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Applications Manual to Accompany Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology,9780130478115

Applications Manual to Accompany Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology

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Summary

by Frederic H. Martini and Kathleen Welch This valuable resource contains extensive discussions on clinical topics and disorders. Coverage has been added to reflect new research in molecular and cellular biology, including genetic engineering, gene therapy, and cancer. All material is cross-referenced to the text. Packaged free with each new copy of the text.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Foundations
1(10)
An Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
1(10)
Disease, Pathology, and Diagnosis
1(1)
The Scientific Method
1(3)
Forming a Hypothesis
2(1)
Avoiding Bias
2(1)
The Need for Repeatability
3(1)
Homeostasis and Disease
4(1)
The Diagnosis of Disease
4(7)
Symptoms and Signs
4(1)
The Steps in Diagnosis
5(3)
The Purpose of Diagnosis
8(3)
Levels of Organization
11(21)
The Chemical Level of Organization
11(5)
Medical Use of Radioisotopes
11(2)
Radioisotopes and Clinical Testing
11(1)
Radiopharmaceuticals
12(1)
Solutions and Concentrations
13(1)
The Pharmaceutical Use of Isomers
14(1)
Artificial Sweeteners
14(1)
Fat Substitutes
14(1)
Metabolic Anomalies
15(1)
Phenylketonuria
15(1)
Albinism
15(1)
Hypercholesterolemia
15(1)
Galactosemia
15(1)
The Cellular Level of Organization
16(12)
The Nature of Pathogens
16(5)
Bacteria
16(1)
Viruses
17(3)
Prions
20(1)
Unicellular and Multicellular Parasites
20(1)
Methods of Microanatomy
21(2)
Light Microscopy
23(1)
Electron Microscopy
23(1)
Lysosomal Storage Diseases
23(2)
Mitochondrial Dna, Disease, and Evolution
25(1)
Genetic Engineering and Gene Therapy
25(3)
Mapping the Human Genome
25(1)
Gene Manipulation and Modification
26(2)
Drugs and the Cell Membrane
28(1)
The Tissue Level of Organization
28(4)
Cancer: A Closer Look
28(4)
Causes of Cancer
28(1)
Detection and Incidence of Cancer
29(1)
Clinical Staging and Tumor Grading
29(1)
Cancer Treatment
30(1)
Cancer and Survival
31(1)
The Integumentary System
32(8)
The Integumentary System
32(8)
Examination of the Skin
32(2)
Diagnosing Skin Conditions
34(1)
Disorders of Keratin Production
34(2)
Dermatitis
35(1)
Baldness and Hirsutism
36(1)
Folliculitis and Acne
37(1)
Trauma to the Skin
37(1)
Treatment of Skin Conditions
38(1)
Synthetic Skin
38(1)
Cutaneous Anthrax
39(1)
The Skeletal System
40(10)
An Introduction to the Skeletal System and its Disorders
40(1)
The Dynamic Skeleton
40(1)
Classification of Skeletal Disorders
41(1)
Symptoms of Bone and Joint Disorders
41(2)
Examination of the Skeletal System
43(1)
Osseous Tissue and Skeletal Structure
44(2)
Heterotopic Bone Formation
44(1)
Congenital Disorders of the Skeleton
44(1)
Stimulation of Bone Growth and Repair
45(1)
Osteoporosis and Age-Related Skeletal Abnormalities
46(1)
The Axial Skeleton
46(1)
Kyphosis, Lordosis, and Scoliosis
46(1)
The Appendicular Skeleton
47(1)
Problems With the Ankle and Foot
47(1)
Articulations
47(3)
Diagnosing and Treating Intervertebral Disc Problems
47(1)
Arthroscopic Surgery and the Diagnosis of Joint Injuries
47(1)
Rheumatism, Arthritis, and Synovial Function
48(1)
Hip Fractures, Aging, and Professional Athletes
49(1)
The Muscular System
50(7)
An Introduction to the Muscular System and Its Disorders
50(1)
The Diagnosis of Muscular System Disorders
50(3)
Signs of Muscular Disorders
50(1)
Symptoms of Muscular Disorders
51(1)
Diagnosis of Muscular Disorders
52(1)
Muscle Tissue
53(2)
Disruption of Normal Muscle Organization
53(1)
Necrotizing Fasciitis
53(1)
Trichinosis
53(1)
Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
53(1)
Myotonic Dystrophy
54(1)
Problems with the Control of Muscle Activity
54(1)
Botulism
54(1)
Myasthenia Gravis
54(1)
Polio
55(1)
The Muscular System
55(2)
Hernias
55(1)
Sports Injuries
56(1)
The Nervous System
57(24)
An Introduction to the Nervous System and its Disorders
57(1)
The Symptoms of Neurological Disorders
57(1)
The Neurological Examination
57(3)
Headaches
60(1)
Neural Tissue
60(2)
Axoplasmic Transport and Disease
60(1)
Demyelination Disorders
61(1)
Neuroactive Drugs
61(1)
Neurotoxins in Seafood
61(1)
Tay-Sachs Disease
62(1)
The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves
62(4)
Meningitis
62(1)
Spinal Anesthesia
63(1)
Multiple Sclerosis
63(1)
Spinal-Cord Injuries and Experimental Treatments
63(1)
Biological Methods
63(1)
Electronic Methods
64(1)
Damage and Repair of Peripheral Nerves
64(1)
Peripheral Neuropathies
65(1)
Shingles and Hansen's Disease
65(1)
Abnormal Reflex Activity
65(1)
The Brain and Cranial Nerves
66(3)
Cranial Trauma
66(1)
Cerebellar Dysfunction
66(1)
Analysis of Gait and Balance
67(1)
The Basal Nuclei and Parkinson's Disease
67(1)
Aphasia
68(1)
Seizures and Epilepsies
68(1)
Tic Douloureux
69(1)
Cranial Nerve Tests
69(1)
Neural Integration I: Sensory and Somatic Pathways
69(4)
Analyzing Sensory Disorders
69(1)
Transduction: A Closer Look
69(2)
Pain Mechanisms, Pathways, and Control: a Closer Look
71(1)
Acute and Chronic Pain
71(1)
Assessment of Tactile Sensitivities
72(1)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
72(1)
Neural Integration II: The Autonomic Nervous System and Higher Functions
73(6)
Hypersensitivity and Sympathetic Function
73(1)
Biofeedback
73(1)
Pharmacology and the Autonomic Nervous System
73(2)
Amnesia
75(1)
Altered States
75(1)
Sleep Disorders
75(2)
Huntington's Disease
77(1)
Pharmacology and Drug Abuse
77(1)
Alzheimer's Disease
78(1)
The Special Senses
79(2)
Otitis Media and Mastoiditis
79(1)
Vertigo and Meniere's Disease
79(1)
Testing and Treating Hearing Deficits
80(1)
The Endocrine System
81(7)
The Endocrine System
81(7)
A Classification of Endocrine Disorders
81(2)
Disorders Due to Endocrine Gland Abnormalities
82(1)
Disorders Due to Endocrine or Neural Regulatory Mechanism Abnormalities
82(1)
Disorders Due to Target Tissue Abnormalities
82(1)
Symptoms and Diagnosis of Endocrine Disorders
83(2)
Thyroid Gland Disorders
85(1)
Disorders of Parathyroid Function
85(1)
Disorders of the Adrenal Cortex
85(1)
Disorders of the Adrenal Medulla
86(1)
Light and Behavior
86(1)
Diabetes Mellitus
87(1)
Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
87(1)
Non-Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
87(1)
The Cardiovascular System
88(22)
An Introduction to the Cardiovascular System and its Disorders
88(1)
The Physical Examination and the Cardiovascular System
88(2)
Diagnostic Procedures for Cardiovascular Disorders
90(4)
Blood
94(6)
Polycythemia
94(1)
Thalassemia
94(1)
Transfusions and Synthetic Blood
94(1)
Sickle-Cell Anemia
95(1)
Bilirubin Tests and Jaundice
95(1)
Iron Deficiencies and Excesses
96(1)
Erythrocytosis and Blood Doping
96(1)
Blood Tests and RBCS
97(1)
Reticulocyte Count
97(1)
Hematocrit (Hct)
97(1)
Hemoglobin Concentration (Hb)
97(1)
RBC Count
97(1)
The Leukemias
98(1)
The Clotting System: A Closer Look
98(2)
Testing the Clotting System
100(1)
Bleeding Time
100(1)
Coagulation Time
100(1)
Partial Thromboplastin Time (PTT)
100(1)
Prothrombin Time
100(1)
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
100(1)
The Heart
100(7)
Infection and Inflammation of the Heart
100(1)
The Cardiomyopathies
100(1)
Heart Transplants and Assist Devices
101(1)
RHD and Valvular Stenosis
101(1)
Problems with Pacemaker Function
102(1)
Diagnosing Abnormal Heartbeats
103(2)
Tachycardia and Fibrillation
104(1)
Examining the Heart
105(1)
Heart Failure
105(2)
Blood Vessels and Circulation
107(3)
Aneurysms
107(1)
Problems with Venous Valve Function
107(1)
Hypertension and Hypotension
108(1)
The Causes and Treatment of Cerebrovascular Disease
108(1)
Other Types of Shock
109(1)
The Lymphatic System
110(15)
The Lymphatic System and Immunity
110(15)
Physical Examination and the Lymphatic System
110(1)
Disorders of the Lymphatic System
111(1)
Infected Lymphoid Nodules
112(2)
Lymphomas
114(1)
Disorders of the Spleen
115(1)
The Complement System: A Closer Look
115(1)
Complications of Inflammation
116(1)
Transplants and Immunosuppressive Drugs
116(1)
Immunization
117(1)
Lyme Disease
117(2)
Aids
119(2)
Symptoms of HIV Disease
119(1)
Incidence
119(1)
Modes of Infection
120(1)
Prevention of AIDS
120(1)
Treatment
121(1)
Technology, Immunity, and Disease
121(1)
Fetal Infections
122(1)
Delayed Hypersensitivity and Skin Tests
122(1)
Immune Complex Disorders
123(1)
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
123(1)
Autoimmune Disorders
123(2)
The Respiratory System
125(11)
The Respiratory System
125(11)
Symptoms of Lower Respiratory Disorders
125(1)
The Physical Examination and the Respiratory System
126(1)
Disorders of the Respiratory System
126(2)
Overloading the Respiratory Defenses
128(2)
Cystic Fibrosis
130(1)
Tuberculosis
130(1)
Asthma
131(1)
Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS)
131(1)
Boyle's Law and Air Overexpansion Syndrome
132(1)
CPR
132(1)
Pulmonary Function Tests
132(1)
Decompression Sickness
132(1)
Bronchitis, Emphysema, and Copd
133(1)
Mountain Sickness
133(1)
Shallow-Water Blackout
134(1)
Chemoreceptor Accommodation and Opposition
135(1)
Lung Cancer
135(1)
The Digestive System and Metabolism
136(17)
The Digestive System
136(11)
Symptoms and Signs of Digestive System Disorders
136(1)
The Physical Examination and the Digestive System
137(1)
Disorders of the Digestive System
137(6)
Achalasia and Esophagitis
143(1)
Peptic Ulcers
143(1)
Drastic Weight-Loss Techniques
143(1)
Surgical Remodeling of the Gastrointestinal Tract
143(1)
Liposuction
143(1)
Liver Disease
144(1)
Assessing Liver Structure and Function
144(1)
Hepatitis
144(1)
Cirrhosis
145(1)
Cholecystitis
145(1)
Colon Inspection and Cancer
145(1)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
146(1)
Diarrhea
146(1)
Gastroenteritis
146(1)
Traveler's Diarrhea
146(1)
Giardiasis
146(1)
Cholera Epidemics
147(1)
Lactose Intolerance
147(1)
Metabolism and Energetics
147(6)
Aerobic Metabolism: A Closer Look
147(1)
Protein Deficiency Diseases
147(1)
Phenylketonuria
147(2)
Gout
149(1)
Body Mass Index and Obesity
149(2)
Adaptations to Starvation
151(1)
Fevers
152(1)
The Urinary System and Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
153(8)
The Urinary System
153(6)
The Physical Examination and the Urinary System
153(1)
Pah and the Calculation of Renal Blood Flow
154(2)
Conditions Affecting Filtration
156(1)
Physical Damage to the Filtration Apparatus
156(1)
Interference with Filtrate or Urine Flow
157(1)
Inherited Problems with Tubular Function
157(1)
Diuretics
157(1)
Urinalysis
158(1)
Urinary Tract Infections
159(1)
Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance
159(2)
Water and Weight Loss
159(1)
Diagnostic Classification of Acid-Base Disorders
159(2)
The Anion Gap
159(1)
The Nomogram
160(1)
The Reproductive System and Development
161(15)
The Reproductive System
161(8)
The Physical Examination and the Reproductive System
161(3)
Assessment of the Male Reproductive System
161(3)
Assessment of the Female Reproductive System
164(1)
Normal and Abnormal Signs Associated with Pregnancy
164(1)
Disorders of the Reproductive System
165(1)
The Diagnosis and Treatment of Ovarian Cancer
165(1)
Uterine Tumors and Cancers
166(1)
Vaginitis
166(1)
Experimental Contraceptive Methods
167(1)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
167(2)
Chlamydia
167(1)
Gonorrhea
167(1)
Syphilis
167(1)
Herpes
168(1)
Genital Warts
168(1)
Chancroid
168(1)
Development and Inheritance
169(7)
Disorders of Development
169(1)
Teratogens and Abnormal Development
169(1)
Induction and Sexual Differentiation
170(1)
Ectopic Pregnancies
170(1)
Problems with Placentation
171(1)
Problems with the Maintenance of a Pregnancy
171(1)
Complexity and Perfection
171(1)
Monitoring Postnatal Development
172(2)
Death and Dying
174(2)
Case Studies
176(7)
Case Study 1---George's Demise
176(1)
Case Study 2---Christine's Workout
176(1)
Case Study 3---Charlenes's Pain
177(1)
Case Study 4---Hal's Athletic Adventure
178(1)
Case Study 5---Jim and that Darned Cat
178(1)
Case Study 6---Robin's Abdominal Pains
179(1)
Case Study 7---Mrs. M.'S Summer Problems
180(1)
Case Study 8---Cynthia's Bad Back
181(2)
Photo Credits 183(2)
Index 185


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