Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting Booklist
We're attending the ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting in San Antonio, TX, from March 17 - 21. Explore our complete range of titles in clinical genetics and genomics and be sure to stop by our booth to purchase these titles and more at a 30% discount!
Barbara B. Biesecker
An essential resource for trainees and mid-career professionals, Advanced Genetic Counseling, is an overdue extension of the field's core curriculum. From navigating ethical dilemmas and potential conflicts of interest to confronting the biases and patterns of thought that can limit counselors' interactions with clients, it prepares readers to face the profession's most challenging aspects with confidence.
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Robin D. Clark
Richly illustrated and packed with pearls of practical wisdom from the authors' decades of practice, Genetic Consultations in the Newborn provides an essential and unmatched resource for navigating one of the most challenging areas of clinical practice. Comprising more than 60 chapters, this book facilitates fast, expert navigation from recognition to management in syndromes that manifest during the newborn period.
2 / 18
Helen V. Firth
Both practical and pertinent, Oxford Desk Reference Clinical Genetics and Genomics is the companion you need by your side during clinical consultations. The second edition is an eagerly anticipated update of the gold standard in the specialty. It covers new developments in the field, particularly the advent of genome-wide sequencing and major updates in cancer. A must-have tool for clinical consultations in genetics.
3 / 18
Gardner and Sutherland's Chromosome Abnormalities and Genetic Counseling (Oxford Monographs on Medical Genetics)
R.J. McKinlay Gardner
Chromosome Abnormalities and Genetic Counseling is the genetics professional's definitive guide to navigating both chromosome disorders and the clinical questions of the families they impact. Completely updated and still infused with the warmth and voice that have made it essential reading for professionals across medical genetics, this edition represents a leap forward in clinical understanding and communication.
4 / 18
Comprising 31 clinical protocols from the world's foremost clinical geneticists, Signs and Symptoms of Genetic Conditions provides a practical manual for the diagnosis and management of common human genetic conditions based on their presenting signs and/or symptoms. Each chapter examines a specific clinical finding and leads the user through a step-by-step approach to a differential diagnosis.
5 / 18
Jurgen W. Spranger
The definitive guide to genetic bone disorders, now revised and expanded with glossy photographs and radiographs. Organized in accordance with the most recent International Nosology and Classification of Genetic Skeletal Disorders, this new Bone Dysplasias distills the insights of a small, world-class author team on diagnosis and clinical approaches to this most difficult class of disorders.
6 / 18
Practical Genetic Counseling for the Laboratory is the first book to codify the theory and practice of laboratory genetic counseling in an accessible and comprehensive format. With contributions from laboratorians, geneticists, and genetic counselors from more than 30 institutions, it offers a manual of standards and practices that will benefit students and counselors at any career stage.
7 / 18
Karen W. Gripp
Thoroughly revised, this new edition of the classic clinical text provides a comprehensive review of physical measurements used in the clinical evaluation of neonates, children, and adults presenting with dysmorphic features, structural anomalies, or genetic syndromes. It has been formatted as a practical manual that can be carried to the clinic or ward for an assessment of physical features and measurements.
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Foundations of Perinatal Genetic Counseling is a practical introduction to the concepts and skills in genetic counseling with clients before and during pregnancy. Authored by genetic counselors at the forefront of contemporary perinatal practice, this all-in-one reference provides an accessible yet comprehensive overview of the field.
9 / 18
Assembled by the world's leading experts, Overgrowth Syndromes is a comprehensive clinical guide to the well-defined genetic disorders (and others that are less well-defined) for which somatic overgrowth is a major manifestation. It is an essential resource for clinicians navigating this set of conditions from clinical presentation all the way to counseling and anticipatory management.
10 / 18
In the new essays collected here, an interdisciplinary group of scholars asks age—old questions about the nature and well-being of humans in the context of a revolutionary new biotechnology—one that has the potential to change the genetic make-up of both existing people and future generations. It addresses the harms posed by gene editing technology—not only physical, but social.
11 / 18
Inherited Metabolic Disease in Adults offers an authoritative clinical guide to the adult manifestations of these challenging and myriad conditions. It is the first book to give a clear and concise overview of how this group of conditions affects adult patients, a that topic will become a growing imperative for physicians across primary and specialized care.
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Ethical Dilemmas in Genetic Counseling: Principles through Case Scenarios is essential reading for anyone interested in the ethical issues surfacing in common genetics practice. Written exclusively by genetic counselors, it makes a significant contribution to the field of ethics in genetics and thus will appeal not only to genetic counselors but all those concerned with bioethics and social science.
13 / 18
Genetic Counseling Research: A Practical Guide (Genetic Counseling In Practice) (Genetic Counselling in Practice)
With a highly accessible, pedagogical approach, Genetic Counseling Research: A Practical Guide is the first text devoted to research methodology in genetic counseling. This text offers step-by-step guidance for conducting research, from the development of a question to the publication of findings. It will be an invaluable resource to the next generation of genetic counseling and its surrounding disciplines.
14 / 18
Virginia P. Sybert
This fully revised and updated edition of Genetic Skin Disorders reflects the most current understanding of the diagnosis, treatment, genetic basis, and differential diagnoses of inherited skin disorders. It offers detailed clinical guidance on the signs, symptoms, mode of inheritance, recurrence risk, and diagnosis of over 300 skin disorders, all in an accessible, at-a-glance format.
15 / 18
Alan E. H. Emery
In this fourth edition of the classic monograph on the topic, the authors provide a thorough update on all aspects of the disorder. This new edition incorporates these advances from the field of molecular biology, and describes the resultant opportunities for screening, prenatal diagnosis, genetic counselling and from recent pioneering work with anti-sense oligonucleotides, the possibility of effective RNA therapy.
16 / 18
Epstein's Inborn Errors of Development: The Molecular Basis of Clinical Disorders of Morphogenesis (Oxford Monographs on Medical Genetics)
This new edition of Inborn Errors of Development provides essays on pathways of development and thoughtful reviews of dysmorphic syndromes for which the causative gene has been identified. The authors of the chapters on each disorder have provided in depth analyses of the role of the gene in the relevant developmental pathway and the mechanism by which mutations in the gene cause the developmental pathology.
17 / 18
Karen H. Rothenberg
Through the use of dramatic narratives, The Drama of DNA brings to life the complexities raised by the application of genomic technologies to health care and diagnosis. This innovative book includes both original genomic plays and theatrical excerpts that illuminate the implications of genomic information and emerging technologies for physicians, scientists, counselors, patients, blood relatives, and society.
18 / 18
Source: Oxford Academic