Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2017Produktionsjahr: 1989Medium: DVDTitel: Fire Syndrome - UncutOriginaltitel: Spontaneous CombustionRegisseur: Hooper, TobeSchauspieler: Dourif, Brad // Bain, Cynthia // Cypher, Jon // Prince, William // Dillon, MelindaVerlag
Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2017Produktionsjahr: 1989Medium: Blu-ray DiscTitel: Fire Syndrome - UncutOriginaltitel: Spontaneous CombustionRegisseur: Hooper, TobeSchauspieler: Dourif, Brad // Bain, Cynthia // Cypher, Jon // Prince, William // Dillon, Melin
Erscheinungsdatum: 11/2017Produktionsjahr: 1989Medium: Blu-ray DiscInhalt: 2 Blu-ray DiscsTitel: Fire Syndrome (Mediabook) - UncutOriginaltitel: Spontaneous CombustionRedaktion: Hooper, TobeOrchester: Dourif, Brad // Bain, Cynthia // Cypher, Jon //
AudioLearn´s Medical School Crash Courses presents OB-GYN. Written by distinguished professors and professionally narrated by a medical doctor for accuracy, this crash course is a valuable tool both during school and when preparing for the USMLE, or if you´re simply interested in the subject of OB-GYN. The audio is focused and high-yield, covering the most important topics you might expect to learn in a typical medical school OB-GYN course. Included are both capsule and detailed explanations of critical issues and topics you must know to master OB-GYN. The material is accurate, up-to-date, and broken down into bite-sized sections. There is a Q&A and a key takeaways section following each topic to review questions commonly tested and drive home key points. In this course, we´ll cover the following topics: Reproductive anatomy Diagnosis of pregnancy Physiology of pregnancy Antepartum Intrapartum Postpartum Medical conditions in pregnancy Obstetrical complications Infections in pregnancy Twin gestation Spontaneous abortions and fetal death Contraception and sterilization Menstruation Premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual dysphoric disorder Amenorrhea hyperprolactinemia and galactorrhea Abnormal uterine bleeding Endometriosis Cervical cancer Endometrial cancer Ovarian cancer Vulvar cancer and vaginal cancer Sexually transmitted diseases Breast cancer Menopause Urinary incontinence Also included are two comprehensive tests containing the top 200 most commonly tested questions in obstetrics and gynecology with the correct answers. AudioLearn´s Medical School Crash Courses support your studies, help with USMLE preparation, and provide a comprehensive audio review of the topic matter f... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dr. Cathy Simpson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/121044/bk_acx0_121044_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book illuminates mechanisms of resilience. Threats and defense systems lead to adaptive changes in gene expression. Environmental conditions may dampen adaptive responses at the level of RNA expression. The first seven chapters elaborate threats to human health. Human populations spontaneously invade niche boundaries exposing us to threats that drive the resilience process. Emerging RNA viruses are a significant threat to human health. Antiviral drugs are reviewed and how viral genomes respond to the environment driving genome sequence plasticity. Limitations in predicting the human outcome are described in ´´nonlinear anomalies.´´ An example includes medical countermeasures for Ebola and Marburg viruses under the ´´Animal Rule.´´ Bacterial infections and a review of antibacterial drugs and bacterial resilience mediated by horizontal gene transfer follow. Chapter 6 shifts focus to cancer and discovery of novel therapeutics for leukemia. The spontaneous resolution of AML in children with Down syndrome highlights human resilience. Chapter 7 explores chemicals in the environment. Examples of chemical carcinogenesis illustrate how chemicals disrupt genomes. Historic research ignored RNA damage from chemically induced nucleic acid damage. The emergence of important forms of RNA and their possible role in resilience is proposed. Chapters 8-10 discuss threat recognition and defense systems responding to improve resilience. Chapter 8 describes the immune response as a threat recognition system and response via diverse RNA expression. Oligonucleotides designed to suppress specific RNA to manipulate the immune response including exon-skipping strategies are described. Threat recognition and response by the cytochrome P450 enzymes parallels immune responses. The author proposes metabolic clearance of small molecules is a companion to the immune system. Chapter 10 highlights RNA diversity expressed from a single gene. Molecular Resilience lists paths to RNA transcriptome plasticity forms the molecular basis for resilience. Chapter 11 is an account of ExonDys 51, an approved drug for the treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Chapter 12 addresses the question ´´what informs molecular mechanisms of resilience?´´ that drives the limits to adaptation and boundaries for molecular resilience. He speculates that radical oxygen, epigenetic modifications, and ligands to nuclear hormone receptors play critical roles in regulating molecular resilience.
While people have known for centuries that facial expressions can reveal what people are thinking and feeling, it is only recently that the face has been studies scientifically for what it can tell us about internal states, social behavior, and psychopathology. Today, because sophisticated measuring systems are more widely available, a wealth of new research on facial behavior has contributed enormously to our understanding of human psychology. The chapters in this volume represent the state-of-the-art in the study of facial expression. They address key topics and questions such as the dynamic and morphological differences between voluntary and involuntary expressions, the relationship between what people show on their faces and what they say they feel, whether it is possible to use facial behavior to draw distinctions among psychiatric populations, and the latest research on automating facial measurement. The book also includes updated commentary by the authors on any contributions appearing previously and a concluding integration and critique of all the contributions by Paul Ekman. Contents - Part I: Basic Research Emotion - 1 Paul Ekman, Wallace V. Friesen, Ronald C. Simons: Is the Startle Reaction an Emotion? - Afterword: Is the Startle Reaction an Emotion?Paul Ekman: - Afterword: FACS in the Study of the Latah Syndrome2 Ronald C. Simons: The Asymmetry of Facial Actions is Inconsistent with Models of Hemispheric Specialization - Afterword: Asymmetry in Facial Muscular ActionsJoseph C. Hager: - 3 Erika L. Rosenberg and Paul Ekman: Coherence Between Expressive and Experiential Systems in Emotion - Afterword: Erika Rosenberg - 4 Willibald Ruch: Will the Real Relationship between Facial Expression and Affective Experience Please Stand Up: The Case of Exhilaration - Afterword: The FACS in Humor ResearchWillibald Ruch: - 5 Willibald Ruch: Extroversion, Alcohol, and Enjoyment - Afterword: Laughter and TemperamentWillibald Ruch: - 6 Dacher Keltner: Signs of Appeasement: Evidence for the Distinct Displays of Embarrassment, Amusement, and Shame - 7 Kenneth D. Craig, Susan A. Hyde, Christopher J. Patrick: Genuine, Suppressed, and Faked Facial Behavior During Exacerbation of Chronic Low Back Pain - Afterword: On Knowing Another´s PainKenneth Craig: - 8 Kenneth M. Prkachin: The Consistency of Facial Expressions of Pain: A Comparison Across Modalities - Afterword: The Consistency of Facial Expressions of PainKenneth M. Prkachin: - 9 Paul Ekman, Wallace V. Friesen, Maureen O´Sullivan: Smiles When Lying - Afterword: Smiles When LyingPaul Ekman: - 10 Mark G. Frank, Paul Ekman, Wallace V. Friesen: Behavioral Markers and Recognizability of the Smile of Enjoyment - Afterword: Some Thoughts on FACS. Dynamic Markers of Emotion and BaseballMark G. Frank: - 11 Pierre Gosselin, Gilles Kirouac, Francois Y. Dore: Components and Recognition of Facial Expression in the Communications of Emotion by Actors - Afterword: Components and Recognition of Facial Expressions in the Communication of Emotion by Actors Gilles Kirouac - 12 Ursula Hess, Robert E. Kleck: Differentiating Emotiom Elicited and Deliberate Emotional Facial Expression - Afterword: Ursula Hess - 13 Linda Camras, Harriet Oster, Joseph J. Campos, Kazuo Miyake, Donna Bradshaw: Japanese and American Infants´ Responses to Arm Restraint - 14 Diana Rosenstein, Harriet Oster: Differential Facial Responses to Four Basic Tastes in Newborns - Afterword: Facial Expressions as a Window on Sensory Experience and Affect in Newborn InfantsHarriet Oster: - 15 Daniel Messinger, Alan Fogel, K Laurie Dickson: All Smiles are Positive, But Some Smiles are More Positive than Others - Afterword: A Measure of Early JoyDaniel S. Messinger: - 16 Karen L. Schmidt, Jeffrey F. Cohn, and Yingli Tien: Signal Characteristics of Spontaneous Facial Expression: Automatic Movement in Solitary and Social Smiles - 17 Jeffrey F. Cohn, Adena J. Zlochower, James Lien and Takeo Kanade: Automated Face Analysis by Feature Point Tracking has High Concurrent Validity with Manual FACS Coding - 18 Marion Stewart Bartlett, Javier R. Movellan, Gwen Littlewort, Bjonr Braathen, Mark G. Frank and Terrance J. Sejnowski Afterword: The Next Generation of Automatic Facial Expression Measurement: Towards Automatic Recognition of Spontaneous Facial Actions - Part II Applied Research - 19 Paul Ekman, David Matsumoto, Wallace V. Friesen: Facial Expression in Affective Disorders - 20 Howard Barenbaum, Thomas F. Oltmanns Afterword: Emotion,