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- ChapterSource: Panini S, ed. Medical Biochemistry - An Illustrated Review. 1st Edition. Thieme; 2013. doi:10.1055/b-005-148906Comment: Carbohydrates are organic molecules made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen that have the general formula Cn(H2O)n, where n is between 3 and 9. Carbohydrates serve as important fuel stores because their metabolism provides a large part of the energy required by an organism. Their carbon skeletons are also used for the biosynthesis of other compounds.
Osteopathic Screening Exams, Selected From Osteopathic Techniques: The Learner's Guide, Sharon Gustowski, Ryan Seals, and Maria Gentry, 2017Source: Gustowski S, Budner-Gentry M, Seals R, ed. Osteopathic Techniques: The Learner's Guide. 1st Edition. Thieme; 2017. doi:10.1055/b-005-148866Comment: Future osteopathic physicians train their hands and eyes to observe differences that may be important in the overall context of health. Osteopathic screening exams (OSEs) provide a framework within which to “see” a patient. Performing screening exams repetitively in training enables one to develop a critical eye so that gross deformities become obvious, and subtle inequities become the basis for further examination. The exams are intended to be performed expeditiously to direct the physician to areas in need of more focused attention. One OSE should be performed in every comprehensive exam and before a focused musculoskeletal exam.
Skull (A, B), Selected From Color Atlas of Human Anatomy: Vol 1. Locomotor System, Werner Platzer, 2014Source: Platzer W, ed. Color Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol. 1: Locomotor System. 7th Edition. Thieme; 2014. doi:10.1055/b-005-148912Comment: Regions (A, B)|Anterior Facial Regions (A, B)|Orbital Region (A, B)|Lateral Facial Regions (A, B)|Infratemporal Fossa (A–G)|Superior View of the Orbit (A, B)|Occipital Region and Posterior Cervical (Nuchal) Region (A)|Suboccipital Triangle (B)|Lateral Pharyngeal and Retropharyngeal Spaces (A)|Submandibular Triangle (A, B)|Retromandibular Fossa (A)|Medial Cervical Region (A, B)|Thyroid Region (A–G)|Anterolateral Cervical Regions (A, B)|Scalenovertebral Triangle (A)
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