Oxford Handbook of Clinical Pathology by James Carton

Oxford Handbook of Clinical Pathology

byJames Carton

Paperback | March 8, 2012

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The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Pathology provides an accessible and easy-to-use handbook for medical students and doctors, which succinctly explains the pathology behind important and common diseases relevant to the whole range of medical and surgical specialties. It covers basic generalpathological principles and follows a systems-based approach, highlighting the most common conditions in each area. Macroscopic and microscopic pathological features are described, as well as relevant immunohistochemical, molecular, and genetic information. Up-to-date staging information is provided for all major malignancies, and reference symbols are used to highlight important points and provide quick linksbetween related topics. This essential guide to pathology is an invaluable resource for medical students, pathology trainees, junior doctors, and biomedical scientists.

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Dr. James Carton is a consultant Histopathologist with Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in London.
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Title:Oxford Handbook of Clinical PathologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pagesPublished:March 8, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199591636

ISBN - 13:9780199591633

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Table of Contents

1. Basic pathology2. Infectious diseases3. Vascular pathology4. Cardiac pathology5. Respiratory pathology6. Gastrointestinal pathology7. Hepatobiliary pathology8. Pancreatic pathology9. Renal pathology10. Urological pathology11. Gynaecological pathology12. Breast pathology13. Endocrine pathology14. Haematopathology15. Skin pathology16. Osteoarticular pathology17. Neuropathology18. Multisystem diseases