Clinical Biochemistry Made Ridiculously Simple
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    Chapter 1. Overview of Biochemistryland. Where is Biochemistryland? How to use this book. 
    Chapter 2. The Main Powerhouse. The Energy Hall of Fame. The Main Hallway, the Ferris Wheel (Krebs Cycle) and the Ferris Wheel Generator (oxidative phosphorylation). The Saloon (alcohol metabolism). Where is the Main Powerhouse? Summary of Connections of the Main Powerhouse. 
    Chapter 3. Carbohydrateland. The Penthouse Powerhouse. The Carbohydrateland Storage Room. The Ice Cream Parlor. Conjugation Area. Where is Carbohydrateland? Summary of key connections of Carbohydrateland. 
    Chapter 4. Lipidland. The Central Sector of Lipidland: The Up and Down Roller Coasters. The Ketone Playhouse. The Western Sector of Lipidland: The Lipid Storage Room. Phosphatidylywink Village. Sphingo's Curio Shoppe. The Frog Pond (prostaglandins). The Eastern Sector of Lipidland (Channel #5 and the Sex and Bile zones of Sterol Forest). Where is Lipidland? Key connections of Lipidland. 
    Chapter 5. The Amino Acid Midway. Functions of the amino acids. The Urea Rest Room. Where is the Amino Acid Midway? Summary of connections of the Amino Acid Midway. 
    Chapter 6. Combo Circle. Lipoprotein Theatre. Glycolipid Theatre. Glycoprotein Theatre. 
    Chapter 7. The DNA Funhouse. Replication. Transcription. Translation. Nucleotide Degradation. Where is the DNA Funhouse? Summary of Connections of the DNA Funhouse. 
    Chapter 8. Porphy's Hemeland. Where is Porphy's Hemeland? Key connections of Porphy's Hemeland. 
    Chapter 9. The Infirmary. Vitamins, Hormones, Minerals, Drugs, Lab tests. 
    Chapter 10. Clinical Review. A guided tour through Biochemistryland using the Biochemistryland map. Clinical conditions referrable to the different lands. 
    Chapter 11. Beyond Biochemistryland. Appendix I. Isomers Appendix II. Enzyme Glossary. Structural Index Glossary General Index

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    Emphasizes the metabolic pathways (carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids) and their diseases, for medical students and other health professionals. Includes a large color map of  “Biochemistry Land” (an amusement park in which clinical biochemistry can be visualized as a whole). Medical students often complain that their biochemistry courses do not focus on clinical relevance. This book, while not a reference book or a dissertation on all aspects of biochemistry, selects the most clinically relevant material that every clinician should know, and presents it in a way that enables the student to quickly see the subject as a conceptual whole. For biochemistry courses. Excellent USMLE Board Review.
    • Pages: 95
    • Publication: Edition 3 (November 15, 2010)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN: 9780940780958

    About the Authors

    Stephen Goldberg, M.D.

    Stephen Goldberg, M.D., a graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is a researcher, physician, teacher, computer programmer, writer, musician/composer, and past President of the Medmaster Publishing Company for 40 years. Dr. Goldberg has published numerous medical and scientific papers through research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, New York Medical College and the University of Miami School of Medicine. He has authored 20 books in a diversity of medical areas, including textbooks of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Neurology, Consciousness, Ophthalmology, Hematology, and Computer Programming, as well as many interactive computer programs on various medical topics, including Atlas of Microbiology and Atlas of Human Diseases. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, where he taught medical students for 25 years. His reputation is that of an educator who can simplify complex topics. He received the George Paff Most Outstanding Professor Teaching Award11 times at the U of M and was invited in 2004 to be the keynote speaker at the medical school graduation commencement at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis for his work in medical education. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of the Medmaster Publishing Company. 

    Emphasizes the metabolic pathways (carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids) and their diseases, for medical students and other health professionals. Includes a large color map of  “Biochemistry Land” (an amusement park in which clinical biochemistry can be visualized as a whole). Medical students often complain that their biochemistry courses do not focus on clinical relevance. This book, while not a reference book or a dissertation on all aspects of biochemistry, selects the most clinically relevant material that every clinician should know, and presents it in a way that enables the student to quickly see the subject as a conceptual whole. For biochemistry courses. Excellent USMLE Board Review.
    • Pages: 95
    • Publication: Edition 3 (November 15, 2010)
    • Language: English

    About the Authors

    Stephen Goldberg, M.D.

    Stephen Goldberg, M.D., a graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, is a researcher, physician, teacher, computer programmer, writer, musician/composer, and past President of the Medmaster Publishing Company for 40 years. Dr. Goldberg has published numerous medical and scientific papers through research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, New York Medical College and the University of Miami School of Medicine. He has authored 20 books in a diversity of medical areas, including textbooks of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Neurology, Consciousness, Ophthalmology, Hematology, and Computer Programming, as well as many interactive computer programs on various medical topics, including Atlas of Microbiology and Atlas of Human Diseases. He is Professor Emeritus at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, where he taught medical students for 25 years. His reputation is that of an educator who can simplify complex topics. He received the George Paff Most Outstanding Professor Teaching Award11 times at the U of M and was invited in 2004 to be the keynote speaker at the medical school graduation commencement at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis for his work in medical education. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of the Medmaster Publishing Company. 

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