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The developing human : clinically oriented embryology

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog118885
Author
Moore, Keith L
Persaud, T. V. N
Torchia, Mark G
Edition
8th ed
Call Number
QS604 M66 2008
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Title
The developing human : clinically oriented embryology
Author
Moore, Keith L
Persaud, T. V. N
Torchia, Mark G
Responsibility
Keith L. Moore, T.V.N. Persaud ; with the collaboration of Mark G. Torchia
Edition
8th ed
Place
Philadelphia, PA
Publisher
Saunders/Elsevier
Year Published
2008
Physical Description
xiv, 522 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm.
Subjects
Embryology
Abnormalities, Human.
Abstract
Presents a week-by-week and stage-by-stage view of how foetal organs and systems develop, why and when birth defects occur, and the roles the placenta and fetal membranes play in development.
ISBN
9781416037064
1416037063
Format
Book
Location
Lions Gate Hospital
Call Number
QS604 M66 2008
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In love with daylight : a memoir of recovery

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog118272
Author
Sheed, Wilfrid
Call Number
PR 6069 H396 Z469 1995
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
In love with daylight : a memoir of recovery
Author
Sheed, Wilfrid
Responsibility
Wilfrid Sheed
Place
New York
Publisher
Simon & Schuster
Year Published
c.1995
Physical Description
252 p. ; 25 cm.
Subjects
Depressed persons -- Biography
Depression, mental -- Biography
Recovery--Personal Narrative
Cancer -- Patients -- Biography
Polio -- Patients -- Biography
Abstract
Review: "Noted critic, novelist and essayist Sheed recounts his recovery from three major illnesses in this highly personal, torturous, oddly exhilarating chronicle. The first illness, polio, struck in 1945 when he was 14. With unbridled optimism, Sheed struggled for years with a disease that ``seemed much more like a vacation from the pains of growing up than an addition to them.'' The book's centerpiece, his plunge into depression triggered by addiction to sleeping pills and alcohol in his mid-50s, unfolds a nightmare of panic attacks, manic highs, proliferating phobias and suicidal dementia. Sheed found scant relief through a stay in a sanatorium, antidepressants or lithium, on all of which he heaps scorn. His recovery seemed to follow its own logic and inner mechanisms of healing. Diagnosed with cancer in 1991, he underwent operations of the tongue and neck, as well as radiation treatments, a two-year ordeal he describes with wit and gallantry." -- Reed Elsevier Inc.
ISBN
0671792156
Format
Book
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
PR 6069 H396 Z469 1995
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