In this era of evidence-based medicine, clinicians treat common conditions according to guidelines and protocols derived from the results of randomised clinical trials. This book will help vascular specialists when they have to treat a patient with an unusual condition where they may have no experience and there is little published scientific information. The Joint […]
Topics include: Rare Cancers; Mast Cell Leukemia; Uveal Melanoma; Esthesioneuroblastoma; Parathyroid Carcinoma; Thymoma/Thymic Carcinoma; Mesothelioma; Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST); Uterine Sarcoma; Cancer of the Appendix; Urethral Cancer; Anal Cancer; and Merkel Cell Carcinoma.
Byline: Geraldine A. Collier Doctors are taught in medical training to “look first for the horses, not the zebras.”
Byline: Bayram Ali Dorum E-mail: [email protected], Ibrahim Silfeler, Yekta Canbak and Yesim Acar ABSTRACT:
Health sciences librarians serve society by making needed health-related information available to our users. The Medical Library Association’s (MLA’s) slogan, “Professionals providing quality information for improved health”; the 2010 revised MLA Code of Ethics ; and the American Library Association’s code of ethics  all reflect our profession’s central purpose. One formal research study on […]
Byline: Seyed Abdolhossein Mehdi Nasab ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT. Along the Wabash River corridor in Indiana there exists an array of rare terrestrial natural communities that includes such diverse examples as cliffs, seepage wetlands, prairies, flatwoods, and bald cypress swamps. Many examples are quite small, existing either naturally in small patches, or as remnants of a formerly more extensive occurrence. Many possess rare […]