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Modern Trends in Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat

  • 1st Edition
  • January 1, 1954
  • Maxwell Ellis
  • English
  • eBook
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Modern Trends in Diseases of the Ear, Nose, and Throat presents a critical review of speech therapy for children with cleft palate. The book discusses the development and treatment of cancer of the larynx, as well as the condition of a patient after laryngectomy. Some of the topics covered in the text are the radiology of the ear, nose, and throat; the description of the pharyngeal diverticulum and laryngeal paralysis; and the mechanisms of larynx stenosis. The development of tuberculosis of the upper air passages; the physiology of the esophagus; and the diagnosis of facial paralysis are also considered. The book further tackles the intracranial complications of the aural infections; the characteristics of chronic otorrhea; and the description of the upper respiratory tract infection in children. The orbital complications of sinus infections and the tumors of the nasopharynx are also presented. A chapter is devoted to the chemotherapy of acute aural infection. The book can provide useful information to surgeons, doctors, students, and researchers.

Advances in Virus Research

  • 1st Edition
  • Volume 1
  • January 1, 1953
  • Kenneth M. Smith + 1 more
  • English
  • eBook
    9 7 8 - 0 - 0 8 - 0 5 8 2 9 1 - 7

An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases

  • 4th Edition
  • January 1, 1953
  • Henry C. G. Semon
  • English
  • eBook
    9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 2 - 8 5 2 0 - 7
An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases, Fourth Edition presents a collection of the dermatoses most commonly seen in the routine of out-patient practice. This book includes in each plate abbreviated clinical descriptions, the important differential diagnoses, and outlines of treatment. Organized into 148 chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the prevailing form of acne vulgaris in its papulo-pustular stage. This text then illustrates the main characteristics of a developed and progressive patch of alopecia areata. Other chapters consider the case of acute seborrhoeic dermatitis of the scalp and face, which is the commonest of all skin diseases. This book discusses as well the cutaneous complications of varicose veins and the case of occupational or trade eczema. The final chapter deals with the rare condition of tylosis, which is a bilateral and symmetrical congenital horny thickening of the skin of the palms and soles. This book is a valuable resource for dermatologists.

Histology and Histopathology of the Eye and Its Adnexa

  • 1st Edition
  • January 1, 1949
  • I. G. Sommers
  • English
  • eBook
    9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 1 - 9 5 7 0 - 4
Histology and Histopathology of the Eye and its Adnexa provides information pertinent to the histopathology of the eye. This book presents a brief survey on the bacteriology and parasitology of the eye. Organized into three parts encompassing 20 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the normal histology of the eye. This text then deals on general pathology, with emphasis on its application to pathology of the eye. Other chapters describe the findings that lead to the pathology diagnosis of the sectioned eye. This book discusses as well the physical injuries in the eye brought about by contusion. The final chapter deals with the complications that may arise during or after any type of cataract operation, extracapsular or intracapsular extraction, discussion of a soft cataract, or after linear extraction. This book is a valuable resource for ophthalmologists and physicians. Postgraduate students specializing in histology and histopathology of the eye will also find this book useful.

An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases

  • 2nd Edition
  • January 1, 1940
  • Henry C. G. Semon
  • English
  • eBook
    9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 2 - 8 1 1 1 - 7
An Atlas of the Commoner Diseases focuses on dermatoses most frequently observed in the routine outpatient practice. The book provides abbreviated clinical descriptions, as well as outline of treatment. The book first offers information on the differential diagnosis and treatment of acne, alopecia areata, chilblains, and dermatitis artefacta. The diagnosis and treatment of dermatitis herpetiformis, lichenified dermatitis, dermatitis medicamentosa, and other variations of dermatitis are also presented. The text also presents the prognosis and treatment of the different variations of eczema and epidermophytosis. The manuscript offers information on the localization, clinical manifestations, and treatment of epithelioma and its variants, erysipeloid, erythema induratum, erythema iris, erythema nodusum, and glossitis. The text ponders on the etiology and treatment of herpes zoster, impetigo, kerion, lichen planus, lupus vulgaris, and psoriasis. The manuscript is a dependable reference for readers interested in the commoner disease.

A Text-Book of Medical Bacteriology

  • 1st Edition
  • January 1, 1937
  • R. W. Fairbrother
  • English
  • eBook
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A Text-Book of Medical Bacteriology provides information pertinent to the medical aspects of bacteriology. This book presents the biological relationship of allied organisms. Organized into three parts encompassing 37 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the salient features of the development of bacteriology. This text then explores the food requirements of the bacteria as well as the elements necessary for the synthesis of the bacterial protoplasm. Other chapters consider the numerous and complex factors involved in the reproduction of bacteria. This book discusses as well the presence of antitoxins in the serum of an individual, which is an indication of increased resistance to infection with the homologous organism. The final chapter deals with serological reactions that are most widely used, including agglutination, precipitation, and complement-fixation. This book is a valuable resource for medical students, physicists, bacteriologists, chemists, biochemists, and research workers.