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Dorland's illustrated medical dictionary. by Dorland, W. A. Newman(William Alexander Newman),1864-1956.;
Consultants -- Preface -- Index to tables -- Index to plates -- Index to appendices -- Notes on the use of this dictionary -- Main entries and subentries -- Syllabication -- Sequence of entries -- Indication of pronunciation -- Pronunciation guide -- Presentation of plurals and other inflections -- Etymology -- Official publications -- Placement of definitions and cross references -- Related entries -- Run-on entries -- Official terminology -- Entries containing a proper name -- Form of eponyms -- Symbols and abbreviations -- Abbreviations used in this dictionary -- Fundamentals of medical etymology -- Alphabet and pronunciation -- Transliteration -- Word formation -- Vocabulary - Appendices -- Credits."Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary" remains today's most comprehensive and highly respected medical dictionary. The thoroughly updated 33rd Edition is an ideal resource for medical and allied health professionals, students in all healthcare disciplines, medical writers, editors, transcriptionists, coders, researchers, attorneys, and more -- as well as those working in government agencies and healthcare management. -- From publisher's description.
Subjects: Medicine; Medicine.;
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Taber's cyclopedic medical dictionary / by Venes, Donald,1952-editor.https://id.oclc.org/worldcat/entity/E39PCjtkmJqjxwbp7yTFGGD8YP;
"Put the language of nursing, medicine, and the healthcare professions at your fingertips. In hand, online, or on your mobile device--anywhere and everywhere, Taber's 24 is the all-in-one, go-to source in the classroom, clinical, and beyond. Under the editorial direction of Donald Venes, MD, MSJ, a team of expert consulting editors and consultants representing nearly every health care profession ensures that the content reflects today's most current and relevant information"--Amazon.
Subjects: Medicine; Medicine;
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Love medicine / by Erdrich, Louise.;
The lives and destinies of the Kashpaws and the Lamartines intertwine on and around a North Dakota Indian reservation from 1934 to 1984, in an authentic tale of survival, tenacity, tradition, injustice, and love.The world's greatest fishermen -- Saint Marie -- Wild geese -- The island -- The beads -- Lulu's boys -- The plunge of the brave -- Flesh and blood -- A bridge -- The red convertible -- Scales -- Crown of thorns -- Love medicine -- Resurrection -- The good tears -- Crossing the water.
Subjects: Historical fiction.; Indians of North America; Ojibwa Indians; Erdrich, Louise;
© ©2009., Harper Perennial,
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Veterinary guide for animal owners : caring for cats, dogs, chickens, sheep, cattle, rabbits, and more / by Spaulding, C. E.; Clay, Jackie.;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 414-415) and index.A truly practical, plain-language guide to the care and treatment of house and barnyard animals.
Subjects: Veterinary medicine.; Veterinary medicine.;
© c2010., Skyhorse Pub.,
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Alternative medicine / by Larson, Christine A.,1953-;
Includes bibliographical references (p. [201]-208) and index.
Subjects: Alternative medicine.;
© 2007., Greenwood Press,
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Goldman's Cecil medicine / by Cecil, Russell L.(Russell La Fayette),1881-1965.; Goldman, Lee,MD.; Schafer, Andrew I.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Sect. I: Social and ethical issues in medicine -- Sect. II: Principles of evaluation and management -- Sect. III: Preventive and environmental issues -- Sect. IV: Aging and geriatric medicine -- Sect. V: Clinical pharmacology -- Sect. VI: Genetics -- Sect. VII: Principles of immunology and inflammation -- Sect. VIII: Cardiovascular disease -- Sect. IX: Respiratory diseases -- Sect. X: Critical care medicine -- Sect. XI: Renal and genitourinary diseases -- Sect. XII: Gastrointestinal diseases -- Sect. XIII: Diseases of the liver, gallbladder, and bile ducts -- Sect. XIV: Hematologic diseases -- Sect. XV: Oncology -- Sect. XVI: Metabolic diseases -- Sect. XVII: Nutritional diseases -- Sect. XVIII: Endocrine diseases -- Sect. XIX: Women's health -- Sect. XX: Diseases of bone and mineral metabolism -- Sect. XXI: Diseases of allergy and clinical immunology -- Sect. XXII: Rheumatic diseases -- Sect. XXIII: Infectious diseases -- Sect. XXIV: HIV and the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome -- Sect. XXV: Neurology -- Sect. XXVI: Eye, ear, nose, and throat diseases -- Sect. XXVII: Medical consultation -- Sect. XXVII: Skin diseases.
Subjects: Internal medicine.; Medicine.;
© c2012., Elsevier/Saunders,
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Bizarre medicine : unusual treatments and practices through the ages / by Engs, Ruth Clifford,author.;
Includes bibliographical references (unnumbered page 305-page 335) and index.List of Entries: Appendicitis -- Arthritis, Rheumatism, and Gout -- Back Pain and Spine Issues -- Birth Defects and Congenital Anomalies -- Bites: Mammals and Reptiles -- Bites and Stings: Insects and Arachnids -- Bowel and Rectal Issues -- Burns -- Cancer -- Cardiovascular (Heart) Diseases -- Childbirth: Maternal Complications -- Childbirth and the Normal Postpartum Period -- Childhood Diseases -- Cholera -- Common Cold and Other Nasal Issues -- Coughs, Bronchitis, and Laryngitis -- Depression and Melancholia -- Diabetes -- Dislocations, Sprains, and Brusises -- Drowning, Choking, and Asphyxiation -- Ear Issues and Deafness -- Eye Conditions, Visual Impairment, and Blindness -- Fevers -- Foot Problems -- Fractures and Bone Issues -- Gastroenteritis, Dysentery, and Diarrhea -- Head and Hair Issues -- Headaches and Head Injuries -- Health Maintenance -- Hernia -- Hysteria and Mass Hysteria -- Infact Issues, Illnesses, and Death -- Inflammation and Pain -- Influenza -- Insomnia and Sleep Disorders -- Leg Problems -- Leprosy -- Liver and Gallbladder Issues -- Malaria and Intermittent Fevers -- Menstruation and Gynecological Issues -- Mental Disorders ("Neurotic"): Anxiety and Functional Disorders -- Mental Disorders ("Psychotic") Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia -- Neurological and Dementia Disorders -- Obesity and Weight Loss -- Parasites and Worms -- Plague -- Pneumonia and Lung Conditions -- Polio -- Pregnancy: Common Issues and Potential Complications -- Pregnancy: Infertility, Fostering Conception, and Pregnancy Tests -- Pregnancy: Prevention and Termination -- Rheumatic and Scarlet Fever -- Seizures and Epilepsy -- Sexually Transmitted Infections -- Skin Conditions -- Smallpox -- Sore Throats -- Sterility and Male Reproductive Issues -- Stomach Ailments -- Stress and Anexity -- Substance Use Disorders -- Tetanus -- Tooth and Mouth Issues -- Tuberculosis -- Typhoid Fever -- Typhus -- Urinary Tract Issues -- Wounds and Wound Infections -- Yellow Fever -- Zoonotic Diseases /Preface / Acknowledgments / Introduction / ENTRIES / Glossary / Bibliography / Index."This encyclopedia explores the topic of quack and fringe medicine in the United States, from the patent medicines of the 19th century to modern yet questionable treatments"--
Subjects: Medicine; Medicine;
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Bizarre medicine : unusual treatments and practices through the ages / by Engs, Ruth Clifford,author.;
List of Entries: Appendicitis -- Arthritis, Rheumatism, and Gout -- Back Pain and Spine Issues -- Birth Defects and Congenital Anomalies -- Bites: Mammals and Reptiles -- Bites and Stings: Insects and Arachnids -- Bowel and Rectal Issues -- Burns -- Cancer -- Cardiovascular (Heart) Diseases -- Childbirth: Maternal Complications -- Childbirth and the Normal Postpartum Period -- Childhood Diseases -- Cholera -- Common Cold and Other Nasal Issues -- Coughs, Bronchitis, and Laryngitis -- Depression and Melancholia -- Diabetes -- Dislocations, Sprains, and Brusises -- Drowning, Choking, and Asphyxiation -- Ear Issues and Deafness -- Eye Conditions, Visual Impairment, and Blindness -- Fevers -- Foot Problems -- Fractures and Bone Issues -- Gastroenteritis, Dysentery, and Diarrhea -- Head and Hair Issues -- Headaches and Head Injuries -- Health Maintenance -- Hernia -- Hysteria and Mass Hysteria -- Infact Issues, Illnesses, and Death -- Inflammation and Pain -- Influenza -- Insomnia and Sleep Disorders -- Leg Problems -- Leprosy -- Liver and Gallbladder Issues -- Malaria and Intermittent Fevers -- Menstruation and Gynecological Issues -- Mental Disorders ("Neurotic"): Anxiety and Functional Disorders -- Mental Disorders ("Psychotic") Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia -- Neurological and Dementia Disorders -- Obesity and Weight Loss -- Parasites and Worms -- Plague -- Pneumonia and Lung Conditions -- Polio -- Pregnancy: Common Issues and Potential Complications -- Pregnancy: Infertility, Fostering Conception, and Pregnancy Tests -- Pregnancy: Prevention and Termination -- Rheumatic and Scarlet Fever -- Seizures and Epilepsy -- Sexually Transmitted Infections -- Skin Conditions -- Smallpox -- Sore Throats -- Sterility and Male Reproductive Issues -- Stomach Ailments -- Stress and Anexity -- Substance Use Disorders -- Tetanus -- Tooth and Mouth Issues -- Tuberculosis -- Typhoid Fever -- Typhus -- Urinary Tract Issues -- Wounds and Wound Infections -- Yellow Fever -- Zoonotic Diseases /Preface / Acknowledgments / Introduction / ENTRIES / Glossary / Bibliography / Index.From placing leeches on the neck to treat a cough to using crocodile dung to prevent pregnancy, a number of medical treatments that now seem unusual were once commonplace. While a few of these remedies may have been effective, most were either useless or actually counterproductive to good health. Even today, there are alternative and fringe treatments considered bizarre by mainstream medicine yet used by hundreds of thousands of people.Bizarre Medicine: Unusual Treatments and Practices through the Ages offers a fascinating look into the history of medicine. Entries are organized by disease or medical condition and explore the folk and traditional "cures" used to treat them. Explanations are provided for why some treatments may have worked and why others may have done more harm than good. In addition, entries provide a clear description of the causes, symptoms, and current treatment options for each condition based on current scientific understanding. Each entry also discusses the condition's enduring impact on society and the arts. -- provided by publisher.Description based on print version record.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Medicine; Medicine;
On-line resources: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/kirtland-ebooks/detail.action?docID=6845719 -- Available  online. Click here to access.;
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American Indian medicine / by Vogel, Virgil J.;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 473-517) and indexes.
Subjects: Indians;
© [1990], c1970., University of Oklahoma Press,
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1001 natural remedies / by Philip Lief Group,issuing body.;
Natural health remedies -- Natural beauty -- Natural house & garden -- Natural pet care.Organized into four easy-to-reference sections, this guide is packed with 1001 recipes to treat common ailments, have more radiant skin, restore scuffed furniture, get rid of garden pests, deal with a smelly dog, and so much more, so you never have to resort to commercial, chemical-laden products and again. Each easy-to-follow recipe is extremely accessible and features ingredients that are available at any grocery store.--
Subjects: Naturopathy.; Alternative medicine.; Medicine, Popular.;
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