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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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Zoobiquity : what animals can teach us about health and the science of healing / by Natterson-Horowitz, Barbara.; Bowers, Kathryn.;
In the tradition of Temple Grandin, Oliver Sacks, and Neil Shubin, cardiologist and psychiatrist Natterson-Horowitz and science writer Bowers look at the remarkable correspondences between the way human beings and animals live, die, get sick, and heal in their natural settings.Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-291) and index.Dr. House, meet Doctor Doolittle : redefining the boundaries of medicine -- The feint of heart : why we pass out -- Jews, jaguars, and Jurassic cancer : new hope for an ancient diagnosis -- Roar-gasm : an animal guide to human sexuality -- Zoophoria : getting high and getting clean -- Scared to death : heart attacks in the wild -- Fat planet : why animals get fat and how they get thin -- Grooming gone wild : pain, pleasure, and the origins of self-injury -- Fear of feeding : eating disorders in the animal kingdom -- The koala and the clap : the hidden power of infection -- Leaving the nest : animal adolescence and the risky business of growing up -- Zoobiquity.
Subjects: Diseases; Veterinary pathology.; Medicine, Comparative.; Animal health.; Disease Models, Animal.; Pathology.; Pathology, Veterinary.; Physiology, Comparative.; Psychology, Comparative.;
© 2012., A.A. Knopf,
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The wonderful world of James Herriot / by Herriot, James,author.; Wight, Jim,1943-writer of introduction.; Page, Rosie,1947-writer of introduction.;
"James Herriot's timeless, heartwarming, and perceptive stories about animals and people have charmed millions of readers around the world, and millions more have watched the popular PBS series All Creatures Great and Small, which is based on his four books. The Wonderful World of James Herriot excerpts the best of his stories to shape the larger tale of his life, his family, and his world, illustrated with evocative drawings and family photographs, including a special introduction written by his two children Rosie Page and Jim Wight. With astute observations and boundless humor, Herriot captures the spirit of the Yorkshire Dales and of rural communities on the cusp of change, before tractors and machines had taken over and modern medicines and antibiotics transformed veterinary work. Herriot's unforgettable portraits of farm animals and the people he served as a country veterinarian are moving, dramatic, warm, touching, and profound. This beautiful book is the perfect gift for Herriot readers of all ages"--James Herriot -- The Yorkshire Dales and Darrowby -- Siegfried Farnon and Skeldale House -- Tristan Farnon and other assistants -- Romance and family life -- People of the Dales -- Cattle -- Sheep, pigs and other creatures -- Dogs and cats -- Never fails to give relief -- Hurtling around the hills -- Horses -- Epilogue.
Subjects: Herriot, James.; Veterinarians; Veterinary medicine; Human-animal relationships;
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An environmental history of the Civil War / by Browning, Judkin,author.; Silver, Timothy,1955-author.;
Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-250) and index.Introduction: More than the Mud March -- Sickness / Spring -Winter 1861 -- Weather / Winter 1861--Fall 1862 -- Food / Fall 1862-Summer 1863 -- Animals / Summer 1863-Spring 1864 -- Death and disability / Spring 1864-Fall 1864 -- Terrain / Fall 1864-Spring 1865 -- Epilogue: An environmental legacy -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index."This sweeping history recognizes that the Civil War was not just a military conflict but also a moment of profound transformation in Americans' relationship to the natural world. To be sure, environmental factors such as topography and weather powerfully shaped the outcomes of battles and campaigns, and the war could not have been fought without the horses, cattle, and other animals that were essential to both armies. But here Judkin Browning and Timothy Silver weave a far richer story, combining military and environmental history to forge a comprehensive new narrative of the war's significance and impact. As they reveal, the conflict created a new disease environment by fostering the spread of microbes among vulnerable soldiers, civilians, and animals; led to large-scale modifications of the landscape across several states; sparked new thinking about the human relationship to the natural world; and demanded a reckoning with disability and death on an ecological scale. And as the guns fell silent, the change continued; Browning and Silver show how the war influenced the future of weather forecasting, veterinary medicine, the birth of the conservation movement, and the establishment of the first national parks"-- Publisher's description.
Subjects: Nature;
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An environmental history of the Civil War / by Browning, Judkin,author.; Silver, Timothy,1955-author.;
Introduction: More than the Mud March -- Sickness / Spring -Winter 1861 -- Weather / Winter 1861--Fall 1862 -- Food / Fall 1862-Summer 1863 -- Animals / Summer 1863-Spring 1864 -- Death and disability / Spring 1864-Fall 1864 -- Terrain / Fall 1864-Spring 1865 -- Epilogue: An environmental legacy -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index."This sweeping history recognizes that the Civil War was not just a military conflict but also a moment of profound transformation in Americans' relationship to the natural world. To be sure, environmental factors such as topography and weather powerfully shaped the outcomes of battles and campaigns, and the war could not have been fought without the horses, cattle, and other animals that were essential to both armies. But here Judkin Browning and Timothy Silver weave a far richer story, combining military and environmental history to forge a comprehensive new narrative of the war's significance and impact. As they reveal, the conflict created a new disease environment by fostering the spread of microbes among vulnerable soldiers, civilians, and animals; led to large-scale modifications of the landscape across several states; sparked new thinking about the human relationship to the natural world; and demanded a reckoning with disability and death on an ecological scale. And as the guns fell silent, the change continued; Browning and Silver show how the war influenced the future of weather forecasting, veterinary medicine, the birth of the conservation movement, and the establishment of the first national parks"-- Publisher's description.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.; Nature;
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Career opportunities in agriculture, food, and natural resources / by Echaore-McDavid, Susan.; McDavid, Richard A.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- How to use this book -- Farming -- Farmer -- Organic farmer -- Crop farmer -- Horticultural grower -- Livestock rancher -- Dairy farmer -- Poultry farmer -- Market gardener -- Farming: Support Staff -- Farm manager -- Beef cattle manager -- Vineyard manager -- Nursery manager -- Farmworker -- Farm equipment operator -- Cowboy -- Nursery worker -- Aquaculture And Commercial Fishing -- Commercial fisherman -- Fish farmer -- Hatchery manager -- Fishery biologist -- Aquaculture technician -- Forest Production And Management -- Forester -- Silviculturist -- Forestry technician -- Forest ranger -- Wildland firefighter -- Forest engineer -- Logger -- Agriscience -- Agronomist -- Plant scientist -- Animal scientist -- Horticultural scientist -- Entomologist -- Geneticist -- Agricultural engineer -- Research associate -- Agricultural technician -- Agriculture research service (ARS) research scientist -- Extension specialist -- Agricultural Services -- Agricultural consultant -- Agricultural inspector -- Agricultural pilot -- Farmers' market manager -- Grain elevator manager -- Farm labor contractor -- Auctioneer -- Farm equipment mechanic -- Agribusiness -- Agricultural economist -- Buyer -- Commodity broker -- Loan officer -- Marketing specialist -- Rural appraiser -- Sales representative -- Food And Beverage Industries -- Baker -- Meat cutter -- Winemaker -- Food technologist -- Flavor chemist -- Research chef -- Food process engineer -- Food microbiologist -- Quality assurance specialist -- Food inspector -- Food broker representative -- Floral, Gardening, And Landscaping Services -- Floral designer -- Interior plant technician -- Gardener -- Arborists -- Golf course superintendent -- Groundskeeper -- Landscape architect -- Landscape contractor -- Pest control technician -- Pet And Animal Services -- Pet business owner -- Animal trainer -- Animal behaviorist -- Animal caretaker -- Animal control officer -- Veterinary Medicine -- Veterinarian -- Veterinary pathologist -- Veterinary technician -- Natural Resources Management And Conservation -- Soil conservationist -- Range manager -- Wetland scientist -- Environmental toxicologist -- Natural resources technician -- Conservation officer -- Wildlife rehabilitator -- Travel, Tourism, And Recreation -- Agritourism operator -- Ecotour operator -- Park naturalist -- Outdoor guide -- Education And Communications -- Agriculture teacher -- Professor -- Extension agent -- 4-H agent -- Agricultural journalist -- Communications specialist -- Appendixes : Education and training resources on the internet -- Professional unions and associations -- U S departments and agencies on the internet -- Resources on the world wide web -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index.From The Back of the book: Whether you're a student or a professional ready for a career change, you'll find in this invaluable book everything you need to know to start an exciting career or change the direction of your current career in agriculture, food, and natural resources. Agriculture encompasses much more than the production, marketing, and distribution of food. People involved in the agriculture industry also work to produce raw materials for clothing, shelter, energy, and medicine, as well as to provide opportunities for recreation. Whether you want to work on a farm or ranch, at a fish hatchery, in a greenhouse, or in a scientific laboratory, there are a variety of opportunities available in agriculture, food, and natural resources. Career Opportunities in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources profiles more than 95 jobs, including: Organic farmer; Agricultural engineer; Floral designer; Vineyard manager; Farm equipment mechanic; Veterinarian; Fishery biologist; Commodity broker; Agritourism operator; Forester; Meat cutter; Wildlife rehabilitator. Throughout this helpful career guide, the reader will find a quick-reference career profile for each job summarizing its notable features, a career ladder illustrating frequent routes to and from the position described, and a comprehensive text pointing out special skills, education, training, and various associations relevant to each post. Appendixes include educational and training programs, professional unions and associations, government agencies, and internet resources.
Subjects: Agriculture;
© c2011., Ferguson's,
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The Gale Encyclopedia of Public Health / by Narins, Brigham,1962-editor.; Gale (Firm);
Includes bibliographical references and index.AARP -- Abortion -- Acrylamide -- Addition -- Aging -- AIDS -- Air pollution -- Alcohol use disorder -- Allergies -- Amebiasis -- American Public Health Association -- Animal abuse -- Anthrax -- Antibiotic stewardship -- Antibiotics -- Antimicrobial resistance -- Antiviral drugs -- Anxiety disorders -- Asbestosis -- Assessment Protocol for Excellence in Public Health (APEX-PH) -- Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) -- Asthma -- Autism -- Avian flu -- Bedbug infestation -- Behavioral health -- Birth defects -- Bisphenol A (BPA) -- Black lung disease -- Bovine spongiform encephalopathy -- Brucellosis -- Bullying -- Burns -- Campylobacteriosis -- Cancer -- Car seats -- Carbon monoxide poisoning -- Centers for Diesease Control and Prevention (CDC) -- Chagas disease -- Chemical poisoning -- Chikungunya -- Child abuse -- Child labor laws -- Childhood obesity -- Children's health -- Chlamydia -- Chlorination -- Cholera -- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) -- Chronic wasting disease -- Clostridium -- Community based participatory research (CBPR) -- Community development workers -- Community health assessment -- Community health improvement process (CHIP) -- Community health -- Community mental health -- Concussion -- Consumer safety -- Contraception and birth control -- Correctional health -- Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease -- Cytomegalovirus -- Defibrillation -- Dengue fever -- Dental health -- Department of Health and Human Services -- Depression -- Diabetes mellitus -- Diphtheria -- Disease outbreaks -- Disruptive behavior disorder -- Distracted driving -- Domestic abuse -- Dracunculiasis infection -- Drinking water -- Drug resistance -- Dysentery -- Eating disorders -- Ebola virus disease -- Economic and financial stress -- Emergency health services -- Emergency preparedness -- Emerging diseases -- Encephalitis -- Environmental disasters -- Environmental health -- Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) -- Environmental toxins -- Epstein-Barr virus -- Escherichia coli -- Essential medicines -- Ethics and legal issues of public health -- Evidence-based policy -- Famine -- Federally qualified health centers -- Female genital mutilation -- Fetal alcohol syndrome -- Filariasis -- Food additives -- Food allergies -- Food and Drug Administration (FDA) -- Foood contamination -- Food fortification -- Fungal infections -- Gaming -- genetic testing and counseling -- Genetically modified food -- Genomics -- Germ theory -- Global public health -- Gun violence as a public health issue -- H1N1 influenza A (Swine Flu) -- Haemophilus influenzae type b -- Hand-foot-and-mouth disease -- Handwashing -- Hantavirus infections -- Health commissioners -- Health departments -- Health education -- Health inspectors -- Health literacy -- Health policy -- Healthy cities -- Healthy lives, healthy people -- Healthy people 2020 -- Hearing loss -- Heart disease -- Helminthiasis -- Hepatitis -- Herpes -- Hill-Burton Act -- Human papilloma virus (HPV) -- Human rights -- Human trafficking -- Hunger and undernutrition -- Hygiene -- Hypertension -- Immunization -- Infant nutrition -- Infection control -- Infectious disease -- Infertility -- Infestations -- Influenza -- Insecticide poisoning -- Intestinal disorders -- Ionizing radiation -- Irradiated food -- Joint replacement -- K-2 synthetic marijuana (spice) -- Legionnaires' disease -- Leishmaniasis -- Leprosy -- Leptospirosis -- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) health -- Life expectancy -- Listeriosis -- Lyme disease -- Malaria -- Mapping in public health -- Marijuana -- Measles -- Medicaid and Medicare -- Medical waste -- Melamine -- Men's health -- Meningitis -- Methamphetamine -- Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) -- Miasma -- Middle East respiratory syndrome -- Migrant farm workers -- Military and veteran health -- Millennium Development Goals -- Minority health -- Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) -- Mold -- Mortality and morbidity -- Multiple sclerosis -- Mumps -- Mycobacterium -- National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) -- National Association of Local Boards of Health (NALBOH) -- National Institute of Mental Health -- National Institutes of Health -- Natural disasters -- Needles and syringes -- Noise pollution -- Noroviruses -- Nutrition -- Obesity -- Occupational health -- Onchocerciasis -- Opioid epidemic -- Organ donation and transplantation -- Pain -- Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) -- Pandemic -- Parasites -- Parrot fever -- Pasteurization -- Physical activity -- Piercing and tattoos -- Plague -- Pneumonia -- Poisoning -- Polio -- Population -- Post-traumatic stress disorder -- Poverty -- Prevention -- Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) -- Public health administration -- Public health engineers -- Public Health Foundation (PHF) -- Public health nurses -- Q fever -- Quarantine and isolation -- Rabies -- Radiation -- Refugee health -- Reproductive health -- Ringworm -- Risk factors and assessment -- Road traffic safety -- Rotavirus -- Rubella -- Rural health -- Safe sex -- Salmonella -- Sanitation -- Scarlet fever -- Schistosomiasis -- School health -- Scurvy -- Secondhand smoke -- Senior health -- Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) -- Sexual assault -- Sexually transmitted diseases -- Shigellosis -- Shingles -- Sick building syndrome -- Sleep deprivation -- Smallpox -- Smoking -- Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) -- Sociologists -- Sodium -- Staphylococcal infections -- Stress -- Stroke -- Substance abuse and dependence -- Suicide -- Sun protection -- Syphilis -- Telehealth -- Tetanus -- Tobacco control -- Trachoma -- Travel health -- Tuberculosis -- Tularemia -- Typhoid fever -- Typhus -- U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) -- United States Public Health Service (USPHS) -- Universal health care -- Vaccination -- Vaping/e-cigarettes -- Veterinary medicine -- Violence -- Visual health -- Vitamins -- Vulnerable populations -- Water -- West Nile virus -- Whooping cough -- Women's health -- Workplace safety -- World Health Organization (WHO) -- Yellow fever -- Zika fever -- Zoonosis.Alphabetically arranged encyclopedia provides coverage of important public health concerns. Topics include diseases and conditions, health and wellness efforts, nutrition, ethics and law related topics and statistics, sanitation issues, and everyday environmental effects.Description based on print version record.
Subjects: Public health;
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Food safety : the science of keeping food safe / by Shaw, Ian,1950-;
Includes bibliographical references and index.51. Introduction -- Brief history of food safety -- Evolution of cellular protection mechanisms -- 2. Food risk -- Risk versus benefit -- Food risk assessment -- Relative risk and risk ranking -- Risk management -- Risk communication -- Quantitative risk assessment -- 3. Bacteria -- Discovery of bacteria -- Biology of bacteria -- The bacterial ecology of food -- Human bacterial pathogens on food -- Gastroenteritis -- Food-borne pathogenic bacteria -- 4. Viruses -- Discovery of viruses -- The biology of viruses -- Disease caused by viruses and mechanisms of viral transmission -- Other food-borne viruses -- 5. Parasites -- What are parasites? -- Flatworms : platyhelminthes -- Tapeworms : Cestodes -- Flukes : trematodes -- Nematodes -- Protozoa -- 6. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) -- The history of BSE -- Epidemiology of BSE in England -- Spongiform encephalopathies -- Prions -- The symptoms of BSE -- BSE cases in the UK -- BSE transmission and the origins of PrP -- The risk to human consumers of BSE beef : nvCJD -- The politics of BSE and implications for food safety worldwide -- BSE incidence around the world -- 7. Chemical contaminants -- Pesticides -- Insecticides -- Herbicides -- Fungicides -- Veterinary medicines -- Growth promoting chemicals -- Fertilizers -- Natural environmental chemicals -- Non-agricultural environmental pollutants -- Residues monitoring programs -- Dietary intake and risk to human consumers -- 8. Natural toxins -- Natural toxins in the human food chain -- Plant toxins -- Mycotoxins -- Phytohaemagglutinins in beans -- Bacterial toxins -- Phytoestrogens -- 9. Endocrine disrupting chemicals -- Estrogen receptors : ERs -- Molecular requirements for estrogenicity -- Estrogens are present in both males and females -- Xenoestrogens -- Population level effects of exposure to xenoestrogens -- Positive health effects of xenoestrogens -- 10. Genetically modified food -- Brief introduction to nucleic acids, genetics and molecular biology -- Nucleic acids -- Converting the genetic code into a protein -- History of GM crops -- Tools of the genetic engineer -- Glyphosate-resistant crops -- Insect-protected crops : BT toxin -- GM crops with enhanced flavor or nutritional properties -- What happens if humans eat GM crops or foods made from them? -- Changed biochemistry in GM crops -- What is the effect of eating DNA and RNA? -- GM animals -- 11. Colors, flavors and preservatives -- Food colors -- Flavors -- Preservatives -- 12. Food irradiation -- Different types of radioactivity -- How irradiation kills cells -- History of food irradiation -- Effect of radiation on microorganisms -- How is food irradiated? -- Effects of irradiation on food chemistry -- Effects of irradiation on vitamins -- Radiation dose -- Does irradiation make food radioactive? -- Health effects of food irradiation -- Use of food irradiation around the world -- 13. Food safety and the unborn child -- "You are what your mother ate" -- Growth and development of the embryo and fetus -- Effects of food chemical contaminants -- Effects of microbiological contaminants -- Effects on ova and sperm -- 14. Organic food -- What does "organic" mean? -- History and philosophy of organic farming -- Demand for organic food -- Organic farming methods -- Organic farming legislation -- Organic fertilizers -- Organic pest control -- Organic weed control -- Animal health remedies -- Food processing -- Is organic food better for you? -- Myths and facts about organic food -- 15. Food allergy -- What is an allergy? -- Basics of immunology -- Immunity and the immune response -- Sensitization -- Food allergies -- The genetics of allergy -- Food allergens -- Milk allergy -- Peanut allergy -- Soy allergy -- Nut allergies -- Seafood allergies -- Gluten allergy (celiac disease) -- Allergy to eggs -- Allergen cross-reactivity -- Banana/latex allergy -- Food additives allergy -- Why is the incidence of food allergies increasing? -- 16. Food legislation -- Legal processes : how laws are made -- Very brief history of food law -- Food legislation around the world -- Food legislation in the USA -- Food legislation in the UK -- Food legislation in New Zealand -- Policing food legislation -- Does food legislation reduce risks to consumers? -- Non-compliance follow-up -- Relevance of national food legislation in a global food market."Food safety is a modern concept. Remarkably, it is only in the last 200 years that such concepts as food borne germs, and the means of combating them (such as antiseptics and refrigeration), have been popularized. Yet int he 21st Century, consumers in the developed world do not accept that the food which they purchase and consume might carry a risk of making them ill--that our food should be safe is something we all take for granted. Food safety is a multi-faceted subject, using microbiology, chemistry, standards and regulations and risk management to address issues involving bacterial pathogens, chemical contaminants, natural toxicants, additive safety, allergens and more. In this book, the author introduces these topics with wit and practical wisdom, providing an accessible guide to a vibrant and constantly evolving subject. Each chapter proceeds from introductory concepts and builds towards a sophisticated treatment of the topic, allowing the reader to take what knowledge is required for understanding food safety at a range of levels."--Back cover.
Subjects: Food; Food contamination.; Food;
© 2013., Wiley-Blackwell,
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Cancer / by Buratovich, Michael A.,editor.; Jackson-Grusby, Laurie,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references and index.VOLUME 1 -- Publisher's Note -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- Diseases, Symptoms, and Conditions -- Achlorhydria -- Acoustic neuromas -- Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) -- Acute Myelocytic Leukemia (AML) -- Adenocarcinomas -- Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma (ACC) -- Adenomatoid tumors -- Adenomatous polyps -- Adrenal gland cancers -- Adrenocortical cancer -- Aleukemia -- Alopecia -- Alveolar soft-part sarcomas -- Amenorrhea -- Anal cancer -- Anemia -- Angiosarcomas -- Aplastic anemia -- Appendix cancer -- Appetite loss -- Ascites -- Astrocytomas -- Ataxia Telangiectasia (AT) -- Barrett esophagus -- Basal cell carcinomas -- Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome (BWS) -- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) -- Benign tumors -- Bile duct cancer -- Birt-Hogg-Dube Syndrome (BHDS) -- Bladder cancer -- Blood cancers -- Bone cancers -- Bone pain -- Bowen disease -- Brain and central nervous system -- cancers -- Breakthrough pain -- Breast cancers -- Breast cancer in children and adolescents -- Breast cancer in men -- Breast cancer in pregnant women -- Bronchial adenomas -- Bronchoalveolar lung cancer -- Burkitt lymphoma -- Cachexia -- Calcifications of the breast -- Cancer syndromes resulting from DNA repair defects -- Candidiasis -- Carcinoid tumors and carcinoid syndrome -- Carcinoma of Unknown Primary origin (CUP) -- Carcinomas -- Carcinomatosis -- Carcinomatous meningitis -- Carcinosarcomas -- Cardiomyopathy in cancer patients -- Carney complex -- Castleman disease -- Cervical cancer -- Childhood cancers -- Chordomas -- Choriocarcinomas -- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) -- Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) -- Cold nodule -- Colon polyps -- Colorectal cancer -- Comedo carcinomas -- Cowden syndrome -- Craniopharyngiomas -- Craniosynostosis -- Crohn's disease -- Cushing syndrome and cancer -- Cutaneous breast cancer -- Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (CTCL) -- Denys-Drash syndrome and cancer -- Depression -- Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans (DFSP) -- Desmoid tumors -- Desmoplastic Small Round Cell Tumor (DSRCT) -- Dirrhea Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) -- Diverticulosis and diverticulitis -- Down syndrome and leukemia -- Dry mouth -- Duct ectasia -- Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS) -- Duodenal carcinomas carcinomas -- Dysplastic nevus syndrome -- Edema -- Embryonal call cancer -- Endocrine cancers -- Endometrial cancer -- Endometrial hyperplasia -- Endotheliomas -- Enteritis -- Eosinophilic leukemia -- Ependymomas -- Epidermoid cancers of mucous membranes -- Erythroplakia -- Esophageal cancer -- Esophagitis -- Estrogen-receptor-sensitive breast cancer -- Ewing sarcoma -- Eye cancers -- Eyelid cancer -- Fallopian tube cancer -- Fanconi anemia -- Fatigue -- Fever -- Fibroadenomas -- Fibrocystic breast changes -- Fibrosarcomas, soft-tissue -- 5Q minue syndrome -- Gallbladder cancer -- Gardner syndrome -- Gastric polyps -- Gastrinomas -- Gastrointestinal cancers -- Gastrointestinal complicatons of cancer treatment -- Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GISTs) -- Germ-cell tumors -- Gestational Trophoblastic Tumors (GTTs) -- Giant Cell Tumors (GCTs) -- Glioblastomas -- Gliomas -- Glomus tumors -- Graft-Versus-Host Disease (GVHD) -- Granulosa cell tumors -- Gynecologic cancers -- Hairy cell leukemia -- Hand-Foot Syndrome (HFS) -- Head and neck cancers Hemangioblastomas -- Hemangiopericytomas -- Hemangiosarcomas -- Hematemesis -- Hematuria -- Hemochromatosis -- Hemolytic anemia -- Hemptysis -- A four volume set that provides essays on all aspects of cancer, including diseases, conditions, symptoms, cancer related syndromes, genetics, the biology of cancer, and more.
Subjects: Cancer.;
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Salem Health : Cancer : Volume I / by Buratovich, Michael A.,editor.; Jackson-Grusby, Laurie,editor.;
Includes bibliographical references.VOLUME 1 -- Publisher's Note -- About the Editors -- Contributors -- Diseases, Symptoms, and Conditions -- Achlorhydria -- Acoustic neuromas -- Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) -- Acute Myelocytic Leukemia (AML) -- Adenocarcinomas -- Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma (ACC) -- Adenomatoid tumors -- Adenomatous polyps -- Adrenal gland cancers -- Adrenocortical cancer -- Aleukemia -- Alopecia -- Alveolar soft-part sarcomas -- Amenorrhea -- Anal cancer -- Anemia -- Angiosarcomas -- Aplastic anemia -- Appendix cancer -- Appetite loss -- Ascites -- Astrocytomas -- Ataxia Telangiectasia (AT) -- Barrett esophagus -- Basal cell carcinomas -- Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome (BWS) -- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) -- Benign tumors -- Bile duct cancer -- Birt-Hogg-Dube Syndrome (BHDS) -- Bladder cancer -- Blood cancers -- Bone cancers -- Bone pain -- Bowen disease -- Brain and central nervous system -- cancers -- Breakthrough pain -- Breast cancers -- Breast cancer in children and adolescents -- Breast cancer in men -- Breast cancer in pregnant women -- Bronchial adenomas -- Bronchoalveolar lung cancer -- Burkitt lymphoma -- Cachexia -- Calcifications of the breast -- Cancer syndromes resulting from DNA repair defects -- Candidiasis -- Carcinoid tumors and carcinoid syndrome -- Carcinoma of Unknown Primary origin (CUP) -- Carcinomas -- Carcinomatosis -- Carcinomatous meningitis -- Carcinosarcomas -- Cardiomyopathy in cancer patients -- Carney complex -- Castleman disease -- Cervical cancer -- Childhood cancers -- Chordomas -- Choriocarcinomas -- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) -- Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) -- Cold nodule -- Colon polyps -- Colorectal cancer -- Comedo carcinomas -- Cowden syndrome -- Craniopharyngiomas -- Craniosynostosis -- Crohn's disease -- Cushing syndrome and cancer -- Cutaneous breast cancer -- Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (CTCL) -- Denys-Drash syndrome and cancer -- Depression -- Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans (DFSP) -- Desmoid tumors -- Desmoplastic Small Round Cell Tumor (DSRCT) -- Dirrhea Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) -- Diverticulosis and diverticulitis -- Down syndrome and leukemia -- Dry mouth -- Duct ectasia -- Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS) -- Duodenal carcinomas carcinomas -- Dysplastic nevus syndrome -- Edema -- Embryonal call cancer -- Endocrine cancers -- Endometrial cancer -- Endometrial hyperplasia -- Endotheliomas -- Enteritis -- Eosinophilic leukemia -- Ependymomas -- Epidermoid cancers of mucous membranes -- Erythroplakia -- Esophageal cancer -- Esophagitis -- Estrogen-receptor-sensitive breast cancer -- Ewing sarcoma -- Eye cancers -- Eyelid cancer -- Fallopian tube cancer -- Fanconi anemia -- Fatigue -- Fever -- Fibroadenomas -- Fibrocystic breast changes -- Fibrosarcomas, soft-tissue -- 5Q minue syndrome -- Gallbladder cancer -- Gardner syndrome -- Gastric polyps -- Gastrinomas -- Gastrointestinal cancers -- Gastrointestinal complicatons of cancer treatment -- Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GISTs) -- Germ-cell tumors -- Gestational Trophoblastic Tumors (GTTs) -- Giant Cell Tumors (GCTs) -- Glioblastomas -- Gliomas -- Glomus tumors -- Graft-Versus-Host Disease (GVHD) -- Granulosa cell tumors -- Gynecologic cancers -- Hairy cell leukemia -- Hand-Foot Syndrome (HFS) -- Head and neck cancers Hemangioblastomas -- Hemangiopericytomas -- Hemangiosarcomas -- Hematemesis -- Hematuria -- Hemochromatosis -- Hemolytic anemia -- Hemptysis -- A four volume set that provides essays on all aspects of cancer, including diseases, conditions, symptoms, cancer related syndromes, genetics, the biology of cancer, and more.10-A.
Subjects: Cancer.; Cancer.;
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