Dermatological Diseases Of The Nose And Ears

Author: Can Baykal
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783642015595
Size: 47.32 MB
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"Dermatological Diseases of the Nose and Ears" gives comprehensive information about the lesions of these regions. It contains high quality original clinical pictures, which make the diagnosis easier in this important aspect of clinical dermatological practice. All diseases involving the nose and ears are discussed separately with a clinical differential diagnostic approach. As a result approximately 600 different diseases are addressed in the book. In clinical practice, physicians may observe lesions of the nose or ear only. After identifying the elementary lesion, the clinician can more easily uncover the diagnosis of a local or disseminated or systemic disease with the help of this book. Furthermore, this color illustrated book guides the reader to the diagnosis of the prevalent skin tumors frequently involving these localizations, addressing an important health care problem.

On The Nose

Author: Hans Florine
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 149302499X
Size: 48.63 MB
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The Nose is the most famous rock climb on earth, tracing the 3,000-foot prow of the granite formation known as El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Climbers didn’t figure out how to scale it until 1958— five years after Everest. In 1989, a young climber named Hans Florine attempted to ascend the Nose, an effort that took him 46 hours. He would go on to climb it an unprecedented 101 times (and counting) and whittle his total effort down to a mere 2.5 hours—a feat that has no parallel in modern outdoor sport. Florine’s story is at once an audacious adventure that spans nearly three decades, providing a rare look inside the adrenaline-charged world of big-wall climbing in Yosemite Valley, and a testament to the power of persistence.

Reflexology On The Bridge Of The Nose

Author: Ewald Kliegel
Publisher: Ewald Kliegel
Size: 20.15 MB
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The skin on the outsides of the sensory organs on the head have special somatotopic qualities. The ears may be the best known of these systems, but the bridge of the nose can be used as well for treatments. These reflexology points can be treated with acupuncture needles for functional disorders and painful conditions of the associated organs. In addition to these reflexology zones have also a meaning in cosmetics because they show that an organ is momentarily subjected to high stress. Pimples, blemished skin or recurring skin disorders may be regarded as signs for such an overload. One of the authors, who rendered outstanding researches to this largely unknown somatotope is undoubtedly the German physician and dentist Dr . Jochen Gleditsch. Dear friends of reflexology, thank you for your interest in my reflexology charts which have proven their effectiveness in nearly three decades. The charts of the »maps of health« represent the organs as icons. This offers a symbolic language which allows an orientation at a glance in all reflexology systems. The reflexology charts with their descriptive illustrations provide you with a useful aid for your treatments. Additionally you can use the result sheets for documentation of your experiences Joy and success with reflexology ! Ewald Kliegel

Remaking The World The Nose On The Back Of My Head

Author: Dr. If
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1937630013
Size: 16.63 MB
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Children's poet. "Dr IF". Book series: 'Remaking' the World. Kids love to "change things" (parents, animals, body parts) but the final stanzas prove it's all OK as is, a bit like the "Midas Touch." Kids will receive replies in verse when writing to: [email protected] This is the first in series and includes "ME stories" with fanciful changes in design of eyes, ears, legs, nose, etc. in humorous verse and superb color illustrations: Others titles are about: Family Stories, “My Brother’s Pants Don’t Fit Me;” Farm Animal Stories, “Pardon my Turkey;” Wild Animal Stories, “Hold That Hug,” etc. Content stimulates discussion and learning about a kid's world. Real author: Gordon Ralph, Graduate: U of Chicago Law School. Loves kids and writing "iambic pentameter" imaginative verse. Illustrator is talented and credentialed artist. Funny for adults and kids alike. Try the first book and you will want them all as soon as they are available. Part of proceeds to children's charities like Give Kids the World, located near Disney in Florida, a top rated children's charity.

On The Nose

Author: Robert Favretto
Publisher: Elaine Ouston Author - Publisher
ISBN: 9780987543479
Size: 33.37 MB
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Justin Credible is a real live Pinocchio with a keen sense of smell. Trained as a super sleuth for the DNA (Department of Nasal Affairs), he is often called upon at the first sniff of trouble.With a nose for those hard to crack smelly cases, it's no surprise when Justin responds to an urgent call for help. Someone or something has dropped a stink bomb in the city of Aroma - and the stench is devastating!Gardens are wilting, birds are dropping out of the sky, and the residents are leaving in droves!With sleuth-like determination, Justin follows his nose to solve the mystery of the phantom smell before it wipes Aroma off the map! On the Nose is a fun and entertaining read that I'm sure would be enjoyed by young boys. This story is along the same lines as the Just books and Captain Underpants series: crazy, funny and really silly -everything a young boy loves in a book. About the AuthorRobert is a primary school teacher and Victorian based writer of children's fiction. His previous publishing credits include Leonardo's Spot of Trouble (Blake Education), Lost for Words (Limelight Press) and winning first prize in the Victorian School News Tickler of a Teacher Tale competition. He has completed a Diploma of Professional Children's Writing and has presented writing workshops for primary school aged children and the Hastings Literacy Festival. Robert's latest book is CAT-astrophe.

Logan Turner S Diseases Of The Nose Throat And Ear

Author: John P. Stewart
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483195597
Size: 69.41 MB
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Logan Turner's Diseases of the Nose, Throat, and Ear, Sixth Edition elaborates the treatment of malignant disease of the larynx and ear. This book covers relevant topics, including sulfa drugs and antibiotics, peroral endoscopy, and affections of the paranasal sinuses. Organized into 43 chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the functions of the larynx that vary in significance, including protection of the lungs, phonation, fixation of the chest, and a channel for respiration. This text then explores the various processes of examination of the cavities of the nose. Other chapters consider the deformity called saddle nose, which consists in a sinking-in of the dorsum of the nose. This book discusses as well the examination of chronic catarrh of the middle ear. The final chapter deals with the congenital defects of the labyrinth, which are responsible for the condition known as sporadic congenital deaf-mutism. This book is a valuable resource for clinicians.

The Nose

Author: Gabrielle Glaser
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780671038649
Size: 58.63 MB
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Charts the significance and impact of the human nose across different cultures throughout history, identifying its place in anthropology, art, health, sex, science, and other fields while considering its role in big business, from plastic surgery to allergies. Reprint.

The Nose Of San Januarius

Author: Frank Palescandolo
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595190952
Size: 15.22 MB
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Missing! A grave international crisis! The newly appointed ambassador to Italy, the Italian American Giuseppe DeSantis never debarked from the ocean liner at Naples. Helicopters from the Mediterranean fleet are searching adjacent waters. American intelligence is alerted, the CIA in full force in Italy, the bay of Naples is being dragged for a body that may have staggered overboard. Theories abound in the I1 Mattino: he is a captive of the Cammora, the Red Brigade is holding him for political ransom, he is a pawn between the two rival parties in Italy, etc. A special mass is being said by the Archbishop of Naples for the safety of the Ambassador and comfort of his family, now gathered in Naples. THE NOSE OF SAN JANUARIUS tells the story of an Italian immigrant who makes it big in America. He is a prominent builder (an Iacocca figure); deep in politics and charities, and married to a Wasp woman who bore him three children. During a crisis in his life, when he is an alcoholic and suicidal, he is offered the Ambassadorship to Italy, his homeland, that expelled an orphaned eight-year-old to labor for his bread in a friendless country. The once ragged eight year old immigrant from Southern Italy, millionaire road builder, would save Venice and its moldering Carrara only if allowed to sink Naples forever, that dark dispatcher of dreams. Confidentially, he is an alcoholic and suicidal unconsciously bowing to an urge to seek a healing of his split psyche in a motherland which divided him, or better to be found dead on his mother’s unmarked grave of red poppies. What follows in confessional and revelatory episodes induced by a Magus, monk Abbot Batorian to save his own soul, leads instead to a healing and gaining of insight for the Amassador Giuseppe DeSantis, that takes place in and about a monastery, and reconciliation with his wife and children—and himself. A wholeness of his psyche.