(BQ) Part 2 book "Clinical and diagnostic virology" presents the following contents: Other related agents, clinical syndromes (Viral eye infections, the common cold, respiratory virus infections, atypical pneumonia,...), diagnostic techniques, patient management.
Diagnosis is fundamental to the appropriate treatment
and wellbeing of the equine patient. Despite
the many excellent clinical texts that are available,
few seem to explain in sufficiently precise terms
which clinicopathological tests are appropriate or
how particular techniques should be performed.
The first edition of this book was designed to provide
an illustrated practical guide to the various diagnostic
techniques employed in equine medicine. This
second edition is an update by international experts
in the field.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Diagnostic techniques for ventilator-associated pneumonia: Conflicting results from two trials...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Bone and joint imaging" presents the following contents: Basic science, diagnostic techniques, imaging and interventional procedures of the spine, imaging of the postoperative spine, rheumatoid arthritis and related diseases, connective tissue disease, degenerative diseases,...
Covering the principles of radiographic technique and interpretation for dogs, cats, and horses, Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology, 6th Edition helps you develop proficiency in diagnostic skills. High-quality radiographic images accompany clear coverage of diagnostic radiology, ultrasound, MRI, and CT, as well as patient positioning, radiograp
Over the past few decades the field of neurology has seen spectacular developments in diagnostic techniques, most vividly
exemplified by modern neuroimaging and molecular genetics. Although not always at the same speed this evolution has
gone hand in hand with an enlarging armentarium of effective therapies to treat neurological disease.
This book represents a condensed version of the 20 topics dealing with imaging diagnosis and interventional therapies in musculoskeletal diseases. The disease-oriented topics encompass all the relevant imaging modalities including X-rays technology, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and magnetic resonance, as well as image-guided interventional techniques.
The number of diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures has grown in the fi rst few
years of the new century. Nuclear cardiology has diversifi ed, stimulating development
of new equipment and imaging protocols. Gated myocardial perfusion imaging
completed with quantifi cation is now a standard procedure. Faster computers have
led to improved reconstruction techniques, higher image quality, increased patient
throughput and more automated acquisition and processing protocols.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Tietz fundamentals of clinical chemistry and molecular diagnostics" presents the following contents: Principles of laboratory medicine, analytical techniques and instrumentation, analytes. Invite you to consult.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Cytology diagnostic principles and clinical correlates" presents the following contents: Cervical and vaginal cytology, respiratory tract and mediastinum, urine and bladder washings, pleural, pericardial, and peritoneal fluids, peritoneal washings, cerebrospinal fluid, cerebrospinal fluid, fine needle aspiration biopsy technique and specimen handling.
Since the publication of The Practice of English Language Teaching in 1983
much has happened in the world of language teaching: new concerns have
occupied the minds of methodologists and applied linguists; new textbooks
have been written; new techniques have become fashionable. We must be
grateful for all this flux and change since without it teaching would be a grey
and ultimately depressing experience. But of course it isn't (except
The editorial team were reassured that the second edition, with its differential
diagnostic style of presenting clinical information together with liberal use of
colour illustrations, had been successful enough to merit a further edition. Seven
years have passed since the previous edition and evidently, like for other areas
of clinical medicine, diagnostic and therapeutic advances have been made in
relation to nail disorders. These are reflected in this third edition
The practicing radiologist is continually challenged to update his/her competencies so
as to deliver state-of-the-art radiological care. Nowhere is this truer than in the rapidly
evolving world of magnetic resonance imaging, where innovations in both technology
and diagnostic pharmaceuticals have dramatically altered the landscape of practice.
Much has happened since the first edition of this book appeared in 2002.
Despite the continuing paucity of robust scientific evidence to support
most of its constituent therapies, complementary and alternative medicine
(CAM) remains popular with clients who appreciate the holistic approach
and have a belief in its effectiveness.
Computed tomography (CT) is the mainstay of
cancer imaging outside of the central nervous
system. Advances in multidetector CT (MDCT)
technology have had a profound impact on its diagnostic
capabilities. Such techniques as multiphase, single breath-hold
imaging, CT angiography (CTA), volume rendering and
virtual colonography owe their success to the development of
multidetector arrays with continuously moving gantries.
The technique can be applied for
chlorophyll level monitoring in basic photosynthesis research, agriculture, horticulture, and
forestry. Abiotic stress (water deficit, salinity, heat, heavy metals soil contamination, intense
light, etc) affects significantly crop growth and yield in agricultural areas all over the world.
Thus, it is imperative to study their effect upon the crops and discriminate among abiotic
stresses using new noninvasive and nondestructive remote sensing precision diagnostic
Endoscopy is a fast moving field, and new techniques are constantly emerging. Gastrointestinal
endoscopy has a central role in the evaluation of gastrointestinal complaints and in the diagnosis
and management of gastrointestinal diseases. It is a very safe procedure in the general population
as demonstrated by numerous studies. Several data provide a better understanding of pathogenic
mechanisms. In recent decades, gastrointestinal endoscopy has evolved and branched out from a
visual diagnostic modality to impressive interventional capabilities.
Everyday, millions of medical images are produced worldwide, to aid diagnosis and treat‐
ment of patients. A typical patient’s diagnostic work-up is often incomplete without a medi‐
cal imaging technique. The various techniques for achieving this have continued to evolve,
from the basics through the sophisticated and now to the abstract.
Pharmacologically induced sedation has become pervasive throughout
medical practice to accomplish diagnostic and minor therapeutic procedures
effectively and humanely. As diagnostic techniques and technical procedures
become more complex, the need for sedation in patients with varied
co-morbid conditions, in diverse settings produces a series of questions
regarding safety and effectiveness.