Be on schedule.Score better.

EN

Topic:  Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia For this disease, you will write a short paper (no more than 1000 words total)

Topic:  Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

For this disease, you will write a short paper (no more than 1000 words total) addressing each of the following:

1) What is the genetic basis of the disease?

2) What is the molecular basis of the disease? (what is abnormal at the cellular, biochemical, or molecular level?)

3) What are the physiologic implications of the disease? (what is abnormal about the physiology of people with this disease?)

4) What are the treatment options?

Each of these questions can be addressed sufficiently in one paragraph (250 words or less for each question).

Requirements


Resources

An important objective of this exercise is to find reliable information that is pertinent to your needs. You could start with standard textbooks, such as Harrison’s Textbook of Medicine, or Ganong’s Review of Medical Physiology. An excellent array of textbooks is available to you through the UF library. A disadvantage of relying solely on this approach, however, is that textbooks are rarely current. After gathering general information, you might wish to consult reliable information on the world-wide web. There are several sites which exist for the purpose of teaching. For example, see

Another great place to start, however, is the national repository of all peer-reviewed medical literature (since 1966),
PubMed. This site is accessed through the National Library of Medicine, and can be found at the following site:

In PubMed, you will be able to find both primary literature and reviews which will be useful.

Table of Contents

[display_short_calculator]

Latest Reviews

Impressed with the sample above? Wait there is more

Related Questions

Due process or Criminal Control models

Using either the Due process or Criminal Control models of criminal justice, agree or disagree with the  recent Supreme Court ruling of requiring warrants for

New questions

Don't Let Questions or Concerns Hold You Back - Make a Free Inquiry Now!