Using the Microscope.- Descriptive Terms in Anatomic Patholgy.- Infection and Inflammation.- Interpreting the Complex Epithelium.- Ditzels.- Esophagus.- Stomach and Duodenum.- Colon and Appendix.- Liver.- Pancreas.- Prostate.- Bladder.- Kidney.- Testis.- Ovary.- Cervix and Vagina.- Uterus.- Placenta.- Breast.- Bone Marrow.- Lymph Node and Spleen.- Lungs and Pleura.- Thymus and Mediastinum.- Thyroid.- Salivary Gland.- Neuroendocrine Neoplasms.- Brain and Meninges.- Skin.- Soft Tissues.- Bone.- A Primer on Immunostains.- So You Want to Get a Job?.
In pathology education within North America, there exists a wide gap in the pedagogy between medical school and residency. As a result, the pathology intern often comes into residency unprepared.
Completely illustrated in color, this book lays the foundation of practical pathology and provides a scaffold on which to build a knowledge base. It includes basic introductory material and progresses through each organ system. Within each chapter, there is a brief review of salient normal histology, a discussion of typical specimen types, a strategic approach to the specimen, and a discussion of how the multitude of different diagnoses relate to each other.
Diana Weedman Molavi MD PhD, Staff Pathologist at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD