Guyton & Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology: A South Asian Edition(Paperback)

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About the Book:Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology continues this bestselling title’s tradition as one of the world’s favourite physiology textbooks. The main aim of the South Asian Edition of Guyton & Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology is to meet the needs of undergraduate medical students and faculty in South Asia in alignment to the teaching methods in the subcontinent and also in terms of volume of content required. Presentation of the South Asian Edition is quite reflective of the way the lectures are being delivered in the classroom, both in terms of the breakup of topics and the basic level of detailing and explanations. The South Asian Edition incorporates several features aimed at aiding learning for students while retaining the flow and explanatory approach.About the Author:Mario Vaz is a Professor of Physiology at St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore, India. He has received several awards for teaching. His research interests are in the evaluation of the functional consequences of altered nutritional states. His other interests are in the History of Medicine and in Humanities and Health, a division of which he heads at the St. John’s Research Institute.Anura Kurpad is a Professor of Physiology at St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore, India. He was the Founding Dean of St. John’s Research Institute, and an Adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School.  His interests are in metabolic and nutritional physiology, and he serves on the WHO Expert Advisory Panel on Nutrition.Tony Raj is a Professor of Physiology at St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore, India.   He has been in the faculty from 1995.  His research interests include using stable isotope techniques in evaluating metabolic kinetics of amino acids in humans, studying Insulin sensitivity using the glucose clamp technique and body composition measurements.   He is the Vice Dean of St. John’s Research Institute where he also heads the Division of Medical Informatics.  His other interests are in using innovative and low cost information technology to provide more efficient care for patients in resource constrained settings.Contents:Section I: General Physiology 1.    Functional Organization of the Human Body, and Control of the "Internal Environment"; Cells as the Living Units of the Body 2.    The Cell and Its Functions 3.    Genetic Control of Protein Synthesis, Cell Function, and Cell Reproduction4.    Transport of Substances Through the Cell Membrane5.    Body fluid compartments6.    Intracellular and Extracellular Fluid and Edema7.    Resting membrane potentialSection II: Nerve and Muscle Physiology 8.    Stimulus and Excitability of Nerve9.    Action Potential of the Nerve10.    Propagation of the Nerve Impulse11.    Nerve Injuries12.    Neuromuscular Transmission13.    Excitation-Contraction Coupling14.    Molecular Basis of Muscle Contraction15.    Chemical Changes During Muscle Contraction16.    Characteristics of Muscle Contraction17.    Applied Skeletal Muscle PhysiologySection III: Blood and its Constituents 18.    Introduction to Blood and Plasma Proteins19.    Red Blood Cells20.    Erythropoesis21.    Hemoglobin22.    Anemia and Polycythemia23.    Jaundice 24.    White Blood Cells25.    Immunity26.    Platelets27.    Coagulation of Blood28.    Blood Groups Section IV: Cardiovascular Physiology 29.    Organisation of the Cardiovascular System30.    Properties of Cardiac Muscle31.    Cardiac Action Potentials32.    Origin and Conduction of the Cardiac Impulse33.    Basis of the ECG34.    Clinical Applications of the ECG 35.    Cardiac Cycle36.    Venous return and Cardiac Output37.    Regulation of Cardiac Output38.    Hemodynamics39.    The microcirculation40.    Lymphatic Circulation41.    Vascular Distensibility of the Venous System42.    Determinants of Arterial Blood Pressure43.    Short-term Regulation of Blood Pressure44.    Long-term Regulation of Blood Pressure45.    Regional Circulations: An Overview46.    Coronary Circulation47.    Cerebral Circulation48.    Splanchnic Circulation49.    Fetal and Neonatal Circulation50.    Valvular Heart Disease51.    Cardiac Failure52.    Circulatory ShockSection V: Respiratory Physiology 53.    Organization of the Respiratory System54.    Mechanics of Breathing55.    Lung Volumes and Capacities56.    Ventilation57.    Pulmonary Circulation58.    Diffusion of Gases 59.    Oxygen Transport60.    Carbon Dioxide Transport61.    Chemical Regulation of Respiration62.    Neural Regulation of Respiration63.    Respiration in Unusual Environments64.    Applied respiratory PhysiologySection VI: Gastrointestinal Physiology 65.    Organization of the Gastrointestinal System66.    Salivary Glands and Secretion67.    Gastric Secretions68.    Exocrine Pancreas69.    Functions of the Liver70.    Digestion and Absorption of Carbohydrate71.    Digestion and Absorption of Proteins 72.    Digestion and Absorption of Fats73.    Functions of the Large Intestine74.    Gastrointestinal Motility75.    Physiology of Gastrointestinal DiseasesSection VII: Renal Physiology 76. Functional Anatomy of the Kidney 77.    Urine Formation in the Kidney: Renal Blood Flow and Glomerular Filtration Rate78.    Tubular Function79.    Concentration and Dilution of Urine80.    Control of Sodium and Extracellular Fluid81.    Renal Regulation of Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus and Magnesium82.    Acid-Base Balance83.    Micturution84.    Applied Physiology of the Renal systemSection VIII: The Endocrine System 85.    Introduction to Endocrine Physiology86.    Hormone-receptor Interactions87.    Anterior Pituitary Gland88.    Posterior Pituitary Gland89.    Thyroid Gland90.    Calcium Homeostasis91.    Adrenal Cortex 92.    Adrenal Medulla93.    Endocrine Pancreas and Glucose HomeostasisSection IX: Reproductive Physiology 94.    Male Reproductive System95.    Testosterone and other Male Sex Hormones96.    Female Reproductive System97.    The Sexual Act and Fertilisation98.    Physiology of Pregnancy99.    Parturition and LactationSection X: Central Nervous System 100. Organization of the Central Nervous SystemA.    Sensory system101     Synapse 102     Sensory Receptors103     Sensory Pathways104     Pain and Temperature Sensation105     Somatosensory CortexB.    Special senses106     Taste and Smell 107     Hearing 108     Optics of Vision109     The retina110     Visual Pathways and Central ProcessingC.    Motor system111     The Spinal Cord and Spinal Cord Injuries 112     The Pyramidal Tract113     The Muscle Spindle114     Motor Reflexes115     Regulation of Tone and Posture116     Cerebellum 117     The Vestibular Apparatus118     Basal GangliaD.    Other Functions and activities of the brain119     The Autonomic Nervous System 120     Functions of the Hypothalamus Emotion and the Limbic System121     Cerebrospinal Fluid122     EEG123     Sleep124     Emotion and the Limbic System125     Learning and Memory126     Cerebral lateralization, Speech and Language Section XI: Miscellaneous topics 127    Components of Energy Expenditure128    Temperature Regulation and the Cutaneous Circulation


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