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1 PDF (xv, 135 pages).
  • 1. Introduction
  • 1.1 Enabling technologies
  • 1.1.1 Camera-based systems
  • 1.1.2 Body worn sensors
  • 1.1.3 Force and pressure-based systems
  • 1.2 Body tracking in context
  • 1.3 Overview
  • 2. Clinical assessment of motor disability
  • 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.2 Tracking disease progression in multiple sclerosis assessment
  • 2.2.1 Contexts and practices in MS assessment with the EDSS
  • 2.2.2 Challenges and characteristics of assessment room
  • 2.2.3 Doctor-patient relationship in assessment
  • 2.2.4 Summary
  • 2.3 Understanding concerns in system design: assess MS system
  • 2.3.1 System overview
  • 2.3.2 Algorithms
  • 2.3.3 Movement exercise protocol
  • 2.3.4 Ensuring standardized movement performance
  • 2.3.5 Framing and standardization, seeing how the machine sees
  • 2.3.6 Representing the movement measure and classification
  • 2.4 Conclusions
  • 3. Self-directed rehabilitation and care
  • 3.1 Introduction
  • 3.2 Facilitating physical activity in chronic musculoskeletal pain
  • 3.3 Technology for chronic pain rehabilitation
  • 3.3.1 Go-with-the-flow: sonification in movement rehabilitation
  • 3.3.2 Transferring to everyday functioning: kinect vs. wearable smartphone as a body-tracking device
  • 3.3.3 Self-directed rehabilitation as process: from clinical facilitation to self-management
  • 3.3.4 Tracking affective states and pain levels
  • 3.4 Exergaming and balance rehabilitation in older adults
  • 3.4.1 Balance and fall risk in older adults
  • 3.4.2 Body-tracking technology for balance training
  • 3.4.3 Designing a balance training game
  • 3.4.4 Understanding rehabilitative game use
  • 3.5 Conclusion
  • 4. Interactions for clinicians
  • 4.1 Introduction
  • 4.2 Sterility and constraints on imaging practices
  • 4.3 Tracking the body of the clinician for enabling touchless interaction with images
  • 4.4 Clinical considerations in gesture design
  • 4.4.1 Clinical constraints on movement in gesture design
  • 4.4.2 Supporting collaboration and control
  • 4.4.3 What actions and body parts to track for the purposes of system control
  • 4.4.4 Engaging and disengaging the system
  • 4.4.5 Feedback and making oneself sensed
  • 4.4.6 Coarse vs. fine-grained control
  • 4.5 Body tracking, gesture, and robotics
  • 4.6 Increasing interaction bandwidth through input modality
  • 4.7 Conclusions
  • 5. Conclusions
  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Contextual design
  • 5.2.1 Sensor technology
  • 5.2.2 Data and algorithms
  • 5.2.3 Designing movements
  • 5.2.4 Interface and interaction design
  • 5.2.5 Physical set-up and form factor
  • 5.2.6 Social set-up and practices
  • 5.3 The future
  • Bibliography
  • Author biographies.
Within the context of healthcare, there has been a long-standing interest in understanding the posture and movement of the human body. Gait analysis work over the years has looked to articulate the patterns and parameters of this movement both for a normal healthy body and in a range of movement-based disorders. In recent years, these efforts to understand the moving body have been transformed by significant advances in sensing technologies and computational analysis techniques all offering new ways for the moving body to be tracked, measured, and interpreted. While much of this work has been largely research focused, as the field matures, we are seeing more shifts into clinical practice. As a consequence, there is an increasing need to understand these sensing technologies over and above the specific capabilities to track, measure, and infer patterns of movement in themselves. Rather, there is an imperative to understand how the material form of these technologies enables them also to be situated in everyday healthcare contexts and practices. There are significant mutually interdependent ties between the fundamental characteristics and assumptions of these technologies and the configurations of everyday collaborative practices that are possible them. Our attention then must look to social, clinical, and technical relations pertaining to these various body technologies that may play out in particular ways across a range of different healthcare contexts and stakeholders. Our aim in this book is to explore these issues with key examples illustrating how social contexts of use relate to the properties and assumptions bound up in particular choices of body-tracking technology. We do this through a focus on three core application areas in healthcare-assessment, rehabilitation, and surgical interaction-and recent efforts to apply body-tracking technologies to them.
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Video
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  • Contents: Cardiac aging in human and animal models
  • Molecular mechanisms for cardiac aging
  • Recent advances on potential interventions for cardiac aging
  • Future perspectives of cardiac aging interventions.
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  • Fundamentals / S. Silbernagl and F. Lang
  • Temperature, energy / S. Silbernagl
  • Blood / S. Silbernagl
  • Kidney, salt and water balance / F. Lang
  • Stomach, intestines, liver / S. Silbernagl
  • Heart and circulation / S. Silbernagl
  • Metabolic disorders / S. Silbernagl
  • Hormones / F. Lang
  • Neuromuscular and sensory systems / F. Lang.
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  • â General aspects, definitions and assessments of PTSD.- PTSD in different conditions, groups, and specific incidents.- PTSD in relation to psychotic conditions or assessments.- Peritraumatic stress.- Biochemical, molecular, and genetic aspects of PTSD.- Neurological and neurogenic aspects of PTSD.- PTSD as a risk factor in causation of diseases and pathology.- PTSD in children and adolescents.- Animal models of PTSD: enhancing understanding.- PTSD in international and comparative perspective.- PTSD and selective conditions of stress and anxiety.- Treatments and therapies of PTSD.
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This is an all-embracing reference that offers analyses and discussions of contemporary issues in the field of PTSD. The book brings together scientific material from leading experts in the field relating to a wide range of important current topics across disciplines. These include the early identification of PTSD and subsequent treatment, to social and behavioral studies, to biochemical, molecular and genetic research. With more than 125 chapters organized in 12 major sections, this is the most complete single resource on PTSD.
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  • Contents: Insights into human aging
  • The compression of morbidity: central thesis
  • Reduction in health risks postpones aging
  • Delay aging by lifelong exercise
  • Exercise and morbidity
  • Actions that postpone aging
  • Multiple controlled longitudinal studies.
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  • Contents: Developmental plasticity
  • Genes and environment in development
  • Adaptive developmental decisions and their betrayal if conditions change
  • Phenotypic accommodation
  • Multiple pathways
  • Myth of single gene control
  • Blueprints and programs as false metaphors
  • Cross-generational continuity of the phenotype
  • Origins of novel phenotypes including disease.
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  • * Anatomy of the eye and orbit. * Embryology and early development of the eye and adnexia. * Genetics. * Biochemistry and cell biology. * Physiology of vision and the visual system. * General and ocular pharmacology. * Immunology. * Microbiology and infection. * Pathology.* Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780702055546 20160618
The Eye: Basic Sciences in Practice provides highly accessible, concise coverage of all the essential basic science required by today's ophthalmologists and optometrists in training. It is also essential reading for those embarking on a career in visual and ophthalmic science, as well as an invaluable, current refresher for the range of practitioners working in this area. This new fourth edition has now been fully revised and updated in line with current curricula, key research developments and clinical best practice. It succinctly incorporates the massive strides being made by genetics and functional genomics based on the Human Genome Project, the new understanding of how the microbiome affects all aspects of immunology, the remarkable progress in imaging technology now applied to anatomy and neurophysiology, as well as exciting new molecular and other diagnostic methodologies now being used in microbiology and pathology. All this and more collectively brings a wealth of new knowledge to students and practitioners in the fields of ophthalmology and visual science. For the first time, this (print) edition also now comes with bonus access to the complete, fully searchable electronic text - including carefully selected additional information and new video content to further explain and expand on key concepts - making The Eye a more flexible, comprehensive and engaging learning package than ever before.
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  • Introduction to NeuroIS.- A Primer on Neurobiology and the Brain for Information Systems Scholars.- Tools in NeuroIS Research: An Overview.- Topics in NeuroIS and a Taxonomy of Neuroscience Theories in NeuroIS.- quot--Times New Roman"--mso-ansi-language:EN-CA--mso-fareast-language:DE--mso-bi di-language: AR-SA">Establishing and Operating a NeuroIS Lab.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783662450901 20160619
This authored volume presents the fundamentals of NeuroIS, which is an emerging subfield within the Information Systems discipline that makes use of neuroscience and neurophysiological tools and knowledge to better understand the development, use, and impact of information and communication technologies. This book is an initial guide to this new research domain. The target audience primarily comprises PhD students and researchers, but the book may also be beneficial for graduate students and practitioners.
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  • Contents: Complexity of the lung cancer genome
  • Molecular classification of subtypes
  • Pathways of activation in tumors
  • Intratumoral heterogeneity
  • Targetable alterations in patients
  • Emerging areas in genomics of lung cancer.
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  • Contents: Life phases and human senescent phenotypes
  • Seven major human senescence phenotypes
  • Hypertension
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Diabetes type 2
  • Muscle aging
  • Gastrointestinal cancers
  • Skin aging
  • Inflammasomes and aging.
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  • The Mechanophysiololgy of Stress Fractures in Military Recruits.- Traumatic Brain Injury in the Military: Biomechanics and Finite Element Modelling.- Modeling Skeletal Injuries in Military Scenarios.- Biomechanics of Eye Injury in the Military.- The Biomechanical Basis for Increased Risk of Overuse Musculoskeletal Injuries in Female Soldiers.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319330105 20160619
This book provides a state-of-the-art update, as well as perspectives on future directions of research and clinical applications in the implementation of biomechanical and biophysical experimental, theoretical and computational models which are relevant to military medicine. Such experimental and modeling efforts are helpful, on the one hand, in understanding the aetiology, pathophysiology and dynamics of injury development and on the other hand in guiding the development of better equipment and protective gear or devices that should ultimately reduce the prevalence and incidence of injuries or lessen their hazardous effects. The book is useful for military-oriented biomedical engineers and medical physicists, as well as for military physiologists and other medical specialists who are interested in the science and technology implemented in modern investigations of military related injuries.
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  • Front Cover; Molecular Basis of Nutrition and Aging; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Introduction to the Molecular Basis of Nutrition and Aging; Series Preface; Acknowledgments; I. Introductory Aspects on Aging and Nutrition; 1 Molecular and Cellular Basis of Aging; Introduction; Biological Principles of Aging; Occurrence, Accumulation, and Consequences of Molecular Damage; Homeodynamics and the Homeodynamic Space; Nutrition and Food for Aging Interventions; Nutritional Hormetins; Conclusions; Summary Points; References.
  • 2 Unraveling Stochastic Aging Processes in Mouse Liver: Dissecting Biological from Chronological AgeIntroduction; Pathological Parameters are only Partially Associated with Chronological Age; Intraorgan Specific Biological Phenotypes; Tissue-Specific Biological Phenotypes; Gene Expression Profiles Related to Pathological Aging Parameters; Gene Expression Profiles Correlating with Pathological Parameters are Largely Specific to the Pathological Parameters; Future Perspectives; Conclusion; References; 3 Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics: The Basis of Molecular Nutrition; Introduction.
  • Nutrigenetics of Omega-3 PUFA in CVDNutrigenetics of Omega-3 PUHA in Cancer; DNA Damage and Nutrients; Cellular Senescence and Nutrients; Epigenetics and Nutrients; Summary Points; References; 4 Diet and Longevity Phenotype; Introduction; Main Text; Nutrient Components and Aging Process; Crucial Role of Fatty Acid Component; Genomic Studies and Importance of Palmitoleic Acid; The Central Position of Energy Sensor Systems; The Involvement of Sympathetic System; Epigenetic Linkage of Aging and Nutrition; Summary; References; 5 Nutrition in the Elderly: General Aspects; Introduction.
  • Malnutrition in the Elderly: Definition and General AspectsCauses of Malnutrition in the Elderly; Malnutrition: Possible Correction With Supplements in the Elderly; Nutrient-Sensing Pathways; Nutrient-Gene Interaction in the Elderly (Nutrigenomic Approach); Conclusions and Perspectives; Summary Points; Acknowledgments; References; 6 Nutrition in the Hospitalized Elderly; Introduction; Pathogenesis of Malnutrition in Hospitalized Elderly; The Interaction Between Aging, Health Status, Hospital Environment, and Nutritional Status; Why Are Hospitalized Older Adults Nutritionally Vulnerable?
  • Age-Related ChangesAnorexia of Aging; Changes in the Body Composition; Taste, Smell, and Mastication Dysfunction; Gastrointestinal Changes; Medical Causes; Use of Multiple Medications; Functional and Psychosocial Factors; Hospital Environment-Related Risks; Clinical Consequences of Malnutrition in Hospital; Malnutrition Screening and Assessment in Hospitalized Elderly; Malnutrition Screening as a Part from Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA); Comprehensive Nutritional Assessment; Nutritional History; Physical and Clinical Assessment; Anthropometry; The Biochemical Investigations.
Video
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  • Contents: Neuropathology of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Neuroinflammation in human ALS
  • Neuroinflammation in ALS mouse model
  • Role of microglia in ALS
  • Role of T cells in ALS
  • TREM2
  • Progranulin.
Book
1 online resource (XIV, 167 p. 71 ill., 27 illus. in color.) : online resource. Digital: text file; PDF.
  • Cell structure and biochemical reactions.- Cellular homeostasis and membrane potential.- The action potential.- Transport and cell-cell transmission.- Pharmacokinetics.- Skeletal-Muscular System.- Cardiovascular system I: The heart.- Cardiovascular system II: The vasculature.- Respiratory system.- Nervous system.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319261959 20160619
This book provides an introduction to qualitative and quantitative aspects of human physiology. It looks at biological and physiological processes and phenomena, including a selection of mathematical models, showing how physiological problems can be mathematically formulated and studied. It also illustrates how a wide range of engineering and physics topics, including electronics, fluid dynamics, solid mechanics and control theory can be used to describe and understand physiological processes and systems. Throughout the text there are introductions to measuring and quantifying physiological processes using both signal and imaging technologies. Physiology for Engineers describes the basic structure and models of cellular systems, the structure and function of the cardiovascular system, the electrical and mechanical activity of the heart and provides an overview of the structure and function of the respiratory and nervous systems. It also includes an introduction to the basic concepts and applications of reaction kinetics, pharmacokinetic modelling and tracer kinetics. It is of interest to final year biomedical engineering undergraduates and graduate students alike, as well as to practising engineers new to the fields of bioengineering or medical physics.
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Scholarpedia's Encyclopedia of Touch provides a comprehensive collection of peer-reviewed articles written by leading researchers, detailing our current scientific understanding of tactile sensing and its neural substrates in animals including humans. The encyclopedia allows ideas and insights to be shared between researchers working on different aspects of touch and in different species, including research in synthetic touch systems. In addition, this encyclopedia raises awareness of research in tactile sensing and increases scientific and public interest in the field. The articles address subjects including tactile control, whiskered robots, vibrissal coding, the molecular basis of touch, invertebrate mechanoreception, fingertip transducers and tactile sensing. All the articles in this encyclopedia provide in-depth and state-of-the-art scholarly treatment of the academic topics concerned, making it an excellent reference work for academics, professionals and students.
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1 online resource.
  • 1 Chapter 1 Biology and Function of Stem Cells.-2 Embryonic Stem Cells for Cardiac Regeneration.-3 Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells for Cardiac Regeneration.-4 Tissue Specific Progenitor/Stem Cells for Cardiac Regeneration.-5 Circadian Rhythms in Stem Cell Biology and Function.-6 MicroRNAs and stem cells: control pluripotency, reprogramming, and lineage commitment.-7 Epigenetic Regulation of Cardiac Regeneration.-8 Stem cell secretome and paracrine activity.-9 . Role of microvescicles and exosomes for intra- and intercardiac communication.-10 Delivery mode for cardiac stem cell therapy.-11 Stem cell therapies for cardiac regeneration: Current burden - future directions.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319254258 20160619
This book provides an update of recent advances in the basic and clinical applications of cell-based therapies for myocardial repair and regeneration in ischemic heart disease (IHD) and heart failure (HF). The first sections of the book illuminate basic aspects of stem cells such as definitions, isolation criteria and characterization of embryonic and adult stem cells, as well as pluripotent stem cells and tissue specific progenitor and stem cells. In the following section, the text examines the role of critical regulators of stem cell differentiation in myocardial regeneration, that include circadian rhythyms, microRNAs, epigenetics, microvescicles, and exosomes. The text concludes with a review of the use of stem/progenitor cells in cardiac regeneration and discuss current controversies, unresolved issues, challenges, and future directions. Stem Cells and Cardiac Regeneration is addressed to a wide audience consisting of cardiologists, clinicians, and research scientists, who will learn new concepts in cardiovascular regeneration and repair with special focus on molecular mechanisms and therapeutic potential for cardiovascular regeneration.
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  • Preface.- Chapter 1 Introduction.-Chapter 2 Formation of phantom limbs following ischemic nerve block.- Chapter 3 A new type of hand-object illusion.- Chapter 4 Visual and proprioceptive adaptation of arm position in a virtual environment.- Chapter 5 Conclusion.- Acknowledgement.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811014598 20160815
This book presents new findings on body image and also introduces new neuroscience-based methods for the fields of neurology and neurorehabilitation. Even when the hand is stationary we know its position - information that is needed by the brain to plan movements. If the sensory input from a limb is removed as the result of an accident, or as part of an experiment with local anesthesia, then a 'phantom' limb commonly develops. We used ischemic anesthesia of one limb to study the mechanisms that define this phenomenon. Surprisingly, if the fingers, wrist, elbow, ankle, and knee are extended before and during an ischemic block, then the perceived limb is flexed at the joint and vice versa. Furthermore, the limb is perceived to move continuously with no default position. The key parameter for these illusory changes in limb position is the difference in discharge rates between afferents in the flexor and extensor muscles at a joint. The final position of the phantom limb depends on its initial position, suggesting that a body image uses incoming proprioceptive information for determination of starting points and endpoints when generating movements. In addition, the change in position does not involve limb postures that are anatomically impossible, suggesting that illusory posture is constrained by body maps. These results provide new information about how the brain generates phantom limbs.
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  • More than the Modeling of Emotions: A foreword.- Modeling Emotions in Robotic Socially Believable Behaving Systems.- The Role of Intention in Cognitive Robotics.- Engagement Perception and Generation for Social Robots and Virtual Agents.- Social Development of Artificial Cognition.- Going Further in Affective Computing: How Emotion Recognition Can Improve Adaptive User Interaction.- Physical and Moral Disgust with Socially Believable Behaving Systems in Different Cultures.- Speaker's Hand Gestures Can Modulate Receiver's Negative Reactions to a Disagreeable Verbal Message.- Laughter Research: a Review of the ILHAIRE Project.- Prosody Enhances Cognitive Infocommunication: Materials from the HuComTech Corpus.- Analysis of Emotional Speech: A review.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319310558 20160619
This volume is a collection of research studies on the modeling of emotions in complex autonomous systems. Several experts in the field are reporting their efforts and reviewing the literature in order to shed lights on how the processes of coding and decoding emotional states took place in humans, which are the physiological, physical, and psychological variables involved, invent new mathematical models and algorithms to describe them, and motivate these investigations in the light of observable societal changes and needs, such as the aging population and the cost of health care services. The consequences are the implementation of emotionally and socially believable machines, acting as helpers into domestic spheres, where emotions drive behaviors and actions. The contents of the book are highly multidisciplinary since the modeling of emotions in robotic socially believable systems requires a holistic perspective on topics coming from different research domains such as computer science, engineering, sociology, psychology, linguistic, and information communication. The book is of interest both to experts and students since last research works on a so complex multidisciplinary topic are described in a neat and didactical scientific language.
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1 online resource. Digital: text file; PDF.
  • Part I. Human Peripheral Nerve.- 1. Ultrastructure of Myelinated and Unmyelinated Axons.- 2. Macrophages, Mastocytes, and Plasma Cells.- 3. Ultrastructure of the Endoneurium.- 4. Ultrastructure of the Perineurium.- 5. Ultrastructure of the Epineurium .- 6. Origin of the Fascicles and Intraneural Plexus.- 7. Macroscopic View of the Cervical Plexus and Brachial Plexus.- 8. Anna Carrera, Francisco Reina.- 9. Macroscopic View of the Lumbar Plexus and Sacral Plexus.- 10. Cross-sectional Microscopic Anatomy of the Sciatic Nerve and its Dissected Branches.- 11. Cross-sectional Microscopic Anatomy of the Sciatic Nerve and Paraneural Sheaths.- 12. Computerized Tomographic Images of Unintentional Intraneural Injection.- 13. Ultrasound View of Unintentional Intraneural Injection.- 14. Histologic Features of Needle-Nerve and Intraneural Injection Injury as Seen on Light Microscopy.- 15. Structure of Nerve Lesions after "In Vitro" Punctures.- 16. Scanning Electron Microscopy View of In Vitro Intraneural Injections.- 17. Injection of Dye Inside the Paraneural Sheath of the Sciatic Nerve in the Popliteal Fossa.- 18. High-Definition and Three-Dimensional Volumetric Ultrasound Imaging of the Sciatic Nerve.- Part II. Component of the Spinal Canal.- 19. Spinal Dural Sac, Nerve Root Cuffs, Rootlets, and Nerve Roots.- 20. Ultrastructure of Spinal Dura Mater.- 21. Ultrastructure of the Spinal Arachnoid Layer.- 22. Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of Spinal Dural Sac.- 23. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Spinal Epidural Fat.- 24. Ultrastructure of Human Spinal Trabecular Arachnoid.- 25. Ultrastructure of Spinal Pia Mater.- 26. Ultrastructure of Spinal Subdural Compartment: Origin of Spinal Subdural Space.- 27. Unintentional Subdural and Intradural Placement of Epidural Catheters.- 28. Ultrastructure of Human Spinal Nerve Roots.- 29. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Cauda Equine Nerve Roots.- 30. Spinal Nerve Root Lesions after "In Vitro" Needle Puncture.- 31. Nerve Root Cuff Lesions after "In Vitro" Needle Puncture and Model of "In Vitro" Nerve Stimuli Caused by Epidural Catheters.- 32. Ligamentum Flavum and Related Spinal Ligaments.- 33. The Ligamentum Flavum.- 34. Subarachnoid (Intrathecal) Ligaments.- 35. Displacement of the Nerve Roots of Cauda Equina in Different Positions.- 36. Nerve Root and Types of Needles Used in Transforaminal Injections.- 37. Three-Dimensional Visualization of Spinal Cerebrospinal Fluid and Cauda Equina Nerve Roots, and Estimation of a Related Vulnerability Ratio.- 38. Ultrastructure of Nerve Root Cuffs: Dura-Epineurium Transition Tissue.- 39. Ultrastructure of Nerve Root Cuffs: Arachnoid Layer-Perineurium Transition Tissue at Preganglionic, Ganglionic, and Postganglionic Levels.- 40. Spinal Cord Stimulation.- 41. Ultrastructure of Dural Lesions Produced in Lumbar Punctures.- 42. Injections of Particulate Steroids for Nerve Root Blockade: Ultrastructural Examination of Complicating Factors.- 43. Nerve Root and Types of Needles Used in Transforaminal Injections.- Part III. Materials.- 44. Needles in Regional Anesthesia.- 45. Catheters in Regional Anesthesia.- 46. Epidural Filters and Particles from Surgical Gloves.- Part IV. Research Techniques.- 47. Three-dimensional Reconstruction of Spinal Cerebrospinal Fluid, Roots, and Surrounding Structures.- 48. Cerebrospinal Fluid and Root Volume Quantification from Magnetic Resonance Images.- 49. Scanning Electron Microscopy.- 50. Transmission Electron Microscopy.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319095219 20160618
This is the first atlas to depict in high-resolution images the fine structure of the spinal canal, the nervous plexuses, and the peripheral nerves in relation to clinical practice. The Atlas of Functional Anatomy for Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine contains more than 1500 images of unsurpassed quality, most of which have never been published, including scanning electron microscopy images of neuronal ultrastructures, macroscopic sectional anatomy, and three-dimensional images reconstructed from patient imaging studies. Each chapter begins with a short introduction on the covered subject but then allows the images to embody the rest of the work; detailed text accompanies figures to guide readers through anatomy, providing evidence-based, clinically relevant information. Beyond clinically relevant anatomy, the book features regional anesthesia equipment (needles, catheters, surgical gloves) and overview of some cutting edge research instruments (e.g. scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy). Of interest to regional anesthesiologists, interventional pain physicians, and surgeons, this compendium is meant to complement texts that do not have this type of graphic material in the subjects of regional anesthesia, interventional pain management, and surgical techniques of the spine or peripheral nerves.
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