Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 768
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Phillip Low, director of one of the best-known laboratories of autonomic function in the world (Mayo), proposes a third edition of this definitive book on clinical autonomic disorders. The autonomic nervous system (ANS) is a regulatory structure that helps people adapt to changes in their environment. It adjusts or modifies some functions in response to stress and regulates blood vessels' size and blood pressure, the movement and work of the stomach, intestine and salivary glands; and the secretion of insulin and the urinary and sexual functions.No financials were available on the two previous editions (a Little Brown title), but Low believes that publication of the second edition (1997) followed too closely on the heels of 1e; altho it, too, received excellent reviews, 2e sold less than expected. Because of an increasing number of autonomic labs, user-friendly software and reasonable reimbursement, the author believes that an updated text is necessary. To 'beef up' the CNS (the...