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Knee joint aspiration

Knee joint aspiration

Puncture of the large joints can be performed either diagnostically or therapeutically. Synovial fluid aspiration is medically refered to as arthrocentesis. The diagnostic puncture allows us to obtain joint fluid for laboratory examination which can than be investigated by the biochemical and microbiological methods. Therapeutic puncture can also be helpful in relieving joint swelling and pain by aspiration of the content and then ables antiinflamatory medication to be injected into the joint. Removal of joint fluid that is inflammed can also remove white blood cells, that are sources of enzymes, that can be destructive to the joint.

 
author: Valér Džupa | discipline: Surgery, Traumatology and Orthopaedics | published on: 8.11.2014 | last modified on: 10.11.2014 | Creative Commons License

Clinical Examination of the Psychiatric Patient

Clinical Examination of the Psychiatric Patient

DVD Clinical Examination of the Psychiatric Patient represents a practical tool for Psychiatric Propedeutics course. The patient suffering from bipolar disorder has recently recovered from acute mania. All parts of the complex clinical psychiatric examination are covered: family history, previous and current medical illnessess, alcohol and other substance history, personal history, previous psychiatric illnesses and history of present illness. The record is divided into chapters and equipped with the subtitles. This record is not for commercial purposes and changes of the content are not allowed.

 
author: Lucie Bankovská - Motlová, Martin Řepa | discipline: Psychiatry, Psychology, Sexology | published on: 30.1.2011 | last modified on: 23.11.2011 | Creative Commons License

diagnostic methods of nuclear medicine

diagnostic methods of nuclear medicine

This video document performs basic information about diagnostic nuclear medicine. It is designed for pregraduate medical students. It explains basic principles and indications including demonstration of the evaluating process to be able to completely inform patients.

 
author: Otto Lang, Ivana Kuníková | discipline: Nuclear Medicine | published on: 16.11.2010 | last modified on: 29.1.2011 | Creative Commons License