review of all surgical approaches to female pelvic surgery.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    Jennifer E. Dietrich, editor.
    Summary: Female Puberty: A Comprehensive Guide for Clinicians is a practical reference, covering the full range of issues related to pubertal development. Developed to answer pointed clinical questions and to provide a thorough review of the literature, the book covers both the basics and the complexities of puberty, encompassing psychosocial development to pubertal nuances in highly specialized populations. Comprehensive in scope, this title offers concepts that are concisely conveyed and chapters that complement each other well. Complex subjects such as details of the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis are covered in a readily understandable manner, and bullet points throughout the text serve as helpful reminders to the reader. An invaluable contribution to the literature, Female Puberty: A Comprehensive Guide for Clinicians will be of great interest to all health providers concerned with female reproductive health - including obstetrician gynecologists, reproductive endocrine specialists, pediatricians, pediatric specialists, family practitioners, and allied health professionals.

    Contents:
    History and Trends of Pubertal Development in Females
    Normal Pubertal Physiology in Females
    Genetics of Puberty
    Psychology and Neurobiology of Puberty
    Fetal and Neonatal Puberty
    Central Precocious Puberty
    Peripheral Precocious Puberty
    Isolated Precocious Puberty
    Constitutional Delay of Puberty
    Hormonal Causes of Delayed Puberty
    Anatomic Causes for Delayed Puberty
    Genetic Causes of Delayed Puberty
    Consideration of Pubertal Events Among Patients with Disorders of Sexual Differentiation
    Puberty in Developmentally Delayed or Physically Challenged Patients.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Felice Petraglia, Bart C. Fauser, editors.
    Contents:
    Part I Hypothalamic-Pituitary-ovary axis disorders: The hypothalamus-pituitary-ovary axis
    The menstrual cycle and related disorders
    The Polycystic ovary syndrome
    Menstrual disorders related to endocrine diseases
    The menstrual disorders related to systemic diseases
    Hormones and sex behaviour
    Hormonal contraception
    Part II Uterine disorders: Endometriosis
    Uterine fibroids and adenomyosis
    Abnormal uterine bleeding
    Part III Infertility: Infertility
    Diagnostic protocols
    Hormonal treatments
    Assisted reproductive technologies
    Part IV Menopause: Premature ovarian insufficiency
    Climacteric syndrome
    Long-term consequences of menopause
    Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
    Menopause and bone metabolism
    Part V Pregnancy: Endocrinology of maternal-placental axis
    The "great obstetrical syndromes"
    Part VI Breast: Hormones, breast disorders and lactation.
    Digital Access
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    Springer Live
    2019- Continuously updated edition
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    Summary: Create random quizzes of review questions
    Digital Access AccessObGyn 2014
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    Elisabetta Costantini, Donata Villari, Maria Teresa Filocamo, editors.
    Contents:
    Sociocultural considerations / Donata Villari
    Anatomical and physiological description of women's sexuality / Serena Maruccia and Angela Maurizi
    Female sexuality: a state of mind / Linda Vignozzi
    Evaluation systems of female sexual function / Maria Teresa Filocamo and Nadine Di Donato
    Becoming a woman: when and why gender dysphoria may challenge the basic steps of women's sexual identity / Alessandra Graziottin
    Endometriosis and sexuality / Nadine Di Donato and Renato Serachhioli
    POP and impact of surgery on female sexual life / Montserrat Espuña Pons, Franca Natale, and Elisabetta Costantini
    Urinary incontinence and mid-urethral slings: which is the impact on female sexual life? / Elisabetta Costantini
    Female sexual life during malignancies / Donata Villari
    Sexuality in couples with reproductive difficulties / Lucia Alves Silva Lara
    Sexuality after abuse / Valeria Dubini
    Female sexual dysfunction in alcohol and drug abuse / Marina Ziche
    Female sexual function during male sexual dysfunction and vice versa / Maria Antonella Bertozzi and Valeria Ales
    Female sexuality in chronic pelvic pain / Antonella Giannantoni
    Female sexual function and neurological disease / Elena Andretta
    Female genital cosmetic surgery / Sushma Srikrishna and Linda Cardozo
    Role of physical therapy in the treatment of female dysfunction / Merete Kolber Tennfjord, Marie Ellström Engh, and Kari Bø.
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    Anne P. Cameron, editor.
    Summary: This book provides a comprehensive review of the etiology, anatomy, diagnosis, treatments, and future directions of care for female incontinence. It includes a historical review of past treatments many women have undergone and resultant altered anatomy. This book discusses conservative treatments such as patient and provider handouts on behavioral modification and how to perform pelvic floor exercises. It also covers medical therapy from minimally invasive treatments to radical surgical approaches and management of treatment failures. Addressing the treatment of stress incontinence with chapters progressing from least invasive to most invasive therapies, it also describes mesh complications and treatment failures. The book illuminates the intersection of prolapse with female incontinence, incontinence diagnosis and management after major reconstructions such as neobladder or penile inversion, vaginoplasty, and incontinence due to rarer conditions such as fistulas. Further chapters explore female urinary incontinence in special populations including pediatric patients, the elderly, and women with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction, as well as poorly understood populations such as older children, women post-reconstruction, and trans-women. It also addresses research needs and the ever-expanding horizon of new developments in the field of incontinence in women. Female Urinary Incontinence provides a comprehensive text directed towards urologists, gynecologists, and those trained in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery (FPMRS). Given the topic of incontinence specifically in women and the burgeoning rise of women in the field of FPMRS, the book features an all-female author list comprised of an international group of female urologists and urogynecologists selected to author chapters on their particular expertise.

    Contents:
    Epidemiology, definitions and cost of incontinence in women
    Anatomy and pathophysiology of female incontinence
    Diagnosis of Urinary Incontinence in Women
    Historical treatment of SUI and UUI in women
    Behavioral therapy and lifestyle modifications for the management of urinary incontinence in women
    Physical Therapy and Continence Inserts
    Medical Therapy with Antimuscarinics and Ç3-agonists
    Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation for Female Urge Urinary Incontinence
    Sacral and Pudendal neuromodulation (SNM)
    Botulinum toxin (BTXA) (in the non NGB patient)
    Augmentation Cystoplasty in the Non-neurogenic Bladder Patient
    Advanced Options for Treatment of Refractory Urgency Urinary Incontinence
    Urethral Bulking Agents
    BURCH COLPOSUSPENSION
    Mesh slings (TOT, TVT, mini)
    Autologous Fascial Sling
    Managing complications after surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence
    FAILURE OF TREATMENT OF Stress Urinary Incontinence
    Prolapse as a Contributing Factor to Stress and Urgency Urinary Incontinence
    Incontinence following major reconstruction
    Rare conditions causing incontinence and their treatment
    Incontinence in Older Girls and Adolescents
    Incontinence in Older Girls and Adolescents
    Urinary Incontinence in the Elderly
    Maximizing Intraoperative Performance and Safety during Incontinence Surgery
    Maximizing Intraoperative Performance and Safety during Incontinence Surgery
    Experimental therapies and research needs for urinary incontinence in women.
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    Bob Yang, Steve Foley, editors.
    Summary: This book comprehensively covers the latest consensus in the diagnosis and management of patients with recurrent Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs). It features a broad overview of the basic science and the spread of antibiotic resistance in UTIs. Guidelines are provided on the recommended approaches for using antibiotics including dosage, duration, resistance rates for a range of antibiotics, and available methods for combating antibiotic resistance. Further topics covered include prophylaxis, including conservative lifestyle modifications as well as preventative therapies. Female Urinary Tract Infections in Clinical Practice summarises the basic science, use of antibiotics, and preventative strategies for UTIs and represents a timely and valuable resource for all practising and trainee medical professionals who encounter these patients in their practice. .

    Contents:
    Intro; Introduction; Contents;
    Chapter 1: Pathophysiology of UTIs; 1.1 Six Categories of UTIs; 1.2 How Do UTIs Occur?; 1.3 Natural Defences; 1.4 What Are the Risk Factors and Why?; 1.5 Gender-Related; 1.6 Functional; 1.7 Disease-Related/Iatrogenic; 1.8 Genetic; 1.9 Asymptomatic Bacteriuria; References;
    Chapter 2: Presentation and Diagnosis; 2.1 Clinical Symptoms; 2.2 History; 2.3 Examination; 2.4 Urine Analysis; 2.5 Further Investigations; References;
    Chapter 3: Role of Imaging in UTIs; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Diagnostic Indications; 3.3 Imaging Modalities; 3.4 Uncomplicated UTI 3.5 Complicated UTI3.6 Imaging Findings in Acute UTI; 3.6.1 Cystitis; 3.6.2 Pyelonephritis; 3.6.3 Hydronephrosis and Pyonephrosis; 3.6.4 Pyonephrosis; 3.6.5 Renal Abscess; 3.7 Imaging in Recurrent UTIs; 3.7.1 Chronic Pyelonephritis; 3.7.2 Urinary Tract Tuberculosis; References;
    Chapter 4: Antibiotics; 4.1 Trimethoprim; 4.2 Nitrofurantoin; 4.3 Penicillin; 4.4 Fluoroquinolones; 4.5 Aminoglycosides; 4.6 Fosfomycin; 4.7 Cephalosporin; 4.8 Carbapenems; 4.9 Multidrug-Resistance Bacteria; 4.10 Antibiotics Prophylaxis; References;
    Chapter 5: Lifestyle Modifications; 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Oral Hydration5.3 Sexual Hygiene; 5.4 Personal Hygiene; 5.5 Voiding; 5.6 Weight Loss; References;
    Chapter 6: Cranberry; 6.1 Introduction and Mechanism of Action; 6.2 Clinical Evidence; References;
    Chapter 7: d-Mannose; 7.1 Introduction and Mechanism of Action; 7.2 Clinical Evidence; References;
    Chapter 8: Methenamine Hippurate (Hiprex); 8.1 Introduction and Mechanism of Action; 8.2 Clinical Evidence; References;
    Chapter 9: Oestrogen Replacement Therapy; 9.1 Introduction and Mechanism of Action; 9.2 Clinical Evidence; 9.3 Oral Oestrogen; References;
    Chapter 10: Traditional Chinese Medicine 10.1 Introduction and Mechanism of Action10.2 Formulations; 10.3 Clinical Evidence; 10.4 Acupuncture; References;
    Chapter 11: Intravesical Therapies; 11.1 Introduction; 11.2 The Procedure Itself; 11.3 Intravesical Antibiotics (IVA); 11.4 Clinical Evidence; 11.5 Non-antibiotic Instillations (GAG Layer Replacement); 11.6 Clinical Evidence; 11.7 Limitation of Intravesical Therapies; References;
    Chapter 12: Fractional CO2 Thermo-Ablative Vaginal Laser Therapy; 12.1 Introduction and Mechanism of Action; 12.2 Clinical Evidence; References;
    Chapter 13: Immunomodulation Vaccines 13.1 Introduction and Mechanism of Action13.2 Clinical Evidence; 13.2.1 UroVaxom®; 13.2.2 Urovac®; 13.2.3 ExPEC4V; 13.2.4 Uromune®; References;
    Chapter 14: Urinary Tract Infections of the Neurogenic Bladder; 14.1 Pathophysiology; 14.1.1 Precipitating Factors; 14.1.1.1 Voiding; 14.1.1.2 Catheters; 14.1.1.3 Stones; 14.1.1.4 Obstruction; 14.1.1.5 Bowel Dysfunction; 14.2 Definition of UTI in NLUT; 14.2.1 Urine Analysis; 14.2.2 Positive Urine Culture; 14.3 Clinical Evaluation of Neurogenic Bladder; 14.3.1 Clinical Examination and Investigations
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    bell hooks.
    Summary: "What is feminism? In this short, accessible primer, bell hooks explores the nature of feminism and its positive promise to eliminate sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression. With her characteristic clarity and directness, hooks encourages readers to see how feminism can touch and change their lives--to see that feminism is for everybody"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    1. Feminist politics : where we stand
    2. Consciousness-raising : a constant change of heart
    3. Sisterhood is still powerful
    4. Feminist education for critical consciousness
    5. Our bodies, ourselves : reproductive rights
    6. Beauty within and without
    7. Feminist class struggle
    8. Global feminism
    9. Women at work
    10. Race and gender
    11. Ending violence
    12. Feminist masculinity
    13. Feminist parenting
    14. Liberating marriage and partnership
    15. A feminist sexual politic : an ethics of mutual freedom
    16. Total bliss : lesbianism and feminism
    17. To love again : the heart of feminism
    18. Feminist spirituality
    19. Visionary feminism.
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    Bell Hooks.
    Summary: When Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center was first published in 1984, it was welcomed and praised by feminist thinkers who wanted a new vision. Even so, individual readers frequently found the theory "unsettling" or "provocative". Today, the blueprint for feminist movement presented in the book remains as provocative and relevant as ever. Written in hook's characteristic direct style, Feminist Theory embodies the hope that feminists can find a common language to spread the word and create a mass, global feminist movement. hooks is Distinguished Professor in Residence in Appalachian Studies at Berea College, and resides in her home state of Kentucky. (Back cover).

    Contents:
    Preface to the new edition: seeing the light: visionary feminism
    Preface to the first edition
    Black women: Shaping feminist theory
    Feminism: A movement to end sexist oppression
    The significance of feminist movement
    Sisterhood: Political solidarity among women
    Men: Comrades in struggle
    Changing perspectives on power
    Rethinking the nature of work
    Educating women: A feminist agenda
    Feminist movement to end violence
    Revolutionary parenting
    Ending female sexual oppression
    Feminist revolution: Development through struggle.
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    Bernd Fink.
    Summary: This practical book combines thorough literature review with extensive clinical experience to provide a clear overview of femoral revision arthroplasty, with the aim to present all available surgical techniques and critically discuss pros and cons and evidence-based recommendation for each of them. A wealth of figures and several videos complement the book and guide the reader through the management of potential pitfalls and complications during and after surgery. Particular emphasis is further put on the comparison of different approaches, stem types, and fixation techniques, assisting readers in identifying the best indication. Designed as a practically-oriented tool this book offers an excellent resource for all specialist hip surgeons and fellows wishing to gain insights into this complex and challenging surgical procedure.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Contents
    List of Videos
    1: Introduction
    References
    2: Reasons for Femoral Revision
    2.1 Aseptic Loosening
    2.2 Instability
    2.3 Periprosthetic Infection
    2.4 Periprosthetic Fractures
    References
    3: Classification of Femoral Bone Defects
    3.1 Paprosky Classification
    3.1.1 Paprosky Type I Defect
    3.1.2 Paprosky Type II Defect
    3.1.3 Paprosky Type IIA Defect
    3.1.4 Paprosky Type IIB Defect
    3.1.5 Paprosky Type IIC Defect
    3.1.6 Paprosky Type III Defect
    3.1.7 Paprosky Type IV Defect
    3.2 AAOS Classification by D'Antonio 3.3 Endo-Clinic Classification
    References
    4: Principles of Femoral Revision
    5: Cemented Revision Stems
    5.1 Cemented Fixation of Stems Analogous to Primary Implantation
    5.1.1 Surgical Technique
    5.1.2 Outcomes
    5.2 Cement-in-Cement Revision
    5.2.1 Surgical Technique
    5.2.2 Outcomes
    5.3 Impaction Bone Grafting
    5.3.1 Surgical Technique
    5.3.2 Outcomes
    References
    6: Cementless Revision Stems
    6.1 Nonmodular Cementless Revision Stems for Proximal Fixation
    6.1.1 Surgical Technique
    6.1.2 Outcomes 6.2 Cementless Proximal-Fixing Modular Revision Stems
    6.2.1 Surgical Technique
    6.2.2 Outcomes
    6.3 Cementless Nonmodular Revision Stems for Distal Fixation
    6.3.1 Extensively Porous-Coated Stems
    6.3.1.1 Surgical Technique
    6.3.1.2 Outcomes
    6.3.2 Corundum-Blasted, Tapered Titanium Stems
    6.3.2.1 Surgical Technique
    6.3.2.2 Outcomes
    6.3.3 Cementless Distal Fixation Modular Revision Stems
    6.3.3.1 Surgical Technique
    6.3.3.2 Outcomes
    References
    7: Principles of Cementless Distal Fixation
    7.1 Scratch Fit (Cylinder-in-Cylinder Fixation) 7.2 Cone-in-Cylinder Fixation
    7.3 Cone-in-Cone Fixation
    7.3.1 Length of Fixation Zone
    7.3.2 Distal Interlocking
    References
    8: Differences in Distal Fixated Revision Stems
    References
    9: Allograft Prosthesis Composite (APC) and Megaprostheses
    9.1 Allograft Prosthesis Composite (APC)
    9.1.1 Surgical Technique
    9.1.2 Outcomes
    9.2 Proximal Femoral Replacement (Megaprostheses)
    9.2.1 Surgical Technique
    9.2.2 Outcomes
    9.3 Total Femoral Replacement
    9.3.1 Surgical Technique
    9.3.2 Outcomes
    References 10: Choice of the Implant Depending on the Type of Defect
    10.1 Paprosky Type I Defects
    10.2 Paprosky Type IIA Defects
    10.3 Paprosky Type IIB Defects
    10.4 Paprosky Type IIC Defects
    10.5 Paprosky Type IIIA Defects
    10.6 Paprosky Type IIIB Defects
    10.7 Paprosky Type IV Defects
    References
    11: Preoperative Planning
    11.1 Exclusion of a Periprosthetic Infection
    11.2 Prosthesis Planning
    11.3 Re 1: Analysis of the Shape of the Femur
    11.4 Re 2: Analysis of the Mechanical Stability of the Femur
    11.5 Re 3: Necessity for Osteotomies
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    [edited by] H. Burkhard Dick, Ronald D. Gerste, Tim Schulz
    Summary: The femtosecond laser has emerged as a groundbreaking game-changer in ophthalmic surgery. It was first introduced for corneal refractive surgery in flap creation during LASIK, and subsequently for cataract surgery in 2008. The femtosecond laser cuts deeply on a single plane without collateral damage. Its high precision and safety result in excellent outcomes in the hands of experienced eye surgeons, benefiting virtually everyone. Femtosecond Laser Surgery in Ophthalmology fills an unmet need for a comprehensive, up-to-date resource on growing applications of this state-of-the-art technology.

    Contents:
    1 Basics of Femtosecond Technology; 2 The Advent of the Femtosecond Laser in Medicine and Ophthalmology; 3 Femtosecond Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK); 4 All-in-One Femtosecond Refractive Laser Surgery; 5 Pearls in Femtosecond Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis LASIK Surgery; 6 Femtosecond Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis: Clinical Outcomes 7 Femtosecond Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis: Complications and Management; 8 The Future of Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis: Femtosecond Laser versus Other Technologies; 9 Femtosecond Laserâ#x80;#x93;Assisted Keratoplasty: Lamellar Anterior and Posterior; 10 Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Keratoplasty: Penetrating with Different Cut Profiles; 11 Correction of Astigmatism with a Femtosecond Laser; 12 Why Femtosecond Laser for Intracorneal Rings?; 13 New Innovative Applications of Femtosecond Laser Technology 14 Laser's Place in CXL: Excimer Laser and Refractive Surgery Combined with Corneal Cross-Linking, Femto-LASIK Combined with CXL; 15 The Femtosecond Laser in the Surgical Treatment of Presbyopia in the Cornea: Options and Limitations; 16 The Femtosecond Laser in the Surgical Treatment of Presbyopia in the Lens: Options and Limitations; 17 The Basics of Femtosecond Laser Cataract Surgery; 18 Femtosecond Laser Cataract Surgery: Setting and Infrastructure; 19 Crucial Steps I: Capsulotomy; 20 Crucial Steps II: Lens Fragmentation; 21 Crucial Steps III: Corneal Incision, Main and Side 22 Posterior Capsulotomy, Bag-in-the-Lens and Evolving Techniques; 23 Pediatric Cataract Surgery with the Femtosecond Laser; 24 Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery in Ocular Comorbidities; 25 The Rise of the Femto-Intraocular Lens; 26 Incorporating the Femtosecond Laser in Daily Practice; 27 The Femtosecond Laser and the Posterior Segment; 28 Pitfalls: Femtosecond Laser-Induced Complications; 29 The Femtosecond Laser: Future Directions; Index
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    authors: J. Eric Piña-Garza, Kaitlin C. James.
    Contents:
    Paroxysmal disorders
    Altered states of consciousness
    Headache
    Increased intracranial pressure
    Psychomotor retardation and regression
    The hypotonic infant
    Flaccid limb weakness in childhood
    Cramps, muscle stiffness, and exercise intolerance
    Sensory and autonomic disturbances
    Ataxia
    Hemiplegia
    Paraplegia and quadriplegia
    Monoplegia
    Movement disorders
    Disorders of ocular motility
    Disorders of the visual system
    Lower brainstem and cranial nerve dysfunction
    Disorders of cranial volume and shape.
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    Harvey J. Makadon, MD, Kenneth H. Mayer, MD, Jennifer Potter, MD, Hilary Goldhammer, MS.
    Contents:
    Providing optimal health care for LGBT people: changing the clinical enviroment and education professionals
    What we know and don't know about LGBT demographics: informing clinical practice
    Intersectionality: implications for clinical care of LGBTQ people
    Coming out: the process of forming a positive identity
    Caring for LGBTQ youth
    LGBT relationships and family lives
    Caring for LGBT older adults
    Principles for taking an LGBTQ-inclusive health history and conducting a culturally competent physical exam
    Mental health care for LGBT people
    Clinical management of substance use and substance use disorders among LGBT individuals
    Intimate partner violence and hate crimes: recognition, care, and prevention for LGBT people
    Sexual health of LGBTQ people
    HIV/AIDS prevention for sexual and gender minority people
    Community, structural, and policy approaches to improve HIV prevention and related health concerns among racial/ethnic minority gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men
    Self-discovery: a toolbox to help clinicians communicate with clarity, curiosity, creativity, and compassion
    Gender nonconformity and gender discordance in childhood and adolescence: development considerations and the clinical approach
    Creating a foundation for improving trans health: understanding trans identities and health care needs
    Medical and surgical management of the transgender patient: what the primary care clinician needs to know
    Policy and legal issues affecting LGBT health
    LGBT health: global perspectives and experiences
    Appendix A: Suggestions for creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for LGBT patients and staff
    Appendix B: Sample sexual orientation and gender identity questions for patient registration and intake forms
    Appendix C: Selected resources on LGBT health
    Appendix D: Patient registration and medical history forms.
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    von Carl Oppenheimer.
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    Peter J. Taub, Pravin K. Patel, Steven R. Buchman, Mimis N. Cohen, editors
    Summary: Ferraro's Fundamentals of Maxillofacial Surgery, 2e is the newly revised and updated second edition of the text originally edited by James W. Ferraro. Written for trainees and students, as well as experts in oral and maxillofacial surgery, and experts in related subspecialties such as otolaryngology and plastic surgery, this highly illustrated text is an invaluable source of hands-on, practical knowledge for those taking the ASMS Basic Course, or for any specialist seeking a comprehensive review of maxillofacial surgery.

    Contents:
    Part I. The Basics
    1. Embryology and Craniofacial Growth
    2. Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck
    3. Dental Anatomy
    4. Facial Aesthetics
    5. Regional Anesthesia
    6. Imaging Techniques
    7. Fixation Techniques
    8. Bone Grafting
    9. Biomaterials
    Part II. Maxillofacial Fractures
    10. Clinical Assessment of the Trauma Patient
    11. Management of Soft Tissue Injuries
    12. Dento-Alveolar Fractures
    13. Mandible Fractures
    14. Mid-Facial Fractures
    15. Nasal Fractures
    16. Zygoma Fractures
    17. Orbital Fractures
    18. Nasoorbitoethmoid (NOE) Fractures
    19. Frontal Sinus Fractures
    20. Panfacial Fracture Management
    21. Gunshot Wounds
    22. Microvascular Reconstruction
    23. Pediatric Fractures
    24. Secondary Skeletal Reconstruction
    25. Secondary Soft Tissue Reconstruction
    Part III. Orthognathic Surgery
    26. Facial Evaluation in Orthognathic Surgery
    27. Surgical Planning: 2D to 3D
    28. Orthodontics
    29. Genioplasty
    30. Maxillary Osteotomies
    31. Mandibular Osteotomies
    32. Dental Extractions
    33. Maxillofacial Augmentation and Reduction
    34. Distraction Osteogenesis
    Part IV. Laboratory
    35. Impressions, Models, and Splints.
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    Ferri, Fred F.
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    ClinicalKey Nursing
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    editor, Fred F. Ferri ; associate editors, James E. Fitzpatrick, Lori Prok.
    Contents:
    Evaluation of skin disorders
    Differential diagnosis
    Diseases and disorders
    Appendices. Topical steroids
    Cutaneous manifestations of internal disease
    Nail diseases
    Stings and bites.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
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    Andrés F. Florez, Hamed Alborzinia, editors.
    Summary: This book focuses on the emerging role of ferroptosis in human diseases. It gives a detailed perspective on how to induce or suppress ferroptosis to treat challenging conditions such as infectious diseases, including COVID-19, tuberculosis, parasitic diseases and cancer. The book serves as a practical guide by providing a valuable collection of all currently known activators or inhibitors of ferroptosis. It will enable readers to choose molecules for experimental design for in vitro and in vivo studies of ferroptosis. Furthermore, this volume highlights the aspects of iron metabolism and its connection to ferritinophagy, a ferritin selective autophagy, with profound implications in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer, Parkinson, Huntington and ALS. Lastly, it describes necroptosis, another important form of cell death, along with its connections to human disorders and potential crosstalk with ferroptosis. While covering basic concepts, the book delves into mechanisms and modulation of ferroptosis for treating a wide variety of human diseases thus offering a valuable and informative resource for both, scientists and clinical researchers.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Foreword
    Contents
    About the Editors
    1: Ferroptosis: Concepts and Definitions
    References
    2: Overcoming Therapeutic Challenges for Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma with xCT Inhibitors
    2.1 Pancreatic Cancer Therapeutic Challenges
    2.2 Ferroptosis and PDAC
    2.2.1 xCT-Based Ferroptosis Inducers as Systemic Therapeutics for PDAC
    2.2.2 xCT-Based Early Detection of Metastasized PDAC
    2.3 Metabolic Status Dictates Sensitivity Toward Ferroptosis
    2.4 Promoting Ferroptosis and Antigenicity in PDAC 2.5 How Stromal Compartment Influences Sensitivity to Ferroptosis
    2.6 Concluding Remarks
    References
    3: Iron Homeostasis and Metabolism: Two Sides of a Coin
    3.1 Iron in Physiology and Disease
    3.1.1 Iron: Origin, Chemical Properties and Evolution
    3.1.2 Insights into the Redox Chemistry of Iron
    3.1.3 Strategies for Iron Assimilation and Transport
    3.2 Concluding Remarks
    References
    4: The Role of NCOA4-Mediated Ferritinophagy in Ferroptosis
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 NCOA4-Mediated Ferritinophagy
    4.3 NCOA4-Mediated Ferritinophagy and Ferroptosis 4.4 Ferritinophagy and Ferroptosis in Cancer
    4.5 Ferritinophagy and Ferroptosis in Neurodegeneration
    4.5.1 Neuroferritinopathy
    4.5.2 Alzheimer's Disease
    4.5.3 Parkinson's Disease
    4.5.4 Huntington's Disease
    4.5.5 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    4.5.6 Brain Injury
    4.6 Conclusions and Future Directions
    References
    5: Emerging Role for Ferroptosis in Infectious Diseases
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Necrosis in Infectious Diseases
    5.2.1 Pyroptosis and Necroptosis in Infectious Diseases
    5.3 Ferroptosis in Infectious Diseases 5.3.1 Pathogen-Induced Ferroptotic Cell Death
    5.3.1.1 Bacterial Infections
    Salmonella Typhimurium Infection
    Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection
    Pseudomonas aeruginosa Infection
    Polymicrobial Sepsis
    5.3.1.2 Viral Infection
    5.3.1.3 Parasitic Infection
    5.4 Concluding Remarks
    References
    6: Small Molecule Regulators of Ferroptosis
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Activators of Ferroptosis
    6.2.1 Targeting GPX4 Activity and Lipid Production
    6.2.1.1 Deficiency of GPX4 Production (Scheme 6.1
    Fig. 6.2)
    6.2.1.2 Boost of Lipid Production (Scheme 6.1 Fig. 6.3)
    6.2.2 GSH Depletion and Nuclear Factor (Erythroid-Derived 2)-like 2 (NrF2) Inhibition
    6.2.2.1 System Xc- Inhibition (Scheme 6.1
    Fig. 6.4)
    6.2.2.2 Alteration of GSH Metabolism (Scheme 6.1
    Fig. 6.5)
    6.2.2.3 NrF2 Inhibition (Scheme 6.1
    Fig. 6.6)
    6.2.3 Iron and ROS Production
    6.2.3.1 Labile iron Pool Enrichment (Scheme 6.2
    Fig. 6.7)
    6.2.3.2 Inducing ROS (Scheme 6.2
    Fig. 6.9)
    6.2.3.3 A Small molecule Inducer of Membrane Leakage (Scheme 6.2
    Fig. 6.10)
    6.3 Inhibitors of Ferroptosis
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    Daolin Tang, editor.
    Summary: This book sheds new light on ferroptosis, as an only recently recognised form of regulated cell death. Its respective chapters address the numerous implications that ferroptosis can have for virtually all aspects of metabolism. They also share insights on the morphological characterisation of ferroptosis and highlight the different pathways of induction. Accordingly, the book offers a unique perspective on a mechanism that is involved in a multitude of pathologies, including cancer cell death, neurotoxicity, neurodegenerative diseases, acute renal failure, drug-induced hepatotoxicity, tissue ischemia/reperfusion injury, and T cell immunity. Readers will learn in which cell types this form of regulated cell death is likely to occur, and how it can be pharmacologically influenced, making the book a fascinating and informative read not only for scientists working in cell biology, but also for clinicians in the field of cancer research.

    Contents:
    Intro; Contents;
    Chapter 1: Lipid Metabolism and Ferroptosis; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Lipids Are a Diverse Class of Molecules that Mediate Cellular Life and Death; 1.2.1 The Composition and Function of Lipids in Cell Membranes; 1.2.2 Lipid Peroxidation: A Balance Between Signaling and Survival; 1.3 Ferroptosis Is a Lipid-Dependent Form of Cell Death; 1.4 The Role of Lipids and Lipid Metabolism in Ferroptosis; 1.4.1 Lipid Signatures of Cells Undergoing Ferroptosis; 1.4.2 Specific PUFA-Modifying Enzymes Are Required for Ferroptosis 1.4.3 The Role of Other Lipids and Lipid Metabolic Enzymes in Ferroptosis1.5 Lipid Peroxidation: Mechanism, Location, and Consequences; 1.5.1 How Do LOOHs Form in Ferroptosis?; 1.5.1.1 The Role of Lipoxygenase Enzymes; 1.5.1.2 Evidence for Non-enzymatic Lipid Autoxidation; 1.5.2 Where Are LOOHs Localized in Ferroptosis?; 1.5.2.1 The Role of the Plasma Membrane; 1.5.2.2 The Role of Mitochondria; 1.5.2.3 The Role of the Lysosome; 1.5.2.4 The Role of the ER; 1.5.2.5 The Role of Lipid Droplets; 1.5.3 How Does Lipid Peroxidation Kill Cells? 1.5.3.1 The Effect of Lipid Peroxidation on Membrane Dynamics1.5.3.2 The Effect of Lipid Peroxidation on Membrane-Embedded Protein Function; 1.5.3.3 The Effect of LOOH Breakdown Products on Essential Cellular Processes; 1.6 Conclusions and Future Perspectives; References;
    Chapter 2: Iron Metabolism and Ferroptosis; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Iron Metabolism in Circulation; 2.3 Iron Metabolism in Cells; 2.4 Excess Iron and Cancer; 2.5 Ferroptosis in Iron Excess; 2.6 Ferroptosis and Ferritinophagy; 2.7 Conclusion; References;
    Chapter 3: Regulation and Function of Autophagy During Ferroptosis 3.1 Introduction3.2 The Core Autophagy Machinery; 3.2.1 The ULK1/2 Complex; 3.2.2 The PIK3C3 Complex; 3.2.3 The Ubiquitin-Like Conjugation Systems; 3.3 Role of Autophagy in Ferroptosis; 3.3.1 Ferritinophagy Promotes Iron Accumulation in Ferroptosis; 3.3.2 Lipophagy Promotes Lipid Peroxidation in Ferroptosis; 3.3.3 BECN1-Mediated Lipid Peroxidation and Iron Accumulation in Ferroptosis; 3.3.4 STAT3-Mediated Lysosomal Cell Death in Ferroptosis; 3.3.5 CMA-Mediated GPX4 Degradation in Ferroptosis; 3.3.6 Clockophagy-Mediated ARNTL Degradation in Ferroptosis 3.3.7 Autophagy Promotes DAMP Release in Ferroptosis3.4 Conclusions and Perspectives; References;
    Chapter 4: Heat Shock Proteins: Endogenous Modulators of Ferroptosis; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Classification and Function of HSPs; 4.2.1 sHSPs; 4.2.2 HSP40; 4.2.3 HSP60; 4.2.4 HSP70; 4.2.5 HSP90; 4.2.6 HSP100; 4.3 The Core Mechanisms of Ferroptosis; 4.3.1 Iron Accumulation; 4.3.2 Lipid Peroxidation; 4.3.3 HSPs in Ferroptosis; 4.3.3.1 HSPB1; 4.3.3.2 HSPA5; 4.3.3.3 HSP90 and HSPA8; 4.4 Conclusions and Perspectives; References
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    M. Eda Ertorer, editor.
    Summary: This book covers all forms of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) and provides a comprehensive overview of accompanying reproductive problems. Affected individuals may exhibit low fecundability, infertility, recurrent miscarriages, painful sexual intercourse, sexual orientation changes, etc. If not diagnosed and treated properly, their children may also experience developmental disorders of the external genitalia. Depending on the defects in enzymes, severity of the mutations and residual enzymatic activities, the clinical presentation may differ from patient to patient. As these disorders are encountered relatively rarely, many cases are either undiagnosed or inappropriately treated. Given its scope, this book offers a valuable guide for gynecologists, endocrinologists, pediatricians, and professionals in reproductive medicine, as well as GPs, practicing physicians, medical students and residents.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Contents
    Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH): Definition and Enzymatic Defects in Various Forms
    Introduction
    Enzymatic Defects in Various Forms
    21-Hydroxylase Deficiency
    11-Beta Hydroxylase Deficiency
    17-Alpha Hydroxylase Deficiency
    3-Beta Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Deficiency
    P450 Oxidoreductase (POR) Deficiency
    Lipoid Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (StAR Deficiency)
    Side Chain Cleavage Enzyme Deficiency (P450scc)
    References Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Due to 21-Hydroxylase Deficiency: Genetic Characterization and the Genotype-Phenotype Correlation
    Introduction
    The Structure of the CYP21A2 Gene
    The Origin of CYP21A2 Alterations
    CYP21A2 Genetic Modifications
    Large Deletions and Conversions
    Point Mutations and Small Deletions/Insertions
    Other Pathogenic Variants
    Polymorphisms
    Genotyping and Pregnancy
    Genotype-Phenotype Correlations
    Genetic Sequencing
    General Considerations
    DNA Sanger Sequencing
    MLPA
    Final Considerations
    References Classical Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) in Childhood and Adolescence: Diagnosis and Management for Future Reproductive Life
    Introduction
    21-Hydroxylase Deficiency
    General Features of Classical Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia due to 21-OHd
    Diagnosis
    Genetic
    Treatment
    Steroid Treatment
    Additional Treatment Regimen to Glucocorticoids
    11-Beta Hydroxylase (CYP11B1) Deficiency
    Diagnosis
    Treatment
    Gender Determination and Surgical Treatment
    The Aims of Surgical Intervention in Virilized Females The Effects of Contemporary CAH Treatment in Childhood on Future Reproductive Life
    References
    Diagnostic Challenges in Nonclassical Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
    Introduction
    Reasons to Diagnose NCAH
    Indications for the Screening of NCAH
    Current Challenges with Diagnostic Methods and Assays
    Serum 17-OHP Concentrations
    Molecular Genetic Analysis of CYP21A2
    Adrenal Steroid Profiles
    Conclusions
    References
    Mechanisms of Reproductive Dysfunction in Classical and Nonclassical Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: From an Endocrinologist's Perspective
    Introduction 21-Hydroxylase Deficiency
    Female Patients with 21-Hydroxylase Deficiency: Fertility and Pregnancy
    Male Patients with 21-Hydroxylase Deficiency
    11-Beta-Hydroxylase Deficiency
    17-Alpha-Hydroxylase and 17,20-Lyase Deficiency
    Male Patients with 17-Alpha-Hydroxylase and 17,20-Lyase Deficiency
    3-Beta-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Type 2 Deficiency
    P450 Oxidoreductase Deficiency
    Lipoid Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
    Conclusion
    References
    Reproductive Dysfunction in Classical and Nonclassical Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Due to 21-Hydroxylase Deficiency
    Introduction
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Hatem A. Azim Jr, Isabelle Demeestere, Fedro A. Peccatori, editors.
    Summary: This book, written by global experts in the field, provides a thorough overview on fertility and pregnancy challenges and solutions in women who are being or have been treated for cancer. The book addresses several topics, including pregnancy outcomes after a cancer diagnosis, the impacts of systemic anticancer therapy on fertility, the essentials of fertility preservation approaches in cancer patients, and fertility counseling. This is in addition to controversial topics like the role of ovarian stimulation in breast cancer patients, fertility preservation in cancer patients with BRCA mutation and the evolving role of GnRH analogues. Within this context, key open questions are discussed with reference to the latest evidence. The aim is to provide clinicians with a reliable resource that documents the most up-to-date knowledge on the feasibility and safety of the different approaches to fertility preservation and on the management of female cancer patients who would like to preserve fertility and achieve a pregnancy following their treatment.

    Contents:
    PART I OVERVIEW ON PREGNANCY IN CANCER SURVIVORS AND FERTILITY PRESERVATION OPTIONS Chapter 1 Epidemiology and General Considerations of Pregnancy Following Cancer Diagnosis
    Chapter 2 Safety and Challenges of Pregnancy in Women with History of Endocrine-sensitive Breast Cancer
    Chapter 3 Pregnancy After Gynecological Cancer
    Chapter 4 Overview of Fertility Preservation Approaches in Cancer Patients
    Chapter 5 Fertility Preservation in Women with Hematological Cancers
    PART II CHALLENGES AND SOLUTION TO FERTILITY PRESERVATION IN WOMEN WITH CANCER Chapter 6 Organizational Strategies to Overcome Barriers to Addressing Fertility Preservation in the Oncology Setting
    Chapter 7 Impact of Systemic Anticancer Therapy on Fertility
    Chapter 8 Fertility Counselling in Routine Practice: Why, When and How?
    Chapter 9 Challenges in Fertility Counselling of Cancer Patients: A Developing Nation Perspective
    PART III CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS IN FERTILITY COUNSELING OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS Chapter 10 Ovarian Stimulation in Women with Breast Cancer
    Chapter 11 Role of GnRH Agonists for Fertility Preservation in Breast Cancer
    Chapter 12 Fertility and Pregnancy Counselling of Breast Cancer Patients with BRCA Mutation.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Michael von Wolff, Frank Nawroth, editors.
    Summary: This practical book focuses on the most recent advances in fertility preservation in oncological and non-oncological patients. It presents the steps that need to be followed prior to treatment for successful fertility preservation, and describes in detail the medical conditions requiring fertility preservation, including precise information on the risk of fertility loss, prognosis, risk of ovarian metastasis and other possible risks. The book also provides information on how to perform the preservation techniques (success rates, risks, etc.) and on what to do after the treatment (in cases of bleeding during chemotherapy, menopause, wish to conceive, etc.). Written by experts in the field, including members of the globally known network FertiPROTEKT and leading oncologists and specialists, this practical and easy-to-use book is a valuable resource for all clinicians involved in fertility preservation for patients with specific diseases.

    Contents:
    Before fertility preservation: Networks for fertility preservation
    Logistics for fertility preservation counselling in adults and children
    Indication for and against fertility preservation
    How to use the book
    Fertility preservation
    diseases: Breast cancer
    Hodgkins lymphoma
    Ovarian tumors
    Cervical cancer
    Endometrial hyperplasia and endometrial carcinoma
    Pediatric oncological cancer
    Other malignancies
    Stem cell transplantation in non-malignant diseases
    Rheumatism
    severe autoimmune diseases
    Endometriosis
    Turner syndrome
    Transgender
    Fertility preservation
    techniques: Ovarian stimulation to collect oocytes
    Cryopreservation of unfertilized and fertilized oocytes
    Removal of ovarian tissue
    Transportation
    cryopreservation and storage of ovarian tissue
    Transplantation of ovarian tissue
    GnRH agonists
    Transposition of ovaries
    Cryopreservation of sperm and testicular tissue
    Further techniques
    After fertility preservation: Therapy of uterine bleeding during chemotherapy
    Infertility treatment after transplantation of ovarian tissue
    Pregnancy after chemotherapy and radiation of the pelvis
    Premature ovarian insufficiency
    Hormone replacement therapy and follow up.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Brian Dale.
    Summary: "This book introduces readers to the fascinating interaction of specialized gamete cells, forming the early embryo and a blueprint of new life. Gain a thorough understanding of the complex physiological events and biochemical processes--such as ionic regulation, metabolism and intracellular signalling--to decipher cause and effect in fertilization. Wide-ranging in its approach, this book describes fertilization as a highly conserved mechanism throughout the animal kingdom, taking case studies from echinoderms, ascidians, amphibians, mammals through to other phyla. An excellent companion to undergraduate and postgraduate students of medicine, veterinary and biological sciences; this text provides an underpinning of the mechanisms of fertilization that will inform assisted reproduction practice and research in medicine and agriculture. Explore the detailed phases before fertilization: the oocyte as a quiescent cell, attracting its partner gamete, followed by a cascade of pre-determined physiological events, to form the dynamic zygote cell; setting the scene for the early embryo, and beyond."--Page 4 of cover.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Producing gametes
    The players
    Sperm-oocyte interaction
    Oocyte activation
    The dynamics of fertilization
    The zygote and early embryo
    Basic cell biology.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2018
  • Digital
    Stephen Kralik, Nilesh Desai, Avner Meoded, Thierry A. G. M. Huisman.
    Digital Access
    Provider
    Version
    ScienceDirect
    ClinicalKey
  • Print
    Omar A. Abdul-Rahman, Christie L. M. Petrenko, editors.
    Summary: Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) represent a range of physical, mental, and behavioral disabilities caused by alcohol use during pregnancy, or prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE). FASDs are considered to be one of the leading causes of developmental disability, with an estimated 2-5% of children being born with FASD each year in the world. Despite its high prevalence, FASD is often misdiagnosed or underdiagnosed, making intervention more challenging. A multidisciplinary team of providers who understand the diagnostic requirements is crucial for an accurate FASD diagnosis. This text provides a comprehensive, state-of-the art review of this field, and serves as a valuable resource for clinicians and researchers with an interest in FASD. The book provides a detailed overview for clinicians of various backgrounds on the diagnostic process, extensive mechanistic and embryologic data, neuropsychologic aspects of the condition, prevention and treatment approaches, and the ethical, legal, and policy perspectives that impact patients and families. The chapters are organized parallel to the journey of individuals who experience alcohol-related conditions, beginning with the prenatal period addressing epidemiology of alcohol exposure, prevention and interventions, continuing through the fetal experience with a focus on embryology. Challenges of children and their families are considered next including the diagnostic process and health effects. Finally, issues related to systems of care for individuals with FASD and the broader community are addressed. The global context of FASD is presented throughout the textbook. Written by experts in the field, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders provides a concise yet comprehensive summary of the current status of this issue that helps guide prevention efforts, the diagnostic process, school and community interventions, and global policy efforts.

    Contents:
    1.
    Epidemiology of prenatal alcohol exposure/ Svetlana Popova and Danijela Dozet
    2.
    Protective and risk factors/ Gretchen Bandoli and Christina D. Chambers
    3.
    Prevention of exposure during the preconception period/ Jessica Hanson
    4.
    Care during the prenatal period/ Katherine N. DeJong and Jamie O. Lo
    5.
    Mechanisms of teratogenesis/ Siara Kate Rouzer, Dae Chung, Marisa Pinson, Natalie Collins, Jordan Kuhlman, and Rajesh Miranda
    6.
    Alcohol and embryology/ Scott E. Parnell and Johann K. Eberhart
    7.
    Care during the newborn period/ Vincent C. Smith
    8.
    Evolution of diagnostic systems/ Diego A. Gomez and H. Eugene Hoyme
    9.
    The diagnostic process/ Omar A. Abdul-Rahman, Christie L. M. Petrenko, and Lynn L. Cole
    10.
    Neuroimaging findings in FASD across the lifespan/ Madeline N. Rockhold, Kirsten A. Donald, Carson Kautz-Turnbull, and Christie L.M. Petrenko. 11.
    Neuropsychological outcomes in FASD across the lifespan/ Matthew T. Hyland, Natasia S. Courchesne-Krak, Chloe M. Sobolewski, Carissa Zambrano, and Sarah N. Mattson
    12.
    Physical and mental health in FASD/ Karen M. Moritz, Lisa K. Akison, Nicole Hayes, and Natasha Reid
    13.
    FASD-Informed care and the future of intervention/ Heather Carmichael Olson, Misty Pruner, Nora Byington, and Tracy Jirikowic
    14.
    Ethical and social issues in FASD/ Christina Tortorelli, Dorothy Badry, Peter Choate, and Kerryn Bagley
    15.
    FASD and child welfare/ Dorothy Badry, Ana Hanlon Dearman, Peter Choate, Lenora Marcellus, Christina Tortorelli, and Robyn Williams
    16.
    Educating school-aged children with FASD/ Molly N. Millians
    17.
    The justice system and FASD/ Jacqueline Pei, Jessica J. Joseph, Kaitlyn McLachlan, and Mansfield Mela.
    Digital Access Springer 2023
  • Digital
    Gianfranco Butera, John Cheatham, Carlos A.C. Pedra, Dietmar Schranz, Gerald Tulzer, editors.
    Contents:
    Part I-Introductory aspects in fetal procedures/Ethical aspects of fetal heart interventions
    Tools in fetal heart procedures
    Role of Multicenter Registries to Assess Outcomes of Fetal Interventions
    Role of Counseling in Fetal Congenital Heart Diseases
    Part II
    Aortic valve disease/Fetal Anatomy: the aortic valve in the fetal aortic valve diseases
    Fetal aortic stenosis
    natural history and echocardiographic evaluation
    Fetal Aortic Valvuloplasty (FAV)
    Fetal aortic valvuloplasty: state of art
    Part III
    Pulmonary valve disease/Fetal anatomy: the pulmonary valve in the fetal pulmonary valve disease
    Fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty: Natural history and echocardiographic evaluation of Critical Pulmonary stenosis/ Pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum
    Indications for fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty
    Center experience and step-by-step approach for fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty
    Pulmonary valvuloplasty: Fetal, neonatal and follow up outcomes
    Literature on fetal therapy after pulmonary valvuloplasty
    Future perspectives on fetal pulmonary valvuloplasty
    Part IV
    Procedures on the interatrial septum/The embryology of the interatrial septum
    Fetal anatomy: the inter atrial septum in the fetus with congenital heart disease
    Literature on fetal therapy on interatrial septum
    Procedures on the Atrial Septum
    Part V
    Fetal procedures: Other treatments and approaches/Perspectives On Fetal Pacing
    Alternative vascular access in fetus
    Part VII
    Introductory aspects in hybrid procedures/Physician's Perspective
    Parents' Perspective on the Hybrid Approach
    The Hybrid Catheterization Laboratory
    Part VIII
    Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS)/Hypoplastic left heart syndrome natural and surgical history
    The engineering perspective
    General principles of the hybrid approach in Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
    Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome: The Giessen approach
    history, technique and results
    Hybrid Approach: The Columbus way
    The Brazilian Hybrid Approach for Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
    Canadian approach to hybrid HLHS.-Prolonged Right Ventricle To Left Ventricle Support (Hybrid Or Surgical) To Delay Decision Making In Borderline Left Ventricles
    The Anatomical or Functional Borderline Left Ventricle and Strategies for Staged Rehabilitation
    Part IX
    Pulmonary Arteries/Pulmonary arteries: surgical point of view
    Exit Angiography
    Role of 3-Dimensional Rotational Angiography in Imaging the Pulmonary Arteries
    Hybrid Approach to Pulmonary Artery Stenosis
    Literature and Results
    Part X
    Ventricular Septal Defect/Hybrid Closure of Muscular Ventricular Septal Defects: anatomy, clinical scenarios and techniques
    Hybrid Muscular Ventricular Septal Defect Closure: Literature And Results
    Perimembranous VSD
    Part XI
    Other Hybrid Procedures/Hybrid Atrial Septal Defect Closure
    Treatment of RV Outflow Tract Dysfunction: New Valve Technologies
    Mitral Valve Replacement with Melody Valve Prosthesis
    A Hybrid Approach to Aortic Stent Implantation
    Other hybrid treatments: tetralogy of Fallot
    Other hybrid treatments: RV-to-PA hybrid conduit
    Hybrid VSD creation or enlargement.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Robert M. Verdijk; Martina C. Herwig-Carl
    Summary: This richly illustrated book discusses the fetal eye, offering a brief introduction to the topic and discussing its development and treatment. The high-quality reference images allow the morphological fetal age to be determined, and the authors provide examples of artifacts and real-world findings to simplify histopathological diagnosis. The book also discusses findings in fetal eyes, presenting typical examples of common malformations, including clinical and histological pictures as well as additional findings from other specialties (such as neuropathology, genetics). In addition, it covers non-specific ocular malformations. It particularly addresses documentation and interpretation of cases of suspected Shaken-Baby Syndrome, which is of forensic importance. In the context of retinopathy of prematurity, histopathological and clinical findings are correlated.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Polin, Richard A.; Abman, Steven H.; Benitz, William E.; Rowitch, David H.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2022
  • Digital
    [edited by] Richard A. Polin, Alan R. Spitzer.
    Summary: Drs. Richard Polin and Alan Spitzer, uses the success formula of the Secrets Series to offer fast answers to the most essential clinical questions in fetal and neonatal medicine. With its user-friendly Q & A format, practical tips from neonatologists and fetal medicine experts, and "Key Points" boxes, this portable and easy-to-read medical reference book provides rapid access to the practical knowledge you need to succeed both in practice and on board and recertification exams. New to this edition: Apply all the latest pediatric advances in clinical fetal neonatology techniques, technology, and pharmacology.

    Contents:
    Care of the term infant / Alan R. Spitzer
    Fetal growth and development / Karin M. Fuchs
    Obstetric issues, labor, and delivery / Thomas J. Garite and C. Andrew Combs
    Family-centered and developmental care in the neonatal intensive care unit / Karen D. Hendricks-Munoz and Carol C. Prendergast
    NICU environment and principles of infection control / Saima Aftab and Jacquelyn R. Evans
    Cardiology secrets / Mitchell I. Cohen and Christopher L. Lindblade
    Dermatology / Victoria R. Barrio, Kimberly D. Morel, and Lawrence F. Eichenfield
    Endocrinology and metabolism / Marisa Censani ... [et al.]
    Fluid, electrolyte, acid-base, and renal-developmental phisiology and disorders / John M. Lorenz and Patricia L. Weng
    Gastroenterology and nutrition / Sarah A.Taylor and Joel E. Lavine
    Genetics / Wendy K. Chung
    Hematology and transfusion medicine / Robert D. Christensen
    Infection and immunity / Beatriz Larru and Theoklis Zaoutis
    Neurology / Courtney J. Wusthoff and Robert Ryan Clancy
    Neonatal ophthalmology / Daniel A. Greninger and Michael F. Chiang
    Orthopedics / Qusai Hammouri and Joshua E. Hyman
    Pain management in the neonate / K.J.S. Anand, Fabio Savorgnan, and R. Whit Hall
    Pulmonology / Reese H. Clark
    Surgery / Alejandro Garcia and William Middlesworth.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2014

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