Advances in Medicine & Biology

 

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Advances in Medicine & Biology


Leon V. Berhardt (Editor)

 

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ISBN: 9781621009375

 

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Presents original research from medicine and biology. In this title, topics discussed include the adverse effects on reproduction of corticotropin; the actions of morphine and its related substances on primary-afferent neurons; and, magnetic resonance spectroscopy of bile in the diagnosis of chronic cholestatic diseases.


This continuing series gathers and presents original research results on the leading edge of medicine and biology. Each article has been carefully selected in an attempt to present substantial topical data across a broad spectrum. Topics discussed include the adverse effects on reproduction of corticotropin; the actions of morphine and its related substances on primary-afferent neurons; magnetic resonance spectroscopy of bile in the diagnosis of chronic cholestatic diseases; cold-active enzymes and their potential use in biotechnology; midwifery practice and the classification and differential diagnosis of sclerosing cholangitis.


 

ISBN 1621009378
ISBN13 9781621009375
Publisher Nova Science Publishers Inc
Format Hardback
Publication date 01/04/2012
Pages 231
Weight (grammes) 654
Published in United States
Height (mm) 180
Width (mm) 260

Preface
Corticotropin &
Reproduction
Actions of Morphine &
its Related Drugs on Primary-Afferent Neurons: Their Clinical Significances
Morphine: Chemistry, Pharmacology &
Clinical Aspects
Laboring through Pain: Body, Mind, &
Emotion Work among Midwifery Clients
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Bile in the Diagnosis of Chronic Cholestatic Diseases
Cold-Active Enzymes: Potential Use in Biotechnology

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