Robbins BASIC PATHOLOGY

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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Atlas of Adult Autopsy

Atlas of Adult Autopsy a Guide to Modern Practice 2016-1

S. Kim Suvarna Editor 2016 A Guide to Modern Practice The autopsy has been declining, not only in the UK but also across the rest of the developed world. This decline reflects advances in ante-mortem special tests (blood tests, surgical biopsies, various ante-mortem radiological techniques, etc.) that provide a much better insight into internal pathology than previously existed. […]

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The Milan System for Reporting Salivary Gland Cytopathology

The Milan System for Reporting Salivary Gland Cytopathology-1

William C. Faquin • Esther Diana Rossi Editors 2018 This atlas is the result of a collaborative effort by a group of cytopathologists, surgical pathologists, molecular pathologists, and head and neck surgeons with the shared goal of developing a practical and uniform reporting system for salivary gland cytopathology. The atlas is cosponsored by the American Society of Cytopathology and […]

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CT and MRI Pathology

CT and MRI Pathology

Michael R. Grey, Jagan M. Ailinani 2018 A Pocket Atlas In this third edition of the CT and MRI Pathology: A Pocket Atlas, several new additions have been included. Probably the first noticeable new addition is the section titled CT and MRI Contrast Agents. This section contains an overview of the pertinent issues concerning contrast agents used in CT […]

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AUTOPSY PATHOLOGY: A MANUAL AND ATLAS

Autopsy Pathology - A Manual and Atlas-1

Andrew J. Connolly Walter E. Finkbeiner Philip C. Ursell Richard L. Davis 2016 The authors are gratified that the first two editions of Autopsy Pathology were well received. Our objective in publishing the third edition remains the same as before— namely, to provide a resource for those learning the art and science of postmortem examinations, with a particular emphasis on […]

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ATLAS OF NEOPLASTIC PULMONARY DISEASE

Atlas of Neoplastic Pulmonary Disease-1

Editors: Armando E. Fraire Philip T. Cagle Richard S. Irwin Dina R. Mody Armin Ernst Shanda Blackmon Timothy C. Allen Megan K. Dishop 2010 The diagnosis of lung cancer and benign pulmonary tumors can be challenging. This diagnosis can be facilitated by the study of images that allow recognition of patterns of disease, both at the clinical and […]

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Frozen Section Library: Pleura

Frozen Section Library. Pleura-1

Philip T. Cagle Timothy Craig Allen 2010 Frozen sections are diagnosed by the pathologist while a patient is undergoing surgery, often under general anesthesia, for the purpose of rapid diagnosis, which may be used to make immediate treatment decisions or to confirm that diagnostic tissues have been sampled for further study.

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Frozen Section Library: Appendix, Colon, and Anus

Frozen Section Library. Appendix, Colon, and Anus-1

Nicole C. Panarelli Rhonda K. Yantiss 2010 Despite many recent advances in ancillary techniques, intraoperative pathology consultation remains one of the most diagnostically and technically challenging areas of surgical pathology. Frozen sections are usually performed while the patient is under general anesthesia and often form the basis for making immediate treatment decisions.

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