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SleepWell: Surgery and Obstetrics & Gynecology, Vol. 2

SleepWell: Surgery and Obstetrics & Gynecology, Vol. 2

Edward Douglas Norcross, Benjamin Clyburn (Editor), George Taylor (Editor), Paige R Gernt

ISBN: 978-0-632-04664-5

Dec 2002, Wiley-Blackwell

125 pages

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$28.95

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Is worrying keeping you awake at night? Now you can sleep well before the Boards by using the breakthrough new SleepWell Review Series. Written by faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina, this series was developed to provide a review of vital content likely to be covered on certification exams and Steps 2 and 3 of the USMLE. Short case-based learning followed by discussion allows for a quick reminder of key content.

Perfect for medical students -- physician assistants, nurse practitioners and related health professionals will also find SleepWell valuable.

Section 1: Pediatrics.

Case 1: Infant with tachypnea – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 2: Toddler with cough – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 3: Toddler with recurrent cough – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 4: Preschool child with a rash – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 5: Preschool child with a seizure – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 6: Adolescent with weakness – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 7: Adolescent with pneumonia – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 8: Toddler with ear pain – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 9: Adolescent with headache and papilledema – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 10: Preschool child with weight loss and lymphadenopathy – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 11: Toddler with developmental delay – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 12: Trombocytopenia – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 13: Adolescent with vaginal bleeding – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 14: School age child with an abnormal gait – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 15: Illness in a neonate – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 16: Cough and headache – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 17: School failure in an adolescent – Janice D. Key.

Case 18: Scrotal pain in a prepubertal boy – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 19: Infant with a murmur – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 20: Infant with wheezing – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 21: Urinary tract infection – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 22: Varicella (chicken pox) - Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 23: Enlarged tonsils and adenoids – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 24: Ingestion – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 25: School failure in a 9 year old - Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 26: Rhinorrhea – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 27: Anemia in a toddler – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 28: Adolescent with weight loss – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 29: Asthma – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 30: Short Stature – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 31: Fatigue in an adolescent – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 32: Infant with developmental delay – Tina B. Stewart, MD.

Case 33: An infant with dysmorphic features – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 34: Recurrent wheezing and pneumonia – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 35: Poor growth in a toddler – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 36: Diarrhea in a toddler - Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 37: Immunizations in childhood – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 38: Fever and rash in a preschool child – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 39: Primary amenorrhea – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 40: Knee pain in an adolescent boy – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 41: Growth and development in an adolescent – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 42: Respiratory distress in a neonate – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 43: Strabismus in a toddler – Janice D. Key, MD.

Case 44: Dehydration in a child – Valerie M. Panzarino, M.D.

Case 45: Abdominal pain and bloody diarrhea - Valerie M. Panzarino, MD.

Case 46: A child with swelling – Valerie M. Panzarino, MD.

Case 47: Crush injury in a child – Valerie M. Panzarino, MD.

Case 48: Joint pain in an adolescent – Valerie M. Panzarino, MD.

Case 49: Toddler with stridor – Douglas E. Halbert, MD.

Case 50: Infant with fever – Douglas E. Halbert, MD
Section 2: Psychiatry.

Case 51: Behavioral disturbance of childhood – Mary C. Fields, MD.

Case 52: Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder – Mary C. Fields, MD.

Case 53: Eating disorders – Mary C. Fields, MD.

Case 54: Child sexual sbuse – Michael A. deArellano, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 55: Developmental, gender, and cultural considerations in major depressive disorder in children – Michael A. deArellano, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 56: Consequences of a sexual assault – Michael A. deArellano, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 57: Why can’t little Johnny pay attention? – Matthew S. Koval, MD.

Case 58: Bipolar patient comes to town – Matthew S. Koval, MD.

Case 59: The reluctant schizophrenic – Matthew S. Koval, MD.

Case 60: Improved symptoms but diminished quality of life – Matthew S. Koval, MD.

Case 61: Youth patient with hemiplegia – Himanshu P. Upadhyaya, MBBS, MS.

Case 62: Shortness of breath – Himanshu P. Upadhyaya, MBBS, MS.

Case 63: Chronic back pain in primary care – Himanshu P. Upadhyaya, MBBS, MS.

Case 64: Anxious check writer – Jessica A. Whiteley, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 65: Dog attack – Jessica A. Whiteley, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 66: Hand washer – Jessica A. Whiteley, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 67: Smoking and pregnancy – Patricia L. Fiero, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 68: Treating the obese patient – Patricia L. Fiero, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 69: Stress management – Patricia L. Fiero, PhD & D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 70: Anxiety due to a general medical condition – D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 71: Alcohol-related irritability syndromes – D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 72: Organic mental disorder – D. Walter Hiott, MD.

Case 73: Burning pain – Jerome E. Kurent, MD.

Case 74: Pain management in a geriatric patient – Jerome E. Kurent, MD, MPH.

Case 75: Acute confusion in a patient with dementia – Jerome E. Kurent, MD, MPH
Section 3: Neurology.

Case 76: Weak, painful legs – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 77: A child with difficulty speaking - Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 78: Funny feelings in the abdomen, olfactory hallucinations and confusion – Susan M. Brown, MD.

Case 79: A young woman with headache – Susan M. Brown, MD.

Case 80: Tremor and stiffness – Vanessa K. Hinson, MD.

Case 81: Progressive weakness in a young woman – Jerome E. Kurent, MD, MPH.

Case 82: A newborn with spells – Susan M. Brown, MD.

Case 83: “The worst headache of my life” – Susan M. Brown, MD.

Case 84: Double vision – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 85: A 17 year old with epilepsy and prolonged seizures – Susan M. Brown, MD.

Case 86: Acute right hemiparesis – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 87: Back pain – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 88: A young woman with tremor and personality change – Vanessa K. Hinson, MD.

Case 89: Severe, nightly headaches – Susan M. Brown, MD.

Case 90: Transient left sided weakness in an elderly male – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 91: Memory loss – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 92: An elderly gentleman with numbness in his feet – Jerome E. Kurent, MD, MPH.

Case 93: An alcoholic with seizures – Susan M. Brown, MD.

Case 94: An elderly woman with new headaches – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 95: Acute leg weakness in a transplant patient - Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 96: Hand tremor in an elderly man – Vanessa K. Hinson, MD.

Case 97: Altered mental status – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 98: Difficulty walking – Timothy D. Carter, MD.

Case 99: Chronic, progressive weakness – Jerome E. Kurent, MD, MPH.

Case 100: Acute collapse of a middle-aged man – Timothy D. Carter, MD

· Concise cases that emphasize the mechanisms of disease and illustrate two or three teaching points
· Discussions for each answer to review concepts
· A reassuring review of critical content in a clinical presentation