MathsLinks is an engaging new series that delivers the new KS3 specification in a manageable, practical format. It offers many flexible ways to achieve learning and skills objectives, including unique electronic support through new OxBox technology. (Answers are in the Teacher's Guide).
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Diagnostic Ultrastructural Pathology, Volumes II & III, presents individual problem-based cases in a well-illustrated format, using numerous electron micrographs to convey appropriate & necessary visual information for the diagnosis of human disease. The format facilitates the teaching of the case approach for diagnostic ultrastructural pathology using clinical-ultrastructural-pathologic correlation. These guides illustrate key reasoning processes that physicians use to resolve individual clinical problems through the use of electron microscopy. The material is useful to a wide variety of physicians & students of medicine, structure, & disease at various levels of training, as well as in the training of & operational use by technical support staff. The two volumes include a total of 50 cases & a procedural guide for the ultrastructural pathology laboratory. The cases were selected using four principal criteria: (1) classic cases, which are diagnosed readily by light microscopy to facilitate the electron microscopic diagnosis of less classic cases; (2) diagnostic cases, for which ultrastructural analysis is essential for diagnosis; (3) supportive cases, where either the light or the electron microscopic diagnosis is supportive, & thus confirmatory, of the other; & (4) new facts cases, which establish new knowledge regarding the pathogenesis of disease using electron microscopy as the investigative modality. The 50 cases are grouped anatomically in four major categories. Volume II contains the sections on the respiratory & nervous systems, & Volume III presents the cases dealing with the endocrine & hematopoietic systems. Each section is preceded by introductory remarks. Each case cites relevant, classic, anatomic pathology papers & related research papers. These volumes also include multiple functional indices, providing ready access to the material from several starting points. There are separate indices for presenting symptoms, differential diagnostic groups, ultrastructural pathology criteria, & final diagnostic categories. As a valuable resource & guide, Diagnostic Ultrastructural Pathology, Volumes II & III, is an excellent, high-quality addition to the field of diagnostic pathology.
Mike and Pinky live in a pond with Mother Turtle, Father Turtle, and all of their woodland friends. But when bulldozers come and build over their home, the two young turtles (Mike and Pinky) must find a new place to live. Along the way, they learn the meaning of cooperation, self-reliance, and friendship. For children at ages 3-10 . "The story has an important message about the impact of industrialization on the environment while still maintaining an appropriately light atmosphere for young children. Finally, the ultimate lesson - home is where love resides - is a timeless message that remains important today." Tania Staley for Readers' Favorite
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