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Clinical Guide to Sonography

Author : Charlotte Henningsen
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"I really like the design and clinical focus of this book and believe that it will stimulate critical thinking among its transatlantic target audience" (Hazel Edwards, Senior Sonographer, Lister Hospital, Stevenage) Organized by clinical problem rather than by body system, Clinical Guide to Sonography enables you to quickly find information related to the symptom being reported by the patient. This unique format covers various pathologies that may be related to a patient's symptoms, and features illustrations and sonograms that demonstrate each pathology. The book is divided into five major sections: abdomen, obstetrics, gynecology, superficial structures, and a miscellaneous section to include pediatric and vascular clinical indications. Each chapter within those sections focuses on a clinical indication, and incorporates background information, a clinical scenario, discussions of pathologies and differential diagnoses, illustrations, sonograms, patient scenarios with multiple choice and case-based questions to ensure you have a solid understanding of the material. Symptom-based presentation makes it easy for beginning and experienced sonographers to quickly find information related to the patient's symptom. Summary tables of differential diagnoses and sonographic findings provide you with a brief overview of all chapter material for quick reference. Clinical scenarios at the beginning of each chapter help you learn to apply information to the clinical setting. Case studies and discussion questions give you the opportunity to enhance your critical-thinking skills and measure your comprehension of material. Over 900 ultrasound images correlated to the pathology illustrate what you'll encounter in the clinical setting. Glossary helps you define important terminology. New chapters provide you with more complete coverage of the pathology sonographers encounter in practice. New case studies with critical-thinking questions set up realistic situations for you to use as a frame of reference. 600 updated images produced by the latest technology keep you on the cutting-edge of sonography. Instructor access to multiple-choice and image based test questions

Clinical Guide to Ultrasonography Pageburst E Book on Vitalsource Retail Access Card

Author : Charlotte Henningsen
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This is a Pageburst digital textbook; Presenting ultrasound pathology from a clinical perspective, this unique resource discusses various pathologies that may be related to a patient's symptoms and features illustrations with ultrasound scans that demonstrate each pathology. Organized into four major sections - abdomen, obstetrics, gynecology, and superficial structures - each symptom is presented in its own chapter along with key terms, an introductory paragraph, a clinical scenario, discussions of pathologies, illustrations, and patient scenarios. Instructor resources are available; please contact your Elsevier sales representative for details. Content is organized by clinical presentation, rather than body system, so readers can quickly find information related to a patient's symptoms and pathology. Pathologies, symptoms, and sonographic findings are provided in summary tables for quick reference in the clinical setting. Clinical scenarios present realistic situations to encourage critical thinking skills, heighten reader interest, and facilitate the application of text content to the clinical setting. Case studies - most with accompanying images - appear at the end of each chapter to offer the reader the opportunity to assess comprehension and to apply knowledge to realistic situations. Objectives, key terms with definitions, and study questions are provided in each chapter to help readers focus their attention on important concepts. More than 900 ultrasound scans assist readers in learning pathology and provide a practical resource for use in the clinical setting. Comprehensive coverage of pathology provides readers with extensive information on the subject.

Fracture Sonography

Author : Ole Ackermann
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Filling a gap in the literature, this is the first book to comprehensively present fracture sonography as a diagnostic tool that can complement and in some cases even replace conventional radiological imaging. Guiding readers step by step through a patient examination, it is an invaluable guide to implementing this technique in clinical practice. It also presents algorithms, tips, tricks and pitfalls shared by experienced authors, making it a useful reference resource for all those practicing in the field. This book is of interest to a wide readership, including orthopedic, pediatric and trauma surgeons, emergency physicians, pediatric radiologists and general practitioners.

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Author : Charlotte Henningsen
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Clinical Sonography

Author : Roger C. Sanders
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Considered by many to be the most relied-upon, practical text of its kind, Clinical Sonography: A Practical Guide is appreciated for its clear, concise writing, consistent format, and problem-based organization. This text cuts through complicated material to deliver the clearest and most comprehensive guide to sonography, leading students from the basics of imaging and positioning to more advanced clinical tips on instrumentation and report making. The Fourth Edition includes over 800 new black-and-white images and 48 full-color images. New chapters cover ankle problems, malpractice, laboratory accreditation, and ergonomics. Chapters on artifacts, interventional techniques, and shoulder sonography have been extensively revised.

Current Catalog

Author : National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.

National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

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National Library of Medicine Audiovisuals Catalog

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Surgical Oncology Clinics An Issue of Surgical Oncology Clinics of North America Ebook

Author : T. Clark Gamblin
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This issue of Surgical Oncology Clinics of North America focuses on Biliary Tract and Primary Liver Tumors and is edited by Dr. T. Clark Gamblin. Articles will include: Biliary Tract and Primary Liver Tumors; Biliary Tract and Primary Liver Tumors: Who, What and Why?; Imaging Updates for Biliary Tract or Primary Liver Tumors; Endoscopic and Percutaneous Approaches to Treat of Biliary Tract and Primary Liver Tumors: Controversies and Advances; Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma: Strategies and Options; Surgical Considerations of Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma; Gall Bladder Cancer: Managing the Incidental Diagnosis; Approaches and Outcomes to Distal Cholangiocarcinoma; Evolving Surgical Options of Hepatocellular Carcinoma; Staging of Biliary and Primary Liver Tumors: Current Reccomendations and Workup; Systemic and Targeted Therapy for Biliary Tract Tumors and Primary Liver Tumors; Regional Chemotherapy for Biliary Tract and Primary Liver Cancer; Role of Radioembolization for Biliary Tract and Primary Liver Cancer; Inoperable Biliary Tract and Primary Liver Tumors: Palliative Treatment Options; Expanding the Surgical Pool for Hepatic Resection to Treat Biliary and Primary Liver Tumors; and more!

Applications of Sonography in Head and Neck Pathology

Author : J.N. Bruneton
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Throughout the world, sonography is often the first and sometimes the only imaging modality to be used after clinical examination. This is particularly true for the cervical region. This book reviews the sonographic features of the cervical structures, including the thyroid, parathyroids, salivary glands, lymph nodes, larynx and hypopharynx, and blood vessels. Detailed morphological descriptions of numerous pathological processes are provided, followed by thorough discussion of differential diagnostic problems. The role of all of the new technical modalities, including high-definition gray scale, enhanced color Doppler, and ultrasound contrast agents, is fully considered. The closing chapter is devoted to the use of cervical sonography in pediatrics.

Illustrated Orthopedic Physical Assessment E Book

Author : Ronald C. Evans
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Logically organized with comprehensive coverage, this newly revised third edition prepares you to choose the right orthopedic tests, accurately assess any patient, and arrive at a clear diagnosis. Trusted for both its depth of coverage and its accessible, accurate information, it features gamuts, clinical pearls, and cross-reference tables for quick and easy reference. Now in brilliant full color, with all new photos of every test, it’s even more visually appealing, and illustrates common conditions and procedural tests more effectively than ever before. This edition offers a fresh look at testing for orthopedic conditions, with detailed text that explains the key moves of each test, its alternate names, and the appropriate reporting statement. Extensive cross-referencing ensures that you can easily find the right test for efficient and effective practice, and protocol charts guide you through the examination process step by step. Chapters are logically organized by region, and tests within each chapter are arranged alphabetically, so you can find the information you need in seconds! Each test begins with a brief discussion of basic anatomy, then moves into a description of the actual procedure and ends with next-step directives. Critical Thinking questions at the end of each chapter help you apply what you’ve learned to clinical practice. Orthopedic Gamuts provide summaries of key points in a concise list – numerous gamuts within each chapter help you master material quickly and easily. Clinical Pearls share the author’s knowledge gained through years of clinical experience, helping you avoid common misdiagnoses. Cross-reference tables offer at-a-glance guidance on which tests should be used to diagnose particular diseases, for maximum accuracy and efficiency in practice. Each chapter begins with an index of tests for easy reference, and axioms that remind you of elemental information, such as how painful certain maneuvers may be or the extent of some body parts’ range. Contains a chapter on malingering (non-organically-based complaints), helping you investigate and determine the root cause of complaint, whether due to injury, for psychological reasons, or an attempt to feign injury for various purposes, such as for improper receipt of worker’s compensation. Companion DVD contains video footage of Dr. Evans performing and explaining each assessment test in the book. Full-color photographs demonstrate how to perform 237 orthopedic tests! At the Viewbox feature contains high-quality radiographs that depict various pathologies, as well as musculature and other anatomy that can’t be shown photographically.

Contemporary Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction

Author : Kevin T. McVary
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Erectile dysfunction can affect all age groups. Numerous physical and emotional risk factors may contribute to the problem. These risk factors can range from chronic diseases and medications to psychological factors. In the U.S. alone, it has been estimated that 18 to 30 million men suffer from erectile dysfunction. This number has increased significantly as awareness of the disorder has heightened. Researchers and health care professionals now have a better understanding of what causes erectile dysfunction and the effective medications and non-medication treatments used to treat the condition. Comprehensive and state-of-the-art, Contemporary Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction: A Clinical Guide synthesizes the literature and covers all aspects of treating erectile dysfunction and other related male sexual dysfunctions. This invaluable title offers all physicians, residents, and fellows -- and even medical students and other health professionals such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants – an essential reference for enhancing diagnosis and treatment of this debilitating disorder.

Gynecologic Oncology Handbook

Author : Michelle Benoit, MD
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Gynecologic Oncology Handbook provides a comprehensive yet concise, practical guide for fellows, residents, specialist trainees, and clinicians in the diagnosis and management of gynecologic cancers. The book addresses the fundamentals of gynecologic oncology, including staging, surgical therapies, comorbidity diagnosis and management, adjuvant therapies including chemotherapy and radiation, and survival and palliative care. With a focus on specific management decision-making, the book provides the basic information needed to guide the clinician on the ward or in the clinic, including clinical study references, medical comorbidity algorithms, and directed gynecologic cancer workups and treatments. In a bullet point format, the book provides the resources you need to meet the demands of clinical management in gynecologic cancer care. Gynecologic Oncology Handbook features: Covers all fundamentals of gynecologic oncology including, staging, surgical therapies, comorbidity diagnosis and management, adjuvant therapies, and background study data Examines survivor care and palliative care practices Includes clinical study references, medical comorbidity algorithms, and directed workups and treatments Written in bullet-point format for quick reference

Textbook of Diagnostic Sonography E Book

Author : Sandra L. Hagen-Ansert
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Updated to reflect the newest curriculum standards, Textbook of Diagnostic Sonography, 8th Edition provides you with the pertinent information needed for passing the boards. This highly respected text enhances your understanding of general/abdominal and obstetric/gynecologic sonography, the two primary divisions of sonography, as well as vascular sonography and echocardiography. Each chapter covers patient history; normal anatomy, including cross-sectional anatomy; sonography techniques; pathology; and related laboratory findings. And more than 3,100 images and anatomy drawings guide you in recognizing normal anatomy and abnormal pathology. Full-color presentation, including color scans of gross pathology photos, where appropriate, enhances your learning expe1rience and the teaching value of the text. Pathology tables give you quick access to clinical findings, laboratory findings, sonography findings, and differential considerations. Pedagogy, including chapter objectives and outlines, alerts you to the important information you will learn in each chapter. Evolve site includes PowerPoint slides, an image bank, review questions and a workbook answer key for students, and a test bank for faculty to aid in the reinforcement and teaching of sonography skills. Sonography Findings, highlighted with icon and special type, call attention to key clinical information. NEW! Full coverage of general/abdominal, transplantation, superficial structures, pediatrics, fetal heart, and obstetric/gynecologic sonography, along with several new chapters on vascular sonography, hemodynamics, and introduction to echocardiography, provides you with the information needed to pass the boards and succeed in clinicals. UPDATED! Content reflects the newest curriculum standards so you have the information you need to pass the boards. NEW! Updated images depict the latest advances in the field of sonography and help you prepare for the boards and clinicals. NEW! Key words in chapter openers focus your attention on the terms that you are required to know and understand. NEW! Bulleted summary lists at the end of each chapter reinforce important concepts. NEW! A condensed bibliography at the end of the book lists essential references and guides you in the direction to obtain more information in a given area.

A Clinician s Guide to Sperm DNA and Chromatin Damage

Author : Armand Zini
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This comprehensive, up-to-date text, which brings together the key practical elements of the rapidly evolving field of sperm DNA and chromatin abnormalities, is divided thematically into five main sections. Part I discusses human sperm chromatin structure and nuclear architecture, while part II presents laboratory evaluation of sperm DNA damage, including SCSA, SCD, TUNEL and Comet assays, and cytochemical tests. Biological and clinical factors in the etiology of sperm DNA damage are discussed in part III, including oxidative stress, abortive apoptosis, cancer, and environmental and lifestyle factors. Part IV presents clinical studies on the utility of sperm DNA damage tests, both with natural and ART-assisted pregnancies, and debates the clinical utility of such tests. Finally, part V discusses current treatment options, such as antioxidant therapy, varicocelectomy, advanced sperm processing techniques and the use of testicular sperm. We are now beginning to better understand the unique organization of the sperm chromatin, as well as the nature and etiology of sperm DNA damage. Written and edited by worldwide experts in andrology, A Clinician's Guide to Sperm DNA and Chromatin Damage is an excellent resource for reproductive medicine and REI specialists, urologists, reproductive biologists and any professional working with the infertile male.

Clinical Guide to Cardiology

Author : Christian Fielder Camm
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Clinical Guide to Cardiology is a quick-reference resource, packed full of bullet points, diagrams, tables and algorithms for the key concepts and facts for important presentations and conditions within cardiology. It provides practical, evidence-based information on interventions, investigations, and the management of clinical cardiology. Key features include: A clear evidence-base providing key guidelines and clinical trials in each chapter Coverage of examination techniques, common conditions, imaging modalities (including ECGs, chest X-rays, MRI and CT), interventional therapies, and pharmacology A companion website at www.wiley.com/go/camm/cardiology featuring audio clips, developed for differing levels of knowledge, that explain key concepts or an area in greater detail, as well as numerous additional clinical case studies, audio scripts, and self-assessment material

Liver Disorders

Author : Kia Saeian
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This book is a comprehensive and easy-to-access guide not only in the diagnosis of the various types of liver disease but in the management of specific disorders, including the particular nuances of the care of the patient with liver disease. It provides a resource to the practitioner caring for patients with liver disease for addressing everyday questions posed by patients and their families, as well as referring physicians, in a manner that can easily be conveyed. The spectrum covered includes appropriate testing and disease monitoring of patients, use of medications, supplements, alternative therapies and alcohol, operative risk assessment, implementation of health maintenance for patients with chronic liver disease and cirrhosis, identification and management of particular complications of cirrhosis, and appropriate referral for liver transplantation, as well as management of special populations. Written by experts in the field, Liver Disorders: A Point of Care Clinical Guide is a valuable resource for clinicians who treat patients with a variety of liver disorders.

Dry Mouth The Malevolent Symptom

Author : Leo M. Sreebny
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Xerostomia, more commonly called dry mouth, affects an estimated 20% of adults worldwide and can severely diminish one's quality of life. Dry Dry Mouth, the Malevolent Symptom: A Clinical Guide relies on evidence-based research to provide an introductory primer on oral dryness and the modalities available to treat it. The book describes the varied aetiology of the disease, but emphasizes clinical protocols and step-by-step procedures for diagnosis and treatment planning. Dry Mouth is a user-friendly manual guiding clinicians through identifying and managing this common condition. Causes including radiotherapy, chemotherapy, systemic diseases, polypharmacy, and the natural progression of aging are discussed in conjunction with the clinical symptoms and signs associated with each one. Multiple avenues for treatment are presented, highlighting salivary stimulation and supplementation techniques, pharmacologic aids, and critically required oral therapy. Although intended primarily for the professions that treat those affected by xerostomia, Dry Mouth may also be of interest to sufferers of this condition.

From Thoracic Surgery to Interventional Pulmonology

Author : J. Francis Turner, Jr.
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This book provides an unbiased and evidence-based guide to the potential role of interventional pulmonology as an alternative to thoracic surgery. Interventional pulmonology is a new and quickly growing sub-specialty in pulmonary medicine and increasingly more pulmonologists are turning to interventional therapies over the more costly and invasive surgical options. The text thoroughly presents detailed coverage of and diagnostic methods for many diseases and conditions that pulmonologists encounter daily, including: diffuse lung infiltrates, solitary lung nodule, undiagnosed exudative pleural effusion, pneumothorax, hemoptysis, and airway foreign body. Experts then detail treatment options, from both a surgical and interventional perspective, with guidance on: when each procedure is most appropriate, what can be performed by a pulmonologist (with guidelines on how those procedures are done) versus what needs to be referred to a thoracic surgeon or an intervention pulmonologist, and the benefits and disadvantages involved with each option. This is an ideal guide for pulmonologists, trainees, and students to better understand the full scope of possible treatment options for their patients and to make the best informed decision about patient care.

Clinical Guide to Gastroenterology

Author : Yang Chen
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Clinical Guide to Gastroenterology is an accessible, quick-reference resource that provides practical, evidence-based information on investigations, interventions and management of clinical gastroenterological scenarios. It is packed full with bullet points, diagrams, tables, and algorithms of the important presentations and conditions within Clinical Gastroenterology. Divided into sections, the book offers in-depth coverage of presenting complaints in Gastroenterology, common conditions broken down by organ system, important investigations and procedures, and pharmacology. Detail is given to the sequence of clinical examination, investigations and management required to diagnose and treat a wide range of gastroenterological disorders. Provides information on symptoms, disorders and issues found in the clinical environment Guides readers in decision-making, appropriate investigation, and conducting interventions Includes important guidelines and clinical trials within each chapter Supplemented by a companion website featuring a wealth of additional material, including more than 70 audio clips, over 50 clinical case studies, and almost 350 self-assessment questions, as well as key clinical trials and guidelines Clinical Guide to Gastroenterology is a must-have text for junior doctors and medical students as well as doctors, nurses and trainees working within Emergency Departments, Medical, or Surgical Assessment Units.