Atlas de bolsillo de fisiología Translation of Silbernagl: Taschenatlas der Physiologie, 5e (Thieme Verlag) Compiled by, Agamemnon Despopoulos. Fisiologia / Physiology: Texto y atlas / Text and Atlas (Spanish Edition): by Stefan Silbernagl (Author), Agamemnon Despopoulos ( Author). Baixe grátis o arquivo Atlas of Physiology 5Th enviado por Keila no curso Without the creative enthusiasm of Agamennon Despopoulos, it is doubtful.
|Published (Last):||26 June 2017|
|PDF File Size:||1.46 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||20.49 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Usage subject to terms and conditions of license. This book is an authorized translation of the 5th German edition published and copyrighted by Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany. Title of the German edition: Medicineisanever-changing science undergoing continual development. Research and clinical experience are continually expanding our knowledge, in particular our knowledge of proper treatment and drug therapy. Insofar as this book mentions any dosage or application, readers may rest assured that the authors, editors, and publishers have made every effort to ensure that such references are in accordance with the state of knowledge at the time of production of the book.
Nevertheless, this does not involve, imply, or express any guarantee or responsibility on the part of the publishers in respect to any dosage instructions and forms of applications stated in the book. Such examination is particularly important with drugs that are either rarely used or have been newly released on the market.
The authors and publishers request every user to report to the publishers any discrepancies or inaccuracies noticed. Some of the product names, patents, and registered designs referred to in this book are in fact registered trademarks or proprietary names even though specific reference to this fact is not always made in the text. Therefore, the appearance of a name without designation asproprietaryisnottobeconstruedasarepresentation by the publisher that it is in the public domain.
Atlas of Physiology 5Th ed
This book, including all parts thereof, is legallyprotectedbycopyright. Thisappliesinparticulartophotostat reproduction, copying, mimeographing or duplication of any kind, translating, preparation of microfilms, and electronic data processing and storage.
Thebaseofknowledgeinmanysectorsofphysiology has grown considerably in magnitude and in depth since the last edition of this book was published. Many fisiollogia, especially the rapid progress in sequencing the human genome and its gene products, have brought completely new insight into cell function and communication. This made it necessary to edit and, in some cases, enlarge many parts of the book, especially the chapter on the fundamentals of cell physiology and the sections on neurotransmission, mechanisms of intracellular signal transmission, immune defense, and the processing of sensory stimuli.
A list of physiological reference values and important formulas were added to the appendix for quick reference. The extensive index now also serves as a key to abbreviations used despopouloos the text. Some of the comments explaining the connections between pathophysiological principles and clinical dysfunctions had to be slightly truncated and set in smaller print. However, this base of knowledge has also grown considerably for the reasons mentioned above.
To make allowances alas this, a similarly designed book, the Color Atlas of Pathophysiology S. Lang, Thiemehas now been introduced to supplement the wellestablished Color Atlas of Physiology.
Iamverygratefulforthemanyhelpfulcomments from attentive readers including my son Jakob and for the welcome feedback atlaz my peers, especially Prof.
Plattig, Erlangen, and Dr. Theirextraordinary enthusiasm and professionalism played a decisive role in the materialization of this new edition. To them I extend my sincere thanks. I greatly appreciate her capable desoppoulos careful work.
I hope that the 5th Edition of the Color Atlas ofPhysiologywillprovetobeavaluabletoolfor helping students better understand physiological correlates, and that it will be a valuable reference for practicing physicians and scientists, to help them recall despopoluos learned information and gain new insights in physiology. A book of this nature is inevitably derivative, but many of the representations are new and, we hope, innovative. A number despopouoos people have contributed directly and indirectly to the completion of this volume, but none more than Sarah Jones, who gave much more than editorial assistance.
Acknowledgement of helpful criticism and advice is due also to Drs. We are grateful to Joy Wieser for her help in checking the proofs. The publishers, Georg Thieme Verlag and Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, contributed valuable assistance based on extensive experience; an author could wish for no better relationship. Finally, special recognition to Dr. Walter Kumpmann for inspiring the project and for his unquestioning confidence in the authors.
In the modern world, visual pathways have outdistanced despopouos avenues for informational input. This book takes advantage of the economy of visual representation to indicate the simultaneity ve multiplicity of physiological phenomena.
Although some subjects lend themselves more readily than others to this treatment, inclusive rather than selective coverageofthekeyelementsofphysiologyhas been attempted. Clearly, this talas of little more than pages, only half of which are textual, cannot be considered as a primary source for the serious student of physiology. Nevertheless, it does contain most of the basic principles and facts taught in a medical school introductory course.
Each unit of text and illustration can serve initially as an overview for introduction to the subject and subsequently as a concise reviewofthematerial. Thecontentsareas current as the publishing art dee and include both classical information for the beginning students as well as recent details and trends for the advanced student.
The first German edition of this book was already in press when, on November 2nd,Agamennon Despopoulos and his wife, Sarah Jones-Despopoulos put to sea from Bizerta, Tunisia. Their intention was to cross the Atlantic in their sailing boat. This was the last that was ever heard of them and we have had to abandon all hope of seeing them again.
Without the creative enthusiasm of Agamennon Despopoulos, it is doubtful whether this book would have been possible; without his personal support it has not been easy to continue with the project. Whilst keeping in mind our original aims, I have completely revised the book, incorporating the latest advancesinthefieldofphysiologyaswellasthewelcome suggestions provided by readers of the earlieredition,towhomIextendmythanksfor their active interest.
Indeed, when we wish to ascribe to a physiologicalqualityitsvalueandtruesignificance,wemustalwaysreferittothewholeanddrawour final conclusions only in relation to fisioologia effects on the whole. The existence of fieiologia organisms is the epitome of life in its simplest form. Even simpleprotistsmustmeettwobasicbutessentially conflicting demands in order to survive.
Protein molecules within the cell membrane ensure the permeability of the membrane barrier. They may exist in the form of pores channels or as more complex transport proteins known as carriers! Both types are selective for certain substances, and their activity is usually regulated. The cell membrane is relatively well permeable to hydrophobic molecules such as gases. This is useful for the exchange of O and CO and for the uptake of lipophilic signal substances,yetexposesthecelltopoisonousgases such as carbon monoxide CO and lipophilic noxae such as organic solvents.
The cell membrane also contains other disiologia, receptors despopou,os enzymes. Receptors receive signals from the drspopoulos environment and convey the information to the interior of the cell signal transductionand enzymes enable the cell to metabolize extracellular substrates.
Let us imagine the primordial sea as the external environment of the unicellular flsiologia Thismilieuremainsmoreorless constant, although the organism absorbs nutrients from it and excretes waste into it.
In spite of its simple structure, attlas unicellular or- ganism is capable of eliciting motor responses to signals from the environment. This is achieved by moving its pseudopodia or flagella, for example, in response to changes in the food concentration. Theevolutionfromunicellularorganismsto multicellular organisms, the transition from specialized cell groups to organs, the emergence of the two sexes, the coexistence of individuals in social groups, and the transition from water to land have fisuologia increased the efficiency, survival, radius of action, and independence of living organisms.
This process required the simultaneous development of a complex infrastructure within the organism. Nonetheless, the individual cells of the body still need a milieu like that of the primordial sea for life and survival. Today, the extracellular fluid is responsible for providing constant environmental conditions!
Bbut the volume of the fluid is no longer infinite. In fact, it is even smaller than the intracellular volume!
Because of their metabolic activity, the cells would quickly deplete fisiklogia oxygen and nutrient stores within the fluids and flood their surroundings with waste products if organs capable of maintaining a stable fislologia environment had not developed. This is achieved through homeostasis, a process by which physiologic self-regulatory mechanisms see below maintain steady states in the body through coordinated physiological activity.
Specialized organs ensure the continuous absorption of nutrients, electrolytes and water and the excretion of waste products via the urine and feces.
Texto y atlas de Fisiología – Agamemnon Despopoulos, Stefan Silbernagl – Google Books
The circulating blood connects the organs to every inch of the body, and the exchange atlaa materials between the blood and the intercellular spaces interstices creates a stable environment for the cells. Organs such as the digestive tract and liver absorb nutrients and make them available by processing, metabolizing and distributing. Atlas of Physiology 5Th ed Keila row Enviado por: Parte 1 de 7.
Fisiologia do Exercicio Revista de Fisiologia do Exercicio. Fisiologia da dor fisiologia da dor. Fisiologia do movimento humano Livro completo de fisiologia. Atlas de Histologia Sobotta O Sobotta: Atlas de Anatomia Humana Com 1. If we break up a dd organism by isolating its different parts, it is only for the sake of ease in.