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Stoller’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine: The Hip Package (Print Edition Packaged with Stoller Lecture Videos and Stoller Notes) First Edition

Stoller’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine: The Hip Package, includes: Print Book Hours of never-before-released videos of Dr. Stoller’s lecture slides with accompanying narration The full text in ebook format with enhanced navigation ‘Stoller Notes’ that will provide a deeper dive into the material A powerful search tool that pulls results …

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Stoller’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine: The Knee: Includes Stoller Lecture Videos and Stoller Notes First Edition

View the knee like never before with this outstanding multimedia learning tool from a world-renowned expert! Stoller’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine: The Knee is now available and includes Stoller lecture videos, “Stoller Notes,” plus much more. More than 25 years of trailblazing knee research and clinical experience are combined into one …

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3-2a Carcinogenesis Part 1

CARCINOGENESIS I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A. Cancer formation is initiated by damage to DNA of stem cells. The damage overcomes DNA repair mechanisms, but is not lethal. i. Carcinogens are agents that damage DNA, increasing the risk for cancer. Important carcinogens include chemicals, oncogenic viruses, and radial ion (Table 3.2). B. …

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3-3b Carcinogenesis Part 2

CARCINOGENESIS I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A. Cancer formation is initiated by damage to DNA of stem cells. The damage overcomes DNA repair mechanisms, but is not lethal. i. Carcinogens are agents that damage DNA, increasing the risk for cancer. Important carcinogens include chemicals, oncogenic viruses, and radial ion (Table 3.2). B. …

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3-4c Carcinogenesis part 3

CARCINOGENESIS I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A. Cancer formation is initiated by damage to DNA of stem cells. The damage overcomes DNA repair mechanisms, but is not lethal. i. Carcinogens are agents that damage DNA, increasing the risk for cancer. Important carcinogens include chemicals, oncogenic viruses, and radial ion (Table 3.2). B. …

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3-6 Clinical Characteristics

NEOPLASIA I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A. Neoplasia is new I issue growth that is unregulated, irreversible, and monoclonal; these features distinguish it from hyperplasia and repair. B. Monoclonal means that the neoplastic cells are derived from a single mother cell. C. Qonality can be determined by glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) enzyme iso …

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1-3 Cell Death

GROWTH ADAPTATIONS I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A. An organ is in homeostasis with the physiologic stress placed oil it. B. An increase, decrease, or change in stress on an organ can result in growth adaptations. II, HYPERPLASIA AND HYPERTROPHY A. An increase in stress leads to an increase in organ size. …

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1-4 Free Radical Injury

GROWTH ADAPTATIONS I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A. An organ is in homeostasis with the physiologic stress placed oil it. B. An increase, decrease, or change in stress on an organ can result in growth adaptations. II, HYPERPLASIA AND HYPERTROPHY A. An increase in stress leads to an increase in organ size. …

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1-5 Amyloidosis

GROWTH ADAPTATIONS I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A. An organ is in homeostasis with the physiologic stress placed oil it. B. An increase, decrease, or change in stress on an organ can result in growth adaptations. II, HYPERPLASIA AND HYPERTROPHY A. An increase in stress leads to an increase in organ size. …

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