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France's Public Enemy Number One from the late 1960s to the end of the 1970s--when he was killed by police in a sensational traffic shootout--Jacques Mesrine (1936-1979) is the best-known criminal in French history. Mesrine was notorious both for his violent exploits and for the media attention he attracted, and he remains very much a public media figure in France and Europe. In 2008 there were two feature-length films based on his life, one of them starring Vincent Cassel in the
First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.
A satirical guide pokes fun at how parents in New York and Paris differ in the ways they raise their children.
To understand ancient Greece is to understand our world. Its states numbered Athens, Sparta and Thebes; it founders were men such as Homer, Pythagoras and Socrates. This account explores the invention of philosophy, mathematics, democracy, drama, classical sculpture and architecture.
Stay up to date with recent advances in the use of ultrasound in early gestation with this comprehensive, full-color reference. First Trimester Ultrasound Diagnosis of Fetal Abnormalities is an authoritative, systematic guide to the role of first trimester ultrasound in pregnancy risk assessment and the early detection of fetal malformations. High-quality illustrations and numerous tables throughout enhance readability, making this text an excellent daily resource in clinical practice.
The definitive and essential source of reference for all laboratories involved in the analysis of human semen.
This simple and easy-to-use guide to fetal echocardiography will help physicians and sonographers obtain a complete evaluation of the normal and abnormal fetal heart. The book is written in a user-friendly style and thoroughly illustrated with ultrasound images accompanied by schematic drawings. This edition presents a comprehensive approach to the examination of the fetal heart and covers all major cardiac malformations. Chapters include color Doppler in fetal echocardiography, three-dimensional ultrasound in fetal echocardiography, first and early second trimester imaging of
The Textbook of Evolutionary Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine updates and expands on the original Textbook of Evolutionary Psychiatry (OUP, 2008) to provide answers to these questions by emphasising an evolutionary perspective on psychiatric and psychosomatic conditions. It explains how the human brain/mind has been shaped by natural and sexual selection; why adaptations to environmental conditions in our evolutionary past may nowadays work in suboptimalways; and how human cognition, emotions, and behaviour can be scientifically framed to improve our understanding of
Imagine being able to experience any motion picture from the inside - no longer a spectator but an integral part- entering any film of your choosing and altering its destiny. Clandestine biotech labs have developed a product that offers this possibility. the micro patterned, bi-directional neurochip, sold in the form of a dissolving blotter triggers this sensory experienc when swallowed. The ultimate thrill has a downside, as repeat users are falling into comas, absorbed in their film worlds.
This third edition provides an overview of the techniques, principles and clinical practice of echocardiography. Beginning with the basic principles of ultrasound and Doppler, and the clinical applications of various echo-modalities including 2-D echo, M-mode scan, Doppler echo and colour flow mapping, the text also includes an account of different echo-windows and normal echo-views along with normal values and dimensions. The following chapters discuss in detail various forms of heart disease including congenital, valvular, coronary, hypertensive and myocardial, with due