The Bone and Mineral Manual incorporates the most up-to-date laboratory methods, techniques, and approaches for designing strategies and investigating the pathophysiology of bone and mineral metabolism. It presents information in a succinct format that allows practitioners to find the answers they need quickly and easily--even while the patient encouter is still in progress. This practical guide will become a frequent companion of endocriniologists, bone and mineral specialists, and nephrologists. Key Features * Brings together current bone and mineral metabolism methods in one easily accessible volume * Provides a quick reference for immediate handling of bone and mineral disorders * Presents information in bullets, highlights, tables, and decision trees rather than lengthy text * Addresses problems likely to be seen at all ages, from pre-term infant to the centenarian * Ideal for practicing physicians, residents and medical studentsA Practical Guide Michael Kleerekoper, Ethel S. Siris, Michael McClung ... and struvite are radio-dense while cystine is less dense. a#39; Uric acid stones are lucent and appear as a filling defect on IVP. - Staghorn stones fill renal pelvis and may beanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Bone and Mineral Manual|
|Author||:||Michael Kleerekoper, Ethel S. Siris, Michael McClung|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2012-12-02|