Medicine

  • Trends in Cell Signaling Pathways in Neuronal Fate Decision
    Trends in Cell Signaling Pathways in Neuronal Fate Decision
    Editor Sabine Wislet-Gendebien
    ISBN 978-953-51-1059-0
    358 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 11835 times.
    During the last decades, numerous studies about stem cells and regenerative medicine highlighted new therapeutic approaches to treat several neurological disorders. It is noteworthy that the current optimism over potential stem cell therapies is dri ...
  • Peripheral Neuropathy - A New Insight into the Mechanism, Evaluation and Management of a Complex Disorder
    Peripheral Neuropathy - A New Insight into the Mechanism, Evaluation and Management of a Complex Disorder
    Editor Nizar Souayah
    ISBN 978-953-51-1060-6
    164 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 8238 times.
    Understanding the rapid changes in the evaluation and management of peripheral neuropathies, as well as the complexity of their mechanism, is a mandatory requirement for the practitioner to optimize patient's care. The objective of this book is to up ...
  • Gangrene Management - New Advancements and Current Trends
    Gangrene Management - New Advancements and Current Trends
    Editor Alexander Vitin
    ISBN 978-953-51-1061-3
    83 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 3537 times.
    Since the book "Gangrene: Current Concepts and Management Options" had been published in August 2011, certain advancements in the field have been observed and several important multicenter studies have been successfully accomplished. The presented bo ...
  • What Should We Know About Prevented, Diagnostic, and Interventional Therapy in Coronary Artery Disease
    What Should We Know About Prevented, Diagnostic, and Interventional Therapy in Coronary Artery Disease
    Editor Branislav G. Baskot
    ISBN 978-953-51-1043-9
    472 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 24061 times.
    The mortality from ischemic heart disease has decreased in recent years. The better understanding of risk factors associated with development of coronary artery disease has significantly contributed to this decline. Improvements in medical and interv ...
  • Tuberculosis - Current Issues in Diagnosis and Management
    Tuberculosis - Current Issues in Diagnosis and Management
    Editor Bassam H. Mahboub and Mayank G. Vats
    ISBN 978-953-51-1049-1
    489 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 38421 times.
    Data are rapidly accumulating from all over the world regarding the efficacy of standardized treatment regimens for drug-sensitive, drug-resistant TB and latent TB infection. While we are facing the menace of multi drug-resistant TB [MDR-TB], extens ...
  • New Insights into Anxiety Disorders
    New Insights into Anxiety Disorders
    Editor Federico Durbano
    ISBN 978-953-51-1053-8
    444 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 18518 times.
    This book collects the contributions of a number of clinical psychiatrists all over the world, interested in developing basic research about anxiety and in applying it in clinical contexts. It is divided into four sections, covering general issues ab ...
  • Genes and Autoimmunity - Intracellular Signaling and Microbiome Contribution
    Genes and Autoimmunity - Intracellular Signaling and Microbiome Contribution
    Editor Spaska Angelova Stanilova
    ISBN 978-953-51-1028-6
    267 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 10359 times.
    Autoimmune disorders are known to affect a substantial number of people worldwide, demonstrating a gender bias and are the second largest cause of chronic illness. Recently, the attention has been focused on lifestyle changes as a major factor in the ...
  • Sarcoidosis
    Sarcoidosis
    Editor Yoshinobu Eishi
    ISBN 978-953-51-1027-9
    290 pages, March, 2013
    All chapters downloaded 9836 times.
    More than 130 years have passed since the first description of sarcoid lesions by Sir Jonathan Hutchinson, but the cause of this systemic granulomatous disease is still unknown. Sarcoidosis remains a somewhat mysterious disease because many patients ...