The Resource Environmental scleroderma : the evidence for external triggers, Maureen D. Mayes, (electronic resource)

Environmental scleroderma : the evidence for external triggers, Maureen D. Mayes, (electronic resource)

Label
Environmental scleroderma : the evidence for external triggers
Title
Environmental scleroderma
Title remainder
the evidence for external triggers
Statement of responsibility
Maureen D. Mayes
Title variation
Environmental scleroderma
Title variation remainder
the evidence for putative triggers
Creator
Speaker
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UkLU-K
Characteristic
representational
Series statement
Gene-environment interactions : role in the modulation of pulmonary and autoimmune disease risks,
Label
Environmental scleroderma : the evidence for external triggers, Maureen D. Mayes, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Animated audio-visual presentation with synchronized narration
  • Title from title frames
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdaconent
Contents
Contents: Lack of well-designed and conducted case-control studies that investigate the association of various occupational or environmental exposures with the subsequent development of systemic sclerosis (SSc, scleroderma) -- Exposure to organic solvents and silica dust (coal, gold and diamond miners, sand blasters and those with similar occupations) as a risk factor for SSc -- Occurrence of scleroderma-like conditions in an epidemic fashion following known exposures including the Toxic Oil Syndrome in Spain (1980s), Eosinophilic Myalgia Syndrome in the United States (1990s), and more recently Nephrogenic Fibrosing Dermopathy associated with renal disease and dialysis -- Demonstration that, at least in certain individuals, exposure to some ingested or intravenous substances can result in severe and long lasting dermal fibrosis -- The theory that retained fetal cells in the maternal system can stimulate an immune response decades after the pregnancy and how this theory could also explain male cases -- HLA compatibility between mother and child and the mechanism by which this could then lead to the widespread fibrosis of skin and other organs that is typical of scleroderma
Control code
HST1076
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (1 streaming video file (25 min.)
File format
one file format
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribers
Media category
  • video
  • computer
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • v
  • c
Medium for sound
other
Other physical details
color, sound)
Publisher number
1076
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.b37231479
Sound
sound
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
  • remote
  • other
System control number
  • HST1076
  • (UkLU-K)AC000390296
System details
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • System requirements: Browser compatibility: updated Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer 8+. Browser settings: enable JavaScript, enable cookies from the Henry Stewart Talks site. Required Desktop Browser plugins & viewers: Updated Adobe Flash Player & Adobe Acrobat Reader. Mobile device & operating system versions: Android v4.0+, iPhone 4+ (iOS v6.x+), iPad 2+ (iOS v6.x+), BlackBerry OS v7.0+, Windows Phone v6.5.1+
Video recording format
other

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