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Physiology Cases and Problems includes a collection of carefully selected patient case studies covering the clinically relevant physiology topics that first and second year medical students need to know for physiology coursework and for USMLE Step 1. Both courses and board exams focus on clinical topics and their relationship to the underlying science. The cases cover clinically relevant topics in physiology by asking students to answer open-ended questions and solve questions. A companion to Dr. Costanzo's BRS Physiology book, this book is also intended as a complement to lectures, course syllabi, and comprehensive textbooks in physiology.
Table of Contents
|Cellular and Autonomic Physiology||p. 1|
|Permeability and Simple Diffusion||p. 2|
|Osmolarity, Osmotic Pressure, and Osmosis||p. 7|
|Nernst Equation and Equilibrium Potentials||p. 13|
|Primary Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis||p. 19|
|Epidural Anesthesia: Effect of Lidocaine on Nerve Action Potentials||p. 24|
|Multiple Sclerosis: Myelin and Conduction Velocity||p. 28|
|Myasthenia Gravis: Neuromuscular Transmission||p. 32|
|Pheochromocytoma: Effects of Catecholamines||p. 36|
|Shy-Drager Syndrome: Central Autonomic Failure||p. 42|
|Cardiovascular Physiology||p. 47|
|Essential Cardiovascular Calculations||p. 48|
|Ventricular Pressure-Volume Loops||p. 57|
|Responses to Changes in Posture||p. 64|
|Cardiovascular Responses to Exercise||p. 69|
|Renovascular Hypertension: The Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System||p. 74|
|Hypovolemic Shock: Regulation of Blood Pressure||p. 79|
|Primary Pulmonary Hypertension: Right Ventricular Failure||p. 86|
|Myocardial Infarction: Left Ventricular Failure||p. 91|
|Ventricular Septal Defect||p. 97|
|Aortic Stenosis||p. 101|
|Atrioventricular Conduction Block||p. 105|
|Respiratory Physiology||p. 109|
|Essential Respiratory Calculations: Lung Volumes, Dead Space, and Alveolar Ventilation||p. 110|
|Essential Respiratory Calculations: Gases and Gas Exchange||p. 116|
|Ascent to High Altitude||p. 122|
|Asthma: Obstructive Lung Disease||p. 128|
|Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease||p. 139|
|Interstitial Fibrosis: Restrictive Lung Disease||p. 146|
|Carbon Monoxide Poisoning||p. 153|
|Renal and Acid-Base Physiology||p. 161|
|Essential Calculations in Renal Physiology||p. 162|
|Essential Calculations in Acid-Base Physiology||p. 169|
|Glucosuria: Diabetes Mellitus||p. 175|
|Hyperaldosteronism: Conn's Syndrome||p. 181|
|Central Diabetes Insipidus||p. 189|
|Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone||p. 198|
|Generalized Edema: Nephrotic Syndrome||p. 202|
|Metabolic Acidosis: Diabetic Ketoacidosis||p. 208|
|Metabolic Acidosis: Diarrhea||p. 215|
|Metabolic Acidosis: Methanol Poisoning||p. 219|
|Metabolic Alkalosis: Vomiting||p. 223|
|Respiratory Acidosis: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease||p. 230|
|Respiratory Alkalosis: Hysterical Hyperventilation||p. 234|
|Chronic Renal Failure||p. 238|
|Gastrointestinal Physiology||p. 243|
|Difficulty in Swallowing: Achalasia||p. 244|
|Malabsorption of Carbohydrates: Lactose Intolerance||p. 248|
|Peptic Ulcer Disease: Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome||p. 253|
|Peptic Ulcer Disease: Helicobacter pylori Infection||p. 259|
|Secretory Diarrhea: Escherichia coli Infection||p. 263|
|Bile Acid Deficiency: Ileal Resection||p. 267|
|Liver Failure and Hepatorenal Syndrome||p. 272|
|Endocrine and Reproductive Physiology||p. 279|
|Growth Hormone-Secreting Tumor: Acromegaly||p. 280|
|Galactorrhea and Amenorrhea: Prolactinoma||p. 284|
|Hyperthyroidism: Graves' Disease||p. 288|
|Hypothyroidism: Autoimmune Thyroiditis||p. 295|
|Adrenocortical Excess: Cushing's Syndrome||p. 299|
|Adrenocortical Insufficiency: Addison's Disease||p. 304|
|Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia: 21ß-Hydroxylase Deficiency||p. 309|
|Primary Hyperparathyroidism||p. 312|
|Humoral Hypercalcemia of Malignancy||p. 316|
|Hyperglycemia: Type I Diabetes Mellitus||p. 320|
|Primary Amenorrhea: Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome||p. 324|
|Male Hypogonadism: Kallmann's Syndrome||p. 329|
|Male Pseudohermaphroditism: 5¿-Reductase Deficiency||p. 332|
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