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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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    Ovid
    LWW Health Library
  • Heung Sik Kang, Sung Hwan Hong, Ja-Young Choi, Hye Jin Yoo.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Fridun Kerschbaumer, Kuno Weise, Carl Joachim Wirth, Alexander R. Vaccaro.
    Contents:
    Cervical spine and cervicothoracic junction
    Thoracic spine
    Thoracolumbar junction
    Lumbar spine and lumbosacral junction
    Cervical spine
    Thoracic and lumbar spine
    Pelvis : pelvic ring
    Pelvis : acetabulum
    Hip joint
    Femur
    Knee
    Lower leg
    Foot
    Scapula and clavicle
    Shoulder
    Humerus
    Elbow
    Forearm
    Wrist
    Hand.
    Digital Access Thieme-Connect 2015
  • Vipul R. Patel, Manickam Ramalingam, editors.
    Summary: This second edition title is the ideal reference book for residents and fellows, with step-by-step pictures and only the essential prose. The major part of Operative Atlas of Laparoscopic and Robotic Reconstructive Urology, 2 edition is illustrated with magnificent photographs and diagrams depicting every step of a particular procedure. Instruments are clearly shown and have been photographed from both outside and inside the body. Chapters demonstrate accepted laparoscopic techniques that are the new gold standard in urology. Outcome analyses show that with laparoscopy, one can achieve the same oncologic success as with open surgery but will less morbidity.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Alexander Y. Shin, Nicholas Pulos, editors.
    Summary: Fully illustrated and enhanced with accompanying video clips, this comprehensive text presents the clinical evaluation and management of brachial plexus injuries and reconstruction, both for adult patients and birth injuries. Divided into two main sections, part one covers adult brachial plexus injuries, discussing the relevant anatomy and biology, epidemiology, and associated injuries. The main focus, however, is on diagnosis the clinical exam as well as neurodiagnostic and radiographic evaluation and surgical management approaches and techniques, including nerve grafting and transfers, tendon and muscle transfers, and joint fusion. Related topics are presented in chapters on sensory reinnervation, neuropathic pain management, the role of amputation and prosthetics, and pre- and post-surgical therapy protocols. Brachial plexus birth injury is described in part two, also focusing mainly on diagnosis and management but with an emphasis on the fact that babies are not small adults and special considerations are warranted. This section concludes with chapters on the management of late complications and long-term sequelae. A comprehensive surgical text on brachial plexus injuries has not been previously attempted. Filling a large gap in the literature, Operative Brachial Plexus Surgery is the go-to resource for adult and birth related brachial plexus reconstruction for orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, plastics surgeons, and their trainees.

    Contents:
    Adult Brachial Plexus Injuries: A Historical Perspective
    Part 1 SURGICAL ANATOMY
    Surgical Anatomy of the Brachial Plexus
    Mechanisms of Injury
    Biology of Nerve Injury
    Epidemiology of Adult Traumatic Brachial Plexus Injuries
    Associated Concomitant Injuries
    EVALUATION
    Examination of the Adult Brachial Plexus Patient
    Neurodiagnostic Evalution: EMG and NCS
    Neurodiagnostic Evalution: Intraoperative Monitoring
    Adult Brachial Plexus Injuries: Evaluation radiologic Evaluation
    ADULT BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURIES: DETERMINANTS OF TREATMENT (TIMING, INJURY TYPE, INJURY PATTERN)
    Priorities of Treatment and Rationale in Adult BPI
    TREATMENT OPTIONS IN ADULTS Root Grafting in Adult Brachial Plexus Injuries
    Nerve Transfers to Shoulder and Elbow
    Free-Functioning Muscle Transfer
    Tendon Transfers of the Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand
    Glenohumeral arthrodesis in brachial plexus palsy
    Reconstructive Options for the Thumb Axis in a Brachial Plexus Injury
    Wrist arthrodesis in the adult brachial plexus patient
    SURGICAL APPROACHES
    Supraclavicular Exposure of the Brachial Plexus
    Infraclavicular Exposure of the Brachial Plexus
    Posterior Approach for Spinal Accessory to Suprascapular Nerve
    Surgical Approach: Axillary Posterior
    Anterior Approach for Axillary Nerve Reconstruction
    Upper brachium approach: the lnar-Biceps Median-Brachialis double nerve transfer
    Intercostal nerve harvest in brachial plexus injuries
    Sural Nerve Harvest
    Contralateral C7 nerve transfer in the Treatment of Adult Brachial plexus Injuries and Spastic Hemiplegia
    The harvest of a free innervated functional gracilis muscle and its use in brachial plexus injuries
    MANAGEMENT OF SPECIFIC INJURY PATTERNS
    Management of C5-6 Injuries
    Management of C5-7 Injuries.-Strategies for Pan Brachial Plexus Reconstruction: The Mayo Clinic Brachial Plexus Team Approach
    Lower type injuries of the brachial plexus (C6-T1, C7-T1 and C8-T1 root involvement)
    RESTORATION OF HAND FUNCTION IN PAN PLEXUS INJURY
    Restoration of Hand Function in Pan Plexus Injury - Double Free Functioning Muscle Transfer.-Restoration of hand function in total brachial plexus avulsion injury
    Intercostal nerve transfer for sensory reconstruction of the hand following complete avulsion of the brachial plexus
    Management of Neuropathic Pain Role of Amputation and Prosthetic Fitting
    The Role of Therapy: Pre and Post-Surgery Protocols
    PEDIATRIC BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURY
    Historical Perspectives
    Mechanism of Injury
    The Biology of Brachial Plexus Birth Injuries
    Epidemiology of Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Injuries
    Associated Concomitant Injuries
    Clinical Examination of the Child with Brachial Plexus Birth Injury
    Operative Brachial Plexus Surgery: Brachial Plexus Birth Injury - Neurodiagnostic Evaluation
    Pediatric Brachial Plexus Injuries: Evaluation radiologic Evaluation
    Priorities of Treatment and Rationale (Babies Are Not Small Adults)
    Treatment Options in Babies
    Surgical Approaches
    Management of Specific Patterns of Injury-Erbs and Extended Erbs Palsy
    Management of Specific Patterns of Injury-Pan Plexus
    Expected Outcomes
    Late Complications and Treatmen.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Michael W. Mulholland, MD, PhD, editor-in-chief ; editors, Daniel Albo, MD, PhD, Ronald L. Dalman, MD, Mary T. Hawn, MD, MPH, Steven J. Hughes, MD, Michael S. Sabel, MD ; illustrations by: BodyScientific International, LLC.
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    RD32 .O65 2015
    2
  • Gerhard K. Lang.
    Contents:
    The ophthalmic examination / Gabriele E. Lang and Gerhard K. Lang
    Eyelids (palpebrae) / Peter Wagner and Gerhard K. Lang
    Lacrimal system / Peter Wagner and Gerhard K. Lang
    Conjunctiva / Gerhard K. Lang and Gabriele E. Lang
    Cornea / Gerhard K. Lang
    Sclera / Gerhard K. Lang
    Lens / Gerhard K. Lang
    Uveal tract (vascular layer) / Gabriele E. Lang and Gerhard K. Lang
    Pupil / Oskar Gareis and Gerhard K. Lang
    Glaucoma / Gerhard K. Lang
    Vitreous body / Christoph W. Spraul and Gerhard K. Lang
    Retina / Gabriele E. Lang and Gerhard K. Lang
    Optic nerve / Oskar Gareis and Gerhard K. Lang
    Visual pathway / Oskar Gareis and Gerhard K. Lang
    Orbital cavity / Christoph W. Spraul and Gerhard K. Lang
    Optics and refractive errors / Christoph W. Spraul and Gerhard K. Lang
    Ocular motility and strabismus / Joachim Esser, Doris Recker, and Gerhard K. Lang
    Ocular trauma / Gerhard K. Lang
    Cardinal symptoms / Stefan Lang, Gerhard K. Lang.
    Digital Access
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    Thieme MedOne Education
    Thieme MedOne Ophthalmology
  • lead editors, Myron Yanoff, Jay S. Duker ; section editors, James J. Augsburger and [11 others].
    Contents:
    Genetics
    Optics and refraction
    Refractive surgery
    Cornea and ocular surface diseases
    The lens
    Retina and vitreous
    Uveitis and other intraocular inflammations
    Intraocular tumors
    Neuro-ophthalmology
    Glaucoma
    Pediatric and adult strabismus
    Orbit and oculoplastics.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • Marco Kesting.
    Summary: "Preface-- Operative treatment for oral cancer is one of the most challenging fields in whole surgery. The perioral region is the only area of the body containing all types of tissue: muscle, bone, cartilage, skin and mucosa. Because of this unique anatomy, ablative tumor surgery and reconstructive surgery remain very complex. On the one hand, the surgeon has to possess elaborate skills in handling the soft tissue, dealing with microvascular techniques and managing bone treatment including osteosynthesis. On the other hand, he has to prepare defined strategies to anticipate any upcoming surgical problem. As there is an overwhelming repertoire of ablative and reconstructive procedures, it is hard for students, residents and young surgeons to find the right way to "survive in the operative jungle." This book concentrates on key procedures that offer young surgeons the possibility to solve almost any case of oral cancer. Basic principles are didactically edited in series of pictures and/or diagrams. Traditional approaches are combined with innovative techniques. Anatomical introductions connect previous knowledge with the surgical procedures. Additionally, historic landmarks and recommendations regarding to the techniques are given in an informational, sometimes anecdotic style. The compact and concise character of the book should enable the resident to study, prepare and recapitulate all issues regarding oral cancer surgery in a short time. Marco Kesting 2014 "--Provided by publisher.
  • Sook-Bin Woo, MMSc, Associate Professor, Department of Oral Medicine, Infection and Immunity, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, Consultant Pathologist, Department of Pathology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, Co-Director, Center for Oral Pathology, StrataDX, Lexington, Massachusetts.
    Contents:
    Developmental and congenital conditions
    Noninfectious papillary lesions
    Bacterial, viral, fungal, and other infectious conditions
    Fibrous, gingival, lipocytic, and miscellaneous tumors
    Vascular, neural, muscle, and myofibroblastic tumors
    Ulcerative and inflammatory conditions
    Granulomatous, immune-mediated, and autoimmune conditions
    Pigmented lesions
    Reactive keratotic lesions (nonleukoplakias)
    Leukoplakia, erythroplakia, oral dysplasia, and squamous cell
    Carcinoma
    Inflammatory salivary gland disorders
    Salivary gland neoplasms
    Odontogenic cysts
    Odontogenic tumors
    Nonodontogenic cysts, cystlike lesions, and miscellaneous entities
    Nonodontogenic intraosseous cysts and tumors
    Hematolymphoid tumors of the oral cavity / Olga K. Weinberg and Elizabeth A. Morgan.
    Digital Access
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    ScienceDirect
    ClinicalKey
  • Jeffrey C. Posnick.
    Summary: Capturing the latest thinking for the evaluation and treatment of dentofacial deformities, Orthognathic Surgery: Principles and Practice, covers the basic principles and concepts of dentofacial deformities along with planning, surgical techniques, surgical complications, classic patterns, and clinical presentations. Over 5,000 clinical photos and detailed art make this a valuable reference for clinical orthodontists, craniofacial surgeons, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and residents in training. The latest in surgical protocols for OMS and Orthodontics puts you at the forefront of the orthognathic surgery field.Logically organized material aids you prior to developing treatment plans or in surgery.Over 5,000 new photos and illustrations boost your understanding of key teaching points and surgical techniques. Over 40 videos from Dr. Posnick's archive available on the companion website.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2014
  • [editors] Mark D. Miller [and 5 others].
    Contents:
    Approach to the Surgical Patient
    Shoulder and Arm
    Elbow and Forearm
    Wrist and Hand
    Spine
    Hip and Pelvis
    Knee and Lower Leg
    Foot and Ankle.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2015
  • [edited by] Emil H. Schemitsch, Michael D. McKee.
    Contents:
    Part I: Shoulder. Rotator cuff. Acromioplasty
    Rotator cuff repair: open technique for partial-thickness or small or medium full-thickness tears
    Rotator cuff repair: arthroscopic technique for partial-thickness or small or medium full-thickness tears
    Open repair of rotator cuff tears
    Arthroscopic repair of massive rotator cuff tears
    Operative fixation of symptomatic os acromiale
    Arthritic shoulder. Humeral head resurfacing arthroplasty,
    Humeral hemiarthroplasty with biologic glenoid resurfacing
    Total shoulder arthroplasty
    Rotator cuff tear arthroplasty: open surgical treatment
    Open unconstrained revision shoulder arthroplasty
    Instability. Closed treatment of shoulder dislocations
    Arthroscopic treatment of traumatic anterior instability of the shoulder
    Open treatment of anterior-inferior multidirectional instability of the shoulder
    Arthroscopic treatment of anterior-inferior multidirectional instability of the shoulder
    Anterior glenohumeral instability associated with glenoid or humeral bone deficiency: the latarjet procedure
    Open treatment of posterior-inferior shoulder instability
    Arthroscopic treatment of posterior-inferior multidirectional instability of the shoulder
    Open Bankart procedure for recurrent anterior shoulder dislocation
    Biceps tendon. Mini-open biceps tenodesis
    Arthroscopic biceps tenodesis
    SLAP lesion: arthroscopic reconstruction of the labrum and biceps anchor
    Treatment of the unstable shoulder with humeral head bone loss
    Clavicle. Open distal clavicle excision
    Arthroscopic distal clavicle resection
    Open treatment of acute and chronic acromioclavicular dislocations
    Sternoclavicular joint reconstruction using semitendinosus graft
    Trauma. Open reduction and internal fixation of acute midshaft clavicular fractures
    Intramedullary fixation of clavicle fractures
    Operative treatment of two-part proximal humerus fractures
    Open reduction and internal fixation of three- and four-part proximal humerus fractures
    Percutaneous fixation of proximal humerus fractures
    Proximal humerus fractures: hemiarthroplasty
    Operative management of scapular fractures
    Miscellaneous. Surgical approaches to the shoulder
    Arthrodesis of the shoulder
    Open and arthroscopic suprascapular nerve decompression
    Scapular surgery
    Adhesive capsulitis
    Arthroscopic treatment of calcific tendinitis in the shoulder
    Nerve transfers for shoulder and elbow restoration after upper trunk brachial plexus injuries
    Thoracic outlet syndrome
    Suprascapular nerve neuropathy
    Part II: Elbow. Introduction. Surgical approaches for open treatment of the elbow
    Elbow arthroscopy. Arthroscopy of the elbow: setup and portals
    Elbow arthritis and stiffness: open treatment
    Elbow arthritis and stiffness: arthroscopic treatment
    Arthroplasty. Radial head fractures: radial head replacement
    Total elbow arthroplasty
    Total elbow arthroplasty for the treatment of complex distal humerus fractures
    Radiocapitellar replacement
    Revision total elbow arthroplasty
    Soft tissue pathology. Medial epicondylitis: open treatment
    Lateral epicondylitis: arthroscopic and open treatment
    Repair of distal biceps tendon ruptures
    Repair and reconstruction of the ruptured triceps
    Nerves. Endoscopic cubital tunnel release
    Submuscular ulnar nerve transposition
    Surgical decompression for radial tunnel syndrome
    Trauma. Distal humerus fractures, including isolated distal lateral column and capitellar fractures
    Radial head fractures: open reduction and internal fixation
    Open treatment of complex traumatic elbow instability
    Surgical reconstruction of longitudinal radioulnar dissociation (Essex-Lopresti injury)
    Ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction using the modified Jobe technique
    Lateral ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction
    Miscellaneous. Soft tissue coverage
    Operative management of olecranon bursitis
    Elbow arthroscopic débridement for osteochondritis dissecans.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
  • Harzem Özger, Franklin H. Sim, Ajay Puri, Levent Eralp, editors.
    Summary: This atlas presents a collection of richly illustrated teaching cases. It covers the fundamentals of orthopedic oncology complemented with relevant aspects that are demonstrated using individual cases. In a specialty that deals with a relatively smaller number of cases compared to tumors of other systems, this atlas prepares readers for clinical practice by combining a problem-based learning (PBL) approach, which lies on the continuum between structured and guided learning, with theory and practical insights. The book is divided into sections, arranged according to anatomical regions and the reconstruction type. Each section focuses on a specific anatomical region, and each case presentation includes the basic clinical history, basic principles, preoperative, perioperative and radiographic images, a pitfall list, treatment strategy, technical pearls, outcomes and complications. For each region the authors discuss both the biological and non-biological reconstruction techniques. The book is designed to actively involve the reader, making it an invaluable tool for all orthopedic surgeons confronted with oncologic surgery. The book is intended for trainees in orthopedics, orthopedic oncology fellows as well as practicing consultants.

    Contents:
    Part 1: Philosophy of limb salvage surgery.-1. When and why biological/ implant reconstruction?
    Part 2: Mobile Spine
    2. Biological reconstruction using frozen autograft in total en bloc spondylectomy for spinal tumors.-3. Implant Reconstruction of the Mobile Spine
    Part 3: Sacrum
    4. Biological Sacral Reconstruction
    5. Total Sacrectomy without Spinopelvic Reconstruction
    6. Implant Reconstruction of the Sacrum: modular sacrum prosthesis
    Part 4: Pelvis.-7. Biological Reconstruction of the Pelvis I: liquid nitrogen treated autograft & onlaid free vascular fibula
    8. Biological Reconstruction of the Pelvis - II: femoral head plus total hip replacement
    9. Implant Reconstruction of the Pelvis - I: modular hemipelvic prosthesis
    10. Implant Reconstruction of the Pelvis II: modular pedestal cup prosthesis.-11. Implant Reconstruction of the Pelvis III: high acetabular placement & prosthetic femoral extension.-12. Implant Reconstruction of the Pelvis - IV: 3D-printed custom-made prosthesis
    Part 5: Proximal femur.-13. Biological Reconstruction of the Proximal Femur With extracorporeally irradiated autograft.-14. Implant Reconstruction of the Proximal Femur: Modular Prosthesis.-15. Prosthetic reconstruction for soft tissue sarcomas with bone involvement
    Part 6: Femoral diaphysis.-16. Biological Reconstruction of the Femoral Diaphysis: Van Nes rotationplasty.-17. Implant Reconstruction of the Femoral Diaphysis - I: intercalary femur prosthesis.-18. Implant Reconstruction of the Femoral Diaphysis - II: short-segment dynamic-compression stem.-19. Implant Reconstruction of the Femoral Diaphysis - III: percutaneous ossoeintegrated prosthesis
    Part 7: Distal femur.-20. Biological Reconstruction of the Distal Femur - I: massive allograft & inlaid free vascular fibula
    21. Biological Reconstruction of the Distal Femur - II: resurfacing allograft-prosthesis composite.-2 2. Biological Reconstruction of the Distal Femur III: liquid nitrogen treated autograft & inlaid free vascular fibula (the "frozen hotdog")
    23. Implant Reconstruction of the Distal Femur - I: modular prosthesis
    24. Implant Reconstruction of the Distal Femur - II: joint-preserving resection & reconstruction with image-guided computer navigation
    25. Implant Reconstruction of the Distal Femur - III: expandable prosthesis.-26. Implant Reconstruction of the Distal Femur - IV: prosthesis revision
    Part 8: Proximal tibia
    27. Biological Reconstruction of the Proximal Shaft of Tibia - I: Pedicle frozen autograft
    28. Biological Reconstruction of the Proximal Tibia II: Distraction-Epiphysiolysis before resection of the tumor
    29. Implant Reconstruction of the Proximal Tibia: modular prosthesis rotational gastrocnemius flap.-Part 9: Tibial diaphysis and ankle
    30. Biological Reconstruction of the Tibial Diaphysis & Ankle - I: Ilizarov technique
    31. Biological Reconstruction of the Tibial Diaphysis & Ankle - II: fibular centralization technique.-32. Biological Reconstruction of the Tibial Diaphysis & Ankle - III: arthrodesis with massive allograft.-33. Implant Reconstruction of the Tibial Diaphysis & Ankle: 3D-printed custom-made prosthesis
    Part 10: Foot
    34. Biological Reconstruction of the Foot free vascular iliac flap
    35. Implant Reconstruction of the Foot 3D-printed custom-made prosthesis
    Part 11: Shoulder girdle
    36. Biological Reconstruction of the Shoulder Girdle - scapular massive allograft
    37. Implant Reconstruction of the Shoulder Girdle: scapular prosthesis.-Part 12: Proximal humerus
    38. Proximal Humerus, Biological Reconstruction
    39. Claviculo-Pro-Humero reconstruction following proximal humeral resection for sarcoma
    40. Biological Reconstruction of the Proximal Humerus - III massive allograft & inlaid free vascular fibula with epiphyseal transfer
    41. Implant Reconstruction of the Proximal Humerus
    42. Implant Reconstruction of the Proximal Humerus - II: reverse prosthesis
    Part 13: Humeral diaphysis
    43. Biological Reconstruction of the Humeral Diaphysis: irradiated autograft
    44. Implant Reconstruction of the Humeral Diaphysis: total humerus prosthesis
    Part 14: Distal humerus & elbow
    45. Implant Reconstruction of the Distal Humerus & Elbow - modular prosthesis
    Part 15: Forearm, wrist & hand
    46. Biological Reconstruction of the Forearm, Wrist & Hand - I: free vascular fibula
    47. Biological Reconstruction of the Forearm, Wrist & Hand - II: transposition of the distal ulna
    48. Implant Reconstruction of the forearm, wrist, and hand Distal Radius Endoprosthesis
    Part 16: Complications of orthopedic oncologic reconstructions
    49. Biological
    50. Implant.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
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A web-based, decision support system for infectious diseases, epidemiology, microbiology and antimicrobial chemotherapy. The database, updated weekly, currently includes 337 diseases, 224 countries, 1,147 microbial taxa and 306 antibacterial (-fungal, -parasitic, -viral) agents and vaccines.

Over 10,000 notes outline the status of specific infections within each country.

David Lee Bassett MD (1913-1966), a professor in the Department of Anatomy at Stanford University School of Medicine, pioneered innovations in dissection to create this comprehensive set of three-dimensional human anatomy photographs. An interactive atlas of human anatomy; over 40 modules covering the full body. 68,600 images and videos, 400+ step-by-step illustrated procedures, simultaneous search across Thieme's journals, e-books, and PubMed.

Limited to 19 simultaneous users.
Designed to teach or review human anatomy; turn labels on/off, some quizzing. 6th edition of An Atlas of illustrations and radiologic images provides views and perspectives that elucidate complex anatomic relationships.

Incorporates muscle tables as quick look-up appendices.
Database of must-know cases covering every radiology subspecialty; clearly annotated images to identify key findings at-a-glance. Select “Images” tab; search over 2 million images covering these subject areas: Biochemistry, Dentistry, Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology, Medicine, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Nursing & Health Professions, Veterinary Science & Medicine A presentation tool with thousands of stunning illustrations and clinical images from Gilroy et al.'s Atlas of Anatomy, 2nd Edition, and other Thieme titles. Archive of medical images of cancer for free public download. Images are organized as “Collections”, e.g., disease (lung cancer, etc.), image modality (MRI, CT, etc.) or research focus. DICOM file format.