|Spring 2003||Volume XVIII, No. 2|
In this issue:
What’s New in Audiovisuals in the Library
guide to physical examination. The Barbara Bates physical examination
series is now available on DVD. On Closed Course Reserve,
request the DVD from circulation desk staff. The DVD
player is located in the AV room near open reserves.
gold castings. A step-by-step demonstration and discussion of each
procedure to produce long lasting restorations. Techniques are videotaped
with a head-mounted video camera.
slide collection on the rheumatic diseases. Over 800 clinical, pathologic,
radiologic and text slides from the American College of Rheumatology.
the code of life: the race to decode human DNA. Describes the race
to decode human DNA and raises questions of whether or not we may want
to know what's in our genes and whether decoding DNA will lead to cures.
and indirect gold restorations. Three patient demonstrations: 1.
preparation, impressions, temporization, cementation and finishing of
a cast gold MO inlay; 2. classic Ferrier type Class V gold foil restoration;
3. conservative Class V gold foil. The video image is identical to what
is seen through a head-mounted video camera.
examination of the adult. Head-to-toe examination of the child.
Head-to-toe examination of the neonate. Head-to-toe
examination of the older adult. Head-to-toe examination
of the pregnant woman. These five videos, designed to accompany Carolyn
Jarvis' book "Physical examination and health assessment," clearly
demonstrate the proper techniques for examining clients.
to toe: the role of primary care physicians in detecting skin cancer.
The purpose of this videotape program is to motivate primary care physicians
to (1) routinely examine their patients' skin for lesions that could be
skin cancer, and (2) learn how to diagnose and plan treatment for suspicious
of the human gait. Part I: the normal gait pattern viewed laterally.
Part II: the normal human gait pattern viewed anteriorly and posteriorly.
Part III: kinematic and kinetic analyses of the gait cycle.
pathology: a study guide in four volumes. Vol. 1: diseases that affect
the eyelid and conjunctiva. Vol. II: diseases of the cornea, iris, lens,
sclera, ciliary body, choroid, and sympathetic uveitis. Vol. III: diseases
that affect the retina, the optic nerve, and the orbit. Pathologic changes
in the eye due to trauma, surgery, vascular diseases, and congenital anomalies.
Vol. IV: tests recognition skills of the 275 histopathologic images featured
in Vols. I, II, and III.
gold: the epic story of blood. From superstition to science, from
bloodletting to synthetic plasma, this four-part series presents a history
of humankind's understanding of the liquid that pulses through its veins.
Based on the book "Blood" by Douglas Starr.
life: the humanity of anatomy. This title is a humanist exploration
of the unstated but powerful relationship between medical student dissectors
and their cadavers. It is a conversation crafted from interviews with
gross anatomy students, faculty, and a donor to the Willed Body Program
at the University of Texas Medical Branch.
atlas of human anatomy: internal organs. This tape features the thoracic,
abdominal and reproductive organs. Each organ is shown in its natural
location as well as in isolation, using a technique that enables the viewer
to see a 360 degree view of the true shape of the structure without the
distorting effects of gravity.
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