Category Archives: Libros en Inglés
The first ‘boke’ of paediatrics printed in English was written by Thomas Phaire (1510–1560), a man from East Anglia who studied medicine at Oxford University. The book had 56 pages, measured 3 7/8 inches (9.8cm) by 2 5/8 inches (6.7cm), and covered ‘innumerable passions & diseases, wherunto the bodye of man is subiecte, and as well moste commonly the tender age of chyldren is chefely vexed and greued with these diseases folowyng. Apostume of the brayne, swellyng of the head.
Global Diagnosis is a story of mentorship and friendship. We fi rst met when Jeff was a dental student and Bill was a full-time faculty member, so our relationship started as a student/mentor relationship.
Jeff completed a 2-year general practice residency and returned to full-time private practice in San Antonio. After a few years in practice, Jeff urged Bill to leave academics and to join Jeff ’s practice. That is when our friendship began.
We practiced together for several years, and professionally it was a very rich time for both of us.
Human Brain Theory: Information-commutation device of the brain and principles of its work and modeling
The reviewed text is absolutely original and the author’s spirit hovers at such a height of integrative speculations that any attempts to juxtapose it with previous individual or team generalizations would be unproductive. The author is original and inimitable regarding his key idea; though some of the European and American projects exhibit vertical integrative approaches top-down from global concepts to important details, Andrey Bryukhovetskiy resolutely turns away from the approach in neurobiology nicknamed as “dictatorship of details”.
The relationship between stress and skin disorders has long been recognized. It is commonly believed that many inflammatory skin diseases including psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, acne and rosacea are exacerbated by stress. A number of clinical studies suggest that this is true although difficulties in appropriate controls and various confounding variables make this conclusion less than absolute. Nonetheless, there is extensive evidence from animal models that various forms of stress can exacerbate certain inflammatory dermatoses, lead to mast cell degranulation and result in faster growth of immunogenic transplantable malignancies.
The fact that you are reading this page tells me you are interested in going back to school. That is a great start! I hope you take the time to read this book and make a commitment to further your education. The path ahead will have its share of challenges; however, it will also expose you to some amazing faculty and colleagues, open doors to unique opportunities, and encourage you to look at health care and nursing through a different lens. What you learn from these pages will help make your journey a memorable one.
The purpose of this text is to provide mental health professionals with an understanding of treatment issues unique to children and families who have become involved in the foster care system or children who have been adopted from the foster care system. This text is written for therapists working in multiple settings, including private practice, school settings, child welfare agencies, community mental health, or even juvenile institutions and prisons.
CHAPTER 1 DENTAL DETECTIVES
2 THE EVIDENCE, THE FORENSIC DENTIST AND DENTAL ANALYSIS
3 RECOGNITION, RECOVERY AND ANALYSIS OF BITE MARK EVIDENCE
4 DNA AND FORENSIC ODONTOLOGY
5 PHYSICAL ABUSE AND FORENSIC DENTISTRY: THE DIAGNOSIS OF VIOLENCE
6 DENTAL INVESTIGATIONS IN MASS DISASTER INCIDENTS
7 THE USE OF DIGITAL IMAGING IN HUMAN IDENTIFICATION
1. Cardiovascular Diseases
2. Pulmonary Diseases
3. Gastrointestinal Diseases
4. Hepatobiliary Disorders
5. Hematologic Diseases
6. Rheumatologic & Autoimmune Disorders
7. Endocrine Disorders
8. Infectious Diseases
9. Oncologic Diseases
10. Fluid, Acid–Base, and Electrolyte Disorders
11. Genitourinary and Renal Disorders
12. Neurologic Diseases
14. Psychiatric Disorders
Guide to understanding basic and applied scientific information, for those who’ve had not formal training in biology. Includes more than 150 illustrations, a pronunciation guide, selftests, and reviews.
Autor: Dale Layman
This is an excellent overview of the basic physiology and clinical aspects of endocrinology for trainees. The size of the book and the wellwritten text, supported by visual aids, make this a convenient book to read and develop a beginning foundation in endocrinology.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Hormones and Hormone Action.
David G. Gardner, MD, Mark Anderson, MD, PhD and Robert Nissenson, PhD
Chapter 2. Endocrine Autoimmunity.
Juan Carlos Jaume, MD
Chapter 3. Evidence-Based Endocrinology.
This clinically relevant anatomy flash card set is based on the concepts and full-color images in Moore’s Clinically Oriented Anatomy. The card set is a convenient, portable study tool for gross anatomy courses, exam preparation, clinical anatomy review during clerkships, and dental and allied health students.
Organized and color-coded using the regional approach of Clinically Oriented Anatomy, the cards feature descriptions of structures, concise versions of the text’s clinical “Blue Boxes,” and correlating images.
Netter’s Orthopaedic Clinical Examination: An Evidence Based Approach – Joshua Cleland, Shane Koppenhaver
Netter’s Orthopaedic Clinical Examination: An EvidenceBased Approach, by Joshua Cleland and Shane Koppenhaver, helps you apply best practices to get the most clinically significant information from each physical examination. Classic Netter artwork and anatomy/biomechanics tables provide a handy anatomy and pathophysiology overview, while an evidencebased approach helps you focus on the examination techniques, tests, and measures that have been proven to yield the most meaningful diagnostic findings.
This is a multi-authored textbook that is simple, practical, and up-to-date and supported by instructional videos for cosmetic procedures that can be performed in an office setting. The focus of the book is on fillers, neurotoxins, and various laser, broad band light, radio-frequency, and ultrasound devices that are currently being used or about to be released. It also covers suture suspension lifts, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion. There are supporting chapters on various local, topical, nerve-blocking, and sedation anesthetic techniques that are typically used in an office setting. The book’s format and contents are a bold departure from many textbooks. In addition to chapters discussing the theory behind the products and chapters reviewing categories of products or devices that provide the reader with an overview and some comparative discussion, there are short sections for each individual popular branded type of product. The book is useful for both experienced practitioners interested in the latest trends around the world and those who are starting out or are simply interested in adding new procedures to a practice that already includes certain cosmetic procedures.
The Atlas of Human Anatomy by Frank H. Netter, MD, has been the pinnacle of demonstrating the anatomy of the human body for generations of students. To those who would wish to perform or understand surgical procedures, however, there has been no direct link between the beautiful images created by Dr. Netter and the surgical procedures being performed. In Netter’s Surgical Anatomy and Approaches, we try to address a request by many Netter users to tie these anatomical diagrams to the procedures they perform.
This book presents the curriculum of basic and common general surgical procedures in chapters that portray the relevant anatomy for each procedure.
Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach broke ground with its thorough coverage of molecular physiology seamlessly integrated into a traditional homeostasis-based systems approach. The newly revised Sixth Edition introduces a major reorganization of the early chapters to provide the best foundation for the course and new art features that streamline review and essential topics so that students can access them more easily on an as-needed basis.
From fundamental principles to advanced subspecialty procedures, Miller’s Anesthesia covers the full scope of contemporary anesthesia practice. This go-to medical reference book offers masterful guidance on the technical, scientific, and clinical challenges you face each day, in addition to providing the most up-to-date information available for effective board preparation.
From fundamental principles to advanced subspecialty procedures, Miller’s Anesthesia covers the full scope of contemporary anesthesia practice.
These last few years have been exciting as understanding about the operation of the nervous system in health and disease and about the underlying mechanisms of neurologic disease has increased. Medical science and technology have progressed spectacularly. This new edition of Clinical Neurology has been mandated by the many advances that have occurred over the last few years in the clinical neurosciences and, more specifically, in the investigation and management of patients with neurologic disorders.
Part 1: Musculoskeletal Disorders
Section 1: Head, Neck, and Upper Back
1. Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy
2. Cervical Facet Arthropathy
3. Cervical Degenerative Disease
4. Cervical Dystonia
5. Cervical Radiculopathy
6. Cervical Sprain or Strain
7. Cervical Spinal Stenosis
8. Cervicogenic Vertigo