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After six editions, Williams Hematology remains the cornerstone text in the literature for hematology. It’s discrete cell-by-cell approach has always been perceived as the most readily accessible by novices and experts alike, and now it is more clinical than ever through the inclusion of new key points boxes and algorithms that outline discrete strategies for diagnosis and treatment. There are also new chapters on the use of venous access devices, pain management, therapeutic use of cytokines, and flow cytometry. The latest moelcular biology techniques and 300 color plates enhance your diagnostic skills.
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Marshall Lichtman, M.D. Professor of Medicine University of Rochester School of Medicine Rochester, NY
Ernest Beutler, M.D. Professor and Chairman Dept. of Molecular Medicine and Experimental Biology The Scripps Research Institute La Jolla, CA
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 2005. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Williams Hematology 1 Approach to the patient 2 Examination of the blood 3 Examination of the marrow 4 The marrow and hematopoietic microenvironment 5 The lymphoid tissues 6 Hematology of the newborn 7 Hematology during pregnancy 8 Hematology in the aged 9 Genetic principles and molecular biology 10 Cytogenetics and gene rearrangement 11 Apoptosis 12 Cell cycle regulation 13 Signal transduction pathways 14 The cluster of differentiation (CD) antigens 15 Hematopoietic stem cells, progenitor cells, and cytokines 16 The inflammatory response 17 The innate immune system 18 The adaptive immune system and dendritic cells 19 Pharmacology and toxicity of antineoplastic drugs 20 Treatment of infections in the immunocompromised host 21 Principles of antithrombotic therapy 22 Principles of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation 23 Principles of immune cell therapy 24 Principles of vaccine therapy 25 Principles of therapeutic apheresis 26 Principles of gene transfer for therapy 27 Pain management 28 Morphology of the erythron 29 Composition of the erythrocyte 30 Production of erythrocytes 31 Destruction of erythrocytes 32 Clinical manifestations and classification of erythrocyte disorders 33 Aplastic anemia 34 Pure red cell aplasia 35 Anemia of chronic renal disease 36 Anemia of endocrine disorders 37 The congenital dyserythropoietic anemias 38 Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria 39 Disorders of folic acid and cobalamin metabolism: the megaloblastic anemias 40 Disorders of iron metabolism 41 Anemia resulting from other nutritional deficiencies 42 Anemia associated with marrow infiltration 43 Anemia of chronic disease 44 Disorders of the red cell membrane: hereditary spherocytosis, elliptocytosis, and related disorders 45 Disorders of red cells resulting from enzyme abnormalities 46 Disorders of globin synthesis: the thalassemias 47 Disorders of hemoglobin structure: sickle cell anemia and related abnormalities 48 Methemoglobinemia and other causes of cyanosis 49 Hemolytic anemia resulting from physical injury to red cells 50 Hemolytic anemia due to chemical and physical agents 51 Hemolytic anemia due to infections with microorganisms 52 Hemolytic anemia due to immune injury 53 Alloimmune hemolytic disease of the newborn 54 Acute blood loss anemia 55 Hypersplenism and hyposplenism 56 Primary and secondary polycythemia (Erythrocytosis) 57 The hematologic aspects of porphyria 58 Hereditary and acquired sideroblastic anemias 59 Morphology of neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils 60 Composition of neutrophils 61 Production, distribution, and fate of neutrophils 62 Eosinophils and their disorders 63 Basophils and mast cells, and their disorders 64 Classification and clinical manifestations of neutrophil disorders 65 Neutropenia and neutrophilia 66 Disorders of neutrophil function 67 Morphology of monocytes and macrophages 68 Biochemistry and function of monocytes and macrophages 69 Production, distribution, and fate of monocytes and macrophages 70 Classification and clinical manifestations of disorders of monocytes and macrophages 71 Monocytosis and monocytopenia 72 Inflammatory and malignant histiocytosis 73 Lipid storage diseases 74 Morphology of lymphocytes and plasma cells 75 Composition and biochemistry of lymphocytes and plasma cells 76 Lymphopoiesis 77 Functions of B lymphocytes and plasma cells in immunoglobin 78 Functions of T lymphocytes: T-cell receptors for antigen 79 Functions of natural killer cells 80 Classification and clinical manifestations of lymphocytosis and plasma cell disorders 81 Lymphocytosis and lymphocytopenia 82 Immunodeficiency diseases 83 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) 84. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0071435913
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