Ethical Considerations

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Chapter 15 Ethical Considerations MICHAEL E. GROHER CHAPTER OUTLINE Medical ethics Advance directives Tube feeding Enteral nutrition Parenteral nutrition Reasons for tube feeding Weaning from feeding tubes Aspiration pneumonia Risk…

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Disorders in Infants and Children

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Chapter 4 Disorders in Infants and Children JO PUNTIL-SHELTMAN and HELENE TAYLOR CHAPTER OUTLINE Infant background Maternal conditions Diabetes and gestational diabetes Preeclampsia Drugs Prematurity Necrotizing enterocolitis Gastroesophageal reflux disease…

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Dysphagia Unplugged

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Chapter 1 Dysphagia Unplugged MICHAEL E. GROHER and JO PUNTIL-SHELTMAN CHAPTER OUTLINE What is dysphagia? Incidence and prevalence Prevalence by setting Consequences of dysphagia Medical consequences Psychosocial consequences Clinical management…

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Chapter 31 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Andrea B. Magen, Joseph C. Veniero INTRODUCTION Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is increasingly used by gynecologists and especially reproductive surgeons to assess the genital tract…

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Pathology of Reproductive Endocrine Disorders

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Chapter 8 Pathology of Reproductive Endocrine Disorders Charles V. Biscotti, Tommaso Falcone INTRODUCTION An appreciation of the relationship between form and function is important for understanding of female reproduction. An…

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Statistics for the Clinical Scientist

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Chapter 9 Statistics for the Clinical Scientist Harry J. Khamis INTRODUCTION Statistics is the science of (1) designing experiments or studies; (2) collecting, organizing, and summarizing data; (3) analyzing data;…

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Tubal Disease

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Chapter 47 Tubal Disease Raedah Al-Fadhli, Togas Tulandi INTRODUCTION Tubal disease is one of the most common causes of infertility and is almost always preventable. It is usually the result…

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