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Cecil Textbook of Medicine has been one of the world's most trusted medical references since its original publication in 1927. In the 22nd edition of this classic text, more than 450 renowned authorities present the very latest clinic knowledge augmented by a superb new full 4-color design and internal navigation system. Here you'll continue to find comprehensive coverage of the scientific foundations and biological basis of disease processes; an introduction to clinical practice protocols; current concepts of pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment — all presented by distinguished experts in a new user friendly, graphically appealing 4-color format. The core of the text continues to encompass the disorders of the major organ systems, including the approach to the patient, clinical manifestations, diagnostic procedures, and treatment strategies. Text includes a bonus CD-ROM with all of the text's illustrations, tables, and algorithms.

• A new section on clinical pharmacology provides sound theoretical basis for pharmacotherapy critical to medical practice
• New evidence-based medicine summaries in therapy sections provide Grade A (randomized controlled trial) evidence, including reference sources, for the leading current therapeutic and management recommendation.
• The expanded oncology section provides thorough coverage of all key cancers, including completely new coverage of some cancers (eg, testicular cancer)
• New full 4-color design permits the addition of hundreds of new color photos as well as the integration of old photos into the text at the appropriate point (rather than as color plates far away from the chapter)
• Unique internal navigation system, including diagnostic and 'clinical syndrome' algorithms and treatment summary tables designed for optimal and timely retrieval of information
• Comprehensive coverage of pathogenesis (including molecular genetics), diagnosis, and therapy to explain "why" behind the "how"
• Flow diagrams facilitating the best approach to diagnosis and treatment of the most common complaints and diseases

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Editorial Reviews

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"In its comprehensive yet practical approach, this work exceeds its predecessors...all practitioners will find this book to be a ready reference as well as an excellent review.Students will continue to depend on it. Underlined and noted, it will be on the shelves of many future physicians. The authors are once again some of the most eminent physicians and educators in the world...This continues to be one of the most outstanding textbooks of medicine ever written, and this edition could well be the best yet. The online resources available to the book's owner greatly amplify the text's usefulness. I'm not sure if a single book could ever be described as comprehensive as to be the only medicine text a physician might need, but this work indeed comes close. 5 stars!" -Doody's Book Review Service

Cecil textbook of Medicine, which ranks among the best medical textbooks in longevity, comprehensiveness, tradition, and use by practitioners and students alike...Reflecting new evidence-based standards, US Preventive Services Task Force Grade A evidence is highlighted within the text and cited at the conclusion of each chapter. This adds a methodologically rigorous approach to the diagnosis and management of diseases, which is necessary to practice sate-of-art medicine in a society increasingly focused on preventable errors. The text has full color with useful color-coded diagnostic and treatment algorithms...[Cecil Online] gives users real time access to a dynamic, expandable, and highly interactive e-version of the textbook. Goldman and Ausiello make a fine pairing, one a clinician-researcher, the other a physician-scientist. They have done a superb job of melding the best of the old Cecil with the sensibilitie and technology of 21st century medicine. The book links explicitly fundamental clinicalm bench, and public health research with evidence-based clinical medicine, with a particular eye toward common clinical problems.This emphasis infuses Cecil with utility for students, practitioners, and researchers alike...Goldman and Ausiello have given the 22nd edition of this venerable textbook a 21st century remodeling, which sets a new standard that others are sure to follow.
-JAMA, September 8, 2004-Vol 292, NO 10

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Goldman and Ausiello have given the 22nd edition of this venerable textbook a 21st-century remodelling, which sets a new standard that others are sure to follow. (September 8, 2004-Vol 292, No. 10)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721696539
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/24/2003
  • Edition description: 2 Volume with CD-ROM Set
  • Edition number: 22
  • Pages: 2784
  • Product dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 11.75 (h) x 3.45 (d)

Meet the Author

Executive Vice President for Health and Biomedical Sciences and Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and of Medicine, Harold and Margaret Hatch Professor of the University, Professor of Medicine and of Epidemiology, Columbia University, New York, NY

Dennis Ausiello is the Jackson Professor of Clinical Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Physician-in-Chief at Massachusetts General Hospital. Harvard enjoys a co-ranking of #1 along with Johns Hopkins as the top US Internal Medicine training program.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Social and Ethical Issues in Medicine

1. Approach to Medicine, the Patients and Medical Profession Medicine as a Learned & Human Profession, Lee Goldman and Dennis Ausiello
2. Bioethics in the Practice of Medicine, Ezekiel Emanuel
3. Care of Dying Patients and Their Families, J. Andrew Billings
4. Social and Economic Issues in Medicine, Steven Schroeder

Part II: Principles of Evaluation and Management

5. Approach to the Patient: History and Physical Examination, David Simel
6. Interpretation of Data for Clinical Decisions, Thomas H. Lee
7. Applications and Limitations of Diagnostic Medical Imaging, David Avrin
8. Principles of Outcome Assessment, Albert W. Wu
9. Applications of Statistics, Catarina I. Kiefe

Part III: Preventive and Environmental Medicine

10. Principles of Preventive Health Care, Albert Oberman
11. The Periodic Health Examination, David Atkins
12. Nutrition’s Interface with Health and Disease, Douglas C. Heimburger
13. Physical Activity, Michael Pratt
14. Tobacco, Neal L. Benowitz
15. Violence and Injury, Elizabeth McLoughlin
16. Immunization, Walter A. Orenstein
17. Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse and Dependence, Patrick O’Connor
18. Principles of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Philip J. Landrigan
19. Radiation Injury, Arthur C. Upton
20. Chronic Poisoning: Trace Metals and Others, William O. Robertson and Thomas Martin

Part IV: Aging and Geriatric Medicine

21. Epidemiology of Aging: Implications of the Aging, Linda Fried
22. Biology of Aging, George Martin
23. Approach to Common Clinical Sequelae of Aging, Kenneth Minaker
24. Uniary Incontinence, Joseph C. Ouslander
25. Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Aging, Sharon K. Inouye
26. Delirium and Other Mental Status Problems in the Older Patient, Sharon K. Inouye

Part V: Clinical Pharmacology

27. Principles of Drug Therapy, Robert B. Diasio
28. Drug Allergy, James R. Bonner
29. Pain, Mitchell Max
30. Drug Abuse and Dependence, Jeffrey H. Samet
31. Glucocorticoids in Relation to Inflammatory Disease, Paul Katz
32. Prostaglandins, Aspirin, and Related Compounds, Garrett Fitzgerald
33. Antithrombotic Therapy, Jack Hirsh
34. Alternative Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Stephen Straus

Part VI: Genetics

35. Principles of Genetics, Bruce Korf
36. Genetic Risk Assessment, Margretta R. Seashore
37. Inborn Errors of Metabolism, Louis J. Elsas II
38. Single Gene and Chromosomal Disorders, Judith Hall
39. The Inherited Basis of Common Diseases, David Altshuler
40. Gene Therapy, Paul N. Reynolds, Akseli Hemminki, and David T. Curiel

Part VII: Principles of Immunology and Inflammation

41. The Innate and Adaptive Immune Systems, Cornelia M. Weyand and Jorg J. Goronzy
42. The Major Histocompatibility Complex and Disease Susceptibility, Robert Rich
43. Mechanisms of Immune Mediated Tissue Injury, Jane Salmon
44. Mechanisms of Inflammation and Tissue Repair, Gary Firestein and Shao-Lee Lin
45. Complement in Health and Disease, David R. Karp; V. Michael Holers

Part VIII: Cardiovascular Disease

46. Approach to the Patient with Possible Cardiovascular Disease, Lee Goldman
47. Epidemiology of Cardiovascular Disease, Michael H. Criqui
48. Cardiac Function and Circulatory Control, Daniel Burkhoff and Myron L. Weisfeldt
49. Radiology of the Heart, Murray G. Baron
50. Cardiography, Nora Goldschlager
51. Echocardiography, Anthony N. DeMaria
52. Nuclear Cardiology and Computed Tomography, George A. Beller
53. Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Warren J. Manning
54. Catheterization and Angiography, David P. Faxon
55. Pathophysiology Heart Failure: and Dignosis, Barry Massie
56. Management and Prognosis of Heart Failure, Milton Packer
57. Principles of Electrophysiology, Hugh Calkins
58. Electrophysiologic Diagnostic Procedures, Jay W. Mason
59. Cardiac Arrhythmias with Supraventricular Origin, Masood Akhtar
60. Ventricular Arrhythmias and Sudden Death, Bruce B. Lerman
61. Electrophysiologic Interventional Procedures and Surgery, Fred Morady
62. Antiarrhythmic Drugs, Raymond L. Woosley
63. Arterial Hypertension, Ronald Victor
64. Pulmonary Hypertension, Robin Barst
65. Congenital Heart Disease in Adults, Ariane Marelli
66. Atherosclerosis-Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, Valentin Fuster
67. Angina Pectoris, Pierre Théroux
68. Acute Coronary Syndrome: Unstable Angina and Non-ST Segment Elevation Myocardial, David Waters
69. ST-Elevation Acute Myocardial Infarction and Complications of MI, Jeffrey Anderson
70. Coronary Angioplasty, Paul Teirstein
71. Surgical Treatment of Coronary Artery Disease, Bruce Lytle
72. Valvular Heart Disease, Blase Carabello
73. Diseases of the Myocardium, Lynne Warner Stevenson
74. Pericardial Disease, Warren J. Manning
75. Diseases of the Aorta, Eric M. Isselbacher
76. Atherosclerotic Peripheral Arterial Disease, William R. Hiatt
77. Other Peripheral Arterial Diseases, Jeffrey W. Olin
78. Peripheral Venous Disease, Russell D. Hull
79. Miscellaneous Conditions of the Heart: Tumor, Trauma, and Systemic Disease, Joshua Wynne
80. Cardiac Transplantation, Robert C. Bourge

Part IX: Respiratory Diseases

81. Approach to the Patient with Respiratory Disease, Gerard M. Turino
82. Respiratory Structure and Function, Herbert Reynolds
83. Disorders of Ventilatory Control, Steven A. Shea; David P. White
84. Asthma, Jeffrey M. Drazen
85. Chronic Bronchitis Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Nicholas Anthonisen
86. Cystic Fibrosis, Michael Welsh
87. Bronchiectasis and Localized Airway Parenchymal Disorders, Alan F. Barker
88 Interstitial Lung Disease, Galen B. Toews
89. Occupational Pulmonary Disorders, Jonathan M. Samet
90. Physical, Chemical, and Aspiration Injuries of the Lung, Claude A. Piantadosi
91. Sarcoidosis, Steven Weinberger
92. Overview of Pneumonia, Andrew Limper
93. Lung Abscess, Sydney Finegold
94. Pulmonary Embolism, Victor Tapson
95. Diseases of the Diaphragm, Chest Wall, Pleura, and Mediastinum, Bartolome R. Celli
96. Obstructive Sleep Apnea=Hypopnea Syndrome, Kingman P. Strohl
97. Surgical Approach to Lung Disease, John J. Reilly, Jr.; Steven J. Mentzer

Part X: Critical Care Medicine

98. Approach to the Patient in a Critical Care Setting, John M. Luce
99. Acute Respiratory Failure, Leonard D. Hudson,Arthur S. Slutsky
100. Respiratory Monitoring in Critical Care, John M. Luce
101. Ventilator Management in the Intensive Care Unit, John M. Luce
102. Approach to the Patient with Shock, Joseph E. Parrillo
103. Cardiogenic Shock, David Holmes
104. Shock Syndromes Related to Sepsis, Joseph E. Parrillo
105. Disorders Due to Heat and Cold, Ernest Yoder
106. Acute Poisoning, Marsha Ford
107. Electric Injury, Basil Pruitt
108. Medical Aspects of Trauma and Burn Care, Robert Demling and Jonathan D. Gates
109. Rhabdomyolysis, Juha P. Kokko

Part XI: Renal and Genitourinary Diseases

110. Approach to the Patient with Renal Disease, Hasan Bazari and Dennis Ausiello
111. Structure and Function of the Kidneys, C. Craig Tisher
112. Fluids and Electrolytes, Juha P. Kokko
113. Acid-Base Disorders, Julian L. Seifter
114. Phosphorus Deficiency and Hypophosphatemia, Wadi Suki
115. Disorders of Magnesium Metabolism, Wadi Suki
116. Acute Renal Failure, William E. Mitch
117. Chronic Renal Failure, Robert G. Luke
118. Treatment of Irreversible Renal Failure, Nina Tolkoff-Rubin
119. Glomerular Disorders, Gerald B. Appel
120. Tubulointerstitial Diseases and Toxic Nephropathies, Garabed Eknoyan
121. Obstructive Uropathy, Saulo Klahr
122. Specific Renal Tubular Disorders, Russell W. Chesney
123. Diabetes and the Kidney, Raymond Harris
124. Vascular Disorders of the Kidney, Thomas D. DuBose, Jr.
125. Hereditary Chronic Nephropathies: Glomerular Basement Membrane Disease, Manuel Martinez-Maldonado
126. Renal Calculi (Nephrolithiasis), Keith Hruska and Irmantos Juknevicius
127. Cystic Kidney Diseases, Amin Arnaout and Tabo Sikaneta
128. Anomalies of the Urinary Tract, Lisa Guay-Woolord
129. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Prostatitis, Michael Barry and Mary McNaughton Collins

Part XII: Gastrointestinal Diseases

130. Approach to the Patient with Gastrointestinal Disease, Don W. Powell
131. Diagnostic Imaging Procedures in Gastroenterology, Gerhard Wittich
132. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Pankaj Jay Pasricha
133. Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage and Occult Gastrointestinal Bleeding, David Bjorkman
134. Disorders of Gastrointestinal Motility, Michael Camilleri
135. Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders: Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Nonulcer Dyspepsia, and Noncardiac Chest Pain, Nicholas J. Talley
136. Diseases of the Esophagus, Roy Orlando
137. Gastritis and Helicobacter pylori, David Graham and Robert Genta
138. Peptic Ulcer Disease, David Graham
139. Peptic Ulcer Disease: Surgical Therapy, Haile Debas and Susan Orloff
140. Pancreatic Endocrine Tumors, Robert T. Jensen
141. Approach to the Patient with Diarrhea & Malabsorption, Carol Semrad and Don W. Powell
142. Inflammatory Bowel Disease, William F. Stenson
143. Appendicitis Intestinal, Diverticulitis, and Conditions, C. Mel Wilcox
144. Vascular Disorders of the Intestine, Lawrence J. Brandt
145. Pancreatitis, Chung Owyang
146. Diseases of the Peritoneum, Mesentery, and Omentum, Michael R. Lucey
147. Diseases of the Rectum and Anus, Heidi Nelson

Part XIII: Diseases of the Liver, Gallbladder, and Bile Ducts

148. Approach to the Patient with Liver Disease, Don W. Powell
149. Approach to the Jaundiced Patient with Jaundice or Abnormal Liver Tests, Paul Berk
150. Toxin and Drug-Induced Liver Disease, Frank Schidt, William Lee
151. Acute Viral Hepatitis, Jay H. Hoofnagle and Karen L. Lindsay
152. Chronic Hepatitis, Karen L. Lindsay and Jay H. Hoofnagle
153. Bacterial Parasitic, Fungal, and Granulomatous Liver Diseases, Brent Neschwander-Tetri
154. Inherited, Infiltrative, and Metabolic Disorders Involving the Liver, Jacquelyn J. Maher
155. Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis, Anna Mae Diehl
156. Cirrhosis and Its Sequelae, Scott L. Friedman and Thomas Schiano
157. Hepatic Failure and Liver Transplantation, Emmet Keeffe
158. Diseases of the Gallbladder and Bile Ducts, Nezam Afdhal

Part XIV: Hematologic Diseases

159. Hematopoiesis and Hematopoietic Growth Factors, Peter Quesenberry
160. Approach to the Anemias, Kenneth S. Zuckerman
161. The Peripheral Blood Smear, John Bennett
162. Approach to the Patient with Bleeding and Thrombosis, Andrew I. Schafer
163. Leukopenia and Leukocytosis, Grover C. Bagby, Jr.
164. Approach to the Patient with Lymphadenopathy and Splenomegaly, James O. Armitage
165. Transfusion Medicine, Jay E. Menitove
166. Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation, Steven Pavletic and Julie Vose
167. Microcytic and Hypochromic Anemias, Thomas P. Duffy
168. Hemoglobinopathics: The Thalassemias, Griffin Rodgers
169. Autoimmune and Intravascular Hemolytic Anemias, Alan D. Schreiber
170. Hemolytic Anemias: Red Cell Membrane and Metabolic Defects, David E. Golan
171. Sickle Cell Anemia and Associated Hemoglobinopathies, Stephen H. Embury
172. Hemoglobinopathies: Methemoglobinemias, Polycythemias, and Unstable Hemoglobins, Josef T. Prchal
173. Other Normochromic, Normocytic Anemias, Thomas P. Duffy
174. Aplastic Anemia and Related Hugo Castro-Malaspina Disorders, Richard O’Reilly
175. Megaloblastic Anemias, Sally Stabler and Robert H. Allen
176. Polycythemia and Related Disorders, Ayalew Tefferi
177. Hemorrhagic Disorders: Abnormalities of Platelet and Vascular Function, Marc Shuman
178. Hemorrhagic Disorders: Coagulation Factor Deficiencies, Craig Kessler
179. Hemorrhagic Disorders: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulations, Liver, and Vitamin K Deficiency, Andrew I. Schafer
180. Thrombotic Disorders: Hypercoagulable States, Andrew I. Schafer
181. Disorders of Phagocyte Function, Laurence A. Boxer
182. Myelodysplasyic Syndrome, D. Gary Gilliland
183. Chronic Myeloproliferative Disorders:Essential Thrombocythemia and Myelofibrosis with Myeloid Metaplasia, Ayalew Tefferi
184. Eosinophilic Syndromes, Peter F. Weller

Part XV: Oncology

185. Oncogenes and Suppressor Genes: Genetic Control of Cancer, Edison T. Liu
186. Epidemiology of Cancer, William J. Blot
187. The Endocrine Manifestations of Tumors: "Ectopic" Hormone Production, Robert F. Gagel
188. Paraneoplastic Syndrome and Other Non-neoplastic Effects of Cancer, Hope Rugo
189. Tumor Markers, Dennis Cooper
190. Cancer Prevention, Gilbert S. Omenn
191. Principles of Cancer Therapy, Joseph R. Bertino and William Hait
192. The Chronic Leukemias, Michael J. Keating and Hagop Kantarjian
193. The Acute Leukemias, Frederick A. Appelbaum
194. Hodgkin's Disease, Carol S. Portlock and Joachim Yahalom
195. Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas, Philip Bierman, Nancy Harris, and James Armitage
196. Plasma Cell Disorders, Robert A. Kyle and S. Vincent Rajkumar
197. Head and Neck Cancer, Marshall Posner
198. Lung Cancer and Other Pulmonary Neoplasms, York Miller
199. Neoplasms of the Stomach, Anil K. Rustgi
200. Neoplasms of the Large and Small Intestine, Raymond DuBois
201. Pancreatic Cancer, Margaret Tempero and Randall Brand
202. Hepatic Tumors, Michael Fallon
203. Tumors of the Kidney, Bladder Ureters, and Renal Pelvis, Nicholas Vogelzang
204. Breast Cancer and Differential Diagnosis of Benign Lesions, Hyman B. Muss
205. Gynecologic Cancers, Kelly Molpus and Howard W. Jones III
206. Testicular Cancer, Lawrence Einhorn
207. Prostate Cancer, Eric Small
208. Bone Cancers, Daniel I. Rosenthal
209. Melanoma and Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers, Lynn Schuchter
210. Cancer of Unknown Primary Origin,
John Hainsworth, Anthony Greco, and Michael Ming

Part XVI: Metabolic Diseases

211. The Hyperlipoproteinemias, Joseph L. Witztum and Daniel Steinberg
212. Galactosemia, Louis J. Elsas II
213. Glycogen Storage Diseases, Harry Greene
214. Fructose Intolerance, Harry Greene
215. Primary Hyperoxaluria, Richard Hillman
216, Disorders of Purine and Pyrimidine Metabolism, Beverly Mitchell and Michael S. Hershfield
217. Lysosomal Storage Diseases, Margaret McGovern and Robert Desnick
218. Disorders Phenyalanine and Tyrosine Metabolism, Stephen D. Cederbaum
219. The Hyperprolinemias and Hydroxyprolinemia, James Phang
220. Diseases of the Urea Cycle, Stephen D. Cederbaum
221. Branched Chain Aminoacidurias, Louis J. Elsas, II
222. Homocystinuria, Bruce A. Barshop
223. The Porphyrias, Karl E. Anderson
224. Wilson Disease, Steven Kaler
225. Iron Overload (Hemochromatosis), Bruce Bacon

Part XVII: Nutritional Diseases

226. Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Diseases, Cheryl Rock
227. Nutritional Assessment, Bruce Bistriam
228. Protein-Energy Malnutrition, Samuel Klein
229. Enteral Nutrition, John L. Rombeau
230. Parenteral Nutrition, M. Molly McMahon
231. Consequences of Altered Micronutrient Status, Joel B. Mason
232. The Eating Disorders, Delia Smith West
233. Oesity, Michael Jensen

Part XVIII: Endocrine Diseases

234. Principles of Endocrinology, Gordon N. Gill
235. Neuroendocrinology and the Neuroendocrine System, Mark E. Molitch
236. Chronobiology (Circcadian Rhythm), Anthony Gotter and Steven M. Reppert
237. Anterior Pituitary, Mark E. Molitch
238. Posterior Pituitary, Alan G. Robinson
239. The Thyroid, Wolfgang H. Dillmann
240. The Adrenal Cortex, D. Lynn Loriaux
241. The Adrenal Medulla, Catecholamines, and Pheochromocytoma, Daniel T. O'Connor
242. Diabetes Mellitus, Robert S. Sherwin
243. Hypoglycemia/Pancreatic Islet Cell Disorders, Robert A. Rizza and F. John Service
244. Polyglandular Disorders, Henry M. Kronenberg
245. Multiple-Organ Syndromes: Carcinoid Syndrome, John A. Oates
246. Disorders of Sexual Differentiation, Maria I. New and Nathalie Josso
247. The Testis and Male Sexual Function, Ronald S. Swerdloff and Christina Wang

Part XIX: Women’s Health

248. Approach to Women's Health, Wendy Levinson and Janet B. Henrich
249. Ovaries and Development, Robert W. Rebar and Gregory F. Erickson
250. Menstrual Cycle and Fertility, Robert W. Rebar and Gregory F. Erickson
251. Contraception, Daniel Mishell
252. Pregnancy: Neoplastic Diseases, Edward C. Grendys
253. Pregnancy: Hypertension and other Common Medical Problems, Diane Eliot
254. HIV in Pregnancy, Stephen A. Spector
255. Hirsutism, Roger S. Rittmaster
256. Menopause, Rogerio A. Lobo

Part XX: Diseases of Bone and Mineral Metabolism

257. Mineral and Bone Homeostasis, Stephen J. Marx
258. Osteoporosis, Joel S. Finkelstein
259. Osteomalacia and Rickets, Marc K. Drezner
260. The Parathyroid Glands, Hypercalcemia, and Hypocalcemia, Allen M. Spiegel
261. Calcitonin and Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma, Leonard J. Deftos and Robert F. Gagel
262. Renal Osteodystrophy, Marie-Claude Monier-Faugere and Hartmut H. Malluche
263. Paget's Disease of Bone (Osteitis Deformans), John A. Kanis
264. Osteonecrosis, Osteosclerosis/Hyperostosis, and Other Disorders of Bone, Michael P. Whyte

Part XXI: Diseases of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

265. Approach to the Patient with Allergic or Immunologic Disease, Stephen Wasserman
266. Diseases of the Thymus, Max Cooper and Barton T. Haynes
267. Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases, Charlotte Cunningham-Rundles
268. Allergic Rhinosinusitis, Richard D. deShazo
269. Urticaria and Angioedema, Michael M. Frank
270. Systemic Anaphylaxis, Lawrence B. Schwartz
271. Insect Sting Allergy, Lawrence M. Lichenstein
272. Mastocytosis, Dean D. Metcalfe

Part XXII: Rheumatic Diseases

273. Approach to the Patient with Rheumatic Disease, Duncan A. Gordon and William P. Arend
274. Diagnostic Tests in Rheumatic Diseases, Joseph E. Craft, Timothy Quan, and Insoo King
275. Connective Tissue Structure and Function, Richard Loeser
276. Inherited Diseases of Connective Tissue, Reed E. Pyeritz
277. Bursitis, Tendonitis, and Other Periarticular Disorders, Dennis Boulware
278. Rheumatoid Arthritis, James O’Dell
279. The Spondyloarthropathies, Robert D. Inman
280. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Peter H. Schur
281. Scleroderma (Systemic Sclerosis), Fredrick M. Wigley
282. Sjögren's Syndrome, Stanley Naguwa and M. Eric Gershwin
283. Polymyositis and Dermatomyositis, Frederick W. Miller
284. The Systemic Vasculitides, John H. Stone
285. Polymyalgia Rheumatica and Temporal Artertis, Stephen A. Paget
286. Infectious Arthritis, Luis R. Espinoza
287. Osteoarthritisg, Thomas J. Schnitzer
288. Crystal Deposition Diseases, Robert Terkeltaub
289. Fibromyalgia, Robert M. Bennett
290. The Amyloidoses, Joel N. Buxbaum
291. Systemic Diseases in which Arthritis is a Feature, Sterling G. West
292. Idiopathic Multifocal Fibrosclerosis, Wilmur L. Sibbitt
293. Surgical Treatment of Joint Diseases
Joseph A. Buckwalter and W. Timothy Ballard

Part XXIII: Infectious Diseases

294. Introduction to Microbial Disease, W. Michael Scheld and Gerald L. Mandell
295. The Febrile Patientn David C. Dale
296. The Pathogenesis of Fever, Bruce Beutler and Steven M. Beutler
297. The Acute Phase Response, Charles A. Dinarello and Reuvan Porat
298. The Compromised Host, Nina Tolkoff-Rubin and Robert Rubin
299. Prevention and Control of Hospital Acquired Infections, Barry Farr
300. Advice to Travelers, Richard D. Pearson
301. Introduction to Bacterial Disease, David Relman
302. Antibacterial Therapy, William Craig
303. Pneumococcal Pneumonia, Lionel Mandell
304. Mycoplasmal Infection, David Schlossberg
305. Pneumonia Caused by Aerobic Gram-Negative Bacilli, Lisa Dever and Waldemar G. Johanson, Jr.
306. Aspiration Pneumonia, Lisa Dever and Waldemar G. Johanson, Jr.
307. Legionellosis, Paul H. Edelstein
308. Streptococcal Infections, Dennis L. Stevens
309. Rheumatic Fever, Alan L. Bisno
310. Infective Endocarditis, Carolyn S. Calfee and Henry F. Chambers
311. Staphylococcal Infections, Gordon L. Archer
312. Bacterial Meningitis, Morton N. Swartz
313. Meningococcal Infections, Michael A. Apicella
314. Infections Caused by Haemophilus Species, Michael S. Simberkoff
315. Osteomyelitis, Barry D. Brause
316. Whooping Cough (Pertussis), Richard B. Johnston, Jr.
317. Diphtheria, Roland W. Sutter
318. Clostridial Myonecrosis and Other Clostridial Diseases, Dennis L. Stevens
319. Pseudomembranous Colitis, Theodore Steiner
320. Botulism, John G. Bartlett
321. Tetanus, John G. Bartlett
322. Diseases Caused by Non-sporeforming Anaerobic Bacteria, Ellie J.C. Goldstein
323. Introduction to Enteric Infections, Herbert L. DuPont
324. Typhoid Fever, Thomas Butler and W. Michael Scheld
325. Salmonella Infections Other Than Typhoid Fever, Keith Kaye and Donald Kaye
326. Shigellosis, Thomas Butler and W. Michael Scheld
327. Campylobacter Enteritis, Richard L. Guerrant
328. Cholera, William B. Greenough, III
329. Enteric Escherichia coli Infections, Richard L. Guerrant
330. The Diarrhea of Travelers, R. Bradley Sack
331. Yersinia Infections, J. Glenn Morris, Jr.
332. Tularemia, William Schaffner
333. Anthrax, Jonas A. Shulman and Henry M. Blumberg
334. Diseases Caused by Pseudomonads, Stephen C. Schimpff
335. Listeriosis, Bennett Lorber
336. Erysipeloid, Annette C. Reboli
337. Actinomycosis, Itzhak Brook
338. Nocardiosis, Richard Wallace Jr.
339. Brucellosis, Robert A. Salata
340. Disease Caused by Species, Craig Hoesley and David A. Relman
341. Tuberculosis, Michael D. Iseman
342. Other Mycobacterioses, Laurel C. Preheim
343. Leprosy (Hansen's Disease), Gilla Kaplan and Victoria H. Freedman
344. Urinary Tract Infections, Ragnar Norrby
345. Introduction to Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Common Syndromes, Michael Rein
346. Gonococcal Infections, Hunter Handsfield and P. Frederick Sparling
347. Granuloma Inguinale (Donovanosis), Edward Hook III
348. Chancroid, Edward Hook III
349. Syphilis, Edward Hook III
350. Nonsyphilitic Treponematoses, Edward Hook III
351. Relapsing Fever, Molly A. Hughes and William A. Petri, Jr.
352. Lyme Disease, Stephen E. Malawista
353. Leptospirosis, Christopher D. Huston and William A. Petri, Jr.
354. Diseases Caused by Chlamydiae, Robert C. Brunham
355. Rickettsioses, Didier Raoult
356. Zoonoses, Stuart Levin and Jeffery Nelson
357. Introduction to Viral Diseases, Richard Whitley
358. Antiviral Therapy (Non-AIDS), Richard J. Whitley
359. The Common Cold, J. Owen Hendley
360. Viral Pharyngitis, Laryngitis, Croup, and Bronchitis, Maurice A. Mufson
361. Rspiratory Syncytial Virus, Edward E. Walsh
362. Parainfluenza Viral Diseases, Edward E. Walsh
363. Influenza, Frederick G. Hayden
364. Adenovirus Diseases, John J. Treanor
365. Measles, Philip A. Brunell
366. Rubella (German Measles), Philip A. Brunell
367. Varicella (Chickenpox, Shingles), Philip A. Brunell
368. Mumps, John W. Gnann, Jr.
369. Herpes Simplex Virus Infections, Richard J. Whitley
370. Infections Associated with Human Cytomegalovirus, William J. Britt
371. Infectious Mononucleosis: Epstein-Barr Virus Infection, Elliott D. Kieff
372. Retroviruses Other Than HIV, William A. Blattner
373. Enteroviruses, Michael N. Oxman
374. Viral Gastroenteritis, Albert Z. Kapikian
375. Introduction to Hemorrhagic Fever Viruses, Robert E. Shope
376. Arthropod-borne Viruses Causing Fever and Rash Syndromes, Stanley Naides
377. Anthropod-borne Affecting the Central Nervous System, Thomas P. Bleck
378. Introduction to the Mycoses, Carol Kauffman
379. Histoplasmosis, Carol Kauffman
380. Coccidioidomycosis, John N. Galgiani
381. Blastomycosis, Carol Kauffman
382. Paracoccidioidomycosis, Carol Kauffman
383. Cryptococcosis, Carol Kauffman
384. Sporotrichosis, Carol Kauffman
385. Candidiasis, Carol Kauffman
386. Aspergillosis, David A. Stevens
387. Pneumocystis: Carinii Pneumonia, Judith Feinberg and Fred R. Sattler
388. Mucormycosis, David A. Stevens
389. Mycetoma, D. Kontoyiannis
390. Dematiaceous Fungal Infection, Peter Pappas
391. Introduction to Protozoan and Helminthic Diseases, Keith A. Joiner
392. Malaria, Donald J. Krogstad
393. African Trypanosomiasis (Sleeping Sickness), Thomas C. Quinn
394. American Trypanosomiasis (Chagas' Disease), Franklin A. Neva
395. Leishmaniasis, Selma Jeronimo, Anastacio de Querioz Sousa, and Richard D. Pearson
396. Toxoplasmosis, Oliver Liesenfeld
397. Cryptosporidiosis, Beth D. Kirkpatrick and Cynthia L. Sears
398. Giardiasis, Cynthia Sears
399. Amebiasis, Jonathan I. Ravdin
400. Other Protozoan Diseases, Richard D. Pearson
401. Cestode Infections. Charles H. King
402. Schistosomiasis (Bilharziasis), Edgar M. Carvalho and Aldo AM. Lima
403. Liver, Intestinal, and Lung Fluke Infections, Adel A.F. Mahmoud
404. Nematode Infections, James W. Kazura
405. Filariasis, David O. Freedman
406. Arthropods and Leeches, David Schlossberg
407. Venomous Snake Bites, Ralph Corey and James Armitage
408. Venoms and Poisons from Marine Organisms, Jay W. Fox

Part XXIV: HIV and the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

409. Introduction to HIV and Associated Disorders, W. Michael Scheld
410. Immunology Related to AIDS, Paul E. Sax and Bruce D. Walker
411. Biology of Human Immunodeficiency Viruses, George M. Shaw
412. Epidemiology of HIV Infection and AIDS, Thomas Quinn
413. Prevention of HIV Infection, Michael S. Saag
414. Neurologic Complications of HIV Type I Infection, Richard W. Price
415. Pulmonary Manifestations of HIV/AIDS, Laurence Huang
416. Gastrointestinal Manifestations of AIDS, John G. Bartlett
417. Skin Disease in Patients with HIV Infection, Timothy Berger
418. Ophthalmologic Manifestations of AIDS, Mark A. Jacobson
419. Hematology and Oncology in AIDS, David T. Scadden and Jerome E. Groopman
420. Renal, Cardiac, Endocrine, and Rheumatiology Manifestations of HIV Infection, Michael S. Saag
421. Treatment of HIV Infection and AIDS, Henry Masur
422. Management and Counseling for Persons with HIV Infection, John A. Bartlett

Part XXV: Neurology

423. Approach to the Patient with Neurological Disease, Robert C. Griggs, Ralph F. Jozefowicz, and Michael J. Amminoff
424. Radiologic Imaging Procedures, Robert Grossman
425. Neurogenetics, Charles Thornton and Robert C. Griggs
426. Psychiatric Disorders in Medical Practice, R. B. Schiffer
427. Pain Syndromes, Michael Rowbotham
428. Headaches and Other Head Pain, F. Michael Cutrer and Michael A. Moskowitz
429. Mechanical Lesions of the Spine, Nerve Roots and Spinal Cord, Michael J. Aminoff
430. Spine and Spinal Cord Injury, Charles Hodge
431. Head Injury, Charles Hodge
432. Diagnosis of Regional Cerebral Dysfunction, Jeffrey L. Cummings
433. Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Disorders of Cognition, Jeffrey L. Cummings and Mario F. Mendez
434. The Epilepsies, Timothy A. Pedley
435. Syncope, Roger P. Simon
436. Coma and Disorders of Arousal, Roger P. Simon
437. Persistent Vegetative States and Brain Death, Roger P. Simon
438. Disorders of Sleepand Arousal, Roger P. Simon
439. Approach to Cerebrovascular Diseases, Justin Zivin
440. Ischemic Cerebrovascular Disease, Justin Zivin
441. Hemorrhagic Cerebrovascular Disease, Justin Zivin
442. Approach to Extrapyramidal Disorders, Joseph Jankovic
443. Parkinsonism, Joseph Jankovic
444. Tremors, Tics,Myoclonus, and Stereotypies, Joseph Jankovic
445. Dystonias, Choreas, Athetosis and Ballism, Joseph Jankovic
446. Hereditary Cerebellar Ataxias and, Spastic Paraplegias, Eva L. Feldman
447. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and other Motor Neuron Diseases, Eva L. Feldman
448. Multiple Sclerosis and Demyelinating Conditions of the Central Nervous System, Richard A. Rudick
449. Approach to Viral Infections of the Nervous System, Joseph Berger and Avindra Nath
450. Parameningeal Infections, Roger P. Simon
451. Acute Viral Meningitis and Encephalitis, Avindra Nath and Joseph R. Berger
452. Poliomyelitis, Avindra Nath and Joseph R. Berger
453. The Herpes Viruses, Joseph R. Berger and Avindra Nath
454. Rabies, Joseph R. Berger and Avindra Nath
455. Cytomegalovirus,Epstein-Barr Virus, and Slow Virus Infections of the Central Nervous System, Joseph R. Berger and Avindra Nath
456. Prion Diseases, Joseph R. Berger and Avindra Nath
457. Tumors of the Central Nervous System and Intraccranial Hypertension and Hypotension, Lisa Deangelis
458. Nutritional and Alcoholic Related Neurologic Disorders, John C.M. Brust
459. Congenital, Developmental, and Neurocutaneous Disorders, A. James Barkovich and Rubin I. Kuzniecky
460. Autonomic Disorders and their Management, Clifford B. Saper
461. Approach to Muscle and Nerve Disease, Richard Barohn
462. Peripheral Neuropathies, John W. Griffin
463. Muscle Diseases, Richard J. Barohn
464. Disorders of Transmission, Andrew G. Engel

Part XXVI: Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases

465. Diseases of the Visual System, Aaron Fay and Frederick A. Jakobiec
466. Neuro-Ophthalmology, Robert W. Baloh
467. Diseases of the Mouth and Salivary Glands, Troy E. Daniels
468. Upper Airways Diseases, Kingman P. Strohl
469. Smell and Taste, Robert W. Baloh
470. Hearing and Equilibrium, Robert W. Baloh

Part XXVII: Skin Diseases

471. Structure and Function of Skin, David Norris
472. Examination of the Skin and Approach to Diagnosing Skin Diseases, Cheryl Armstrong
473. Principles of Therapy, Victoria Werth
474. Eczema, Photodermatoses, Papulosquamous (including fungal) Diseases, and Figurate Erythemas, Henry Lim
475. Macularopapular, Vesiculobullous, and Pustular Diseases, Neil Korman
476. Urticaria, Drug Hypersensitivity Rashes,Nodules, and Tumors, and Atrophic Diseases, Madeleine Duvic
477. Infections,Hyper-and Hypopigmentations, Regional Dermatology, and Distinctive Lesions in Black Skin, Jean Bolognia

Part XXVIII: Reference Intervals and Laboratory Values

478. Reference Intervals and Laboratory Values, Ronald J. Elin

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