Lippincott Williams & Wilkins is pleased to introduce the second edition of Anderson's Atlas of Hematology, the most comprehensive atlas for the laboratory technologist. Understanding that effectiveness as a technician comes through the ability to identify what one sees under the microscope, this atlas equips students with visual examples of the concepts covered in their programs.
With its four-color illustrations and clear descriptions, this atlas enables you to describe and identify all stages in the development of blood cells. Moreover, it provides an illustrated guide to a broad range of hematologic disorders. Used as a quick reference, study guide, or atlas, this is an invaluable tool for today's laboratory technician student.
Updated and Revised!
This Second Edition of the acclaimed Anderson’s Atlas of Hematology has been thoroughly updated and revised based on the latest basic science and clinical findings. In addition, you’ll find new, higher-quality images as well as the most recent World Health Organization classification of hematologic disorders.
Anderson’s Atlas of Hematology is divided into two units:
- Unit One, Cell Descriptions, features three sections covering blood cells, bone marrow, and cytochemistry. For each cell type, you’ll find a description of the cell size, nucleus, and cytoplasm as well as a list of associated clinical disorders. High-quality photos and drawings illustrate the maturation stages of each cell type.
- Unit Two, Hematologic Disorders, includes three sections dedicated to red blood cell disorders, white blood cell disorders, and miscellaneous disorders.For each disorder, there’s a summary of pathology as well as clinical and laboratory features. In addition, a diagnostic scheme sets forth the relevant laboratory findings that lead to the delineation of each disorder.
Take advantage of this text’s online resources! Anderson’s Electronic Atlas of Hematology and Anderson’s Electronic Atlas of Hematologic Disorders are on the companion website located on thePoint, enabling you to better identify and correlate clinical and laboratory findings with normal and abnormal blood cells. These interactive atlases feature morphologic characteristics with image-driven case studies and quiz banks. It is ideal for exam preparation and competency assessment. Also included are key terms linked to Stedman’s Medical Dictionary and a fully searchable online version of the text.
- 500 cell profiles help build a robust understanding of the images students will encounter in practice
- More examples of normal and disordered cells providing a more useful resource covering everything a student and new clinical laboratory professional needs¦Organized clearly by normal cells and disorders to help keep the right image at a student's fingertips
- Maximum image size, which is more realistic to what the student will see in the microscope
- Normal slides include Size, Nucleus Description, Cytoplasm Description, and Clinical Conditions
- Disorders slides include Clinical Features, Pathology, Laboratory Features, effects on White Blood Cells, Platelets, Red Blood Cells, and Bone Marrow, and Diagnostic Scheme
- NEW! New World Health Organization classifications
- NEW! Image Bank online for faculty and students
- NEW! Interactive Atlas of Hematology and Interactive Atlas of Hematologic Disorders online on accompanying student website.
Table of Contents
Unit I: Cell Descriptions Section A: Blood Cells Chapter 1: Red Blood Cells Chapter 2: White Blood Cells Chapter 3: Megakaryocytes Chapter 4: Comparison of Cells Section B: Bone Marrow Chapter 1: Cellularity Chapter 2: Cells of the Reticuloendothelial System Chapter 3: Nonhematopoietic Cells Section C: Cytochemical Stains Chapter 1: Cytochemical Stains Unit II: Hematologic Disorders Section A: Red Blood Cell Disorders Chapter 1: Erthyrocytosis Chapter 2: Anemias Due to Disordered Iron Metabolism or Heme Synthesis Chapter 3: Megaloblastic Anemias Chapter 4: Hypoproliferative Anemias Chapter 5: Hemoglobinopathies Chapter 6: Hemolytic Anemias Chapter 7: Acute Blood Loss Chapter 8: Anemias Associated With Systemic Disorders Section B: White Blood Cell Disorders Chapter 1: Nonmalignant Leukocyte Disorders Chapter 2. French American British (FAB) Classification of Leukemia Chapter 3. World Health Organization (WHO) Classification of Hematologic Neoplasms Chapter 4. Myeloproliferative Neoplasms Chapter 5. Myelodysplastic/Myeloproliferative Neoplasms Chapter 6. Myelodysplastic Syndromes/Neoplasms (MDS) Chapter 7. Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) and Related Precursor Neoplasms Chapter 8. Precursor Lymphoid Neoplasms Chapter 9. Mature B-cell Neoplasms Chapter 10. Mature T- and NK-cell Neoplasms Chapter 11. Hodgkin Lymphoma Section C: Miscellaneous Disorders Chapter 1: Quantitative Platelet Disorders Chapter 2: Hematologic Disease Associated With Microorganisms Chapter 3: Reticuloendothilial System Storage Disorders