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  • Flavivirus Encephalitis
    Flavivirus Encephalitis
    Editor Daniel Růžek
    ISBN 978-953-307-669-0,
    490 pages, October, 2011
    Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain tissue associated with clinical evidence of brain dysfunction. The disease is of high public health importance worldwide due to its high morbidity and mortality. Flaviviruses, such as tick-borne encephalit ...
  • Sediment Transport in Aquatic Environments
    Sediment Transport in Aquatic Environments
    Editor Andrew J. Manning
    ISBN 978-953-307-586-0,
    344 pages, October, 2011
    Sediment Transport in Aquatic Environments is a book which covers a wide range of topics. The effective management of many aquatic environments, requires a detailed understanding of sediment dynamics. This has both environmental and economic implicat ...
  • CT Scanning - Techniques and Applications
    CT Scanning - Techniques and Applications
    Editor Karupppasamy Subburaj
    ISBN 978-953-307-943-1,
    358 pages, October, 2011
    Since its introduction in 1972, X-ray computed tomography (CT) has evolved into an essential diagnostic imaging tool for a continually increasing variety of clinical applications. The goal of this book was not simply to summarize currently available ...
  • Planet Earth 2011 - Global Warming Challenges and Opportunities for Policy and Practice
    Planet Earth 2011 - Global Warming Challenges and Opportunities for Policy and Practice
    Editor Dr. Elias G. Carayannis, George Washington University, School of Business
    ISBN 978-953-307-733-8,
    656 pages, October, 2011
    The failure of the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen in December 2009 to effectively reach a global agreement on emission reduction targets, led many within the developing world to view this as a reversal of the Kyoto Protocol and an attempt by ...
  • Energy Technology and Management
    Energy Technology and Management
    Editor Tauseef Aized
    ISBN 978-953-307-742-0,
    238 pages, October, 2011
    The civilization of present age is predominantly dependent on energy resources and their utilization. Almost every human activity in today's life needs one or other form of energy. As world's energy resources are not unlimited, it is extremely import ...
  • Implant Dentistry - The Most Promising Discipline of Dentistry
    Implant Dentistry - The Most Promising Discipline of Dentistry
    Editor Ilser Turkyilmaz
    ISBN 978-953-307-481-8,
    488 pages, October, 2011
    Since Dr. Branemark presented the osseointegration concept with dental implants, implant dentistry has changed and improved dramatically. The use of dental implants has skyrocketed in the past thirty years. As the benefits of therapy became apparent, ...
  • Human Genetic Diseases
    Human Genetic Diseases
    Editor Dijana Plaseska-Karanfilska
    ISBN 978-953-307-936-3,
    298 pages, October, 2011
    The genetics science is less than 150 years old, but its accomplishments have been astonishing. Genetics has become an indispensable component of almost all research in modern biology and medicine. Human genetic variation is associated with many, if ...
  • New Techniques in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
    New Techniques in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
    Editor Oliviu Pascu and Andrada Seicean
    ISBN 978-953-307-777-2,
    322 pages, October, 2011
    As result of progress, endoscopy has became more complex, using more sophisticated devices and has claimed a special form. In this moment, the gastroenterologist performing endoscopy has to be an expert in macroscopic view of the lesions in the gut, ...