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Color Atlas of Pathophysiology by Stefan Silbernagl, Florian Lang

By Stefan Silbernagl, Florian Lang

Understanding
pathophysiology is step one towards  scientific medication. This
book provides crucial mechanisms of the way  disease
develops in approximately 2 hundred brilliant colour plates followed by means of transparent text.
Every double web page, with textual content at the left and photographs at the right,
gives a fast and entire assessment of its topic.

The contents
are equipped systematically and a color-coded thumb index makes it
easy to navigate during the ebook. the place beneficial for readability, the
basics of body structure are defined again.

Numerous clinical
references illustrate the hyperlinks among conception and perform. The pocket
atlas has been absolutely revised and up to date for the 3rd variation. It now
includes particular information regarding malaria, power metabolism, eating
disorders, and weight problems. Color Atlas of Pathophysiology is definitely the right complement to Color Atlas of Physiology!

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However, hemoglobin synthesis in the cytoplasm continues unchanged so that the erythroblasts increase in size (megaloblasts) and over-large, oval erythrocytes pass into the blood ( megalo cytes: MCV > 100 fL). The formation of granulo cytes and megakaryocytes is also disturbed. In addition to the delay in proliferation, the anemia is aggravated by the premature destruction of megaloblasts in bone marrow ( increased inefficient erythropoiesis; p. 40) as well as by the shortened life-span of the megalocytes that have passed into the blood (premature hemoly sis ).

Is bound to hemoglobin (Hb), 14 is stored iron (ferritin, hemosider in), and the rest is iron with diverse functions (myoglobin, Fe-containing enzymes). Loss of iron is ca. 1 mg/ d in males and up to 2 mg/ d in females (menstruation, pregnancy, birth). Only 3 - 15 % of dietary Fe is absorbed in the duodenum ( -> A); in cases of Fe deficiency it can be up to 25 % ( see below ). Iron intake with food should therefore be at least 10 - 20 mg/d (women > children > men). Iron absorption (-> A 1). Fe can be absorbed relatively efficiently by the heme transporter HCP1 as heme- Fe2+ (found in meat and fish).

Cerebral edema with accompanying damage to the central nervous system will, without rapid help, lead to death; children are especially at . Energy , Tempratue 2 . . 26 risk because their surface area to body mass ratios are larger than adults’, and they produce less sweat. Treatment of heat stroke consists of bringing the person into a cooler environment and/ or submerging them in cool water. However, the body surface must not be allowed to get too cold, because the resulting vasoconstriction would delay the reduction in core temperature.

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