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During the past decade the ability of surgical pathologists to reach a definitive diagnosis has been greatly enhanced-but also complicated-by the availability of many new markers and innovative immuno- histochemical techniques. In Essentials of Anatomic Pathology, a distinguished panel of experts concisely reviews these 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 bodily organ, the 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. Additional chapters afford background reviews of the fundamentals of general anatomic pathology, including diagnostic molecular pathology, diagnostic electron microscopy, human genetic disorders, forensic pathology, cytopathology, and microbiology for surgical pathologists.
Authoritative and richly detailed, Essentials of Anatomic Pathology concisely summarizes all the critical information every pathologist needs today to recognize, understand, and accurately interpret both gross and light microscopic findings in anatomic pathology specimens.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Staging - bone marrow - cytopathology - electron microscopy - forensic pathology - neuropathology - tissue - tumor
Part I. General Pathology
1 Molecular Diagnostic Pathology
Richard Press and Charli Nesbitt
2 Human Genetic Disorders
Teresa M. Kruisselbrink and Noralane M. Lindor
3 Microbiology for the Surgical Pathologist
4 Diagnostic Electron Microscopy
Moo-Nahm Yum and Michael P. Goheen
5 Forensic Pathology
Jeffrey J. Bernard and Frank P. Miller, III
Fadi W. Abdul-Karim, Claire W. Michael, Robert L. Koscick, and Liang Cheng
Part II. Organ Systems
7 Lymph Node and Spleen
Ellen D. Remstein and Paul J. Kurtin
8 Bone Marrow
William G. Morice and Paul J. Kurtin
Daniel P. Vandersteen and Melanie Triffet-Treviño
Arie Perry and Bernd W. Scheithauer
11 Endocrine Pathology
Brian J. Bock and J. Aidan Carney
12 Bone and Joints
Geza Acs and Jasvir S. Khurana
13 Soft Tissue Tumors
David Schembri-Wismayer and Antonio Nascimento
14 Tumors of the Salivary Glands
Adel K. El-Naggar and John G. Batsakis
Chung Che (Jeff) Chang and Joseph F. Tomashefski, Jr
16 Cardiovascular Pathology
Eric A. Pfeifer and Liang Cheng
Carol F. Farver and Henry D. Tazelaar
Eoghan E. Mooney, Zhengping Zhuang, and Fattaneh A. Tavassoli
19 Vulva, Vagina, Uterus, and Fallopian Tube
Kristen Hobday and Gary Keeney.
20 Ovary and Peritoneum
Kevin Wu and Gary Keeney
21 Placenta and Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
Raymond W. Redline
David G. Bostwick and Liang Cheng
23 Non-Neoplastic Renal Diseases
Donna J. Lager
24 Tumors of the Kidney
Liang Cheng and David G. Bostwick
25 The Urinary Bladder
Liang Cheng, Brian J. Bock, and David G. Bostwick
26 Testis, Penis, and Paratesticular Region
Kenneth A. Iczkowski and John C. Cheville
27Esophagus and Stomach
Sandra M. Spevacek and David G. Bostwick.
28 Small Intestine, Appendix, and Colon
Shaun C. Li and Stanley R. Hamilton
Rhett P. Ketterling and Lawrence J. Burgart
30 Non-Neoplastic Hepatobiliary Disease
Hagen Blaszyk and Kenneth P. Batts.
31 Neoplasms of the Liver and Biliary System
Hagen Blaszyk and Kenneth P. Batts