The spectrum of disease

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  • (bq) part 1 book “abc of sepsis” has contents: introduction, defining the spectrum of disease, identifying the patient with sepsis, serious complications of sepsis, the pathophysiology of sepsis, initial resuscitation, microbiology and antibiotic therapy, infection prevention and control,… and other contents.

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  • Fewer fish exacerbate the declines in walrus and seal populations. Overall, there is less food available for the Yupik Eskimos of the Arctic who rely on all of these species. Global climate change is thus a significant addition to the spectrum of envi- ronmental health hazards faced by humankind. The global scale makes for unfa- miliarity—although most of its health impacts comprise increases (or decreases) in familiar effects of climatic variation on human biology and health.

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  • The present book, Differential Diagnosis in Internal Medicine, first appeared as a German edition in 1952 and since then has been translated into 10 other languages. Over the past 50 years 19 German editions have been published, and now the 19th edition of the work, which has become the classic differential diagnosis textbook, is available in English for the first time. This book encompasses differential diagnosis across the spectrum of internal medicine, covering dermatology, neurology, and rheumatology, and provides the very latest knowledge including pathophysiological aspects.

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  • The Encyclopedia of Diseases and Disorders provides authoritative information on a wide variety of diseases and health disorders. Although the focus in planning this collection of articles was on subjects of interest to young readers, the information provided here is valuable to users of any age. More than two hundred articles are categorized in three major areas of interest: infections, noninfectious diseases, and mental disorders.

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  • Many factors can influence the dynamic balance that exists between the host and the pathogen (M. tuberculosis), but the host immune response seems to be the most important. This is illustrated by the vulnerability of immune-compromised individuals to develop tuberculosis and by the age-related spectrum of disease witnessed in immune-competent children. This age-related spectrum of disease reflects the ontogeny of the host immune response towards M. tuberculosis.

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  • (bq) part 2 book “copd - heterogeneity and personalized treatment” has contents: genetics of copd, imaging heterogeneity of copd, asthma-copd overlap syndrome, the spectrum of pulmonary disease in copd, pharmacologic management,… and other contents.

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  • The modular producer cell lines present several advantages: they are safer since integration of the vector within the packaging cell line was identified, the duration of the entire development process is much reduced as there is no need for screening and, in addition, production conditions are favorable due to the possibility of pre-adaptation of the master cell line to culture conditions and media. Thus, therapeutic virus production from bench to bedside becomes safer, faster, and cheaper (Coroadinha et al. 2010)....

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  • A manicure is a cosmetic beauty treatment for the fingernails and hands enjoyed by both sexes. A manicure can treat just the hands, just the nails, or both. A standard manicure usually includes filing and shaping of the nails and the application of polish. Some speciality manicures, such as the French Manicure, may also be offered. Treatments for hands usually include soaking in a softening substance and application of hand lotion. A similar treatment performed on the feet is a pedicure. The word "manicure" comes from the Latin manus, meaning "hand," and cura meaning "care"....

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  • This book spans a variety of approaches to address the complex problem of Alzheimer´s disease - what is the cause, is there a single pathogenetic pathways or are there many of them, how can we address the whole clinical spectrum of the disease, how can the disease be diagnosed early and reliable and which perspectives we have for prevention and treat‐ ment. The collection covers actual topics of interest for basic researcher, clinicians, epidemi‐ ologists and provides insight...

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  • The sick have been held hostage for their money or intangible assets since time immemorial. Doctors, even primitive and natural healers, surround themselves with mystery as they use herbs or chemicals and incantations or “prognoses” to help the sick recover. Today, the medical industry (doctors and their suppliers and insurers) take a significant amount of the worker's earnings.

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  • Myogenic Ptosis The causes of myogenic ptosis include myasthenia gravis (Chap. 381) and a number of rare myopathies that manifest with ptosis. The term chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia refers to a spectrum of systemic diseases caused by mutations of mitochondrial DNA. As the name implies, the most prominent findings are symmetric, slowly progressive ptosis and limitation of eye movements. In general, diplopia is a late symptom because all eye movements are reduced equally. In the Kearns-Sayre variant, retinal pigmentary changes and abnormalities of cardiac conduction develop.

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  • The past several decades have seen dramatic advances in understanding the etiopathogenesis of glomerulonephritis. The science of renal disease has progressed steadily from a discipline focused largely on whole organ physiology, through successive eras of cell and molecular biology, several omics (proteomics, genomics) and now into molecular mapping and personalized medicine.

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  • Pulmonary tuberculosis produces a broad spectrum of radiographic abnormalities. During the primary phase of the disease these include pulmonary consolidation (50%), which often involves the middle or lower lobes or the anterior segment of an upper lobe; cavitation (29%) or pneumatocele formation(12%); segmental orlobar atelectasis(18%); pleural effusion (24%); hilar and mediastinal lymphadenopathy (35%); disseminated miliary disease (6%); and a normal chest radiograph (15%).

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  • Health care is a key arena of the modernisation of welfare states. Tighter resources and a changing spectrum of diseases, coupled with new modes of citizenship and demands for public safety, challenge the health care systems throughout the Western world. This book sets out to examine new perspectives on the governance of health care and to highlight the role of the professions as mediators between the state and its citizens.

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  • The glycosyltransferase enzymes (Lgts) responsible for the biosynthesis of the lipooligosaccharide-derived oligosaccharide structures from Moraxella catarrhalishave been investigated. This upper respiratory tract pathogen is responsible for a spectrum of illnesses, including otitis media (middle ear infection) in children, and contributes to exacerbations of chronic obstruct-ive pulmonary disease in elderly patients.

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  • New genomic technologies are changing the way we analyze diseases from one gene and one patient at a time, to population-wide analysis of entire genomes. These evolving tools are transforming how we do genetics and genomics, and have the potential to dramatically impact our understanding of a broad spectrum of diseases. While Canada has made significant investments in health genomics, the vast majority of these efforts have been focused on adult diseases.

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  • The World Health Organization, for example, first developed the Expanded Programme on Immunization and subsequently the Programme for the Control of Diarrhoeal Diseases. UNICEF chose four specific interventions on which to focus: growth monitoring, oral rehydration therapy, breast- feeding promotion, and immunization, known by the acronym GOBI. It later added three more (food, family planning, and female education).

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  • The prevalence of hypertension in children ranges from less than1%to5.1%[10]. While pediatric hypertension was previously assumed to be secondary to renal, cardiovascular or endocrine causes, there is now increased evidence that it could be a part of a spectrum of essential hypertension, mainly linked to the obesity epidemic. The three most common symptoms of hypertension in children are head- ache, difficulty sleeping, and tiredness, all of which improve with treatment.

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  • part 2 book “surgical treatment of colorectal problems in children” has contents: rectal atresia, rectovestibular fistula, cloaca, posterior cloaca and absent penis spectrum, postoperative evaluation, operations for the administration of antegrade enemas, urologic problems in anorectal malformations,… and other contents.

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  • (bq) part 1 book “pediatric bone biology & diseases” has contents: pediatric bone histomorphometry, a diagnostic approach to skeletal dysplasias, the spectrum of pediatric osteoporosis, osteogenesis imperfecta, sclerosing bone dysplasias,… and other contents.

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