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Chapter 1. An Atlas to Enhance Patient Care, Learning, and Teaching > Expanding Our Internal Image Banks

The Color Atlas of Family Medicine, 2e

... The larger our saved image bank in our brain, the better clinicians and diagnosticians we can become. The expert clinician has a large image bank stored in memory to call on for rapid pattern recognition. Our image banks begin to develop in medical school when we view pictures in lectures...

Disorders of the Male Reproductive Tract

Pathophysiology of Disease: An Introduction to Clinical Medicine, 7e

Nervous System Disorders

Pathophysiology of Disease: An Introduction to Clinical Medicine, 7e

Chapter 2. The Operating Room Environment

Morgan & Mikhail's Clinical Anesthesiology, 5e

... that is found in specific beams. For the anesthesia provider radiation is usually a component of either diagnostic imaging or radiation therapy. Examples include fluoroscopy, linear accelerators, computed tomography, directed beam therapy, proton therapy, and diagnostic radiographs. Human effects of radiation...

Chapter 39. Anesthesia for Trauma & Emergency Surgery

Morgan & Mikhail's Clinical Anesthesiology, 5e

Chapter 54. Anesthetic Complications

Morgan & Mikhail's Clinical Anesthesiology, 5e

CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION, CARDIAC ANGIOGRAPHY, AND CORONARY BLOOD FLOW AND PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS > EQUIPMENT IN THE CATHETERIZATION LABORATORY

Hurst's The Heart, 14e

... FIGURE 20–7. The cardiac catheterization laboratory. A. The view from the control room into the laboratory. B. The image monitor bank showing the hemodynamic and angiographic display monitors. C. The back table holding the sterile supplies used during the procedure...

Transition and Handoff Errors > SITE-TO-SITE HANDOFFS: THE ROLE OF THE SYSTEM

Understanding Patient Safety, 3e

... the National Academy of Medicine, NAM) compared the U.S. healthcare delivery system to a railroad whose tracks change gauge every few miles: Healthcare is composed of a large set of interacting systems—paramedic, emergency, ambulatory, inpatient, and home healthcare; testing and imaging laboratories...

Anemias Due to Bone Marrow Failure or Infiltration > ACQUIRED

Pathophysiology of Blood Disorders, 2e

... FIGURE 4-1 Aplastic anemia. A) Normal bone marrow biopsy. B) Bone marrow biopsy from patient with aplastic anemia. (Used with permission from Dr. Stanley Schreier, American Society of Hematology Image Bank.) Because over 95% of the cells in the bone marrow are progeny...

CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION, CARDIAC ANGIOGRAPHY, AND CORONARY BLOOD FLOW AND PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS > EQUIPMENT IN THE CATHETERIZATION LABORATORY

Hurst's The Heart, 14e

... FIGURE 20–7. The cardiac catheterization laboratory. A. The view from the control room into the laboratory. B. The image monitor bank showing the hemodynamic and angiographic display monitors. C. The back table holding the sterile supplies used during the procedure...

Anemias Due to Bone Marrow Failure or Infiltration > Pure Red Cell Aplasia

Pathophysiology of Blood Disorders, 2e

... FIGURE 4-3 Pure red cell aplasia. Note the absence of erythroid precursor cells in this aspirate smear. (Used with permission from Dr. Peter Maslak, American Society of Hematology Image Bank.) Rarely, a patient may present with severe anemia and virtual absence of reticulocytes...

Anemias Due to Bone Marrow Failure or Infiltration > MYELOPHTHISIC ANEMIA

Pathophysiology of Blood Disorders, 2e

....) FIGURE 4-6 Bone marrow aspirate smears showing the presence of clumps of tumor cells. A) Rhabdomyosarcoma. B) Bladder carcinoma. (B: Used with permission from Dr. Peter Maslak, American Society of Hematology Image Bank.) FIGURE 4-6 Bone marrow aspirate smears showing the presence...

CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE AND NEUROLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS OF HEART DISEASE > Other Causes of Embolism

Hurst's The Heart, 14e

... such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and angiography (CT, magnetic resonance [MR], and digital subtraction angiography) may suggest emboli, but often a clear source is unidentified. These cases, which are termed infarcts of unknown causes in the Stroke Data Bank, 29 , 30 , 31...

CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE AND NEUROLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS OF HEART DISEASE > Other Causes of Embolism

Hurst's The Heart, 14e

... such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and angiography (CT, magnetic resonance [MR], and digital subtraction angiography) may suggest emboli, but often a clear source is unidentified. These cases, which are termed infarcts of unknown causes in the Stroke Data Bank, 29 , 30 , 31...

Imaging of the Brain > FUNCTIONAL MRI

Clinical Neuroanatomy, 28e

... map during rapid tapping of fingers of the left hand (the arrows point to the region in the right hemisphere where the increased blood flow response is seen). Lower right: Subtracting one image from the other provides a "difference image," which shows a hot spot corresponding to the active region...

Biology of Aging and Longevity > Cellular Senescence, Telomeres, and Cancer

Hazzard's Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, 7e

... of chromosomes, thereby stabilizing telomere length. Some graphics in the figures were obtained and modified from Servier Medical Art from Servier. ( http://www.servier.com/Powerpoint-image-bank ). (Used with permission from David Lombard). The famous observation of Hayflick that human diploid...

Parkinson Disease and Related Disorders > PRESENTATION AND EVALUATION

Hazzard's Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, 7e

..., CBS, vascular, NPH Same as above CBS, corticobasal syndrome; CT, computed tomography; DLB, dementia with Lewy bodies; MRI, magnetic resonance imaging; MSA, multiple system atrophy; NPH, normal pressure hydrocephalus; PSP, progressive supranuclear palsy. TABLE 67-4...

Aging of the Muscles and Joints > Cartilage Structure and Matrix Composition

Hazzard's Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, 7e

... invasion occurs, they could mediate remodeling of subchondral bone, which is a characteristic feature of OA. A consistent biochemical finding in cartilage is an age-related decrease in hydration. A decrease in hydration could explain evidence obtained from magnetic resonance imaging of knee joints showing...

Parkinson’s Disease and Related Disorders > DIAGNOSIS

Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine, 2e

... which confirm the diagnosis of PD. At present, in the absence of molecular therapies, genetic testing is not clinically useful. Similarly, brain imaging is not useful for diagnosing PD, although a brain MRI may have features that raise the possibility of MSA, PSP, or vascular parkinsonism. ­Cerebellar...

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Goodman & Gilman's: The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, 12e

..., AccessMedicine.com and AccessPharmacy.com . An Image Bank CD accompanies the book and makes all tables and figures available for use in presentations. The process of editing brings into view many remarkable facts, theories, and realizations. Three stand out: the invention of new classes of drugs has slowed...
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Rheumatoid Arthritis > CLINICAL FEATURES

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine

... FIGURE 380-1 Metacarpophalangeal and proximal interphalangeal joint swelling in rheumatoid arthritis. (Courtesy of the American College of Rheumatology Image Bank.) FIGURE 380-2 Extraarticular manifestations of rheumatoid arthritis. The incidence of RA...

Parkinson’s Disease and Other Movement Disorders > DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine

... complete definition of PD is now needed to incorporate the fact that there is widespread pathology beyond the dopaminergic system, nondopamine and nonmotor clinical features, and a premotor stage of the disease. Imaging of the brain dopamine system in PD with positron emission tomography (PET) or single...