Normal Structures and Common Artifacts.- Incidental Findings and Lesions of Limited Clinical Significance.- Pediatric Disorders.- Infectious Diseases.- Diseases of Cartilaginous and Noncartilaginous Airways.- Diffuse Nongranulomatous Lung Disorders.- Noninfectious Diffuse Granulomatous Lung Diseases.- Transplant-Related Disorders.- Pneumoconiosis.- Pulmonary Vascular Diseases.- Pulmonary Lymphoproliferative Diseases.- Benign Lung Neoplasms.- Lung Carcinoma.- Malignant Nonepithelial Lung and Pleural Neoplasms.
Atlas of Lung Pathology offers a comprehensive survey of common and uncommon conditions likely to be encountered in a wide range of practices. It begins with a review of normal macroscopic and microscopic lung anatomy followed by practical tips on how to handle the most common specimens received in pathology practice. Non-neoplastic conditions are segregated into logical categories intended to make them easily accessible to quickly offer solutions for diagnostic problems encountered in daily practice. Each illustration was carefully chosen using images drawn from experienced contributors familiar with the challenges of diagnostic pulmonary pathology.
Chen Zhang, MD, PhDDepartment of Pathology and Laboratory MedicineIndiana University School of Medicine 350 West 11th Street, Room 4084Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA
Jeffrey L. Myers, MDDepartment of PathologyMichigan Medicine1301 Catherine Street, SPC 5602Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA