Pathology: Implications for the Physical Therapist.pdf
Understand how a patient's conditions might affect physical therapy and outcomes so that you can design safe and effective interventions. The only pathology textbook written specifically for physical therapists, Pathology: Implications for the Physical Therapist, Third Edition, offers guidelines, precautions, and contraindications for interventions with patients who have musculoskeletal or neuromuscular problems as well as other conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, or pancreatitis. Learn about the cause of these conditions, the pathogenesis, medical diagnosis and treatment, and most importantly, the special implications for the therapist. In addition to addressing specific diseases and conditions, this text emphasizes health promotion and disease prevention strategies and covers issues with implications for physical therapy management, such as injury, inflammation, and healing; the lymphatic system; and biopsychosocial-spiritual impacts on health care. With this practical and evidence-based text, now enhanced with full-color illustrations and the latest research, you'll know what to factor into your clinical decisions to achieve the best outcomes for your patients.
SECTION I: INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction to Concepts of Pathology Catherine Goodman 2. Behavioral, Social, and Environmental Factors Contributing to Disease and Dysfunction Ira Gorman Sue Scherer Catherine Goodman 3. The Psychosocial-Spiritual Impact on Health Care Bonnie Yost Catherine Goodman 4. Environmental and Occupational Medicine Catherine Goodman 5. Problems Affecting Multiple Systems Celeste Peterson Catherine Goodman 6. Injury, Inflammation, and Healing Catherine Goodman Steve Tepper (First and Second edition) D. Michael McKeogh (First and Second edition) SECTION II: CLINICAL MEDICINE 7. The Immune System Zoher F. Kapasi 8. Infectious Disease Celeste Peterson Catherine Goodman 9. Oncology Catherine Goodman 10. The Integumentary System Harriett Loehne Catherine Goodman 11. The Endocrine and Metabolic Systems Catherine Goodman 12. The Cardiovascular System Celeste Peterson Catherine Goodman Irina V. Smirnova 13. The Lymphatic System Bonnie Lasinski 14. The Hematologic System Celeste Peterson Catherine Goodman 15. The Respiratory System Beth Ikeda Catherine Goodman 16. The Gastrointestinal System Catherine Goodman 17. The Hepatic, Pancreatic, and Biliary Systems Catherine Goodman Celeste Peterson 18. The Renal and Urologic Systems Catherine Goodman Celeste Peterson 19. The Male Genital/Reproductive System Catherine Goodman 20. The Female Genital/Reproductive System Catherine Goodman 21. Transplantation Chris Wells Catherine Goodman SECTION III: PATHOLOGY OF THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 22. Introduction to Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System Catherine Goodman 23. Genetic and Developmental Disorders Allan Glanzman 24. Metabolic Disorders Catherine Goodman 25. Infectious Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System Catherine Goodman 26. Musculoskeletal Neoplasms Catherine Goodman 27. Soft Tissue, Joint and Bone Disorders Catherine Goodman SECTION IV: PATHOLOGY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 28. Introduction to Central Nervous System Disorders Kenda Fuller 29. Infectious Disorders of the Central Nervous System Kenda Fuller 30. Central Nervous System Neoplasms Sharon Konecne 31. Degenerative Diseases of the Central Nervous System Kenda Fuller 32. Stroke Kenda Fuller 33. Traumatic Brain Injury Kenda Fuller 34. Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Kenda Fuller 35.Cerbral Palsy Allan Glanzman 36. Epilepsy Kenda Fuller 37. Headache Kenda Fuller 38. Vestibular Disorders Kenda Fuller 39. The Peripheral Nervous System Marcia Smith 40. Laboratory Tests and Values Glenn Irion Catherine Goodman Appendix A: Summary of Standard Precautions Appendix B: Guidelines for Activity and Exercise