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PROSTATE The prostate is a pyramidal fibromuscular gland which surrounds the prostatic urethra from the bladder base to the membranous urethra. It has no true fibrous capsule, but is enclosed by visceral fascia containing neurovascular tissue (Fig. 75.10A,B). The fascia is firmly adherent to the gland and is continuous with a median septum and with […]

JEJUNUM The jejunum has a median external diameter of 4 cm and an internal diameter of 2.5 cm. It has a thicker wall than the ileum, and an extensive arterial blood supply that makes it appear redder than the ileum in the living. The plicae circulares are most pronounced in the proximal jejunum, where they […]

Goldman: Cecil Medicine, 23rd ed. Copyright © 2007 Saunders, An Imprint of Elsevier CHEMOPREVENTION Chemoprevention is the use of pharmacologic interventions to prevent or treat intraepithelial neoplasia or reduce the risk for cancer, or both. Although high-dose isotretinoin is too toxic for long-term use, a randomized trial provided proof of principle by showing that it […]

A Brief History of Spreadsheets Most of us tend to take spreadsheet software for granted. In fact, it may be hard to fathom, but there really was a time when electronic spreadsheets were not available. Back then, people relied instead on clumsy mainframes or calculators and spent hours doing what now takes minutes. It all […]

Upgrading and Repairing Pcs, 17th Edition By Scott Mueller ……………………………………….. Publisher: Que Pub Date: March 24, 2006 Print ISBN-10: 0-7897-3404-4 Print ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-3404-4 Pages: 1608   Table of Contents  | Index     Copyright     About the Author     Acknowledgments     Introduction     Chapter 1.  Development of the PC       Computer HistoryBefore Personal Computers       Modern […]

Introduction Welcome to Upgrading and Repairing PCs, 17th Edition. Since debuting as the first book of its kind on the market in 1988, no other book on PC hardware has matched the depth and quality of the information found in this tome. The 17th edition continues Upgrading and Repairing PCs’ role as not only the […]

About the Author Scott Mueller is president of Mueller Technical Research (MTR), an international research and corporate training firm. Since 1982, MTR has produced the industry’s most in-depth, accurate, and effective seminars, books, articles, videos, and FAQs covering PC hardware and data recovery. MTR maintains a client list that includes Fortune 500 companies, the U.S. […]

PC Diagnostics No matter how well built your PC is and how well written its software, something is eventually going to go wrong, and you might not always have a support system available to resolve the problem. Diagnostic software can be vitally important to you anytime your computer malfunctions or you are in the process […]

Preventive Maintenance Preventive maintenance is the key to obtaining years of trouble-free service from your computer system. A properly administered preventive maintenance program pays for itself by reducing problem behavior, data loss, and component failure and by ensuring a long life for your system. In several cases, I have “repaired” an ailing system with nothing […]

PC Maintenance Tools To troubleshoot and repair PC systems properly, you need a few basic tools. If you intend to troubleshoot and repair PCs professionally, there are many more specialized tools you will want to purchase. These advanced tools enable you to more accurately diagnose problems and make jobs easier and faster. The basic tools […]

Chapter 21. PC Mods: Overclocking and Cooling Modifying, or modding, computer systems has been going on since even before the advent of the PC. In fact, because most of the early personal computers were either made from kits or entirely home built, custom modifications were the norm. And because of that, few systems were exactly […]

Power Cycling Should you turn off a system when it is not in use? To answer this frequent question, you should understand some facts about electrical components and what makes them fail. Combine this knowledge with information on power consumption, cost, and safety to come to your own conclusion. Because circumstances can vary, the best […]

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