Color Atlas of Pathophysiology 3rd Edition [Pehme köide]

  • Formaat: Paperback, 448 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 127x191x23 mm, kaal: 554 g, 195
  • Ilmumisaeg: 16-Feb-2016
  • Kirjastus: Thieme Publishing Group
  • ISBN-10: 3131165537
  • ISBN-13: 9783131165534
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  • Formaat: Paperback, 448 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 127x191x23 mm, kaal: 554 g, 195
  • Ilmumisaeg: 16-Feb-2016
  • Kirjastus: Thieme Publishing Group
  • ISBN-10: 3131165537
  • ISBN-13: 9783131165534
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Understanding pathophysiology is the first step toward clinical medicine. This book presents the most important mechanisms of how disease develops in nearly 200 vivid color plates accompanied by clear text. Every double page, with text on the left and pictures on the right, gives a rapid and complete overview of its topic. The contents are organized systematically and a color-coded thumb index makes it easy to navigate through the book. Where necessary for clarity, the basics of physiology are explained again. Numerous clinical references illustrate the links between theory and practice. The pocket atlas has been fully revised and updated for the third edition. It now includes detailed information about malaria, energy metabolism, eating disorders, and obesity. Color Atlas of Pathophysiology is the ideal supplement to Color Atlas of Physiology!
1 Fundamentals S. Silbernagl and F. Lang
2(22)
Cell Growth and Cell Adaptation
2(4)
Abnormalities of Intracellular Signal Transmission
6(4)
PI3-Kinase-Dependent Signal Transduction
10(2)
Necrotic Cell Death
12(2)
Apoptotic Cell Death
14(2)
Development of Tumor Cells
16(2)
Effects of Tumors
18(2)
Aging and Life Expectancy
20(4)
2 Temperature, Energy S. Silbernagl
24(6)
Fever
24(2)
Hyperthermia, Heat Injuries
26(2)
Hypothermia, Cold Injury
28(2)
3 Blood S. Silbernagl
30(40)
Overview
30(2)
Erythrocytes
32(1)
Erythropoiesis, Anemia
32(2)
Erythrocyte Turnover: Abnormalities, Compensation, and Diagnosis
34(2)
Megaloblastic Anemia Due to Abnormalities in DNA Synthesis
36(2)
Anemias Due to Disorders of Hemoglobin Synthesis
38(2)
Iron Deficiency Anemia
40(2)
Hemolytic Anemias
42(2)
Malaria
44(2)
Immune Defense
46(6)
Inflammation
52(4)
Hypersensitivity Reactions (Allergies)
56(4)
Autoimmune Diseases
60(2)
Immune Defects
62(2)
Hemostasis and Its Disorders
64(6)
4 Respiration, Acid-Base Balance
70(30)
F. Lang
Overview
70(2)
Ventilation, Perfusion
72(2)
Diffusion Abnormalities
74(2)
Distribution Abnormalities
76(2)
Restrictive Lung Diseases
78(2)
Obstructive Lung Diseases
80(2)
Pulmonary Emphysema
82(2)
Pulmonary Edema
84(2)
Pathophysiology of Breathing Regulation
86(2)
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
88(2)
Hypoxia
90(2)
Hyperoxia, Oxidative Stress
92(2)
Development of Alkalosis
94(2)
Development of Acidosis
96(2)
Effects of Acidosis and Alkalosis
98(2)
5 Kidney, Salt and Water Balance
100(46)
F. Lang
Overview
100(2)
Abnormalities of Renal Excretion
102(2)
Pathophysiology of Renal Transport Processes
104(4)
Abnormalities of Urinary Concentration
108(2)
Polycystic Kidney Disease
110(2)
Abnormalities of Glomerular Function
112(2)
Disorders of Glomerular Permselectivity, Nephrotic Syndrome
114(2)
Interstitial Nephritis
116(2)
Acute Renal Failure
118(2)
Chronic Renal Failure
120(4)
Renal Hypertension
124(2)
Kidney Disease in Pregnancy
126(2)
Hepatorenal Syndrome
128(2)
Urolithiasis
130(2)
Disorders of Water and Salt Balance
132(2)
Abnormalities of Potassium Balance
134(2)
Abnormalities of Magnesium Balance
136(2)
Abnormalities of Calcium Balance
138(2)
Abnormalities of Phosphate Balance
140(2)
Pathophysiology of Bone
142(4)
6 Stomach, Intestines, Liver
146(44)
S. Silbernagl
Function of the Gastrointestinal Tract
146(2)
Esophagus
148(4)
Nausea and Vomiting
152(2)
Gastritis (Gastropathy)
154(2)
Ulcer
156(4)
Disorders after Stomach Surgery
160(2)
Diarrhea
162(2)
Maldigestion and Malabsorption
164(4)
Constipation and (Pseudo-)Obstruction
168(2)
Chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease
170(2)
Acute Pancreatitis
172(2)
Chronic Pancreatitis
174(2)
Cystic Fibrosis
176(2)
Gallstone Disease (Cholelithiasis)
178(4)
Jaundice (Icterus) and Cholestasis
182(2)
Portal Hypertension
184(2)
Fibrosis and Cirrhosis of the Liver
186(2)
Liver Failure (see also p. 184ff)
188(2)
7 Heart and Circulation
190(68)
S. Silbernagl
Overview
190(2)
Phases of Cardiac Action (Cardiac Cycle)
192(2)
Origin and Spread of Excitation in the Heart
194(4)
The Electrocardiogram (ECG)
198(2)
Abnormalities of Cardiac Rhythm
200(8)
Mitral Stenosis
208(2)
Mitral Regurgitation
210(2)
Aortic Stenosis
212(2)
Aortic Regurgitation
214(2)
Defects of the Tricuspid and Pulmonary Valves; Circulatory Shunts
216(4)
Arterial Blood Pressure and Its Measurement
220(2)
Hypertension
222(6)
Pulmonary Hypertension
228(2)
Coronary Circulation
230(2)
Coronary Heart Disease
232(2)
Myocardial Infarction
234(4)
Heart Failure
238(6)
Pericardial Diseases
244(2)
Circulatory Shock
246(4)
Edema
250(2)
Atherosclerosis
252(4)
Nonatherosclerotic Disturbances of Arterial Bloodflow; Venous Diseases
256(2)
8 Metabolic Disorders
258(24)
S. Silbernagl
Overview
258(1)
Disorders of Amino Acid Metabolism
258(2)
Disorders of Carbohydrate Metabolism; Lipidoses
260(2)
Abnormalities of Lipoprotein Metabolism
262(4)
Energy Homeostasis, Obesity
266(4)
Eating Disorders
270(2)
Gout
272(2)
Iron Metabolism, Hemochromatosis
274(2)
Copper Metabolism, Wilson's Disease
276(1)
α1-Antitrypsin Deficiency
276(2)
Dysproteinemias
278(2)
Heme Synthesis, Porphyrias
280(2)
9 Hormones
282(42)
F. Lang
General Pathophysiology of Hormones
282(2)
Abnormalities of Endocrine Regulatory Circuits
284(2)
Antidiuretic Hormone
286(1)
Prolactin
286(2)
Somatotropin
288(2)
Adrenocortical Hormones: Enzyme Defects in Production
290(2)
Adrenocortical Hormones: Causes of Abnormal Secretion
292(2)
Excess Adrenocortical Hormones: Cushing's Disease
294(2)
Deficiency of Adrenocortical Hormones: Addison's Disease
296(2)
Causes and Effects of Androgen Excess and Deficiency
298(2)
Female Sex Hormone Secretion
300(2)
Effects of Female Sex Hormones
302(2)
Intersexuality
304(2)
Causes of Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, and Goiter
306(2)
Effects and Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism
308(2)
Effects and Symptoms of Hypothyroidism
310(2)
Causes of Diabetes Mellitus
312(2)
Acute Effects of Insulin Deficiency (Diabetes Mellitus)
314(2)
Late Complications of Prolonged Hyperglycemia (Diabetes Mellitus)
316(2)
Hyperinsulinism, Hypoglycemia
318(2)
Histamine, Bradykinin, and Serotonin
320(2)
Eicosanoids
322(2)
10 Neuromuscular and Sensory Systems
324(64)
F. Lang
Overview
324(2)
Pathophysiology of Nerve Cells
326(2)
Demyelination
328(2)
Disorders of Neuromuscular Transmission
330(2)
Diseases of the Motor Unit and Muscles
332(4)
Lesions of the Descending Motor Tracts
336(2)
Diseases of the Basal Ganglia
338(4)
Lesions of the Cerebellum
342(2)
Abnormalities of the Sensory System
344(2)
Pain
346(2)
Diseases of the Optical Apparatus of the Eye
348(2)
Diseases of the Retina
350(2)
Abnormalities of the Visual Pathway and Processing of Visual Information
352(2)
Hearing Impairment
354(2)
Vestibular System, Nystagmus
356(1)
Olfaction, Taste
356(2)
Disorders of the Autonomic Nervous System
358(2)
Lesions of the Hypothalamus
360(2)
The Electroencephalogram (EEC)
362(2)
Epilepsy
364(2)
Sleep Disorders
366(2)
Consciousness
368(2)
Aphasia
370(2)
Disorders of Memory
372(2)
Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia
374(2)
Depression
376(2)
Schizophrenia
378(2)
Dependence, Addiction
380(2)
Cerebrospinal Fluid, Blood-Brain Barrier
382(2)
Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure, Cerebral Edema
384(2)
Disorders of Cerebral Blood Flow, Stroke
386(2)
Further Reading 388(3)
Index 391