Understanding Pathophysiology, 6e - 6th Edition - by Sue E. Huether RN  PhD, Kathryn L. McCance RN  PhD - ISBN 9780323354097
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Understanding Pathophysiology, 6e
6th Edition
Sue E. Huether RN PhD, Kathryn L. McCance RN PhD
Publisher: Elsevier Science
ISBN: 9780323354097

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Chapter 4.1 - Hypoxic InjuryChapter 4.2 - Chemical Or Toxic InjuryChapter 4.3 - Unintentional And Intentional InjuriesChapter 4.4 - AutophagyChapter 4.5 - FrailtyChapter 5.1 - EdemaChapter 5.2 - Sodium, Chloride, And Water BalanceChapter 5.3 - Hypotonic AlterationsChapter 5.4 - HyperkalemiaChapter 5.5 - Respiratory AlkalosisChapter 6.1 - The Normal MicrobiomeChapter 6.2 - Second Line Of Defense: InflammationChapter 6.3 - Control And Interaction Of Plasma Protein SystemsChapter 6.4 - Natural Killer Cells And LymphocytesChapter 6.5 - Chronic InflammationChapter 6.6 - Impaired ContractionChapter 7.1 - Antigens And LmmunogensChapter 7.2 - Development Of T LymphocytesChapter 7.3 - T-regulatory LymphocytesChapter 8.1 - Passive ImmunotherapyChapter 8.2 - Pediatric Aids And Central Nervous System InvolvementChapter 8.3 - Type Iv: Cell-mediated Hypersensitivity ReactionsChapter 8.4 - AlloimmunityChapter 9.1 - Stress Overview: Allostasis, Multiple Mediators, And SystemsChapter 9.2 - CopingChapter 10.1 - Carcinoma In SituChapter 10.2 - The Biology Of Cancer CellsChapter 10.3 - Enabling Replication ImmortalityChapter 10.4 - Activating Invasion And MetastasisChapter 10.5 - Targeted Disruption Of CancerChapter 11.1 - Genetics, Epigenetics, And TissueChapter 11.2 - In Utero And Early Life ConditionsChapter 11.3 - Electromagnetic RadiationChapter 11.4 - Chemical And Occupational Hazards As CarcinogensChapter 12.1 - PrognosisChapter 13.1 - The Nerve ImpulseChapter 13.2 - NeurotransmittersChapter 13.3 - HindbrainChapter 13.4 - Vertebral ColumnChapter 13.5 - The Peripheral Nervous SystemChapter 13.6 - Functions Of The Autonomic Nervous SystemChapter 14.1 - Clinical Descriptions Of PainChapter 14.2 - Trauma And TemperatureChapter 14.3 - Restless Leg SyndromeChapter 14.4 - Olfactory And Taste DysfunctionsChapter 14.5 - ProprioceptionChapter 15.1 - Alterations In ArousalChapter 15.2 - Alterations In AwarenessChapter 15.3 - Acute Confusional States And DeliriumChapter 15.4 - Types Of SeizureChapter 15.5 - HydrocephalusChapter 15.6 - Extrapyramidal Motor SyndromesChapter 16.1 - Complications Of Traumatic Brain InjuryChapter 16.2 - Cerebrovascular Accidents (stroke Syndromes)Chapter 16.3 - Guillain-barre SyndromeChapter 16.4 - Myasthenia GravisChapter 16.5 - Spinal Cord TumorsChapter 17.1 - Development Of The Nervous System In ChildrenChapter 17.2 - Malformations Of Brain DevelopmentChapter 17.3 - Storage DiseasesChapter 17.4 - RetinoblastomaChapter 18.1 - Lipid-soluble (steroid) Hormone-receptor BindingChapter 18.2 - The Posterior PituitaryChapter 18.3 - Parathyroid GlandsChapter 18.4 - Adrenal MedullaChapter 19.1 - Hyperpituitarism: Primary AdenomaChapter 19.2 - Thyroid CarcinomaChapter 19.3 - HypoparathyroidismChapter 19.4 - InfectionChapter 19.5 - Tumors Of The Adrenal MedullaChapter 20.1 - Cellular Components Of The BloodChapter 20.2 - The Mononuclear Phagocyte SystemChapter 20.3 - Cellular DifferentiationChapter 20.4 - Normal Destruction Of Senescent ErythrocytesChapter 20.5 - Retraction And Lysis Of Blood ClotsChapter 21.1 - Normocytic-normochromic AnemiasChapter 21.2 - Infectious MononucleosisChapter 21.3 - LeukemiasChapter 21.4 - Non-hodgkin LymphomasChapter 21.5 - Alterations Of Splenic FunctionChapter 21.6 - Thromboembolic DisordersChapter 22.1 - ThalassemiasChapter 22.2 - Immune Thrombocytopenic PurpuraChapter 22.3 - Hodgkin LymphomaChapter 23.1 - Normal Lntracardlac PressuresChapter 23.2 - The Conduction SystemChapter 23.3 - Propagation Of Cardiac Action Potentials.Chapter 23.4 - Myocardial Contraction And RelaxationChapter 23.5 - Heart RateChapter 23.6 - Vascular ComplianceChapter 23.7 - Autonomic RegulationChapter 23.8 - The Lymphatic SystemChapter 24.1 - Superior Vena Cava SyndromeChapter 24.2 - Orthostatic (postural) HypotensionChapter 24.3 - EmbolismChapter 24.4 - Raynaud PhenomenonChapter 24.5 - Myocardial LschemiaChapter 24.6 - Acute Coronary SyndromesChapter 24.7 - Disorders Of The Myocardium: The CardiomyopathiesChapter 24.8 - Acute Rheumatic Fever And Rheumatic Heart DiseaseChapter 24.9 - Cardiac Complications In Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (aids}Chapter 24.10 - DysrhythmiasChapter 24.11 - Anaphylactic ShockChapter 24.12 - Septic ShockChapter 24.13 - Multiple Organ Dysfunction SyndromeChapter 25.1 - Congenital Heart DiseaseChapter 25.2 - Acquired Cardiovascular DisordersChapter 26.1 - Gas-exchange AirwaysChapter 26.2 - Chest Wall And PleuraChapter 26.3 - ChemoreceptorsChapter 26.4 - Work Of BreathingChapter 26.5 - Carbon Dioxide TransportChapter 27.1 - HypoxemiaChapter 27.2 - EmpyemaChapter 27.3 - Acute Lung Injury/acute Respiratory Distress SyndromeChapter 27.4 - EmphysemaChapter 27.5 - Abscess Formation And CavitationChapter 27.6 - Cor PulmonaleChapter 27.7 - Lung CancerChapter 28.1 - Obstructive Sleep ApneaChapter 28.2 - Bronchopulmonary DysplasiaChapter 28.3 - PneumoniaChapter 28.4 - AsthmaChapter 28.5 - Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (sids)Chapter 29.1 - Blood Vessels Of The KidneyChapter 29.2 - Hormones And Other Factors Regulating Renal Blood FlowChapter 29.3 - ErythropoietinChapter 29.4 - Blood Urea NitrogenChapter 30.1 - Bladder TumorsChapter 30.2 - Chronic PyelonephritisChapter 30.3 - Nephrotic And Nephritic SyndromesChapter 30.4 - Lntegumentary SystemChapter 31.1 - Renal AgenesisChapter 31.2 - NephroblastomaChapter 31.3 - Urinary IncontinenceChapter 32.1 - Puberty And Reproductive MaturationChapter 32.2 - UterusChapter 32.3 - ProgesteroneChapter 32.4 - Body TemperatureChapter 32.5 - Male BreastChapter 32.6 - Male Sex And Reproductive HormonesChapter 32.7 - Aging And The Male Reproductive SystemChapter 33.1 - Precocious PubertyChapter 33.2 - Premenstrual Disorders SyndromeChapter 33.3 - Benign Growths And Proliferative ConditionsChapter 33.4 - Impaired FertilityChapter 33.5 - Ductal And Lobular Carcinoma In SituChapter 34.1 - Precocious PubertyChapter 34.2 - Disorders Of The PenisChapter 34.3 - EpididymitisChapter 34.4 - Impairment Of Sperm Production And QualityChapter 34.5 - Sexually Transmitted DiseasesChapter 35.1 - SwallowingChapter 35.2 - Gastric SecretionChapter 35.3 - Intestinal MotilityChapter 35.4 - Large IntestineChapter 35.5 - LiverChapter 35.6 - Exocrine PancreasChapter 36.1 - Gastrointestinal BleedingChapter 36.2 - Intestinal Obstruction And Paralytic IleusChapter 36.3 - Surgical Treatment Of UlcerChapter 36.4 - Malnutrition And StarvationChapter 36.5 - Hepatorenal SyndromeChapter 36.6 - Biliary Cirrhosis.Chapter 36.7 - Viral HepatitisChapter 36.8 - Cancer Of The StomachChapter 36.9 - Cancer Of The PancreasChapter 37.1 - Meckel DiverticulumChapter 37.2 - AppendicitisChapter 37.3 - Necrotizing EnterocolitisChapter 37.4 - Metabolic DisordersChapter 38.1 - Maintenance Of Bone IntegrityChapter 38.2 - Synovial JointsChapter 38.3 - Aging Of MusclesChapter 39.1 - Malignant HyperthermiaChapter 39.2 - Infectious Bone Disease: OsteomyelitisChapter 39.3 - GoutChapter 39.4 - Toxic MyopathiesChapter 39.5 - Muscle TumorsChapter 40.1 - Juvenile Idiopathic ArthritisChapter 40.2 - Myotonic Muscular DystrophyChapter 40.3 - Ewing SarcomaChapter 40.4 - Nonaccidental TraumaChapter 41.1 - Blood Supply And InnervationChapter 41.2 - PruritusChapter 41.3 - Lichen PlanusChapter 41.4 - Erythema MultiformeChapter 41.5 - SclerodermaChapter 41.6 - Nevi (moles)Chapter 41.7 - Primary Cutaneous LymphomasChapter 41.8 - OnychomycosisChapter 42.1 - Diaper DermatitisChapter 42.2 - Chickenpox And Herpes ZosterChapter 42.3 - Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum

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