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- Humana Press 2007; US$ 289.00
Leading forensic pathologists from around the world synthesize the practical advances in a variety of important subspecialties of forensic pathology and demonstrate how the latest medical and scientific progress is being applied to solve current problems of high interest to forensic pathologists today. The authors offer cutting-edge insights into death... more...
- Oxford University Press 2003; US$ 194.99 US$ 167.69
The thoroughly updated and revised Second Edition of this highly praised book features new chapters on: laboratory methods; neuroimaging; and Alzheimer's Disease. Production values have been enhanced, including the use of color illustrations. more...
- Springer New York 2006; US$ 286.00
The fifth edition of Pathology of the Human Placenta will ensure this book remains the authoritative text in the field. This fifth edition reflects new advances in the field and includes 800 illustrations, 173 of them in color. more...
- Humana Press 2007; US$ 289.00
A collection of cutting-edge accounts of special topics from various fields of forensic pathology and death scene investigation. The authors offer critical insight into the medicolegal investigation of bodies found in water, the forensic aspects of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-1 infection of the central nervous system, deaths in a head-down... more...
- Humana Press 2007; Not Available
Cutting-edge accounts of special topics from various fields of forensic pathology and death scene investigation. The authors explore new avenues for analyzing the pathology of death from starvation (child neglect), head injuries inflicted by glass bottles, the clinical and pathological features of primary cerebral neoplasms, obesity as it is relevant... more...
- Oxford University Press 2003; US$ 244.99 US$ 210.69
Cancer affecting the gastrointestinal tract is the most common of all human malignancies, occurring in patients worldwide. Recent clinical advances in the management of GI cancer have relied upon collaborative interactions between a wide variety of specialists including: surgical, radiation, and medical oncologists; gastroenterologists; radiologists;... more...
- Elsevier Science 1999; US$ 200.00
Volume 310 of Methods in Enzymology is the first volume devoted solely to biofilm research methods. It provides a contemporary source book for virtually any kind of experimental approach involving biofilms. It includes bioengineering, molecular, genetic, microscopic, chemical, continuous culture, and physical methods. This volume will serve as... more...
- Elsevier Science 2007; US$ 225.00
This book examines the role that dopamine plays in schizophrenia, examining its role in not only the symptoms of the disease but also in its treatment. It also reviews all neurotransmitters that have been implicated in schizophrenia, exploring the genetic data, clinical data implicating the transmitter, and the preclinical data exploring how a transmitter... more...
- Springer US 2012; US$ 99.00
A series of volumes devoted to molecular immunology will contain, for the most part, articles which attempt to explain immunological phenomena in terms of the behavior and properties of particular molecules. Many of the articles in this volume do this. At the same time, there are many instances-and this is particularly so in the case of immunology-where... more...
- Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 59.95
In the forensic context it is quite common for nonhuman bones to be confused with human remains and end up in the medical examiner or coroner system. It is also quite common for skeletal remains (both human and nonhuman) to be discovered in archaeological contexts. While the difference between human and nonhuman bones is often very striking, it can... more...