ATLAS OF GROSS PATHOLOGY PDF
Cambridge Core - Pathology and Laboratory Science - Atlas of Gross Pathology - by Alan G. Rose. Access. PDF; Export citation. Contents. pp v-vi. Access. Detailed understanding of gross pathology is mandatory for successful patholo- gists, but this knowledge also provides a sound foundation for those intending to. Detailed understanding of gross pathology is mandatory for successful patholo- This atlas aims to provide a comprehensive illustration and description of a.
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Atlas of gross pathology with histologic correlation. Alan G Rose. Published by Cambridge University Press, New. York, , pp "Atlas of Gross Pathology With Histologic Correlation is a valuable, easy-to-use reference and review atlas, particularly for medical students, nonpathologist. This Atlas series is intended as a “first knowledge base” in the quest for placed on normal histology, gross anatomy, and gross lesion appearances since these.
Hypertext atlas of fetal and neonatal pathology is a free resource for pregraduate students of medicine, pathologists and other health professionals dealing with prenatal medicine. The atlas can be found at http: The access is restricted to registered users. Concise texts summarize the gross and microscopic pathology, etiology, and clinical signs of both common and rare fetal and neonatal conditions.
The texts are illustrated with over images that are accompanied by short comments. The atlas offers histological pictures of high quality. Virtual microscope interface is used to access the high-resolution histological images.
Fetal ultrasound video clips are included. Case studies integrate clinical history, prenatal ultrasonographic examination, gross pathology and histological features. The atlas is available in English and Czech and equipped with an active index.
The atlas is suitable both for medical students and pathologists as a teaching and reference tool. The atlas is going to be further expanded while keeping the high quality of the images. Fetal pathology is a stand-alone discipline of pathology dealing with prenatal development, congenital anomalies and pregnancy failure.
There has been dramatic advance in early prenatal diagnostics of fetal abnormalities that is now offered as a part of routine prenatal care. The affected couple mostly requests pregnancy termination. The main clinical utility of fetal autopsy is confirmation of prenatally diagnosed anomalies in the aborted fetus.
The pathologist has a growing responsibility of reporting and documenting anomalies for the purposes of genetic counselling. There is also an increasing medical interest in identifying the causes of spontaneous fetal loss by means of fetal autopsy [ 1 , 2 ].
There has been no learning resource for the pregraduate students that would reflect the current knowledge and praxis of fetal and neonatal pathology. The standard textbooks offer only marginal depictions of placental pathology and common birth defects. Coping with this unsatisfactory situation we have prepared the multimedia atlas of fetal and neonatal pathology.
Images are further digitally processed and virtual slides are created. Nikon Coolpix on a stand is used to take the macroscopic images. Registration is required to access the atlas. The atlas was uploaded in and has been continuously revised and expanded.
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The atlas exists in Czech and English version. The main chapters cover the principles and terminology of fetal maldevelopement, chromosomal abnormalities, teratogenic agents, malformation syndromes, congenital defects of the individual organ systems, pathology of twinning and pathology of placenta and umbilical cord.
The case studies seem to be quite useful for demonstrating complex malformation syndromes e. The case studies integrate results of prenatal diagnostic tests, pathologic examination and genetic counselling. Ultrasound video clips have been included in the atlas recently. The user is encouraged to compare the gross pathology, histological image if essential for final diagnosis and prenatal video. The atlas is equipped with an active index and a list of authors who contributed by texts or images.
Atlas of Gynecologic Surgical Pathology
Similarly found are female genital tumors correlated with various clinical syn dromes— each of these features not readily found in other standard texts in this form.
Unquestionably, the most notable strength of the textbook, however, is in its illustrative portrayal of disease processes.
Although somewhat shy of the bulk of in situ or gross pathologic demonstrations of gynecologic disease, anatomic drawings, and imaging found in texts elsewhere, an abundance of excellent quality and carefully linked photomicrographs are used, some with special staining, for clinical and pathologic correlation.
The balance of vivid color and largely indexed titles, subtitles, and bulleted text is aesthetically pleasing.
Content of Atlas of Pathology
Given the histopathologic strength of the text, the authors present visual and informational detail at a level that would seem to initially be most beneficial to the pathologist in quest for gynecologic, and to a lesser extent, obstetric, study and correlation. However, for the gynecologic or general surgeon, as well as for residents and medical students who are serious students of pathology, sufficient detail and challenge in this text exist.
This atlas represents, therefore, a worthy addition to the published armamentarium that increasingly crosses the disciplinary interface between the clinical and pathologic approaches to the diagnosis of disease. The large journal, which is much like a book in form and length, provides the best evidence for physicians, allowing them to deduce information and make the most suitable decision for given situations.
The journal is internationally compiled biannually. It tries to identify important clinical questions and to search for and summarize the best available, and most current, evidence to answer those questions. The contents are organized alphabetically into 19 chapters from cardiovascular disorders to wounds.Amyloidosis of the heart.
This article has been published as part of Diagnostic Pathology Volume 3 Supplement 1, Clear schematic drawings illustrate procedures such as the course of infections, etc. Given the histopathologic strength of the text, the authors present visual and informational detail at a level that would seem to initially be most beneficial to the pathologist in quest for gynecologic, and to a lesser extent, obstetric, study and correlation.
Although somewhat shy of the bulk of in situ or gross pathologic demonstrations of gynecologic disease, anatomic drawings, and imaging found in texts elsewhere, an abundance of excellent quality and carefully linked photomicrographs are used, some with special staining, for clinical and pathologic correlation. Eccentric plaque causing narrowing of the coronary artery, estimated to be over 95 percent. There are no similar atlases covering the macroscopic, microscopic and ultrastructural aspects of general pathology all in one.
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