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Pathology Case Study: Newborn with intracranial mass
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(This case study was added to OER Commons as one of a batch of over 700. It has relevant information which may include medical imagery, lab results, and history where relevant. A link to the final diagnosis can be found at the end of the case study for review. The first paragraph of the case study -- typically, but not always the clinical presentation -- is provided below.)

In the 35th week of gestation a fetal sonography was performed which showed a parietal mass. Anamnestic examination of the African mother revealed a history of minor abdominal trauma. In the 28th week of gestation she had slipped on a wet floor, but had not experienced any subsequent hematoma or vaginal bleeding. She was otherwise well and had no signs of infectious disease; in particular, anti-HIV-antibodies were negative. She had lived in Germany throughout her pregnancy. In the 38th week of gestation the diameter of the parietal mass was about 5 cm. A Caesarian section was performed at this stage. Laboratory investigations were normal, apart from reduced prothrombin time (PT) (Normalized Ratio 0.11; normal range 0.9-1.2) and the mother had no abnormal coagulation. After vitamin K substitution and application of fresh frozen plasma, the PT was within normal range. No jaundice or swelling of lymph nodes was observed. Both the neonate and his mother had the identical blood group, B positive. No macroscopic abnormalities of the placenta or umbilical cord were observed. The entire mass was removed at surgery. Postoperatively, the boy recovered well. Neurological examination showed slightly reduced spontaneous movement of the right side. Two weeks later, both mother and son were discharged from hospital.

Applied Science
Health, Medicine and Nursing
Life Science
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Case Study
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
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Department of Pathology
Andreas Gabelmann
Anna-Leena Sirén
Christoph Schindler
Clemens Sommer
Peter Möller
Rüdiger Klein
Stefanie Scheil
Torsten Horn
Ulrich Kunz
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Video Production Handbook
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1: Development
1.1: Determining Your Distribution Outlet
1.2: Understanding Your Audience
1.3: Production Styles
1.4: Video Formats
2: Releases and Contracts
2.1: Legal Protections
2.2: Image Licensing
2.3: Music Licensing
3: Scripting and Formats
3.1: Rundowns, Formats and Storyboards
3.2: Single-Column Scripts
3.3: Multi-Column Scripts
3.4: Three-Act Structure
4: Production Preparation
4.1: Planning to Shoot
4.2: The Production Bible
4.3: The Business of Filmmaking
5: Funding
5.1: The Business Plan and The Production Plan
5.2: The Film Proposal
5.3: Grants
5.4: Fellowships
5.5: Other Funding Avenues
5.6: Film Festivals
6: Set Etiquette
6.1: Who Does What
6.2: The Director's Commands
6.3: When the Shooting Stops
7: Camera Functions
7.1: DSLR vs. Mirrorless vs. Camcorders
7.2: Memory Cards
7.2.1: Formatting the SD (Memory) Card
7.3: Manual Mode
7.4: Iris/Aperture
7.5: Depth of Field
7.6: Neutral Density Filters
7.7: Gain and ISO
7.8: Focus
7.9: Frame Rate and Shutter Speed
7.10: White Balance
7.11: Lenses
8: Video Aesthetics
8.1: Basic Shot Sizes
8.2: Camera Position
8.3: Camera Movements
8.4: Lens Movements
8.5: Video Composition
8.6: Critical Focus
9: Lighting
9.1: Measuring Light
9.2: Types of Lamps
9.3: Qualities of Light
9.4: Common Lights
9.5: Light Modification and Control
9.6: Lighting Design
10: Sound
10.1: Elements of Sound
10.2: Microphones
10.2.1: Microphones Used in Video Production
10.2.2: Polar Patterns
10.3: Audio Connectors
10.4: Controlling Sound with a Video Camera
10.5: Location Audio
11: Planning/Organizing for the Edit
11.1: The Art and Craft of Editing
12: Nonlinear Systems and Requirements
12.1: Nonlinear Systems and Requirements
13: Formats/Compression
13.1: Formats/Compression
14: Editing Workflow/Assembly
14.1: Editing Workflow/Assembly
15: Rough Cuts
15.1: Rough Cuts
16: The Finishing Process
16.1: Steps of the Finishing Process
16.2: Fixing Transition Mistakes
16.3: Fixing Titles and Graphics
16.4: Fixing Color and Exposure
16.5: Video scopes for post-production
16.6: Video Tutorials on Color and Audio techniques

Career and Technical Education
Film and Music Production
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Christopher Clemens
Jennifer Vaughn
Misha Antonich
Sshlisky Peralta Edu
Steve Shlisky
Vina Cera
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