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G *Gadolinium, for MRI -- Gastric -- Gastrin (G) cells -- Gastrointestinal disease Gastrointestinal dysfunction, autonomic -- Gene(s) Gene amplification -- Genetics Genetic therapy, for sickle cell disorders -- Ghon lesion Gianotti-Crosti syndrome (papular acrodermatitis of childhood) -- Glomerular injury Glomerular proteinuria -- Glucocorticoids Gluconeogenesis -- Golfer's elbow Goltz's syndrome, genetics -- Gonococcal infections -- Gonococcemia -- Growth disorders Growth hormone (GH) -- Gynecomastia

 

Gadolinium, for MRI [ch362 13]

Gaisböck's syndrome (stress erythrocytosis) [ch36 19] [ch111 7]

Gait

apraxic [ch21 85]

astasia-abasia [ch21 90]

cerebellar ataxic [ch21 87]

choreoathetotic [ch21 86]

disturbances of [ch21 61-90]

differential diagnosis [ch21 79-90]

and dizziness [ch20 75]

pathogenesis [ch21 70]

examination [ch360 39-42]

hemiparetic [ch21 80]

paraparetic [ch21 81]

parkinsonian [ch21 84]

sensory ataxic [ch21 88]

steppage [ch21 82]

vestibular [ch21 89]

waddling [ch21 83]

Galactokinase deficiency [ch351]

Galactorrhea [ch338 5-13]

diagnosis [ch338 12]

differential diagnosis [ch338 7-11] [ch338 Table1]

drug-induced [ch69 Table1]

headache and [ch15 9]

treatment [ch338rx1]

Galactose [ch285 11]

metabolism [ch351 5]

Galactosemia [ch351] [ch67 6]

classic [ch351 1]

clinical features [ch351 10]

defined [ch351 1]

diagnosis [ch351 11-13]

genetics [ch65 104] [ch65 136]

screening for [ch67 22]

pathogenesis [ch351 2-9]

treatment [ch351rx1]

Galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase (GALT) deficiency [ch67 6] [ch351 1-14]

Galerina, hepatotoxicity [ch296 1]

Gallavardin effect [ch34 12]

Gallbladder

collapsed [ch93 28]

function [ch302 10-11]

imaging [ch291 Table1]

porcelain [ch302 53]

"strawberry" [ch302 64]

Gallbladder disease [ch302 12-64]

cancer of [ch93 31]

cholecystitis [ch302 38-61]

congenital anomalies [ch302 12]

fistula [ch302 51]

gallstones [ch302 13-37]

 

[see also: Gallstones]

gangrene [ch302 50]

hydrops [ch302 49]

limey (milk of calcium) bile [ch302 53]

obesity and [ch75 22]

papillary dysfunction and stenosis [ch302 59]

perforation [ch302 50]

Gallium nitrate

for hypercalcemia [ch354 129]

for urothelial tract malignancies [ch96 Table3]

Gallium scans

and fever diagnosis [ch125 19]

for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma [ch113 32]

for osteomyelitis [ch132 19]

for respiratory disease [ch251 7]

in sarcoidosis [ch320 Figure2] [ch320 37] [ch320 43]

Gallstones [ch302 13-37]

biliary sludge [ch302 20]

cholecystectomy for [ch302 33-35]

cholesterol [ch302 Figure1] [ch302 15-24] [ch302 Table1]

diagnosis [ch302 Figure2] [ch302 26-29] [ch302 Table2]

dissolution [ch302 36-37]

drug-induced [ch69 Table1]

and gallbladder cancer [ch93 31]

ileus [ch302 52]

mixed [ch302 15-24]

natural history [ch302 32-33]

from oral contraceptives [ch337 123]

and pancreatitis [ch304 26] [ch304 30]

pathogenesis [ch302 13-25]

pheochromocytoma and [ch333 24]

pigment (bilirubin) [ch294 7] [ch302 14] [ch302 25] [ch302 Table1]

in pregnancy [ch302 21]

symptoms [ch302 30-31]

treatment [ch302rx1]

Gamete-intrafallopian transfer (GIFT) [ch337 99]

Gamma-glutamyltranspeptidase (GGT) [ch292 15] [ch292 Table1]

Gamma heavy chain diseases (Franklin's disease) [ch114 33]

Gamma motor neurons [ch21 Figure2] [ch21 14]

Gamma ray radiation therapy, for cancer [ch86 21]

Ganciclovir [ch183 23-26]

adverse effects [ch183 25] [ch308 244]

for CMV [ch183 23-24] [ch183 Table1] [ch187 30-31] [ch187 33] [ch308 200]

encephalitis [ch379 38]

esophagitis [ch283 50]

for HSV [ch183 23]

resistance [ch183 26]

for VZV [ch183 23]

Gan Gan virus [ch200 79]

Ganglion cells (retina) [ch28 3]

Ganglionic blocking agents [ch70 74] [ch70 88]

for hypertension [ch246 60]

Gangliosidosis

GM2 [ch346 15-18] [ch346 Table1] [ch376 43]

Gangliosidosis, GM2 [ch376 43]

Gangosa [ch175 14]

Gangrene

gas [ch133 20-22] [ch133 25]

 

[see also: Gas gangrene]

hemolytic streptococcal

 

[see: Necrotizing fasciitis, streptococcal]

treatment [ch133 27]

Gangrenous calcification, in renal failure [ch383 118]

Gardner-Diamond syndrome, purpura [ch57 106]

Gardnerella-associated vaginal discharge

 

[see: Vaginosis, bacterial]

Gardnerella vaginalis [ch129 24] [ch129 28-37]

nucleic acid probes [ch121 27]

Gardner's syndrome [ch92 37] [ch92 63] [ch92 Table5]

lesions [ch57 69]

Gareis-Mason syndrome (MASA syndrome) [ch363 Table1]

Gaseousness [ch41 42]

Gas exchange

anatomic dead space component [ch250 29]

in bronchitis/emphysema [ch258 23] [ch258 59]

diffusion of O2 and CO2 [ch250 32]

disturbances [ch250 28-58]

hypoxemia and hypercapnia [ch250 47-52]

measurement [ch250 35-46]

physiologic features [ch250 28-34]

ventilation-perfusion matching [ch250 33-34]

Gas gangrene [ch133 20-22] [ch133 25]

clostridial [ch148 24-27]

antitoxin [ch148 41]

treatment [ch148 41-42]

Gas-liquid chromatography assays [ch121 5] [ch121 23]

Gasterophilus [ch393 25]

Gastric acid

as antimicrobial defense [ch128 14]

basal output (BAO) [ch284 14]

in Zollinger-Ellison syndrome [ch284 170]

maximal output (MAO) [ch284 14]

mucosal defenses [ch284 Figure2] [ch284 17-21]

peak output (PAO) [ch284 14]

and secretin secretion [ch304 2]

secretion [ch284 4-13]

cephalic, gastric, and intestinal phases [ch284 9]

inhibition [ch284 11]

measurement [ch284 14-16]

secretory studies [ch281 24]

Gastric adenocarcinoma [ch92 9-22]

clinical features [ch92 14-16]

diagnosis [ch92 17-19]

diffuse type [ch92 11]

etiology [ch92 12-13] [ch92 Table2]

incidence and epidemiology [ch92 9-10]

intestinal type [ch92 11]

pathology [ch92 11-13]

staging [ch92 Table3]

treatment [ch92rx2]

Gastric aspiration, and metabolic alkalosis [ch50 54]

Gastric atrophy [ch284 137]

Gastric carcinoma

and biliary obstruction [ch104 18]

and GI bleeding [ch44 14]

Helicobacter pylori and [ch92 12] [ch156 6] [ch284 146-147]

after peptic ulcer surgery [ch284 119]

Gastric erosions, and GI bleeding [ch44 9]

Gastric hypersecretion, glucocorticoid use and [ch332 174]

Gastric inhibitory peptide (GIP) [ch284 11]

Gastric lavage, for poisoning/drug overdosage [ch391 22] [ch391 35] [ch391 36]

Gastric lymphoma

endoscopy for [ch282 17]

Helicobacter pylori and [ch284 149]

primary [ch92 23-24]

treatment [ch92rx3]

Gastric mucus [ch284 Figure2] [ch284 17-21]

Gastric polyps, endoscopy for [ch282 18]

Gastric (nonlymphoid) sarcoma [ch92 25]

Gastric ulcers (GU) [ch284 1] [ch284 78-93]

 

[see also: Peptic ulcers]

and adenocarcinoma [ch92 13]

bleeding [ch44 10] [ch284 85]

clinical features [ch284 84-85]

diagnosis [ch284 Figure10] [ch284 86-89]

endoscopy for [ch282 16] [ch284 87]

etiology and pathogenesis [ch284 81-83]

Helicobacter and [ch284 82] [ch284 89]

treatment [ch284 90]

from mechanical ventilation [ch266 27]

NSAIDs and [ch284 125] [ch284 Table5]

surgery for [ch284 101]

treatment [ch284rx2]

Gastric varices, bleeding [ch44 11] [ch44 22]

Gastric

catecholamines and [ch70 49]

measurement

in diarrhea [ch42 52]

in peptic ulcer [ch284 Table7]

and ulcers [ch284 5-6]

 

G *Gadolinium, for MRI -- Gastric -- Gastrin (G) cells -- Gastrointestinal disease Gastrointestinal dysfunction, autonomic -- Gene(s) Gene amplification -- Genetics Genetic therapy, for sickle cell disorders -- Ghon lesion Gianotti-Crosti syndrome (papular acrodermatitis of childhood) -- Glomerular injury Glomerular proteinuria -- Glucocorticoids Gluconeogenesis -- Golfer's elbow Goltz's syndrome, genetics -- Gonococcal infections -- Gonococcemia -- Growth disorders Growth hormone (GH) -- Gynecomastia

Galactokinase Deficiency

Galactorrhea

Galactosemia

Galactosiliodosis

Gallbladder Tumors

Gallbladder Mucocele

Gallbladder Gangrene

Gallbladder Cancer

Gamma Heavy Chain Diseases

Gangliosidosis

Ganser Syndrome

Gardner's Syndrome

Gardnerella

Gas Gangrene

Gastric Ulcers

Gastric Atrophy

Gastric Adenocarcinoma

Gastric Lymphoma

Gastric Volvulus

Gastric Outlet Obstruction

Gastric Sarcoma

Gastrinoma

Gastritis, Stress-induced

Gastritis, Infectious

Gastritis, Atrophic

Gastritis, Chronic

Gastritis, Acute

Gastroenteritis, Viral

Gastroenteritis, Bacterial

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Lower

Gastrointestinal Amyloidosis

Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Upper

Gaucher Disease

Gay Bowel Syndrome

Generalized Essential Telangiectasia

Germ Cell Tumors

Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia

Gianotti-Crosti Syndrome (Papular Acrodermatitis of Childhood)

Giant Condylomata Acuminata of Buschke and Loewenstein

Giardiasis

Gilbert's Syndrome

Glanders

Glanzmann's Thrombasthenia

Glioblastoma Multiforme

Glomerulonephritis, Chronic

Glomerulonephritis, Poststreptococcal

Glomerulonephritis, Nonstreptococcal Postinfectious

Glomerulonephritis, Acute

Glomerulonephritis, Membranoproliferative

Glomerulonephritis, Sclerosing

Glomerulonephritis, Rapidly Progressive

Glomerulonephritis, Crescentic

Glomerulonephritis, Diffuse Proliferative

Glomerulonephritis, Focal

Glomerulonephritis, Mesangial

Glomerulonephritis, Mesangiocapillary

Glomerulonephritis, Segmental

Glomerulonephritis, Membranous

Glomerulosclerosis

Glomus Tumor

Glucagonoma Syndrome

Glucagonomas

Glucose-6-phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency

Glucose Intolerance

Glucose-6-phosphatase Deficiency

Glucose and Galactose Malabsorption

Glugagonoma

Glutamic Acid Dehydrogenase Deficiency

Glutaric Aciduria

Glutathione Reductans Deficiency

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type V (McArdle's Disease)

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type IV (Andersen's Disease)

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type VI (Hers' Disease)

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type II (Pompe Disease)

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type Ib

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type III (Cori's Disease)

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type Ia (Von Gierke's Disease)

Glycogen Storage Disease, Type VII (Tarui's Disease)

Glycogen Synthetase Deficiency

Glycogenosis

Goiter, Toxic Nodular

Goiter, Lithium Induced

Goiter

Goiter, Diffuse Toxic

Goiter, Nontoxic

Gonadotropin Deficiency

Gonococcal Infections

Goodpasture's Syndrome

Gout

Graft Versus Host Disease

Graft-versus-host Disease

Granular Cell Tumors

Granulocytopenia

Granuloma Inguinale (Donovanosis)

Granuloma Annulare

Granuloma Faciale

Granuloma Gluteale Infantum

Granuloma Faciale

Granulosa-theca Cell Tumors

Granulosis Rubra Nasi

Graves Disease

Growth Hormone Deficiency

Guinea Worm

Gynecomastia