Forensic Microbiology focuses on newly emerging areas of microbiology relevant to medicolegal and criminal investigations: postmortem changes, establishing cause of death, estimating postmortem interval, and trace evidence analysis. Recent developments in sequencing technology allow researchers, and potentially practitioners, to examine microbial communities at unprecedented resolution and in multidisciplinary contexts. This detailed study of microbes facilitates the development of new forensic tools that use the structure and function of microbial communities as physical evidence.
This book is based on lectures which were presented by DR. Ahmed Elias in MLS college , university of Khartoum for master students (2013-2015) Table of Contents Chapter 1 : Basic Immunology Chapter 2 : Clinical Immunology Chapter3 : Immunological tests
Description This new edition of Norbert Tietz’s classic handbook presents information on common tests as well as rare and highly specialized tests and procedures – including a summary of the utility and merit of each test. Biological variables that may affect test results are discussed, and a focus is placed on reference ranges, diagnostic information, clinical interpretation of laboratory data, interferences, and specimen types. New and updated content has been added in all areas, with over 100 new tests added. Key Features Tests are divided into 8 main sections and arranged alphabetically. Each test includes necessary information such as test name (or disorder) and method, specimens and special requirements, reference ranges, chemical interferences and in vivo effects, kinetic values, diagnostic information, factors influencing drug disposition, and clinical comments and remarks. The most current and relevant tests are included; outdated tests have been eliminated. Test index (with extensive cross references) and disease index provide the reader with an easy way to find necessary information Table of Contents Section 1 Preanalytical aspects New! Section 2 General Clinical Tests Section 3 Molecular Diagnostics Section 4 Therapeutic Drugs and Drugs of Abuse Section 5 Clinical Microbiology Section 6 Immunophenotyping Markers New! Section 7 Pharmacogenomics…
The brand new Anatomy Trains book maps the longitudinal myofascial connections – how the muscles are functionally linked in ‘myofascial meridians’ through the fascial webbing. Anatomy Trains opens a unique window to the anatomy of connection via this book – fully illustrated in 4-color with new anatomy art, fascial dissections, and a host of hands-on and movement applications for various postural and functional patterns.
Anatomy Hand-Out Complete Collection by DR. Sameh Doss (PhD) , Professor of anatomy faculty of medicine , Cairo university Complete Collection : Basis of Anatomy Head & Neck Lower Limbs Thorax Upper Limbs
Now in its second edition, Imaging Anatomy: Musculoskeletal is a complete anatomic atlas of the musculoskeletal system, boasting an improved organization with easily accessible information that is standardized for each body region. Brand new chapters, updated anatomical coverage, and highly detailed images combine to make this quick yet in-depth resource ideal for day-to-day reference . Emphasizes relevant anatomy for clinical practice, and combines text and images to detail normal variants and imaging pitfalls New chapters highlight normal variants and imaging pitfalls for each anatomical region with measurements and lines that are valuable to referring clinicians Updated anatomical coverage now includes information on regions such as the thumb Features both the left and right extremities and has significantly larger and improved scout images to expedite reference Includes arthrographic anatomy for each joint Individual chapters provide an anatomical overview, radiographic and arthrographic anatomy, and MR atlas for each region Expert Consult eBook version is included with purchase and allows you to search all of the text, figures, images, and references from the book on a variety of devices