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Case-Study paper Go an ALLIED HEALTH database to get information

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Case-Study paper: Go an ALLIED HEALTH database to get information on the CASE STUDY. Minimum 4 full pages APA format (minimum word count of 1000), typed double spaced, at least five journal references are required, and four must be non-internet based. Use Clinical and Medical terminology. 1) Include treatment and outcome 2) Topics may include any single pathology and disease relevant to this list, pick a topic from the follow: a) Endocrine System; b) Cardiovascular System-the Blood; c) Cardiovascular System-the Heart d) Lymphatic and Immune Systems; e) Urinary System; or f) Respiratory System.

Hi Tondi, I can assist with this question. How about the Lymphatic an Immune system?

Should post tues pm.



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Edited by Toneemarie on 10/27/2010 at 12:03 AM EST

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
<p><strong>At least five journal</strong> references are required, and four must be <strong>non-internet</strong> based. </p><p>Are the refeneces from medical Journals?</p>

I can add a couple more. References from medical books and Medical encyclopedia, one website, and one clinical article.


Also read the following from library reference section.

Did not use direct information but used in research of the subject.




1)Rockson, S.G. (2010). Causes and consequences of lymphatic disease. Center for Lymphatic and Venous Disorders.
Division of Cardiovascular Medicine. U.S. National Library of Medicine. Stanford University. CT.


2)White, R.D. (2007). Anatomy of the deep lymphatic system key to lymphatic drainage. Journal of
the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Gale Group: MI