Essentials of anatomic pathology

Liang Cheng, David G. Bostwick

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This work provides an outlined-based, all inclusive reference of anatomic pathology for pathologists-in-training and practicing pathologists. This edition is significantly enhanced as it includes hundreds of colour illustrations of the different pathologies on CD-ROM. It also includes an index. Published: June 2005 This second edition of a much praised and widely used reference manual on anatomic pathology has been extensively revised and expanded by a distinguished panel of 70+ internationally recognized experts to cover the entire curriculum of anatomic pathology for a pathology residency training program, including molecular pathology, human genetics, electron microscopy, microbiology for surgical patho; ogists, transplant pathology, and cytopathology. In addition, the authors have incorporated recent advances in molecular pathology, cytology, and immunohistochemistry, adopted the new series of World Health Organization classification books, and used the 2002 TNM staging system and classifications throughout the book. Several new chapters on transplant pathology, the spleen, non-neoplastic skin diseases, the head and neck, the eye and ocular adnexae, the vulva and vagina, and the penis and scrotum significantly expand the book's coverage. The 2000+ new black-and-white images added to the text are also available in full color on a companion CD-ROM packaged with each book. The comprehensive, evidence-based practice information is presented in an outline format that is clear and easy to follow. A CD-ROM version of the book, including the color images, is sold separately (ISBN 1-59259-926-5). This second edition of a much praised and widely used reference manual on anatomic pathology has been extensively revised and expanded by a distinguished panel of 70+ internationally recognized experts to cover the entire curriculum of anatomic pathology for a pathology residency training program, including molecular pathology, human genetics, electron microscopy, microbiology for surgical patho;ogists, transplant pathology, and cytopathology. In addition, the authors have incorporated recent advances in molecular pathology, cytology, and immunohistochemistry, adopted the new series of World Health Organization classification books, and used the 2002 TNM staging system and classifications throughout the book. Several new chapters on transplant pathology, the spleen, non-neoplastic skin diseases, the head and neck, the eye and ocular adnexae, the vulva and vagina, and the penis and scrotum significantly expand the book's coverage. The 2000+ new black-and-white images added to the text are also available in full color on a companion CD-ROM packaged with each book. The comprehensive, evidence-based practice information is presented in an outline format that is clear and easy to follow. A CD-ROM version of the book, including the color images, is sold separately (ISBN 1-59259-926-5). Recommended book by the Training and Education Committee of the Association of Molecular Pathology for those preparing for the Molecular Genetic Pathology board exam administered by the American Board of Pathology and the American Board of Pathology. Reviews of the First Edition: "This book has many great qualities: it is written by an impressive panel of authoritative experts; it is concise yet complete; it is well structured, practical, and easy to consult...Essentials of Anatomic Pathology achieves the challenging task of incorporating information on new ancillary tools in a general reference on anatomic pathology and at the same time rendering it in a readily accessible format without sacrificing substance. For practicing surgical pathologists, it is an up-to-date practical source of information for daily sign-out." -The American Journal of Surgical Pathology Recommended book by the Training and Education Committee of the Association of Molecular Pathology for those preparing for the Molecular Genetic Pathology board exam administered by the American Board of Pathology and the American Board of Pathology. Reviews of the First Edition: "This book has many great qualities: it is written by an impressive panel of authoritative experts; it is concise yet complete; it is well structured, practical, and easy to consult...Essentials of Anatomic Pathology achieves the challenging task of incorporating information on new ancillary tools in a general reference on anatomic pathology and at the same time rendering it in a readily accessible format without sacrificing substance. For practicing surgical pathologists, it is an up-to-date practical source of information for daily sign-out." -The American Journal of Surgical Pathology In this second edition, a distinguished panel of experts concisely interprets recent diagnostic advances in classic pathology to produce a readily accessible guide that helps the practicing pathologist achieve accurate everyday diagnoses. Arranging the important diagnostic features of the most common diseases and tumors by organ systems, this book provides for each disease the pertinent clinical information, its salient diagnostic features, relevant ancillary data (e.g., immunohistochemical profiles), the main differential diagnoses, and the latest tumor staging information, thus ensuring easy access to all the information essential for case sign-out. Authoritative and richly detailed, Essentials of Anatomic Pathology, 2nd Ed., is significantly enhanced as it includes hundreds of color illustration of the different pathologies on a DVD. It also includes a valuable index for rapid access to specific content.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherHumana Press
Number of pages1454
ISBN (Print)9781588294609
DOIs
StatePublished - 2006

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Essentials of anatomic pathology. / Cheng, Liang; Bostwick, David G.

Humana Press, 2006. 1454 p.

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Cheng, Liang ; Bostwick, David G. / Essentials of anatomic pathology. Humana Press, 2006. 1454 p.
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Arranging the important diagnostic features of the most common diseases and tumors by organ systems, this book provides for each disease the pertinent clinical information, its salient diagnostic features, relevant ancillary data (e.g., immunohistochemical profiles), the main differential diagnoses, and the latest tumor staging information, thus ensuring easy access to all the information essential for case sign-out. Authoritative and richly detailed, Essentials of Anatomic Pathology, 2nd Ed., is significantly enhanced as it includes hundreds of color illustration of the different pathologies on a DVD. It also includes a valuable index for rapid access to specific content.

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The 2000+ new black-and-white images added to the text are also available in full color on a companion CD-ROM packaged with each book. The comprehensive, evidence-based practice information is presented in an outline format that is clear and easy to follow. A CD-ROM version of the book, including the color images, is sold separately (ISBN 1-59259-926-5). Recommended book by the Training and Education Committee of the Association of Molecular Pathology for those preparing for the Molecular Genetic Pathology board exam administered by the American Board of Pathology and the American Board of Pathology. Reviews of the First Edition: "This book has many great qualities: it is written by an impressive panel of authoritative experts; it is concise yet complete; it is well structured, practical, and easy to consult...Essentials of Anatomic Pathology achieves the challenging task of incorporating information on new ancillary tools in a general reference on anatomic pathology and at the same time rendering it in a readily accessible format without sacrificing substance. For practicing surgical pathologists, it is an up-to-date practical source of information for daily sign-out." -The American Journal of Surgical Pathology Recommended book by the Training and Education Committee of the Association of Molecular Pathology for those preparing for the Molecular Genetic Pathology board exam administered by the American Board of Pathology and the American Board of Pathology. Reviews of the First Edition: "This book has many great qualities: it is written by an impressive panel of authoritative experts; it is concise yet complete; it is well structured, practical, and easy to consult...Essentials of Anatomic Pathology achieves the challenging task of incorporating information on new ancillary tools in a general reference on anatomic pathology and at the same time rendering it in a readily accessible format without sacrificing substance. For practicing surgical pathologists, it is an up-to-date practical source of information for daily sign-out." -The American Journal of Surgical Pathology In this second edition, a distinguished panel of experts concisely interprets recent diagnostic advances in classic pathology to produce a readily accessible guide that helps the practicing pathologist achieve accurate everyday diagnoses. Arranging the important diagnostic features of the most common diseases and tumors by organ systems, this book provides for each disease the pertinent clinical information, its salient diagnostic features, relevant ancillary data (e.g., immunohistochemical profiles), the main differential diagnoses, and the latest tumor staging information, thus ensuring easy access to all the information essential for case sign-out. Authoritative and richly detailed, Essentials of Anatomic Pathology, 2nd Ed., is significantly enhanced as it includes hundreds of color illustration of the different pathologies on a DVD. It also includes a valuable index for rapid access to specific content.

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