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The Atlas of Emergency Medicine, 5e [electronic resource]

Knoop, Kevin J.

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개인저자Knoop Kevin J.ed.
Stack Lawrence B.ed.
Storrow Alan B.ed.
Thurman R. Jasoned.
서명/저자사항The Atlas of Emergency Medicine, 5e[electronic resource] /Kevin J. Knoop, Lawrence B. Stack, Alan B. Storrow, R. Jason Thurman.
발행사항New York, N.Y. :AccessMedicine,c2021.
형태사항1 online resource :ill., figs., tables.
총서사항McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine
총서부출표목McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine.
부분표제The Atlas of Emergency Medicine, Fifth Edition
기타형태 저록Online version:The Atlas of Emergency Medicine.Fifth Edition.New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill Education LLC.,2021.(OCoLC)1145903874.9781260134957
ISBN9781260134940 (print-ISBN)
1260134946 (print-ISBN)
9781260134957 (e-ISBN)
1260134954 (e-ISBN)
서지주기Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
내용주기Part 1: Head and Facial Trauma -- 1-01: Scalp Laceration -- 1-02: Depressed Skull Fracture -- 1-03: Frontal Sinus Fracture -- 1-04: Basilar Skull Fracture -- 1-05: Herniation Syndromes -- 1-06: Nasal Injuries -- 1-07: Zygoma Fractures -- 1-08: Lefort Facial Fractures -- 1-09: Orbital Wall Fractures -- 1-10: Traumatic Exophthalmos -- 1-11: Mandibular Fractures -- 1-12: External Ear Injuries -- 1-13: Facial Nerve Injury -- 1-14: Penetrating Facial Trauma -- Part 2: Ophthalmic Conditions -- 2-01: Pallor/Anemia -- 2-02: Osteogenesis Imperfecta -- 2-03: Conjunctival Icterus -- 2-04: Neonatal Conjunctivitis (Ophthalmia Neonatorum) -- 2-05: Bacterial Conjunctivitis -- 2-06: Viral Conjunctivitis -- 2-07: Allergic Conjunctivitis -- 2-08: Irritant/Chemical Conjunctivitis -- 2-09: Dacryocystitis -- 2-10: Dacryoadenitis -- 2-11: Pterygium/Pinguecula -- 2-12: Corneal Hydrops -- 2-13: Leukocoria/Cataract -- 2-14: Hordeolum/Chalazion -- 2-15: Scleritis -- 2-16: Episcleritis -- 2-17: Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma -- 2-18: Anterior Uveitis (Iritis) -- 2-19: Endophthalmitis -- 2-20: Sympathetic Ophthalmia -- 2-21: Anisocoria -- 2-22: Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus -- 2-23: Ocular Herpes Simplex -- 2-24: Corneal Ulcer -- 2-25: Afferent Pupillary Defect -- 2-26: Thyroid Eye Disease -- 2-27: Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia (INO) -- 2-28: Horner Syndrome -- 2-29: Myasthenia Gravis -- 2-30: Third-Nerve Palsy -- 2-31: Sixth-Nerve Palsy -- Part 3: Funduscopic Findings -- 3-01: Normal Fundus -- 3-02: Age-Related Macular Degeneration -- 3-03: Exudate -- 3-04: Roth Spots -- 3-05: Emboli -- 3-06: Central Retinal Artery Occlusion -- 3-07: Central Retinal Vein Occlusion -- 3-08: Hypertensive Retinopathy -- 3-09: Diabetic Retinopathy -- 3-10: Vitreous Hemorrhage -- 3-11: Retinal Detachment -- 3-12: Cytomegalovirus Retinitis -- 3-13: Papilledema -- 3-14: Optic Neuritis -- 3-15: Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy -- 3-16: Glaucoma -- 3-17: Subhyaloid Hemorrhage in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage -- Part 4: Ophthalmic Trauma -- 4-01: Corneal Abrasion -- 4-02: Subconjunctival Hemorrhage -- 4-03: Corneal Foreign Body/Rust Ring -- 4-04: Hyphema -- 4-05: Intraocular Foreign Body -- 4-06: Iridodialysis -- 4-07: Lens Dislocation -- 4-08: Penetrating Globe Injury -- 4-09: Globe Rupture -- 4-10: Traumatic Cataract -- 4-11: Eyelid Laceration -- 4-12: Impaled Foreign Body -- 4-13: Chemical Exposure -- Part 5: Ear, Nose, and Throat Conditions -- 5-01: Otitis Media -- 5-02: Bullous Myringitis -- 5-03: Cholesteatoma -- 5-04: Exostosis -- 5-05: Tympanic Membrane Perforation -- 5-06: Otitis Externa -- 5-07: Preauricular Sinus Abscess -- 5-08: Mastoiditis -- 5-09: Auricular Perichondritis -- 5-10: Herpes Zoster Oticus (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome) -- 5-11: Facial Nerve Palsy -- 5-12: Angioedema -- 5-13: Pharyngitis -- 5-14: Nasal Septal Conditions -- 5-15: Nasal Cellulitis -- 5-16: Diphtheria -- 5-17: Peritonsillar Abscess -- 5-18: Epiglottitis -- 5-19: Uvulitis -- 5-20: Sialoadenitis -- 5-21: Mucocele -- 5-22: Acute Sinusitis -- Part 6: Oral Conditions -- 6-01: Tooth Subluxation -- 6-02: Tooth Impaction (Intrusive Luxation) -- 6-03: Tooth Avulsion -- 6-04: Tooth Fractures -- 6-05: Alveolar Ridge Fracture -- 6-06: Temporal Mandibular Joint Dislocation -- 6-07: Tongue Laceration -- 6-08: Vermilion Border Lip Laceration -- 6-09: Gingival Abscess (Periodontal Abscess) -- 6-10: Periapical Abscess -- 6-11: Pericoronal Abscess -- 6-12: Hard Palate Abscess -- 6-13: Buccal Space Abscess -- 6-14: Canine Space Abscess -- 6-15: Ludwig Angina -- 6-16: Parapharyngeal Space Abscess -- 6-17: Trench Mouth (Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis) -- 6-18: Acid Tooth Erosion (Bulimia) -- 6-19: Thrush (Oral Candidiasis) -- 6-20: Oral Herpes Simplex Virus (Cold Sores) -- 6-21: Aphthous Ulcers (Canker Sores) -- 6-22: Strawberry Tongue -- 6-23: Black Hairy Tongue -- 6-24: Oral Exostoses -- 6-25: Gingival Hyperplasia -- 6-26: Oral Malignancies -- 6-27: Extravascular (Hemorrhagic) Oral Lesions -- 6-28: Methamphetamine-Induced Caries -- 6-29: Oral Cavity Piercing Complications -- Part 7: Chest and Abdomen -- 7-01: Traumatic Asphyxia -- 7-02: Flail Chest -- 7-03: Lung Herniation -- 7-04: Sternoclavicular Dislocation -- 7-05: Clavicle Fracture -- 7-06: Tension Pneumothorax with Needle Thoracentesis -- 7-07: Cardiac Tamponade with Pericardiocentesis -- 7-08: Emergency Department Thoracotomy -- 7-09: Seat Belt Injury -- 7-10: Grey Turner Sign and Cullen Sign -- 7-11: Impaled Foreign Body -- 7-12: Abdominal Evisceration -- 7-13: Traumatic Abdominal Hernia -- 7-14: Pelvic Fracture -- 7-15: Respiratory Retractions -- 7-16: Superior Vena Cava Syndrome -- 7-17: Supraclavicular Adenopathy -- 7-18: Jugulovenous Distension -- 7-19: Caput Medusae -- 7-20: Abdominal Hernias -- 7-21: Umbilical Hernia -- 7-22: Patent Urachal Duct -- 7-23: Sister Mary Joseph Node (Nodular Umbilicus) -- 7-24: Abdominal Distension -- 7-25: Abdominal Wall Hematoma -- 7-26: Pectus Deformities -- 7-27: Stoma Prolapse -- 7-28: Prune Belly (Eagle-Barrett) Syndrome -- 7-29: Sternoclavicular Joint Septic Arthritis -- 7-30: Breast Mass -- Part 8: Urologic Conditions -- 8-01: Testicular Torsion -- 8-02: Torsion of a Testicular or Epididymal Appendix -- 8-03: Acute Epididymitis -- 8-04: Orchitis -- 8-05: Hydrocele -- 8-06: Pyocele -- 8-07: Testicular Tumor -- 8-08: Scrotal Abscess -- 8-09: Fournier Gangrene -- 8-10: Paraphimosis -- 8-11: Priapism -- 8-12: Urethral Rupture -- 8-13: Fracture of the Penis -- 8-14: Penile Tourniquet -- 8-15: Straddle Injury -- 8-16: Balanoposthitis -- 8-17: Penile Zipper Injury -- 8-18: Varicocele -- 8-19: Penile Implant Complications -- Part 9: Sexually Transmitted Infections and Anorectal Conditions -- 9-01: Syphilis -- 9-02: Gonorrhea -- 9-03: Chlamydia -- 9-04: Genital Herpes -- 9-05: Lymphogranuloma Venereum -- 9-06: Chancroid -- 9-07: Condyloma Acuminata (Genital Warts) -- 9-08: Pediculosis Pubis -- 9-09: Anal Fissure -- 9-10: Anorectal Abscess -- 9-11: Hemorrhoids -- 9-12: Rectal Prolapse -- 9-13: Pilonidal Abscess -- 9-14: Rectal Foreign Body -- 9-15: Rectal Cancer -- Part 10: Gynecologic and Obstetric Conditions -- 10-01: Vaginitis -- 10-02: Cervical Polyps -- 10-03: Bartholin Gland Abscess -- 10-04: Spontaneous Abortion -- 10-05: Genital Trauma and Sexual Assault -- 10-06: Vulvar Hematoma -- 10-07: Lichen Sclerosus -- 10-08: Lichen Planus -- 10-09: Cervical Cancer -- 10-10: Vulvar Cancer -- 10-11: Urethral Prolapse -- 10-12: Uterine Prolapse -- 10-13: Cystocele -- 10-14: Rectocele -- 10-15: Imperforate Hymen -- 10-16: Ectopic Pregnancy -- 10-17: Molar Pregnancy (Hydatidiform Mole) -- 10-18: Failed Intrauterine Pregnancy -- 10-19: Third-Trimester Blunt Abdominal Trauma -- 10-20: Emergency Delivery: Normal Vertex Delivery Sequence -- 10-21: Breech Delivery -- 10-22: Umbilical Cord Prolapse in Emergency Delivery -- 10-23: Shoulder Dystocia in Emergency Delivery -- 10-24: Postpartum Perineal Lacerations -- 10-25: Intrauterine Fetal Demise -- 10-26: Postoperative Complications of Cesarean Section -- Part 11: Extremity Trauma -- 11-01: Acromioclavicular Joint Separation -- 11-02: Shoulder Dislocation -- 11-03: Elbow Fractures -- 11-04: Elbow Dislocation -- 11-05: Biceps Tendon Rupture -- 11-06: Forearm Fractures -- 11-07: Fractures of the Distal Radius -- 11-08: Carpal and Carpometacarpal Dislocations -- 11-09: Scaphoid Fracture -- 11-10: Clenched Fist Injury (Fight Bite) -- 11-11: Boxer's Fracture -- 11-12: Peripheral Nerve Injury -- 11-13: Bennett and Rolando Fractures -- 11-14: Boutonnie?re and Swan-Neck Deformities -- 11-15: Gamekeeper's Thumb (Skier's Thumb) -- 11-16: Phalangeal Dislocations -- 11-17: Mallet Finger and Jersey Finger -- 11-18: Compartment Syndrome -- 11-19: High-Pressure Injection Injury -- 11-20: Subungual Hematoma -- 11-21: Hip Dislocation -- 11-22: Hip Fracture -- 11-23: Knee Extensor Injuries -- 11-24: Patellar Dislocations -- 11-25: Knee Dislocation -- 11-26: Femur Fracture -- 11-27: Tibial-Fibular Fractures --
11-28: Fracture Blisters -- 11-29: Achilles Tendon Rupture -- 11-30: Ankle Dislocation -- 11-31: Ankle Fracture -- 11-32: Ankle Sprain -- 11-33: Calcaneus Fracture -- 11-34: Fractures of the Fifth Metatarsal Base -- 11-35: Lisfranc Fracture-Dislocation -- 11-36: Amputations -- Part 12: Extremity Conditions -- 12-01: Cellulitis -- 12-02: Felon -- 12-03: Gangrene -- 12-04: Gas Gangrene (Myonecrosis) -- 12-05: Necrotizing Fasciitis -- 12-06: Ingrown Toenail (Onychocryptosis) -- 12-07: Lymphangitis -- 12-08: Lymphedema -- 12-09: Olecranon and Prepatellar Bursitis -- 12-10: Palmar Space Infection -- 12-11: Tenosynovitis -- 12-12: Thrombophlebitis -- 12-13: Paronychia -- 12-14: Subclavian Vein Thrombosis -- 12-15: Cervical Radiculopathy -- 12-16: Digital Clubbing -- 12-17: Phlegmasia Dolens -- 12-18: Deep Venous Thrombosis -- 12-19: Dupuytren Contracture -- 12-20: Achilles Tendonitis -- 12-21: Ganglion (Synovial) Cyst -- 12-22: Raynaud Disease -- 12-23: Arterial Embolus -- 12-24: Morel-Lavalle?e Lesion -- 12-25: Contrast Extravasation -- 12-26: Legg-Calve?-Perthes Disease -- 12-27: Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis -- Part 13: Cutaneous Conditions -- 13-01: Stevens-Johnson Syndrome/Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis -- 13-02: Erythema Multiforme -- 13-03: Drug Eruptions -- 13-04: Fixed Drug Eruption -- 13-05: Autoimmune Bullous Diseases -- 13-06: Immune Thrombocytopenia -- 13-07: Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura -- 13-08: Infective Endocarditis -- 13-09: Erysipelas -- 13-10: Erythema Migrans -- 13-11: Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever -- 13-12: Disseminated Gonococcus -- 13-13: Ecthyma Gangrenosum -- 13-14: Nongenital Herpes Simplex Infections -- 13-15: Herpes Zoster -- 13-16: Scabies -- 13-17: Hidradenitis Suppurativa -- 13-18: Dissecting Cellulitis of the Scalp -- 13-19: Livedo Reticularis -- 13-20: Cutaneous Small-Vessel Vasculitis -- 13-21: Sweet Syndrome -- 13-22: Pyoderma Gangrenosum -- 13-23: Erythema Nodosum -- 13-24: Squamous Cell Carcinoma -- 13-25: Basal Cell Carcinoma -- 13-26: Melanoma -- 13-27: Urticaria And Dermatographism -- 13-28: Allergic Contact Dermatitis -- 13-29: Atopic Dermatitis -- 13-30: Nummular/Xerotic Eczema -- 13-31: Dyshidrotic Eczema -- 13-32: Id Reaction (Disseminated Eczema) -- 13-33: Lip Licker's Dermatitis -- 13-34: Dermatophyte Infections -- 13-35: Tinea (Pityriasis) Versicolor -- 13-36: Onychomycosis -- 13-37: Intertrigo -- 13-38: Hot Tub Folliculitis/Pseudomonas Hot-Foot Syndrome -- 13-39: Pyogenic Granuloma -- 13-40: Seborrheic Dermatitis -- 13-41: Psoriasis -- 13-42: Pityriasis Rosea -- 13-43: Stasis Dermatitis -- 13-44: Uremic Frost -- 13-45: Jaundice -- 13-46: Porphyria Cutanea Tarda -- 13-47: Vitiligo -- 13-48: Melasma -- 13-49: Abdominal Striae (Striae Atrophicae) -- Part 14: Pediatric Conditions -- 14-01: Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum (Newborn Conditions) -- 14-02: Salmon Patches (Nevus Simplex) -- 14-03: Neonatal Jaundice -- 14-04: Neonatal Milk Production (Witch's Milk) -- 14-05: Neonatal Mastitis -- 14-06: Umbilical Granuloma -- 14-07: Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis -- 14-08: Intestinal Malrotation with Volvulus -- 14-09: Erythema Infectiosum (Fifth Disease) (Rashes and Lesions) -- 14-10: Roseola Infantum (Exanthem Subitum) -- 14-11: Impetigo -- 14-12: Measles -- 14-13: Varicella (Chickenpox) -- 14-14: Herpes Zoster -- 14-15: Hand, Foot, And Mouth Syndrome -- 14-16: Cold Panniculitis (Popsicle Panniculitis) -- 14-17: Herpetic Gingivostomatitis -- 14-18: Meningococcemia -- 14-19: Summer Penile Syndrome -- 14-20: Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome -- 14-21: Scarlet Fever (Scarlatina) -- 14-22: Blistering Distal Dactylitis -- 14-23: Henoch-Scho?nlein Purpura (Iga Vasculitis) -- 14-24: Serum Sickness-Like Reaction -- 14-25: Superficial (Strawberry) Hemangioma -- 14-26: Orbital and Preseptal (Periorbital) Cellulitis -- 14-27: Branchial Cleft Cyst -- 14-28: Thyroglossal Duct Cyst -- 14-29: Cystic Hygroma -- 14-30: Cat-Scratch Disease -- 14-31: Epiglottitis (General Conditions) -- 14-32: Retropharyngeal Abscess -- 14-33: Button (Disk) Battery Ingestion -- 14-34: Nasal Foreign Body -- 14-35: Membranous (Bacterial) Tracheitis -- 14-36: Dactylitis (Hand-Foot Syndrome) -- 14-37: Hair Tourniquet -- 14-38: Failure To Thrive -- 14-39: Nursing Bottle Caries -- 14-40: Nursemaid's Elbow (Radial Head Subluxation) -- 14-41: Ileocolic Intussusception -- 14-42: Hydrocele of the Testis -- 14-43: Inguinal Hernia -- 14-44: Pinworm Infection (Enterobiasis) -- 14-45: Lice -- 14-46: Oral Frenulum Tear -- 14-47: Oculogyric Crisis -- 14-48: Setting-Sun Phenomenon (Sundowning) -- 14-49: Kawasaki Disease -- Part 15: Child Abuse -- 15-01: External Findings (Physical Abuse) -- 15-02: Abusive Head Trauma -- 15-03: Skeletal Findings -- 15-04: Visceral Findings -- 15-05: Child Sexual Abuse Exam and Genital Findings (Sexual Abuse) -- 15-06: Injuries and Findings Indicative of Genital or Anal Trauma, Abuse, or Infection -- 15-07: Mimics of Abuse: Accidental Trauma -- 15-08: Mimics of Abuse: Medical Conditions -- Part 16: Environmental Conditions -- 16-01: High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema -- 16-02: High-Altitude Retinal Hemorrhage -- 16-03: High-Altitude Cerebral Edema -- 16-04: Hypothermia -- 16-05: Frostbite -- 16-06: Pernio -- 16-07: Immersion Injury (Trench Foot) -- 16-08: Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure -- 16-09: Lightning Injuries -- 16-10: Large Terrestrial Animal Attacks -- 16-11: Coral Snake Envenomation -- 16-12: Pit Viper Envenomation -- 16-13: Tropical Snake Envenomations -- 16-14: Gila Monster Envenomation -- 16-15: Black Widow Spider Envenomation -- 16-16: Brown Recluse Spider Envenomation -- 16-17: Scorpion Envenomation -- 16-18: Ticks -- 16-19: Hymenoptera Envenomation -- 16-20: Caterpillar, Mite, and Centipede Envenomation -- 16-21: Skeeter Syndrome -- 16-22: Middle Ear Squeeze -- 16-23: Mask Squeeze -- 16-24: Stingray Envenomation -- 16-25: Sea Urchin Envenomation -- 16-26: Coelenterate Envenomation -- 16-27: Marine Dermatitis -- 16-28: Scorpionfish Sting -- 16-29: Cone Snail Envenomation -- 16-30: Sea Snake Envenomation -- 16-31: Cephalopod Envenomation -- 16-32: Erysipeloid -- 16-33: Toxicodendron and Other Plant Exposures -- 16-34: Sporotrichosis -- Part 17: Toxicological Conditions -- 17-01: Amphetamine Toxicity -- 17-02: Designer Drugs: "Bath Salts" and "Spice" -- 17-03: Cocaine Toxicity -- 17-04: Levamisole-Induced Vasculitis -- 17-05: Anticholinergic (Antimuscarinic) Toxidrome -- 17-06: Cholinergic Toxidrome -- 17-07: Opioid Toxicity -- 17-08: Desomorphine (Krokodil) -- 17-09: Acetaminophen Poisoning -- 17-10: Salicylate Poisoning -- 17-11: Toxic Alcohol Ingestion -- 17-12: Tricyclic Antidepressant Poisoning -- 17-13: Poisoning by 棺-Blocker and Calcium Channel Blocker Agents -- 17-14: Inhalant Abuse -- 17-15: Methemoglobinemia -- 17-16: Cellular Asphyxiants -- 17-17: Vancomycin-Induced Red Man Syndrome -- 17-18: Botulism -- 17-19: Anticoagulants -- 17-20: Caustic Ingestion -- 17-21: Hydrofluoric Acid Burns -- 17-22: Arsenic Poisoning -- 17-23: Iron Poisoning -- 17-24: Lead Poisoning -- 17-25: Mercury Poisoning -- 17-26: Mushroom Ingestion -- 17-27: Cardiac Glycoside Plant Ingestion -- 17-28: Houseplants with Calcium Oxalate Crystals -- 17-29: Plants with Belladonna Alkaloids -- 17-30: Peyote Ingestion -- 17-31: Toxalbumin Ingestion -- 17-32: Pokeweed -- Part 18: Wounds and Soft-Tissue Injuries -- 18-01: Wound Cleaning and Irrigation -- 18-02: Wound Assessment -- 18-03: Wound Foreign Bodies -- 18-04: Traumatic Wounds -- 18-05: Ear Lacerations -- 18-06: Lip Lacerations -- 18-07: Tendon Lacerations -- 18-08: Animal Bite Wounds -- 18-09: Fishhook Injuries -- 18-10: Simple Wound Closures -- 18-11: Complex Wound Closures -- 18-12: Wound Care Complications -- 18-13: Burns -- 18-14: Electrical Injury -- 18-15: Decubitus Ulcers -- Part 19: Clinical Forensic Medicine -- 19-01: Gunshot Wounds -- 19-02: Pattern Injuries of Domestic Violence, Assault, and Abuse -- 19-03: Sharp-Force-Pattern Injuries -- 19-04: Blunt-Force
Pattern Injuries -- 19-05: Strangulation Injuries -- 19-06: Thermal-Pattern Injuries -- Part 20: HIV Conditions -- 20-01: Primary HIV Infection -- 20-02: Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS) -- 20-03: Oral Hairy Leukoplakia -- 20-04: Candidiasis Associated with HIV -- 20-05: Kaposi Sarcoma -- 20-06: Toxoplasma Gondii Infection -- 20-07: Pneumocystis -- 20-08: Cryptococcal Infections -- 20-09: Histoplasmosis -- 20-10: Cytomegalovirus Infections -- 20-11: Herpes Zoster -- 20-12: Eosinophilic Folliculitis -- 20-13: Herpes Simplex Virus -- 20-14: Scabies -- 20-15: Molluscum Contagiosum -- 20-16: Dermatophyte (Tinea) Infections -- 20-17: Thrombocytopenia -- 20-18: Drug Reactions -- 20-19: Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis -- Part 21: Tropical Medicine -- 21-01: Free-Living Ameba Infection -- 21-02: Anemia In The Tropics -- 21-03: Anthrax -- 21-04: Ascariasis -- 21-05: Chagas Disease -- 21-06: Cholera -- 21-07: Cutaneous Larva Migrans -- 21-08: Cysticercosis -- 21-09: Dengue Fever -- 21-10: Dracunculiasis -- 21-11: Elephantiasis -- 21-12: Epidemic Meningitis -- 21-13: Goiter -- 21-14: Hydatid Cyst -- 21-15: Leech Bites -- 21-16: Leishmaniasis -- 21-17: Leprosy -- 21-18: Leptospirosis -- 21-19: Malaria -- 21-20: Mumps -- 21-21: Mycetoma -- 21-22: Myiasis -- 21-23: Nontuberculosis Mycobacteria Infections -- 21-24: Protein-Energy Malnutrition-Kwashiorkor and Marasmus -- 21-25: Rabies -- 21-26: Schistosomiasis -- 21-27: Tetanus -- 21-28: Trachoma -- 21-29: Traditional Medicine in the Tropics -- 21-30: Tropical Sporotrichosis -- 21-31: Tuberculosis -- 21-32: Tungiasis -- 21-33: Zika Virus -- Part 22: Airway -- 22-01: Airway Maxim One -- 22-02: Airway Maxim Two -- 22-03: Airway Maxim Three -- 22-04: Airway Maxim Four -- 22-05: Airway Maxim Five -- 22-06: Laryngoscopic Orotracheal Intubation -- 22-07: Oropharynx And Airway Decontamination Strategies -- 22-08: Bougie-Assisted Intubation -- 22-09: Video-Assisted Intubation-Storz C-Mac -- 22-10: Video-Assisted Intubation-McGrath MAC EDL -- 22-11: Laryngeal Mask Airway (LMA) -- 22-12: Digital (Tactile) Intubation -- 22-13: Intubating Laryngeal Airway (ILA) -- 22-14: King Laryngeal Tube -- 22-15: Nasal Flexible Fiberoptic Intubation -- 22-16: Cricothyrotomy (Seldinger Technique) -- 22-17: Scalpel-Finger-Bougie Cricothyrotomy -- Part 23: ECG Abnormalities -- 23-01: Acute ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction -- 23-02: Acute Anterior Myocardial Infarction -- 23-03: Acute Inferior Myocardial Infarction -- 23-04: Acute Right Ventricular Myocardial Infarction -- 23-05: Acute Posterior Myocardial Infarction -- 23-06: Left Main Lesion -- 23-07: Sgarbossa Criteria for AMI in Setting of LBBB -- 23-08: Subendocardial Ischemia -- 23-09: Hyperacute T Waves -- 23-10: Wellens Waves -- 23-11: Early Repolarization -- 23-12: Left Ventricular Aneurysm -- 23-13: Acute Pericarditis -- 23-14: First-Degree AV Block -- 23-15: Type 1 Second-Degree AV Block (Mobitz I, Wenckebach) -- 23-16: Type 2 Second-Degree AV Block (Mobitz II) -- 23-17: Third-Degree (Complete) AV Block -- 23-18: QT Interval Abnormalities -- 23-19: Right Bundle Branch Block -- 23-20: Left Bundle Branch Block -- 23-21: Left Anterior Fascicular Block -- 23-22: Left Posterior Fascicular Block -- 23-23: Trifascicular Block -- 23-24: Ashman Phenomenon -- 23-25: Junctional Escape Rhythm -- 23-26: Ventricular Escape Rhythm -- 23-27: Paced Rhythm -- 23-28: Atrial Fibrillation -- 23-29: Atrial Flutter -- 23-30: Multifocal Atrial Tachycardia -- 23-31: Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT) -- 23-32: SVT With Aberrancy -- 23-33: Ventricular Tachycardia -- 23-34: Ventricular Flutter -- 23-35: Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia -- 23-36: Ventricular Fibrillation -- 23-37: Dextrocardia -- 23-38: Left Ventricular Hypertrophy -- 23-39: Right Ventricular Hypertrophy -- 23-40: Left Atrial Hypertrophy -- 23-41: Right Atrial Hypertrophy -- 23-42: Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy -- 23-43: Brugada Syndrome -- 23-44: Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome -- 23-45: Hypothermia -- 23-46: "Cerebral" T Waves -- 23-47: Hyperkalemia -- 23-48: Hypokalemia -- 23-49: Pulmonary Embolism -- 23-50: Pericardial Effusion -- 23-51: Digoxin Effect, Toxicity -- 23-52: Tricyclic Antidepressant Effect -- 23-53: Limb Lead Reversal -- 23-54: Low Voltage -- Part 24: Emergency Ultrasound -- 24-01: Emergency Ultrasound: Introduction -- 24-02: Trauma Ultrasound -- 24-03: Pericardial (Subxiphoid View) -- 24-04: Right Upper Quadrant (Morison's Pouch) -- 24-05: Left Upper Quadrant (Perisplenic View) -- 24-06: Suprapubic -- 24-07: Thorax (Right and Left) -- 24-08: Cardiac Ultrasound -- 24-09: Subxiphoid Cardiac (Subcostal View) -- 24-10: Parasternal Long-Axis View (PSLA) -- 24-11: Parasternal Short-Axis View (PSSA) -- 24-12: Apical Four-Chamber View (AP4) -- 24-13: Subxiphoid Long-Axis (IVC) -- 24-14: Lung Ultrasound -- 24-15: Abdominal Aorta Ultrasound -- 24-16: Deep Venous Thrombosis Ultrasound -- 24-17: Ultrasound-Guided Resuscitation -- 24-18: Gallbladder Ultrasound -- 24-19: Renal and Bladder Ultrasound -- 24-20: Pregnancy Ultrasound -- 24-21: Procedural Guidance: Ultrasound-Guided Venous Access -- 24-22: Procedural Guidance: Ultrasound-Guided Nerve Blocks -- 24-23: Procedural Guidance: Thoracentesis/Paracentesis -- 24-24: Ocular Ultrasound -- 24-25: Soft-Tissue Ultrasound -- Part 25: Microscopic Findings and Bodily Fluids -- 25-01: Urinalysis -- 25-02: Synovial Fluid Analysis -- 25-03: Gram Stain -- 25-04: Dark-Field Examination for Treponema Pallidum -- 25-05: Vaginal Fluid Wet Mount -- 25-06: Potassium Hydroxide Mount for Candida Albicans -- 25-07: Stool Examination for Fecal Leukocytes -- 25-08: Skin Scraping for Dermatoses and Infestations -- 25-09: Cerebrospinal Fluid Examination-India Ink Preparation for Cryptococcus Neoformans -- 25-10: Wright Stain-Thin Smear for Malaria -- 25-11: Ferning Pattern for Amniotic Fluid -- 25-12: Peripheral Blood Smear -- 25-13: Tape Test for Enterobius Vermicularis Eggs -- 25-14: Tzanck Preparation for Herpes Infection -- 25-15: Acid-Fast Stain for Mycobacterium -- 25-16: Stool -- 25-17: Emesis -- 25-18: Sputum -- 25-19: Urine -- 25-20: Synovial Fluid -- 25-21: Cerebral Spinal Fluid -- 25-22: Peritoneal Fluid -- 25-23: Blood -- Part 26: Rheumatologic Conditions -- 26-01: Gout -- 26-02: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus -- 26-03: Inflammatory Myopathies -- 26-04: Small-Vessel Vasculitis and Purpura -- 26-05: Rheumatoid Arthritis -- 26-06: Septic Arthritis -- 26-07: Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis -- 26-08: Acute Rheumatic Fever -- 26-09: Giant Cell Arteritis -- Part 27: Mental Health Conditions -- 27-01: Trichotillomania -- 27-02: Skin Picking Disorder (Neurotic Excoriations) -- 27-03: Self-Harm Behavior (Nonsuicidal and Suicidal Self-Harm) -- 27-04: Substance Use Disorders -- 27-05: Alcohol Use Disorder -- 27-06: Nicotine Use Disorder -- 27-07: Eating Disorders -- 27-08: Delusional Infestation.
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