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Churchill Livingstone is an academic publisher. It is an imprint of Elsevier, but used to be owned by Harcourt and Pearson being an imprint of Longman.
It was formed in 1971 from the merger of E & S Livingstone (Edinburgh, Scotland) and J & A Churchill (London, England). It is now integrated as an imprint in Elsevier's health science division.
In the past it published a number of classic medical texts, including Sir William Osler's textbook The Principles and Practice of Medicine, Gray's Anatomy, and Myles' Textbook for Midwives. In the 1980s, in addition to new texts in all areas of clinical medicine, it published an extensive list of medical and nursing textbooks in low-cost editions for low-income countries supported by the UK-funded Educational Low Priced Book Scheme (ELBS).
Gray's Anatomy is an English written textbook of human anatomy originally written by Henry Gray and illustrated by Henry Vandyke Carter. Earlier editions were called Anatomy: Descriptive and Surgical, Anatomy of the Human Body and Gray's Anatomy: Descriptive and Applied, but the book's name is commonly shortened to, and later editions are titled, Gray's Anatomy. The book is widely regarded as an extremely influential work on the subject, and continued to be revised and republished from its initial publication in 1858 to the present day. The latest edition of the book, the 41st, was published in September 2015.
Polyuria is excessive or an abnormally large production or passage of urine. Increased production and passage of urine may also be termed diuresis. Polyuria often appears in conjunction with polydipsia, though it is possible to have one without the other, and the latter may be a cause or an effect. Psychogenic polydipsia may lead to polyuria. Polyuria is usually viewed as a symptom or sign of another disorder, but it can be classed as a disorder, at least when its underlying causes are not clear.
Parathyroid glands are small endocrine glands in the neck of humans and other tetrapods. Humans usually have four parathyroid glands, located on the back of the thyroid gland in variable locations. The parathyroid gland produces and secretes parathyroid hormone in response to a low blood calcium, which plays a key role in regulating the amount of calcium in the blood and within the bones.
The seminal vesicles, vesicular glands, or seminal glands, are a pair of simple tubular glands posteroinferior to the urinary bladder of some male mammals. Seminal vesicles are located within the pelvis. They secrete fluid that partly composes the semen.
A pulmonary artery is an artery in the pulmonary circulation that carries deoxygenated blood from the right side of the heart to the lungs. The largest pulmonary artery is the main pulmonary artery or pulmonary trunk from the heart, and the smallest ones are the arterioles, which lead to the capillaries that surround the pulmonary alveoli.
The pylorus, or pyloric part, connects the stomach to the duodenum. The pylorus is considered as having two parts, the pyloric antrum and the pyloric canal. The pyloric canal ends as the pyloric orifice, which marks the junction between the stomach and the duodenum. The orifice is surrounded by a sphincter, a band of muscle, called the pyloric sphincter. The word pylorus comes from Greek πυλωρός, via Latin. The word pylorus in Greek means "gatekeeper", related to "gate" and is thus linguistically related to the word "pylon".
Daniel F. Roses, M.D. is the Jules Leonard Whitehill Professor of Surgery and Oncology of the New York University School of Medicine and a Senior Attending Surgeon at Tisch Hospital of the New York University Medical Center.
Sir James Cresseé Elphinstone Underwood FMedSci is a British pathologist who was awarded a knighthood for services to medicine in the 2005 New Year honours list.
The triangular space is one of the three spaces found at the axillary space. The other two spaces are the quadrangular space and the triangular interval.
This is a table of medications that are secreted in the kidney.
The Journal of Clinical Neuroscience is a bimonthly peer-reviewed medical journal covering the discipline of neurosurgery and neurology. It was established in 1994 and is published by the Elsevier imprint Churchill Livingstone. It is the official journal of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia, the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia, the Australian and New Zealand Society for Neuropathology, the Taiwan Neurosurgical Society, and the Asian/Australian Society of Neurological Surgeons. The editor-in-chief is Andrew H. Kaye.
Sir John Stuart Lilleyman FRCP, FRCPE, FRCPath, FRCPCH, FMedSci is a British paediatric haematologist. He specialization is the childhood leukemia.
ClinicalKey is a medical search engine and database tool owned by medical and scientific publishing company Elsevier that offers access to the medical library published by that company.
Sir Leybourne Stanley Patrick Davidson (1894-1981) was a British physician, medical investigator and author who is well known for his medical textbook Principles and Practice of Medicine, which was first published in 1952.
Cecil Textbook of Medicine is a medical textbook published by Elsevier under the Saunders imprint. First released in 1927 as the Textbook of Medicine by Russell LaFayette Cecil, the book is one of the most prominent and widely consulted medical textbooks in the United States. Cecil Medicine is often compared with Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, which it predates by three decades. Approximately one third of its authors are changed with each new edition. It is currently in its 25th edition. The 26th edition is due to be released in October 2019.
Abeloff's Clinical Oncology is a medical reference work covering the field of oncology. First released in 1995 by Churchill Livingstone, it is currently published by Elsevier.
Miller's Anesthesia is an authoritative textbook on anesthesiology.
Extrapulmonary tuberculosis is tuberculosis (TB) within a location in the body other than the lungs. This occurs in 15–20% of active cases, causing other kinds of TB. These are collectively denoted as "extrapulmonary tuberculosis". Extrapulmonary TB occurs more commonly in immunosuppressed persons and young children. In those with HIV, this occurs in more than 50% of cases. Notable extrapulmonary infection sites include the pleura, the central nervous system, the lymphatic system, the genitourinary system, and the bones and joints, among others.
Ronald Stanley Illingworth FRCP was a British born Yorkshireman and a paediatrician of renown. He was also a prolific writer, who wrote some 600 articles and at least 21 books which were exceedingly popular and sold in large quantities. Illingworth was principally known for being largely responsible for introducing the science and practice of paediatricians to the UK in the early to mid 1940s.
Sir Christopher John "Jack" Dewhurst was a British gynecologist. He was Professor and Head of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London University, from 1967 to 1985. He served as president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists from 1975 to 1978. Sir Dewhurst was knighted in 1978 for his work in medicine. He is considered to be one of the founders of the medical specialty of pediatric and adolescent gynecology. Sir Dewhurst published 109 peer-reviewed publications and co-wrote 13 medical textbooks during his career.
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