Robbins Essential Pathology

Robbins Essential Pathology 1st Edition 2020-1

Vinay Kumar Abul K. Abbas Jon C. Aster Andrea T. Deyrup 2021 We are pleased to present a new member on the  Robbins  family connected to the roots. In the preface of the first edition of Textbook of Pathology-With Clinical Applications (published in  1957), Stanley Robbins laid down the guiding principles of his new book: “the subject matter […]

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Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods

Henrys Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods 24th Edition-1

Richard A. McPherson Matthew R. Pincus 2022 Clinical laboratory measurements form the scientific basis upon which medical diagnosis and management of patients is established. These results constitute the largest section of the medical record of patients, and laboratory examinations will only continue to grow in number as new procedures are offered and well-established ones are […]

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Autopsy in the 21st Century

Autopsy in the 21st Century 1st Edition-1

Jody E. Hooper • Alex K. Williamson Editors 2019 Best Practices and Future Directions Every 5 years or so, another paper is published reaffirming the continuing clinical value of the autopsy in uncovering unsuspected clinical diagnoses, many of which could, if treated, have altered the course of the patient’s care. It is somewhat intriguing that […]

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Soft Tissue Tumors of the Skin

Soft Tissue Tumors of the Skin 1st Edition-1

Editors: Steven D. Billings, Rajiv M. Patel, Darya Buehler 2019 Soft tissue pathology is arguably the most challenging area in dermatopathology. Cutaneous soft tissue tumors are relatively rare, have significant histologic overlap, and yet encompass a remarkable morphological diversity of entities. This book is our effort to provide a comprehensive, but succinct and well-illustrated, survey […]

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Pathology of the Placenta

Pathology of the Placenta A Practical Guide 1st Edition-1

Editors: T. Yee Khong, Eoghan E. Mooney, Peter G. J. Nikkels, Terry K. Morgan, Sanne J. Gordijn 2019 The placenta is one of the most misunderstood and neglected tissues in anatomical pathology. It is a transient organ lasting only for the duration of a pregnancy and yet is of immense value to clinicians in understanding […]

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Pathology of Graft vs. Host Disease

Pathology of Graft vs

Editors: Cecilia C. S. Yeung, Howard M. Shulman 2019 In 45 years, HSCT has emerged from a last-ditch experimental effort to cure hematologic malignancies into an established treatment with hundreds of transplant centers throughout the world. Despite the numerous technological advances leading to successful outcomes, GVHD with its associated immunodeficiency and infectious vulnerability remains the […]

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Lymph Node Pathology for Clinicians

Lymph Node Pathology for Clinicians 1st Edition-1

Michel R. Nasr, Anamarija M. Perry, Pamela Skrabek 2019 Lymph node pathology is a complex and rapidly evolving field that requires integration of morphologic findings with a number of ancillary studies, as well as clinical information, to diagnose neoplastic and nonneoplastic hematopoietic disorders. Lymphoma classification has evolved significantly over the last few decades; currently, the 2016 Revision of […]

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Robbins Basic Pathology 2017-1

Vinay Kumar Abul K. Abbas Jon C. Aster 2018 The tenth edition is an important milestone in the life of a textbook. This occasion is a propitious time to look back on the origins of Basic Pathology, which are summed up best by quoting Stanley Robbins from the preface of the first edition (1971): “Of books as well as men, […]

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