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Case Studies in Physiology and Nutrition
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How to Use This Book

What Is a Case Study?

Sample Case Study: Derrick's Malaise

Where Can I Find the Answers to These Problems?

Where Does the Analysis Part Come In?

Key Words and Their Meanings: Look Up the Unfamiliar Terms

Read the Relevant Literature

Organize Your Information

Prepare a Summary for Yourself of the Previous Key Points

What Do the Terms Used in This Book Mean?

Disease

What Is a Disease?

How Is Disease Studied? Who Studies Disease?

Do We Keep Track of Disease?

What Causes a Disease to Develop?

What Are Signs and Symptoms?

What Kinds of Laboratory Work Could Be Helpful in Describing the Case?

What Kinds of Tissues Can Be Used for Laboratory Assessment?

How Long Does a Disease Last?

Homeostasis

What Is Homeostasis?

How Is Homeostasis Regulated?

What Is the Relevance of Homeostatic Control to Our Understanding of the Physiology of Nutrition?

Malnutrition as Part of a Homeostatic Disturbance

Sodium

Potassium

Chloride

Calcium

Magnesium

Other Instances of Homeostatic Regulation

Growth and Development

Obesity

Homeostasis in Body Weight Regulation

Treatment of Obesity

Drugs in the Treatment of Obesity

Diet Products

Bariatric Surgery

Blood

Causes of Nutritional Anemia

Pharmacological Treatment of Iron Deficiency

Toxicology of Iron Overload

Other Nutrients and Anemia

Non-Nutritional Anemia

Blood Groups

Blood Clotting

White Cells

Blood Pressure

Learning Activity 4.1: Your Nutritional

You Are What You Eat

Dietary Guidelines

Diet Assessment

Nutritional Assessment

Laboratory Tests

How Is Food Used?

How Do We Get the Nutrients in the Food into Our Bodies?

Absorption

Protein Digestion

Amino Acid Absorption

Carbohydrate Digestion

Carbohydrate Absorption

Lipid Digestion and Absorption

We Are What We Inherit

What Is a Gene? What Is Our Genotype? What Is Our Phenotype? What Is the Difference between the Terms, Genotype and Phenotype?

How Do We Inherit Our Genotype and Phenotype?

How Does Our Environment Shape the Phenotypic Expression of Our Genotype?

Pets and People

How the Immune System Works

Antibodies

Types of Diseases of the Immune System

Food and Health

Food Safety

Food-Borne Pathogens

Bacteria

Viruses

Eukaryotic Contaminants (Molds and Parasites)

Recognition

Prevention

Stones and Bones

Bone Mineralization

Bone Diseases

Osteoporosis

Osteomalacia

Skeletal Problems Associated with Renal Disease

Other Diseases of the Bone

Renal Stone Disease

Types of Stones

Age and Nutrition

The Aging Process

Age-Related Changes in Metabolism

Getting from Here to There-Muscle

Types of Muscle and Their Function

How Nutrition Affects Muscle Function

Muscle Problems

Glossary

*Each chapter includes a Learning Activity and several case studies.

About the Author

Carolyn D. Berdanier of the University of Georgia is the author of several landmark references and textbooks on nutrition. She is regarded by her peers as one of the top educators and researchers on nutrition science.

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