Physiology : An Illustrated Review
Dr. Bhetwal enjoys teaching with clinical applications of the Biochemical/Physiological concepts. He also enjoys writing integrated pathophysiology cases in collaboration with Dr. Thad Wilson (a professor of Physiology and author of a textbook of Physiology, Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews of Physiology).
Physiology : an illustrated review
Examples of different populations of ICC that exist within the GI tract are illustrated in the digital reconstructions of confocal images illustrated below. The loss of ICC that lie within the intermuscular plane of the small intestine (see confocal image on left) leads to a disruption in pacemaker activity and propagation of slow waves in the small intestine. An absence of intramuscular interstitial cells in the stomach (see image on right) leads to a loss of cholinergic and nitrergic neurotransmission of the stomach wall as well as a loss of stretch-dependent responses in the gastric musculature.
This fully revised new edition of the classic reference on domestic animal physiology provides detailed descriptions of animal function and dysfunction, with an emphasis on clinical relevance and pedagogical features to enhance learning
The Physiology of Physical Training provides complete coverage of the physiological and methodological aspects of physical training, providing essential knowledge for anyone involved in exercise physiology.
A man cannot become a competent surgeon without the full knowledge of human anatomy and physiology, and the physician without physiology and chemistry flounders along in an aimless fashion, never able to gain any accurate conception of disease, practicing a sort of popgun pharmacy, hitting now the malady and again the patient, he himself not knowing which.
Physiology serves as a foundation that students of medicine must comprehend before they can understand the derangements caused by pathology. This text of cardiovascular physiology emphasizes general concepts and regulatory mechanisms
1. The study of body function -- Introduction to physiology -- Homeostasis and feedback control -- The primary tissues -- Organs and systems -- 2. Chemical composition of the body -- Atoms, ions, and chemical bonds -- Carbohydrates and lipids -- Proteins -- Nucleic acids -- 3. Cell structure and genetic control -- Plasma membrane and associated structures -- Cytoplasm and its organelles -- Cell nucleus and gene expression -- Protein synthesis and secretion -- DNA synthesis and cell division -- Interactions --
Levels of organization. Introduction to human anatomy and physiology -- Chemical basis of life -- Cells -- Cellular metabolism -- Tissues -- Support and movement. Integumentary system -- Skeletal system -- Muscular system -- Integration and coordination. Nervous system -- The senses -- Endocrine system -- Transport. Blood -- Cardiovascular system -- Lymphatic system and immunity -- Absorption and excretion. 041b061a72