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vii, 474 pages ; 25 cm.
In "Ancient Concepts of the Hippocratic, " Lesley Dean-Jones and Ralph Rosen have gathered 19 international authorities in ancient medicine to identify commonalities among the treatises of the Hippocratic Corpus which led scholars of antiquity to group them under one name.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004307018 20160619
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xi, 284 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
In the eighteenth century, malaria was a prevalent and deadly disease, and the only effective treatment was found in the Andean forests of Spanish America: a medicinal bark harvested from cinchona trees that would later give rise to the antimalarial drug quinine. In 1751, the Spanish Crown asserted control over the production and distribution of this medicament by establishing a royal reserve of "fever trees" in Quito. Through this pilot project, the Crown pursued a new vision of imperialism informed by science and invigorated through commerce. But ultimately this project failed, much like the broader imperial reforms that it represented. Drawing on extensive archival research, Matthew Crawford explains why, showing how indigenous healers, laborers, merchants, colonial officials, and creole elites contested European science and thwarted imperial reform by asserting their authority to speak for the natural world. The Andean Wonder Drug uses the story of cinchona bark to demonstrate how the imperial politics of knowledge in the Spanish Atlantic ultimately undermined efforts to transform European science into a tool of empire.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780822944522 20160802
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
183 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 29 cm
  • Vorwort
  • Lebens- und Arbeitsmittelpunkt für Viele Jahrzehnte 9. Bezirk, Berggasse 19
  • Cottage Lyzeum : Moderne Ausbildung für Mädchen 18. Bezirk, Gymnasiumstrasse
  • Die Hietzinger Schule : ein Faszinierendes Schulexperiment 13. Bezirk, Wattmanngasse
  • Die Jackson Nursery : Milch und Cookies für die Forschung 1. Bezirk, Rudolfsplatz 5
  • Wien Andernorts : auf Sommerfrische mit Anna Freud
  • Stadtflucht : ein Landhaus in Hochrotherd, Niederösterreich
  • Vielfach Beschäftigt : Psychoanalytikerin und Pflegerin 9. Bezirk, Allgemeines Krankenhaus : Klinik Hajek
  • Hotel Métropole : Gestapoleitstelle : vom Traum zum Alptraum 1010 Wien, Morzinplatz 4, Salztorgasse 6
  • Wiederbegegnung mit Wien 1. Bezirk, Hofburg, Rathaus, Universität Wien
  • Ein Museum und ein Erinnerungsort 9. Bezirk, Berggasse 19
  • Erinnerungsorte
  • Literatur
  • Thomas Aichhorn : Anna Freuds Orte in Wien
  • Hochrotherd : ein Familienalbum
  • Die Autorinnen.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
1 streaming video file (44 min.) : digital, sound, color
The Antibiotic Hunters follows drug researchers as they investigate the slimy green fur of sloths, the saliva of Komodo dragons, the blood of alligators, and the bacteria in British Columbia caves and on the ocean floor off the coast of Panama--all part of the urgent hunt to find the building blocks of new antibiotics.
1 online resource.
  • Antimicrobial peptides in cutaneous wound healing.- Antimicrobial peptides as endogenous antibacterials and antivirals at the ocular surface.- Function of antimicrobial peptides in lung innate immunity.- Role of antimicrobial peptides to prevent infections in the kidney and urinary tract.- Antimicrobial peptides in the gut.- Metal sequestration: An important contribution of antimicrobial peptides to nutritional immunity.- Regulation of antimicrobial peptide gene expression by vitamin D.- Dichotomous roles of cationic polypeptides targeting HIV.- Antimicrobial peptides in host-defense: functions beyond antimicrobial activity.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319241975 20160619
This book focuses on the importance of human antimicrobial peptides (AMP) in keeping the host healthy and preventing infectious diseases. The first chapters deal with several examples of the role of AMP in different epithelial organs (skin and wound healing, eye, lung, genito-urinary tract, gut), which are exposed to different kinds of infectious microorganisms and as a result produce different patterns of AMP. Examples of the dysregulation of AMP expression and function promoting infections are discussed. The capacity of AMP to restrict the availability of essential metals to bacteria as an efficient antibacterial strategy in nutritional immunity is discussed in the next chapter. Our current understanding of how vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, influences AMP-expression and how this can affect our health is also addressed. Last but not least, the role of AMP in HIV infection and the immunomodulatory properties of AMP highlight the diverse facets of AMP in host immunity. AMP's specific functions, including in fighting multi-resistant bacteria, suggest that they may offer therapeutic benefits - a question that is discussed in the final chapter.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319241975 20160619
1 online resource (various pagings) : illustrations (some color).
  • Preface
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Fullerenes
  • 3. Resonant energy transfer
  • 4. Photo-induced charge transfer
  • 5. Fullerenes as photosensitizers
  • 6. Chemical modifications
  • 7. Examples of the synthesis of monocationic and polycationic fullerene derivatives
  • 7.1. Synthesis of hexa-anionic fullerene derivatives
  • 7.2. Synthesis of mono- or polycationic fullerene derivatives
  • 7.3. Synthesis of chromophore-linked fullerene derivatives
  • 7.4. The photophysics and photochemistry of fullerenyl molecular micelles and chromophore-fullerene conjugates
  • 7.5. Synthesis of liposomal or micellar fullerenes
  • 8. Photodynamic therapy
  • 8.1. Traditional photosensitizers
  • 9. Photosensitizer formulations for fullerene-mediated PDT
  • 10. In vitro anti-cancer PDT with fullerenes
  • 11. In vivo PDT for cancer
  • 12. Antibiotic resistance and viral infections
  • 13. General aspects of photodynamic inactivation of bacteria
  • 14. In vitro antimicrobial PDT with fullerenes
  • 15. In vivo antimicrobial PDT with fullerenes
  • 16. Conclusions.
This book provides detailed and current information on using fullerenes (bucky-balls) in photodynamic therapy (PDT), one of the most actively studied applications of photonic science in healthcare. This will serve as a useful source for researchers working in photomedicine and nanomedicine, especially those who are investigating PDT for cancer treatment and infectious disease treatment. The book runs the gamut from an introduction to the history and chemistry of fullerenes and some basic photochemistry, to the application of fullerenes as photosensitizers for cancer and antimicrobial inactivation.
1 online resource.
  • A simplex Nelder Mead Genetic Algorithm for Minimizing Molecular Potential Energy Function.- A Survey of Metaheuristics Methods for Bioinformatics Applications.- DNA Based Steganography: Survey and Analysis for Parameters Optimization.- Dental Image Registration Using Particle Swarm Optimized for Thin Plate Splines from Semi-Automatic.- A Modified Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm for Solving Capacitated Maximal Covering Location Problem in Healthcare Systems.- Optimization Methods for Medical Image Super Resolution Reconstruction.- PCA-PNN and PCA-SVM based CAD Systems for Breast Density Classification.- Retinal Blood Vessels Segmentation Based on Bio-Inspired Algorithm.- Systematic Analysis of Applied Data Mining Based Optimization Algorithms in Clinical Attribute Extraction and Classification for Diagnosis of Cardiac Patients.- Particle Swarm Optimization Based Fast Fuzzy C-Means Clustering for Liver CT Segmentation.- Enhanced Prediction of DNA-Binding Proteins and Classes.- MEDLINE Text Mining: An Enhancement Genetic Algorithm based Approach for Document Clustering.- Optimized Tumor Breast Cancer Classification Using Combining Random Subspace and Static Classifiers Selection Paradigms.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319212111 20160619
This volume provides updated, in-depth material on the application of intelligent optimization in biology and medicine. The aim of the book is to present solutions to the challenges and problems facing biology and medicine applications. This Volume comprises of 13 chapters, including an overview chapter, providing an up-to-date and state-of-the research on the application of intelligent optimization for bioinformatics applications, DNA based Steganography, a modified Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm for Solving Capacitated Maximal Covering Location Problem in Healthcare Systems, Optimization Methods for Medical Image Super Resolution Reconstruction and breast cancer classification. Moreover, some chapters that describe several bio-inspired approaches in MEDLINE Text Mining, DNA-Binding Proteins and Classes, Optimized Tumor Breast Cancer Classification using Combining Random Subspace and Static Classifiers Selection Paradigms, and Dental Image Registration. The book will be a useful compendium for a broad range of readers- from students of undergraduate to postgraduate levels and also for researchers, professionals, etc.-who wish to enrich their knowledge on Intelligent Optimization in Biology and Medicine and applications with one single book.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319212111 20160619
1 online resource (viii, 113 pages) : illustrations (some color)
  • 1. Introduction to Comparative Effectiveness Research.- 2. Randomized Controlled Trials.- 3. Observational Studies.- 4. Evaluating Published CER Evidence.- 5. Epidemiological Principles Applied to CER.- 6. The Question of Value.- 7. Medical Decision Making: When Evidence and Medical Culture Clash.- 8. The Value of Prevention.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319220642 20160619
This textbook introduces students to the basic concepts and methods used to measure and compare the expected benefits, risks and cost of preventive and therapeutic medical interventions. It provides an easily accessible overview of comparative effectiveness and its practical applications to daily medical decisions. The book includes learning objectives for each topic, definitions of key terms and topic summaries. Each chapter is written by a highly regarded academic and extensive reference is made throughout to other sources of literature where the interested reader can find further details. The book considers, among other topics, evidence based medicine and the role of comparative effectiveness research in the development of medical guidelines, bias and confounding, quality of life, randomized controlled trials, analyses of retrospective databases, screening and economic evaluation. The book is intended to serve as a "what is it?", "why do we need it?" and "how does it or could it effect positive change in health care?" rather than just a "how to?" technical overview. As such, it provides an essential resource for both under- and post-graduate students in health sciences.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319220642 20160619
1 online resource.
  • Pulmonary Medicine.- Cardiology.- Nephrology.- Critical Care.- Gastroenterology.- Hematology.- Oncology.- Infectious Diseases.- Rheumatology.- Neurology.- Endocrinology.- Dermatology.- Geriatrics.- Palliative Care.- Nutrition.- Obstetric Medicine.- General Internal Medicine.- Appendix I. Advanced Cardiac Life Support.- Appendix II. List of Common Abbreviations.- Appendix III. Common Laboratory Values and Unit Conversion.- Appendix IV. History Template.- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319118208 20160619
This fully updated 4th Edition of provides an integrated symptom- and issue-based approach with easy access to high yield clinical information. For each topic, carefully organized sections on different diagnoses, investigations, and treatments are designed to facilitate patient care and examination preparation. Numerous clinical pearls and comparison tables are provided to help enhance learning, and international units (US and metric) are used to facilitate application in everyday clinical practice. The book covers many highly important, rarely discussed topics in medicine (e.g., smoking cessation, obesity, transfusion reactions, needle stick injuries, code status discussion, interpretation of gram stain, palliative care), and new chapters on end-of-life care and depression have been added. The fourth edition includes many reader-friendly improvements such as better formatting, intuitive ordering of chapters, and incorporation of the most recent guidelines for each topic. Approach to Internal Medicine continues to serve as an essential reference for every medical student, resident, fellow, practicing physician, nurse, and physician assistant.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319118208 20160619
xvi, 512 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Acknowledgements Contributors Introduction I. Foundations 1. Symbolizing and Seeing Laurie Wilson and Mala Betensky 2. The Therapist as Artist Mildred Chapin and Barbara Fish 3. Relational Aesthetics and Art Therapy Catherine Moon II. Psychodynamic Approaches A. Psychoanalytic (Freudian) 4. Discovery and Insight in Art Therapy Judith Rubin 5. Sublimation and Art Therapy--Edith Kramer 5.1. Addendum Sublimation Elizabeth Stone 6. Variations on a Freudian Theme Elinor Ulman 7. Object Relations and Art Therapy Arthur Robbins 7.1 Object Relations Eleanor Irwin 8. Mentalization Based Art Psychotherapy Dominik Havsteen-Franklin B. Analytic Therapy (Jungian) 9. Jungian Art Therapy Nora Swan-Foster 9.1 Jung as Artist & Active Imagination Michael Edwards and Edith Wallace III. Humanistic Approaches 10. Art Therapy: Humanism in Action Bruce Moon 11. Gestalt Art Therapy Janie Rhyne 12. Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy Natalie Rogers 13. Positive Art Therapy Gioia Chilton & Rebecca Wilkinson IV. Contemplative Approaches 14. Art Making as Spiritual Path Pat Allen 15. Focusing-Oriented Art Therapy Laury Rappaport 16. Contemplative Art Therapy Michael Franklin V. Cognitive & Neuroscience Approaches 17. Cognitive-Behavioral Art Therapy Marcia Rosal 18. Narrative Art Therapy in Trauma Treatment Linda Gantt & Laura Greenstone 19. CREATE: Art Therapy Relational Neuroscience -Noah Hass-Cohen & Joanna.Clyde Findlay VI. Systemic Approaches 20. Family Art Therapy Barbara Sobol & Paula Howie 21. Group Art Therapy Katherine Williams & Tally Tripp VII. Integrative Approaches 22. Developmental Art Therapy Susan Aach-Feldman & Carole Kunkle-Miller 23. Art Therapy in Creative Education David Henley 24. Using Imagination and All of the Arts in Therapy Shaun McNiff 25. An Eclectic Approach to Art Therapy Harriet Wadeson Conclusion Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138884564 20160619
The third edition of Approaches to Art Therapy brings together varied theoretical approaches and provides a variety of solutions to the challenge of translating theory to technique. In each chapter, the field's most eminent scholars provide a definition of and orientation to the specific theory or area of emphasis, showing its relevance to art therapy. The third edition includes many new chapters with material on a wide variety of topics including contemplative approaches, DBT, neuroscience, and mentalization while also retaining important and timeless contributions from the pioneers of art therapy. Clinical case examples and over 100 illustrations of patient artwork vividly demonstrate the techniques in practice. Approaches to Art Therapy, 3rd edition, is an essential resource in the assembly of any clinician's theoretical and technical toolbox, and in the formulation of each individual's own approach to art therapy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138884564 20160619
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xxxii, 364 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Foreword. Contributors. Part 1: Basic Concepts of Dance/Movement Therapy. 1 We Dance from the Moment Our Feet Touch the Earth. 2 The Creative-Artistic Process in Dance/Movement Therapy. 3 Therapeutic Relationships and Kinesthetic Empathy. 4 Dance Therapy: Motion and Emotion . Part 2: The Path from Theory to Practice. 5 BASCICS -An Intra/Interactional Model of DMT with the Adult Psychiatric Patient. 6 Body, Style and Psychotherapy. 7 Family Dance/Movement Therapy: A Systems Model. 8 Becoming Whole Again: Dance/Movement Therapy for Those Who Suffer from Eating Disorders. 9 Dance/Movement Psychotherapy in Early Childhood Treatment and in Pediatric Oncologic. 10 Amazon Journeys- Dance Movement Therapy Interventions in Palliative Care. 11 Dance Movement Therapy and Acquired Brain Trauma Rehabilitation. 12 Dancing with Hope: Dance Therapy with People with Dementia. Part 3: Aspects Integral to the Practice of Dance/Movement Therapy. 13 Laban's Movement Theories: A Dance/Movement Therapist's Perspective. 14 Applying the Kestenberg Movement Profile in Dance/Movement Therapy: An Introduction.15 Emotorics: A Psychomotor Model for the Analysis and Interpretation of Emotive Motor Behavior. 16 Cultural Consciousness and the Global Context of Dance/Movement Therapy. 17 Encouraging Research in Dance/Movement Therapy. Afterword.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138910331 20160619
This second edition of The Art and Science of Dance/Movement Therapy offers a broad understanding of dance/movement therapy as well as an in-depth exploration of how and where it can be used to produce change. The chapters that make up this innovative volume go beyond the basics to offer a unique collection of theoretical perspectives paired with case studies designed to emphasize techniques that can be applied in a variety of settings. In addition to boasting thoroughly expanded versions of all previously published content, this timely reference includes an all new chapter on DMT interventions in palliative care and added references throughout to reflect to the most current knowledge.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138910331 20160619
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xx, 234 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • List of Contributors Foreword Robert Pascuzzi, MD Preface Acknowledgements Book Cover Description 1. Introduction Juliet King MA, ATR-BC, LPC 2. Neuroscience Concepts in Clinical Practice Lukasz Konopka AM, PhD, ECNS, BCIA-EEG 3. The Expressive Therapies Continuum as a Framework in the Treatment of TrauMA Vija Lusebrink PhD, ATR, HLM and Lisa Hinz PhD, ATR 4. The Image Comes First: Treating Pre-Verbal Trauma with Art TherapY Linda Gantt PhD, ATR-BC and Tally Tripp MA, MSW, LCSW, ATR-BC, CTT 5. Secure Remembrance: Art Therapy Relational Neuroscience Guidelines for Resilient Processing of Traumatic Memories Noah Hass-Cohen Psy-D, ATR-BC 6. Neuroscience and Art Therapy with Severely Traumatized Children: The Art is the Evidence P. Gussie Klorer PhD, ATR-BC, LCPC, LCSW, HLM 7. Practical Applications of Neuroscience in Art Therapy: A Holistic Approach to Treating Trauma in Children Christopher Belkofer PhD, LPC, ATR and Emily Nolan DAT, ATR-BC, LPC 8. A Somatically-Informed Bilateral Art Therapy Protocol for Reprocessing Trauma Tally Tripp MA, MSW, LCSW, ATR-BC, CTT 9. Medical Art Therapy Applied to the Trauma Experienced by those Diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease Deborah Elkis-Abuhoff PhD, LCAT, ATR-BC, BCPC and Morgan Gaydos MA, LCAT, ATR-BC 10. Conclusion Juliet King MA, ATR-BC, LPC and Kerry Kruk MS, LPC, CSAC, ATR-BC.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138839380 20160619
Art Therapy, Trauma, and Neuroscience combines theory, research, and practice with traumatized populations in a neuroscience framework. Recognizing the importance of understanding both art therapy and trauma studies as brain-based interventions, some of the most renowned figures in art therapy and trauma use translational and integrative neuroscience to provide theoretical and applied techniques. Therapists will come away from this book with tools for a refined understanding of brain-based interventions in a dynamic yet accessible format.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138839380 20160619
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
1 online resource.
  • Front Cover; Artificial Intelligence in Behavioral and Mental Health Care; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; About the Editor; Preface; 1 An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence in Behavioral and Mental Health Care; Introduction and Overview; Key Concepts and Technologies; What Is AI?; Machine Learning and Artificial Neural Networks; Natural Language Processing; Machine Perception and Sensing; Affective Computing; Virtual and Augmented Reality; Cloud Computing and Wireless Technologies; Robotics; BCIs and Implants; Supercomputing and Brain Simulation; The Turing Test
  • Technological BarriersBenefits of AI for Behavioral and Mental Health Care; Intelligent Machines Are Better at Some Things; Improved Self-Care and Access to Care; Integration and Customization of Care; Economic Benefits; Additional Considerations; Conclusion; References; Additional Resources; 2 Expert Systems in Mental Health Care: AI Applications in Decision-Making and Consultation; Introduction; The History
  • Expert Systems and Clinical Artificial Intelligence in Health Care; The Present
  • Dynamical Approaches to Clinical AI and Expert Systems; Temporal Modeling Overview
  • Real-World Clinical Applications
  • Predicting in a Dynamic WorldMulti-Agent Models for Personalized Medicine; Technology-Enhanced Clinicians; Summary of Dynamical Approaches for Clinical AI; The Future; Cognitive Computing in Health Care; The Intersection Between Other Emerging Technologies and Clinical Artificial Intelligence; Ethics and Challenges; Conclusion; References; 3 Autonomous Virtual Human Agents for Healthcare Information Support and Clinical Interviewing; Introduction; The Rationale and Brief History of the Clinical Use of VHs; Use Cases: SimCoach and SimSensei
  • SimCoach: A VH Agent to Support Healthcare Information AccessSimSensei: A VH Interviewing Agent for Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals; Nonverbal Behavior and Clinical Conditions; Comparative Evaluation Across Interviews: Face-To-Face, WoZ, and Automatic Interaction with the SimSensei VH Agent; Conclusions; References; 4 Virtual Affective Agents and Therapeutic Games; Introduction; Brief History of Virtual Affective Agents and Serious Games; Virtual Affective Agents; Serious Games; State of the Art
  • Nonverbal Interaction: Emotion Recognition, Emotion Expression, and Agent EmbodimentEmotion Recognition and Expression; Embodiment; Believability, Affective Realism, and Emotional Intelligence; Personalization and Adaptation Capabilities; Putting It All Together: Agent Architectures; Nonplaying Characters and Player Avatars; Affective and Affect-Adaptive Gaming; Overview of Recent Applications in Health Care; Pediatric Pain Management
  • "Free Dive"; OCD in Children
  • "Ricky and the Spider"; PTSD in War Veterans
  • "Virtual Iraq"
  • Social and Emotion Regulation Skills for Children on the Autism Spectrum
  • "Secret Agent Society"
1 online resource.
  • Front Cover; Assessing Nanoparticle Risks to Human Health; Copyright Page; Contents; About the Editor; About the Contributors; Preface; 1 The Challenge of Nanomaterial Risk Assessment; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 The Nature of the Nanomaterial Challenge; 1.3 The Problem with Definitions; 1.4 Principles-Based Problem Formulation for Engineered Nanomaterials; 1.4.1 Emergent Risk; 1.4.2 Plausibility; 1.4.3 Impact; 1.5 Applying the Three Principles to Engineered Nanomaterials; 1.5.1 Materials Demonstrating Abrupt Scale-Specific Changes in Biological or Environmental Behavior
  • 1.5.2 Materials Capable of Penetrating Normally Inaccessible Places1.5.3 Active Materials; 1.5.4 Materials Exhibiting Scalable Hazard That Is Not Captured by Conventional Risk Assessments; 1.6 Responsible Research and Innovation; 1.7 Looking Forward; References; 2 Assessing and Managing Exposures to Nanomaterials in the Workplace; 2.1 A General Strategy to Assess Workplace Exposures; 2.2 Uncertainties Introduced by Nanotechnology; 2.3 Exposure Routes; 2.3.1 Inhalation; 2.3.2 Dermal Exposure; 2.3.3 Ingestion; 2.4 Occupational Exposure Limits; 2.4.1 Permissible Exposure Limits from the OSHA
  • 2.4.2 Recommended Exposure Limits from the NIOSH2.4.3 Benchmark Limits; 2.5 Instruments Available to Assess Exposures; 2.5.1 Direct-Reading Instruments; Number concentration; Mass concentration; Surface area concentration; 2.5.2 Time-Integrated Measurements; Detailed characterization; Routine monitoring; 2.6 Specific "Best Practices" for Exposure Assessment Strategy in Nanotechnology; 2.6.1 Basic Characterization; Workplace and workforce; Characterizing nanomaterials; 2.6.2 Construction of Similar Exposure Groups Combined with Exposure Assessment; Concentration mapping
  • Job-task-related measurementsBackground particles and incidental nanoparticles; 2.6.3 Interpretation of Exposure Assessment Results; Selecting occupational exposure limits; Defining the exposure profile; 2.6.4 Follow-Up and Control; References; 3 Hazard and Risk Assessment of Workplace Exposure to Engineered Nanoparticles: Methods, Issues, and Carbon Nanotub ...; 3.1 Introduction; 3.1.1 Risk Assessment Paradigm; 3.1.2 Hazard Assessment; 3.1.3 Dose-Response Assessment; No observed or lowest observed adverse effect levels; Benchmark dose methods; Comparison of BMD and NOAEL/LOAEL estimates
  • 3.1.4 Interspecies and Temporal Extrapolation3.2 Case Study Example: Carbon Nanotubes; 3.2.1 Data Description; 3.2.2 Severity of Effects; 3.2.3 Quantitative Risk Assessment Procedures; Step 1. Evaluation of the exposure (or dose) and response data; Step 2. Estimation of a point of departure; Step 3. Estimation of rat lung dose; Step 4. Estimation of human-equivalent lung dose; Step 5. Risk characterization; 3.2.4 Considerations in the Derivation of OELs; 3.3 Discussion; 3.3.1 Comparison with Other Methods; 3.3.2 Research Needs; 3.3.3 Future Directions; References
374 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource (xi, 594 pages) : color illustrations
  • Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MR .- Atlas and Anatomy of PET/CT.- Atlas and Anatomy of SPECT/CT.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319286501 20160815
This atlas showcases cross-sectional anatomy for the proper interpretation of images generated from PET/MRI, PET/CT, and SPECT/CT applications. Hybrid imaging is at the forefront of nuclear and molecular imaging and enhances data acquisition for the purposes of diagnosis and treatment. Simultaneous evaluation of anatomic and metabolic information about normal and abnormal processes addresses complex clinical questions and raises the level of confidence of the scan interpretation. Extensively illustrated with high-resolution PET/MRI, PET/CT and SPECT/CT images, this atlas provides precise morphologic information for the whole body as well as for specific regions such as the head and neck, abdomen, and musculoskeletal system. Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MRI, PET/CT, AND SPECT/CT is a unique resource for physicians and residents in nuclear medicine, radiology, oncology, neurology, and cardiology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319286501 20160815
1 online resource (xiv, 207 pages) : illustrations (some color)
1 online resource (xvi, 259 pages).
  • Table of Contents 1 Fundus Imaging in Wide-field: A Brief Historical Journey Ella H. Leung, Richard Rosen 2 Wide-field Fluorescein Angiography Thomas G. Chu, David S. Boyer 3 Wide-field Indocyanine Green Angiography Irene Rusu, Peter Coombs, Szilard Kiss 4 Wide-field Autofluorescence Florian M. Heussen, Carmen A. Puliafito, SriniVas Sadda 5 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Diabetic Retinopathy Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group 6 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Branch Retinal Vein Occlusio ns Pradeep S. Prasad, Irena Tsui 7 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Central Retinal Vein Occlusions Irena Tsui, Pradeep S. Prasad 8 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Other Retinal Vascular Diseases Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group 9 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Retinal Dystrophies Pradeep S. Prasad, David Sarraf 10 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Peripheral Retinal Degenerations Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group 11 Wide-field Imaging of the Pediatric R etina Mrinali Patel Gupta, Yoshihiro Yonekawa, Karyn E. Jonas, Anton Orlin, Paul V. Chan 12 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Retinal and Choroidal Tumors Carol Shields, Jerry A. Shields 13 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Retinal and Choroidal Inflammatory Diseases Keegan Harkins, Michael J. DaSilva, Quan Dong Nguyen, Diana V. Do 14 Wide-field imaging in Infectious Uveitis Alfredo Adan, Victor Llorens, Marina Mesquida 15 Wide-field Retinal Imaging of Other Miscellaneous Retinal Diseases atin--mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"-- mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi--mso-ansi-language:EN-US--mso-far east-language: EN-US--mso-bidi-language:AR-SA">J. Fernando Arevalo, Netan Choudhry, Igor Kozak, the KKESH Collaborative Retina Study Group.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319178639 20160704
Written by experts in the field of ophthalmology, this new text assists in understanding new imaging technology and the clinical information it can provide. It allows the reader to review numerous images of various pathologies and would be of interest to retina specialists and ophthalmologists. Retinal imaging has undergone dramatic changes in the last decade, characterized by constantly improving image resolution, most notably, as it applies to macular diseases, thanks to ever evolving optical coherence tomography. However, imaging retina outside of the vascular arcades has come a long way with advent of new cameras and lenses. The most profound change has been the introduction of wide-angle angiography, which has demonstrated pathologies previously not seen or suspected and gives rise to new theories of pathophysiology of some retinal diseases. Understanding this new imaging technology and the clinical information it can provide requires a basis of knowledge and experience in associating the findings with other clinical signs in the eye and the rest of the body. Atlas of Wide-Field Retinal Angiography and Imaging helps with this experience by allowing the reader to review numerous images of various pathologies and analyzes angiographic findings in the retinal periphery. Furthermore, as this technology increasingly fills ophthalmologists' offices around the world, this book will prove to be an invaluable resource, written by experts in the field for retina specialists and ophthalmologists.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319178639 20160704
xii, 99 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 30 cm
This supplement to the INCB's Annual Report 2015 analyses global access to narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. The report provides an introduction to the drug control conventions, human rights, action taken by the Board, and the report's methodology. It focuses on narcotic drugs, examining supply and demand of opiate raw materials and opioids, availability of opioid analgesics, and impediments to their access for medical and scientific purposes, while analysing the situation of psychotropic substances, considering their use as analgesics, anti-epileptics, anxiolytics, sedative-hypnotics and stimulants. It also covers the topic of availability of internationally controlled drugs for the treatment of opioid dependence, and looks into simplified provision in emergency situations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789211482850 20160704
SAL3 (off-campus storage)