Scheuer’s Liver Biopsy Interpretation
by Jay H. Lefkowitch MD
Trusted for more than 50 years by pathologists in practice and in training,Scheuer's Liver Biopsy Interpretationis a well-organized, superbly illustrated guide designed to help solve diagnostic problems at the microscope. Authored by renowned expert Dr. Jay Lefkowitch and reflecting the extensive experience of the late Dr. Peter Scheuer, this practical text containstechnical tips, diagnostic clues, and pearls on all aspects of liver pathology diagnosis, including acute and chronic hepatitis, biliary tract diseases, childhood disorders, and hepatic neoplasms - as well as ancillary topics such as biopsy assessment, laboratory techniques, normal liver histology, and transplantation. Throughout the text,histopathologic features are correlated with clinical features, molecular genetics, and immunohistochemistry to provide a practical account of how pathology impacts the diagnosis and management of liver disease.
Histology for Pathologists 5th Edition
by Stacey Mills (Author)
Filled with more than 1,000 images, the latest edition of this award-winning comprehensive classic—written by anatomic pathologists for anatomic pathologists—has been updated with new information on surgical principles and techniques. Like previous editions, the book is designed to bridge the gap between normal histology and pathologic alterations.
- Now featuring the latest developments and advances made since the previous edition five years ago.
- Unique among pathology textbooks in using human—as opposed to animal—tissues for discussions on histology.
- Essential reading for all anatomic pathologists, and particularly helpful for pathology residents throughout their training.
- Chapters and sections organized by biological system as well as body region.
- Read directly on your preferred device(s), such as computer, tablet, or smartphone.
- Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.
Diagnostic Pathology: Transplant Pathology 2nd Edition
by Anthony C. Chang MD (Author), Matthew R Lindberg MD (Author)
Part of the highly regarded Diagnostic Pathology series, this updated volume by Drs. Anthony Chang and Robert B. Colvin is an ideal point-of-care reference to guide you through the complex realm of transplant pathology. Concise, focused chapters, supported by tables, diagrams, radiographs, and photographs, provide essential information to keep you up to date with the impact of new viral infections, updates from the Banff Allograft Conference, new information on next-generation sequencing, and much more.
- More than 20 experts present their collective knowledge to assist you with different aspects of transplant pathology, including rare issues such as the impact of new viral infections (e.g., the Zika virus on transplant patients who are immunosuppressed)
- Packed with high-quality images that provide examples and potential pitfalls of diagnostic lesions that you are likely to encounter
- Time-saving reference features include bulleted text, tables of diagnostic criteria, annotated images, and an extensive index
- Thoroughly updated content keeps you current with all aspects of transplant immunology and pathology, guiding you expertly through diagnostic challenges such as donor disease, surgical complications, allograft rejection, drug toxicity, opportunistic infections, and/or recurrent or de novo diseases that can occur simultaneously or at different times
- New Banff classifications are integrated into all chapters, covering pathology of all clinical organ transplants, including kidney, heart, lung, liver, pancreas, small bowel, and vascularized composite allografts as well as bone marrow allografts
- New coverage includes next-generation sequencing, which is quickly becoming the standard for HLA testing, as well as new drugs that are in clinical trials for the treatment of antibody-mediated rejection
- Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices
Cytology Diagnostic Principles and Clinical Correlates 5th Edition
by Edmund S. Cibas
Concise yet comprehensive, Cytology: Diagnostic Principles and Clinical Correlates is a practical guide to the diagnostic interpretation of virtually any cytological specimen you may encounter. This highly useful bench manual covers all organ systems and situations in which cytology is used, including gynecologic, non-gynecologic, and FNA samples, with an in-depth differential diagnosis discussion for all major entities. As with previous editions, the revised 5th Edition focuses on practical issues in diagnosis and the use of cytology in clinical care, making it ideal for both trainee and practicing pathologists.
- Uses easy-to-read, bulleted text to provide a quick review of key differential diagnoses, indications and methods, cytomorphologic features, clinical pearls, and tissue acquisition protocols for specific entities.
- Includes coverage of patient management in discussions of pertinent clinical features and emphasizes clinical correlation throughout.
- Examines the role of immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, and molecular biology in resolving difficulties in interpretation and diagnosis.
- Features more than 550 full-color illustrations that provide a real-life perspective of a full range of cytologic findings.
- Discusses hot topics such as new diagnostic biomarkers and their utility in differential diagnosis, the latest Bethesda System classifications/terminology, new techniques, and new adjunct tests.
- Provides an in-depth analysis of common diagnostic pitfalls to assist with daily sign-out and reporting.
- Includes a video on how to perform fine needle aspiration biopsy, from the patient interview and precautions to demonstration of techniques.
Diagnostic Molecular Pathology: A Guide to Applied Molecular Testing
by William B. Coleman
Diagnostic Molecular Pathology: A Guide to Applied Molecular Testing is organized around disease types (genetic disease, infectious disease, neoplastic disease, among others). In each section, the authors provide background on disease mechanisms and describe how laboratory testing is built on knowledge of these mechanisms. Sections are dedicated to general methodologies employed in testing (to convey the concepts reflected in the methods), and specific description of how these methods can be applied and are applied to specific diseases are described. The book does not present molecular methods in isolation, but considers how other evidence (symptoms, radiology or other imaging, or other clinical tests) is used to guide the selection of molecular tests or how these other data are used in conjunction with molecular tests to make diagnoses (or otherwise contribute to clinical workup). In addition, final chapters look to the future (new technologies, new approaches) of applied molecular pathology and how discovery-based research will yield new and useful biomarkers and tests. Diagnostic Molecular Pathology: A Guide to Applied Molecular Testing contains exercises to test readers on their understanding of how molecular diagnostic tests are utilized and the value of the information that can be obtained in the context of the patient workup. Readers are directed to an ancillary website that contains supplementary materials in the form of exercises where decision trees can be employed to simulate actual clinical decisions.
- Focuses on the menu of molecular diagnostic tests available in modern molecular pathology or clinical laboratories that can be applied to disease detection, diagnosis, and classification in the clinical workup of a patient
- Explains how molecular tests are utilized to guide the treatment of patients in personalized medicine (guided therapies) and for prognostication of disease
- Features an ancillary website with self-testing exercises where decision trees can be employed to simulate actual clinical decisions
- Highlights new technologies and approaches of applied molecular pathology and how discovery-based research will yield new and useful biomarkers and tests
Atlas of Soft Tissue and Bone Pathology: With Histologic, Cytologic, and Radiologic Correlations 1st Ed
by Leslie G. Dodd MD (Author), Marilyn M. Bui MD PhD (Author)
This is an abundantly illustrated resource for diagnosis of bone and soft tissue lesions√õa particular challenge due to their rarity and complexity. In addition to carefully selected histologic photographs, this unique atlas enhances standard visual information with illustrations of imaging findings, cytology, and molecular and cytogenetic information. This vivid pictorial survey is arranged in a pattern-oriented approach based on the actual working method used in daily practice. The authors are expert educators in surgical and cytopathology and experienced diagnosticians in the complexities of soft tissue and bone pathology. This richly illustrated and concise reference will be a practical and indispensible tool for general pathologists and pathologists in training, who are required to diagnose bone and soft tissue pathologies. It is also an excellent resource for physicians seeking a quick survey of sarcoma. Key Features:
- Offers a practical, pattern-oriented diagnostic approach that mirrors the working method used in daily practice
- Augments histologic photographs with illustrations of imaging findings, cytology, and molecular and cytogenetic information
- Authored by recognized expert diagnosticians and teachers in the field
Forensic Pathology Review: Questions and Answers 1st Ed
by John M. Wayne MD (Author), Cynthia A. Schandl (Author), S. Erin Presnell MD (Author)
This book is an invaluable tool for studying and reviewing key concepts in forensic pathology. Written in a question-and-answer format, this accessible guide tests readers' knowledge of manner of death, patterns of injury, lab data interpretation, postmortem radiography and imaging, and much more. Over 300 questions, more than half with visual examples, cover both common and more unusual examples of forensic pathology seen in practice. A great resource for preparing for examinations including the American Board of Pathology examination. It provides answers with explanatory rationales for both correct and incorrect answers.
Lever’s Histopathology of the Skin 11th Ed
by David E. Elder MB ChB (Author)
Rely on Lever’s for more accurate, more efficient diagnoses! Continuously in publication for more than 65 years, Lever's Histopathology of the Skin remains your authoritative source for comprehensive coverage of those skin diseases in which histopathology plays an important role in diagnosis. This edition maintains the proven, clinicopathologic classification of cutaneous disease while incorporating a “primer” on pattern-algorithm diagnosis. More than 1800 full-color illustrations, including photomicrographs and clinical photographs, help you visualize and make the most of the clinical diagnostic process.
Fundamentals of Pathology
by Husain A. Sattar (Author)
High-yield outline format covering all major topics in pathology. Integrated review with key concepts from associated disciplines. Perfect for course examinations and board review. Focus on high-yield and highly tested material. Over 350 high-quality, full-color images.
Normal and Pathological Anatomy of the Shoulder 2015th Edition
by Gregory I. Bain (Editor), Eiji Itoi (Editor), Giovanni Di Giacomo (Editor), Hiroyuki Sugaya (Editor)
Normal and Pathological Anatomy of the Shoulder This cutting-edge monograph on advanced clinical anatomy and pathoanatomy of the shoulder, written by the world’s leading authors, reflects recent significant advances in understanding of anatomy and pathology. It is beautifully illustrated with exquisite photographs of anatomical specimens, and