Atlas of Gross Pathology: With Histologic Correlation by Alan G. RoseAtlas of Gross Pathology: With Histologic Correlation by Alan G. Rose

Atlas of Gross Pathology: With Histologic Correlation

byAlan G. Rose

Hardcover | August 25, 2008

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This atlas provides a comprehensive illustration and description of a wide range and number of pathologic processes and diseases affecting all the major organs of the body. Emphasis is placed on how the anatomic structure of different organs may determine the pattern of involvement by disease processes and how such patterns may aid in the correct diagnosis of the gross pathology. In some cases, multiple illustrations of disease processes are given to show evolution of the disease. Histologic illustrations of selected gross lesions are also included where relevant. The atlas is illustrated with more than 1,200 color photomicrographs. Atlas of Gross Pathology is essential for practicing pathologists, but can also provide a solid foundation for surgeons, internists, and obstetricians/gynecologists.
Title:Atlas of Gross Pathology: With Histologic CorrelationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:672 pages, 10.98 × 8.46 × 1.77 inPublished:August 25, 2008Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521868793

ISBN - 13:9780521868792

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Table of Contents

1. Cardiac diseases; 2. Pulmonary pathology; 3. Kidneys, ureters, and urinary bladder; 4. Liver, biliary system, and pancreas; 5. Salivary glands and GIT; 6. Female genital tract and breast; 7. Diseases of the male genital system; 8. Bones and joints; 9. Spleen, lymph nodes, and thymus; 10. Endocrine system; 11. Nervous system.

Editorial Reviews

"Atlas of Gross Pathology With Histologic Correlation is a valuable, easy-to-use reference and review atlas, particularly for medical students, nonpathologist physicians, and pathology residents. Practicing pathologists might enjoy using the book to review disease processes infrequently encountered in day-to-day practice."
--Journal of the American Medical Association