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    Description:

    Susan Standring, MBE, PhD, DSc, FKC, Hon FAS, Hon FRCS

    Trust Gray’s. Building on over 160 years of anatomical excellence

    In 1858, Drs Henry Gray and Henry Vandyke Carter created a book for their surgical colleagues that established an enduring standard among anatomical texts. After more than 160 years of continuous publication, Gray’s Anatomy remains the definitive, comprehensive reference on the subject, offering ready access to the information you need to ensure safe, effective practice.

    This 42nd edition has been meticulously revised and updated throughout, reflecting the very latest understanding of clinical anatomy from the world’s leading clinicians and biomedical scientists. The book’s acclaimed, lavish art programme and clear text has been further enhanced, while major advances in imaging techniques and the new insights they bring are fully captured in state of the art X-ray, CT, MR and ultrasonic images.

    The accompanying eBook version is richly enhanced with additional content and media, covering all the body regions, cell biology, development and embryogenesis - and now includes two new systems-orientated chapters. This combines to unlock a whole new level of related information and interactivity, in keeping with the spirit of innovation that has characterised Gray’s Anatomy since its inception.

    • Each chapter has been edited by international leaders in their field, ensuring access to the very latest evidence-based information on topics
    • Over 150 new radiology images, offering the very latest X-ray, multiplanar CT and MR perspectives, including state-of-the-art cinematic rendering
    • The downloadable Expert Consult eBook version included with your (print) purchase allows you to easily search all of the text, figures, references and videos from the book on a variety of devices
    • Electronic enhancements include additional text, tables, illustrations, labelled imaging and videos, as well as 21 specially commissioned ‘Commentaries’ on new and emerging topics related to anatomy
    • Now featuring two extensive electronic chapters providing full coverage of the peripheral nervous system and the vascular and lymphatic systems.

    The result is a more complete, practical and engaging resource than ever before, which will prove invaluable to all clinicians who require an accurate, in-depth knowledge of anatomy.

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    Description:

    Reinforce your understanding of Radiography Essentials for Limited Practice, 6th Edition! With chapters corresponding to the chapters in the textbook, this practical workbook helps you review and apply the concepts and procedures required for limited radiography practice. Exercises include fill-in-the-blank, multiple-choice, and matching questions, as well as labeling of anatomy diagrams and mock exams. Written by the textbook’s authors, this study tool includes an exam preparation guide to help you succeed on the ARRT Limited Scope of Practice in Radiography Exam and in a career as a Limited X-ray Machine Operator. This is the only workbook of its kind on the market!

    Features:

    • Anatomy and positioning labeling along with terminology exercises provide a thorough review of standard and accepted radiographic terminology.
    • Section II provides content review with guidelines for exam prep, the ARRT content specifications for the Examination for the Limited Scope of Practice in Radiography, and a mock exam.
    • Section I offers learning activities and practice for all limited radiography topics and concepts.
    • Section III provides a preparation guide for the ARRT Bone Densitometry Equipment Operators Exam and includes study guidelines, ARRT content specifications, and a mock exam.
    • Over 100 labeling exercises for anatomy and radiographic images help you learn anatomy and gain familiarity with how the body appears on radiographic images.
    • Wide variety of exercises includes fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, and matching, reinforcing your understanding of important topics including x-ray science and techniques, radiation safety, radiographic anatomy, pathology, patient care, ancillary clinical skills, and positioning of the upper and lower extremities, spine, chest, and head.

    New To This Edition:

     

    • NEW! Updated content in the workbook reflects current practice and corresponds to material in the textbook.
    • NEW! Complete answer key is included in the book for immediate remediation.

    Table Of Contents:

     

    SECTION I: Learning Activities
    1. Role of the Limited X-ray Machine Operator
    2. Introduction to Radiographic Equipment
    3. Basic Mathematics for Limited Operators
    4. Basic Physics for Radiography
    5. X-ray Production
    6. X-ray Circuit and Tube Heat Management
    7. Principles of Exposure and Image Quality
    8. Digital Imaging
    9. Scatter Radiation and Its Control
    10. Formulating X-ray Techniques
    11. Radiobiology and Radiation Safety
    12. Introduction to Anatomy, Positioning, and Pathology
    13. Upper Limb and Shoulder Girdle
    14. Lower Limb and Pelvis
    15. Spine
    16. Bony Thorax, Chest, and Abdomen
    17. Skull, Facial Bones, and Paranasal Sinuses
    18. Radiography of Pediatric and Geriatric Patients
    19. Image Evaluation
    20. Ethics, Legal Considerations, and Professionalism
    21. Safety and Infection Control
    22. Assessing Patients and Managing Acute Situations
    23. Medications and Their Administration
    24. Medical Laboratory Skills
    25. Additional Procedures for Assessment and Diagnosis
    26. Bone Densitometry


    SECTION II:
    Preparation Guide for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Examination for the Limited Scope of Practice in Radiography


    SECTION III:
    Preparation Guide for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Examination for Bone Densitometry Equipment Operators

       

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    Description:

    Echocardiography remains the most commonly used imaging technique to visualize the heart and great vessels, and this clinically oriented text by Drs. Scott D. Solomon, Justina C. Wu, and Linda D. Gillam helps you make the most of its diagnostic and prognostic potential for your patients. Part of the highly regarded Braunwald’s family of cardiology references, Essential Echocardiography expertly covers basic principles of anatomy and physiology, the appearance of normal variants across a wide range of cardiovascular diseases, and the hands-on approaches necessary to acquire and interpret optimal echocardiographic images in the clinical setting.

    Features:

    • Abundant illustrations provide a superb visual learning experience both in print and online. Images convey clear, classic examples that represent decades of experience over multiple institutions, as well as recent advances in the field.
    • More than 485 accompanying video clips mirror the images in the text, with easy-to-follow links from the figure citation to the video online.
    • Each section includes one or two clinical cases that illustrate key concepts.
    • Written by expert echocardiographers and sonographers who emphasize practical applications throughout the text, and superbly illustrated by physician-artist Dr. Bernard Bulwer.
    • Ideal for anyone currently using or learning to use echocardiography, including cardiologists, cardiology fellows, sonographers, anesthesiologists, critical care physicians, emergency physicians, radiologists, residents, and medical students.
    • Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.



    Table Of Contents:

    Solomon: Essential Echocardiography: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease

    Section 1: Principles of Ultrasound and Instrumentation

    1. Physical Principles of Ultrasound and Generation of Images

    2. M-Mode Imaging

    3. Principles of Contrast Echocardiography

    4. Principles of Transesophageal Echocardiography

    5. Principles of 3-Dimensional Ultrasound

    6. Principles and Practical Aspects of Strain Echocardiography

    7. Understanding Imaging Artifacts

    Section 2: The Echocardiographic Examination

    8. Principles of Transthoracic Imaging Acquisition: The Standard Adult Transthoracic Echocardiographic Examination

    9. The Transthoracic Examination, View By View

    10. Three-Dimensional Echocardiography: Image Acquisition

    11. Optimization of the Patient and Equipment

    12. Utilizing Contrast Echocardiography in Practice

    13. Echo On-Call: Echocardiographic Emergencies

    Section 3: Assessment of Cardiac Structure and Function

    14. Assessment of Left Ventricular Systolic Function

    15. Left Ventricular Diastolic Function

    16. Assessment of Right Ventricular Structure and Function

    17. Assessment of the Atria

    Section 4: Echocardiography for Diseases of the Myocardium

    18. Acute Myocardial Infarction

    19. Mechanical Complications of Myocardial Infarction

    20. Long-Term Consequences and Prognosis after Myocardial Infarction

    21. Echocardiography in Heart Failure

    22. Dilated Cardiomyopathies

    23. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    24. Restrictive and Infiltrative Cardiomyopathies

    25. Echocardiography in Assessment of Cardiac Synchrony

    26. Echocardiography in Assessment of Ventricular Assist Devices

    27. Stress Echocardiography and Echo in Cardiopulmonary Testing

    Section 5: Valvular Heart Disease

    28. Mitral Valve Disease

    29. Aortic Valve Disease

    30. Tricuspid and Pulmonic Valve Disease

    31. Prosthetic Valves

    32. Echocardiography in Percutaneous Valvular Intervention

    Section 6: Diseases of the Pericardium and Great Vessels

    33. Pericardial Disease

    34. Diseases of the Aorta

    Section 7: Diseases of the Pulmonary Artery and Veins

    35. Pulmonary Embolism

    36. Pulmonary Hypertension

    Section 8: Cardiac Masses

    37. Primary and Secondary Tumors

    38. Identification of Intracardiac Thrombus

    39. Other Cardiac Masses

    Section 9: Systemic Diseases Involving the Heart

    40. Echocardiography in Infective Endocarditis

    41. Other Systemic Diseases and the Heart

    42. Echocardiography in Malignant Disease

    Section 10: Congenital Heart Disease in the Adult

    43. Atrial Septal Defect

    44. Ventricular Septal Defect

    45. Other Common Congenital Defects in Adults

    Section 11: Miscellaneous Topics in Echocardiography

    46. Handheld Echocardiography

    47. Appropriate Use of Echocardiography

    48. Echocardiography in the Context of Other Cardiac Imaging Modalities

    49. Transesophageal Echocardiography for Cardiac Surgery

    Appendix A: Reference Tables

    Appendix B: Commonly Utilized Equations in Echocardiograph

       

     


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    Description:

     

    Everything you need to know about the cardiovascular system... at a Glance!

    The Cardiovascular System at a Glance is the essential reference guide to understanding all things circulatory. Concise, accessible, and highly illustrated, this latest edition presents an integrated overview of the subject, from the basics through to application. Featuring brand new content on stroke, examination and imaging, heart block and ECGs, and myopathies and channelopathies, The Cardiovascular System at a Glance goes one step further and offers new and updated clinical case studies and multiple-choice questions on a supplementary website.

    Integrates basic science and clinical topics

    Offers bite-size chapters that make topics easy to digest

    Includes coverage of anatomy and histology, blood and haemostasis, cellular physiology, form and function, regulation and integration of cardiovascular function, history, examination and investigations, pathology and therapeutics

    Filled with highly visual, colour illustrations that enhance the text and help reinforce learning

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1 Overview of the cardiovascular system

    Blood vessel functions

    Anatomy and histology

    2 Gross anatomy and histology of the heart

    Gross anatomy of the heart (Figure 2.1)

    Structure of the myocardium

    Coronary circulation (Figure 2.6)

    3 Vascular anatomy

    The systemic circulation

    The pulmonary circulation

    The splanchnic circulation

    The lymphatic system

    4 Vascular histology and smooth muscle cell ultrastructure

    Exchange vessel structure

    Smooth muscle cell ultrastructure

    Blood and body fluids

    5 Constituents of blood

    Plasma

    Blood cells

    6 Erythropoiesis, haemoglobin and anaemia

    Erythropoiesis

    Haemoglobin

    Anaemia

    7 Haemostasis

    Primary haemostasis (Figure 7.1)

    Formation of the blood clot (Figures 7.2, 7.3)

    Inhibitors of haemostasis and fibrinolysis

    Defects in haemostasis

    8 Thrombosis and anticoagulants

    Thrombosis

    Antiplatelet drugs (Figure 8.2)

    Anticoagulant drugs (Figure 8.3)

    Some laboratory investigations

    9 Blood groups and transfusions

    Blood groups

    The ABO system

    Rh groups

    Other blood groups

    Complications of blood transfusions

    Blood storage

    Cellular physiology

    10 Membrane potential, ion channels and pumps

    Resting membrane potential (Figure 10.1)

    Ion channels and gating (Figure 10.2)

    Ion pumps and exchangers (Figure 10.3)

    Ion pumps and membrane potential

    11 Electrophysiology of cardiac muscle and origin of the heartbeat

    Ventricular muscle action potential (Figure 11.1)

    Role of Na+–Ca2+ exchange

    Sinoatrial node

    Other regions of the heart (Figure 11.2)

    12 Cardiac muscle excitation–contraction coupling

    Initiation of contraction

    Generation of tension

    Relaxation mechanisms

    Regulation of contractility

    Influence of heart rate

    13 Electrical conduction system in the heart

    Electrical conduction in cardiac muscle (Figure 13.1)

    Conduction pathways in the heart (Figure 13.2)

    Abnormalities of impulse generation or conduction (see also Chapters 48–53)

    14 The electrocardiogram

    Recording the ECG

    General features of the ECG (Figure 14.2)

    Basic interpretation of the ECG (Figure 14.5)

    15 Vascular smooth muscle excitation–contraction coupling

    Regulation of contraction by Ca2+ and myosin phosphorylation (see shaded area in left cell of Figure 15.1)

    Vasoconstricting mechanisms

    Effects of IP3 and diacylglycerol

    Ca2+ influx mechanisms

    Ca2+ removal and vasodilator mechanisms (see right cell of Figure 15.1)

    Form and function

    16 Cardiac cycle

    Atrial systole (A)

    Ventricular systole

    Ejection

    Diastole – relaxation and refilling

    The pressure–volume loop

    Heart sounds and murmurs

    17 Control of cardiac output

    Filling pressure and Starling’s law of the heart

    Importance of Starling’s law

    The autonomic nervous system

    Venous return and vascular function curves

    18 Haemodynamics

    Relationships between pressure, resistance and flow

    Blood viscosity

    Laminar flow

    Wall tension

    19 Blood pressure and flow in the arteries and arterioles

    Factors controlling arterial blood pressure

    Blood pressure and flow in the arteries

    Arterioles and vascular resistance

    20 The microcirculation and lymphatic system and diapedesis

    Organization of the microcirculation

    Movement of solutes across the capillary wall

    The blood–brain barrier

    Diapedesis

    The lymphatic system

    21 Fluid filtration in the microcirculation

    Movement of water across the capillary wall

    Water filtration and absorption

    Pulmonary and systemic oedema

    22 The venous system

    Venous and arterial compliance

    The veins as capacitance vessels

    Effects of posture

    The skeletal muscle pump

    The respiratory pump

    Effect of cardiac contraction

    23 Local control of blood flow

    Autoregulation

    Metabolic and reactive hyperaemia

    Metabolic factors

    Other local mechanisms

    24 Regulation of the vasculature by the endothelium

    Nitric oxide

    Other endotheliumderived relaxing mechanisms

    Endotheliumderived constricting factors

    Endothelium in cardiovascular disease

    25 The pulmonary, skeletal muscle and fetal circulations

    The pulmonary circulation

    The skeletal muscle circulation

    The fetal circulation

    Circulatory changes at birth

    26 The coronary, cutaneous and cerebral circulations

    Coronary circulation

    Cutaneous circulation

    Cerebral circulation

    Integration and regulation

    27 Cardiovascular reflexes

    Intrinsic cardiovascular reflexes

    Central regulation of cardiovascular reflexes

    28 Autonomic control of the cardiovascular system

    The sympathetic system

    Effects on the heart

    Effects on the vasculature

    The parasympathetic system

    Effects on the heart

    Effects on the vasculature

    29 The control of blood volume

    Role of sodium and osmoregulation

    Control of Na+ and blood volume by the kidneys

    Antidiuretic hormone in volume regulation

    30 Cardiovascular effects of exercise

    Effects of exercise on plasma volume

    Regulation and coordination of the cardiovascular adaptation to exercise

    Systemic effects mediated by autonomic reflexes

    Effects of local metabolites on muscle and heart

    Effects of training

    31 Shock and haemorrhage

    Haemorrhagic shock

    Immediate compensation

    Medium and longterm mechanisms

    Complications and irreversible (refractory) shock

    Other types of hypovolaemic shock

    Lowresistance shock

    History, examination and investigations

    32 History and examination of the cardiovascular system

    History

    Examination

    33 Cardiac imaging

    Pathology and therapeutics

    34 Risk factors for cardiovascular disease

    Modifiable risk factors

    Fixed risk factors

    Risk scoring in clinical practice

    35 βblockers, angiotensinconverting enzyme inhibitors, angiotensin receptor blockers and Ca2+ channel blockers

    βadrenoceptor antagonists (βblockers)

    Angiotensinconverting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin 2 receptor blockers

    Ca2+ channel blockers

    36 Hyperlipidaemias

    Lipoproteins and lipid transport

    Hyperlipidaemias: types and treatments

    37 Atherosclerosis

    Pathogenesis of atherosclerosis

    Oxidized lowdensity lipoprotein, macrophages and atherogenesis

    Clinical consequences of advanced atherosclerosis

    38 Mechanisms of primary hypertension

    Vascular remodelling

    Secondary hypertension

    39 Treatment of hypertension

    Definition and implications of hypertension

    Diagnosis and general management of hypertension

    Drugs used to treat hypertension

    Renal effects of vasodilators

    40 Stable, microvascular, and vasospastic angina

    Stable angina (Figure 40.2)

    Microvascular angina (Figure 40.3)

    Vasospastic angina (Figure 40.4)

    41 Pharmacological management of stable, microvascular and vasospastic angina

    Antianginal agents

    βAdrenergic receptor blockers (see also Chapter 35)

    Ca2+channel blockers (see also Chapter 35)

    Nitrovasodilators

    Other antianginals

    Management of microvascular angina

    Management of vasospastic angina

    Drugs for secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease

    42 NonST segment elevation acute coronary syndromes (NSTEACS)

    Pathophysiology of NSTEACS

    Management of NSTEACS (Figure 42.3)

    43 Coronary revascularisation

    Percutaneous coronary intervention (Figure 43.1)

    The role of PCI in stable coronary artery disease

    Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) (Figure 43.2)

    PCI vs CABG in stable coronary artery disease

    44 Pathophysiology of acute myocardial infarction

    Role of thrombosis in MI

    Mechanisms and consequences of plaque rupture (Figure 44.1)

    Evolution of the infarct (Figure 44.1)

    45 ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI)

    Symptoms and signs (Figure 45.1)

    Investigations

    Immediate management (Figure 45.1)

    Subsequent management (Figure 45.1)

    Complications of acute myocardial infarction

    46 Heart failure

    Types of heart failure

    Pathophysiology

    Consequences of compensation (Figure 46.3)

    Myocardial dysfunction and remodelling

    47 Treatment of chronic heart failure

    ACEI and other vasodilators

    βreceptor blockers

    Aldosterone antagonists

    Diuretics

    Cardiac glycosides

    Device therapy in CHF

    48 Mechanisms of tachyarrhythmia

    Disorders of impulse generation: latent pacemakers and triggered automaticity

    Abnormal impulse conduction: reentry

    The sympathetic nervous system and arrhythmias

    49 Atrial fibrillation

    Classification of atrial fibrillation

    The ventricular rate in atrial fibrillation

    Atrial fibrillation and stroke

    Management of atrial fibrillation

    50 Other supraventricular arrhythmias

    51 Ventricular tachyarrhythmias and their nonpharmacological management

    Ventricular rhythm disturbances

    52 Pharmacological treatment of tachyarrhythmias

    Class I drugs (Figure 52.1.1)

    Class II drugs (Figure 52.1.2)

    Class III drugs (Figure 52.1.3)

    Class IV drugs, adenosine and digoxin (Figure 52.1.4)

    53 Conduction system abnormalities and pacing

    Atrioventricular block

    Bundle branch block

    Pacing systems

    54 Diseases of the aortic valve

    Aortic stenosis

    Aortic regurgitation

    55 Diseases of the mitral valve

    Mitral stenosis (Figure 55.1)

    Mitral regurgitation (Figure 55.2)

    56 Congenital heart disease

    57 Cardiomyopathies and channelopathies

    Cardiomyopathies (Figure 57.1)

    Channelopathies

    58 Pulmonary hypertension

    Types of pulmonary hypertension

    Pulmonary arterial hypertension

    Pathophysiology

    Clinical findings and diagnosis

    Management

    59 Stroke

    Stroke signs, symptoms and risk factors

    Pathogenesis

    Investigations

    Acute management

    Haemorrhagic stroke

    Longterm management, rehabilitation and secondary prevention

    Index

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    This book offers an extensive review of the most recent data on the pathophysiological role of structural and functional alterations in the microcirculation, particularly focusing on hypertension and diabetes. It covers several relevant and innovative aspects, including the possible mechanisms involved in the development of microvascular remodeling and rarefaction, the technical approaches available for the detection of microvascular alterations, including non-invasive evaluations, the prognostic role of changes in small resistance artery structure, the possibility of preventing or regressing such alterations with appropriate treatment, and the potential clinical advantages of such intervention. A number of innovative areas of research are considered, including the role of the immune system, inflammation and oxidative stress in the development of microvascular alterations. Lastly, it examines the availability of recent non-invasive methods for the evaluation of small resistance artery morphology in the retina, which in the near future may provide a useful tool for the stratification of cardiovascular risk and even for clinical decisions regarding drug treatment, thus providing physicians with a clinically relevant instrument for improving and optimizing the management of hypertensive and diabetic patients. The book provides valuable, clinically relevant information for specialists (cardiology, internal medicine, and endocrinology) and general practitioners, and also offers novel and stimulating data to basic and clinical researchers.

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1. Structure and Function of the Microcirculation

    2. Assessment of Small Artery Structure and Function by Micromyography

    3. Assessment of Retinal Arteriolar Morphology by SLDF

    4. Assessment of Retinal Arteriolar Morphology by Adaptive Optics Ophthalmoscopy

    5. The Cerebral Microcirculation

    6. Role of Inflammation in Microvascular Damage

    7. Immune Mechanisms in Vascular Remodeling in Hypertension

    8. Microvascular Endothelial Dysfunction in Hypertension

    9. Interrelationships Between Micro- and Macrocirculation

    10. Alterations in Capillary and Microcirculatory Networks in Cardiovascular Diseases

    11. Microvascular Alterations in Obesity

    12. Microvascular Alterations in Diabetes: Focus on Small Resistance Arteries

    13. Cardiovascular Effects of Anti-angiogenic Drugs

    14. Pathophysiological Mechanisms Implicated in Organ Damage and Cardiovascular Events

    15. The Role of Perivascular Adipose Tissue in Arterial Function in Health and Disease

    16. Prognostic Role of Microvascular Damage and Effect of Treatment

     

  • 73000lei 640.00 lei

     

    Description:

    This book offers an extensive review of the most recent data on the pathophysiological role of structural and functional alterations in the microcirculation, particularly focusing on hypertension and diabetes. It covers several relevant and innovative aspects, including the possible mechanisms involved in the development of microvascular remodeling and rarefaction, the technical approaches available for the detection of microvascular alterations, including non-invasive evaluations, the prognostic role of changes in small resistance artery structure, the possibility of preventing or regressing such alterations with appropriate treatment, and the potential clinical advantages of such intervention. A number of innovative areas of research are considered, including the role of the immune system, inflammation and oxidative stress in the development of microvascular alterations. Lastly, it examines the availability of recent non-invasive methods for the evaluation of small resistance artery morphology in the retina, which in the near future may provide a useful tool for the stratification of cardiovascular risk and even for clinical decisions regarding drug treatment, thus providing physicians with a clinically relevant instrument for improving and optimizing the management of hypertensive and diabetic patients. The book provides valuable, clinically relevant information for specialists (cardiology, internal medicine, and endocrinology) and general practitioners, and also offers novel and stimulating data to basic and clinical researchers.

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1. Structure and Function of the Microcirculation

    2. Assessment of Small Artery Structure and Function by Micromyography

    3. Assessment of Retinal Arteriolar Morphology by SLDF

    4. Assessment of Retinal Arteriolar Morphology by Adaptive Optics Ophthalmoscopy

    5. The Cerebral Microcirculation

    6. Role of Inflammation in Microvascular Damage

    7. Immune Mechanisms in Vascular Remodeling in Hypertension

    8. Microvascular Endothelial Dysfunction in Hypertension

    9. Interrelationships Between Micro- and Macrocirculation

    10. Alterations in Capillary and Microcirculatory Networks in Cardiovascular Diseases

    11. Microvascular Alterations in Obesity

    12. Microvascular Alterations in Diabetes: Focus on Small Resistance Arteries

    13. Cardiovascular Effects of Anti-angiogenic Drugs

    14. Pathophysiological Mechanisms Implicated in Organ Damage and Cardiovascular Events

    15. The Role of Perivascular Adipose Tissue in Arterial Function in Health and Disease

    16. Prognostic Role of Microvascular Damage and Effect of Treatment

     

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    This book comprehensively covers a range of pathological cases in clinical cardiology. Chapters are case focused and detail how a patient is diagnosed and treated in a step-by-step format. A range of engaging video clips enhances the reader’s appreciation and understanding of how to apply these techniques into their day-to-day clinical practice with special focus on congenital heart disease diagnosis and management.

    Case-Based Clinical Cardiology presents a range of clinical scenarios across all cardiology disciplines with a particular focus on echocardiography, electrocardiography and cardiac catheterization. Therefore, it is an ideal resource for both the novice and experienced cardiology practitioner seeking an up-to-date selection of cases to test their knowledge.

     

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    This book in the highly respected Cambridge History of Science series is devoted to the history of the life and earth sciences since 1800. It provides comprehensive and authoritative surveys of historical thinking on major developments in these areas of science, on the social and cultural milieus in which the knowledge was generated, and on the wider impact of the major theoretical and practical innovations. The articles are written by acknowledged experts who provide concise accounts of the latest historical thinking coupled with guides to the most important recent literature. In addition to histories of traditional sciences, the book covers the emergence of newer disciplines such as genetics, biochemistry and geophysics. The interaction of scientific techniques with their practical applications in areas such as medicine is a major focus of the book, as is its coverage of controversial areas such as science and religion, and environmentalism.

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    This book provides a comprehensive account of knowledge of the natural world in Europe, c.1500–1700. Often referred to as the Scientific Revolution, this period saw major transformations in fields as diverse as anatomy and astronomy, natural history and mathematics. Articles by leading specialists describe in clear, accessible prose supplemented by extensive bibliographies, how new ideas, discoveries, and institutions shaped the ways in which nature came to be studied, understood, and used. Part I frames the study of 'The New Nature' in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Part II surveys the 'Personae and Sites of Natural Knowledge'. Part III treats the study of nature by discipline, following the classification of the sciences current in early modern Europe. Part IV takes up the implications of the new natural knowledge for religion, literature, art, gender, and European identity.

  • 76500lei 688.00 lei

     

    This volume in the highly respected Cambridge History of Science series is devoted to the history of science in the Middle Ages from the North Atlantic to the Indus Valley. Medieval science was once universally dismissed as non-existent - and sometimes it still is. This volume reveals the diversity of goals, contexts and accomplishments in the study of nature during the Middle Ages. Organized by topic and culture, its essays by distinguished scholars offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date history of medieval science currently available. Intended to provide a balanced and inclusive treatment of the medieval world, contributors consider scientific learning and advancement in the cultures associated with the Arabic, Greek, Latin and Hebrew languages. Scientists, historians and other curious readers will all gain a new appreciation for the study of nature during an era that is often misunderstood.

  • Cosmetic Breast Surgery
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    The quintessential guide to state-of-the-art cosmetic breast surgery from international masters

    Cosmetic Breast Surgery by internationally recognized plastic surgeons Sameer Patel, C. Bob Basu, and esteemed colleagues presents the latest augmentation, lift, reduction, and revision surgery techniques. From dedicated chapters focused on the management and correction of undesirable results to expert perspectives on male aesthetics, this remarkable book provides a one-stop resource on cosmetic breast procedures. Every chapter includes technical pearls and methodologies to help surgeons master approaches and achieve optimal patient outcomes.

    Organized by six sections, the book starts with a discussion of breast anatomy, followed by a breast augmentation section that serves as a primer on breast implants, from selection to fat grafting. Section three covers management of the ptotic breast, including topics such as mastopexy, a novel internal bra technique, and reduction mammoplasty. Section four details important revision issues, such as managing acute complications and anaplastic large cell lymphoma linked to breast implants. Section five is devoted to male breast procedures, while section six includes chapters on congenital breast deformities, transgender breast surgery, and practice management issues.

    Key Highlights

    ·    A contemporary update on capsular contracture and biofilms with evidence-based insights on prevention and treatment

    ·    Pearls on managing and mitigating risk and complications in aesthetic breast surgery

    ·    How to market a cosmetic breast surgery practice in an ever-evolving digital ecosystem

    ·    Nearly 300 illustrations enhance understanding of techniques

    Comprehensive and diverse, this is a must-have reference for plastic surgery residents, fellows, and early-career aesthetic plastic surgeons. It will also benefit senior surgeons who wish to expand their surgical repertoire.

    This book includes complimentary access to a digital copy on https://medone.thieme.com.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    I Anatomy of the Breast
    1 Anatomy of the Breast
    II Primary Breast Augmentation
    2 Made to Match: The Essence of Breast Implant Selection
    3 Implant Options
    4 Selection of the Surgical Approach
    5 Implant Placement Options
    6 Fat Grafting for Primary Augmentation
    III Management of the Ptotic Breast
    7 Preoperative Evaluation of Patients with Macromastia and Ptosis
    8 Mastopexy Techniques—Basic Principles
    9 Augmentation and Mastopexy—Basic Principles to Develop a Treatment Plan and Technical Pearls
    10 Management of the Massive-Weight-Loss Breast
    11 Internal Bra Technique in the Breast with Poor Soft Tissue Support
    12 Reduction Mammoplasty
    IV Management of the Undesirable Result and Revisional Breast Surgery
    13 Management of Acute Complications of Aesthetic Breast Surgery Part I—Local and Systemic Complications
    14 Management of Acute Complications of Aesthetic Breast Surgery Part II—Malpositions and Rippling
    15 Capsular Contracture and Biofilms—Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment
    16 Breast Implant–Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma
    17 Managing and Mitigating Risk in Aesthetic Breast Surgery
    V Easing the Transition to Technological Adoption
    18 Evaluation and Surgical Management of Gynecomastia
    19 Aesthetics of the Male Breast
    VI Other Aesthetic Breast Surgery Topics
    20 Evaluation and Treatment of Congenital Breast Deformities
    21 Transgender Breast Surgery
    22 Nipple Areolar Procedures and Aesthetics
    23 Marketing a Cosmetic Breast Practice through Social Media Outlets
    24 Breast Implant Illness
    25 Appendix: Update on Breast Implant–Associated Anaplastic Large-Cell Lymphoma

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    Section I: Craniosynostosis

    CHAPTER 1 Fronto-Orbital Advancement

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 2 Fronto-Orbital Distraction

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 3 Posterior Cranial Vault Expansion

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 4 Posterior Cranial Vault Distraction Osteogenesis

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 5 Total Cranial Vault Remodeling

    DEFINITION/ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 6 Spring-Assisted Surgery for Sagittal Synostosis

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 7 Transparietal/Transtemporal Distraction for Sagittal Craniosynostosis

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 8 Monobloc Frontofacial Advancement

    DEFINITION AND ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 9 Monobloc Distraction

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 10 Split Calvarial Bone Graft Harvest

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 11 Cranioplasty Reconstruction With Autogenous Rib Graft

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 12 Three-Dimensional Implant Reconstruction for the Cranial Vault

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 13 Alloplastic Reconstruction of the Calvarium

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 14 Craniopagus Twins

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 15 Endoscopically Assisted Approaches for Craniosynostosis

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section II: Orbital Dystopias

    CHAPTER 16 Box and U-Shaped Osteotomies

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 17 Facial Bipartition

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 18 Orbital Expansion for Anophthalmia and Microphthalmia

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section III: Maxillary Surgery

    CHAPTER 19 Surgically Assisted Rapid Palatal Expansion (SARPE)

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 20 Premaxillary Segment Setback

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 21 Le Fort I Osteotomy and Advancement

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENT

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 22 Le Fort I Distraction Osteogenesis

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 23 Segmental Le Fort I Advancement: Two and Three Piece

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 24 Le Fort II Osteotomy and Advancement

    DEFINITION

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 25 Le Fort II Advancement With Distraction Osteogenesis

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 26 Le Fort III Advancement

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 27 Le Fort III Osteotomy With External Distraction

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 28 Minimal Access Le Fort III Osteotomy for Midface Hypolasia

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 29 Secondary Alveolar Bone Grafting of the Cleft Alveolar Defect in Cleft Palate

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 30 Surgical Management of Facial Clefts

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 31 Gingivoperiosteoplasty

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 32 BMP Use in the Craniofacial Skeleton

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section IV: Mandibular Surgery

    CHAPTER 33 Costochondral Reconstruction for Absent Temporomandibular Joint

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 34 Prosthetic Reconstruction of the Temporomandibular Joint

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 35 Osteocutaneous Parascapular Flap for Mandibular Reconstruction

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 36 Reverse Distraction to Create a Temporomandibular Joint

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 37 Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy for Mandibular Deficiency

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 38 Inverted L Osteotomy for Mandibular Surgery

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 39 Intraoral Vertical Ramus Osteotomy of the Mandible

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS AND NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 40 Internal Mandibular Distraction

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 41 External Mandibular Distraction for Micrognathia

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS AND HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 42 External Transfacial Mandibular Distraction

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 43 Mandibular Setback

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS AND NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 44 Osseous Genioplasty

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 45 Alloplastic Chin Augmentation

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 46 Surgical Removal of Fibrous Dysplasia From the Craniofacial Skeleton

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section V: Skull Defects

    CHAPTER 47 Autologous Bone Harvest to Correct Open Skull Defects

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section VI: Frontal Sinus

    CHAPTER 48 Frontal Sinus Cranialization

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 49 Frontal Sinus Obliteration With Fat

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 50 Pericranial Flap Harvest for Frontal Sinus Obliteration

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    PREOPERATIVE PLANNING

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 51 Endoscopic Correction of Frontal Sinus Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 52 Operative Management of a Late Presentation of Frontal Sinus Mucocele

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    REFERENCES

    Section VII: Orbital Trauma

    CHAPTER 53 Correction of Orbital Floor Blow-Out Fractures: Variation 1

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY1

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 54 Correction of Orbital Floor Blow-Out Fractures: Variation 2

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 55 Correction of Lateral Orbital Wall Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 56 Medial Orbital Wall Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 57 Correction of Orbital Roof Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 58 Secondary Correction of Enophthalmos

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS (OPTIONAL)

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section VIII: Nasal Fractures

    CHAPTER 59 Closed Nasal Fracture Correction

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 60 Open Treatment of Nasal Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section IX: NOE Fractures

    CHAPTER 61 Naso-Orbital-Ethmoid (NOE) Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section X: Maxillary Trauma

    CHAPTER 62 Closed Reduction of Zygomatic Arch Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 63 Open Correction of Zygomatic Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 64 Addressing Late Malpositioning of the Zygomaticomaxillary Complex

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 65 Correction of Le Fort I Fracture

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 66 Correction of Le Fort II Fracture

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    EPIDEMIOLOGY

    NONSURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 67 Correction of Le Fort III Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section XI: Mandibular Trauma

    CHAPTER 68 Maxillomandibular Fixation of Mandible Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    COMPLICATIONS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 69 Open Treatment of Mandible Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY2,3

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    COMPLICATIONS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 70 Open Treatment of Condyle Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 71 Management of Mandibular Coronoid Fractures

    DEFINITION

    PATHOGENESIS

    ANATOMY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    PREOPERATIVE PLANNING

    POSITIONING

    APPROACH

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 72 Surgical Correction of Nonunion of Mandible Fracture

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    Section XII: Panfacial Trauma

    CHAPTER 73 Surgical Correction of Panfacial Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    ACKNOWLEDGMENT

    REFERENCES

    Section XIII: Pediatric Trauma

    CHAPTER 74 Pediatric Orbital Fractures

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    NATURAL HISTORY

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 75 Surgical Correction of Pediatric Midface Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES

    COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

    CHAPTER 76 Management of Pediatric Mandible Fractures

    DEFINITION

    ANATOMY

    PATHOGENESIS

    PATIENT HISTORY AND PHYSICAL FINDINGS

    IMAGING

    NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT

    SURGICAL MANAGEMENT

    POSTOPERATIVE CARE

    OUTCOMES/COMPLICATIONS

    REFERENCES

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    1 Normal Anatomy and Histology

    MACROANATOMY

    Basic Anatomy

    Normal Weight

    Anatomic Relationships

    Vascular Supply

    Lymphatic Drainage

    Innervation

    MICROANATOMY

    The Follicle

    Colloid

    Crystals

    Follicular Cells

    Ultrastructure

    Immunohistochemistry

    C Cells

    Immunohistochemistry

    Distribution in Thyroid

    Ultrastructure

    Solid Cell Nests

    Morphologic Features

    Immunohistochemistry

    Differential Diagnosis

    Neoplastic Potential

    Heterologous Tissues within Thyroid

    REFERENCES

    2 Embryology and Developmental Lesions

    EMBRYOLOGY

    Embryologic Origination

    Medial Thyroid Primordium

    Migration

    Folliculogenesis

    Growth and Maturation

    Lateral Thyroid Primordia

    Migration and Fusion

    GENES INVOLVED IN THYROID DEVELOPMENT

    Early Development

    TTF1 (NKX2-1)

    PAX8

    FOXE1

    HHEX

    TBX1

    Later Development

    TSHR

    Thyroglobulin

    TPO

    SLC5A5 (NIS)

    SLC26A4 (PDS)

    DUOX1 and DOX2

    DUOXA1 and DUOXA2

    IYD (DEHAL1)

    HOXA3

    ASCL1 (HASH1)

    DEVELOPMENTAL LESIONS

    Thyroid Dysgenesis

    Agenesis

    Hypoplasia

    Hemiagenesis

    Thyroid Tissue in Abnormal Locations

    Ectopic Thyroid Tissue

    True Thyroid Ectopia

    Thyroglossal Duct Cyst

    Lateral Aberrant Thyroid Tissue

    Thyroid Inclusions in Lymph Nodes

    Parasitic Nodule

    Teratoma and Struma Ovarii

    Pyriform Sinus Fistula/Sinus Tract

    Cystic Remnant of Ultimobranchial Body

    Intrathymic Thyroid Tissue

    REFERENCES

    3 Thyroid Physiology

    THYROID HORMONE SYNTHESIS AND SECRETION

    The Hypothalamic-Thyroid Axis

    Thyroid Hormone Synthesis and Its Abnormalities

    The Sodium-Iodide Symporter

    Pendrin as a Mediator of Iodide Efflux at the Apical Membrane

    Thyroglobulin, the Matrix for Thyroid Hormone Synthesis

    Thyroperoxidase

    The H2O2-Generating System

    Hormone Processing and Secretion

    Dehalogenation of MIT and DIT

    Thyroid Hormone Transport

    Thyroid Hormone Action

    PARAFOLLICULAR C-CELLS AND CALCITONIN

    REFERENCES

    4 Thyroiditis

    ACUTE THYROIDITIS

    Definition and Etiology

    Clinical Features

    Pathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    GRANULOMATOUS THYROIDITIS

    Subacute Granulomatous Thyroiditis (Subacute or de Quervain Thyroiditis)

    Definition

    Etiology

    Clinical Features

    Pathology

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Other Types of Granulomatous Thyroiditis

    Palpation Thyroiditis

    Tuberculosis

    Fungal Infection

    Sarcoidosis

    CHRONIC THYROIDITIS

    General Overview

    Chronic Lymphocytic Thyroiditis (Hashimoto or Autoimmune Thyroiditis)

    Definition

    Epidemiology

    Pathogenesis

    Pathology

    Associated Neoplasia

    Variants of Chronic Lymphocytic Thyroiditis

    Postpartum Thyroiditis

    Definition and Clinical Features

    Pathology

    Clinical Course and Differential Diagnosis

    Silent Thyroiditis

    Definition and Clinical Features

    Pathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Peritumoral Thyroiditis

    Focal Lymphocytic Thyroiditis

    Definition and Clinical Features

    Pathology

    Invasive Fibrous Thyroiditis (Riedel Thyroiditis)

    Definition and Clinical Features

    Pathogenesis

    Pathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Clinical Course

    REFERENCES

    5 Diffuse and Nodular Hyperplasia

    GRAVES DISEASE (DIFFUSE TOXIC HYPERPLASIA)

    Definition

    Historical Comments

    Epidemiology

    Etiologic Factors

    Pathogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Ophthalmopathy

    Clinical Presentation and Imaging

    Laboratory Tests

    Pathology

    Gross Features

    Histologic Features

    Cytologic Features

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    NODULAR HYPERPLASIA

    Multinodular Goiter

    Definition

    Epidemiology

    Etiologic Factors

    Pathogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation and Imaging

    Laboratory Tests

    Pathology

    Gross Features

    Histologic Features

    Cytologic Features

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    Endemic Goiter

    Definition

    Epidemiology

    Etiology and Pathophysiology

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Dyshormonogenetic Goiter

    Definition

    Epidemiology

    Pathogenesis and Molecular Pathology

    Pathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Toxic (Hyperfunctioning) Multinodular Goiter

    Definition

    Pathogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation and Imaging

    Pathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    REFERENCES

    6 Other Non-Neoplastic Conditions

    AMIODARONE-INDUCED THYROID DISEASE

    Pharmacology

    Effect on Thyroid Follicular Cells and Hormone Synthesis

    Effect on Thyroid Hormone Metabolism

    Amiodarone-Induced Hypothyroidism

    Pathology

    Amiodarone-Induced Thyrotoxicosis

    Pathology

    Treatment and Prognosis

    MINOCYCLINE-ASSOCIATED CHANGES (“BLACK THYROID”)

    Pathogenesis

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Features

    Histologic Features

    Cytologic Features

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    POSTRADIATION CHANGES

    Acute/Early Changes

    Chronic/Late Changes

    AMYLOIDOSIS

    Pathogenesis

    Clinical Presentation and Imaging

    Pathology

    Gross Features

    Histologic Features

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    ALTERATIONS FOLLOWING FNA OF THE THYROID

    Invasion versus Pseudoinvasion

    Vascular Proliferation

    Spindle Cell Proliferation

    Reactive Follicular Epithelial Atypia

    Infarction

    REFERENCES

    7 Thyroid Tumors: Classification, Incidence, and General Considerations

    CLASSIFICATION

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    GENETIC LANDSCAPE

    GENETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY AND OTHER RISK FACTORS

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND MANAGEMENT

    SURVIVAL AND PROGNOSTIC FACTORS

    REFERENCES

    8 Staging of Thyroid Cancer

    INTRODUCTION

    The Eighth Edition AJCC/UICC Staging System

    Eighth Edition AJCC/TNM Staging for DTC

    Increasing the Age Cutoff to 55 Years of Age in DTC

    Re-evaluating the Impact of Cervical Lymph Node Metastasis on Prognosis in DTC

    Re-evaluating the Impact of Microscopic Extrathyroidal Extension on Prognosis in DTC

    Affirmation of the Importance of Gross Extrathyroidal Extension on Prognosis in DTC

    Practical Application of the Eighth Edition Staging System for DTC in Clinical Practice

    Expected Outcomes and Validation of the Eighth Edition Staging System in DTC

    Eighth Edition AJCC/TNM Staging for Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer

    Eighth Edition AJCC/TNM Staging for Medullary Thyroid Cancer

    REFERENCES

    9 Follicular Adenoma and Hürthle Cell (Oncocytic) Adenoma

    DEFINITION

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ETIOLOGIC FACTORS

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    Clonality

    Genetics of Follicular Adenomas

    Point Mutations

    RAS Mutations

    EIF1AX Mutations

    PTEN Mutations

    DICER1 Mutations

    Other Point Mutations

    Mutations in Hyperfunctioning Adenomas

    Gene Fusions

    DNA Copy Number Alterations

    Genetics of Hürthle Cell Adenomas

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND IMAGING

    GROSS FEATURES

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES OF FOLLICULAR ADENOMA

    Microscopic Variants

    Hyperfunctioning (“Toxic”, “Hot”) Follicular Adenoma

    Follicular Adenoma with Papillary Hyperplasia

    Adenolipoma (Lipoadenoma)

    Follicular Adenoma with Signet-Ring Cells

    Follicular Adenoma with Clear Cells

    Follicular Adenoma with Lipid-Rich Cells

    Follicular Adenoma with Bizarre Nuclei

    Atypical Follicular Adenoma

    Other Variants of Follicular Adenoma

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES OF HÜRTHLE CELL (ONCOCYTIC) ADENOMA

    IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY

    MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    10 Hyalinizing Trabecular Tumor

    DEFINITION

    HISTORICAL COMMENTS AND POINTS OF CONTROVERSY

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ETIOLOGY

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    Point Mutations and Gene Fusions

    Dysregulation of MicroRNA

    DNA Copy Number Alterations

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND IMAGING

    GROSS FEATURES

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES

    CYTOCHEMISTRY AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY

    MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    11 Noninvasive Follicular Thyroid Neoplasm with Papillary-Like Nuclear Features

    DEFINITION

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ETIOLOGY

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    Point Mutations and Gene Fusions

    RAS Mutations

    EIF1AX Mutations

    PTEN Mutations

    DICER1 Mutations

    BRAF K601E Mutations

    PAX8/PPARG Fusions

    THADA Fusions

    Controversy with BRAF V600E Mutation Occurrence in NIFTP

    Dysregulation of RNA and MicroRNA Expression

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND IMAGING

    GROSS FEATURES

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES

    Secondary Diagnostic Criteria

    IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL FEATURES

    MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    12 Follicular Carcinoma and Hürthle Cell (Oncocytic) Carcinoma

    DEFINITION

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ETIOLOGIC FACTORS

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    Genetics of Follicular Carcinoma

    Point Mutations

    Gene Fusions

    DNA Copy Number Alterations

    Pathogenesis of Hürthle Cell Carcinomas

    Pathogenetic Relationship between Follicular/Hürthle Cell Adenoma and Follicular/Hürthle Cell Carcinoma

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND IMAGING

    GROSS FEATURES

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES

    Microscopic Features of Follicular Carcinoma

    Microscopic Features of Hürthle Cell Carcinoma

    Vascular Invasion

    Capsular Invasion

    TUMOR INVASIVENESS

    Minimally Invasive Carcinoma

    Encapsulated Angioinvasive Carcinoma

    Widely Invasive Follicular Carcinoma

    SPREAD AND METASTASES

    MICROSCOPIC VARIANTS

    Clear Cell Variant

    Mucinous Variant

    Follicular Carcinoma with Signet-Ring Cells

    Follicular Microcarcinoma

    Follicular Carcinoma in Patients with the PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome

    Other Variants of Follicular Carcinoma

    IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY

    MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    13 Papillary Carcinoma

    DEFINITION

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ETIOLOGIC FACTORS

    Ionizing Radiation

    Iodine Levels

    Other Environmental Factors

    Preexisting Benign Thyroid Disease and TSH Levels

    Hormonal and Reproductive Factors

    Hereditary Factors

    Other Factors

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    Somatic Mutation Density

    Point Mutations

    BRAF

    RAS

    EIF1AX

    TERT

    Other Point Mutations

    Clonality of Driver Mutations and Tumor Multifocality

    Gene Fusions

    RET Fusions (RET/PTC)

    BRAF Fusions

    NTRK Fusions

    ALK Fusions

    THADA Fusions

    PPARG Fusions

    Other Fusions

    Copy Number Alterations

    Gene Expression Alterations

    Alterations in miRNA Expression

    CLINICAL FEATURES AND IMAGING

    GROSS FEATURES

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES

    Infiltrative Border

    Architectural Patterns

    Tumor Cells

    1. Nuclear size and shape

    2. Nuclear membrane irregularities

    3. Chromatin characteristics

    Nuclear score

    Psammoma Bodies

    Tumor Fibrosis

    Other Microscopic Features

    SPREAD AND METASTASES

    Multicentricity versus Intraglandular Spread

    Lymphatic and Blood Vessel Invasion

    Extrathyroidal Extension

    Local and Distant Metastases

    GRADING

    MICROSCOPIC VARIANTS

    Papillary Microcarcinoma

    Follicular Variant

    Infiltrative Follicular Variant

    Encapsulated Follicular Variant

    Diffuse (Multinodular) Follicular Variant

    Macrofollicular Variant

    Tall Cell Variant

    Solid Variant

    Diffuse Sclerosing Variant

    Columnar Cell Variant

    Oncocytic (Hürthle Cell) Variant

    Hobnail Variant

    Cribriform-Morular Variant

    Warthin-like Variant

    Clear Cell Variant

    Papillary Carcinoma with Desmoid-Type Fibromatosis/Fasciitis-Like Stroma

    Other Variants of Papillary Carcinoma

    IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL FEATURES

    Markers of Thyroid Follicular Cells

    Diagnostic Immunohistochemical Markers

    MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    BRAF V600E-Like Alterations

    RAS-Like Alterations

    Alterations Primarily Associated with Benign Nodules

    ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    Tumors with Papillary Architecture

    Tumors with Follicular Architecture

    Tumors with Solid, Trabecular, or Insular Architecture

    Tumors with Extensive Fibrosis

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    Treatment

    Disease Monitoring

    Prognosis

    Molecular Prognostic Factors

    Targeted Therapies

    REFERENCES

    14 Poorly Differentiated Carcinoma

    DEFINITION

    HISTORICAL COMMENTS AND EVOLUTION OF DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ETIOLOGIC FACTORS

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    Point Mutations

    RAS Mutations

    BRAF Mutations

    EIF1AX Mutations

    PI3K/AKT Pathway Mutations

    TERT Mutations

    TP53 Mutations

    Other Mutations

    Gene Fusions

    ALK Fusions

    RET, PPARG Gene Fusions

    DNA Copy Number Alterations

    Other Alterations

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND IMAGING

    GROSS FEATURES

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES

    Poorly Differentiated Hurthle Cell (Oncocytic) Carcinoma

    Poorly Differentiated Carcinoma of Pediatric Age

    Other Subtypes

    Tumors with a Minor Component of Poorly Differentiated Carcinoma

    SPREAD AND METASTASES

    IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY

    MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    Distinction from Well-Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma

    Distinction from Anaplastic Thyroid Carcinoma

    Distinction from Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma

    Distinction from Non-Thyroid Malignancies

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    15 Anaplastic (Undifferentiated) Carcinoma

    DEFINITION

    INCIDENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

    ETIOLOGIC FACTORS

    Preexisting Thyroid Disease

    Preexisting Carcinoma

    Preexisting Benign Thyroid Disease

    Iodine Deficiency

    Radiation Exposure

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    Point Mutations

    RAS Mutations

    BRAF Mutations

    TERT Mutations

    TP53 Mutations

    PI3K/AKT Pathway Mutations

    Other Mutations

    Gene Fusions

    DNA Copy Number Alterations

    Other Alterations

    Tumor-Associated Macrophages

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND IMAGING

    GROSS FEATURES

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES

    Spindle Cell Pattern

    Pleomorphic Giant Cell Pattern

    Squamoid Pattern

    MICROSCOPIC VARIANTS

    Paucicellular Variant

    Rhabdoid Variant

    Small Cell Variant

    ANAPLASTIC CARCINOMA WITH COEXISTING WELL-DIFFERENTIATED OR POORLY DIFFERENTIATED CARCINOMA

    IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY

    MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    ULTRASTRUCTURAL FEATURES

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    Distinction from Thyroid Carcinomas and Benign Lesions

    Distinction from Nonthyroid Malignancies and Sarcomas

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    16 Medullary Carcinoma

    MEDULLARY CARCINOMA

    Definition

    Historical Comments

    Incidence and Epidemiology

    Hereditary Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma

    Sporadic Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma

    Etiologic Factors

    Pathogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Germline RET Mutations

    Somatic Mutations in Sporadic Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma

    Other Genetic Abnormalities

    Loss of Heterozygosity

    DNA Ploidy

    C-Cell Hyperplasia and Relationship to Medullary Carcinoma

    Historical Comments

    Origin and Distribution of C Cells

    C-Cell Hyperplasia

    Clinical Presentation and Imaging

    Gross Features

    Microscopic Features

    Amyloid Stroma

    Spread and Metastasis

    Microscopic Variants

    Spindle Cell Variant

    Papillary/Pseudopapillary Variant

    Oncocytic/Oxyphilic Variant

    Clear-Cell Variant

    Glandular/Pseudofollicular Variant

    Amphicrine/Composite Calcitonin and Mucin-Producing Variant

    Paraganglioma-Like Variant

    Small Cell Variant

    Giant Cell Variant

    Angiosarcoma-Like Variant

    Melanin-Producing/Pigmented Variant

    Squamous Cell Variant

    Other Proposed Variants

    Histochemistry

    Immunohistochemistry

    Molecular Diagnostics

    Ultrastructural Features

    Cytologic Features

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    Prophylactic Thyroidectomy and Specimen Processing

    Prognosis

    Mixed Medullary and Follicular Carcinoma

    Mixed Medullary and Papillary Carcinoma

    REFERENCES

    17 Rare Primary Thyroid Epithelial Tumors

    MUCOEPIDERMOID CARCINOMA

    Etiology

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    SCLEROSING MUCOEPIDERMOID CARCINOMA WITH EOSINOPHILIA

    Etiology

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    MUCINOUS CARCINOMA

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    SPINDLE EPITHELIAL TUMOR WITH THYMUS-LIKE DIFFERENTIATION

    Histogenesis

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    CARCINOMA SHOWING THYMUS-LIKE DIFFERENTIATION

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    ECTOPIC THYMOMA

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    SECRETORY CARCINOMA

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    REFERENCES

    18 Rare Primary Thyroid Nonepithelial Tumors and Tumor-Like Conditions

    PRIMARY ANGIOSARCOMA

    Etiology

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    TERATOMA

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    SMOOTH MUSCLE TUMORS

    Etiology

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    PERIPHERAL NERVE SHEATH TUMORS

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    PARAGANGLIOMA

    Etiology

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    SOLITARY FIBROUS TUMOR

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    FOLLICULAR DENDRITIC CELL TUMOR

    Etiology

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    LANGERHANS CELL HISTIOCYTOSIS

    Etiology

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    ROSAI-DORFMAN DISEASE

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Microscopic Description

    Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Diagnostics

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    GRANULAR CELL TUMOR

    Histogenesis and Molecular Genetics

    Clinical Presentation

    Pathology

    Microscopic Description

    Cytology, Immunohistochemistry, and Molecular Diagnostics

    Differential Diagnosis

    Treatment and Prognosis

    REFERENCES

    19 Primary Thyroid Lymphoma

    DEFINITION

    ETIOLOGY

    PATHOGENESIS AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION

    STAGE

    PATHOLOGY

    Gross Presentation

    Microscopic and Immunophenotypic Features

    Extranodal Marginal Zone Lymphoma of Mucosa-Associated Tissue (MALT Lymphoma)

    Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

    Follicular Lymphoma

    Plasmacytoma

    Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Other Lymphoma Subtypes

    Cytopathology

    Differential Diagnosis

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    20 Tumors Metastatic to the Thyroid

    DEFINITION

    ETIOLOGY

    CLINICAL PRESENTATION

    GROSS PRESENTATION

    MICROSCOPIC FEATURES

    IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS

    CYTOLOGIC FEATURES

    DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    TREATMENT AND PROGNOSIS

    REFERENCES

    21 Principles of Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology Specimens

    INTRODUCTION

    EVALUATION OF THYROID NODULES

    Clinical Evaluation

    Ultrasound Evaluation

    FINE-NEEDLE ASPIRATION BIOPSY

    Procedure

    REPORTING OF THYROID FINE-NEEDLE ASPIRATION

    REFERENCES

    22 Gross Examination

    INTRODUCTION

    THYROID SPECIMEN TYPES

    ORIENTATION

    GROSS PATHOLOGY

    Nodules

    Multinodular Process

    Background Thyroid Parenchyma

    SUBMISSION OF SECTIONS

    REFERENCES

    23 Principles of Molecular Diagnostics in Thyroid Samples

    GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

    DNA

    RNA

    Protein

    GENOMIC ALTERATIONS

    Benign Polymorphisms versus Pathogenic Mutations

    Somatic versus Germline Mutations

    Driver versus Passenger Mutations

    Types of Genomic Alterations

    Single Nucleotide Variations

    Insertions and Deletions (Indels)

    Chromosomal Translocation and Gene Fusions

    Copy Number Alterations

    Gene Expression Alterations

    SAMPLES FOR MOLECULAR ANALYSIS

    TECHNIQUES FOR MOLECULAR ANALYSIS

    Conventional Techniques

    Polymerase Chain Reaction

    Reverse Transcription PCR

    Real-time PCR

    Sanger Sequencing

    Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization

    PCR-Based LOH Analysis

    NEXT-GENERATION SEQUENCING

    Targeted NGS Analysis

    DETECTION OF CLONALITY

    GENE EXPRESSION ARRAYS

    REFERENCES

    24 Molecular Testing of Thyroid Fine-Needle Aspiration Samples

    CLINICAL CHALLENGE

    DIAGNOSTIC TESTS FOR THYROID NODULES

    Requirements for Clinical Molecular Tests

    Test Performance Characteristics

    Molecular Tests for Thyroid FNA Samples

    ThyroSeq

    Other Tests

    UTILITY OF MOLECULAR TESTS FOR CANCER RISK ASSESSMENT

    ROLE OF MOLECULAR TESTING IN PERSONALIZED PATIENT MANAGEMENT

    REFERENCES

    Index

     

  • Anti-Infection Handbook, 1e
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    38300lei 315.00 lei

     

    Anti-infection Handbook is a concise A-Z guide to diagnosis and management of most infectious diseases and related conditions found in Australia and worldwide. The handbook makes it easy to find an infection or a pathogen, and to determine what tests are needed for diagnosis and what antimicrobials should be chosen for the treatment

    ·         All-in-one: contains most infections found in Australia and worldwide, with more than 275 infectious diseases and conditions related to bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, parasites and insects

    ·         A-Z: infections are arranged in alphabetical order for easy searching

    ·         Immunisation (including travel vaccination): integrated in the relevant diseases and appendices

    ·         Full eBook on ExpertConsult with print purchase.

     

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    Description:

    Breast Cancer and Gynecological Cancer Rehabilitation provides clinicians with a concise and accessible resource covering the holistic rehabilitation of breast cancer patients. This book begins with the epidemiology, genetics and pathophysiology of breast cancer and moves into clinical assessment and treatment options before providing comprehensive coverage of rehabilitation. Containing practical information, best practices and the latest advances and research, this book provides a valuable reference for physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians and residents, as well as occupational therapists and physical therapists.

    Key Features

    • Provides a clear understanding of the current medical, surgical, and radiation treatments for breast cancer.
    • Covers the whole spectrum of breast cancer rehabilitation, including the role of physical and occupational therapy, treatment of anxiety and depression, pain syndromes, integrative care, nutritional rehabilitation, palliative care, and more.
    • Offers a timely and convenient resource written by leading experts in breast cancer and rehabilitation.



    Table Of Contents:


    Dedication
    Adrian Cristian

    Preface
    Adrian Cristian

    Section I

    1. Cascade of disability in Breast Cancer and Gynecologic Cancer-assessment and treatment
    Adrian Cristian

    2. Practice Implementation and Outcomes Measurement
    Nicole L. Stout

    3. Exercise while living with Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Susan Maltser and Carly Rothman

    4. Cancer Related Fatigue in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Jasmine Zheng and Betty Chernack

    5. Nutritional rehabilitation of the Breast and Gynecologic Cancer patient
    Karla Otero, Claudia Ferri and Carla Araya

    6. A Comprehensive Approach to Psychosocial Distress and Anxiety in Breast and Gynecological Cancer
    Sherry Hite

    7. Prehabilitation in Breast and Gynecologic Oncology
    Sasha E. Knowlton

    Section II

    8. Systemic therapy for the Treatment of Breast Cancer
    Ana Cristina Sandoval Leon and Angelique Richardson

    9. Principles of Radiation Therapy in Breast Cancer
    Maria Amelia Rodrigues

    10. Breast Cancer Surgery
    Jane Mendez

    11. Reconstructive Surgery and Post-Operative Care for Breast Cancer
    Harry Michael Salinas, Miguel Medina and Austin Jacob Pourmoussa

    12. Skeletal Metastasis in Breast Cancer
    Theresa Pazionis

    13. Shoulder Dysfunction in Breast Cancer
    Diana Molinares and Adrian Cristian

    14. The role of Interventional Pain Management in Breast Cancer
    Ashish Khanna

    15. Aromatase Inhibitor Musculoskeletal Syndrome
    Jonas Sokolof and Monica Gibilisco

    Section III

    16. Systemic Therapy for the Treatment of Gynecologic Malignancies
    John Paul Diaz

    17. Principles of Radiation Therapy in Gynecologic Cancer
    Allie Garcia-Serra

    18. Surgical Gynecologic Oncolcogy
    Nicholas C. Lambrou and Angel Amadeo

    19. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Gynecologic Cancer
    Louise Van Voorhis Gleason

    Section IV

    20. Cancer Related Cognitive Impairment-Diagnosis, pathogenesis and management
    Beatriz Currier, Aileen Moreno and Richard A. Hamilton

    21. Lymphedema in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Mary Crosswell and Adrian Cristian

    22. Peripheral Nervous System Involvement in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Christian M. Custodio and Franchesca Konig

    23. Inpatient Rehabilitation of Patients with Breast Cancer and Gynecologic Cancer
    Terence Pugh

    24. Palliative Care and Symptom Management in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Marianna Khawand and Suleyki Medina

    25. Reproductive Issues and Fertility in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    John Paul Diaz and Elina Melik-Levine

    26. Oncology Massage Therapy in Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
    Kristen Galamaga

     

     

  • 94500lei 800.00 lei

     


    Description:

    New emerging diseases, new diagnostic modalities for resource-poor settings, new vaccine schedules … all significant, recent developments in the fast-changing field of tropical medicine. Hunter’s Tropical Medicine and Emerging Infectious Diseases, 10th Edition, keeps you up to date with everything from infectious diseases and environmental issues through poisoning and toxicology, animal injuries, and nutritional and micronutrient deficiencies that result from traveling to tropical or subtropical regions. This comprehensive resource provides authoritative clinical guidance, useful statistics, and chapters covering organs, skills, and services, as well as traditional pathogen-based content. You’ll get a full understanding of how to recognize and treat these unique health issues, no matter how widespread or difficult to control.

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Part 1 - CLINICAL PRACTICE IN THE TROPICS - all editors

    Section A: ORGAN-BASED CHAPTERS

    1. Tropical Lung Diseases

    2. Cardiovascular Diseases

    3. Gastrointestinal Diseases

    4. Hepatobiliary Diseases

    5. Hematologic Diseases

    6. Genitourinary Diseases

    7. Sexually Transmitted Infections

    8. Tropical Dermatology

    9. Ophthalmological Diseases

    10. Neurologic Diseases

    11. Psychiatric Diseases

    12. ENT

    13. Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System

    Section B: SKILLS-BASED CHAPTERS

    14. General Surgery in the Tropics

    15. Oral Health and Disease in the Tropics

    16. Maternal and Newborn Health

    17. Pediatrics in a Resource-constrained Setting

    Section C: SERVICE-BASED CHAPTERS

    18. Diagnostic Imaging in the Tropics

    19. Blood Transfusion in Resource-limited Settings

    20. Infection Control in the Tropics

    21. Microbiology

    Section D: TOPIC-BASED CHAPTERS

    22. Approach to the Patient with Diarrhea

    23. Cancer in the Tropics

    24. Heat-associated Illness

    25. Traditional Medicine

    26. Environmental Health Hazards in the Tropics

    27. Neglected Tropical Diseases: Public Health Control Programs and Mass Drug Administration

    28. Health Systems and Health Care Delivery

    29. The Health Care Response to Disasters, Complex Emergencies, and Population Displacement

    Part 2: Viral Diseases

    Introduction and General Principles

    30. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection

    30.1 HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Streptococcus pneumoniae

    31. Viral Infections with Cutaneous Lesions

    31.1 Measles

    31.2 Poxviruses

    31.3 Nonpolio Enterovirus Mucocutaneous Infections

    31.4 Kaposi's Sarcoma-associated Herpesvirus

    32. Viral Respiratory Infections

    33. Viral Gastroenteritis

    33.1 Rotavirus

    33.2 Norovirus

    33.3 Enteric Adenoviruses

    33.4 Astroviruses

    33.5 Sapovirus

    34. Viral Hepatitis (Hep A, B, C, D, E and Non A to E)

    35. Viral Febrile Illnesses and Emerging Pathogens

    35.1 Dengue and Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever

    35.2 Chikungunya Fever

    35.3 Zika

    35.4 O’nyong Nyong Fever

    35.5 Ross River Virus Disease

    35.6 Oropouche Virus

    35.7 Mayaro Virus

    35.8 Pathogenic Phleboviruses (old: Sandfly Fever)

    35.9 Sindbis Fever

    36. Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers - INTRODUCTION

    36.1 Yellow Fever

    36.2 Lassa Fever

    36.3 South American Hemorrhagic Fevers

    36.4 Ebola and Marburg Virus Infections

    36.5 Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever

    36.6 Diseases Caused by Hantaviruses

    36.7 Rift Valley Fever

    37. Viral CNS Infections

    37.1 Rabies & Related Viruses

    37.2 Enterovirus Infections That Cause Central Nervous System Disease (including Poliomyelitis)

    37.3 Venezuelan, Eastern and Western Equine Encephalitis

    37.4 Japanese Encephalitis

    37.5 West Nile Virus

    37.6 Saint Louis Encephalitis and Rocio Encephalitis

    37.7 Other Arboviral Encephalitides

    37.8 Prion Disease

    37.9 Human T-Lymphotropic Virus Type I and II Infection

    PART 3: BACTERIAL INFECTIONS

    Section A: Infections of the Eye and Throat

    38. Trachoma and Inclusion Conjunctivitis

    39. Group A Strepto coccus

    40. Diphtheria

    Section B: Respiratory Tract Infections

    41. Bacterial Pneumonia

    42. Tuberculosis

    43. Pertussis

    Section C: Gastrointestinal Tract Infections

    44. Helicobacter pylori Infection

    45. Escherichia coli Diarrhea

    46. Cholera and Other Vibrios

    47. Shigellosis

    48. Nontyphoid Salmonella Disease

    49. Campylobacter Infections

    50. Miscellaneous Bacterial Enteritides

    50.1 Yersinia Enterocolitica

    50.2 Clostridium Infections

    50.3 Aeromonas

    Section D: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    51. Chlamydial Infections

    52. Lymphogranuloma Venereum

    53. Gonorrhea

    54. Chancroid

    55. Granuloma Inguinale

    56. Syphilis and the Endemic Treponematoses

    Section E: Infections Causing Neurologic Manisfestations

    57. Acute Bacterial Meningitis

    58. Tetanus

    59. Botulism

    Section F: Infections of Skin and Soft Tissues

    Bacterial skin and soft tissue infections in the Tropics

    60. Leprosy

    61. Buruli Ulcer

    62. Mycobacterium marinum Infection

    63. Anthrax

    Section G: Febrile Systemic Syndromes with or without Lymphadenopathy

    64. Epidemic Louse-borne Typhus

    65. Murine Typhus

    66. Scrub Typhus

    67. Tick-borne Spotted Fever Rickettsioses

    68. Rickettsialpox

    69. Q Fever

    70. Trench Fever

    71. Bartonellosis : Carrion's Disease and other Bartonella Infections

    72. Typhoid and Paratyphoid (Enteric) Fever

    73. Brucellosis

    74. Melioidosis and Glanders

    75. Plague

    76. Tularemia

    77. Leptospirosis

    78. Relapsing Fever and Borrelioses

    Part 4 - The Mycoses

    79. General Principles

    80. Superficial Mycoses

    81. Subcutaneous Mycoses : General Principles

    82. Protothecosis

    83. Histoplasmosis

    84. Coccidioidomycosis

    85. Blastomycosis

    86. Paracoccidioidomycosis

    87. Cryptococcosis

    88. Penicilliosis Marneffei

    89. Pneumocystis Pneumonia

    90. Treatment of Systemic Mycoses

    Part 5 - Protozoal Infections

    91. General Principles

    Section A: Intestinal and Genital Infections

    92. Entamoeba histolytica (Amebiasis)

    93. Giardiasis

    94. Cryptosporidiosis

    95. Cyclosporiasis

    96. Cystoisospora belli (syn. Isospora belli )

    97. Miscellaneous Intestinal Protozoa

    98. Trichomoniasis

    Section B: Infections of the Blood and Reticuloendothelial System

    99. Malaria

    100. African Trypanosomiasis

    101. American Trypanosomiasis (Chagas disease)

    102. Leishmaniasis

    103. Babesiosis

    Section C: Tissue Infection

    104. Toxoplasmosis

    105. Pathogenic and Opportunistic Free-living Ameba Infections

    106. Sarcocystosis

    107. Microsporidiosis

    Part 6 - Helminthic Infections

    108. General Principles

    Section A: Intestinal Nematode Infections

    109. Nematodes Limited to the Intestinal Tract ( Enterobius vermicularis , Trichuris trichiura , Capillaria philippinensis and Trichostrongylus spp.)

    110. Intestinal Nematodes: Ascariasis

    111. Hookworm and Strongyloides Infections

    Section B: Filarial Infections

    112. Lymphatic Filariasis

    113. Loiasis

    114. Onchocerciasis

    115. Miscellaneous Filariae

    Section C: Other Tissue Nematode Infections

    116. Dracunculiasis

    117. Trichinellosis

    118. Toxocariasis

    119. Gnathostomiasis

    120. Eosinophilic Meningitis ( Angiostrongylus cantonensis , Parastrongylus cantonensis )

    121. Abdominal Angiostrongyliasis

    122. Cutaneous Larva Migrans

    123. Anisakidosis

    Section D: Trematodes Infections

    124. Schistosomiasis

    125. Intestinal Fluke Infections

    126. Liver Fluke Infections

    127. Paragonimiasis

    Section E: Cestode Infections

    128. Tapeworm Infections

    129. Larval Cestode Infections (Cysticercosis)

    130. Cystic Echinococcosis

    131. Alveolar Echinococcosis (Alveolar Hydatid Disease)

    132. Polycystic Echinococcosis (Polycystic Neotropical Disease)

    133. Sparganosis

    134. Coenuriasis

    Part 7 - Poisonous and Toxic Plants and Animals

    135. Animals hazardous to humans: Venomous Bites, Stings and Envenoming

    136. Injurious Arthropods

    137. Poisonous Plants and Aquatic Animals

    138. PENTASTOMIASIS

    139. BATS

    Part 8 - Nutritional Problems and Deficiency Diseases

    140. General Principles

    141. Protein-energy Malnutrition in Children

    142. Vitamin Deficiencies

    143. Mineral Deficiencies

    Part 9 - Vector Transmission of Diseases and Zoonoses

    Section A: Medical Entomology

    144. Introduction medical Entomology

    Section B: Diseases associated with Vectors (Arthropods in Disease Transmission)

    145. Diseases associated with Vectors (Arthropods in Disease Transmission)

    Section C: Vector Control

    146. Vector Control

    Part 10 - The sick returning traveller

    147. General Principles

    148. Fever in the Returned Traveler

    149. Malaria in the Returned Traveler

    150. Screening of the Asymptomatic Long-term Traveler

    151. Persistent Diarrhea in the Returned Traveler

    152. Skin Lesions in Returning Travelers

    153. Eosinophilia in Migrants and Returned Travelers: A Practical Approach

    154. Immigrant Medicine

    155. International Adoption

    156. Medical Tourism

    157. Transplant Patients and Tropical Diseases

    158. Delusional Parasitosis

    Part 11 - Laboratory Diagnosis of Parasitic

    159. General Principles

    159.1 Preparation of Samples for Morphologic Diagnosis of Parasites in Stool and Urine Specimens

    159.2 Examination of Blood, Other Body Fluids, Tissues, and Sputum

    Part 12: Drugs used in Tropical Medicine

    160. Albendazole

    161. Artemisinin

    162. Benznidazole

    163. Dapsone

    164. DEC

    165. Eflornithine

    166. Ivermectin

    167. Mebendazole

    168. Miltefosine

    169. Nifurtimox

    170. Nitazoxanide

    171. Pentamidine

    172. Pentavalent Antimony

    173. Praziquantel

       

  • 24700lei 205.00 lei

     

    The book compiles important clinical cases in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases for students and specialists concerning prevalent types of infections and their management. Contributors involved are well known locally, regionally and internationally.

    The book is designed to address undergraduate med students (Med I and Med II mainly). It serves as a reference for Med III and MED IV students, since it sheds light on a variety of infectious diseases tackling different types of microorganisms. All books currently available deal merely with medical microbiology in relation to Infectious diseases.

     

  • 34700lei 320.00 lei

     


    Description:

    Learn all the microbiology and basic immunology concepts you need to know for your courses and exams. Now fully revised and updated, Mims’ clinically relevant, systems-based approach and abundant colour illustrations make this complex subject easy to understand and remember.

    • Learn about infections in the context of major body systems and understand why these are environments in which microbes can establish themselves, flourish, and give rise to pathologic changes. This systems-based approach to microbiology employs integrated and case-based teaching that places the ‘bug parade’ into a clinical context.
    • Effectively review for problem-based courses with the help of chapter introductions and ‘Lessons in Microbiology’ text boxes that highlight the clinical relevance of the material, offer easy access to key concepts, and provide valuable review tools.
    • Approach microbiology by body system or by pathogen through the accompanying electronic ‘Pathogen Parade’ - a quickly searchable, cross-referenced glossary of viruses, bacteria and fungi
    • A new electronic ‘Vaccine Parade’ offers quick-reference coverage of the most commonly used vaccines in current clinical practice
    • Deepen your understanding of epidemiology and the important role it plays in providing evidence-based identification of key risk factors for disease and targets for preventative medicine.
    • Grasp and retain vital concepts easily, with a user-friendly colour coded format, succinct text, key concept boxes, and dynamic illustrations.
    • New and enhanced information reflects the growing importance of the human microbiota and latest molecular approaches
    • Access the complete contents on the go via the accompanying interactive eBook, with a range of bonus materials to enhance learning and retention - includes self-assessment materials and clinical cases to check your understanding and aid exam preparation.

    Table Of Contents:

    SECTION 1 THE ADVERSARIES - PATHOGENS

    1. Pathogens as parasites

    2. The bacteria

    3. The viruses

    4. The fungi

    5. The protozoa

    6. The helminths

    7. The arthropods

    8. Prions

    9. The host-parasite relationship

    SECTION 2 THE ADVERSARIES - HOST DEFENCES

    10.The innate defences of the body

    11. Adaptive immune responses bring specificity

    12. Cooperation leads to effective immune responses

    SECTION 3 THE CONFLICTS

    13. Background to the infectious diseases

    14. Entry, exit and transmission

    15. Immune defences in action

    16. Spread and replication

    17. Parasite survival strategies and persistent infections

    18. Pathological consequences of infection

    SECTION 4 CLINICAL MANIFESTATION AND DIAGNOSIS OF INFECTIONS BY BODY SYSTEM

    The clinical manifestations of infection

    19. Upper respiratory tract infections

    20. Lower respiratory tract infections

    21. Urinary tract infections

    22. Sexually transmitted infections

    23. Gastrointestinal tract infections

    24. Obstetric and perinatal infections

    25. Central nervous system infections

    26. Infections of the eye

    27. Infections of the skin, soft tissue, muscle and associated systems

    28. Vector-borne infections

    29. Multisystem zoonoses

    30. Fever of unknown origin

    31. Infections in the compromised host

    SECTION 5 DIAGNOSIS AND CONTROL

    32. Diagnosis of infection and assessment of host defence mechanisms

    33. Epidemiology and control of infectious diseases

    34. Attacking the enemy: antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy

    35. Protecting the host: vaccination

    36. Active, passive and adoptive immunotherapy

    37. Infection control

       

  • 33100lei 300.00 lei

     


    Description:

    Medical microbiology concerns the nature, distribution and activities of microbes and their impact on health and wellbeing. In spite of the introduction of many antimicrobial agents and immunisations, we continue to face major challenges in combatting infection, not least the gathering crisis in antimicrobial resistance.

    Now in a fully revised and updated 19th edition, Medical Microbiology provides comprehensive coverage of infection from the microbial perspective, combining a clear introduction to key principles with a focus explicitly geared to modern clinical practice. It provides ideal coverage for medical and biomedical students - with ‘Key Points’ boxes throughout to highlight the essentials - and sufficient detail to also inform specialists in training.

    Building on the success of previous editions, updates in Medical Microbiology 19e include:

    • New and expanded coverage of hot topics and emerging areas important to clinical practice, including:
      • Genomics
      • The Human Microbiome
      • Direct acting antiviral agents for the treatment of HCV infection
      • Molecular methods in diagnostic microbiology
      • Antibiotic Stewardship
    • A new and improved downloadable eBook (from studentconsult) - for anytime access to the complete contents plus BONUS interactive learning materials:
      • Clinical cases - to introduce how patients with infections present and help relate key principles to practice
      • MCQs for each chapter - to check understanding and aid exam preparation

    Table Of Contents:

    MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY, EIGHTEENTH NINETEENTH EDITION

    Section 1: Microbial Biology

    1. Microbiology and Medicine

    2. Morphology and Nature of Micro-Organisms

    3. Bacterial Identification and Systematics (Classification, Identification and Typing of Micro-organisms)

    4. Bacterial Growth, Physiology and Death

    5. Antimicrobial Agents and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing

    6. Bacterial Genetics

    7. Virus-Cell Interactions

    Section 2: Infection and Immunity

    8. Innate and Adaptive Immunity

    9. Immunity In Infection

    10. Bacterial Pathogenicity

    11. The Human Microbiome and the Natural History of Infection

    Section 3: Bacterial Pathogens and Associated Diseases

    12. Staphylococcus

    13. Streptococcus and Enterococcus

    14. Coryneform Bacteria, Listeria and Erysipelothrix

    15. Bacillus

    16. Shigella and Escherichia

    17. Salmonella

    18. Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Proteus and Other Enterobacteria

    19. Yersinia

    20. Campylobacter and Helicobacter

    21. Vibrio

    22. Pseudomonads and Non-Fermenters

    23. Haemophilus

    24. Bordetella

    25. Legionella

    26. Neisseria and Moraxella

    27. Mycobacterium

    28. Other Actinobacteria

    29. Clostridium

    30. Non-Sporing Anaerobes

    31. Brucella, Bartonella and Streptobacillus

    32. Treponema And Borrelia

    33. Leptospira: Leptospirosis; Weil's Disease

    34. Chlamydia

    35. Mycoplasmas

    36. Rickettsia, Orientia, Ehrlichia, Anaplasma and Coxiella

    Section 4: Viral Pathogens and Associated Diseases

    37. Adenoviruses

    38. Herpesviruses

    39. Poxviruses

    40. Papillomaviruses

    41. Polyomaviruses

    42. Hepadnaviruses

    43. Parvoviruses

    44. Picornaviruses

    45. Orthomyxoviruses

    46. Paramyxoviruses

    47. Arboviruses - Alphaviruses, Flaviviruses and Bunyaviruses

    48. Hepaciviruses

    49. Hepeviruses

    50. Arenaviruses and Filoviruses

    51. Reoviruses

    52. Retroviruses

    53. Caliciviruses and Astroviruses

    54. Coronaviruses

    55. Rhabdoviruses

    56. Togaviruses

    57. Prion Diseases

    Section 5: Fungal Pathogens, Parasitic Infections and Medical Entomology

    58. Fungi

    59. Protozoa

    60. Helminths

    61. Arthropods

    Section 6: Diagnosis, Treatment and Control of Infection

    62. Infective Syndromes

    63. Diagnostic Procedures

    64. Molecular Methods in Diagnostic Microbiology

    65. Management of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

    66. Epidemiology and Control of Community Infections

    67. Hospital Infection

    68. Immunization

       

  • 94500lei 800.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Recent years have brought many significant changes to the field of sleep apnea and snoring, and this revised 2nd Edition keeps you up to date with every effective intervention. Sleep Apnea and Snoring: Surgical and Non-Surgical Therapy, 2nd Edition, takes a focused, multidisciplinary approach to all sleep apnea and snoring related illnesses, making it an outstanding reference for surgery in this key area within otolaryngology. New chapters, new video clips, new techniques and procedures, and new contributing authors ensure that you’re completely up to date.

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Section A INTRODUCTION

    1. The role of the otolaryngologist and future perspectives in the treatment of snoring and obstructive sleep apnea

    Section B DIAGNOSIS

    2. Signs and symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea and upper airway resistance syndrome

    3. Airway evaluation in obstructive sleep apnea

    4. Clinical polysomnography

    5. Home Sleep Testing

    6. Drug-Induced Sleep Endoscopy (DISE)

    Section C NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT OF OSA/HS

    7. Obstructive sleep apnea: decision making and treatment algorithm

    8. CPAP, APAP and BIPAP

    9. Analysis of NCPAP failures

    10. Oral Appliance Therapy by the Otolaryngologist

    Section D SURGICAL TREATMENT OF OSA/HS

    11. Rationale and indications for surgical treatment

    12. The impact of surgical treatment of OSA on cardiac risk factors

    Section E ANESTHESIA FOR OSA/HS

    13. Perioperative monitoring in obstructive sleep apnea hypopnea syndrome

    14. Perioperative and anesthesia management

    Section F TREATMENT SELECTION

    15. Friedman tongue position and the staging of obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome

    16. Algorithm for Surgery: Palatopharyngoplasty First and Foremost

    17. Algorithm for Multilevel Treatment: Riley-Powell and Stanford Experience

    18. Lingual Tonsil Grading System

    19. The Effect of Oral Positioning on the Hypopharyngeal Airway

    20. Algorithm for Multilevel Treatment

    Section G NASAL SURGERY FOR THE TREATMENT OF OSA/HS

    21. Nasal obstruction and sleep- disordered breathing

    22. Minimally Invasive Nasal valve repair

    23. Plastic Surgery Techniques for Correction of Nasal Valve Collapse

    24. New Techniques in Nasal Valve Repair

    25. Inferior Turbinate Reduction

    Section H MINIMALLY INVASIVE PALATAL PROCEDURES

    26. Role of Laser Surgery in Treatment of OSA

    27. Cautery Assisted Palate Surgery and Anterior Palatoplasty

    28. Injection snoreplasty

    29. Sling Snoreplasty

    30. Elevoplasty

    31. Soft Palate Implants

    Section I PALATAL SURGERY

    32. Classic Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty

    33. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty - Patient Selection and Effects on the Airway

    34. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty - the Fairbanks technique

    35. Zetapalatopharyngoplasty (ZPP)

    36. The uvulopalatal flap

    37. Modified uvulopalatopharyngoplasty with uvula preservation

    38. Transpalatal advancement pharyngoplasty

    39. Expansion sphincter pharyngoplasty

    40. Lateral pharyngoplasty

    41. Barbed Snore Surgery, BSS

    Section J MINIMALLY INVASIVE HYPOPHARYNGEAL PROCEDURES

    42. Fundamentals of minimally invasive radiofrequency applications in ear, nose and throat medicine

    43. Radiofrequency tongue base reduction in sleep-disordered breathing

    44. Endoscopic Coblator Open Tongue Base Resection for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    45. A minimally invasive technique for tongue base stabilization

    46. Endoscopic coblation lingual tonsillectomy

    47. Electrical Stimulation

    48. Upper Airway Stimulation: Implanted Neurostimulation Device for Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    49. Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation: Targeted Neurostimulation Device for Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Section K HYPOPHARYNGEAL SURGERY

    50. Multilevel pharyngeal surgeryfor obstructive sleep apnea

    51. External Submucosal Glossectomy

    52. Genioglossus advancement in sleep apnea surgery

    53. Hyoid suspension

    54. Management of the Epiglottis

    55. Trans-Oral Robotic assisted Surgery (TORS) for OSA

    56. Multilevel surgery with/without genioglossal advancement

    Section L MAXILLOFACIAL SURGICAL TECHNIQUES

    57. Maxillofacial surgical techniques for hypopharyngeal obstruction in obstructive sleep apnea

    58. Modified maxillomandibular advancement technique

    59. Maxillary Distraction Osteogenesis with Palatal Implants for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Section M TRACHEOSTOMY FOR OSAHS

    60. Tracheostomy for sleep apnea

    61. Speech-ready, long-term tube-free tracheostomy for obstructive sleep apnea

    Section N POSTOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT AND COMPLICATIONS

    62. The postoperative management of OSA patients after uvulopalatopharyngoplasty. Inpatient or outpatient?

    63. Multi-modality management of nasopharyngeal stenosis following uvulopalatopharyngoplasty

    64. Current techniques for the treatment of velopharyngeal insufficiency

    65. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty: analysis of failure

    66. Salvage of failed palate procedures for sleep-disordered breathing

    67. Revision uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP) by Z-palatoplasty (ZPP)

    Section O PEDIATRIC OSAHS

    68. Management of sleep-related breathing disorders in children

    69. Evaluation and Management of Persistent Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    70. Current techniques of adenoidectomy

    71. Intracapsular Microdebrider-assisted and Coblation tonsillectomy

    72. Laryngomalacia

    73. Drug Induced Sleep Endoscopy for Children

    74. Prevention and Correction of Pediatric OSA and Post-T&A Relapse: A Non-surgical Orthodontic Approach

    Section P FUTURE OF OSA TREATMENT

    75. Innovations in Surgical Treatment of OSA

       

     

  • Endoscopic Surgery of the Orbit
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    84500lei 765.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Endoscopic orbital procedures are at the forefront of today’s multidisciplinary patient care and team approach to problem-solving. Endoscopic Surgery of the Orbit offers state-of-the-art, expert guidance on minimally invasive orbit techniques that promise a more streamlined approach to comprehensive patient care, improved patient satisfaction, and superior outcomes. This unique resource reflects the contemporary, unparalleled partnership between otolaryngology, neurosurgery, and ophthalmology that often also includes a cohesive team of clinicians from many other specialties.

    Table Of Contents:

     


    PART 1: Perspectives and Evolution in Techniques, 1
    1 Endoscopic Orbital Surgery: The Rhinologist’s
    Perspective, 2
    2 Endoscopic Orbital Surgery: The
    Ophthalmologists’ Perspective: Formation of
    the Ophthalmology-Otolaryngology Team, 6
    3 Endoscopic Orbital Surgery: The Neurosurgeon’s
    Perspective, 10
    PART 2: Evaluation, Anatomy, and Imaging, 17
    4 Surgical Anatomy of the Orbit, Including the
    Intraconal Space, 18
    5 Surgical Anatomy of the Nose, Septum,
    and Sinuses, 28
    6 Rhinologic Evaluation in Orbital and Lacrimal
    Disease, 36
    7 Ophthalmologic Evaluation in Orbital
    and Lacrimal Disease, 41
    8 Neuro-Ophthalmologic Evaluation
    and Testing, 49
    9 Radiologic Evaluation of the Orbit: Computed
    Tomography and Magnetic Resonance
    Imaging, 68
    10 Optimizing Visualization and Localization
    During Endoscopic Orbital Surgery, 79
    PART 3: Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction and Endoscopic-DCR, 82
    11 Evaluation and Management of Congenital
    Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction, 83
    12 Evaluation and Management of Acquired
    Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction, 89
    13 Endoscopic Dacrocystorhinostomy, 94
    14 Endonasal Dacryocystorhinostomy With Mucosal
    Flaps, 99
    15 Revision Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy
    and Conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy, 105
    16 Endoscopic Management of Pediatric
    Nasolacrimal Obstruction, 113
    17 Outcomes of Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy
    Enhancing the Patency of the Rhinostomy, 118
    PART 4: Endoscopic Orbital and Optic Nerve Decompression, 121
    18 Thyroid Eye Disease, 122
    19 Surgical Indications and Outcomes of Orbital
    Decompression Surgery, 132
    20 Endoscopic Orbital Decompression, 135
    21 Endoscopic Optic Nerve Decompression:
    Intracanalicular Portion, 141
    22 Complications in Endoscopic Orbital Surgery, 149
    23 Postoperative Care of the Endoscopic Orbital
    Decompression Patient, 153
    Part 5: Endoscopic Intraorbital Surgery and Tumor Resection, 156
    24 Endoscopic Endonasal Approaches to the Orbit
    and Skull Base in the Coronal Plane, 157
    25 Intraorbital Pathology (Tumors) and
    Management Strategies, 164
    26 Orbital Apex Surgery and Tumor Removal, 175
    27 Management of Intraconal Hemangioma:
    Techniques and Outcomes, 184
    28 Fibro-Osseous Lesions of the Orbit and Optic
    Canal, 189
    29 Endoscopic Orbital Exenteration, 201
    PART 6: Transorbital Techniques, 207
    30 Endoscopic Subperiosteal Abscess
    Drainage, 208
    31 Transorbital Techniques to Frontal Sinus
    Diseases, 212
    32 Endoscopic Management of Mucoceles With
    Significant Orbital Involvement, 216
    33 Endoscopic Orbital Fracture Repair, 221
    PART 7: Intracranial/Skull Base Surgery and the Optic Apparatus, 227
    34 Surgical Anatomy of the Optic Nerves and
    Chiasm, 228
    35 Transcranial Approaches to the Optic
    Apparatus, 233
    36 Endoscopic Endonasal Approaches to the Optic
    Apparatus: Technique and Pathology, 249
    37 Reconstructive Techniques in Endoscopic Skull
    Base and Orbital Surgery, 259
    38 Transorbital Endoscopic and Neuroendoscopic
    Surgery, 267
    39 Complications in Endoscopic Skull Base
    Surgery, 276
    40 Neuromonitoring in Endoscopic Skull Base
    Surgery, 281

       

     

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    Description:

     


    Highly visual and uniquely convenient, Pediatric Dermatology DDX Deck, 3rd Edition, Is the quickest, easiest way to compare and contrast 164 of the most common pediatric dermatologic diagnoses. Each card in this swatch-style deck includes full-color images and information about a particular diagnosis, as well as cross-references (DDx refs) to other potential diagnoses. Designed with the busy practitioner in mind, it’s the perfect pocket-sized reference for front-line pediatric dermatologic diagnosis.

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    SECTION 1: BLISTERS (VESICLES AND BULLAE)

    1 Herpes simplex infections
    2 Varicella and herpes zoster
    3 Hand, foot, and mouth disease
    4 Impetigo and ecthyma
    5 Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS)
    6 Linear IgA dermatosis
    7 Dermatitis herpetiformis (DH)
    8 Pemphigus
    9 Pemphigoid
    10 Epidermolysis bullosa, non-scarring
    11 Epidermolysis bullosa, scarring
    12 Epidermolytic ichthyosis
    13 Incontinentia pigmenti
    14 Diffuse cutaneous mastocytosis
    15 Sucking blisters
    16 Miliaria
    17 Bullous drug reactions
    SECTION 2: MUCOSAL EROSIONS (BLISTER BASES)
    18 Aphthous ulcers
    19 Geographic tongue
    20 Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN)
    21 Mycoplasma-induced rash and mucositis (MIRM)
    22 Mucosal erosions in immunobullous and hereditary bullous diseases
    SECTION 3: PUSTULAR LESIONS
    23 Erythema toxicum and transient neonatal pustular melanosis
    24 Infantile acropustulosis
    25 Folliculitis
    26 Acne and periorificial dermatitis
    27 Pyoderma gangrenosum
    28 Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP)
    SECTION 4: RED PAPULES AND NODULES
    29 Furunculosis and cellulitis
    30 Necrotizing fasciitis
    31 Mycobacterial infections
    32 Viral exanthems
    33 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome
    34 Scarlet fever
    35 Kawasaki disease
    36 DRESS syndrome
    37 Cutaneous larva migrans
    38 Papular urticaria and spider bites
    39 Scabies
    40 Syphilis
    41 Erythema multiforme (EM)
    42 Fixed drug eruptions
    43 Morbilliform and urticarial drug eruptions
    44 Erythema nodosum (EN)
    45 Panniculitis
    46 Dermatofibromas
    47 Keloids and hypertrophic scars
    48 Angiofibromas
    49 Congenital self-healing reticulohistiocytosis (CSHR)
    50 Malignant tumors
    SECTION 5: FLAT VASCULAR LESIONS, BLANCHING
    51 Mottling
    52 Cutis marmorata telangiectasia congenita (CMTC)
    53 Livedo reticularis
    54 Urticaria and dermographism
    55 Port-wine stains and nevus simplex
    56 Vascular spiders
    57 Neonatal lupus erythematosus
    SECTION 6: RAISED BLANCHING VASCULAR LESIONS
    58 Hemangiomas
    59 Diffuse neonatal hemangiomatosis
    60 Tufted angiomas
    61 Hemangioendothelioma
    62 Pyogenic granuloma
    63 Lymphatic malformations
    64 Venous malformations
    SECTION 7: NON-BLANCHING VASCULAR LESIONS (PETECHIAE AND PURPURA)
    65 Vasculitis (Henoch-Schönlein purpura)
    66 Periarteritis nodosa
    67 Pernio
    68 Progressive pigmented purpura (PPP)
    SECTION 8: PAPULOSQUAMOUS ERUPTIONS
    69 Pityriasis rosea (PR)
    70 Psoriasis
    71 Pityriasis lichenoides
    72 Lichen planus (LP) and lichen nitidus
    73 Pityriasis rubra pilaris (PRP)
    74 Lichen striatus
    75 Porokeratosis of Mibelli
    76 Lupus erythematosus (LE)
    77 Dermatomyositis
    78 Ichthyosis
    79 Darier’s disease (keratosis follicularis)
    80 Tinea (dermatophyte infections)
    SECTION 9: ECZEMATOUS DISORDERS (RED WITH DISRUPTION OF SKIN SURFACE)
    81 Atopic dermatitis (AD)
    82 Allergic contact dermatitis (ACD)
    83 Juvenile plantar dermatosis
    84 Nummular dermatitis
    85 Seborrheic dermatitis
    86 Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH)
    87 Diaper dermatitis
    88 Intertrigo
    89 Candidiasis
    90 Perianal cellulitis
    91 Acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE)
    SECTION 10: SKIN-COLORED PAPULES AND NODULES WITH A ROUGH SURFACE
    92 Warts
    93 Epidermal nevi
    94 Keratosis pilaris (KP)
    95 Corns and calluses
    SECTION 11: SKIN-COLORED PAPULES AND NODULES WITH A SMOOTH SURFACE
    96 Molluscum contagiosum
    97 Milia and sebaceous hyperplasia
    98 Epidermal cysts
    99 Dermoid cysts
    100 Pilomatricoma and trichoepithelioma
    101 Granuloma annulare
    102 Neurofibroma and lipomas
    103 Piezogenic papules
    104 Sweat gland tumors
    SECTION 12: WHITE LESIONS
    105 Post-inflammatory hypopigmentation and pityriasis alba
    106 Vitiligo
    107 Lichen sclerosus (LS)
    108 Morphea
    109 Halo nevus
    110 Nevus depigmentosus and linear and whorled nevoid hypomelanosis (LWNH-Blaschkoid hypomelanosis-hypomelanosis of Ito)
    111 Nevus anemicus
    112 Ash leaf macules
    113 Piebaldism
    114 Waardenburg syndrome (WS)
    115 Oculocutaneous albinism (OCA)
    116 Tinea versicolor
    SECTION 13: FLAT BROWN LESIONS
    117 Mongolian spots
    118 Nevus of Ota
    119 Café-au-lait macules (CALMs)
    120 Freckles
    121 Lentigines
    122 Nevus spilus
    123 Junctional nevi
    124 Becker’s nevus
    125 Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
    126 Mosaic hyperpigmentation
    SECTION 14: RAISED BROWN LESIONS
    127 Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN)
    128 Intradermal melanocytic nevi
    129 Melanoma
    130 Pilar and smooth muscle hamartomas
    131 Mastocytosis
    132 Benign cephalic histiocytosis
    133 Acanthosis nigricans (AN)
    134 Confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (CARP)
    SECTION 15: YELLOW LESIONS
    135 Nevus sebaceus
    136 Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG)
    137 Necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum (NLD)
    138 Focal dermal hypoplasia
    SECTION 16: CONGENITAL CIRCUMSCRIBED HAIR LOSS
    139 Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC)
    140 Congenital triangular alopecia
    SECTION 17: ACQUIRED CIRCUMSCRIBED HAIR LOSS
    141 Alopecia areata (AA)
    142 Tinea capitis and kerion
    143 Traction alopecia and hair pulling
    SECTION 18: CONGENITAL DIFFUSE HAIR LOSS
    144 Ectodermal dysplasias (ED)
    145 Hair shaft defects
    146 Congenital atrichia with papules
    SECTION 19: ACQUIRED DIFFUSE HAIR LOSS
    147 Telogen and anagen effluvium
    SECTION 20: THICKENED NAILS
    148 Congenital malalignment of the great toe
    149 Pachyonychia congenita (PC)
    150 Ectodermal dysplasia (nails)
    151 Median nail dystrophy
    152 Trachyonychia (20 nail dystrophy)
    153 Psoriasis nails
    154 Lichen planus nails
    SECTION 21: THIN, SLOW-GROWING, OR LOSS OF NAIL
    155 Ectodermal dysplasia and nail-patella syndrome
    SECTION 22: PITTED LESIONS
    156 Ear pits and lip pits
    157 Pitted keratolysis
    SECTION 23: INVOLVEMENT OF PALMS AND SOLES
    158 Palmoplantar keratodermas (PPK)
    SECTION 24: PHOTODISTRIBUTION (SUN-INDUCED LESIONS)
    159 Sunburn
    160 Phytophotodermatitis
    161 Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE)
    162 Erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP)
    SECTION 25: ANNULAR ARRANGEMENTS
    163 Annular arrangement
    SECTION 26: LINEAR OR CURVILINEAR ARRANGEMENTS
    164 Linear or curvilinear arrangement

       

     

  • 1,33900lei 1110.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Depend on Hinman’s for up-to-date, authoritative guidance covering the entire scope of urologic surgery. Regarded as the most authoritative surgical atlas in the field, Hinman's Atlas of Urologic Surgery, 4th Edition, by Drs. Joseph A. Smith, Jr., Stuart S. Howards, Glenn M. Preminger, and Roger R. Dmochowski, provides highly illustrated, step-by-step guidance on minimally invasive and open surgical procedures, new surgical systems and equipment, and laparoscopic and robotic techniques. New chapters keep you up to date, and all-new commentaries provide additional insight from expert surgeons.

    Features:

    • Provides access to procedural videos online, including Percutaneous Renal Cryotherapy, Greenlight Photovaporization of the Prostate, Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate, Cryoablation of a Renal Tumor, and Sling Procedures in Women.
    • Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, videos, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    New To This Edition:

    • Features 10 new chapters, including Radical Cystectomy in the Male, Robotic Urinary Diversion, Laparoscopic and Robotic Simple Prostatectomy, Transrectal Ultrasound-Directed Prostate Biopsy, Transperineal Prostate Biopsy, Prostate Biopsy with MRI Fusion, Focal Therapies in the Treatment of Prostate Cancer, Brachy Therapy, Male Urethral Sling, and Botox Injection for Urologic Conditions.
    • Includes new commentaries in every chapter from today’s leading urologists.
    • Offers a step-by-step incremental approach, highlighted by new illustrations, photos, and images.
    • Keeps you current with significant revisions to all female sling chapters, urethroplasty chapters, and more.
    • Helps you find what you need quickly with a clear, easy-to-use format - now reorganized to make navigation even easier.

    Table Of Contents:

    I. Surgical Basics

    1. Surgical Basics

    2. Suture Techniques

    3. Reconstructive Techniques

    4. Bowel Stapling and Closure Techniques

    5. Methods of Nerve Block

    6. Basic Laparoscopy

    7. Basics of Robotic Surgery

    II. Kidney: Excision

    8. Surgical Approaches for Open Renal Surgery, Including Open Radical Nephrectomy

    9. Open Partial Nephrectomy

    10. Open and Laparoscopic Nephroureterectomy

    11. Vena Caval Thrombectomy

    12. Laparoscopic Nephrectomy

    13. Laparoscopic and Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy

    14. Percutaneous Resection of Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma

    III. Kidney: Reconstruction

    15. Open Pyeloplasty

    16. Surgery of the Horseshoe Kidney

    17. Repair of Renal Injuries

    18. Surgery for Renal Vascular Disease and Principles of Vascular Repair

    19. Renal Transplant Recipient

    20. Endoscopic Management of Ureteral Strictures

    21. Percutaneous Endopyeloplasty

    22. Laparoscopic and Robotic Pyeloplasty

    23. Laparoscopic Live Donor Nephrectomy

    24. Open Stone Surgery: Anatrophic Nephrolothotomy and Pyelolithotomy

    IV. Endoscopic and Precutaneous Renal Surgery

    25. Anatomic Basis for Renal Endoscopy

    26. Percutaneous Renal Access

    27. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

    28. Laparoscopic Access

    29. Renal Cryosurgery

    30. Renal Radiofrequency Ablation

    V. Adrenal Excision

    31. Robotic, Laparoscopic, and Open Approaches to the Adrenal Gland (Benign)

    32. Robotic, Laparoscopic, and Open Approaches to the Adrenal Gland (Malignant)

    VI. Ureteral Reconstruction and Excision

    33. Ureteroneocystostomy

    34. Bladder Flap Repair (Boari)

    35. Ureteral Stricture Repair and Ureterolysis

    36. Ureteroureterstomy and Transureteroureterostomy

    37. Ileal Ureteral Replacement

    38. Ureterolithotomy

    39. Endoscopic Management of Vesicoureteral Reflux

    VII. Endoscopic Ureteral Surgery

    40. Ureteroscopic Instrumentation

    41. Ureteroscopic Management of Ureteral Calculi

    42. Ureteroscopic Management of Renal Calculi

    43. Ureteroscopic Endopyelotomy and Endoureterotomy

    44. Ureteroscopic Management of Upper Tract Urothelial

    Carcinoma

    45. Endoscopic Incision of Ureteroceles

    VIII. Bladder: Excision

    46. Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumors,

    47. Partial Cystectomy

    48. Radical Cystectomy in Male Patients

    49. Radical Cystectomy in Female Patients

    50. Urethrectomy

    51. Pelvic Lymphadenectomy

    52. Excision of Vesical Diverticulum

    53. Cystolithotomy

    54. Laparoscopic/Robotic Radical Cystectomy

    IX. Continent Reconstruction

    55. Ileocecal Reservoir

    56. Appendicovesicostomy

    57. Ureterosigmoidostomy and Mainz Pouch II

    58. Ileal Orthotopic Bladder Substitution

    59. Robotic Urinary Diversion

    X. Bladder Augmentation

    60. Ileocystoplasty

    61. Colocystoplasty

    62. Ureterocystoplasty

    XI. Vesicovaginal Fistula Repair

    63. Transvaginal Repair of Vesicovaginal Fistula

    64. Transvesical Repair of Vesicovaginal Fistula

    65. Transperitoneal Vesicovaginal Fistula Repair

    66. Female Vesical Neck Closure

    XII. Prostate: Benign

    67. Transurethral Resection and Transurethral Incision of the Prostate

    68. Laser Treatment of Benign Prostatic Disease

    69. Suprapubic Prostatectomy

    70. Retropubic Prostatectomy

    71. Laparoscopic and Robotic Simple Prostatectomy

    XIII. Prostate: Malignancy

    72. Anatomy and Principles of Excision of the Prostate

    73. Transrectal Ultrasound-Directed Prostate Biopsy

    74. Transperineal Prostate Biopsy

    75. Prostate Biopsy With MR Fusion

    76. Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy

    77. Radical Perineal Prostatectomy

    78. Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection

    79. Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy

    80. Cryotherapy

    81. Focal Therapies in the Treatment of Prostate Cancer

    82. Brachytherapy

    XIV. Female Genital Reconstruction

    83. Vaginal Reconstruction

    84. Urethrovaginal Fistula Repair

    85. Bulbocavernosus Muscle and Fat Pad Supplement

    86. Female Urethral Diverticulum

    87. Female Urethral Reconstruction

    88. Urethral Prolapse-Caruncle

    89. Anterior Pelvic Organ Prolapse Repair

    90. Enterocele Repair

    91. Rectocele Repair

    XV. Urethral: Reconstruction

    92. Reconstruction of the Fossa Navicularis

    93. Reconstruction of Strictures of the Penile Urethra

    94. Reconstruction of Strictures of the Bulbar Urethra

    95. Reconstruction of Pelvic Fracture Urethral Distraction Defect

    96. York–Mason Closure of Rectourinary Fistula in the Male

    97. Direct Vision Internal Urethrotomy

    XVI. Urethral Sphincteric Procedures

    98. Autologous Pubovaginal Sling

    99. Tension-Free Vaginal Tape/Suprapubic Midurethral Sling

    100. Transobturator Midurethral Sling

    101. Bulking Agents for Incontinence

    102. Artificial Urinary Sphincter

    103. Male Urethral Sling

    104. Neuromodulation

    105. Botox Injection for Urologic Conditions

    XVII. Testis: Repair and Reconstruction

    106. Testis Biopsy

    107. Sperm Retrieval

    108. Varicocele Ligation

    109. Simple Orchiectomy

    110. Vasectomy

    111. Vasovasostomy and Vasoepididymostomy

    112. Spermatocelectomy

    113. Epididymectomy

    114. Undescended Testis

    115. Reduction of Testicular Torsion

    XVIII. Testis: Malignancy

    116. Testis-Sparing Surgery for Benign and Malignant Tumors

    117. Radical Orchiectomy

    118. Retroperitoneal Lymph Node Dissection

    119. Laparoscopic and Robotic Retroperitoneal Lymph Node Dissection

    XIX. Penis: Correction and Reconstruction

    120. Circumcision and Dorsal Slit or Preputioplasty Circumcision

    121. Penile Curvature in Pediatric Patients

    122. Hidden Penis

    123. Insertion of Semirigid Penile Prostheses

    124. Inflatable Penile Prosthesis Implantation

    125. Penile Arterial Revascularization

    126. Procedures for Peyronie Disease

    127. Operations for Priapism

    128. Repair of Genital Injuries

    XX. Penis: Hypospadias

    129. Pediatric Meatotomy and Distal Reconstruction

    130. Repair of Proximal Hypospadias

    XXI. Penis: Malignancy

    131. Partial Penectomy

    132. Total Penectomy

    133. Ilioinguinal Lymphadenectomy

    134. Laser Treatment of the Penis

       

     

  • 46200lei 440.00 lei

     

    Description:

    With new and updated questions based on Campbell-Walsh-Wein Urology 12th Edition content, this comprehensive review covers all the core material you need to know for board exam preparation and MOC exams. From basic science underpinnings to the most recent developments in medical and surgical care, more than 3,000 questions with detailed answers help you master the most important elements in urology. The high-yield, bulleted format and identical chapter structure as the parent text are designed for efficient, effective, targeted review-providing exactly the information you need for exam success.

    Table Of Contents:

    Section I Clinical Decision Making

    1. Evaluation of the Urologic Patient: History, Physical Examination, and Urinalysis

    Glenn S. Gerber and Charles Brendler

    2. Urinary Tract Imaging: Basic Principles of CT, MRI, and Plain Film

    Jay T. Bishoff and Art R. Rastinehad

    3. Urinary Tract Imaging: Basic Principles of Urologic Ultrasound

    Bruce R. Gilbert and Pat F. Fulgham

    4. Outcomes Research

    Mark S. Litwin and Jonathan Bergman

    Section II Basics of Urologic Surgery

    5. Core Principles of Perioperative Care

    Manish A. Vira and Joph Steckel

    6. Fundamentals of Urinary Tract Drainage

    Thomas Tailly and John D. Denstedt

    7. Principles of Urologic Endoscopy

    Brian Duty and Michael Joseph Conlin

    8. Percutaneous Approaches to the Upper Urinary Tract Collecting System

    J. Stuart Wolf Jr.

    9. Evaluation and Management of Hematuria

    Stephen A. Boorjian, Jay D. Raman and Daniel A. Barocas

    10. Fundamentals of Laparoscopic and Robotic Urologic Surgery

    Michael Ordon and Jaime Landman

    11. Basic Energy Modalities in Urologic Surgery

    Manoj Monga, Shubha De and Bodo Knudsen

    Section III Infections and Imflammation

    12. Infections of the Urinary Tract

    Anthony J. Schaeffer, Richard S. Matulewicz and David James Klumpp

    13. Inflammatory and Pain Conditions of the Male Genitourinary Tract: Prostatitis and Related Pain Conditions, Orchitis, and Epididymitis

    J. Curtis Nickel

    14. Bladder Pain Syndrome (Interstitial Cystitis) and Related Disorders

    Philip Hanno

    15. Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Michel Arthur Pontari

    16. Cutaneous Diseases of the External Genitalia

    Richard Edward Link and Theodore Rosen

    17. Tuberculosis and Parasitic Infections of the Genitourinary Tract

    Alicia H. Chang, Brian G. Blackburn and Michael H. Hsieh

    Section IV Molecular and Cellular Biology

    18. Basic Principles of Immunology and Immunotherapy in Urologic Oncology

    Charles G. Drake

    19. Molecular Genetics and Cancer Biology

    Mark L. Gonzalgo, Karen Sandell Sfanos and Alan Meeker

    20. Principles of Tissue Engineering

    Anthony Atala

    Section V Reproductive and Sexual Function

    21. Surgical, Radiographic, and Endoscopic Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System

    Parviz K. Kavoussi

    22. Male Reproductive Physiology

    Paul Turek

    23. Integrated Men's Health: Androgen Deficiency, Cardiovascular Risk, and Metabolic Syndrome

    J Kellogg Parsons and Tung-Chin Hsieh

    24. Male Infertility

    Craig Stuart Niederberger

    25. Surgical Management of Male Infertility

    Marc Goldstein

    26. Physiology of Penile Erection and Pathophysiology of Erectile Dysfunction

    Tom F. Lue

    27. Evaluation and Management of Erectile Dysfunction

    Arthur L. Burnett II

    28. Priapism

    Gregory A. Broderick

    29. Disorders of Male Orgasm and Ejaculation

    Chris G. McMahon

    30. Surgery for Erectile Dysfunction

    J. Francois Eid

    31. Diagnosis and Management of Peyronie’s Disease

    Laurence A. Levine and Stephen Larsen

    32. Sexual Function and Dysfunction in the Female

    Alan W. Shindel and Irwin Goldstein

    Section VI Male Genitalia

    33. Surgical, Radiographic, and Endoscopic Anatomy of the Retroperitoneum

    Drew A. Palmer and Alireza Moinzadeh

    34. Neoplasms of the Testis

    Andrew J. Stephenson and Timothy D. Gilligan

    35. Surgery of Testicular Tumors

    Kevin R. Rice, K. Clint Cary, Timothy A. Masterson and Richard Foster

    36. Laparoscopic and Robotic Retroperitoneal Lymphadenectomy for Testicular Tumors

    Mohamad E. Allaf and Louis R. Kavoussi

    37. Tumors of the Penis

    Curtis A. Pettaway, Juanita M. Crook and Lance C. Pagliaro

    38. Tumors of the Urethra

    David S. Sharp and Kenneth W. Angermeier

    39. Inguinal Node Dissection

    Kenneth W. Angermeier, Rene Sotelo and David S. Sharp

    40. Surgery for Benign Disorders of the Penis and Urethra

    Kurt A. McCammon

    41. Surgery of the Scrotum and Seminal Vesicles

    Frank Andrew Celigoj and Raymond A. Costabile

    Section VII Renal Physiology and Pathophysiology

    42. Surgical, Radiographic, and Endoscopic Anatomy of the Kidney and Ureter

    Sero Andonian and Mohamed Aly Elkoushy

    43. Physiology and Pharmacology of the Renal Pelvis and Ureter

    Robert M. Weiss and Darryl T. Martin

    44. Renal Physiology and Pathophysiology

    Daniel Shoskes and Alan W. McMahon

    45. Renovascular Hypertension and Ischemic Nephropathy

    Frederick A. Gulmi

    46. Etiology, Pathogenesis, and Management of Renal Failure

    David A. Goldfarb, Emilio D. Poggio and Sevag Demirjian

    47. Renal Transplantation

    Hans Albin Gritsch and Jeremy Matthew Blumberg

    Section VIII Upper Urinary Tract Obstruction and Trauma

    48. Pathophysiology of Urinary Tract Obstruction

    Kirstan Meldrum

    49. Management of Upper Urinary Tract Obstruction

    Stephen Y. Nakada and Sara L. Best

    50. Upper Urinary Tract Trauma

    Richard A. Santucci and Mang L. Chen

    Section IX Urinary Lithiasis and Endourology

    51. Urinary Lithiasis: Etiology, Epidemiology, and Pathogenesis

    Margaret S. Pearle, Jodi A. Antonelli and Yair Lotan

    52. Evaluation and Medical Management of Urinary Lithiasis

    Michael Lipkin, Michael N. Ferrandino and Glenn M. Preminger

    53. Strategies for Non-Medical Management of Upper Urinary Tract Calculi

    David A. Leavitt, Jean J.M.C.H. de la Rosette and David M. Hoenig

    54. Surgical Management for Upper Urinary Tract Calculi

    Brian R. Matlaga, Amy Elizabeth Krambeck and James E. Lingeman

    55. Lower Urinary Tract Calculi

    Brian M. Benway and Sam B. Bhayani

    Section X Neoplasms of the Upper Urinary Tract

    56. Benign Renal Tumors

    Vitaly Margulis, Jose A. Karam, Surena F. Matin and Christopher G. Wood

    57. Malignant Renal Tumors

    Steven C. Campbell and Brian R. Lane

    58. Urothelial Tumors of the Upper Urinary Tract and Ureter

    Armine K. Smith, Surena F. Matin and Thomas W. Jarrett

    59. Retroperitoneal Tumors

    Philippe E. Spiess, Dan Leibovici and Louis L. Pisters

    60. Open Surgery of the Kidney

    Aria F. Olumi, Mark A. Preston and Michael L. Blute Sr.

    61. Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery of the Kidney

    Michael J. Schwartz, Soroush Rais-Bahrami and Louis R. Kavoussi