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Editors: Zhongwen Liáng and Bibao Zhang
Book Description:
This book is a continuation of the book Medicine Researcher Biographical Sketches and Research Summaries which compiles biographical sketches of top professionals in the field of medicinal research, as well as research summaries from a number of different focuses in this important field. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

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Table of Contents:
Part I Researcher Biographical Sketches (pp. 1-2)
Chapter 1. Yangzom Doma Bhutia (pp. 3-4)
Chapter 2. Raquel Munhoz da Silveira Campos (pp. 5-8)
Chapter 3. Henry Victor Doctor (pp. 9-12)
Chapter 4. Gilles Duvoisin (pp. 13-14)
Chapter 5. Oldøich Farsa (pp. 15-16)
Chapter 6. Thially Braga Gonçalves (pp. 17-18)
Chapter 7. Chin-Chang Huang (pp. 19-22)
Chapter 8. Hyasinta Jaka (pp. 23-24)
Chapter 9. Nobutada Kimura (pp. 25-28)
Chapter 10. Peter Kubisz (pp. 29-32)
Chapter 11. Liang Qin Liu (pp. 33-36)
Chapter 12. Karen J. Miller (pp. 37-38)
Chapter 13. Conor C Murphy (pp. 39-42)
Chapter 14. Carla Duarte Nunes (pp. 43-48)
Chapter 15. David Padilla-Valverde (pp. 47-50)
Chapter 16. Giorgia Pastorin (pp. 51-54)
Chapter 17. Megan A. Rech (pp. 55-56)
Chapter 18. Lucia de Fatima Sobral Sampaio (pp. 57-58)
Chapter 19. Haipeng Shao (pp. 59-60)
Chapter 20. Iana Simova (pp. 61-68)
Chapter 21. Petr Štourač (pp. 69-70)
Chapter 22. Milan Terzic (pp. 71-74)
Chapter 23. Kingsley Nnanna Ukwaja (pp. 75-78)
Chapter 24. Gentian Vyshka (pp. 79-80)
Chapter 25. Natalie Lynn Yanchar (pp. 81-82)

Part II Research Summaries (pp. 83-84)
Chapter 26 Concepts of Periodontal Regeneration and Regenerative Medicine: Mechanisms that Modulate Cells and Matrices (pp. 85-86)
(Mena Soory)

Chapter 27. Trends in the Birth Prevalence of Boys with Isolated Hypospadias and Undescended Testis in Hungary during the Last 50 Years: A Population-Based Study (pp. 87-88)
(Stelios Mavrogenis and Andrew E. Czeizel)

Chapter 28. Alleviating Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Symptoms Using a Natural Factor – Negative Air Ions (pp. 89-90)
(Valeria Laza)

Chapter 29. Neutralization-Enhancing RF Antibodies (pp. 91-92)
(Konstantin V. Suslov)

Chapter 30. Advances in the Diagnosis, Assessment, Management and Outcome of Takayasu’s Arteritis: A Narrative Review (pp. 93-94)
(Slavica Pavlov-Dolijanovic and Nada Vujasinovic Stupar)

Chapter 31. Macronutrients and Premenstrual Syndrome (pp. 95-96)
(Serena C. Houghton and Elizabeth R. Bertone-Johnson)

Chapter 32. Pressurized Intraperitoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy (PIPAC): Occupational Health And Safety Management (pp. 97-98)
(Loic Reymond, Wiebke Solass, Clemens Tempfer and Marc A. Reymond)

Chapter 33. The Control of MAO Expression: A Resource Underscored by the Pharmacology (pp. 99-100)
(Annunziatina Laurino and Laura Raimondi)

Chapter 34. iMAO: What We Know About (pp. 101-102)
(Grzegorz Opielak)

Chapter 35. Overweight During the Centuries (pp. 103-104)
(Emilia Manzato)

Chapter 36. Food Addiction: Brain and Mind (pp. 105-106)
(Gian Luigi Luxardi and Fiorenza Marchiol)

Chapter 37. Dietary Restraint As a Risk Factor for Loss of Control (pp. 107-108)
(Nazario Melchionda and Giulietta Tarrini)

Chapter 38. Life Stages and Overweight/Obesity Risk (pp. 109-110)
(Ottavio Bosello and Angiola Vanzo)

Chapter 39. Overweight in Childhood and Adolescence (pp. 111-112)
(Andrea Vania)

Chapter 40. Eating Disorders and Biased Eating Behaviors As Risk Factors for Overweight (pp. 113-114)
(Emilia Manzato)

Chapter 41. Negative Body-Image and Body Dissatisfaction in Overweight
(pp. 115-116)
(Antonia Bolognesi)

Chapter 42. Lifestyles: Sedentary Lifestyle and Unbalanced Diet (pp. 117-118)
(Eleonora Roncarati)

Chapter 43. Overweight and Obesity in Internal Medicine (pp. 119-120)
(Lorenzo M. Donini)

Chapter 44. Artificial Sweeteners, Gut Microbiota and Health (pp. 121-122)
(Xiaofa Qin)

Chapter 45. Thalidomide in Pulmonary Disease (pp. 123-124)
(Christine L. Vigeland and Maureen R. Horton)

Chapter 46. Activation of Thalidomide to Reactive Metabolites by Autoinduced Human Cytochrome P450 3A Enzymes, with Substrate Cooperativity, and Implications for Development of Analogs (pp. 125-126)
(Hiroshi Yamazaki, Goutam Chowdhury and F. Peter Guengerich)

Chapter 47. Automatic Control of Brain Temperature by Surface Cooling (pp. 127-128)
(Tomohiko Utsuki)

Chapter 48. Swimming Anomalies in Animals with Cerebellar Lesions (pp. 129-130)
(Robert Lalonde and Catherine Strazielle)

Chapter 49. Nucleic Acid Drugs to Prevent Coronary Restenosis after Stent Implantation (pp. 131-132)
(Jun-ichi Suzuki)

Chapter 50. Does Anosognosia Affect the Short-Term Goals Achievement in Medical Rehabilitation for Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke? (pp. 133-134)
(V. N. Grigoryeva and T. A. Sorokina)

Chapter 51. Electro-Acupuncture for Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction (pp. 135-136)
(Ran Pang, Xinyao Zhou and Zhishun Liu)

Chapter 52. Periorbital Necrotizing Fasciitis: A Cause of Toxic Shock Syndrome (pp. 137-138)
(Shantha Amrith)

Chapter 53. Etiopathogenesis of Rotators Cuff Tears (pp. 139-140)
(Antonio Gigante, Carlo Bottegoni and Mario Marinelli)

Chapter 54. Rehabilitation Approaches of Rotator Cuff Injuries (pp. 141-142)
(Raoul Saggini, Simona Maria Carmignano and Rosa Grazia Bellomo)

Chapter 55. The Story Behind the Naming of HELLP Syndrome (pp. 143-144)
(Louis Weinstein)

Chapter 56. The Pathogenesis of HELLP Syndrome: Similarities and Differences with Preeclampsia (pp. 145-146)
(Babbette LaMarca)

Chapter 57. HELLP Syndrome: Clinical & Laboratory Diagnosis (pp. 147-148)
(Nana-Ama E. Ankumah and Baha M. Sibai)

Chapter 58. Classification & Categorization of HELLP Syndrome (pp. 149-150)
(James N. Martin, Jr.)

Chapter 59. Core Concepts & Components of best Management for Patients with HELLP Syndrome (pp. 151-152)
(James N. Martin, Jr.)

Chapter 60. HELLP Syndrome: Controversy over Corticosteroids (pp. 153-154)
(John R. Barton)

Chapter 61. HELLP Syndrome: Severe Maternal Morbidity (pp. 155-156)
(James N. Martin, Jr. and Jamil Elfarra)

Chapter 62. HELLP Syndrome: Maternal Mortality (pp. 157-158)
(Charlene H. Collier and Ashley M. Johnson)

Chapter 63. The Central Nervous System in HELLP Syndrome: Evidence for Impairment (pp. 159-160)
(Kedra Wallace and Marilyn Cipolla)

Chapter 64. Cardiopulmonary Morbidity Complicating HELLP Syndrome (pp.161-162)
(Marc Parrish)

Chapter 65. HELLP Syndrome and the Liver: Hepatic Pathology, Hemorrhage, Rupture and Failure (pp. 163-164)
(Jamil Elfarra, Marie M. Darby and Richard R. Viscarello)

Chapter 66. The Kidney and Acute Kidney Injury in HELLP Syndrome (pp. 167-168)
(Sarah Novotn and Nicole M. Lee)

Chapter 67. Compounded Complexity: When HELLP Syndrome and Eclampsia Are Concurrent (pp. 169-170)
(Rose Gasnier)

Chapter 68. When HELLP Might Be Something Else: The Differential Diagnosis of HELLP Syndrome (pp. 171-172)
(Rachael Morris and James N. Martin, Jr.)

Chapter 69. Therapeutic Plasma Exchange Use in Patients with HELLP Syndrome and HELLP-Like Disorders (pp. 173- 174)
(Michelle Y. Owens and Cynthia Bean)

Chapter 70. Anesthesia Considerations with HELLP Syndrome (pp. 175-176)
(Arthur Calimaran and Nicole M. Lee)

Chapter 71. HELLP Syndrome: Anesthesia Considerations When other Diseases Complicate (pp. 177-178)
(Monica del-Rio-Vellosillo and Jose Javier Garcia-Medina)

Chapter 72. Reduced Pseudocholinesterase Activity in Patients with HELLP Syndrome (pp. 179-180)
(Samuel Lurie)

Chapter 73. Perinatal and Neonatal Aspects of HELLP Syndrome (pp. 181-182)
(Carl H. Rose)

Chapter 74. Infection and Antibiotic Considerations in Patients with HELLP Syndrome (pp. 183-184)
(Ana Martínez Aspas and Mª José Esquembre Gratacós)

Chapter 75. HELLP Syndrome: Epidemiology and Recurrence Risk (pp. 185-186)
(Pavan Parikh and Imran Sunesara)

Chapter 76. Risk Factors for HELLP Syndrome (pp. 187-188)
(Llanos Belmonte Andujar, María Teresa Gómez García, Ana María Fuentes Rozalén, Carolina Serrano Diana and Esther López del Cerro)

Chapter 77. Beyond HELLP Syndrome: Prognosis, Recovery and Impact on Future Maternal Health (pp. 189-190)
(Michelle Y. Owens and Eleni Z. Tsigas)

Chapter 78. HELLP Syndrome: The Patient Perspective (pp. 191-192)
(Laney Poye, Melissa Wilson and Eleni Z. Tsigas)

Chapter 79. Falls in Older People: Prevalence, Risk Factors, Assessment and Intervention Strategies (pp. 193-194)
(Juliana Hotta Ansai, Thais Rabiatti Aurichio and Larissa Pires de Andrade)

Chapter 80. Determinants of Accidental Falls and Fall-Related Injuries: Recommendations for Falls and Fall-Related Injuries Prevention Set on the Analysis of a Theoretical Dynamic System Involving the Older Adult, the Environment, and the Task Performance (pp. 195-196)
(Catarina Lino Neto Pereira and Ana Isabel Carvalho Cruz-Ferreira)

Chapter 81. Fall Prevention in a Person with Parkinson’s Disease: A Case Study Report (pp. 197-198)
(Lynne M. Chapman)

Chapter 82. Self-Perceived Health and the Risk of Falling in a Brazilian Community Sample (pp. 199-200)
(Patricia Morsch)

Chapter 83. Practical Design Search for Optimal Floor Surface Finishes to Prevent Fall Incidents (pp. 201-202)
(In-Ju Kim)

Chapter 84. Slip-Resistance Measurements for Assessing Pedestrian Fall Incidents: Facts and Fallacies (pp. 203-204)
(In-Ju Kim)

Chapter 85. Quality of Life Under the Perspective of Complexity (pp. 205-206)
(Guanis de Barros Vilela Júnior, Gustavo Celestino Martins, Erika da Silva Maciel, Jaqueline Girnos Sonati and Roberto Vilarta)

Chapter 86. Quality of Life and Physical Activity (pp. 207-208)
(Dênis Marcelo Modeneze, Erika da Silva Maciel, Jaqueline Girnos Sonati and Fernando Rodrigues Peixoto Quaresma)

Chapter 87. Quality of Life and Food Consumption (pp. 209-210)
(Anne Cristine Rumiato, Rosana Evangelista Poderoso and Inês Monteiro)

Chapter 88. Quality of Life and the Impact of Changes on Sleep (pp. 211-212)
(Milva Maria Figueiredo De Martino)

Chapter 89. Related to Stage of Change in Exercise Behavior and Quality of Life of Brazilian Administrative Workers (pp. 213-214)
(Cynara Cristina Domingues Alves Pereira and Ana Lúcia Rodrigues Maretti)

Chapter 90. Quality of Life at Work, Absenteeism and Job Satisfaction: A Case Study in Manufacturing Industry (pp. 215-216)
(Telma Silva and Inês Monteiro)

Chapter 91. Socio-Demographics, Lifestyle, Health and Work Aspects Related to Quality of Life Among Pharmaceutical Industry Workers (pp. 217-218)
(Inês Monteiro, Eloisa Petruci Hodge and Aparecida Mari Iguti)

Chapter 92. Perception of Pain and Quality of Life at Work of Truck Drivers in Cities of São Paulo State (pp. 219-220)
(Luciane Manzatto, Guanis de Barros Vilela Junior, Antonio Jose Grande, Erika da Silva Maciel, Gustavo Celestino Martin, Tulio Brandão Xavier Rocha and Jaqueline Girnos Sonati)

Chapter 93. Quality of Life X Quantity of Life: The Right to Die with Dignity Protected by the Advanced Directives Institutes (pp. 221-222)
(Bruna Sitta Deserti, Hélio Veiga Júnior, Patrícia Borba Marchetto, Roberto Brocanelli Corona and Thiago Soares Lamenha Gomes)

Chapter 94. Quality of Life of Caregivers of People with Disabilities (pp. 223-224)
(Fernando Rodrigues Peixoto Quaresma, Airton Tetelbon Stein, Erika da Silva Maciel and Fernando Adami)

Chapter 95. Management of Obstructive and Central Sleep Apnea
(pp. 225-226)
(Seckin O. Ulualp)

Chapter 96. Specific Neurological Disorders and Sleep Disturbances (pp. 227-228)
(K. A. Norremose and M. F. Oliveira)

Chapter 97. Neurosurgical Topics and Sleep Apnea (pp. 229-230)
(M. F. Oliveira, K. A. Norremose and F. C. G. Pinto)

Chapter 98. Changes in the Eye Related to Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (pp. 231-232)
(Blanca Ferrandez, Pilar Calvoand Antonio Ferreras)

Chapter 99. QT Dispersion in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (pp. 233-234)
(Igor A. Kelmanson)

Chapter 100. Update in Management of Paget’s Disease of The Breast and Review of Literature: Case Report (pp. 235-236)
(Victoria Marcos González, Cristina del Valle Rubido and Maria Concepción Sánchez Martínez)

Chapter 101. The Importance of an Extended Gastric Myotomy for Achalasia (pp. 237-238)
(Allison Porter and Brant Oelschlager)

Chapter 102. Bisphosphonate Treatment in Paget’s Disease of Bone (pp. 239-240)
(Winnie Zee Man Wat)

Chapter 103. Revealing Secrets of Hernial Sac with Advancement in Medicine (pp. 241-242)
(Kumar Jayant, Swati Agrawal, Santosh Kumar, S. K. Singh, Palkesh Agrawal, R. K. Agrawal, K. G. Dayama and Rajesh Roat)

Chapter 104. Thermoluminescence Detection of Γ-ray irradiated Herbs (pp. 243-244)
(Baskaran Purushothaman and Joon Myong Song)

Chapter 105. Metabolic Acidosis: Causes, Diagnosis and Management (pp. 245-246)
(Luca Di Lullo)

Chapter 106. Quality of Life in Brazilian Patients with Overweight and Obesity (pp. 247-248)
(Alberto K. Arbex, Denise R. T. W. Rocha and Valeria B. Braulio)

Chapter 107. Hydroxycinnamic Acids (HCAS): Structure, Biological Properties and Health Effects (pp. 249-250)
(Juliana Vinholes, Branca M. Silva and Luís R. Silva)

Chapter 108. Counterfeit Drugs Set Alarm Bells Ringing: Comparative Analysis of Drug Policies (pp. 251-252)
(Abdeen Mustafa Omer)

Chapter 109. Role of the Clinical Chemistry Laboratory in the Diagnosis and Management of Metabolic Acidosis (pp. 253-254)
(Verena Gounden)

Chapter 110. Tale Reading to Premature Babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Is a Further Step up in Caring for Them: Results Two Years Later (pp. 255-256)
(Augusto Biasini, Fiorella Monti, Francesca Fiuzzi, Marcello Stella, Mariachiara China and Erica Neri)

Chapter 111. Perspectives of Older Adults on Health Communication Related to Cancer Prevention and Care (pp. 257-258)
(Boaz Kahana, Eva Kahana, Jeong Eun Lee, Jeffrey Kahana and Jiao Yu)

Chapter 112. Public Health Advocacy Strategies, Effectiveness, and Emerging Issues (pp. 259-258)
(Ray Marks)

Chapter 113. What Are Health Care Providers Telling Pregnant Women about Fish Consumption, Listeria and Food Safety? (pp. 261-262)
(Caroline L. Noblet, Amy M. Lando and Mario F. Teisl)

Chapter 114. CBPR and a Multitrack Model of Development: A Critical Ethnography of a Community-Based Health Communication Project (pp. 263-264)
(Jeanette M. Dillon and Kate Magsamen-Conrad)

Chapter 115. Health in All Policies (HiAP): Contributing to Healthy Communities (pp. 265-266)
(Michelle McCarthy and Rosemary M. Caron)

Chapter 116. Using the Many-to-Many Capabilities of Social Media for Public Health Communication (pp. 267-268)
(Mark J. Bonica)

Chapter 117. Population Health Management: Considerations for Implementation (pp. 269-270)
(Hailey Bodwell and Rosemary M. Caron)

Chapter 118. The Evolution of Health Care Communication in the 21st Century (pp. 271-272)
(Joseph E. Massey, Lisa Sparks and Terrence D. Duncan)

Chapter 119. Reducing the Gap: Provider Communication in the Context of Community Health and Low Health Literacy Patients (pp. 273-274)
(Julie E. Miller-Cribbs, Toni Hoberecht, Gloria Miller and Jedediah Bragg)

Chapter 120. Measuring Health Literacy in Spanish-Speaking Adults: A Comparative Study of Two Instruments (pp. 275-276)
(Holly E. Jacobson and Francisco Soto Mas)

Chapter 121. Inflammatory Disorders and Cardiovascular Prognosis (pp. 277-278)
(Emmanuel Androulakis, Dimitris Tousoulis and Theodoros Christophides) 

Chapter 122. Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD): An up-to-Date in Therapeutic Options (pp. 279-280)
(Fernando José Leopoldino Fernandes Candido, Alexandre Bueno Merlini, Caroline Tatim Saad Vargas and Mário Rodrigues Montemor Netto)

Chapter 123. Regulation of Testicular Glucose Metabolism in (Pre)diabetes and Its Implications to Male Reproductive Health (pp. 281-282)
(Maria J. Meneses, Raquel L. Bernardino, Mário Sousa, Branca M. Silva, Rosália Sá, Pedro F. Oliveira and Marco G. Alves)

Chapter 124. Near-Infrared Spectroscopy as a Method of Measuring Respiratory Muscle Oxygenation Changes (pp. 283-284)
(Tyler M. Saumur, W. Darlene Reid and Nada Basoudan)

Chapter 125. Traumatic Retinal Injuries (pp. 285-286)
(Steven S. Saraf, Robert A. Prinzi, Daniel D. Kim, Ankit Desai, Nitin Kumar and Uday R. Desai)

Chapter 126. Resolving Enuresis: Factors Affecting Outcomes (287-288)
(Abigail E. Kennedy and William J. Warzak

Chapter 127. Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA): Potential Complications (Skin Burn) (pp. 291-292)
(Keita Ogake, Hiroya Iida, Tsukasa Aihara, Shin-ichi Ikuta, Takayoshi Nakajima, Hidehiko Waki and Naoki Yamanaka)

Chapter 128. Grasshopper in Wound Healing According to Ethnopharmacological Premises. Study of the Effect of Grasshopper’s Abdominal Secretion on Wound Healing (pp. 293-294)
(Magdalena Buszewska-Forajta, Danuta Siluk and Roman Kaliszan)

Chapter 129. Fish Collagen: A Substitute for Mammalian Collagen in Food Products (pp. 295-296)
(Sushil Anand and Andreas L. Lopata)

Chapter 130. Lichen Planus: General Characteristics (pp. 297-298)
(Fernanda Mombrini Pigatti, Luís Antônio de Assis Taveira and João Adolfo Costa Hanemann)

Chapter 131. Oral Lichen Planus (pp. 299-300)
(Vanja Vucicevic Boras, Kruna Valter, Meliha Solak Mekić and Dragana Gabric)

Chapter 132. Oral Lichen Planus: Etiopathogenic, Clinical, Histopathological and Treatment Considerations (pp. 301-302)
(Mônica Ghislaine Oliveira Alves and Janete Dias Almeida)

Chapter 133. Association of Oral Lichen Planus with Systemic Diseases and Amalgam Restorations: A 7 Year Retrospective Case-Control Analysis in a Northern Serbia Population (pp. 303-304)
(Marija Bokor-Bratic and Milos Cankovic)

Chapter 134. Qualitative Evaluation of an Obesity Prevention Program for Elementary School-Age Children (pp. 305-306)
(Laura A. Nabors, Teminijesu John Ige, Patrice D. DeLeon, Paige Young and Mary E. Devlin)

Chapter 135. Foreign Body Ingestion in Children: Epidemiology, Clinical Manifestations and Management (pp. 307-308)
(Chiara Mameli, Dario Dilillo, Erica Galli, Giulia Ramponi, Fabio Meneghin, Francesca Penagini and Gian Vincenzo Zuccotti)

Chapter 136. Identification of Somatosensory Dorsal Root Ganglia Neurons through Fluorescent Tracer Retrograde Labeling (pp. 309-310)
(Yao-Qing Yu)

Chapter 137. PGE2 Induced Nociceptor Sensitization and Potentiation Contribute to Chronic Pain Conditions (pp. 311-312)
(Weiya Ma)

Chapter 138. Ultrasound Guided Nerve Block for Trigeminal Neuralgia (pp. 313-314)
(Kenichi Takechi, Kotaro Kikuchi and Takumi Nagaro)

Chapter 139. Postoperative Monitoring after Free Tissue Transfer: Current Technologies (pp. 315-316)
(Christopher S. Crowe, Simone W. Glaus and Gordon K. Lee)

Chapter 140. Mobilization, Collection and Transfusion of Granulocytes (pp. 317-318)
(Rainer Moog and Naska Moog)

Chapter 141. Defects of Granulocytes and Granulopoiesis (pp. 319-320)
(Faiza Basheer, Clifford Liongue, Sarah Shigdar and Alister C. Ward)

Chapter 142. Near Infrared Spectroscopy: The Next Standard of Care in Neonatal Clinical Monitoring (pp. 321-322)
(Stephanie M. Cruz, Adesola C. Akinkuotu and Oluyinka O. Olutoye)

Chapter 143. Application of Near Infrared Spectroscopy in the Food and Pharmaceutical Industries (pp. 323-324)
(Aderval S. Luna and Jéssica S. A. Pinho)

Chapter 144. Sarco (endo) Plasmic Reticulum Calcium-ATPases (SERCAs) and MicroRNAs (pp. 325-326)
(Emanuela Boštjančič and Damjan Glavač)

Chapter 145. Assessment of Vascular Supply to the Skin:
A Review of Methodologies (pp. 327-328)
(Gloria R. Sue and Gordon K. Lee) 

Chapter 146. The Implementation of the EU Isotretinoin Pregnancy Prevention Programme in the Netherlands -Healthcare Professional Surveys: A Descriptive Study (pp. 329-330)
(Ineke Crijns, Aukje Mantel-Theeuwisse, Rudi Bloemberg, Eldridge Pinas, Sabine Straus and Lolkje de Jong-van den Berg)

Chapter 147. Prescriptive Contraceptive Use among Women of Childbearing Potential Using Isotretinoin in the Netherlands Compared with Female Isotretinoin Non-Users: A Drug Utilisation Study (pp. 331-332)
(Hubertina J. M. J. Crijns, Nienke van Rein, Christine C. Gispen-de Wied, Sabine M. Straus and Lolkje T. W. de Jong-van den Berg)

Chapter 148. New Approaches to the Treatment and Diagnosis of Onychomycosis (pp. 333-334)
(Ana Paula da Silva, Vanderlei S. Bagnato and Natalia M. Inada)

Chapter 149. Onychomycosis: Prevalence, Diagnosis and Management (pp. 335-336)
(Héctor Ricardo Galvan García)

Chapter 150. Onychomycosis Treatment: New Emerging Therapies and Challenges (pp. 337-338)
(Lívia Neves Borgheti-Cardoso, Tamara Angelo, Guilherme Martins Gelfuso, Stephânia Fleury Taveira and Tais Gratieri)

Chapter 151. Platelet-Associated Regulatory System (PARS) (pp. 339-340)
(József Bódis, Szilárd Papp, István Vermes, Endre Sulyok, Péter Tamás, Bálint Farkas, Katalin Zámbó, Ioannis Hatzipetros and Gábor L. Kovács)

Chapter 152. Thromboxane A2 and Endothelial Dysfunction: Experimental Analysis on Isolated Blood Vessels (pp. 341-342)
(Miroslav Radenković)

Chapter 153. Measles Problems Currently (pp. 343-344)
(Vanda Bostik, Radek Sleha, Rudolf Kukla, Miloslav Salavec and Petr Prasil)

Chapter 154. A Striking Increase in Seroprevalence of Measles-Specific Immunoglobulin G among Native Japanese Healthcare Students: The Impact of a Five-year Measles-Rubella Vaccination Catch-up Campaign in Japan (pp. 345-346)
(Takao Kimura, Ai Takeichi, Toshiya Inoue, Chiaki Suto, Katsuhiko Tsunekawa, Makoto Nara, Yutaka Tokue and Masami Murakami)

Chapter 155. Phospholipase D: A Major Player in Pathophysiological Diseases (pp. 347-348)
(Chaithanya Chelakkot, Jaewang Ghim, Jin-Hyeok Jang, Pann-Ghil Suh and Sung Ho Ryu)

Chapter 156. The Brazilian Human Milk Banks Network and the Partnership with the Brazilian Military Firefighters Corps: Fighting for Life (pp. 349-350)
(Lucienne Christine Estevez de Alencar and Dirce Bellezi Guilhem)

Chapter 157. Risk Factors in Ovarian Cancer: A Brief Overview (pp. 351-352)
(Ludek Zavesky, Eva Jandakova and Radovan Turyna)

Chapter 158. Ovarian Cancer: New Therapies, Potential Risk Factors and Prognostic Values for Improving Survival Outcomes in Women (pp. 353-352)
(Luiz Gustavo de Almeida Chuffa, Fábio Rodrigues Ferreira Seiva, João Paulo de Arruda Amorim and Luiz Antonio Lupi Júnior)

Chapter 159. microRNAs in Diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer. Potential, Challenges, Pitfalls (pp. 355-356)
(Ludek Zavesky, Eva Jandakova, Lucie Langmeierova, Vit Weinberger and Lubos Minar)

Chapter 160. Immunotherapy and Target Therapy: New Approaches in Ovarian Cancer (pp. 357-358)
(Rosekeila Simões Nomelini, Millena Prata Jammal, Agrimaldo Martins Filho and Eddie Fernando Candido Murta)

Chapter 161. Dopamine Receptor: A Treatment Target for Ovarian Cancer (pp. 359-360)
(Min Yong, Jinyan Li, Lina Hu and Tinghe Yu)

Chapter 162. Malignant Ovarian Germ Cell Tumors: Treatment and Prognosis (pp. 361-362)
(R. Díaz-Murillo, M. Lombarte-García, J. de Santiago and I. Zapardiel)

Chapter 163. Controversies in the Management of Ovarian Cancer (pp. 363-364)
(Grace Hwei Ching Tan and Melissa Ching Ching Teo)

Chapter 164. Splenectomy As Part of Cytoreductive Surgery for Advanced Stage and Relapsed Ovarian Cancer (pp. 365-366)
(N. Bacalbasa and Irina Balescu)

Chapter 165. Liver Surgery in Ovarian Cancer Liver Metastases (pp. 367-368)
(N. Bacalbasa and Irina Balescu)

Chapter 166. Potential of Phytochemicals and Their Derivatives in the Treatment of Ovarian Cancer (pp. 369-370)
(Wen-Wu Li, Okiemute Rosa Johnson-Ajinwo and Fidelia Ijeoma Uche)

Chapter 167. Molecular Alterations Chemoresistance-Related in Ovarian Cancer Patients and Related Target Therapies (pp. 371-372)
(Lucrezia Amoroso, Francesca De Iuliis and Susanna Scarpa)

Chapter 168. Primary Cytoreduction in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer (pp. 373-374)
(E. Delgado, M. Martín-Cameán and I. Zapardiel)

Chapter 169. Sensitizing Chemotherapy with Ultrasound (pp. 375-376)
(Li Luo, Jinyan Li, Meijiao Wang, Lin Yu and Tinghe Yu)

Chapter 170. Elderly Ovarian Cancer Patients: Treatment Options (pp. 377-378)
(Francesca De Iuliis, Lucrezia Amoroso and Susanna Scarpa)

Chapter 171. Insomnia in Children: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Therapy (pp. 379-380)
(Benjamin Putois, Wendy Leslie and Patricia Franco)

Chapter 172. Insomnia in Adults: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Therapy (pp. 381-382)
(Mélinée Chapoutot, Thierry Faivre, Wendy Leslie and Benjamin Putois)

Chapter 173. Community-Based Early Interventions for Acute TMJMD Patient Settings (pp. 383-384)
(Angela Liegey Dougall, Celeste Sanders, Rob Haggard, Peter Buschang, Steve Karbowski, Richard Riggs and Robert J. Gatchel)

Chapter 174. The Pharmacological and Therapeutical Potential of Scorpion Venoms and Their Toxins (pp. 385-386)
(J. Bhavya, Sunil S. More and B.L. Dhananjaya)

Chapter 175. Non-Anticoagulant Oligosaccharides of Enoxaparin Relieve Chemical-Induced Acute Colitis (387-388)
(Qi Ying Lean, Nuri Gueven, Rajaraman D. Eri, Gregory M. Peterson and Rahul P. Patel)

Chapter 176. Chemokine Receptor CXCR7: A New Drug Target for Atherosclerosis (pp. 389-390)
(Jianzhong Shen and Wanshu Ma)

Chapter 177. Participation of Microtubules in Intracellular Cholesterol Transport through Cytosolic Lipid-Protein Particles in Rat Astrocytes (pp. 391-392)
(Jin-Ichi Ito and Makoto Michikawa)

Chapter 178. Teeth and Amelogenin in Xenopus (pp. 393-394)
(Hitoshi Ando)

Chapter 179. Building Community Capacity to Improve Population Health through Integrating Public Health and Health Care: Lessons Learned from the Community Health Needs Assessment Conducted by Nebraska’s Rural Hospitals (pp. 395-396)
(Li-Wu Chen, David Palm and Kate E. Trout)

Chapter 180. Collaboration or Contestation? A Critical Evaluation of Current Capacity Building Mechanisms in Community-Based Obesity Prevention Programmes (pp. 397-398)
(G. Middleton, A. B. Evans, H. Henderson and D. Windard)

Chapter 181. Building Capacity towards HIV Prevention in a Latino Migrant Worker Community in South Florida (pp. 399-400)
(Jesús Sánchez)

Chapter 182. Measuring Community Capacities with “KEQ”: Psychometric Tests Results for a Newly Developed Instrument for Health Promotion Programs in Germany (pp. 401-402)
(Stefan Nickel, Waldemar Süß and Alf Trojan)

Chapter 183. Building Capacity to Adapt to the Consequences of Disaster: Linking Disaster Recovery and Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 403-404)
(Douglas Paton, Li-ju Jang and Melanie Irons)

Chapter 184. Effective Training Tools in Local and Regional Development Planning and Management in Africa (pp. 405-406)
(Asfaw Kumssa)

Chapter 185. The Relevance of AMH to Human Reproductive Biology and Medicine (pp. 407-408)
(David B. Seifer and Reshef Tal)

Chapter 186. Basic Biology of AMH: Structure, Signaling Pathways, and Role in Normal Folliculogenesis (pp. 409-410)
(Jenny A. Visser)

Chapter 187. Studies on Anti-Müllerian Hormone Production, Action, and Regulation in the Primate Ovary: Insight into Human Folliculogenesis (pp. 411-412)
(Jing Xu, Mary B. Zelinski and Richard L. Stouffer)

Chapter 188. Options for Choosing Different AMH Assays (pp. 413-414)
(Richard Fleming)

Chapter 189. The Value of Normative Data on AMH in Women (pp. 415-416)
(Joop S. E. Laven)

Chapter 190. Anti-Müllerian Hormone and the Prediction of Age at Natural Menopause (pp. 417-418)
(M. Depmann and F. J. M. Broekmans)

Chapter 191. Using AMH for Determining a Stratified Gonadotropin Dosing Regimen for IVF/ICSI and Optimizing Outcomes (pp. 419-420)
(Joan-Carles Arce, Bjarke M. Klein and Lars Erichsen)

Chapter 192. How AMH Assists Counselling for Fertility Preservation Prior to Treatment for Cancer (pp. 421-422)
(C. E. Dunlop and R. A. Anderson)

Chapter 193. AMH in Diagnosis and Treatment of Gonadal Tumors (pp. 423-424)
(Geralyn Lambert-Messerlian and Rodolfo Rey)

Chapter 194. Assessment of Ovarian Reserve Before and After Gynecologic Surgery (pp. 425-426)
(Akira Iwase)

Chapter 195. The Utility of AMH in the Diagnosis and Treatment of PCOS (pp. 427-428)
(A. Dumont, G. Robin, S. Catteau-Jonard and D. Dewailly)

Chapter 196. The Role of AMH in Endometriosis (pp. 429-430)
(Patrizia Carrarelli, Lucia Funghi, Alessandra Gatti, Felice Arcuri and Felice Petraglia)

Chapter 197. Applications of AMH in Pediatric Endocrinology (pp. 431-432)
(Analía V. Freire, Romina P. Grinspon and Rodolfo A. Rey)

Chapter 198. Anti-Müllerian Hormone and Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (pp. 433-434)
(Laetitia Jacquesson, Anne Bachelot and Philippe Touraine)

Chapter 199. A Critical Evaluation of Whether Circulating Anti-Müllerian Hormone Is a Hormone in Adults, with Special Reference to Its Putative Roles in Men (pp. 435-436)
(Ian S. McLennan, Yih Harng Chong,Yui Kawagishi and Michael W. Pankhurst)

Chapter 200. Summary of Current State of AMH Utilisation in Clinical Reproductive Medicine (pp. 437-438)
(Scott M. Nelson)

Chapter 201. Racial/Ethnic Differences in AMH and Potential Underlying Mechanisms (pp. 439-440)
(Reshef Tal and David B. Seifer)

Chapter 202. Influence of Combined Contraceptives on Serum AMH (pp. 441-442)
(Christopher E. Gibson and Clarisa R. Gracia)

Chapter 203. Anti-Müllerian Hormone and Obesity (pp. 443-444)
(Vicky Moy and Erkan Buyuk)

Chapter 204. Association between Vitamin D and Anti-Müllerian Hormone (pp. 445-446)
(Mohamad Irani and Zaher Merhi)

Chapter 205. Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) and FMR1 Genotype (pp. 447-448)
(A. Shohat-Tal and N. Gleicher)

Chapter 206. AMH Screening of Ovarian Reserve in the General Population: A Risk-Benefit Analysis (pp. 449-450)
(Kelton Tremellen and Neerja Kamal)

Chapter 207. Future Research and Potential Therapeutic Applications: Agonists and Antagonists (pp. 451-452)
(Elodie Adda-Herzog, Nathalie di Clemente and Renato Fanchin)

Total Pages: 452

      Medicine Research Summaries
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2017 - 4th Quarter
   ISBN: 978-1-53612-751-5
   Status: AV
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Special Focus Titles
01.Laryngeal Cancer: Risk Factors, Symptoms and Treatment
02.Breast Surgery: Indications and Techniques
03.Cursed? Biologic and Cultural Aspects of the Menstrual Cycle and Menstruation
04.The Uses of Cocoa and Cupuaçu Byproducts in Industry, Health, and Gastronomy
05.Agriculture, Food, and Food Security: Some Contemporary Global Issues
06.Fungicides: Perspectives, Resistance Management and Risk Assessment
07.Current Developments in Alexithymia - A Cognitive and Affective Deficit
08.Political Concerns and Literary Topoi in French Grand Opera
09.Abdul Aziz Said: The Mualim, The Inspiration
10.Teachers and Teaching: Global Practices, Challenges, and Prospects
11.A Comprehensive Investigation on Executive-Employee Pay Gap of Chinese Enterprises: Antecedents and Consequences
12.American Alligators: Habitats, Behaviors, and Threats

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