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Endocrinology's bestselling single-source reference is now in full colorCovers both basic science AND clinical medicine!5 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW (of prior edition) "This book, one of the best endocrine textbooks, manages to be comprehensive but not overwhelming. Since various aspects of clinical endocrinology have changed in recent years, a new edition is certainly warranted. I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in endocrinology."--Doody's Review ServiceGreenspan's Basic & Clinical Endocrinologyis the one-stop guide to the entire field of clinical endocrinology and its scientific underpinnings. Featuring a new full-color presentation with hundreds of illustrations and clinical photographs, the ninth edition provides a succinct, leading edge overview of the underlying molecular biology of the endocrine system, and the clinical approach to specific diseases and disorders.Features NEW full-color presentation NEW design and format makes the information easier to find and use Essential for board certification preparation in medicine and endocrinology Primarily written by clinicians and researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, recognized as one of the world's top endocrine research treatment centers Perfect for integrated or traditional curriculaCoverage of both basic science and clinical medicine: Chapter 1. Hormones and Hormone Action. David G. Gardner, MD, Mark Anderson, MD, PhD and Robert Nissenson, PhD; Chapter 2. Endocrine Autoimmunity; Chapter 3. Evidence-Based Endocrinology; Chapter 4. Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland; Chapter 5. Posterior Pituitary (Neurohypophysis); Chapter 6. Growth; Chapter 7. The Thyroid Gland; Chapter 8. Metabolic Bone Disease; Chapter 9. Glucocorticoids and Adrenal Androgens; Chapter 10. Endocrine Hypertension; Chapter 11. Adrenal Medulla and Paraganglia; Chapter 12. Testes; Chapter 13. Female Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility;Chapter 14. Disorders of Sexual Determination and Differentiation; Chapter 15. Puberty; Chapter 16. The Endocrinology of Pregnancy; Chapter 17. Pancreatic Hormones and Diabetes Mellitus; Chapter 18. Hypoglycemic Disorders; Chapter 19. Disorders of Lipoprotein Metabolism; Chapter 20. Obesity and Overweight; Chapter 21. Humoral Manifestations of Malignancy; Chapter 22. Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia; Chapter 23. Geriatric Endocrinology;Chapter 24. Endocrine Emergencies; Chapter 25. AIDS Endocrinopathies; Chapter 26. Endocrine Surgery; Appendix: Normal Hormone Reference Ranges
Table of Contents
1. Hormones and Hormone Action, David G. Gardner, Mark Anderson, and Robert A. Nissenson
2. Endocrine Autoimmunity, Juan Carlos Jaume
3. Evidence-Based Endocrinology & Clinical Epidemiology, David C. Aron
4. Hypothalamus & Pituitary Gland, Bradley R. Javorsky, David C. Aron, James W. Findling, and J. Blake Tyrrell
5. The Posterior Pituitary (Neurohypophysis), Alan G. Robinson
6. Growth, Dennis Styne
7. The Thyroid Gland, David S. Cooper, and Paul W. Ladenson
8. Metabolic Bone Disease, Dolores Shoback, Deborah Sellmeyer, and Daniel D. Bikle
9. Glucocorticoids & Adrenal Androgens, Ty B.Carroll, David C. Aron, James W. Findling, and J. Blake Tyrrell
10. Endocrine Hypertension, William F. Young, Jr.
11. Adrenal Medulla & Paraganglia, Paul A. Fitzgerald
12. Testes, Glenn D. Braunstein
13. Female Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, Mitchell P. Rosen, and Marcelle I. Cedars
14. Disorders of Sexual Determination & Differentiation, Felix A. Conte and Melvin M. Grumbach
15. Puberty, Dennis Styne
16. The Endocrinology of Pregnancy, Robert N. Taylor and Martina L. Badell
17. Pancreatic Hormones & Diabetes Mellitus, Umesh Masharani and Michael S. German
18. Hypoglycemic Disorders, Umesh Masharani and Stephen E. Gitelman
19. Disorders of Lipoprotein Metabolism, Mary J. Malloy and John P. Kane
20. Obesity, Alka M. Kanaya and Christian Vaisse
21. Humoral Manifestations of Malignancy, Dolores Shoback and Janet L Funk
22. Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia, David G. Gardner
23. Geriatric Endocrinology, Susan L. Greenspan and Mary Korytkowski and Neil M. Resnick
24. Endocrine Emergencies, David G. Gardner
25. AIDS Endocrinopathies, Carl Grunfeld and Grace Lee
26. Endocrine Surgery, Geeta Lal and Orlo H Clark
Appendix: Normal Hormone Reference Ranges