Books

  • Digital
    Jennifer Butler, Alpesh Amin, Laura Fitzmaurice, Christine Kim.
    Summary: "The FIRST textbook to cover the principles and practice of ObGyn Hospitalist Medicine. ObGyn Hospitalist Medicine: Principles and Practice is the first text to encompass the core competencies in the emerging field of ObGyn Hospitalist Medicine. This groundbreaking text delivers comprehensive coverage of every aspect of ObGyn hospitalist medicine, encompassing clinical practice as well as program development and system implementation of ObGyn hospitalists. Readers will find a concise approach to the care of obstetrical and gynecologic emergencies in the hospital setting, with information that will be of value to physicians and physician extenders working in labor & delivery wards and ERs/ICUs. High-quality, easily approachable and comprehensive medical education material on the burgeoning field of ObGyn Hospitalist Medicine. Includes video clips of common obstetrical and gynecologic procedures and laboratory simulations. Chapters include learning objectives, clinical case presentations, key patient hand-off points, and abundant clinical images and illustrations"-- Provided by publisher

    Contents:
    Part I: OBH: the OBH specialty. General hospitalist movement / Alpesh N. Amin
    Introduction to the OB/GYN hospitalist specialty / Rob Olson, Brendan Carroll, and Brian Monks
    Starting a successful OB/GYN hospitalist program / Vani Dandolu and Rob Olson
    Performance of OB/GYN hospitalist programs / Brian K. Iriye
    Regionalized perinatal care: the OB/GYN hospitalist and efforts to reduce perinatal morbidity and mortality / Brigid McCue
    Coding and billing for the OB/GYN hospitalist / Lori-Lynne A. Webb
    The OB/GYN hospitalist and medical education / Alyse Sherwin Blanchette, Joseph Cioffi, and Anthony M. Vintzileos Part II: OBH medicine: healthcare system issues in OBH medicine. Patient-centered care and patient experience metrics / Solange Elondou and Zishan K. Siddiqui
    Ethical issues faced by the OB/GYN hosptalist / Steven J. Ralston and Ruth M. Farrell
    Evidence-based medicine / Baotran N. Vo
    Hospital finance / Ajay Sial, Jaklin T. Orlowski, and Bhan Sial
    Leadership development / Michael D. Moxley, Jennifer R. Butler,and Alpesh N. Amin
    Patient safety / Douglas G. Merrill
    Principles of quality improvement / Douglas G. Merrill
    Risk management and the hospital-based obstetrician/gynecologist / Peter Schneider
    Burnout and physician well-being / Hrayr Attarian and Phyllis C. Zee
    Transitions of care / Israel De Alba and Alpesh N. Amin
    Team-based medicine / John Hann
    The role of simulation for the OB hospitalist / Corey K. Nelson, Christine M. Kim, and Adam Crosland Part III: Clinical conditions and procedures in OBH medicine, A: Core obstetric conditions. Asthma in pregnancy / Richard A. Lee and Dharmi B. Patel
    Blood product replacements / Minh-Ha Tran
    Cardiac disease in pregnancy / Sarah E. Paraghamian and Afshan B. Hameed
    Cervical insufficiency / Cindy Tung Chau and Lili S. Wei
    Diabetes in pregnancy / Carol A. Major and Jonathan G. Steller
    Dermatologic conditions in pregnancy / Lance W. Chapman ... [et al.]
    Obstetrical pharmacology / Catherine S. Sitka
    Electronic fetal heart monitoring for the OB/GYN hospitalist / Thomas J. Garite, Jennifer Y. Duffy, and Emily Hamilton
    Headaches in pregnancy / Baotran N. Vo and Estern Danphuong Ho Wang
    Human immunodeficiency virus in pregnancy / Laura Sienas, Carey Moreno-Hunt, and Douglas Gilbert
    Hyperemesis / Sarah Lynn Lovell Frey
    Hypertension in pregnancy / Sherri McElvy and Rosa H. Won
    Intrahepatic choleostasis of pregnancy / Rachel A. Newman and Judith H. Chung
    Infectious diseases in pregnancy / Lanny Hsiesh and Miki Watanabe
    Infections that affect the fetus / Robert J. Fagnant
    Stillbirth / Cindy Tung Chau
    Intrauterine growth restriction / Tamera Hatfield
    Labor management / Jane van Dis
    Maternal code blue / Catherine Gordon and Vasiliki Tatsis
    Multiple gestations / Cariz Mercurio and Melissa Westermann
    Neonatal resuscitation for the OB/GYN provider / Johanah M. Carrera
    Obstetric emergencies / M. Shane Miller and Tara M. Vick
    Obstetric anesthesia / Corey K. Nelson, Ho J. Choi, and Dmitry Portnoy
    Placental abnormalities / Robert C. Johnston and Deborah A. Wing
    Postpartum complications / Nisha Garg, Jennifer R. Butler, and Olivia Sanchez
    Preterm labor / Thoa K. Ha
    Preterm premature rupture of membranes / Isabelle J. Cohen ... [et al.]
    Psychiatric disorders in pregnancy / Shannon L. Clark and Nuria S. Garcia-Ruiz
    Opioid use in pregnancy / Kelley A. Sala, Jordana Price, and Tirah Samura
    Thromboembolic disease in pregnancy / Priya Rajan
    Trauma in pregnancy / Michael E. Lekawa, Christine M. Kim, Sebastian D. Schubl, and Lauren Yu
    Assessment of fetal acid-base status / Rebecca L. Cyper
    Trial of labor after Cesarean section and vaginal birth after Cesarean / Alissa Dangel and Linda Kleeman Part III: Clinical conditions and procedures in OBH medicine, B: Core gynecologic topics. Management of acute, abnormal uterine bleeding / Kathryn Merriam and Lynn Amy Boardman
    First-trimester bleeding / Janet C. Jacobson and Shannon Connolly
    Pelvic pain / Maureen C. Ries and Marcie Rome
    Vulvar and vaginal tearing / Jeannette Lager, Mzimeli Morris, and Kavita Mishra Part III: Clinical conditions and procedures in OBH medicine, C: Core OBH proedures. Amniocentesis / Laura E. Fitzmaurice
    Inpatient female sterilization procedures / Marisa Liu and Dayna Smith
    Breech delivery / William M. Gilbert
    Cesarean delivery / Lorene A. Temming and Eric A. Strand
    Perioperative management of cystotomies / Bobby Garcia and Felicia Lane
    Episiotomy and perineal laceration repair / Virginia Tancioco and Laura E. Fitzmaurice
    External cephalic version / Joshua I. Rosenbloom and Shayna N. Conner
    Hypogastric artery ligation / Tashsa Serna-Gallegos and Robert E. Bristow
    Obstetric ultrasound / Manuel Porto and Megan C. Oakes
    Manual rotation of the occiput posterior or occiput transverse fetus in labor / Jean Maunder
    Operative vaginal deliveries / Michael D. Moxley
    Postpartum hemorrhage procedures / Katherine Coakley and Laura E. Fitzmaurice
    Pudendal nerve blocks / Tusani Illangasekare
    Vulvar and vaginal hematoma / Lauren A. Cadish
    Digital Access AccessObGyn 2019
  • Digital
    Debra S. Heller.
    Contents:
    1. Getting the best answer: specimen handling and a quick review of the workings of the pathology laboratory
    2. Normal histology of the female genital tract
    3. Diseases of the vulva and anal neoplasia
    4. Diseases of the vagina and urethra
    5. Diseases of the cervix
    6. Diseases of the endometrium
    7. Diseases of the myometrium
    8. Diseases of the fallopian tube
    9. Diseaes of the ovary
    10. Diseases of the broad ligaments and peritoneum
    11. Pathology of the female genital tract related to pregnancy
    12. Pathology of the placenta
    13. Gestational trophoblastic neoplasia
    14. Gynecologic cytology
    Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    [edited by] Amanda Mularz, Steven Dalati, Ryan Pedigo.
    Contents:
    Top 100 secrets
    The menstrual cycle
    Premenstrual syndrome and dysmenorrhea
    Abnormal uterine bleeding
    Endometriosis and adenomyosis
    Leiomyomatous uterus
    Anovulation
    Female sexual dysfunction
    Menopause
    Benign lesions of the vulva and vagina
    Lower genital tract infections
    Pelvic inflammatory disease
    Ectopic pregnancy
    Induced abortion
    Contraception
    Benign adnexal masses
    Acute and chronic pelvic pain
    Urinary incontinence
    Pelvic organ prolapse
    Breast disease
    Intimate partner violence
    Puberty
    Amenorrhea
    Infertility
    Ovulation induction and in vitro fertilization
    Spontaneous abortion and recurrent pregnancy loss
    Hirsutism and polycystic ovarian syndrome
    Precancerous lesions of the lower genital tract
    Vulvar and vaginal cancer
    Cervical cancer
    Endometrial hyperplasia and uterine cancer
    Ovarian cancer
    Gestational trophoblastic disease
    Normal physiology of pregnancy
    Pathophysiology of the placenta
    Preconception counseling
    Comprehensive prenatal care
    Nutrition and exercise in pregnancy
    Obstetric ultrasound
    Prenatal diagnosis
    Antepartum fetal surveillance
    Genetics in pregnancy
    Cervical insufficiency and cerclage
    Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy
    Disorders of fetal growth
    Amniotic fluid disorders
    Alloimmunization
    Renal disease in pregnancy
    Pregestational and gestational diabetes
    Hypertension in pregnancy
    Thyroid disease in pregnancy
    Autoimmune diseases in pregnancy
    Neurologic issues in pregnancy
    Pulmonary disease in pregnancy
    Cardiovascular disease in pregnancy
    Infections in pregnancy
    Surgery during pregnancy
    Trauma in pregnancy
    Alcohol and drug abuse during pregnancy
    Obesity in pregnancy
    Multiple gestation
    Labor and vaginal delivery
    Intrapartum fetal surveillance
    Cesarean delivery and vaginal birth after cesarean delivery
    Obstetric anesthesia
    Preterm labor and preterm premature rupture of membranes
    Placenta previa and placental abruption
    Malpresentation
    Postpartum hemorrhage
    Newborn resuscitation
    Postpartum care.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2017
  • Digital
    Shamim I. Ahmad, Syed Khalid Imam, editors.
    Contents:
    1. White Adipose Tissues: Beyond Fat Storage
    2. Brown Adipose Tissue and Obesity
    3. Long-Chain Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Obesity
    4. Leptin and Obesity
    5. Role of Neuro-Endocrine System in Obesity
    6. Oxidative Stress and Obesity
    7. Genetics of Obesity
    8. Obesity and Coronary Heart Disease
    9. Obesity and Diabetes
    10. Obesity and Breathing Related Sleep Disorder
    11. Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease and Obesity: Pathophysiology and Putative Treatment
    12. Obesity and Gastrointestinal Disorder in Children
    13. Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Obesity
    14. Obesity, Cardiometabolic Risk, and Chronic Kidney Disease
    15. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Obesity
    16. Obesity and Cancer
    17. Obesity and Thyroid Cancer
    18. Depression and Obesity
    19. Obesity in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery
    20. New Technology in the Assessment and Treatment of Obesity
    21. Obstetrical Risk in Obesity
    22. Bariatric Surgery in Obesity
    23. Decoding the Code: Underlying Physiological Mechanisms of Bariatric Surgery
    24. Infant Nutrition and Obesity
    25. Disordered Eating and Obesity
    26. Physical Activity in Obesity and Diabetes
    27. Obesity Prevention in Young Children.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Paolo Sbraccia, Nicholas Finer, editors.
    Summary: This book presents the latest advances in our understanding of the pathophysiologic basis that induces the chronic positive energy balance necessary to progressively store excessive amounts of fat mass. It highlights the clinical complications of obesity, while also focusing on the major scientific advances that have highlighted the role of genetics, adipose tissue endocrinology and the environment in the mechanisms and causes of obesity. Particular attention is given to the consequences of obesity, including an ever -increasing number of other diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer, as well as conditions such as arthropathy, asthma, non-alcoholic liver disease, and dementia. Increasingly recognized uniting causes highlight the role of systemic, local and paracrine actions of adipocytokines in causing inflammation. As we come to better understand how hypothalamic control of energy balance is influenced by endocrine signaling from the gut and adipose tissue, it paves the way for new therapeutic targets and a resurgence of pharmacological and surgical approaches to treatment. Written by respected experts in the field, this volume is intended as a major reference source for endocrinologists, nutritionists, basic and clinical scientists alike.

    Contents:
    Epidemiology
    Genetics
    Epigenetics and fetal programming
    Neuroendocrinology of energy balance
    The adipose organ
    Role of gut hormones
    Pathogenesis
    Environmental factors: pollutants, viruses food
    Food, metabolism and longevity
    The microbiota and energy balance
    Eating disorders
    Clinical assessment of the patient with overweight or obesity
    Obesity and NAFLD
    Obesity and type 2 diabetes
    Obesity and hypertension
    Obesity and dyslipidemia
    Obesity and obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome
    Impact of obesity on cardiovascular disease
    Obesity and psychiatry
    Obesity in Children
    Dietary treatment
    Physical exercise
    Cognitive and behavioral approaches
    Pharmacological approaches
    Surgical approaches
    An integrated view of treatment options.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Robin P. Blackstone.
    Contents:
    1. Epidemiology, measurement, cost of obesity
    2. Prejudice, discrimation, and the preferred approach to the patient with obesity
    3. The biology of weight regulation and genetic resetting
    4. The biology of adipose tissue
    5. Obesity-related diseases and syndromes: insulin resistance, Type 2 diabetes mellitus, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, cardiovascular disease, and metabolic syndrome
    6. Obesity-related diseases and syndromes: cancer, endocrine disease, pulmonary disease, pseudotumor cerebri, and disordered sleep
    7. Pediatric obesity
    8. Fundamentals of diet, exercise, and behavior modification
    9. The assessment of the adult patient with overweight and obesity
    10. Beyond traditional management: the use of medications in the treatment of obesity
    11. Bariatric surgery
    12. Population health management of obesity
    Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Sanjay Agrawal, editor.
    Contents:
    Section I. Obesity and metabolic syndrome
    Section II. Introduction to bariatric surgery
    Section III. Perioperative assessment for bariatric surgery
    Section IV. Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (LRYGB): techniques, complications, outcomes, and controversies
    Section V. Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy (LSG): technique, complications, outcomes, and controversies
    Section VI. Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding (LAGB): technique, complications, outcomes and controversies
    Section VII. Advances in minimally invasive bariatric surgery
    Section VIII. Revisional bariatric surgery
    Section IX. Other operations for obesity
    Section X. Endoscopic approaches in obesity and bariatric surgery
    Section XI. Metabolic effects of bariatric surgery
    Section XII. Training, reporting, and practice in bariatric surgery
    Section XIII. Miscellaneous topics
    Section XIV. Special topics.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Jun Yu, editor.
    Contents:
    1. Introduction
    2. Epidemiology and etiologic associations of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and associated HCC
    3. Pathogenesis of NASH: how metabolic complications of overnutrition favour lipotoxicity and pro-inflammatory fatty liver disease
    4. Chemokines and chemokine receptors in the development of NAFLD
    5. NAFLD related-HCC: the relationship with metabolic disorders
    6. Hepatocellular carcinoma in obesity: finding a needle in the haystack?
    7. Dysregulated epigenetic modifications in the pathogenesis of NAFLD-HCC
    8. The influence of gut microbial metabolism on the development and progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
    9. Microbiota, obesity and NAFLD
    10. Autophagy, NAFLD and NAFLD-related HCC
    11. Animal models of non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases and its associated liver cancer
    12. Current prevention and treatment options for NAFLD.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Saverio Cinti.
    Contents:
    The Adipose Organ
    Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT)
    White Adipose Tissue (WAT)
    The Adipose Organ: Cold Acclimation
    BAT
    WAT
    The Adipose Organ: Warm Acclimation: BAT
    The Obese Adipose Organ: BAT
    The Fasted Adipose Organ: WAT
    BAT
    The Adipose Organ During Lactation: WAT
    BAT
    The Fetal Adipose Organ
    The Adipose Organ In Genetically Modified Models.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Kristy A. Brown, Evan R. Simpson.
    Summary: Obesity is a risk factor for breast cancer in older women. A number of adipose-derived and obesity-related factors have been shown to affect tumour cell growth. These include adipokines, insulin, IGF-1 and oestrogens. The majority of obesity-related postmenopausal breast cancers are oestrogen-dependent. Since the ovaries no longer produce oestrogens after menopause, and that circulating levels are negligible, it is evident that it is the oestrogens produced locally within the breast adipose that are responsible for the increased growth of breast cancer cells. Aromatase is the enzyme that converts androgens into oestrogens and its regulation is dependent on the activity of a number of tissue-specific promoters.Targeting oestrogen biosynthesis in obesity may be useful for the prevention of breast cancer.Aromatase inhibitors are efficacious at treating postmenopausal breast cancer and recent studies suggest that they may also be useful in the prevention setting. However, these compounds inhibit the catalytic activity of aromatase and as a consequence lead to a number of undesirable side-effects, including arthralgia and possible cognitive defects due to inhibition of aromatase in the bone and brain, respectively. Novel therapies, such as those employed to treat obesity-associated disease, including anti-diabetics, may prove successful at inhibiting aromatase specifically within the breast.This SpringerBrief will explore all of these issues in depth and the authorsare in a unique position to write about this topic,havingextensive experience in the field of aromatase research.

    Contents:
    Estrogens, adiposity and the menopause
    The link between obesity and breast cancer: Epidemiological evidence
    Adipose-derived and obesity-related factors and breast cancer
    Estrogen biosynthesis
    Therapies aimed at breaking the linkage between obesity and breast cancer
    Conclusions.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Tobias Pischon, Katharina Nimptsch, editors.
    Contents:
    Obesity and risk of cancer: an introductory overview
    Obesity and colorectal cancer
    Obesity and breast cancer
    Obesity and oesophageal cancer
    Obesity and kidney cancer
    Obesity and pancreatic cancer
    Obesity and endometrial cancer
    Obesity and prostate cancer
    Obesity and ovarian cancer
    Obesity and liver cancer
    Obesity biomarkers, metabolism and risk of cancer: an epidemiological perspective
    Biological mechanisms for the effect of obesity on cancer risk: experimental evidence
    Obesity as an avoidable cause of cancer (attributable risks).
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    editors, Krista R. Casazza, Lynae J. Hanks.
    Contents:
    Obesity and childhood / Krista R. Casazza & Lynae J. Hanks
    Conceptualization and predictive environmental factors for childhood obesity / Sandra Verbeken, Ellen Moens, Lien Goossens & Caroline Braet
    Genetic contributors to pediatric obesity : beyond more iterations of BMI / Lynae J. Hanks, Anna L. Newton, Danielle Lorch, Pranayraj Kondapally & Krista R. Casazza
    Parenting and management of pediatric obesity / Moria Golan
    Role as a public health concern: need for prevention across the lifecycle / Mary Jo Messito
    Dietary intake and childhood obesity / Abigail E. Duffine & Stella L. Volpe
    Psychosocial stresses in pediatric obesity : what comes into the room with an obese child and their parents? / Gerri Minshall & Shirley Alexander
    Ask the experts : differences in interventions : special considerations for sex, stage of development and ethnicity / Krista R. Casazza and Lynae J. Hanks
    Multiple choice questions : answers.
    Digital Access Future Med 2014
  • Digital
    Joel Faintuch, Salomão Faintuch, editors.
    Summary: This timely and clinically oriented book uniquely addresses the entire spectrum of treatment for severe obesity and diabetes. It thoroughly examines all aspects from robotic surgery to cell therapy, from the latest antidiabetic drugs to endoscopic procedures and devices, from appetite-inhibiting signals and nutrients to gastric arterial embolization. It offers objective and authoritative information for practicing professionals; not only are successful interventions discussed and updated, but cutting-edge and experimental pathways are also anticipated. Obesity is the foremost nutritional challenge worldwide. Its companion is type-2 diabetes, the most prevalent metabolic disease. Together they represent the diabesity epidemic, which is draining resources, overwhelming healthcare facilities, and impacting life expectancy and quality of life everywhere. No country has been spared, and most medical specialties have been affected. Many books focus on the surgical options for obesity and diabetes, namely bariatric and metabolic operations. Information on the clinical and pharmacological treatment is also available, conveyed by standard texts on internal medicine and endocrinology. Yet endoscopic maneuvers and prostheses, cell therapy for diabetes, and other innovative approaches are hard to come by, as conventional texts overlook such therapies. This timely publication bridges the gaps between all different therapeutic options, also covering advances in the conservative, surgical and parasurgical domains. This book will appeal to seasoned specialists, students and healthcare professionals in training alike.

    Contents:
    The Dual Problem of Obesity and Diabetes: Old Problems Die Hard
    Cost of Obesity Recurrence
    Recent Trends in Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery
    Perspectives of Robotic Bariatric Surgery
    Sleeve Gastrectomy and Transit Bipartition
    Surgical Options in Type 2 Diabetes
    Endoscopic Therapeutic Options for Type 2 Diabetes
    Ileal Transposition Surgery: Mechanisms of Weight Loss and Diabetes Improvements
    Left Gastric Artery Embolization to Treat Obesity: Rationale, Technique, Experimental and Clinical Studies
    Pharmacologic Approach to Type 2 Diabetes in Obese Patients
    Peripheral Signals and Food Intake Control
    Appetite-Inhibiting Properties of Proteins
    Cell Therapy for Diabetes
    Stem Cells Derived Insulin-Secreting Cells for Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus: Exploiting Laboratory Discoveries.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    guest editors Christopher F. Bolling, Michael Dedekian.
    Summary: "AM:STARs is the official publication of the AAP Section on Adolescent Health. Published 2 times per year, it offers adolescent specialists and primary care physicians timely information on matters relating to adolescent health and wellness. The AM:STARs Obesity and Diabetes in the Adolescent covers a wide variety of topics including: type I and type II diabetes - diagnosis/evaluation/treatment & future treatments being developed; how to distinguish between type I and type II; insulin resistance; pre-diabetes and the metabolic syndrome; dyslipidemia evaluation and treatment; disorders of growth and puberty in obesity; overlooked complications of obesity; laboratory evaluation of obesity; nutritional management of obesity; hypertension and sleep apnea; behavioral approaches in adolescent weight management; weight bias/stigma in overweight adolescents; adolescent weight management in the primary care setting; physical activity promotion in the adolescent patient; [and] genetics of obesity"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Adolescent weight management in the primary care setting
    Laboratory evaluation of obesity in adolescents: recommendations and controversies
    Avoiding weight bias and stigma
    Motivational interviewing in adolescent weight management
    Dietary approaches and behavioral strategies for adolescent weight management
    Physical activity promotion in the adolescent patient
    Serious but overlooked complications of obesity: nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, hypertension, and obstructive sleep apnea
    Disorders of growth and puberty in obesity
    Genetic and epigenetic causes of obesity
    Management of type 2 diabetes and prediabetes in children and adolescents
    Type 1 diabetes mellitus in adolescents
    Pumps, sensors, and emerging artificial pancreas technology.
    Digital Access AAP ebooks 2017
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    Emily S. Jungheim, editor.
    Contents:
    Introduction to Obesity and Fertility
    Obesity and the HPO axis
    Childhood and Adolescent Obesity: Implications for Reproductive Health and Function
    Nutrition in Human Fertility
    Preconceptional Obesity and Fetal Outcomes?Transdisciplinary Evidence for Obesity?s Effects on Fertility
    Fertility Treatment Outcomes in Obese Women
    Early Pregnancy in Obese Women
    Obesity in Pregnancy
    Contraceptive Counseling in Obese Women
    Obesity and Ovarian Aging (Diminished Ovarian Reserve and Menopause)
    Obesity, Reproductive Outcomes, and Access to Infertility Treatments: A Clinical and Ethical Debate
    Surgical Interventions and Reproductive Function in Obese Women
    Conclusions: Establishing an Ethically and Medically Sound Framework for Integrating BMI Limits Into Infertility Care for Obese Women.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Methil Kannan Kutty, Asita Elengoe, editors.
    Summary: This book summarizes the effects of obesity on health and its correlation with a wide range of debilitating and life-threatening conditions in humans. It discusses the possible pathological mechanisms that are involved in the development of obesity and highlights obesity-associated molecular mechanisms that contribute to reproductive dysfunctions in men and women. The book provides mechanistic insights on the role of obesity in cardiovascular and respiratory disorders, and examines the role of the complementary molecular mechanism of the gut microbiota in the development of obesity. It also reviews the interaction between the metabolic system and immune cells in the pathogenesis of obesity-associated diseases. Lastly, it assesses the latest advances in nanomedicine as an emerging strategy for the treatment of obesity.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. Introduction
    Chapter 2. The Economics of Obesity-A Public Policy Perspective
    Chapter 3. Obesity and skin problems
    Chapter 4. Obesity and endometriosis
    Chapter 5. Hypogonadism
    Chapter 6. Effect of obesity in cardiovascular system
    Chapter 7. Impact of obesity on vaccination
    Chapter 8. Obesity-linked diseases (Comorbidities)
    Chapter 9. Imaging as a tool for measuring body fat
    Chapter 10. Extrapolation from clinical trial to practice: current pharmacotherapy on obesity
    Chapter 11. Nanotechnology in the context of obesity
    Chapter 12. Computational approach in drug development for obesity.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Ayse Basak Engin, Atilla Engin, editors.
    Summary: "Due to the resultant health consequences and considerable increase in prevalence, obesity has become a major worldwide health problem. "Obesity and Lipotoxicity" is a comprehensive review of the recent researches to provide a better understanding of the lipotoxicity-related mechanisms of obesity and the potential for the development of new treatment strategies. This book overviews the biochemical pathways leading to obesity-related metabolic disorders that occur subsequent to lipotoxicity. Chapters examine the deleterious effects of nutrient excess at molecular level including the cellular and molecular aspects of breast cancer, resistance to leptin, insulin, adiponectin, and interconnection between the circadian clock and metabolic pathways during high-fat feeding. "Lipotoxicity and Obesity" will be a useful resource for clinicians and basic science researchers, such as biochemists, toxicologists, immunologists, nutritionists, adult and pediatric endocrinologists, cardiologists, as well as students who are thought in this field"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    The definition and prevalence of obesity and metabolic syndrome / Atilla Engin
    Circadian rhythms in diet-induced obesity / Atilla Engin
    Eat and death: chronic over-eating / Atilla Engin
    Obesity, persistent organic pollutants and related health problems / Loukia Vassilopoulou, Christos Psycharakis, Demetrios Petrakis, John Tsiaoussis [and others]
    Human protein kinases and obesity / Atilla Engin
    Fat cell and fatty acid turnover in obesity / Atilla Engin
    Adipose tissue function and expandability as determinants of lipotoxicity and the metabolic syndrome / Stefania Carobbio, Vanessa Pellegrinelli, Antonio Vidal-Puig
    What is lipotoxicity? / Ayse Basak Engin
    The pathogenesis of obesity-associated adipose tissue inflammation / Atilla Engin
    Microbiota and lipotoxicity / Evren Doruk Engin
    Endoplasmic reticulum stress and obesity / Erkan Yilmaz
    Insulin resistance, obesity and lipotoxicity / Dilek Yazıcı, Havva Sezer
    Adipose tissue hypoxia in obesity and its impact on preadipocytes and macrophages: hypoxia hypothesis / Atilla Engin
    Adipocyte-macrophage cross-talk in obesity / Ayse Basak Engin
    Endothelial dysfunction in obesity / Atilla Engin
    Diet-induced obesity and the mechanism of leptin resistance / Atilla Engin
    Influence of antioxidants on leptin metabolism and its role in the pathogenesis of obesity / Harald Mangge, Christian Ciardi, Kathrin Becker, Barbara Strasser, Dietmar Fuchs [and others]
    Adiponectin-resistance in obesity / Atilla Engin
    Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease / Atilla Engin
    Lipotoxicity-related hematological disorders in obesity / Ibrahim Celalettin Haznedaroglu, Umit Yavuz Malkan
    MicroRNA and adipogenesis / Ayse Basak Engin
    The interactions between kynurenine, folate, methionine and pteridine pathways in obesity / Ayse Basak Engin, Atilla Engin
    Eligibility and success criteria for bariatric/metabolic surgery / Manuel F. Landecho, Víctor Valentí, Rafael Moncada, Gema Frühbeck
    Does bariatric surgery improve obesity associated comorbid conditions / Atilla Engin
    Obesity-associated breast cancer: analysis of risk factors / Atilla Engin
    Lipotoxicity in obesity: benefit of olive oil / Saad Elias, Sbeit Wisam, Arraf Luai, Barhoum Massad, Assy.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
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    Jürgen Ordemann, Ulf Elbelt, editors.
    Summary: Procedures and perspectives of obesity and metabolic surgery This book presents the surgical therapy of obesity and metabolic diseases in a practice-oriented and detailed way. The specific surgical procedures with their indications, performance and risks are described precisely in words and pictures. Special emphasis is placed on the choice of the appropriate surgical procedure for the individual patient. In addition to the mechanisms of action, interdisciplinary preoperative evaluation of the patient and postoperative aftercare are explained. Furthermore, surgical, internal and psychosomatic complications and complication management are described. Information on obesity center organization and alternative bariatric therapies complete the volume. This book is a translation of the original German 1st edition Adipositas- und metabolische Chirurgie by Jurgen Ordemann & Ulf Elbelt, published by Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature in 2017. The translation was done with the help of artificial intelligence (machine translation by the service DeepL.com). A subsequent human revision was done primarily in terms of content, so that the book will read stylistically differently from a conventional translation. Springer Nature works continuously to further the development of tools for the production of books and on the related technologies to support the authors. The Content: Obesity, Conservative obesity therapy, Weight-loss surgery, Metabolic surgery, Preoperative evaluation, Anesthesia, Surgical procedure, Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, Sleeve gastrectomy, Omega-loop bypass, Gastric banding, Biliopancreatic diversion, Redo-operation, Postoperative aftercare, Complications and management of complications The Editors: Professor Dr. med. Jurgen Ordemann, former holder of the professorship for Obesity Surgery at the Charite Universitatsmedizin Berlin and since 2018 Head of the Department of Obesity and Metabolic Surgery, Vivantes Klinikum Berlin-Spandau Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Ulf Elbelt, former Senior Physician at the Medical Department of Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, Charite - Universitatsmedizin Berlin and since 2019 Senior Physician for Endocrinology at Brandenburg Medical School.

    Contents:
    Conservative therapy of obesity
    Surgical therapy of obesity
    Metabolic surgery
    Surgical preparation
    Anaesthesia
    Laparoscopic gastric banding
    Laparoscopic tube
    Laparoscopic gastric bypass
    Laparoscopic mini.-bypass/omega
    Laparoscopic biliopancreatic diversion (BDP according to Scopinaro)
    Laparoscopic biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch Postoperative management
    Redo operations
    Special patient groups in bariatric surgery
    Obesity center
    Obesity surgery environment and outlook on new developments.
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    Wanda Nicholson, Kesha Baptiste-Roberts, editors.
    Contents:
    Section I. Introduction
    1. Introduction: Breaking the Cycle of Obesity in Mothers and Children
    2. Obesity and infertility
    3. Preconception and Pregnancy Care in Overweight or Obese Women
    4. hared Decision-Making and Labor Management in Parturients
    Section II. Translating the Metabolism of Pregnancy
    5. Epidemiologic Trends and Maternal Factors Predicting Postpartum Weight
    6. Relationship between depressive mood and maternal obesity- implications for postpartum depression
    7. Body Image as a Contributor to Weight in Pregnancy and Postpartum
    Section III. The Event
    8. Promoting a Healthy Weight After Delivery
    9. Obesity and Physical Activity During Pregnancy and Postpartum: Evidence, Guidelines, and Recommendations
    10. Maternal obesity, gestational weight gain, and childhood growth in the first year of life
    Section IV. Meeting the Challenges
    11. ernal Obesity and Implications for the Long-term Health of the Offspring
    12. Family- centered interventions to reduce maternal and child obesity
    13. Obesity Screening Recommendations and Emerging Policies.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    editors, Louis J. Aronne and Rekha B. Kumar.
    Summary: Comprised exclusively of clinical cases illustrating current strategies for obesity management across various types of conditions, this concise, practical casebook will provide obesity medicine specialists and all physicians who treat obesity with the best real-world strategies to properly diagnose and treat patients struggling with weight management. Each section includes a pair of cases that open with a unique clinical presentation, followed by a description of the diagnosis, assessment and management technique recommended and employed, as well as the case outcome and clinical pearls and pitfalls. Cases included in the first sections depict issues involved in obesity management in metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, insulin resistance syndromes, genetic predisposition, and type 2 diabetes. Subsequent sections present cases highlighting particular management strategies, such as psychiatric medication induced weight gain, behavioral interventions, bariatric surgery and pharmacotherapy for obesity. Pragmatic and reader-friendly, Obesity Management: A Clinical Casebook is an excellent resource for physicians who treat overweight and obesity and the complications of these conditions.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
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    [edited by] Robert K. Silverman.
    Summary: A text that comprehensively addresses both the gynecologic and obstetrical care of the obese patient. It provides clinicians with the tools needed to manage care and minimize risk of complications. Clinically focused and evidence based, it concludes with a section devoted to related conditions that would further impact patient care

    Contents:
    I: Introduction
    Biological and genetic determinants of obesity
    Economic costs of obesity
    Pregnancy and obesity in social context
    II: General
    The obese adolescent female
    Women with disabilities and obesity
    Heart disease
    Asthma and obesity
    Behavioral determinants of obesity
    Bariatric surgery
    Obesity and breast development and function
    Obesity and benign and malignant disease of the breast
    Cancer in women
    Critical care
    Pain management in the obese population
    Electronic tools
    III: Obstetrics
    Nutrition and weight gain in pregnancy: weight loss strategies/nutritional management
    Prenatal care and fertility testing
    Preconceptual counseling and prenatal diagnosis
    Checklists for care: care maps for pregnancy in the obese gravida
    Problems in labor and adverse birth outcomes
    Cesarean section/surgical management
    Endocrine disorders in pregnancy
    Pregestational and gestational diabetes
    Hypertensive disorders
    Anesthesia and obesity
    IV: Gynecology
    Bariatric surgery and pregnancy
    Contraceptive management
    Infertility issues and polycystic ovary syndrome
    Metabolic syndrome
    Botanicals and other supplements
    Menopause and perimenopausal issues
    Perioperative management of obese patients
    Minimally invasive surgery and surgical approach
    Endometrial cancers
    Urinary incontinence
    Digital Access AccessObGyn 2017
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    Christopher W.T. Miller.
    Summary: "With a mix of theory, practical advice, and illustrative clinical material, The Object Relations Lens is a compelling and indispensable resource for any clinician interested in applying the object relations model to their clinical or academic work. As accessible to trainees as it is to experienced clinicians, Dr. Christopher Miller clearly outlines object relations theory, leveraging clinical vignettes to underline the framework's applicability both in therapy and acute care settings. Readers in academic settings will also find experience-near ways of assimilating the concepts introduced in the book, as well as best practices for utilizing supervision and extensive literature recommendations. With a detailed discussion of the neuroscientific model of object relations and the integration of concepts from other schools of psychoanalytic thought that help consolidate certain discussion points, this volume will provide readers with an updated and scientifically informed understanding of how object relations theory can be harmonized with psychiatric theory and practice"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Starting Psychotherapy Supervision
    Establishing and Maintaining a Therapeutic Frame
    Words and Silence
    Finding the Focus : Content Versus Process
    Developing a Sense of Self : Theory
    Developing a Sense of Self : Clinical
    The Oedipal Situation (Exclusion and Rivalry) : Theory
    The Oedipal Situation (Exclusion and Rivalry) : Clinical
    A Neuroscientific Perspective on Object Relations
    Termination.
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    Elizabeth B. Torres.
    Summary: Objective Biometric Methods for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Nervous System Disorders provides a new and unifying methodological framework, introducing new objective biometrics to characterize patterns of sensory motor control underlying symptoms. Its goal is to radically transform the ways in which disorders of the nervous system are currently diagnosed, tracked, researched and treated. This book iintroduces new ways to bring the laboratory to the clinical setting, to schools and to settings of occupational and physical therapy. Ready-to-use, graphic user interfaces are introduced to provide outcome measures from wearable sensors that automatically assess in near real time the effectiveness of interventions. Lastly, examples of how the new framework has been effectively utilized in the context of clinical trials are provided.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
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    Roy J. Shephard, Catrine Tudor-Locke, editors.
    Contents:
    1. Physical activity and optimal health: the callenge to epidemiology
    2. A history of physical activity measurement in epidemiology
    3. Outputs available from objective monitors
    4. Protocols for data collection, management and treatment
    5. Resources for data interpretation and reporting
    6. New information on population activity patterns revealed by objective monitoring
    7. Can the epidemiologist learn more from sedentary behaviour than from the measurement of physical activity?
    8. New perspectives on activity/ disease relationships yielded by objective monitoring
    9. Excessive appetite vs. inadequate physical activity in the pathology of obesity: evidence from objective monitoring
    10. Objective monitoring and the challenge of defining dose/response relationships for the prevention of chronic disease
    11. The economic benefits of increased physical activity as seen through an objective lens
    12. Limitations of current objective monitors and opportunities to overcome these problems
    13. Objective measurement in physical activity surveillance: present role and future potential
    14. Self-report and direct measures of health: bias and implications
    15. Conclusions and future directions.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    Janet T. E. Riddle, Joan Dinner ; foreword by Margaret W. Thomson.
    Contents:
    --v.1, The structure of the body: cells, tissues and skin; case histories and questions based on nursing care of gastro-enteritis, undernutrition and infestation ; v.2, The skeletal system and the muscular system ; v.3, The circulatory system and the respiratory system ; v.4, The digestive system and the urinary system
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    Carlos J. Finlay.
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    Razetti, Luis.
    Contents:
    1. Deontología médica
    2. Divulgacion
    3. Biologia
    4. Cirugia
    5. Obstetricia
    6. Higene y medicina social
    7. Anatomia y varios.
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    aus dem Lateinischen übers. von Günther Goldschmidt ; bearb. und hrsg. von Heinrich Buess.
    Contents: <br/
    >1. Buch. Funktionelle Störungen des Sinnes und der Bewegung.
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    Lynne M. Drummond, St. George's Hospital Medical School, University of London with Laura J. Edwards.
    Summary: "Obsessive-compulsive disorders affects between 1 and 3 percent of the population. Ranging from relatively mild symptoms to being a profoundly disabling disorder, it is a condition that is amenable to modern treatments. This book examines the evidence for and potential role of a range of treatment methods, from CBT to pharmacological approaches. It asks what an individual can do to help themselves, and how friends and relatives can assist in the recovery process. Although firmly based in clinical research, it is written in a jargon-free and accessible style to help provide deep understanding of the disorder. Personal narratives and case studies of people living with OCD feature to illustrate points, and the book considers emerging research and the future of approaches to OCD. Built upon decades of experience, this guide will inform and support adults and young people living with OCD, as well as carers, families and health professionals"-- Provided by publisher. "This book arises out of my experience with people living with OCD and their families since the 1980s. When I was developing my interest in this area, few people had heard of OCD and those who had were often still confused about what it was. Today there appears, at first sight, to be much greater awareness. However, a higher profile in the media has also led to a frequent underestimation about how damaging and severe OCD can be. People now frequently quip that they are "a bit OCD" not understanding that in its severe forms, OCD destroys relationships and families and can lead to the early demise of the individual. OCD is not just being fussy or preferring an orderly life but is a serious, life-restricting psychological disorder which requires help and treatment. Fortunately we now have good and effective treatments which can alter the prognosis of OCD and lead to people living happy, fulfilled lives with minimal inconvenience from OCD symptoms. Despite this there is still often confusion about what the evidenced-based treatments are and how to ensure that the person receives the appropriate help and care they need. I am hoping that this book will help to bridge the gap. I have described what OCD is and how it can impact on families. There is then a full discussion concerning tried and tested treatments. I then examine more "experimental" and unusual treatments for that handful of individuals who do not gain benefit from standard treatments"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Machine generated contents note:
    1. So What is OCD and is It Really a Problem?;
    2. Who Gets OCD and How Would Anyone Know if They Had It?;
    3. Types and Presentation of OCD;
    4. Drug Treatment;
    5. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD;
    6. Children and Adolescents with OCD;
    7. Old Treatments, Modern Developments, New Research and Potential Treatments for the Future;
    8. Other Conditions which Appear Similar to OCD ;
    9. What Can Family and Carers Do to Help a Person with OCD?;
    10. What Can the Person with OCD Do to Help Themselves?
    Digital Access Cambridge 2018
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    Lieuwe De Haan, Frederike Schirmbeck, Mathias Zink, editors.
    Summary: This book summarizes scientific advances in our understanding of the interrelationship between obsessive-compulsive symptoms (OCS) and schizophrenia and reflects on the implications for future research directions. In addition, guidelines are provided on practical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment interventions, covering both pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. Full account is taken of the fact that the variable clinical presentation regarding time of onset and course of OCS in patients with schizophrenia strongly suggests the need for a perspective that recognizes heterogeneous subgroups and diverse neurobiological explanations. Research-based multidimensional conceptual frameworks are accordingly provided relating to the co-occurrence of the disorders, incorporating recent epidemiological, neurocognitive, neurogenetic, and pharmacodynamic findings. Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms in Schizophrenia has been written by an international team of experts who offer insights gained through their extensive experience. It will be an invaluable guide to this frequent and clinically important comorbidity and will be particularly useful for mental health practitioners.

    Contents:
    From diagnostic entities to multidimensional concepts in psychiatry: Comorbid psychiatric disorders in Schizophrenia
    Comorbid psychiatric disorders in OCD: The Spectrum-Concept
    Phenomenology: Clinical presentation of OCS in patients with psychotic disorders (psychopathology, classification, diagnosis)
    Epidemiology: Dimensional overlap: Schizotypic OCD, schizo-obsessive disorder
    Associations of comorbid OCS with psychotic and affective symptoms and general functioning
    Neurobiology: The neurocognitive impact of comorbid OCS in schizophrenia
    GxE interactions in the pathogenesis of OCS in schizophrenia
    Neurophysiological and Neuroimaging results
    Effects of antipsychotic treatment on OCS
    Therapeutical interventions
    Augmentation and combination strategies
    Cognitive behavioural therapy
    Directions of further research.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
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    Trish Chudleigh, Alison Smith, Sonia Cumming.
    Summary: This highly illustrated manual is ideal for both the trainee and experienced sonographer that covers the full range of obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound examinations undertaken within a secondary referral setting. It combines the practicalities of how to perform these examinations with the information needed to interpret the findings and construct a clinically useful report. The new edition of this well-established book expands its scope to provide an understanding of ultrasound imaging within the clinical management of the gynaecological patient. Elsewhere, its obstetric content has been fully updated with the latest technological, clinical and medico-legal information relevant to routine practice. Furthermore, its experienced sonographer authors continue to advise on the practical aspects of scanning as well as the role, value and limitations of ultrasound in the diagnosis of different diseases thus providing firm foundations in both obstetric and gynaecological imaging. -- Back cover.

    Contents:
    The principles of ultrasound, Doppler ultrasound and instrumentation
    Preparing to scan
    Starting to scan using the transabdominal route
    Starting to scan using the transvaginal route
    Assessing the early intrauterine pregnancy
    Problems of early pregnancy
    Dating and screening the pregnancy between 10 and 14 weeks
    First steps in examining the second trimester pregnancy
    Assessing the fetal head, brain, neck and face
    Assessing the chest and heart
    Assessing the abdomen
    Ultrasound assessment of the spine and limbs
    Assessing fetal growth, amniotic fluid, fetal and uterine artery Dopplers
    Placental and cervical imaging
    Multiple pregnancy
    Scanning the non pregnant pelvis
    The menstrual cycle, the menopause and the effects of exogenous hormones
    Uterine and ovarian anomalies
    Characterization of adnexal cysts, differential diagnoses of the pelvis and report writing
    Professional issues
    Appendix 1-11.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey Nursing 2017
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    Mala Sachdeva, Ilene Miller, editors.
    Summary: The female patient with chronic kidney disease often requires care that differs from the male patient. Particularly in the pregnant patient, a specialized body of knowledge is required to provide optimal care. This book focuses on such issues encountered during pregnancy including physiology and pathophysiology of pregnancy, hypertension, preeclampsia, various electrolyte disorders, nephrolithiasis, pharmacological management in the pregnant patient with kidney disease and during breastfeeding, acute kidney and chronic kidney disease, dialysis of the pregnant patient, lupus nephritis, thrombotic microangiopathy, glomerular disease management, use of renal biopsy during pregnancy, care of the female transplant patient, contraceptive counseling and postpartum care, various endocrine disorders, and bone disease in the female patient with chronic kidney disease. This book features the latest evidence and clinical approaches for the beginner or for the experienced practitioners who care for pregnant woman or even for those who require expertise in women's health. Written by experts in the field, Obstetric and Gynecologic Nephrology: Women's Health Issues in the Patient with Kidney Disease is a valuable resource for clinicians and practitioners involved in the care and treatment of obstetric and gynecologic patients afflicted with kidney disease. .

    Contents:
    Renal Physiology in Pregnancy
    Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy
    Preeclampsia and Renal Disease in Pregnancy: Obstetric Perspective
    Preeclampsia and Eclampsia: Nephrologist Perspective
    Renal Manifestations In Lupus Pregnancy
    Glomerular Disease and Pregnancy
    Renal Biopsy in Pregnancy: Risks, Benefits, Pathologic Findings, and Illustrative Examples
    Nephrolithiasis and Pregnancy
    Electrolyte Disorders in Pregnancy
    Endocrine Considerations in Pregnant Women with Chronic Kidney Disease
    Acute Kidney Injury During Pregnancy
    Chronic Kidney Disease in Pregnancy
    Dialyzing a Pregnant Woman
    Pregnancy and Kidney Transplantation
    Outcomes of Pregnancy after Transplantation: National Transplant Pregnancy Registry
    Contraception in Chronic Kidney Disease and Renal Transplantation
    Pharmacologic, Breastfeeding, and Nutritional Considerations During Pregnancy and Postpartum
    Bone Health in Women with Chronic Kidney Disease.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    [edited by] Alan C. Santos, Jonathan N. Epstein, Kallol Chaudhuri.
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    Thomas L. Archer, editor.
    Summary: With 32 engaging and dramatic cases and 174 colorful, insightful and innovative graphics, this book takes a fresh, creative and highly visual approach to the fundamentals of obstetric anesthesia as well as emerging knowledge and three emerging technologies: 1) pre-procedural ultrasound to facilitate neuraxial block placement, 2) point-of-care transthoracic echocardiography to guide maternal resuscitation, and 3) electrical cardiometry to trend maternal cardiac output and avoid fetal hypoxia. Besides discussing the threats to fetal oxygenation presented by labor and the avoidance of maternal and fetal complications while providing excellent anesthesia, the book also explores the psychological and behavioral dimensions of obstetric anesthesia practice and promotes the obstetric anesthesiologist as a valued member of the obstetric care team who makes unique, insightful and empathic contributions to the overall excellent care of pregnant patients. Obstetric Anesthesia: A Case-Based and Visual Approach is an indispensable resource for medical students, residents, fellows, anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and obstetricians.

    Contents:
    Section One: Pregnancy, anesthesia and threats to fetal oxygenation
    Chapter 1: Normal pregnancy, labor and delivery
    without epidural analgesia
    Chapter 2: Neuraxial anesthesia and the supine position cause non-reassuring fetal status
    Chapter 3: Hyperstimulation
    Chapter 4: Scheduled repeat Cesarean delivery
    Section Two: Postpartum hemorrhage
    Chapter 5: Uterine atony: the most common cause of postpartum hemorrhage
    Chapter 6: Hypovolemic shock
    Chapter 7: A traumatic cesarean delivery with consumptive coagulopathy
    Chapter 8: Trial of labor after cesarean delivery (TOLAC), with uterine dehiscence and emergency cesarean delivery under general anesthesia
    Section Three: More obstetric crises
    Chapter 9: High spinal
    Chapter 10: Prolapsed umbilical cord
    Chapter 11: A patient delivers vaginally after an eclamptic seizure
    Chapter 12: Cesarean delivery under general anesthesia in a septic patient
    Section Four: More challenging cases
    Chapter 13: Morbidly obese preeclamptic patient with difficult IV access for urgent cesarean delivery
    Chapter 14: Patient with known placenta previa and accreta for elective cesarean hysterectomy
    Chapter 15: A patient with severe idiopathic pulmonary hypertension delivers her fourth child
    Section 5: Successful neuraxial anesthesia
    Chapter 16: Fooling ourselves: intravenous fentanyl creates the illusion of a successful epidural
    Chapter 17: What not to do during uterine contractions
    three vignettes with one simple lesson
    Chapter 18: A one-sided epidural
    Chapter 19: Dosing an epidural for "back labor."
    Chapter 20: Management of a patient with an unsatisfactory labor epidural, now going for cesarean delivery
    Chapter 21: Rescuing a low spinal
    Chapter 22: A failed epidural followed by a failed spinal (Part 1)
    Chapter 23: A failed epidural followed by a failed spinal (Part 2)
    Chapter 24: Labor epidural for a patient with scoliosis
    Section 6: Anesthetic complications
    Chapter 25: Wrong medication
    Chapter 26: Headache after dural puncture with an epidural needle. -Chapter 27: Neurological deficit after neuraxial analgesia for labor and vaginal delivery
    Chapter 28: Left sciatic neuropathy after cesarean delivery in an obese, diabetic patient
    Chapter 29: Vasopressin, used as a vasopressor during cystoscopy, causes non-reassuring fetal status
    Chapter 30: Emergency cesarean delivery after repair of an ankle fracture
    Chapter 31: Another spinal mishap
    Section 7: Dysfunctional labor and uterine oxygenation: a theory
    Chapter 32: Cardiac output-guided resuscitation of the uterus: an obese patient has dysfunctional labor which resolves with position change. Coincidence or possible therapy?.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    [edited by] Philip E. Hess, Yunping Li, John J. Kowalczyk, Justin K. Stiles.
    Summary: "This textbook features a succinct, evidence-based review tied with practical and clinical protocols for each important topic in the anesthetic care of the pregnant woman"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access AccessObGyn 2023
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    Berrin Gunaydin, Samina Ismail, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
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    edited by Tauqeer Husain, Roshan Fernando, Scott Segal.
    Summary: "The complex healthcare needs of pregnant patients, where care is tailored to not one but two patients, pose specific challenges to anesthesiologists. This book provides concise, case-based discussion on the clinical scenarios and challenges faced in the provision of anesthesia and pain relief for expectant mothers. In the style of problem-based learning, each case is presented as a short scenario, followed by discussion of the causes, risk factors, management and controversies involved. The textbook features a wide range of cases, from common clinical scenarios that are experienced in day-to-day practice to the rare but significant pathologies less familiar to most clinicians. With a global base of contributors, the book is relevant to practice across the world. The concise format supports both trainee anesthesiologists in their initial experiences of obstetrics and exam preparation, and experienced clinicians in need of a reliable, quick-reference text"--Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019
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    Errol R. Norwitz, George R. Saade, Hugh Miller, Christina Davidson.
    Contents:
    Front Matter
    Preventative Health. Abnormal Pap Smear in Pregnancy
    Immunization
    Preconception Care
    Prenatal Care1
    Maternal Disorders. Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome
    Asthma
    Cholestasis of Pregnancy
    Chronic Hypertension1
    Deep Vein Thrombosis
    Gestational Diabetes Mellitus1,2
    Gestational Hypertension1
    Preeclampsia
    Pregestational Diabetes Mellitus
    Pulmonary Edema
    Pulmonary Embolism1
    Renal Disease
    Seizure Disorder
    Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    Thrombocytopenia
    Thyroid Dysfunction
    Infectious Complications. Asymptomatic Bacteriuria1
    Urinary Tract Infection/Pyelonephritis
    Lower Genital Tract Infection
    Group B [beta]-Hemolytic Streptococcus1
    Hepatitis B
    Herpes Simplex Virus
    Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    Parvovirus B19
    Syphilis
    Tuberculosis1
    Chorioamnionitis (Intraamniotic Infection)1
    Antenatal Complications. Advanced Maternal Age
    Antepartum Fetal Testing1
    Breast Lesions
    Cervical Insufficiency
    First&#x02010;trimester Vaginal Bleeding
    Higher-Order Multifetal Pregnancy
    Hyperemesis Gravidarum
    Intrauterine Fetal Demise
    Fetal Growth Restriction1
    Isoimmunization
    Macrosomia
    Medically-Indicated Late Preterm and Early Term Delivery
    Obesity
    Oligohydramnios1
    Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
    Placenta Accreta
    Placenta Previa
    Placental Abruption
    Polyhydramnios1
    Post-term Pregnancy1
    Pregnancy Termination
    Prenatal Diagnosis
    Preterm Labor
    Screening for Preterm Birth
    Preterm Premature Rupture of the Membranes1
    Vaginal Birth after Cesarean (VBAC)
    Teratology
    Term Premature Rupture of the Membranes1
    Twin Pregnancy
    Intrapartum/Postpartum Complications. Breech Presentation
    Intrapartum Fetal Testing1
    Cesarean Delivery
    Operative Vaginal Delivery1
    Severe Perineal Lacerations1
    Intrapartum Management of Twin Pregnancy
    Postpartum Hemorrhage1
    Retained Placenta
    Postpartum Endomyometritis1
    Mastitis
    Vasa Previa
    Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders
    Sterilization1
    Obstetric Emergencies. Acute Abdomen in Pregnancy
    Acute Asthma Exacerbation
    Acute Shortness of Breath
    Cord Prolapse
    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    Diabetic Ketoacidosis1
    Eclampsia
    Shoulder Dystocia1
    Thyroid Storm
    Recommended Reading.
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
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    edited by Kirsty MacLennan, Catherine Robinson.
    Summary: Simulation is becoming an integral part of medical education and has already a well-established role within anaesthesia training, with many examination questions already modelled on simulation scenarios. The clinical diversity and multidisciplinary nature of an obstetric team creates the ideal environment for simulation training. It enables the team to develop their knowledge of clinical emergencies whilst becoming more aware of the importance of human factors. This book is a practical guide to inspire clinical leads to establish simulation within their delivery suite. The book comprises an extensive obstetric scenario library, with each scenario broken down into learning outcomes, a list of staff and equipment needed, specific stages mapped to learning outcomes with appropriate results/investigations and a checklist of ideal actions to enable the post-scenario debrief. Written by consultant obstetric anaesthetists, this book will appeal to medical practitioners interested in facilitating obstetric simulation.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019
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    Diogo Ayres-de-Campos.
    Summary: This book provides a practical guide to the management of obstetric emergencies? acute complications during pregnancy and childbirth that pose a life-threatening risk to the mother and/or the fetus, and whose treatment requires an almost immediate response from the healthcare team in order to guarantee a favorable outcome. The book covers two essential areas: the "predominately fetal" emergencies - acute fetal hypoxia/acidosis, shoulder dystocia, and retention of the aftercoming head; and the "predominately maternal" emergencies - eclampsia, maternal cardiorespiratory arrest and post-partum hemorrhage. The book offers a valuable guide for healthcare professionals who deal with obstetric patients, as they may use it for reviewing these rare situations and for consultation when they encounter them. It is also a useful reference manual for simulation-based courses designed to develop and maintain clinical expertise in this area. Healthcare professionals will find that this book offers a comprehensive and pan-European perspective on the clinical management of these situations, as well as a pragmatic and reliable source of information for dealing with acute complications of pregnancy and childbirth.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Acute fetal hypoxia (including umbilical cord prolapse)
    Uterine rupture and major placental abruption
    Shoulder dystocia
    Eclampsia
    Retention of the aftercoming head
    Maternal cardio-respiratory arrest
    Amniotic fluid embolism
    Pulmonary thromboembolism
    Major obstetric haemorrhage
    Simulation-based training of obstetric emergencies.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
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    edited by Sue Pavord, Beverley Hunt.
    Summary: Understand the rapidly growing complexities of obstetric hematology and high-risk pregnancy management, with experts in the field. Now in its second edition, this comprehensive and essential guide focuses on providing the best support for patients and clinical staff, to prevent serious complications in pregnancy and the post-partum period for both mother and baby. Wide-ranging and detailed, the guide offers discussions on basic principles of best care, through to tackling lesser-known hematological conditions, such as cytopenias and hemoglobinopathies. Updated with color illustrations, cutting-edge research, accurate blood film reproductions, and practical case studies, the revised edition places invaluable advice into everyday context. This unique resource is essential reading for trainees and practitioners in obstetrics, anesthesia, and hematology, as well as midwives, nurses, and laboratory staff. Clarifying difficult procedures for disease prevention, the guide ensures safety when the stakes are high. Reflecting current evidence-based guidelines, the updated volume is key to improving pregnancy outcomes worldwide.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2018
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    [edited by] Joshua A. Copel, Mary E. D'Alton, Helen Feltovich, Eduard Gratacoś, Deborah Krakow, Anthony O. Odibo, Lawrence D. Platt, Boris Tutschek.
    Summary: "Richly illustrated and comprehensive in scope, Obstetric Imaging, 2nd Edition, provides up-to-date, authoritative guidelines for more than 200 obstetric conditions and procedures, keeping you at the forefront of this fast-changing field. This highly regarded reference covers the extensive and ongoing advances in maternal and fetal imaging in a concise, newly streamlined format for quicker access to common and uncommon findings. Detailed, expert guidance, accompanied by superb, high-quality images, helps you make the most of new technologies and advances in obstetric imaging"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Atlas of selected normal images
    Congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation of the lung
    Bronchopulmonary sequestration
    Hydrothorax
    Scimitar syndrome
    Thymus
    Other thoracic tumors and masses
    Abnormal kidney location
    Abnormal kidney size
    Bilateral renal agenesis
    Unilateral renal agenesis
    Renal pelvis dilatation
    Duplicated collecting system
    Posterior urethral valves
    Multicystic dysplastic kidney
    Autosomal recessive (infantile) polycystic kidney disease
    Fetal adrenal abnormalities
    Ambiguous genitalia
    Cloacal abnormalities
    Gastroschisis
    Omphalocele
    Echogenic bowel
    Fetal hepatic calcification
    Abdominal cysts
    Biliary anomalies
    Intestinal obstruction
    Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
    Hepatic anomalies
    Intraabdominal masses
    Megacystis-microcolon-intestinal hypoperistalsis syndrome
    Sacrococcygeal teratoma and fetus in fetu
    Fetal spleen
    Choroid plexus anomalies : cysts and papillomas
    Corpus callosum and septum pellucidum anomalies
    Septooptic dysplasia
    Cortical development and disorders
    Cerebellar anomalies
    Walker-Warburg syndrome
    Holoprosencephaly
    Intracranial hemorrhage, cysts, tumors, and destructive lesions
    Neural tube defects
    Vascular cerebral anomalies
    Ventriculomegaly
    Pregnancy of unknown location, early pregnancy loss, ectopic pregnancy, and cesarean scar pregnancy
    Nuchal translucency
    Introduction
    Atelosteogenesis disorders
    Campomelic dysplasia
    Chondrodysplasia punctata
    DTDST dysplasia (including AOII and achondrogenesis IB)
    FGFR3 disorders : thanatophoric dysplasia, achondroplasia, and hypochondroplasia
    Hypophosphatasia
    Osteogenesis imperfecta
    Radial ray deficiency
    Russell-silver syndrome
    Short rib thoracic dysplasia with or without polydactyly
    Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita
    Other type II collagen disorders
    Acrofacial dysostosis
    Caudal regression syndrome
    Spinal abnormalities and Klippel-Feil syndrome
    Abnormal hands : focus on the thumbs
    Craniosynostosis
    Clubfoot (talipes equinovarus) and clenched hands
    Clubfoot (talipes equinovarus)
    Cleft lip and palate
    Orbital defects : hypertelorism and hypotelorism
    Choanal atresia
    Micrognathia and retrognathia
    Facial dysmorphism
    Cystic hygroma
    Neck teratoma
    Fetal thyroid masses and fetal goiter
    Congenital high airways obstruction syndrome (chaos) and bronchial atresia
    Ultrasound of normal fetal heart
    Ventricular septal defect
    Atrioventricular septal defect
    Tricuspid atresia
    Ebstein anomaly and tricuspid dysplasia
    Pulmonary stenosis and atresia
    Aortic stenosis and aortic atresia
    Hypoplastic left heart syndrome and mitral atresia
    Aortic coarctation
    Interruption of the aortic arch
    Aortic arch anomalies
    Tetralogy of Fallot
    Transposition of great arteries
    Double-outlet right ventricle
    Common arterial trunk
    Double-inlet single ventricle
    Atrial isomerism
    Anomalies of pulmonary venous return
    Anomalies of systemic venous return
    Cardiomyopathy
    Cardiac tumors
    Arrhythmias
    Placental abruption
    Placenta accreta
    Amniotic band sequence
    Chorioangioma
    Choriocarcinoma
    Placenta circumvallata
    Cord cyst
    Cord varix
    Gestational trophoblastic disease
    Limb-body wall complex
    Placenta previa
    Vasa previa
    Fetal macrosomia
    Beckwith-wiedemann syndrome
    Intrauterine growth restriction
    Amniocentesis
    Cordocentesis and fetal transfusion
    Chorionic villus sampling
    Radiofrequency ablation
    Selective laser photocoagulation
    Fetal shunts
    Multifetal pregnancy reduction
    Open fetal surgery
    Polyhydramnios
    Oligohydramnios
    Lymphedema and lymphatic malformations
    Nonimmune hydrops fetalis
    Immune hydrops fetalis
    Cervical length and spontaneous preterm birth
    Fetal biophysical profile
    Charge syndrome
    Cornelia de lange syndrome
    Fraser syndrome
    Fryns syndrome
    Goldenhar syndrome
    Klippel-Trénaunay-Weber syndrome
    Holt-oram syndrome
    Meckel-gruber syndrome
    Neu-laxova syndrome
    Noonan syndrome
    Pentalogy of cantrell
    Pierre robin sequence
    Poland sequence
    Prune-belly syndrome
    Roberts syndrome
    Cystic fibrosis
    Pontocerebellar disorders
    Tuberous sclerosis
    Sirenomelia
    Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome
    Vater association
    Introduction to aneuploidy
    Triploidy
    Trisomy 13
    Trisomy 18
    Trisomy 21
    Turner syndrome (monosomy X)
    Mosaic trisomies 8, 9, and 16
    22q2 deletion syndrome
    Chromosome 4p deletion syndrome (Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome)
    Chromosome 5p deletion syndrome (cri du chat syndrome)
    Miller-Dieker syndrome (17p3 deletion syndrome)
    Chorionicity of multiple gestations
    Monochorionic monoamniotic twin gestations
    Monochorionic diamniotic twin gestations
    Dichorionic diamniotic twin gestations
    Twin-twin transfusion syndrome
    Twin reversed arterial perfusion sequence
    Diagnostic procedures in multiples
    Cytomegalovirus, rubella, toxoplasmosis, herpes simplex virus, and varicella
    Congenital Zika virus syndrome
    Parvovirus b19 infection during pregnancy
    Congenital syphilis
    Ultrasound physics for the clinician
    Elasticity imaging in obstetrics
    Doppler ultrasound evaluation of the fetus and placenta
    Magnetic resonance imaging in obstetrics
    Three-dimensional ultrasound : techniques and clinical applications.
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    editor, Michael R. Foley ; assistant editors, Thomas H. Strong, Jr., Thomas J. Garite.
    Contents:
    Basic hemodymanamic monitoring in obstetric patients
    Transfusion of blood components and derivatives in the obstertics intensive care patient
    Postpartum hemorrhage
    Disseminated intravascular coagulopathy and thrombocytopenia complicating pregnancy
    Hypertensive emergencies
    Management strategies and intensive care of the obese gravida
    Thromboembolic disease complicating pregnancy
    Cardiac disease in pregnancy
    Maternal sepsis
    Thyroid and other endocrine emergencies
    Diabetic ketoacidosis in pregnancy
    Respiratory emergencies during pregnancy
    Acute kidney injury in pregnancy
    Amniotic fluid embolism
    Acute fatty liver of pregnancy
    Neurologic emergencies during pregnancy
    Advanced cardiac life support of the pregnant patient
    Trauma and pregnancy
    Transport of the critically ill obstetric patient
    Anesthesia for the complicated obstetric patient
    Psychiatric emergencies in pregnancy
    Fetal considerations in the critical care patient
    Poisoning in pregnancy
    Neonatal resuscitation: pathophysiology, organization, and survival
    Fluid and electrolyte therapy in the critically ill obstetric patient
    Human immunodeficiency virus in pregnancy
    Systemic lupus erythematosus in the pregnant patient
    Management of a vaso-occlusive sickle cell crisis in pregnancy
    Abnormal placentation
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    edited by Arthur Hale Curtis.
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    Charles R. B. Beckmann, Frank W. Ling, William N. P. Herbert, Douglas W. Laube, Roger P. Smith, Robert Casanova, Alice Chuang, Alice R. Goepfert, Nancy A. Hueppchen, Patrice M. Weiss.
    Summary: Established as the standard resource of the obstetrics and gynecology clerkship, Obstetrics and Gynecology is now in its revised Seventh Edition. This is the only clerkship book on the market fully compliant with The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist (ACOG) guidelines, treatment recommendations, and committee opinions.
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    Shireen Madani Sims.
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    Summary: "Obstetrics and Gynecology: PreTest Self-Assessment and Review, 15th Edition, is intended to provide medical students, as well as physicians, with a convenient tool for assessing and improving their knowledge of obstetrics and gynecology"-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Preconception Counseling, Genetics, and Prenatal Diagnosis
    Maternal-Fetal Physiology and Placentation
    Antepartum Care and Fetal Surveillance
    Obstetrical Complications of Pregnancy
    Medical and Surgical Complications of Pregnancy
    Normal and Abnormal Labor and Delivery
    The Puerperium, Lactation, and Immediate Care of the Newborn
    Preventive Care and Health Maintenance
    Benign and Malignant Disorders of the Breast and Pelvis
    Infertility, Endocrinology, and Menstrual Dysfunction
    Pelvic Relaxation and Urogynecology
    Human Sexuality and Contraception
    Sexual Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence
    Ethical and Legal Issues in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
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    Paul Lyons.
    Contents:
    I. Preconception and Prenatal Care
    Physiology
    Preconception Counseling
    Prenatal Care
    Medications in Pregnancy
    II. Complications of Pregnancy
    Dysmorphic Growth and Genetic Abnormalities
    Intrauterine Growth Restriction
    Preterm Labor
    Premature Rupture of Membranes
    Early Pregnancy Bleeding
    Late Pregnancy Bleeding
    Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
    Rh Isoimmunization
    Infection in Pregnancy
    Hypertension in Pregnancy
    Diabetes in Pregnancy
    Multi gestational Pregnancy
    Post-Dates Pregnancy
    III. Labor and Delivery
    Normal Labor
    Induction and Augmentation
    Pain Management in Labor
    Operative Delivery
    IV. Complications of Labor and Delivery
    Prolonged Labor
    Shoulder Dystocia
    Malpresentation
    Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring
    Maternal Fever in Labor
    Postpartum Hemorrhage
    Perineal Laceration and Episiotomy
    V. Postpartum Management
    Newborn Evaluation
    Routine Hospital Postpartum Management
    Complications of the Hospital Postpartum Period.
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    by Paul Lyons, Nathan McLaughlin.
    Summary: Obstetrical care in the family medicine setting is an ever-evolving discipline. In addition to routine updates due to the passage of time, several new developments have occurred in the field since the last edition of this book was published. Among these developments are advances in prenatal assessment and diagnosis, recommendations for vaccination in pregnancy, assessment and management of infectious disease in pregnancy, and management of chronic disease concurrent with pregnancy. All thirty-one chapters of the second edition of this text have been thoroughly updated. Several chapters warranted substantive expansion and revision due to the developments on the topic. These chapters include preconception counseling, prenatal care, dysmorphic growth, preterm labor, recurrent pregnancy loss, infection, diabetes, postdates, normal labor, induction and augmentation, prolonged labor, fetal heart rate monitoring, routine postpartum and complications postpartum. A new chapter has been added that covers vaccination in pregnancy as well as other routine wellness recommendations. Now in its fully revised and expanded third edition, Obstetrics in Family Medicine reflects the significant changes that have occurred in the field since 2015. This book remains the definitive resource for meeting the needs of a wide range of primary care providers who provide direct or indirect care of patients of childbearing age. This book also appeals to nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nursing personnel working in the primary care setting. Additionally, this book serves as a useful guide for medical providers who intersect with pregnant, or possibly pregnant patients including emergency medicine physicians, surgeons, EMT's and paramedics. .

    Contents:
    Physiology
    Preconception Counseling
    Prenatal Care
    Medications in pregnancy
    Vaccines in pregnancy
    Dysmorphic Growth
    IUGR:
    Preterm Labor
    PROM
    Early Pregnancy Bleeding
    Late Pregnancy Bleeding
    Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
    Rh Isoimmunization
    Infection in Pregnancy
    Hypertension in Pregnancy
    Diabetes in Pregnancy
    HIV in Pregnancy
    Multigestational Pregnancy
    Postdates Pregnancy
    Normal Labor
    Induction and Augmentation
    Pain Management in Labor
    Assisted Delivery
    Prolonged Labor
    Shoulder Dystocia
    Malpresentation
    Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring
    Maternal Fever in Labor
    Postpartum Hemorrhage
    Perineal Laceration and Episiotomy
    Newborn Evaluation
    Routine Hospital Postpartum Management
    Complications of the Hospital postpartum period
    The Postpartum Visit.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    editors, R. Shane Tubbs, Rod J. Oskouian, Jeffrey P. Blount and W. Jerry Oakes.
    Summary: This volume covers the known details of all subtypes of occult spinal dysraphism in unprecedented detail. This 21 chapter invaluable resource begins with a deep dive into the history and embryology of occult spinal dysraphisms. Following this, subtypes of occult spinal dysraphism are thoroughly explored ??? of which include split cord malformations, tethered cord syndromes, adult presentations/outcomes of occult spinal dysraphism, cutaneous stigmata. Chapters will cover the clinical presentation, radiological features, and surgical nuances of each of the occult spinal dysraphisms. Throughout the book, expertly written text is supplemented by a number of high quality figures and tables, as well as a video documenting surgical treatment of type 1 split cord malformation. By focusing on each entity currently grouped within this topic as a separate chapter, the most up-to-date information will be provided to the reader, making Occult Spinal Dysraphism a must-have resource for students, practitioners and medical professionals involved in treating spinal dsyraphism.
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    LaDou, Joseph.
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    Nlandu Roger Ngatu, Mitsunori Ikeda, editors.
    Summary: This book provides cutting-edge information on the epidemiology, etiology and pathophysiology of several prevalent occupational and environmental skin diseases (OSD/ESD), with a particular focus on skin health safety issues, risk factors, preventive measures and recent advances in the management of these diseases. It also highlights recent discoveries and developments concerning novel therapeutic agents for inflammatory OSD, especially findings that are supported by clinical data and have the potential to transform conventional prophylactic and therapeutic approaches. For example, despite their increasing prevalence, the management of allergic skin diseases is sometimes challenging, mainly due to limited treatment choices. In several countries, steroids are the only treatment used. However, in cases of contraindications, adverse effects or unsatisfactory steroidal therapies, alternative treatments are indispensable. As such, an understanding of promising anti-allergic agents enhances allergy research and could eventually lead to novel alternative therapeutic and adjuvant remedies, which are of the utmost importance. This book offers a valuable resource for researchers, graduate students and practitioners in the field of public health in general, especially those working in environmental and occupational medicine, as well as physicians.
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    Sisko L. Anttila, Paolo Boffetta, editors.
    Summary: This book is a comprehensive guide to occupational factors of malignant diseases. It discusses potentially work-related malignancies, in the context of exposure assessment, specific clinical and pathological features of occupational cancer and biomarkers of exposure and disease. Epidemiological data about risk ratios of the cancer in question are reviewed for various occupations and with exposure to specific carcinogens, carcinogenic mechanisms, host susceptibility factors (genetic and other) and other environmental and life-style risk factors. Aspects such as surveillance of workers exposed to carcinogens, and strategies for prevention of occupational cancer are also discussed. Occupational Cancers is aimed at oncologists, pathologists, residents in training, clinical researchers, clinicians in occupational health, epidemiologists, pulmonologists, lawyers and public health officials.

    Contents:
    Historical Overview of Occupational Cancer Research
    Genetics and Gene-Environment Interactions
    Mechanisms of Environmental and Occupational Carcinogenesis
    Cancer of the Oral Cavity, Pharynx and Nasopharynx
    Pancreatic Cancer
    Cancers of the Intestine, Liver and Biliary Tract
    Sinonasal Cancer
    Laryngeal Cancer
    Lung cancer (exposure assessment, pathology, epidemiology)
    Lung Cancer: Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis
    Lung Cancer: Genetic Susceptibility
    Lung Cancer: Molecular Markers
    Malignant Mesothelioma: Epidemiology
    Malignant Mesothelioma: Clinical and Imaging Findings
    Malignant Mesothelioma: Asbestos Exposure
    Malignant Mesothelioma: Pathology
    Malignant Mesothelioma: Mechanism of Carcinogenesis
    Malignant Mesothelioma: Genetic Susceptibility
    Malignant Mesothelioma: Molecular Markers
    Neoplasm of Soft Tissues
    Malignant Neoplasms of the Skin
    Breast Cancer
    Malignant Tumors of the Female Reproductive System
    Malignant Tumors of the Male Reproductive System
    Kidney Cancer
    Bladder Cancer
    Malignant Tumors of the Central Nervous System
    Lymphohematopoietic Malignancies
    Occupational Cancer Burden
    Occupational Carcinogens and Cancer in Children
    Strategies for Primary Prevention of Occupational Cancer
    Screening for Occupational Cancer
    Role of Registers in Occupational Cancer Control
    Appendix I Questionnaire on Exposure to Asbestos.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Sisko Anttila, Paolo Boffetta, editors.
    Summary: This up-to-date review of the literature on the epidemiology and pathology of work-related cancers also includes sensitive diagnostic questionnaires and data on the risk ratios of differing cancers in relation to a variety of occupations and lifestyle factors.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Foreword
    A Cartography of Occupational Cancer Prevention
    References
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Contents
    1: Historical Overview of Occupational Cancer Research
    Early Discoveries
    How Evidence Has Been Accumulated on Selected Associations
    Sources of Evidence on Risk to Humans Due to Chemicals
    Epidemiology
    Animal Experimentation
    Short-Term Tests and Structure-Activity Relationships
    Listing Occupational Carcinogens
    IARC Monographs
    Definite and Probable Occupational Risk Factors for Cancer
    The Evolution of Knowledge
    Interpreting the Lists Illustrative Examples and Controversies
    Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
    Diesel and Gasoline Engine Emissions
    Asbestos
    Cadmium and Cadmium Compounds
    Styrene
    1,3-Butadiene
    Vinyl Chloride
    Radium and Radon
    Some Methodological Considerations
    Industry-Based Studies
    Community-Based Case-Control Studies
    Some Trends in Epidemiologic Research on Occupational Cancer
    Continued Importance of Research on Occupational Cancer
    References
    2: Genetics, Epigenetics, and Environmental Interactions
    Genetics and Heritability
    Phenotype Versus Genotype Epigenetics
    DNA Methylation
    Histone Modifications
    Non-coding RNA
    microRNA
    Long Non-coding RNA
    Bringing Together the Concepts of Genetics, Epigenetics, and Phenotype
    Gene-Environment Interactions
    Xenobiotic Metabolism and Excretion
    Phase I Polymorphisms and Cancer
    Phase II Polymorphisms and Cancer
    Other Polymorphisms and Cancer
    Population Stratification
    Gene-Gene Interactions
    Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS)
    Epigenetics and Environmental/Occupational Exposure
    Summary
    References 3: Mechanisms of Environmental and Occupational Carcinogenesis
    Environmental and Occupational Carcinogenesis
    Field Cancerization and Expanding Fields
    Environmental and Occupational Sources of DNA Damage
    Physical Carcinogens
    Chemical Carcinogenesis
    Endogenous Mechanisms Activated by Exogenous Exposures
    DNA Repair
    Direct Reversal Repair
    Base Excision Repair
    Nucleotide Excision Repair
    Mismatch Repair
    Interstrand Cross-Link Repair
    Double-Strand DNA Break Repair
    DNA Damage Tolerance
    Apoptosis
    Genetic Mutations
    Epigenetics and Cancer DNA Methylation and Cancer
    Environmental and Occupational Epigenetic Effectors
    Histone Modification
    CpG Methylation and Point Mutations
    Somatic Mutations in Epigenetic Regulators
    Inflammation and Reactive Oxygen Species
    Endocrine Disruption
    References
    4: Head and Neck Cancers
    Introduction
    Descriptive Epidemiology
    Nasopharynx Cancer
    Nonoccupational Risk Factors
    Occupational Risk Factors
    Oral and Pharyngeal Cancers
    Occupations and Agents with Less Than Sufficient Evidence
    Formaldehyde
    Wood Dust and Wood Industry Work
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    Rosemary B. Crouch.
    Summary: "At the very beginning of the development of the profession of occupational therapy Anne Mosey put together some exciting concepts such as "A group is more than a collection of individuals. Members of a group are bonded together by their group identity and shared purposes which will be realised by interacting and working together" (Mosey 1973). Why Groups? What is it that actually makes group therapy an occupational therapists' choice of intervention when there are other methods available? Does one look at personal preference, or suitability in a particular clinical area which is related to curative factors for particular clients? It has to be a combination of both. "We use groups because they are a naturally occurring phenomenon, which are known to have good and bad effects on people." (Bundey, Cullen, Denshing et, al.1968). Fouché (2019) describes a group as part of a microcosm and states that "The way you interact with others in the outside world will be the same way in which you will act and treat others in the group or society and the same requirements. "(p.1) She also states that "groups present a small society and have the same ingredients as any community.""-- Provided by publisher.

    Contents:
    Frames of Reference Relevant to Occupational Group Therapy and Classification of Groups
    Research in Occupational Group Therapy
    Models of Occupational Therapy Relevant to Occupational Group Therapy
    The Occupational Therapy Interactive Group Model (OTIGM) / Author, Louise Fouché
    Core Skills and Concepts
    Clinical Reasoning, Critical Thinking and Ethical Reasoning Relating to Occupational Group Therapy
    Styles of Group Leadership and Co-leadership : Guidelines to Address the Differences, Including Working with Other Professionals
    Trans-disciplinary Service Delivery
    Warm-up and Ice-breaker Techniques
    Role Play
    The Use of Psychodrama and the Therapeutic Spiral Model in Occupational Group Therapy
    Life Skills, Cognitive-behavioural Groups, Assertiveness Training and Social Skills Training (verbal and non verbal) Groups
    Community based Stress Management with the Emphasis on Group Work
    Practical Creative Activity-based Group-work in Various Clinical Settings, Including Hospital-based Group-work With Acutely Ill Mentally Ill Clients
    Maximising Occupational Group Therapy in Physical Rehabilitation.
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    Jacques Tamin.
    Summary: This book provides occupational health (OH) professionals with a theoretical basis for addressing the ethical issues that they confront in their practice. There is often a lack of in-depth moral analysis of the issues that OH practitioners face on a daily basis. The ICOH Code of Ethics sets out the important principles that guide OH practice. This book builds on these core principles, starting from an application of moral theories in the OH context and illustrating how ethical conflicts could be resolved, by carrying out ethical analyses of several case studies. In this way, it aims to link ethical theory to OH practice.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. Introduction
    Part 1: Theory
    Chapter 2. The doctor-patient Relationship and Dual Obligations in Occupational Health
    Chapter 3. Consent
    Chapter 4. Confidentiality
    Chapter 5. Sickness Absence
    Part 2: Practice
    Chapter 6. Report writing
    Chapter 7. Health Surveillance
    Chapter 8. Vaccinations
    Chapter 9. Vaccinations.
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    edited by Marcello Lotti and Margit L. Bleecker.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2015
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    Summary: The Occupational Outlook Handbook 2014-2015 is the most widely respected and used career reference available--and only JIST Publishing's version includes useful bonus content, including Personality-Career Quiz and a new Best OOH Jobs list. In JIST's 2014-2015 edition of the OOH features well written, interesting descriptions for more than 330 major jobs in the U.S., as well as summary information on additional jobs. For each job, the book discussed work tasks, job outlook through 2022, training and education needed, pay, work environment, similar occupations, and additional information sources. The book is packed with photos, charts, and practical, current information, which makes it invaluable for anyone doing career research, making career decisions, writing resumes, and preparing for interviews. This OOH includes another JIST Publishing exclusive: the Personality-Career Quiz, which matches readers to specific OOH jobs. The quiz is based on the six RIASEC personality types: realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising, and conventional. A special section, How Educators, Counselors, Librarians, and Business Professionals can best use the OOH, is also included, JIST's version of the OOH also provides more current wage information than the online OOH provides.
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    edited by Judi Edmans, Jenny Preston on behalf of the College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section Neurological Practice.
    Contents:
    Delivering good quality, safe and effective care
    Person-centredness and long term neurological conditions
    Theoretical basis
    Occupation and long term neurological conditions
    Identifying occupational performance enablers and deficits
    Occupational therapy intervention
    Using technology to support participation
    Living with a long term condition
    Planning for the future.
    Digital Access Wiley 2016
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    [edited by] Cathy Long, Jane Cronin-Davis, Diane Cotterill.
    Summary: "Occupational Therapy Evidence in Practice for Mental Health" provides students and practitioners with a textbook that both demonstrates and explains the application of evidence-based practice. The book contains case studies that clearly illustrate the ways in which theory, research and/or governmental guidelines can be used to inform clinical reasoning and practice. Each chapter addresses different areas of mental health and demonstrates how the occupational therapy process might be implemented for each individual and how available evidence can be used to inform this process as well as the therapist's reasoning and critical reflection. Content spans a wide range of occupational therapy practice with client cases representing a variety of diagnoses, ages and social and cultural backgrounds within an assortment of health or social care settings.

    Contents:
    An introduction : tracking developments in mental health practice / Cheryl McMorris
    Service user and carer involvement : co-production / Nashiru Momori and Gabrielle Richards
    Creativity as a transformative process / Diane Cotterill and Lucy Coleman
    Group work in occupational tterapy : generic versus specialist practice / Catherine Benyon-Pindar
    Working with alice smith : services for older people / Caroline Wolverson and Alison Williams
    Occupational therapy interventions for someone experiencing severe and enduring mental illness / Lindsay Rigby and Ian Wilson
    Forensic mental health : creating occupational opportunities / Jane Cronin-Davis
    Promoting self-efficacy in managing major depression / Gill Richmond
    Veterans : understanding military culture and the possible effects on engagement / Nick Wood.
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
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    H. Dwyer Dundon.
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    v. 1. 1000 multiple choice questions and referenced explanatory answers.
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    edited by Elinor Jackson and H. Dwyer Dundon.
    Contents:

    v. 1. 1200 multiple choice questions and referenced answers.
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    edited by Christian Pozzi, Alessandro Lanzoni, Maud J. L. Graff, Alessandro Morandi.
    Summary: This book focuses on evidence-based occupational therapy in the care of older adults in different clinical settings, from home to acute hospital, from intensive care unit to rehabilitation centers and nursing homes. Occupational therapy has progressively developed as a new discipline aiming to improve the daily life of individuals of different ages, from children to older adults. The book first reviews the interaction between occupational therapy and geriatrics and then discusses in depth how occupational therapy interventions are applied in the community, in the acute hospital and in the nursing home. It highlights the key role of occupational therapy in the management of frail patients, including critically ill older patients and persons with dementia, and describes in detail how to maintain occupational therapy interventions across different settings to avoid the fragmentation of care. The ageing population requires new innovative approaches to improve the quality of life, and as such this book provides clinicians with handy, key information on how to implement occupational therapy in the daily clinical care of older adults based on the current scientific evidence.

    Contents:
    Occupational Therapy and Geriatrics
    Occupational Therapy in the community
    Occupational Therapy in rehabilitation settings
    Occupational Therapy in Nursing Home
    Occupational Therapy in the Intensive Care Unit
    Occupational Therapy in the Palliative Care
    The future of Occupational Therapy.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
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    edited by Rosemary Crouch and Vivyan Alers.
    Contents:
    Part 1. Theoretical Concepts in Occupational Therapy :
    1. Creative Ability: A Model for Individual and Group Occupational Therapy for Clients with Psychosocial Dysfunction / Patricia de Witt
    2. The Relevance of Occupational Science to Occupational Therapy in the Field of Mental Health / Lana van Niekerk
    3. Ethics, Human Rights and the Law in Mental Health Care Practice / Dain van der Reyden and Rosemary Crouch
    4. Cultural Considerations in the Provision of an Occupational Therapy Service in Mental Health / Rosemary Crouch
    5. Clinical Reasoning in Psychiatric Occupational Therapy / Vivyan Alers
    -- Part 2. Specific Issues in Occupational Therapy :
    6. HIV/AIDS in Psychiatry and Issues Facing Occupational Therapists Regarding Practice: Moral and Ethical Dilemmas / Dain van der Reyden, Robin Joubert and Chantal Christopher
    7. Forensic Psychiatry and Occupational Therapy / Michelle Moore
    8. Acute Psychiatry and the Dynamic Short-Term Intervention of the Occupational Therapist / Catherine Shorten and Rosemary Crouch
    9. Improving Health and Access to Health Services through Community-Based Rehabilitation / Stephanie Homer
    10. Care, Treatment and Rehabilitation Programmes for Large Numbers of Long-Term Mental Health Care Users / Kobie Zietsman and Daleen Casteleijn
    11. Auxiliary Staff in Mental Health Care: Requirements, Functions and Supervision / Dain van der Reyden
    12. Vocational Rehabilitation in Psychiatry and Mental Health / Lyndsey Swart and Tania Buys
    13. Psychiatric Occupational Therapy in the Corporate, Insurance and Medico-legal Sectors / Lee Randall
    14. An Occupational Therapist's Perspective on Sexuality and Psychosocial Sexual Rehabilitation / Louise Fouché
    -- Part 3. Occupational Therapy with Children, Adolescents and Adults :
    15. Early Intervention for Young Children at Risk for Developmental Mental Health Disorders / Kerry Wallace
    16. Occupational Therapy Intervention with Children with Psychosocial Disorders / Vivyan Alers
    17. Interdisciplinary Group Therapy with Children / Marita Rademeyer and Deirdre Niehaus
    18. Specific Occupational Therapy Intervention with Adolescents / Louise Fouché and Lisa Wegner
    19. Sensory Integration in Mental Health / Annamarie van Jaarsveld
    20. Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder through a Person's Lifespan: Occupational Therapy to Enhance Executive and Social Functioning / Ray Anne Cook
    21. Trauma and Its Effects on Children, Adolescents and Adults: The Role of the Occupational Therapist / Vivyan Alers
    22. Post-traumatic Brain Injury: Handling Behavioural and Cognitive Changes / Sylvia Birkhead
    23. Occupational Therapy for Anxiety, Somatic and Stressor-related Disorders / Madeleine Duncanand Claire Prowse
    24. Occupational Therapy with Mood Disorders / Madeleine Duncan and Claire Prowse
    25. The Treatment of Eating Disorders in Occupational Therapy / Rosemary Crouch and Vivyan Alers
    26. Understanding Persons with Personality Disorders: Intervention in Occupational Therapy / Ann Nott
    27. The Occupational Therapy Approach to the Management of Schizophrenia / Rosemary Crouch
    28. Substance Use and Abuse: Intervention by a Multidisciplinary Approach Which Includes Occupational Therapy / Rosemary Crouch and Lisa Wegner
    29. Gerontology, Psychiatry and Occupational Therapy / Susan Beukes.
    Digital Access Wiley 2014
  • Digital
    editors-in-chief, Justis P. Ehlers, Yasha Modi, Sunil K. Srivastava, Peter K. Kaiser ; assistant editors, Nitish Mehta, Joseph Abraham, Thuy K. Le.
    Summary: "Highly visual and easy to navigate, OCT and OCT Angiography in Retinal Disorders is a concise, reliable reference for optical coherence tomography (OCT) and OCT angiography findings in both common and uncommon retinal disorders. Each chapter explores the prognostic features of OCT and OCTA scans along with additional diagnostic modalities for comparison and correlation. Where appropriate, longitudinal changes in response to treatment or natural history are also discussed. Includes hundreds of high-quality, striking images. Highlights the salient imaging features of the clinical entity or entities being discussed. Covers OCT technology, techniques, and scanning patterns . Provides concise, authoritative guidance on numerous key areas in retinal disease, including retinal vascular disease, inflammation, retinal degenerations and dystrophies, ocular trauma ocular tumors, and much more"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access LWW Health Library 2021
  • Digital
    David R. Chow, Paulo Ricardo Chaves de Oliveira.
    Contents:
    Optical coherence tomography angiography : understanding the basics / David R. Chow
    Optical coherence tomography angiography artifacts / Paulo Ricardo Chaves de Oliveira, Keyvan Koushan, and David R. Chow
    Current optical coherence tomography angiography clinical systems / Sumit Sharma and Peter K. Kaiser
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and neovascular age-related macular degeneration / Nicholas A. Iafe, Nopasak Phasukkijwatana, and David Sarraf
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and fibrotic choroidal neovascularization in age-related macular degeneration / Eric Souied and Alexandra Miere
    Nonneovascular age-related macular degeneration / Ricardo Noguera Louzada, Mark Lane, and Nadia K. Waheed
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and diabetic retinopathy / André Romano
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and arterial occlusions / Abtin Shahlaee, Carl D. Regillo, and Allen C. Ho
    Optical coherence tomography angiography in retinal venous occlusions / Mostafa Hanout, Paulo Ricardo Chaves de Oliveira, and Alan R. Berger
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and central serous chorioretinopathy / Wasim A. Samara, Carl D. Regillo, and Allen C. Ho
    Optical coherence tomography angiography in macular telangiectasia type 2 / Alain Gaudric and Valérie Krivosic
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and adult-onset foveomacular vitelliform dystrophy / Giuseppe Querques, Adriano Carnevali, Federico Corvi, Lea Querques, Eric Souied, and Francesco Bandello
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and high myopia / Taku Wakabayashi and Yasushi Ikuno
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and uveitis / Eduardo A. Novais, André Romano, and Rubens Belfort Jr.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography findings in ocular oncology and radiation retinopathy / Meghna V. Motiani, Colin A. McCannel, and Tara A. McCannel
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and glaucoma Gábor Holló
    Optical coherence tomography angiography and anterior segment vasculature / Christophe Baudouin, Stephanie Hayek, and Adil El Maftouhi
    The future of optical coherence tomography angiography / Emily D. Cole, Eric M. Moult, Eduardo A. Novais, James G. Fujimoto and Nadia K. Waheed
    Optical coherence tomography angiography rounds / David R. Chow.
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    volume editors, Francesco Bandello, Eric H. Souied, Giuseppe Querques.
    Contents:
    Heidelberg spectralis optical coherence tomography angiography /Coscas, G., Lupidi, M., Coscas, F.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography using the optovue device / Huang, D., Jia, Y., Gao, S.S., Lumbroso, B., Rispoli, M.
    Swept-source optical coherence tomography Angio (Topcon Corp, Japan) : technology review / Stanga, P.E., Tsamis, E., Papayannis, A., Stringa, F., Cole, T., Jalil, A.
    ZEISS Angioplex pectral domain optical coherence tomography angiography : technical aspects / Rosenfeld, P.J., Durbin, M.K., Roisman, L., Zheng, F., Miller, A., Robbins, G., Karen, S., Gregori, G.
    Image analysis of optical coherence tomography angiography / Coscas, G., Lupidi, M., Coscas, F.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography in healthy subjects / Coscas, G., Lupidi, M., Coscas, F.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of type 1 neovascularization in age-Related macular degeneration / Iafe, N., Phasukkijwatana, N., Sarraf, D.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of type 2 neovascularization in age-related macular degeneration / Souied, E.H., El Ameen, A., Semoun, O., Querques, G., Cohen, S.Y.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography features of type 3 neovascularization in age-related macular degeneration / Querques, G., Miere, A., Souied, E.H.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of retinal and macular diseases / Liang, M.C., Witkin, A.J.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of tdiopathic polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy / Srour, M., Querques, G., Souied, E.H.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography study of choroidal neovascularization early response after treatment / Lumbroso, B., Rispoli, M., Savastano, M.C., Jia, Y., Tan, O., Huang, D.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of fibrosis in age-related macular degeneration / Souied, E.H., Miere, A., Cohen, S.Y., Semoun, O., Querques, G.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of dry age-related macular degeneration / Waheed, N.K., Moult, E.M., Fujimoto, J.G., Rosenfeld, P.J.
    Optical coherence Tomography Angiography of choroidal neovascularization secondary to pathologic myopia / Querques, G., Corvi, F., Querques, L., Souied, E.H., Bandello, F.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of diabetic retinopathy / Bandello, F., Corbelli, E., Carnevali, A., Pierro, L., Querques, G.
    New findings in diabetic maculopathy and proliferative disease by swept-Source optical coherence tomography angiography / Stanga, P.E., Papayannis, A., Tsamis, E., Stringa, F., Cole, T., D'Soza, Y., Jalil, A.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of retinal artery occlusion / Baumal, C.R.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of retinal vein occlusion / Novais, E.A., Waheed, N.K.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of deep capillary ischemia / Nemiroff, J., Phasukkijwatana, N., Sarraf, D.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of macular telangiectasia type 2 / Roisman, L., Rosenfeld, P.J.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography in dystrophies / Battaglia Parodi, M., Pierro, L., Gagliardi, M., Lattanzio, R., Querques, G., Bandello, F.
    Swept-source optical coherence tomography angiography of paediatric macular diseases / Stanga, P.E., Papayannis, A., Tsamis, E., Chwiejczak, K., Stringa, F., Jalil, A., Cole, T., Biswas, S.
    Optical coherence tomography angiography of miscellaneous retinal disease / Pierro, L., Battaglia Parodi, M., Introini, U., Querques, G., Bandello, F.
    Digital Access Karger 2016
  • Digital
    Ki Ho Park, Tae-Woo Kim, editors.
    Summary: This book provides readers with the most up-to-date practical information on optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging in glaucoma. A key aim is to demonstrate how imaging results are interpreted and applied in clinical practice. To this end, many high-quality images are presented to document findings in patients with glaucoma, glaucoma suspects, and healthy subjects and to explain their clinical significance. The book is timely in that the role of OCT in the early diagnosis of glaucoma, the detection of disease progression, and the choice of management options has been advancing rapidly. OCT-based exploration of the segmented layer of the neural tissue and the deeper structures of the optic nerve, as well as OCT evaluation of the vascular network around the optic nerve head, facilitates understanding and assessment of the risk of glaucomatous damage. In explaining all aspects of the use of OCT in glaucoma, this book will be a rich source of information and guidance for practicing ophthalmologists, glaucoma specialists, and trainees.

    Contents:
    1 Principles of OCT imaging
    2 Peripapillary RNFL imaging
    3 Macular Imaging
    4 Early Diagnosis and Detection of Progression
    5 Lamina Cribrosa Imaging
    6 OCT Angiography
    7 Anterior Segment Imaging in Glaucoma
    8 Imaging in Myopic Glaucoma
    9 Pitfalls in OCT Imaging.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital/Print
    edited by Walidah Imarisha and Adrienne Maree Brown ; foreword by Sheree Renee Thomas.
    Summary: "Whenever we envision a world without war, without prisons, without capitalism, we are producing speculative fiction. Organizers and activists envision, and try to create, such worlds all the time. Walidah Imarisha and adrienne maree brown have brought twenty of them together in the first anthology of short stories to explore the connections between radical speculative fiction and movements for social change. The visionary tales of Octavia's Brood span genres--sci-fi, fantasy, horror, magical realism--but all are united by an attempt to inject a healthy dose of imagination and innovation into our political practice and to try on new ways of understanding ourselves, the world around us, and all the selves and worlds that could be. The collection is rounded off with essays by Tananarive Due and Mumia Abu-Jamal, and a preface by Sheree Renee Thomas."--Amazon.com.

    Contents:
    Foreword / Sheree Renée Thomas
    Introduction / Walidah Imarisha
    Revolution shuffle / Bao Phi
    The token superhero / David F. Walker
    the river / adrienne maree brown
    Evidence / Alexis Pauline Gumbs
    Black angel / Walidah Imarisha
    The long memory / Morrigan Phillips
    Small and bright / Autumn Brown
    In spite of darkness / Alixa Garcia
    Hollow / Mia Mingus
    Lalibela / Gabriel Teodros
    Little brown mouse / Tunde Olaniran
    Sanford and sun / Dawolu Jabari Anderson
    Runway blackout / Tara Betts
    Kafka's last laugh / Vagabond
    22XX: one-shot / Jelani Wilson
    Manhunters / Kalamu ya Salaam
    Aftermath / LeVar Burton
    Fire on the mountain / Terry Bisson
    Homing instinct / Dani McClain
    children who fly / Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
    Star Wars and the American imagination / Mumia Abu-Jamal
    The only lasting truth / Tananarive Due
    Outro / adrienne maree brown.
    Digital Access 2015
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    Shantha Amrith, Gangadhara Sundar, Stephanie Ming Young, editors.
    Summary: This comprehensive book focuses on eyelid, lacrimal and orbital lesions, covering a wide variety of common and rare diseases and correlating their clinical, radiological and pathological aspects. It presents a large number of illustrative cases, with a discussion of the clinical history, examination, the imaging and pathology findings , differential diagnosis and management along with a take home message for each. Further, it offers clear guidance on the diagnosis and management of orbital and adnexal lesions. This book is a valuable learning tool for residents and trainee fellows in ophthalmology, as well as for trainees in radiology and pathology. It is also relevant to young ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeons, practicing ophthalmologists, radiologists, and pathologists.

    Contents:
    Intro; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Editors; Contributors; Abbreviations; Part I: Basic Anatomy, Imaging and Pathology;
    1: Anatomy; Eyelids; Lacrimal Drainage System; Orbit; Further Reading;
    2: Imaging: Computerised Tomography; Introduction; Indications of CT Scan; Contraindications for CT Scan; Advantages of CT Scan; Disadvantages of CT Scan; Conclusion; Further Reading;
    3: Imaging: Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Basic MRI Physics; Common Sequences Used in MRI of the Orbits and the Visual Pathway; Planes of Acquisition; T1-weighted (T1w); T2-weighted (T2w) Diffusion-Weighted Imaging (DWI)Three-Dimensional (3D) Steady-State Free Precession (SSFP) Sequences; Fluid Attenuation Inversion Recovery (FLAIR); Fat-Suppressed Sequences; Contrast-Enhanced Sequences; MR Angiography (MRA); Indications for MRI of the Orbits; Contraindications and Disadvantages of MRI; Summary; Further Reading;
    4: Pathology: Principles of Basic Histopathology; Introduction; Types of Biopsy Specimens; Cytology: Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) of Ocular Adnexal Masses; Histology; Types of Biopsies; Small Biopsies; Excision Biopsies; Frozen Sections; Fixation; Ancillary Tests Turnaround TimeImportant Information to Provide; Further Reading; Part II: Structural Lesions;
    5: Dermoid; Introduction; Periorbital Dermoid; Case 1; Differential Diagnosis; Imaging; Intervention; Orbital Dermoid; Case 2; Differential Diagnosis; Imaging; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Role of Imaging; Treatment; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    6: Fibro-osseous Lesions: Fibrous Dysplasia; Introduction; Case Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Learning Points; Further Reading; Part III: Infections;
    7: Orbital Cellulitis: Bacterial IntroductionCase Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    8: Orbital Cellulitis: Invasive Fungal; Introduction; Case
    1: Mucormycosis; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Management; Histopathology; Case 2; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Intervention; Management; Histopathology; Discussion; Learning Points; Further Reading; Part IV: Inflammations;
    9: Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (GPA); Introduction; Case Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Investigations; Radiology; Intervention; Histopathology; Management DiscussionManagement; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    10: Thyroid Eye Disease; Introduction; Case Scenario; Differential Diagnosis; Other Investigations; Radiology; MRI of the Orbits; Intervention; Histopathology; Management; Discussion; Pathophysiology; Management; Learning Points; Further Reading;
    11: IgG4-Related Ophthalmic Disease; Introduction; Clinical Scenarios; Case
    1: Eyelid; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Intervention; Case
    2: Lacrimal Gland; Differential Diagnosis; Radiology; Investigations; Intervention; Histopathology; Management; Discussion; Learning Points
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Arun D. Singh, editor.
    Summary: This book a conjoint effort of ocular oncologists, general oncologists, and pathologists is a comprehensive source of authoritative information on the subject of ocular and adnexal lymphoma. It covers all aspects, including clinical features, classification, epidemiology, diagnostic evaluation, biopsy techniques, histology and molecular pathology, staging procedures, and treatment methods. Detailed information is provided on primary vitreoretinal and adnexal lymphomas and chapters are also included on rare variants such as T cell lymphoma and reactive lymphoid hyperplasia of the ocular adnexa. The emphasis throughout is on easy readability, and the layout ensures rapid retrieval of information. In order to convey fundamental concepts, numerous tables, clinical photographs, histopathologic microphotographs, and imaging studies (fluorescein and indocyanine angiograms, ultrasonograms, CT scans, and MR images) are included.

    Contents:
    Classification Systems
    Histopathology
    Molecular Pathology
    Epidemiological Aspects
    Clinical Features and Diagnostic Evaluation
    Biopsy Techniques
    Staging and Treatment
    Vitreo Retinal Lymhoma: Staging and Treatment
    Ocular and Adnexal Benign Reactive Lymphoid Hyperplasia
    Ocular and Adnexal T Cell Lymphoma.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
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    Simon E. Skalicky.
    Summary: This book meets the growing demand among ophthalmologists, optometrists and orthoptists, in training and in practice, as well as visual neuroscientists, to have a clear, succinct and well-written textbook to objectively cover the subject of ocular and visual physiology. Ocular and visual physiology is a core knowledge component for these disciplines, and yet is often difficult to understand. However, this book clearly conveys the simple elegance of the relationship between structure and function that is the hallmark of understanding the physiology of the eye and visual system. Ocular and Visual Physiology - Clinical Application is essential reading for any one hoping to have a clear understanding of the subject. Students will find it a great resource to pass their exams. Each of the chapters has been independently reviewed and edited by an expert in the field with a clinical or visual scientific academic background. The text is based on the latest publications in peer-reviewed journals that are closely referenced within the body of the text.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Hua Yan, editor.
    Summary: Ocular Emergency is a systematic, symptom based reference book for clinical practice guidance. This book aims to provide the most thorough knowledge and standard process to clinical practitioners, such as the nurses, medical students, residents, fellows and even ophthalmologists, to help them make the most appropriate decision on the management of patients who have suffered from urgent ocular conditions. The first three chapters provide the audiences general information of ocular emergency and the emergency room (ER), which will help them generate a clinical thinking. The following four chapters are symptom based discussion of common complaints of ocular emergency. These chapters contain almost all the symptoms the audiences will meet in the ER and covers hundreds of diseases the audiences may or may not think of which fits the symptom. They will help the readers to make the right diagnose and offer the best advice or treatment to the patients. The last two chapters provide the audiences the information of most urgent ocular traumas. For each disease, definition, etiology, clinical presentations and signs, treatment and typical clinical case with pictures or illustrative figures will be provided. In addition, each chapter will be provided with an algorithym(s) for differential diagnosis and treatment as a summary of the chapter. Hopefully this book may help the clinical practitioners to be fully prepared for any challenge of ocular emergency cases.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Khalid F. Tabbara, Ahmed M. Abu El-Asrar, Moncef Khairallah, editors.
    Summary: Ocular infections remain an important cause of ocular morbidity and loss of vision, yet many are preventable or curable. Early diagnosis and prompt treatment help in the control of such infectious disorders and the prevention of blindness. There are many infectious diseases of the eye and adnexa, and knowledge of their diagnosis and management is essential to an optimal therapeutic outcome. This book provides the practitioner with the important information required to ensure appropriate diagnosis and management of ocular infectious diseases. Specific clinical signs and symptoms are outlined, and the role of specific diagnostic tests, including molecular biology techniques, is explained. All of the most common microorganisms are considered and current knowledge on the antimicrobial therapy of ocular infections is clearly summarized. Ocular Infections will be a great help to physicians as a guide to the care of patients with ocular infectious diseases.

    Contents:
    Introduction
    Antimicrobial Agents in Ophthalmology
    Infections of the Eyelids
    Microbial Keratitis
    Microbial Conjunctivitis
    Infections of the Ocular Adnexae: Nasolacrimal System, Lacrimal Glands, Orbit
    Infectious Anterior Uveitis
    Infections of the Retina and Posterior Segment
    Endophthalmitis
    Emerging Ocular Infections.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    editors, Timothy G. Murray, H. Culver Boldt.
    Contents:
    Ocular melanoma: advances in diagnostic and therapeutic strategies / Timothy G. Murray & H. Culver Boldt
    Laboratory discoveries in uveal melanoma / Aart G. Jochemsen & Martine J. Jager --Incidence, prevalence and epidemiology of ocular melanoma / Tero Kivelä
    Clinical features and diagnosis / Katrina Mears & H. Culver Boldt
    Diagnostic imaging in ocular melanoma / Timothy G. Murray, Fiona J. Ehlies, Andrea Wildner & Aaron S. Gold
    Genetics of ocular melanoma and implications for patient risk / Bertil Damato & Sarah E. Coupland
    Biopsy approaches and testing strategies for genomic prognostication / Carlos A. Medina & Arun D. Singh
    Preoperative clinical evaluation and imaging for uveal melanoma / Sohpie Piperno-Neumann, Vincent Servois, Pascale Mariani & Laurence Desjardins
    Regional anesthesia for surgical management of ocular melanoma / Jacqueline Tutiven & Michael Vigoda
    Enucleation surgery in advanced ocular disease / Daniel Gologorsky & Timothy G. Murray
    Brachytherapy for uveal melanoma / Samuel K. Houston 3rd, H. Culver Boldt & Timothy G. Murray
    Charged particle radiotherapy for ocular melanoma / Ivana K. Kim, Anne Marie Lane, Helen A. Shih & Evangelos S. Gragoudas
    Adjunctive treatment strategies for high-risk ocular melanoma / Sapna P. Patel & Dan S. Gombos
    Treatment strategies for clinically detectable metastatic uveal melanoma / Aakanksha Prasad Asija, Makoto Yoshida & Takami Sato
    Surveillance for early detection of metastatic ocular melanoma following definitive local therapy / Jasmine H. Francis, Tero Kivelä & Richard D. Carvajal
    Ophthalmic screening for postradiotherapy complications: implications for treatment and visual outcomes / Samuel K. Houston 3rd, Nisha Shah & Timothy G. Murray
    Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study: overview of outcomes / Barbara S. Hawkins
    Surgical management of radiation-related complications / Samuel K. Houstin 3rd & Timothy G. Murray
    Visual rehabilitation for ocular melanoma / Aaron S. Gold, Azeema Latiff & Timothy G. Murray
    Index.
    Digital Access Future Med 2014
  • Digital
    editor, Duangnate Rojanaporn.
    Summary: This atlas covers all aspects of retina, retinal pigment epithelium, and choroidal tumors, as well as other simulating lesions of intraocular tumors and paraneoplastic syndromes. Each chapter features numerous high-quality pictures based on multimodal imaging, including color fundus photography, fundus autofluorescence, optical coherence tomography, ultrasonography, ultra-widefield imaging, and fundus angiography. Designed to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of posterior segment intraocular tumors and simulating lesions, this book is intended for ocular oncologists, retina specialists, general ophthalmologists, residents and retina fellows. Ocular Oncology atlas is part of the series Retina Atlas, which provides global perspectives on vitreoretinal diseases, covering imaging basics, retinal vascular disease, macular disorders, ocular inflammatory and infectious disorders, retinal degeneration, surgical retina, ocular oncology, pediatric retina and trauma. Retina Atlas consists of 9 volumes and about 100 chapters, presenting validated and comprehensive information on retinal disorders.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Aparna Ramasubramanian, editor.
    Summary: This book concentrates on ocular oncology covering the latest advances in both adult and pediatric oncology. The topics covered are: retinoblastoma, melanoma, graft vs. host disease, squamous cell neoplasia, intraocular lymphoma, coats disease, and choroidal hemangioma. Each chapter is written by an expert in the field and covers the most recent developments in management. As part of the series "Current Practices in ophthalmology" this volume is meant for residents, fellows-in-training, generalist ophthalmologists and specialists alike.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1: Current Management of Retinoblastoma
    Chapter 2: Diagnosis and Management of Small Choroidal Melanoma
    Chapter 3: Genetic Implications of Ocular Melanoma
    Chapter 4: Advancements in the Management of Optic Pathway Gliomas
    Chapter 5: Current Management of Ocular Squamous Cell Neoplasia
    Chapter 6: Intraocular Lymphoma
    Chapter 7: Update on Management of Coats Disease
    Chapter 8: Management of Choroidal Hemangioma.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Myron Yanoff and Joseph William Sassani.
    Contents:
    Basic principles of pathology
    Congenital anomalies
    Nongranulomatous inflammation : uveitis, endophthalmitis, and sequelae
    Granulomatous inflammation
    Surgical and nonsurgical trauma
    Skin and lacrimal drainage system
    Conjunctiva
    Cornea and sclera
    Uvea
    Lens
    Neural (sensory) retina
    Vitreous
    Optic nerve
    Orbit
    Diabetes mellitus
    Glaucoma
    Ocular melanocytic tumors
    Retinoblastoma and stimulating lesions.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
  • Digital
    Amir A. Azari, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Wills Eye Institute, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, USA, Daniel M. Albert, MD, MS, F.A. Davis Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Founding Director, University of Wisconsin McPherson Eye Research Instiute, Madison, WI, USA.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2015
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    edited by Brian C. Gilger.
    Contents:
    Challenges in ocular pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and toxicology / Brian C. Gilger
    Selection of appropriate animal models in ocular research : ocular anatomy and physiology of common animal models / Brian C. Gilger, Eva Abarca, and Jacklyn H. Salmon
    Challenges and strategies in drug residue measurement (bioanalysis) of ocular tissues / Poonam R. Velagaleti and Michael H. Buonarati
    Chemistry, manufacturing, and control of ophthalmic formulations / Malay Ghosh and Imran Ahmed
    ADME and ocular therapeutics : retina / Cornelis J. Van der Schyf, Samuel D. Crish, Christine Crish, Denise Inman, and Werner J. Geldenhuys
    Compositions, formulation, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and toxicity of topical, periocular, and intravitreal ophthalmic drugs / Kishore Cholkar, Aswani Dutt Vadlapudi, Hoang M. Trinh, and Ashim K. Mitra
    Sustained-release ocular drug delivery systems : bench to bedside development / Susan S. Lee, Michael R. Robinson, and Scott M. Whitcup
    Ophthalmic examination as it pertains to general ocular toxicology : basic and advanced techniques and species-associated findings / David A. Wilkie
    Study design and methodologies for evaluation of anti-glaucoma drugs / Paul E. Miller
    Study design and methodologies for study of ocular medical devices / Joseph W. Carraway and Elaine M. Daniel
    Methodologies for microscopic characterization of ocular toxicity / Leandro B.C. Teixeira and James A. Render
    Nanoparticles for drug and gene delivery in treating diseases of the eye / Shreya S. Kulkarni and Uday B. Kompella.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Ioannis Pallikaris, Miltiadis K. Tsilimbaris, Anna I. Dastiridou, editors.
    Summary: This book focuses on the concept of ocular rigidity, the biomechanical properties and hydrodynamics of the human eye. The basics of anatomy and physiology are explored and the relevant data for the clinician are emphasized throughout the book. The engineering aspects as well as the clinical interpretation are presented to provide context. Ocular Rigidity, Biomechanics and Hydrodynamics of the Eye summarises recent evidence on ocular rigidity, but also provides a complete presentation of the data so far. The authors have recently worked on ocular rigidity corneal and globe biomechanics and hydrodynamics and the new, up-to-date data on the subject are highlighted in each chapter. The aim is to provide the framework or the understanding of these parameters and to determine their relevance in health and disease. This book will be an essential read for all practicing ophthalmologists looking to gain a more in-depth understanding of this interesting area of research particularly in refractive surgery and glaucoma.

    Contents:
    The concept of ocular rigidity: Engineering approach
    The concept of ocular rigidity: Clinical approach
    Methods of measuring ocular rigidity in the human eye
    Surrogate measures of ocular rigidity in the human eye
    Biomechanical Properties of the Cornea
    Biomechanical Properties of the Sclera
    Biomechanical Properties of the Choroid (and role in the measurement of ocular rigidity)
    Biomechanics of the lens: Hydrodynamics of Accomodation
    Biomechanics of the lens: Ocular rigidity and Presbyopia
    Trabecular meshwork biomechanics
    The aqueous fluidics
    Ocular rigidity and tonometry
    Ocular rigidity and tonography
    Factors that affect ocular rigidity: Age
    Factors that affect ocular rigidity: Axial length
    Factors that affect ocular rigidity: IOP
    Ocular rigidity and disease: Cornea disease
    Ocular rigidity and disease: Glaucoma
    Ocular rigidity and disease: Age- related Macular Degeneration
    Ocular rigidity and disease: Diabetes
    Ocular rigidity and disease: High myopia
    Ocular rigidity and disease: Uveitis
    Ocular rigidity and disease: Other conditions (Scleral buckling, osteogenesis imperfect etc)
    Ocular rigidity and drugs
    Ocular rigidity and Surgery.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Digital
    Bruce E. Onofrey, Leonid Skorin Jr, Nicky R. Holdeman.
    Summary: "Offering concise, easy-access information for the most common ocular problems, Ocular Therapeutics Handbook: A Clinical Manual is a proven, practical resource for optometrists, nurses, and primary care physicians. A consistent outline format and numerous algorithms make vital information easy to retrieve, while a problem-oriented approach provides a real-world perspective and helps build critical thinking skills. The revised 4th Edition includes an accompanying eBook that contains all of the content in the book, plus additional clinical photographs, illustrations, and surgical and procedural videos."--Publisher
    Digital Access Ovid 2020
  • Digital
    Atul Kumar, Rohan Chawla, Namrata Sharma, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Digital
    H.V. Nema, Nitin Nema, editors.
    Summary: The book covers practically all tumors of eye and adnexa. Chapters are contributed by well-established ocular oncologists of India. It describes retinoblastoma, malignant melanoma and lymphoma in some detail while covering tumors of lids and conjunctiva briefly. Separate chapters are devoted to the pathology of retinoblastoma, genetics of retinoblastoma and malignant melanoma. Each chapter is profusely illustrated. The book provides state-of-the-art knowledge needed to diagnose ocular cancers in the early stage and to treat them effectively. The book meets the curriculum of postgraduate studies of the Indian Universities. It will be very useful for students who are preparing for MD, MS, DNB and FRCS examinations. The book will assist practicing ophthalmologists in early diagnosis and treatment of ocular tumors.

    Contents:
    Intraocular tumors: An overview
    Retinoblastoma
    Genetics of retinoblastoma
    Recent aspects of pathology of retinoblastoma
    Malignant melanoma of choroid
    Genetics of malignant melanoma
    Pitfalls in the diagnosis of malignant melanoma
    Intraocular lymphoma
    Vasoproliferative tumors of retina
    Choroidal metastasis
    Eye and leukemia
    Malignant orbital tumors
    Tumors of lids
    Tumors of conjunctiva.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    Sohan Singh Hayreh.
    Summary: This book provides a comprehensive account of the pathogenesis, clinical features, and management of ocular vascular occlusive disorders, with the focus very much on the scientific evidence. This offers a sound basis for addressing the many controversies that surround these disorders, which collectively constitute the most common cause of visual impairment or blindness. The book is divided into two sections, the first of which addresses the basic science and encompasses vascular anatomy, blood supply and flow, and retinal tolerance time to acute ischemia. The second, clinical, section covers the presentation, clinical features, diagnosis, and treatment of the full range of vascular occlusive disorders of the retina, the choroid, the anterior segment of the eye, ophthalmic manifestations of carotid artery disease and the optic nerve. ℗ℓ In writing Ocular Vascular Occlusive Disorders, the author has drawn upon more than 55 years of experience in basic and clinical research. The book will be an invaluable source of information for general ophthalmologists, and particularly for retina specialists, neuro-ophthalmologists, and researchers. It is hoped that it will go far in rectifying the lack of in-depth scientific understanding that is the source of many misapprehensions and debates.

    Contents:
    BASIC SCIENCES: Ophthalmic artery
    Central retinal artery
    Cilioretinal artery
    Posterior ciliary arteries
    Orbital veins
    Retinal capillaries
    Optic nerve head blood supply
    Anterior segment blood supply
    Blood-retinal barrier
    Blood flow
    Retinal tolerance time to acute ischemia. CLINICAL SCIENCES: Clinical evaluation of patients with ocular vascular occlusive disorders
    Central retinal artery occlusion
    Branch retinal artery occlusion
    Cilioretinal artery occlusion
    Hemicentral retinal artery occlusion
    Cotton-wool spots
    Posterior ciliary artery occlusion
    Anterior segment ischemia
    Optic nerve head ischemia
    Ophthalmic manifestations of carotid artery disease
    Central retinal vein occlusion
    Hemi-central retinal vein occlusion
    Branch retinal vein occlusion
    Vortex vein occlusion
    Hypertensive fundus changes
    Amaurosis fugax in ocular vascular occlusive disorders. .
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Adam J. Cohen, Cat Nguyen Burkat, editors.
    Summary: This comprehensive text covers both core and advanced principles within oculofacial, orbital, and lacrimal surgery with extensive detail not found in any other current book on the subject. Richly illustrated with hundreds of images, Oculofacial, Orbital, and Lacrimal Surgery: A Compendium is written and edited by international leaders in fields spanning ophthalmology, otolaryngology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, and plastic surgery. Covering topics such as embryology, anatomy, and physiology of the lacrimal system, imaging for orbital diseases and thyroid-related ophthalmology, and flap geometry and planning, this book is an excellent resource for those in training, as well as seasoned clinicians looking to stay current. This book is divided into five sections: Eyelid, Oculofacial, Lacrimal, Orbit, and Socket, with each section containing detailed chapters addressing evaluation, imaging, and various surgical approaches and management. Designed to not only provide an anatomical and surgical guide for all three types of surgeries, but to help physicians avoid mistakes and correct complications of patients referred to them, Oculofacial, Orbital, and Lacrimal Surgery: A Compendium is the definitive, authoritative reference on this complex field.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Brian Leatherbarrow, BSc, MBChB, DO, FRCS, FRCOphth ; artwork by Philip Ferguson Jones, MMAA, RMIP, Medical Illustrator.
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    edited by Essam A. El Toukhy.
    Summary: Oculoplastic Surgery: A Practical Guide to Common Disorders provides guidance on various clinical approaches for treating oculoplastic disorders as well as ocular trauma. In addition, highly illustrated and informative chapters examine the interaction between oculoplasty, ophthalmic sub-specialties (pediatrics, cataract, refractive, neuro, glaucoma) and other clinical areas including ENT, maxillofacial, dermatology, general plastic surgery and psychiatry. Consultants, surgeons, trainees and health professionals from all the specialties and sub-specialties related to oculoplasty, will find this book to be an indispensable resource for further developing skills and knowledge in the field of oculoplastic surgery.

    Contents:
    Basics of oculoplastic procedures
    anaesthesia in oculoplasty
    benign lid lesions
    malignant lid lesions
    common eyelid malpositions
    centurion syndrome
    floppy eyelid syndrome
    congenital ptosis
    blepharophimosis and marcus gunn as special types of pediatric ptosis
    correction of congenital ptosis with poor levator function with the frontalis flap procedure
    adult ptosis
    blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm and functional applications of neurotoxins in the periocular area
    eyelid reconstruction
    trichiasis and trachoma
    facial nerve palsy and oculoplasty
    upper blepharoplasty and browplasty
    lower blepharoplasty
    the cosmetic use of injectables in oculoplasty
    body dysmorphic disorder
    dry eye disease
    congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction
    acquired lacrimal obstruction
    punctal stenosis
    canalicular obstruction
    dacryoadenitis, dacryocystitis, and canaliculitis
    pediatric ophthalmology and oculoplasty
    refractive surgery and oculoplasty
    pathology and oculoplasty
    the nasal sinuses and oculoplasty
    neuro ophthalmology and oculoplasty
    oncological and maxillofacial considerations of periorbital lesions
    periorbital dermatology and oculoplasty
    glaucoma and oculoplasty
    orbital evaluation and proptosis
    Radiology and oculoplasty
    common orbital disorders in children
    common orbital disorders in adults
    thyroid eye disease (ted)
    the surgical approach to the orbit
    eyelid injuries
    lacrimal injuries
    orbital trauma
    evisceration
    enucleation
    orbital implants & eye prosthesis
    orbital implants.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Robert Penne, MD, Director and Attending Surgeon, Oculoplastics Service, Co-Director, Ocular Cicatricial Pemphigoid Clinic, Wills Eye Hospital, Professor of Ophthalmology, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ; series editor, Christopher J. Rapuano, MD, Director and Attending Surgeon, Cornea Service, Co-Director, Refractive Surgery Department, Wills Eye Hospital, Professor of Ophthalmology, Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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    Essam A. El Toukhy, editor.
    Summary: This book is a concise, easy-to-use multi-choice question and answer resource in oculoplasty for ophthalmologists undertaking exams in this sub-specialty. Each chapter contains a short didactic summary of the topic followed by MCQs and answers. References to the full-text book Oculoplastic Surgery: A Practical Guide to Common Disorders are also included in the answer section of each chapter. This unique format allows readers to dip into MCQs to practice for exams while also providing clear references of where to find chapters from a larger text. This book includes MCQs that examine the interaction between oculoplasty, ophthalmic sub-specialties (pediatrics, cataract, refractive, neuro, glaucoma) and other clinical areas including ENT, maxillofacial, dermatology, general plastic surgery and psychiatry. Consultants, surgeons and trainees from all ophthalmic specialties and sub-specialties will find this book to be an indispensable resource for exam revision in oculoplasty.

    Contents:
    Chapter 1. Basics of Oculoplasty and Anesthesia (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 2. Lid lesions and Malpositions (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 3. Ptosis (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 4. Lid Reconstruction (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 5. Cosmetics and Injectables (Noha El Toukhy)
    Chapter 6. Lacrimal System (Nadeen El Toukhy)
    Chapter 7. Trauma (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 8. The Orbit (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 9. Orbital Implants and Prosthesis (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 10. Oculoplasty Interactions with other Specialities (Essam A El Toukhy)
    Chapter 11. Thyroid Eye Disease (Essam A El Toukhy).
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    edited by Edi Barkai, Donald A. Wilson.
    Summary: This well-established international series examines major areas of basic and clinical research within neuroscience, as well as emerging and promising subfields. This volume explores interdisciplinary research on invertebrate and vertebrate models of odor memory and perception, as well as human odor memory and perception. This book brings together a collection of authors that cut across model systems, techniques, levels of analysis and questions to highlight important and exciting advances in the area of olfactory memory and perception.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2014
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    edited by Paolo Pelosi, Wolfgang Knoll.
    Contents:
    Chapter One: Genome mining and sequence analysis of chemosensory soluble proteins in arthropods
    Chapter Two: Reconstructing protein-coding sequences from ancient DNA
    Chapter Three: Bioinformatic, genomic and evolutionary analysis of genes: A case study in dipteran CSPs
    Chapter Four: Proteomics of arthropod soluble olfactory proteins
    Chapter Five: Analysis of post-translational modifications in soluble proteins involved in chemical communication from mammals and insects
    Chapter Six: Bacterial expression and purification of vertebrate odorant-binding proteins
    Chapter Seven: Structure of odorant binding proteins and chemosensory proteins determined by X-ray crystallography
    Chapter Eight: Solution structure of insect CSP and OBPs by NMR
    Chapter Nine: Stability of OBPs
    Chapter Ten: Ligand-binding assays with OBPs and CSPs
    Chapter Eleven: Fine structure immunocytochemistry—An important tool for research on odorant-binding proteins
    Chapter Twelve: Effect of OBPs on the response of olfactory receptors
    Chapter Thirteen: Site-directed mutagenesis of odorant-binding proteins
    Chapter Fourteen: Silencing of OBP genes: Generation of loss-of-function mutants of PBP by genome editing
    Chapter Fifteen: Electrochemical biosensing with odorant binding proteins: Chapter Sixteen - Electronic biosensors based on graphene FETs
    Chapter Seventeen: Electronic biosensors based on EGOFETs
    Chapter Eighteen: Gravimetric biosensors
    Chapter Nineteen: Plasmonic biosensors relying on biomolecular conformational changes: Case of odorant binding proteins.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2020
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    edited by S. Michael Griffin ; Peter J. Lamb.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • Digital
    Tohru Asai, Masami Ochi, Hitoshi Yokoyama, editors.
    Contents:
    1. OPCAB made in Japan, evidence on off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting from Japan
    2. Statistics of OPCAB in Japan
    3. Evidence in OPCAB, critical appraisal of recent RCT based on CABG in Japen
    4. Indication and safe strategy
    5. Approach
    6. Intraoperative management and anesthesia
    7. Controversy, volume load vs. vasopressor
    8. Urgent pump conversion, when does it occur and how can we prevent it?
    9. Exposure
    10. Stabilization
    11. Securing the distal anastomosis site, coronary artery occlusion, shunt, and blower
    12. Graft planning
    13. Controversy, composite grafts versus individual grafts
    14. Harvesting, tip and pitfalls
    15. Graft-coronary anastomosis in off-pump CABG
    16. Coronary endarterectomy and long onlay-patch grafting
    17. OPCAB proximal
    18. Intraoperative graft assessment OPCAB made in Japan
    19. Stroke
    20. Patient management OPCAB
    21. Redo operation
    22. Combined surgery (TAA, AAA, or cancer) concomitant or staged surgeries?
    23. Difficult heart
    24. Difficult corionary OPCAB made in Japan
    25. Off-pump CABG for patients with end-stage renal failure
    26. How do we teach off-pump surgery to the next generation?
    27. Hybrid approach (OPCAB+PCI/TAVI/Ddebranching TEVAR)
    28. Robotic surgery
    29. OPCAB combined regenerative surgery
    Erratum
    Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Gary F. Bouloux, editor.
    Summary: This book is based on a review of the closed claims from the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Insurance Company (OMSNIC). Themes and trends that have been identified through review of these claims assisted in recognizing multiple causes of anesthesia related complications. This allowed the development of a presentation on the prevention, recognition and management of office based anesthesia complications to be delivered over 10 years to thousands of oral and maxillofacial surgeons in an attempt to reduce the incidence of future complications. This text provides detailed methods to allow the oral and maxillofacial surgeon, anesthetist and anesthesiologist to risk stratify patients as well as prevent, recognize and manage the most common anesthesia related complications. Additionally, it describes how to run an ideal Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) driven megacode, identify differences in pediatric anesthesia and ideally manage opioid needs of the oral and maxillofacial surgery patient. Office Based Anesthesia Complications is based on the most common anesthesia related complications that have been documented over more than 20 years of data collection for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

    Contents:
    Intro
    Preface
    Contents
    Contributors
    1: Risk Stratification for Office-Based Anesthesia
    Introduction
    Patient Evaluation
    Body Systems and Disease
    Cardiac Disease
    Coronary Artery Disease and Myocardial Infarction
    Cardiac Arrhythmias
    Congestive Heart Failure
    Valvular Heart Disease and Prosthetic Valves
    Respiratory Disease
    Asthma
    Hepatic Disease
    Renal Disease
    Geriatric Patients
    Suggested Reading
    2: Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support
    Introduction
    Course Certification: Knowledge and Skill Retention The Core Components of Life Support
    Airway Management
    Instructional and Learning Modalities
    Simulation
    Crew/Crisis Resource Management
    Who Is the Team?
    What Should We Do?
    Suggested Reading
    3: Laryngospasm
    Introduction
    Prevention
    Airway Examination
    Recognition
    Management
    Medication Precautions
    Larson Maneuver
    Suggested Reading
    4: Aspiration
    Introduction
    Prevention
    Recognition
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    5: Asthma
    Introduction
    Clinical Manifestations
    Pathophysiology
    Diagnostic Studies
    Intermittent Mild Persistent
    Moderate Persistent
    Severe Persistent
    Prevention
    Monoclonal Antibody Targets, Route of Administration, and Dosing Frequency
    Recognition
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    6: Anaphylaxis
    Introduction
    Diagnosis
    Management
    Selected Readings
    7: Bronchospasm
    Introduction
    Prevention
    Recognition
    Management
    Selected Readings
    8: Obesity
    Introduction
    Respiratory System
    Cardiovascular System
    Other Systems
    Prevention
    Patient Screening and Conservative Patient Selection
    Depth of Anesthesia Limit Setting Robust Monitoring
    Staff and Facility Preparation
    Recognition
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    9: Obstructive Sleep Apnea
    Introduction
    Prevention
    Pre-operative
    Operative
    Postoperative
    Recognition
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    10: Trismus
    Introduction
    Etiology
    Prevention
    Preoperative Assessment
    Choice of Drugs
    Recognition
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    11: Cardiac Arrhythmias
    Introduction
    Prevention
    Recognition and Management
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Management (Also See Fig. 11.2) Management (Also See Fig. 11.2 if Tachycardia or Fig. 11.3 if Bradycardia)
    Management (Also See Fig. 11.2)
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    12: Myocardial Infarction
    Introduction
    Prevention
    Local Anesthesia
    General Anesthesia
    Recognition
    Rhythm Strip Interpretation
    ST Segment Depression or Elevation
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    13: Pulmonary Embolism
    Introduction
    Prevention
    Recognition
    Management
    Suggested Reading
    Digital Access Springer 2021
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    edited by John A. Renner Jr., Petros Levounis, Anna T. LaRose.
    Summary: With a new foreword by Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, this second edition of Office-Based Buprenorphine Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder provides updated information on evidence-based treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD)-an increasingly important topic as the epidemic of opioid misuse and overdose deaths grows in the United States. Bulleted clinical pearls at the end of each chapter, as well as specific clinical recommendations and detailed case discussions throughout, make it easier for readers to retain knowledge and integrate it into their clinical practice. The guide also features sample documentation and scales, including a treatment contract and a patient consent, that can be used to model documents in practice. This new edition of Office-Based Buprenorphine Treatment has been updated to reflect DSM-5 language, and two additional chapters have been included: one that addresses other pharmacotherapies useful in treating OUD, including methadone and naltrexone, and another that discusses OUD treatment specifically with regard to women's health and pregnancy. A discussion of the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA). Advice for working with Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. A discussion on integrating buprenorphine into residential and inpatient opioid treatment programs. -- Publisher.

    Contents:
    Opioid use disorder in america : history and overview / John A. Renner Jr
    General opioid pharmacology / John T. Pichot, Mark T. Pichot
    Efficacy and safety of buprenorphine / Eric C. Strain, Gerard Iru I. Fernando
    Patient assessment / Petros Levounis, Jonathan Avery
    Clinical use of buprenorphine / Ricardo Restrepo, Petros Levounis
    Buprenorphine treatment in office-based settings / Jeffrey D. Baxter, Dong Chan Park
    Psychosocial and supportive treatment / Peter D. Friedmann, Tae Woo Park
    Referral, logistics, and diversion / Joji Suzuki, Claudia P. Rodriguez
    Methadone, naltrexone, and naloxone / Brad W. Stankiewicz, Saria El Haddad, Anna Terajewicz Larose
    Psychiatric comorbidity / Elie Aoun, Elinore F. McCance-Katz
    Medical comorbidity / Joseph H. Donroe, Lynn E. Fiellin, David A. Fiellin, Jeanette M. Tetrault
    Acute and chronic pain / Daniel P. Alford
    Opioid use by adolescents / Ximena Sanchez-Samper, Sharon Levy
    Women's health and pregnancy / Anna T. LaRose, Hendree E. Jones
    Comments on the case vignettes / John A. Renner Jr., Gregory Acampora.
    Digital Access PsychiatryOnline 2018
  • Digital
    Jonathan D. Emery, Marie Fidela R. Paraiso, editors.
    Summary: Recent trends in medicine have pushed many gynecologic procedures to the outpatient setting, whether in-office, in small medical ambulatory surgery centers, or in procedure rooms. Office-Based Gynecologic Surgical Procedures covers both basic and advanced procedures, from biopsy and saline ultrasound to cystoscopy. It answers the "How?", "What?", and "When?" of setting up, preparing for, and confidently performing office procedures. While appropriate training and certification in these procedures such as cystoscopy and hysteroscopy is needed, this book is an excellent resource for advice and tips on how to safely transition from the technique used in the operating room. It also provides the necessary algorithms and in-depth instructions pertinent to performing these types of procedures effectively in the office setting. A chapter on patient safety in the office is also included. Office-Based Gynecologic Surgical Procedures is ideal for established OBGYNs in practice who want to expand their range of procedures offered in-office, fellows in Women's Health, advanced nurse practitioners, recent OBGYN residency graduates, and family medicine physicians eager to familiarize themselves with women's health procedures.

    Contents:
    Pre-Procedure Patient Evaluation and Management
    Getting Started in Office Based Gynecologic Procedures: Office Set-up, Procedural Implications and Ensuring Patient Safety
    Informed Consent
    Anesthesia and Analgesia
    Basic Gynecologic Procedures
    Saline Infusion Sonohysterography
    Office Diagnostic Hysteroscopy
    Hysteroscopic Tubal Sterilization
    Office Operative Hysteroscopy: Polyp and Sub-mucosal Fibroid Removal
    Office-Based Global Endometrial Ablation
    Cystoscopy
    Urodynamics
    Peri-Urethral Injections
    Trigger Point Injections for Pelvic Pain
    Colposcopy
    Loop Electro-Excision Procedure (LEEP)
    Vulvar Biopsy and Excision/Ablation.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Digital
    Abdul- latif Hamdan, Robert Thayer Satalof, Mary J. Hawkshaw.
    Summary: This book provides a detailed description of laryngeal procedures performed under topical anesthesia in an office setting. The last two decades have witnessed a major evolution in laryngology practice toward office-based surgery, thus reducing the risk of general anesthesia and containing healthcare costs while also hastening recovery rates from the time of diagnosis. Beginning with a comprehensive review of the anatomy and physiology of phonation, the book then provides systematic assessment of patients with voice dysfunction secondary to structural and functional laryngeal disorders. It offers detailed instructions on patient selection, safety, tolerance, and proper administration of topical anesthesia. The book supplies detailed descriptions of the various surgical techniques commonly used in office-based laryngeal surgery using colored illustrations, photographs and videos. Different surgical approaches are presented including transcervical, transnasal and per-oral techniques. The book also supplies a thorough review of the literature on the current status of the most commonly performed office-based laryngeal surgeries including patient care, surgical outcome, and complications. Office-Based Laryngeal Surgery help laryngologists operating on awake patients in an office setting to be both well-equipped and well-informed.

    Contents:
    Anatomy and Physiology of Voice: Core Knowledge
    Patient History
    Physical examination
    Common Medical Diagnosis and Treatments in
    Patients with Voice Disorders
    Voice Surgery; In-Office Voice Surgery-Basic Background and Principles
    Topical anesthesia in office-based
    Phonosurgery
    Patient safety and Tolerance in office-based Phonosurgery
    Surgical Approaches and operative technique in office-based phonosurgery
    Office-based Injection laryngoplasty
    Office-based laryngeal Botulinum Toxin injection
    Office-based laryngeal laser therapy
    Office-based injection of steroids and other substances
    Other Office-based laryngeal procedures. .
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Digital
    Elie M. Ferneini, Michael T. Goupil, editors.
    Summary: This book is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to maxillofacial surgical procedures typically performed in an office setting. It comprises three sections, the first of which provides an overview of general and basic perioperative topics such as medical and facial assessment, laboratory indications, local anesthesia, and oral and parenteral sedation. In the second section, a wide range of dentoalveolar procedures are described in detail. The final section is devoted to maxillofacial cosmetic procedures. Here, readers will find stepwise guidance on scar revision, chemical peel, laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, use of neuromodulators and fillers, neck procedures, blepharoplasty, and hair transplant surgery. The book is written by acknowledged experts and is multi-institutional and multispecialty based. It will meet the needs of multiple surgical professionals, including oral and maxillofacial surgeons, plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, cosmetic surgeons, dentists, and medical and dental students. Health care providers will also be able to use the book as a resource to expand their knowledge on common maxillofacial surgical procedures.

    Contents:
    PART I: PERIOPERATIVE TECHNIQUES Chapter 1: Medical Assessment of the Maxillofacial Surgery Patient
    Chapter 2: Facial Assessment
    Chapter 3: Office-based Laboratory Indications and Interpretation
    Chapter 4: Local Anesthesia
    Chapter 5: Oral Sedation
    Chapter 6: Parenteral Sedation
    Chapter 7: Informed Consent: Process and Practice in the Context of Office-based Oral Surgery
    PART II : DENTOALVEOLAR PROCEDURES Chapter 8: Differential Diagnosis and Biopsy Techniques
    Chapter 9: Frenectomy
    Chapter 10: Gingival Augmentation Surgery for Specific Mucogingival Problems
    Chapter 11: Management of Oroantral Communications
    Chapter 12: Exposure of Impacted Teeth
    Chapter 13: Molar Uprighting
    Chapter 14: Management of Impacted Teeth
    Chapter 15: Coronectomy
    PART III: MAXILLOFACIAL COSMETIC PROCEDURES Chapter 16: Scar Revision in the Office Setting
    Chapter 17: Chemical Peels
    Chapter 18: Laser Skin Resurfacing
    Chapter 19: Dermabrasion
    Chapter 20: Neuromodulators
    Chapter 21: Facial Fillers
    Chapter 22: Neck Procedures
    Chapter 23: Blepharoplasty
    Chapter 24: Genioplasty.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    edited by David Chelmow [and three others].
    Summary: This case-based guide covers 100 gynecologic problems commonly encountered in office practice settings, from the simple to the complex. It encourages evidence-based care and incorporates up-to-date guidance on evaluation and management in office practice. Clinical problems are discussed in a clear, case-based format. The book integrates current guidelines and recommendations, supplemented with carefully-researched and vetted expert opinion for situations for which no guidelines exist. Each gynecologic problem is assessed through a brief case presentation followed by an in-depth discussion with visual aids. Question and answer sections feature teaching points. Cases and discussions are detailed enough to guide practice, yet remain focused and concise, with each case designed to be read in the time available when seeing a patient in clinical practice. An invaluable reference guide for gynecologists, family physicians, internal medicine providers, and other women's health care providers who offer office-based gynecologic care.
    Digital Access Cambridge 2019
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    Summary: Includes 1958-<1972> Annual report of the director of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau; 1959-<1991> Basic documents of the Pan American Health Organization.
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    edited by Andrew D. Bersten, Jonathan M. Handy.
    Summary: "For nearly 40 years, Oh's Intensive Care Manual has been the quick reference of choice for ICU physicians at all levels of experience. The revised 8th edition maintains this tradition of excellence, providing fast access to practical information needed every day in today's intensive care unit. This bestselling manual covers all aspects of intensive care in sufficient detail for daily practice while keeping you up to date with the latest innovations in the field"--Publisher's description.

    Contents:
    Part 1: Organisation aspects. Design and organisation of intensive care units
    Critical care Outreach & rapid response systems
    Severity Scoring and Outcome Prediction
    Transport of the critically ill patients
    Physiotherapy in intensive care
    Critical care nursing
    Ethics
    Common problems after ICU
    Clinical information systems
    Trials
    Palliative care
    ICU and the elderly
    Team based health care delivery
    Genetics and Sepsis
    Part 2: Shock. Overview of shock
    Haemodynamic monitoring
    Multi-organ dysfunction syndrome
    Monitoring oxygenation
    Hyperlactatemia in Critical Illness
    Part 3: Acute coronary care. Acute cardiac investigations and interventions
    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (including defibrillation)
    Cardiac arrhythmias (combine with drugs)
    Cardiac pacing
    Acute Heart failure and Pulmonary Hypertension
    Valvular and congenital heart disease and infective endocarditis
    Postoperative cardiac intensive care
    Echocardiography in intensive care
    Part 4: Respiratory failure. Oxygen therapy
    Airway management and acute airway obstruction
    Acute respiratory failure in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Mechanical ventilator support
    Humidifiers and inhalation therapy
    Acute respiratory distress syndrome include fat embolism
    Pulmonary embolism
    Acute severe asthma
    Pneumonia
    Noninvasive ventilation
    Respiratory monitoring
    Chest imaging
    Ultrasound in the ICU
    ECMO
    Part 5: Gastroenterological emergencies. Acute gastrointestinal bleeding
    Acute pancreatitis
    Hepatic failure
    Abdominal Surgical Catastrophes
    Implications of solid tumours for Intensive Care
    Part 6: Acute renal failure. Acute Kidney Injury
    Renal Replacement Therapy
    Part 7: Neurological disorders. Disorders of consciousness
    Status epilepticus
    Acute cerebrovascular complications
    Cerebral protection
    Brain death
    Meningitis and encephalomyelitis
    Tetanus
    Delirium
    ICU acquired weakness
    Neuromuscular disorders
    Part 8: Endocrine disorders. Diabetic emergencies
    Diabetes insipidus and other polyuric syndromes
    Thyroid emergencies
    Adrenocortical insufficiency
    Acute calcium disorders
    Part 9: Obstetric emergencies. Preeclampsia and eclampsia
    Obstetric emergencies
    Severe cardiac disease in pregnancy
    Part 10: Infections and immune disorders. Anaphylaxis
    Host defence and immunodeficiency
    HIV and AIDS
    Sepsis and Septic shock
    Nosocomial infections
    Severe soft tissue infections
    Fungal infection
    Principles of antibiotic use in the ICU
    Tropical diseases
    Part 11: Severe and multiple trauma. Severe and multiple injuries
    Severe head injuries
    Faciomaxillary and upper airway injuries
    Chest injuries
    Spinal injuries
    Abdominal and pelvic injuries
    Part 12: Environmental injuries. Submersion
    Burns
    Thermal disorders
    Electrical safety and injuries
    Envenomation
    Blast and ballistic trauma
    Bioterrorism
    Part 13: Pharmacologic considerations. Pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and drug monitoring in acute illness
    Poisoning and drug intoxication
    Sedation and pain management in intensive care
    Vasopressors and inotropes
    Vasodilators and antihypertensives
    Part 14: Metabolic homeostasis. Acid-base balance and disorders
    Fluid and electrolyte therapy
    Enteral and parenteral nutrition
    Part 15: Haematological management. Blood transfusion
    Colloids and blood products
    Plasmapheresis, therapeutic plasma exchange and intravenous immunoglobulin therapy
    Haemostatic failure
    Haematological malignancy
    Part 16: Transplantation. Organ donation
    Liver transplantation
    Heart and lung transplantation
    Part 17: Paediatric intensive care. The critically ill child
    Upper airway obstruction in children
    Acute respiratory failure in children
    Paediatric fluid and electrolyte therapy
    Sedation and analgesia in children
    Shock and cardiac disease in children
    Neurological emergencies in children
    Paediatric trauma
    Treatment limitation and organ procurement
    Paediatric poisoning and envenomation
    Paediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
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    edited by Andrew Bersten, Neil Soni.
    Summary: Whether you're a newcomer to the ICU or a seasoned practitioner, Oh's Intensive Care Manual delivers the practical, expert answers you need to manage the conditions you see every day in the intensive care unit. This highly esteemed, bestselling medical reference book presents comprehensive detail on each topic, while maintaining a succinct, accessible style so this information can be seamlessly incorporated into your daily practice. Access everything you need to know about disease processes and their management during the course of ICU rotations. Gain valuable insight into the consensus of practice and standard of ICU care as followed in the UK, Europe, India, and Australia. Take advantage of expert advice on practical issues that will be encountered on a day-to-day basis in the ICU, as well as common pitfalls in treatment and management emphasized in each chapter.

    Contents:
    pt. One Organisation Aspects
    1. Design and organisation of intensive care units / Felicity H. Hawker
    2. Critical care outreach and rapid response systems / Christian P. Subbe
    3. Severity of illness and likely outcome from critical illness / Mark Palazzo
    4. Transport of critically ill patients / Matthew R. Hooper
    5. Physiotherapy in intensive care / Mandy O. Jones
    6. Critical care nursing / John R. Welch
    7. Ethics in intensive care / Malcolm M. Fisher
    8.Common problems after ICU / Evelyn Corner
    9. Clinical information systems / David Fraenkel
    10. Clinical trials in critical care / Anthony Delaney
    11. Palliative care / Neil Soni
    12. ICU and the elderly / Richard Keays
    13. Health care team in intensive care medicine / Gerry O'Callaghan
    14. Preparing for examinations in intensive care medicine / Liz Hickson
    pt. Two Shock
    15. Overview of shock / Sandra L. Peake
    16. Haemodynamic monitoring / David J. Sturgess 17. Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome / Marriane J. Chapman
    18. Monitoring oxygenation / Balasubramanian Venkatesh
    19. Lactic acidosis / Alistair D. Nichol
    pt. Three Acute Coronary Care
    20. Acute cardiac syndromes, investigations and interventions / Bradley Power
    21. Adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation / Peter T. Morley
    22. Management of cardiac arrhythmias / Andrew Holt
    23. Cardiac pacing and implantable cardioverter defibrillators / Oliver R. Segal
    24. Acute heart failure / David Treacher
    25. Valvular and congenital heart disease and bacterial endocarditis / Susanna Price
    26. Intensive care after cardiac surgery / Raymond F. Raper
    27. Echocardiography in the intensive care unit / Susanna Price
    pt. Four Respiratory Failure
    28. Oxygen therapy / Adrian J. Wagstaff
    29. Airway management and acute airway obstruction / Gordon Y.S. Choi
    30. Acute respiratory failure in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease / David V. Tuxen 31. Mechanical ventilation / Andrew D. Bersten
    32. Humidification and inhalation therapy / Andrew D. Bersten
    33. Acute respiratory distress syndrome / Andrew D. Bersten
    34. Pulmonary embolism / David V. Pilcher
    35. Acute severe asthma / Matthew T. Naughton
    36. Pneumonia / Charles D. Gomersall
    37. Non-invasive ventilation / Andrew D. Bersten
    38. Respiratory monitoring / Andrew D. Bersten
    39. Imaging the chest / Simon P.G. Padley
    40. Ultrasound in the ICU / Ubbo F. Wiersema
    41. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) / Vincent Pellegrino
    41.1. ECMO for respiratory failure
    41.2. ECMO for cardiac failure
    pt. Five Gastroenterological Emergencies and Surgery
    42. Acute gastrointestinal bleeding / Joseph J.Y. Sung
    43. Severe acute pancreatitis / Duncan L.A. Wyncoll
    44. Liver failure / Julia Wendon
    44.1. Acute hepatic failure
    44.2. Cirrhosis and acute-on-chronic liver disease 45. Abdominal surgical catastrophes / Stephen J. Streat
    46. Solid tumours and their implications in the ICU / Pascale Gruber
    pt. Six Acute Renal Failure
    47. Acute kidney injury / Rinaldo Bellomo
    48. Renal replacement therapy / Rinaldo Bellomo
    pt. Seven Neurological Disorders
    49. Disorders of consciousness / Balasubramanian Venkatesh
    50. Status epilepticus / Helen I. Opdam
    51. Acute cerebrovascular complications / Thearina de Beer
    52. Cerebral protection / Michelle Hayes
    53. Brain death / Martin Smith
    54. Meningitis and encephalomyelitis / Angus M. Kennedy
    55. Tetanus / Jeffrey Lipman
    56. Delirium / Marcela P. Vizcaychipi
    57. Neuromuscular diseases in intensive care / Manoj K. Saxena
    pt. Eight Endocrine Disorders
    58. Diabetic emergencies / Richard Keays
    59. Diabetes insipidus and other polyuric syndromes / Alastair C. Carr
    60. Thyroid emergencies / Ying Li 61. Adrenocortical insufficiency in critical illness / Jeremy Cohen
    62. Acute calcium disorders / Balasubramanian Venkatesh
    pt. Nine Obstetric Emergencies
    63. Preeclampsia and eclampsia / Tony Gin
    64. General obstetric emergencies / Tony Gin
    65. Severe pre-existing disease in pregnancy / Steve M. Yentis
    pt. Ten Infections and Immune Disorders
    66. Anaphylaxis / Malcolm M. Fisher
    67. Host defence mechanisms and immunodeficiency disorders / Alexander A. Padiglione
    68. HIV and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome / Steve McGloughlin
    69. Severe sepsis / A. Raffaele De Gaudio
    70. Nosocomial infections / Rishi H-P Dhillon
    71. Severe soft-tissue infections / Didier Pittet
    72. Principles of antibiotic use / Jeffrey Lipman
    73. Tropical diseases / Michael E. Pelly
    pt. Eleven Severe and Multiple Trauma
    74. Severe and multiple trauma / Li C. Hsee
    75. Severe head injuries / Manoj K. Saxena pt. Fourteen Metabolic Homeostasis
    92. Acid
    base balance and disorders / Thomas J. Morgan
    93. Fluid and electrolyte therapy / Simon Finfer
    94. Enteral and parenteral nutrition / Richard Leonard
    pt. Fifteen Haematological Management
    95. Blood transfusion / James P. Isbister
    96. Colloids and blood products / Matthias Jacob
    97. Therapeutic plasma exchange and intravenous immunoglobulin therapy / James P. Isbister
    98. Haemostatic failure / James P. Isbister
    99. Haematological malignancy / Timothy Wigmore
    pt. Sixteen Transplantation
    100.Organ donation / Stephen J. Streat
    101. Liver transplantation / Julia Wendon
    102. Heart and lung transplantation / Paul C. Jansz
    pt. Seventeen Paediatric Intensive Care
    103. The critically ill child / Shelley D. Riphagen
    104. Upper airway obstruction in children / Sara Hanna
    105. Acute respiratory failure in children / Kevin Plumpton 106. Paediatric fluid and electrolyte therapy / Frank Shann
    107. Sedation and analgesia in children / Geoff Knight
    108. Shock and cardiac disease / Johnny Millar
    109. Neurological emergencies in children / Anthony J. Slater
    110. Paediatric trauma / Kevin McCaffery
    111. Withholding and withdrawing life-sustaining medical treatment in children / James Tibballs
    112. Paediatric poisoning / James Tibballs
    113. Paediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation / James Tibballs.
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  • Digital
    Maizura Ithnin, Ahmad Kushairi, editors.
    Summary: This book compiles the fundamental advances resulting from of oil-palm genome and transcriptome sequencing, and describes the challenges faced and strategies applied in sequencing, assembling and annotating oil palm genome sequences. The availability of genome and transcriptome data has made the mining of a high number of new molecular markers useful for genetic diversity as well as marker-trait association studies and the book presents high-throughput genotyping platforms, which allow the detection of QTL regions associated with interesting oil palm traits such as oil unsaturation and yield components using classical genetic and association mapping approaches. Lastly, it also presents the discovery of major genes governing economically important traits of the oil palm. Covering the history of oil palm expansion, classical and molecular cytogenetics, improvements based on wild and advanced genetic materials, and the science of oil palm breeding, the book is a valuable resource for scientists involved in plant genetic research.

    Contents:
    Oil palm : History and importance Taxonomy, center of diversity, center of origin, history of economic expansion
    Wild and advanced resources Genetic resources, breeding populations for E. guineensis and E. oleifera
    Cytogenetics Classical and molecular cytogenetics
    Classical Genetics and Conventional Plant Breeding Oil palm breeding techniques, oil palm breeding scheme (Modified RRS, backcrossing). Challenges faced in conventional oil palm breeding programs
    Oil Palm tissue culture- fast tracking elite commercial lines Improving cloning efficiency Overcoming abnormality issues observed in clonally propagated palms
    Oil palm transgenic research Challenges, update and future outlook
    Towards oil palm genome sequencing, assembly and annotation Highlights on the limitations of conventional breeding, tissue culture and transgenic research and requirement of genome sequences Challenges, approaches and strategies applied
    Molecular evolution Genetic diversity based on sequencing and analysis with molecular markers (SSRs and SNPs) Looking at evolution via chloroplast and mitochondrial genome analysis
    Identifying genes influencing monogenically inherited traits (shell & fruit colour genes)
    Dissecting complex traits via conventional QTL analysis and Association mapping QTLs detected : FAC, height, yield, bunch components.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Digital
    Beenu Tanwar, Ankit Goyal, editors.
    Summary: Oilseeds offer a plethora of opportunities for the food and feed industry, thanks to their high oil and protein content. Their phytonutrients and functional components have attracted the interest of researchers, leading to the development of functional foods. This book gathers the latest scientific information on the nutrients, phytonutrients and health benefits as well as the adverse effects of consuming various conventional and non-conventional oilseeds. In addition, each chapter includes a section comprehensively explaining the use of oilseeds in functional bakery, dairy, and other food products. Given its scope, the book is a valuable resource for students, researchers, nutritionists, food scientists and technologists, and for anyone involved in product development based on oilseed and its components.

    Contents:
    Soybean (Glycine max)
    Rapeseed/Canola (Brassica napus)
    Cottonseed (Gossypium hirsutum),- Ground nut (Arachis hypogaea)
    Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) seed
    Palm /Palm kernel (Elaeis guineensis)
    Coconut (Cocos nucifera),- Mustard (Brassica nigra) seed,- Olive (Olea europaea),- Flaxseed (Linum usitatissimum), - Chia seed (Salvia hispanica),- Sesame (Sesamum indicum) seed
    Nigella (Nigella sativa) seed,- Borage (Borago officinalis) seed,- Hempseed (Cannabis sativa),- Rice (Oryza sativa) bran,- Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius)
    Camelina (Camelina sativa) seed,- Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) seed,- Cumin (Cuminum cyminum) seed.
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    José M. Martín-Durán, Bruno C. Vellutini, editors.
    Summary: Animal evolution has always been at the core of Biology, but even today many fundamental questions remain open. The field of animal 'evo-devo' is leveraging recent technical and conceptual advances in development, paleontology, genomics and transcriptomics to propose radically different answers to traditional evolutionary controversies. This book is divided into four parts, each of which approaches animal evolution from a different perspective. The first part (chapters 2 and 3) investigates how new sources of evidence have changed conventional views of animal origins, while the second (chapters 4-8) addresses the connection between embryogenesis and evolution, and the genesis of cellular, tissue and morphological diversity. The third part (chapters 9 and 10) investigates how big data in molecular biology is transforming our understanding of the mechanisms governing morphological change in animals. In closing, the fourth part (chapters 11-13) explores new theoretical and conceptual approaches to animal evolution. 'Old questions and young approaches to animal evolution' offers a comprehensive and updated view of animal evolutionary biology that will serve both as a first step into this fascinating field for students and university educators, and as a review of complementary approaches for researchers.

    Contents:
    Part 1. Animal Origins
    Chapter 1. 1. The protistan cellular and genomic roots of animal multicellularity
    Chapter 2. Exceptionally preserved Cambrian fossils in the genomic era
    Part 2. The developmental view of animal evolution
    Chapter 3. Comparative embryology as a way to understand evolution
    Chapter 4. How do developmental programs evolve?
    Chapter 5. How do morphological novelties evolve? Novel approaches to define novel morphologies
    Chapter 6. Germ layer evolution: using novel approaches to address a classic evolutionary embryological problem
    Chapter 7. Origin and evolution of nervous systems
    Part 3. The genomic view of animal evolution
    Chapter 8. Boosting macroevolution: genomic changes triggering qualitative expansions of regulatory potential
    Chapter 9. How do gene networks promote morphological evolution?
    Part 4. Theoretical approaches to animal evolution
    Chapter 10. How does modularity in the genotype-phenotype map shape development and evolution?
    Chapter 11. Can we compute the embryo?
    Chapter 12. What is a biological individual?
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  • Digital
    Jean-François Picimbon, editor.
    Summary: Evolution gave rise to a prominent insect diversity at every level of ecological niche. Since then, hordes of insects have threatened human and cattle health as well as most of all green lands and agricultural crops. Now, the insect problem expands from many mutant forms of yellow dengue fever mosquitoes to highly-resistant larvae of most all various phytophageous species. The tremendous expansion of insect pests is due not only to an increasing resistance capacity to insecticides, but also to a strong capacity for adapting to different climate and environmental changes, including global warming. Obviously insects display a number of sophisticated systems to build an extremely efficient organism to survive in a changing world. In many species, one pheromone molecule is enough to trigger mating behavior. Therefore, insects have become crucial models not only for evolutionary studies, but also for understanding specific mechanisms underlying sensory-based behaviors. Most of insect species such as ants, beetles, cockroaches, locusts, moths and mosquitoes largely rely on olfactory cues to explore the environment and find conspecifics and food resources. A conglomerate of renowned international scientific experts is gathered to expose the insect problem on the various continents of the planet and propose an alternative to the use of toxic Olfactory Concepts of Insect Control-Alternative to Insecticides. Sex pheromones, specific chemical signals necessary for reproduction, and pheromone detection in insects are described with full details of the olfactory mechanisms in the antennae and higher centers in the brain. Thus, new synthetic pheromones and/or plant odors with specific molecular target sites in the insect olfactory system are proposed for sustainable development in agricultural and entomological industries. Disrupting insect pheromone channels and plant odor detection mechanisms is solemnly envisioned as a unique way to control invasive insect pest species while preserving human and environment safety.

    Contents:
    1. The spread of mosquito-borne diseases: a major and global public health
    2. Locusts in the world
    3. Effects of pesticides on the environment and insecticide resistance
    4. Discovery and development of microbial biological control agents
    5. Fall armyworm (FAW; Lepidoptera, Noctuidae): moth oviposition and crop protection
    6. Olfaction as a target for control of honeybee parasite mite Varroa destructor
    7. Circadian and seasonal timing of insect olfactory systems
    8. Molecular basis of pheromonogenesis regulation in moths.
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  • Digital
    Jean-François Picimbon, editor.
    Summary: Most of all insect species respond to odor messages they exchange consciously. This is due to the existence of thousands of olfactory sensilla covering the antennal branches and thousands of nerve cells that will transmit the odor signal towards specific parts of the insect brain. Pheromones, pheromone regulatory pathways, pheromone-sensitive nerve cells, pheromone receptors and pheromone-binding proteins appear on this volume 2 as a prerequisite not only for fundamental knowledge in olfactory processes but also for applied research and insect control. The pheromone or olfactory concepts, exposed here in nocturnal species of moths, mainly deal with the phenomenal expansion of some specific insects, invasive pest species that have severe impacts on agriculture and/or human health. However, the olfactory concepts exposed on the whole book must be brought further, before the shrinkage of some other more beneficial species such as the honeybees. Like many other species (butterflies, crickets, ladybugs and other flying insects), the bees are disappearing or show signs of a fast and significant decline in hive population, as an example of the serious decline of flora and fauna due to our industrialized agriculture. In this no-choice situation, new concepts of pest control alternative to insecticides are required to stop the serious general disappearing of insects that are pollinators of flowers but also important ecological factors (e.g. as food sources or material converters). The present situation is very alarming for a nature at risk of losing a biodiversity and the ecological equilibrium that it has taken so long to build. We belong to the Quaternary (fourth) geological era, the "Age of Mammals", the Cenozoic era of evolution that describes 60 My, from the birth of the flower and the bee to the modern days. In a close future, Men of the current time period, i.e the 21st century, may soon enter a new historical era, which may lead to its own extinction. Would this be the price to pay to preserve or rebuild those interactions so crucial for the life on earth?

    Contents:
    Intro; Foreword; Book Abstract; Contents; Contributors; About the Editor; Conference, Scientific Seminar, and Public Audience to Science; Selected Publications (Chemosensory Proteins and RNA Mutations);
    Chapter 1: Responses of Insect Olfactory Neurons to Single Pheromone Molecules; 1 Introduction; 2 The Olfactory Threshold of Moths; 3 ERPs and Bumps; 4 Electrical Circuit Analysis; 5 Kinetic Model; 6 Variation of ERPs; 7 Possible Mechanisms of Pheromone Response Modulation; 8 Effects on the ERP by Blocking Agents and Pheromone Derivatives; 9 Smooth Responses in Non-pheromone Neurons 10 Elementary Responses of Insect Photoreceptor Cells11 Elementary Responses in Vertebrate Olfactory Neurons; 12 Concluding Remarks; References;
    Chapter 2: Olfactory Systems in Insects: Similarities and Differences Between Species; 1 The Sensory Organs; 1.1 Number of Odor-Binding Proteins (OBPs); 1.2 Number of Odorant Receptor Neurons (ORNs); 1.3 Number of Odorant Receptors (ORs); 2 The Antennal Lobe (AL); 3 Types of Antennal Lobe Neurons; 3.1 Local Neurons (LNs); 3.2 Projection Neurons (PNs); 3.3 Other Neurons Innervating the Antennal Lobe; 4 The Mushroom Body (MB) 2.1 Identification of Odorant Receptors (ORs)2.2 Repertoires and Evolution of Insect Odorant Receptors; 2.3 Receptors for Pheromones; 2.4 Expression Patterns of Odorant Receptors; 2.5 Ligand Specificity of Odorant Receptors and Interplay with OBPs and SNMP1; 2.6 Receptor-Mediated Signal Transduction Processes; 3 Gustatory Receptors: Receptors for CO2 and Odorants; 4 Ionotropic Receptors; 5 Concluding Remarks; References;
    Chapter 5: Diversity of Biotransformation Enzymes in Insect Antennae: Possible Roles in Odorant Inactivation and Xenobiotic Processing; 1 Introduction 3.2 Do The Less Potent Ligands (Secondary Odorants) Have Biological Implications?3.3 Co-location of Particular Receptor Neuron Types; 3.4 Moths Have Specialized OSNs Tuned to Caterpillar-Induced Compounds; 3.5 The Particular Case of Linalool; 4 Comparative and Evolutionary Aspects; 5 Relevance to Pest Management; 6 Central Pathways, Coding and Processing of Plant Odor Information; 7 Plasticity and Modulation of Olfactory Signaling; 8 General Considerations; References;
    Chapter 4: Molecular Mechanism of Insect Olfaction: Olfactory Receptors; 1 Introduction; 2 Insect Odorant Receptors 4.1 Definition and General Knowledge4.2 Input Neurons of MB; 4.3 Intrinsic Neurons of MB (Kenyon Cells); 4.4 Output Neurons of MB; 5 Remarks and Conclusions; References;
    Chapter 3: Recognition of Plant Odor Information in Moths; 1 Introduction; 2 How to Identify the Biologically Relevant Plant Odorants Recognized by Moths; 3 Plant Odor OSNs in Moths Categorized by Their Molecular Range; 3.1 Virtually, No Overlap in Molecular Receptive Ranges Is Seen Among OSN-Types in Heliothine Moths or in the Cabbage Moth M. brassicae
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  • Digital
    Liming Zhao, editor.
    Summary: The book provides an overview of bio-manufacturing techniques for the production, purification, characterization and modification of chito/chitin oligosaccharides and their monomers. In addition, it explores potential applications in the food, biomedical and agricultural industry on the basis of their bioactivities and biomaterial properties. Lastly, it shares a range of cutting-edge insights to help solve problems in industrial processes and promote further academic investigation. Given its scope, it offers a valuable resource for researchers and graduate students in the fields of bioengineering, food science, biochemistry, etc.

    Contents:
    Intro; Preface; Contents; Editor and Contributors; Abbreviations; Part I: Introductory and Background Information;
    1: The History of Chito/Chitin Oligosaccharides and Its Monomer; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Chitin; 1.1.2 Chitosan; 1.1.3 Chitooligosaccharides; 1.1.4 Chitin Oligosaccharides; 1.1.5 Glucosamine and N-acetyl-D-Glucosamine; 1.2 Biological Activities of Chito/Chitin Oligosaccharides; 1.2.1 Antimicrobial Activity; 1.2.2 Antioxidant Activity; 1.2.3 Anti-inflammatory Activity; 1.2.4 Anti-tumor/Anticancer Activity; 1.2.5 Immunostimulatory Activities 1.2.6 Wound Healing and Tissue Regeneration Properties1.2.7 Hypocholesterolemic Activity; 1.2.8 Elicitors of Plant Immunity; 1.3 Future Perspectives and Limitations; References;
    2: Current Studies of Chito/Chitin Oligosaccharides and Its Monomer; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The Predominant Countries and Areas Research on Chito/Chitin Oligosaccharides; 2.3 The Comparation of Articles and Patents Published About COS and ChOS; 2.4 The Popularity Changes of Research on COS and ChOS Over Time; 2.5 The Future Research Trends on COS and ChOS; 2.6 Conclusion; References 3.7 Monomer (Monosaccharide) Generation: Chemical Hydrolysis, Fermentation and Enzymatic Methods3.7.1 Chemical Hydrolysis; 3.7.2 Enzymatic Methods; 3.7.3 Fermentation; 3.8 Conclusions; References;
    4: Preparation of Chitin Oligosaccharides and Its Monomer; 4.1 Functions of Chitin Oligosaccharides; 4.2 Chemical Methods for Preparation of Chitin Oligosaccharides; 4.3 Physical Methods for Preparation of Chitin Oligosaccharides; 4.4 Enzymatic Methods for Preparation of Chitin Oligosaccharides; 4.4.1 The Pretreatments of Chitin Native Chitosanase Crystal Structure DeterminationCatalytic Mechanism; 3.4.2.2 Summary of the Extensively Studied Chitosanases; The Cleavage Mode Analysis for Chitosanase; Cleavage Specificity Analysis; The Chitooligosaccharides Product Analyses Generated by the Chitosanases; 3.4.2.3 Protein Engineering for Chitosanase and Applications of Chitosanase in the Chitosan Oligomer Generation; 3.5 Chitooligosaccharide Generation Based on the Chemoenzymatic Approach; 3.6 Future Directions of Chitooligosaccharides Preparation Part II: Bio-Manufacturing of Chito/Chitin Oligosaccharides and Its Monome
    r3: Preparation of Chitooligosaccharides and Its Monomer; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Chemical Hydrolysis Methods to Generate the Oligomer; 3.3 Physical Methods Used to Enhance the Depolymerization Efficiency; 3.4 Enzymatic Methods Used to Generate the Chitooligosaccharide; 3.4.1 Nonspecific Enzymes Used for the Generation of the Chitooligosaccharides; 3.4.2 Specific Enzymes Used for the Chitooligosaccharides Generation; 3.4.2.1 Three Dimensional Structural Analyses for Chitosanases
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Digital
    Mahabaleshwar V. Hegde, Anand Arvind Zanwar, Sharad P. Adekar, editors.
    Contents:
    Nutrition, Life, Disease and Death
    Flax Bio-village Concept
    Status Paper on Linseed/Flax Agriculture
    Omega-3 Milk
    Omega-3 Egg
    Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Hyperlipidemias
    World Market of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    Fortification of Food with Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    Importance of Polyunsaturated Acids from Marin Algae
    Emulsions of Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Better Bioavailability and Beneficial Health Effects
    Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Inflammatory Diseases
    Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Cancer: Insights into the Mechanism of Actions in Pre-clinical Cancer Models
    Linseed as a Functional Food for the Management of Obesity
    Role of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Metabolic Syndrome
    Balancing Omega-6: Omega-3 Ratios in Oilseeds
    Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Diabetic Complications
    Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Mitochondrial Functions
    Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Alzheimer's Disease
    Prevention of Oxidative Stress by Omega-3 Fatty Acids in the Brain
    Role of Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Eye Health
    DHA-Rich Algae Oil is a Safe and Effective Vegetarian Source of Omega-3
    Role of N-3 (Omega-3) Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Postpartum Depression: Mechanisms and Implications for Prevention and Treatment
    Influence of Omega-3 Fatty Acids on Bone Turnover
    Interactions between Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Iron
    Role of Omega-3 Fatty Acis in Major Cardiovascular Events-A Current View
    Modulation of Immune Response by Omega-3 in Health and Disease
    The Linoleic to Linolenic Intake Ration: The Fundamental Implications of Imbalance and Excess Looked at from both a Functional and Evolutionary Perspective-An Overview
    Bioactive Oxidised Products of Omega-6 and -3, Excess Oxidative Stress, Oxidised Dietary Intake, and Antioxidant Nutrient Deficiencies, in the Context of a Modern Diet
    In a Western dietary context excess oxidised linoleic acid (LA) of dietary and endogenous origin by; over-activation of PPAR-gamma so immune and inflammatory pathways, and cardiolipin damage, increases cardiovascular risk
    Linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid have central roles in brain energy substrate provision, endogenous lipid production, immune and repair function, via peroxisomal beta-oxidation related pathways?
    The roles of Linoleic and Alpha Linolenic Acid, their oxylipins, PPAR alpha delta and gamma related peroxisomal pathways, on obesity in the context of a 'Western' diet
    The crucial relevance of ALA and LA as primary peroxisomal beta-oxidation substrates, of oxidised LA as the primary endogenous activator of PPAR gamma, and energy deficit as the primary activator of PPAR alpha
    Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Myocardial Infarction
    Alternative Origins for Omega-3 Fatty Acids in the Diet
    Maternal Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Pregnancy Outcome
    Role of Antioxidants in Human Health
    Role of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Cardiovascular Disorders
    Beneficial Effect of Long-Chain Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Psoriasis
    Pharmacokinetics, Safety Profile of Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
    Fish Oil Fatty Acids for Aging Disorders.
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Digital
    Wan Mohd Aizat, Hoe-Han Goh, Syarul Nataqain Baharum, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Preeti Arivaradarajan, Gauri Misra, Editors.
    Summary: This book is a concerted effort to put together the rapidly growing facets of biological data. It provides a platform for the readers to think about integrative approaches to solve complex biological problems. This fundamental book deals with the simplest concepts of omics to recent advancements in the field. The content is divided into seven chapters that provide insight into various omics approaches, omics technologies, and its applications. Each chapter delves into different molecular scales: genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. Further to provide a holistic view a chapter detailing microbiome has been included in the book. The sub-sections in the chapters is dedicated to introducing the various analytical tools such as next generation sequencing, chromatin immunoprecipitation, mass spectrometry, peptide mass fingerprinting, RNA Seq and NMR spectroscopy. It entails a chapter focused on the bioinformatics resources for analysis of the omics data. In summary, this comprehensive book emphasizes the recent advancements in the study of biomolecules spanning from DNA to metabolites.

    Contents:
    Module 1_Introduction to omics
    Module 2_Genomics
    Module 3_Transcriptomics
    Module 4_Proteomics
    Module 5_Metabolomics
    Module 6_Microbiome
    Module 7_Bioinformatics resources.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Digital
    Debmalya Barh, editor.
    Summary: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in females that accounts for highest cancer specific deaths worldwide. In the last few decades research has proven that breast cancer can be treated if diagnosed at early stages and proper therapeutic strategy is adopted. Omics-based recent approaches have unveiled the molecular mechanism behind the breast tumorigenesis and aid in identification of next-generation molecular markers for early diagnosis, prognosis, and even the effective targeted therapy. Significant development has taken place in the field of omics in breast cancer in the last decade. The most promising omics approaches and their outcomes in breast cancer have been presented in this book for the first time. The book covers omics technologies and budding fields such as breast cancer miRNA, lipidomics, epigenomics, proteomics, nutrigenomics, stem cell, pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine, and many more along with conventional topics such as breast cancer management etc. It is a research-based reference book useful for clinician-scientists, researchers, geneticists and health care industries involved in various aspects of breast cancer. The book will also be useful for students of biomedicine, pathology, and pharmacy.

    Contents:
    Omics Technologies Applied in Breast Cancer Research
    Omics of Hereditary Breast Cancer.-Oncogenes and Tumor Supressor Genes as a Biomarker in Breast Cancer.-Breast Cancer Genomics.-Epigenomics of Breast Cancer.-Nutrigenomics in Breast Cancer.-Long Non-coding RNAs in Breast Cancer: Implications for Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Therapy.-Breast Cancer MicroRNAs: Clinical Biomarkers for the Diagnosis and Treatment Strategies.-Breast Cancer Proteomics.-Metabolomics in Breast Cancer.-Lipidomics in Breast Cancer.-Breast Cancer Stem Cells and Cellomics.-Omics of Male Breast Cancer.-Omics of Chemoresistant and Metastatic Breast Cancer.-Animal Models of Breast Cancer.-In Silico Disease Models of Breast Cancer
    Systems Biology and Integrative Omics in Breast Cancer
    Gynecologic Considerations for Women with Breast Cancer.-Imaging Technologies and Applications in Early Diagnosis and Prognosis for Breast Cancer
    Breast Cancer Biomarkers for Risk Assessment, Screening, Detection, Diagnosis, and Prognosis
    Breast Circulating Tumor Cells: Potential Biomarkers for Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Prognosis Evaluation.-Molecular Diagnosis Of Metastasizing Breast Cancer Based Upon Liquid Biopsy
    Exhaled Volatile Organic Compounds as Non-Invasive Markers in Breast Cancer
    Breast Cancer Therapy?Classical Therapy, Drug Targets and Targeted Therapy
    Pharmacogenomics?Pharmacoepigenomics of Breast Cancer Therapy: Clinical Implications
    Breast Cancer Gene Therapy
    Clinical Trial Endpoints in Breast Cancer.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Digital
    Jatin George Burniston, Yi-Wen Chen, editors.
    Summary: This book is a collection of principles and current practices in omics research, applied to skeletal muscle physiology and disorders. The various sections are categorized according to the level of biological organization, namely, genomics (DNA), transcriptomics (RNA), proteomics (protein), and metabolomics (metabolite). With skeletal muscle as the unifying theme, and featuring contributions from leading experts in this traditional field of research, it highlights the importance of skeletal muscle tissue in human development, health and successful ageing. It also discusses other fascinating topics like developmental biology, muscular dystrophies, exercise, insulin resistance and atrophy due to disuse, ageing or other muscle diseases, conveying the vast opportunities for generating new hypotheses as well as testing existing hypotheses by combining high-throughput techniques with proper experiment designs, bioinformatics and statistical analyses. Presenting the latest research techniques, this book is a valuable resource for the physiology community, particularly researchers and grad students who want to explore the new opportunities for omics technologies in basic physiology research.

    Contents:
    Part I: Genomic and Epi-genomic.- 1) GWAS/muscle function and diseases (by Eric Hoffman).- 2) Whole genome and whole exon sequencing/muscle disorders (by Silvère van der Maarel and Richard Lemmers).- 3) Epi-genome approaches/muscle regeneration (by Vittorio Sartorelli).- Part II: Transcriptomic.- 4) RNA profiling (by Yi-Wen Chen, confirmed).- 5) miRNA profiling (by Alyson Fiorillo).- 6) Single cell profiling in muscle (byPier Lorenzo Puri).- 7) Statistics and bioinformatics (by Heather Gordish).- Part III: Proteomic.- 8). Proteome profiling of human/ clinical samples
    i.e. necessarily label-free techniques (by Lawrence Mandarino).- 9) Proteome profiling of cell and animal models
    i.e. label techniques such as SILAC (by Matthias Mann OR SILAM with JR Yates III).- 10) Global analysis of post-translational modifications (by David E James).- 11) Proteome dynamics
    synthesis and degradation on a proteome wide scale (by Jatin Burniston, confirmed).- Part IV: Metabolomic.- 12) Non-targeted metabolomics using mass spectrometry (by Charles Burant).
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  • Digital
    edited by Debmalay Barh, Vasco Azevedo.
    Summary: Omics Technologies and Bio-Engineering: Towards Improving Quality of Life, Volume 1 is a unique reference that brings together multiple perspectives on omics research, providing in-depth analysis and insights from an international team of authors. The book delivers pivotal information that will inform and improve medical and biological research by helping readers gain more direct access to analytic data, an increased understanding on data evaluation, and a comprehensive picture on how to use omics data in molecular biology, biotechnology and human health care.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
  • Digital
    [editor-in-chief] David Valle ; [editors] Arthur L. Beaudet, Bert Vogelstein, Kenneth W. Kinzler, Stylianos E. Antonarakis, Andrea Ballabio, K. Michael Gibson, Grant Mitchell.
    Digital Access 2019
  • Digital
    Shane A. Marshall, John Ruedy.
    Contents:
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    Glucose disorders
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