Books for Pathologists
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Revised: 14 October 2014
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Pathology Books: general surgical pathology anatomy autopsy bioterrorism board review breast cardiovascular cytopathology dermatopathology electron microscopy endocrine eye forensic GI GU grossing gynecologic head and neck hematopathology histology history IHC immunology informatics kidney lab medicine law liver lung mediastinum/serosa medical dictionaries medical writing microbiology molecular muscle neuropathology oncology other parasitology pediatric placenta soft tissue & bone statistics stem cells transfusion
Dermatology Books: cosmetic dermoscopy general infectious pediatric surgery tumors
Books by author: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Tadrous: Diagnostic Criteria Handbook in Histopathology: A Surgical Pathology Vade Mecum
By Paul J Tadrous
2008 (1st ed), 448 pages, $120 list
The Diagnostic Criteria Handbook is designed to help histopathologists get through more workload in any working day. Rapid access is facilitated by a bullet-point, tabular and diagrammatic style, as well as by handy anatomical diagrams, guidance on the ‘Cut-Up’ with emphasis on core ‘datasets’ and by a special index for frozen section advice, grading systems and scoring systems. The book provides differential diagnosis lists and presents diagnostically helpful molecular and immunohistochemical findings.
Taghian: Breast Cancer
By Alphonse Taghian
2012 (1st ed), 192 pages, $85 list
Radiation Medicine Rounds is a trinary, hard cover, periodical designed to provide an up-to-date review of a dedicated radiation medicine topic of interest to clinicians and scientists who are involved in the care of patients receiving radiotherapy. It is intended to serve as both a reference and instructional tool for students, housestaff, fellows, practicing clinicians, medical physicists, cancer biologists, radiobiologists, and interdisciplinary colleagues throughout the oncology spectrum. This issue of Radiation Medicine Rounds discusses the more salient topics surrounding the role of radiation therapy in breast cancer. The specialty of radiation therapy has increased in complexity over the years, yet as technology improves, the goal of improving outcomes while decreasing toxicity remains critical. Breast Cancer provides the practitioner with a full current overview of the present best practices and recent research in management of this complex and challenging cancer.
Tanabe: Board of Registry Study Guide for Clinical Laboratory Certification Examinations
By Patricia Tanabe
2009 (5th ed), 484 pages, $85 list
The long-awaited new edition of The Board of Registry Study Guide – the authoritative study tool for preparing for the ASCP Board of Registry (BOR) Medical Technologist (MT) and Medical Technician (MLT) certification examinations – has been updated and expanded to include new sections on molecular pathology, lab information, safety, answers and explanations for each question, and much more.
Takubo: Pathology of the Esophagus: An Atlas and Textbook
By Kaiyo Takubo
2011, 363 pages, $249 list
This highly illustrated book presents a comprehensive description of the esophagus based on many works published in English as well as in Japanese. It is the single best source of information on this subject and will prove invaluable for pathologists, researchers, and practicing endoscopists. Topics range from the embryology and structure of the esophagus, to benign diseases and various esophageal infections, to esophageal carcinoma, including Barrett's esophagus.
Talebi: Hematology and Transfusion Medicine Board Review Made Simple
By Tony Talebi
2012, 366 pages, $90 list
A comprehensive hematology and transfusion medicine board review book tailored for the USMLE, internal medicine as well as the hematology boards. Clinical vignettes are attached to each scenario. Helpful for medical students, medical house staff, internists, as well as, specialists with interest in hematology and transfusion medicine. Also, with a comprehensive pharmacology chapter which covers chemotherapeutic as well as anticoagulant medicines. Accompanying comprehensive power point lectures on each chapter will be available for free at www.HemOnc101.com.
Tan: Advances in Surgical Pathology: Gastric Cancer
By Dongfeng Tan
2011, 348 pages, 280 illus, $139 list
Advances in Surgical Pathology: Gastric Cancer provides a concise, updated review of the pathological characteristics of gastric cancer, with an emphasis on exploring practical issues and recent developments. The book features current and emerging concepts in the field of gastric cancer, a disease whose management requires a multidisciplinary approach in which pathology plays a key role. Its six sections cover the essential histopathology of gastric cancer as well as related topics such as imaging evaluation, molecular diagnosis, and personalized treatment, among other areas of interest. Individual chapters written by international experts in the fields of pathology, gastrointestinal medical oncology, cancer epidemiology, and gastrointestinal radiology, address the fundamental issues surrounding gastric cancer, including its epidemiology, basic diagnostic features, differential diagnoses, pitfalls and complications, and treatments. Endoscopic evaluation and histology correlation are emphasized. The screening, clinical management, and treatment of gastric cancer are summarized in related book sections. Recent findings regarding the roles of immunohistochemistry and molecular testing in the diagnosis, prognosis, and personalized treatment of gastric cancer are also reviewed. The book also includes current knowledge regarding the molecular alteration of gastric cancer carcinogenesis and its impact on patient care.
Tan: Principles of Molecular Diagnostics and Personalized Cancer Medicine
By Dongfeng Tan and Henry T. Lynch
2013, 992 pages, $249 list
The role of molecular genetics in the treatment of malignancy continues to grow at an astonishing rate. Today’s subspecialized multidisciplinary approach to oncology has incorporated advances in targeted molecular therapy, prognosis, risk assessment, and prevention—all based at least in part on molecular diagnostics and imaging. Inside this cutting-edge resource, readers will explore broad, comprehensive perspectives on the current trends in molecular diagnosis of cancer and personalized cancer medicine. Authoritative discussions share insights from noted experts in cancer research, clinical trials, molecular diagnostics, personalized therapy, bioinformatics, and federal regulations. From the basic mechanisms of carcinogenesis to the most advanced molecular screening, staging, and treatment technologies, readers will discover clear and straightforward discussions directly relevant to patient diagnosis and care.
Tanabe: BOC Study Guide Clinical Laboratory
By Patricia Tanabe
2009, 484 pages, $85 list
The 5th edition of this text has been updated and expanded to include sections on molecular pathology, laboratory operations, and safety. It includes more than 2000 multiple-choice questions with explanations.
Tatsas: Radiologic-Cytopathologic Correlations
By Armanda Tatsas, Syed Z. Ali, Justin A. Bishop, Salina Tsai, Sheila Sheth, Anil V. Parwani
2012 (1st ed), 216 pages, 749 illus, $135 list
Radiologic-cytopathologic correlation is critical for an accurate interpretation of a pathologic process. Atlas of Radiologic-Cytopathologic Correlations is a generously illustrated and user-friendly atlas containing over 700 carefully selected, high resolution images from radiology and cytopathology and serves as a practical guide in the diagnostically challenging areas of deep-seated mass lesions, with additional coverage of selected areas of soft tissues, bone and some superficial sites such as thyroid.
Taub: Plastic Surgery: Clinical Problem Solving
By Peter Taub
2009 (1st ed), 336 pages, 75 illus, $90 list
Covering head, neck, trunk, extremities, and cosmetic concerns, this sourcebook uses numerous, unknown clinical scenarios to illustrate essential plastic and reconstructive surgical principles. Each chapter is organized by an unknown case, followed by algorithms that take you through effective management strategies and clinically relevant information. The result is an ideal resource for oral board preparation and a valuable primer for students, residents and attending physicians from diverse specialties.
Tavassoli: Pathology and Genetics of Tumours of the Breast and Female Genital Organs
By F.A Tavassoli and P. Devilee
2003 (1st ed), 432 pages, $76 list
This WHO classification covers the female and male breast, ovaries, fallopian tumors, uterine cervix, uterine corpus, vulva, vagina and inherited tumor syndromes. It includes a comprehensive classification of benign and malignant neoplasms. Targeted readership includes pathologists, gynaecologists, surgeons, oncologists, and basic scientists. Similar to the previous volumes of the series, the book includes numerous color photographs, magnetic resonance images, CT scans and charts. In addition to its pathology and genetics, each lesion is described with its epidemiology, etiology, clinical features, as well as prognosis and predictive factors.
Tavassoli: Tumors of the Mammary Gland (Vol 10)
By Fattaneh A. Tavassoli, Vincenzo Eusebi
2009, 418 pages, $150 list
This tenth fascicle of the Atlas of Tumor Pathology focuses on the morphology of breast legions. This volume is composed of 18 chapters, an appendix, and contents sections. It contains 474 figures, some of which include more than one image. All illustrations in this 418-page book are in full color. Ductal proliferative lesions and in situ ductal carcinomas are evaluated according to Dr. Tavassoli's ductal intraepithelial neoplasia (DIN) terminology. A chapter on DIN provides an update of Dr. Tavassoli's current approach and, moreover, gives the reader a chance to understand the proposed differences compared to WHO classification. Breast carcinomas are discussed in three categories: major types, low-grade carcinomas, and rare carcinomas. The definitions of tumor types; alternative terminologies; macroscopic, micrscopic, and cytologic findings are comprehensively detailed. This Atlas will serve as a guide to both general and breast pathologists on the way to diagnosis.
Taxy: Biopsy Interpretation: The Frozen Section
By Jerome Taxy
2013 (2nd ed), 440 pages, 400 illus, $168 list
The Second Edition of Biopsy Interpretation: The Frozen Section, a volume in the Biopsy Interpretation Series, addresses the frozen section, which is one of several intraoperative consultative options. It illustrates the practical use of the frozen section in the management of clinical problems, especially tumors. The demands of patient care require knowledge of the assets and limitations of the frozen section, including the practical techniques of its execution, interpretation, and the communication of its results. Although the frozen section is the focus, the central idea behind this book is intraoperative consultation and patient management.
Taylor: Clinician's Guide to Medical Writing
By Robert Taylor
2004, 266 pages, $30 list
Loaded with practical advice and real-world examples, this text will benefit readers who are new to medical writing and those who have authored a few articles or chapters and want to improve their abilities.
Taylor: Dermatology for Skin of Color
By Susan Taylor
2009 (1st ed), 784 pages, $169 list
Dermatology for Skin of Color presents everything you need to know about treating patients with moderately to heavily pigmented skin. It begins with basic science, from the development of the skin to the biology of hair and nails, and proceeds to the nuances of diagnosis and treatments. All dermatologic problems are covered, as are other diseases with significant skin manifestations; cosmetic dermatology is included, as well.
Taylor: Medical Writing
By Robert Taylor
2011, 339 pages, $35 list
The first edition of this book (titled “The Clinician’s Guide to Medical Writing”) has become a standard in its field and remains an indispensible reference for any clinician, academic physician, or health professional who wishes to hone their writing skills. However, since its publication in 2004, significant changes have taken place in the way medical professionals communicate with each other and the world. Medical Writing: A Guide for Clinicians and Academicians, 2e retains all of the fundamental writing advice of the first edition and has been expanded to include two brand new chapters: How to Write a Research Protocol (including why a research project needs a written protocol, elements of the research protocol and common problems) How to Write a Grant Proposal (including sections on government and private grant funding sources, what you need to know about grant writing, and elements of a successful grant proposal) New information is also included throughout the book on becoming a successful writer, medical tables and figures, conflict of interest and disclosures, how to review a scientific article, statistical analysis, “pay-to-publish” journal publishing, electronic submission of manuscripts, issues in medical publishing and the future of medical writing and publication. New appendices address commonly encountered research and statistical terms and memorable aphorisms regarding writing, medical and otherwise.
Telepchak: Forensic and Clinical Applications of Solid Phase Extraction
By Michael Telepchak
2010 (1st ed), 384 pages, $149 list
This complete laboratory reference manual explains the principles behind solid phase extraction (SPE) and provides readily reproducible protocols for solving extraction problems in forensic and clinical chemistry. Numerous actual chromatograms, based on original research and diverse applications, demonstrate the technique and the results that can be achieved. Extensive appendices allow fast access to frequently needed information on reagents, the preparation of solutions and buffers, milliequivalent and millimode calculations, buffers and pKa for SPE, and a complete RapidTrace® technical manual. Each proven protocol is described in step-by-step detail and contains an introduction outlining the principle behind the technique, lists of equipment and reagents, and tips on troubleshooting and on avoiding known pitfalls.
Teunissen: Intradermal Immunization
By Marcel Teunissen
2012 (1st ed), 253 pages, 17 illus, $189 list
This volume of Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology covers diverse topics related to intradermal immunization. The volume starts with a basic overview of murine and human skin dendritic cell network, respectively, and their role in immunity, as well as an extensive description of the immunobiology of the skin. The next chapter describes the state-of-the-art on delivery systems especially designed for intradermal vaccination. The remaining chapters highlight the effectiveness of intradermal immunization in experimental animal models or in clinical practice, all supporting the view that intradermal immunization is at least as good as other immunization routes. Keeping in mind that current vaccines are not specially designed for intradermal immunization, but show comparable efficiency even at reduced dosages, this underlines the great potential for the skin as a vaccination site Hopefully, the overview in this volume will encourage vaccine designers to focus on this promising immunization route, and in addition, to inspire them to develop vaccines that are especially optimized for intradermal immunization.
Thiers: Year Book of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery
By Bruce H Thiers
2008 (1st ed), 456 pages, $116 list
There's no faster or easier way to stay informed! The Year Book of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery brings you abstracts of articles carefully selected from more than 100 journals worldwide. Expert commentaries evaluate the clinical importance of each article and discuss its application to your practice.
Thomas: Biliary Tract and Gallbladder Cancer: Diagnosis & Therapy
By Charles Thomas
2008 (1st ed), 336 pages, $165 list
Biliary Tract and Gallbladder Cancer: Diagnosis and Therapy is a comprehensive and definitive discussion of all aspects of the treatment of malignant tumors of the gallbladder and biliary tract. This is the first book to examine these cancers in such depth, as rapid advances in surgical oncology and radiotherapeutic approaches have demanded the full coverage this text provides.The book progresses logically, with early chapters presenting the epidemiologic, pathologic, and pathogenetic characteristics of BT and GB lesions, followed by excellent discussions of clinical and radiologic diagnosis and staging. Finally, the full arsenal of therapeutic approaches is presented, from the local to systemic, established to experimental. Segments throughout detail the most current cutting-edge therapies, making the latest information readily available across a number of subdisciplines.
Thomas: Breast Cancer and its Precursor Lesions
By Patricia Thomas
2010 (1st ed), 102 pages, 46 illus, $139 list
Rather than an exhaustive review of all the pathologic conditions of the female breast, Breast Cancer and its Precursor Lesions focuses on the current knowledge, understanding and issues related to breast cancer and its benign lesions that are associated with an increased risk for the subsequent development of cancer. This book targets the language, diagnostic terms and critical communication that must take place between primary care physicians, breast surgeons, oncologists, and general surgical pathologists interested in the pathologist’s perspective on these important diseases. The volume also reviews the current terminology and how to read or write meaningful pathology reports on these entities, the foils and nuances of the pathology and implications for management, and up to date issues in genomics and proteomics of these conditions. The text is succinct, fully informative, and written in “plain language”. All chapters are presented in a uniform fashion, and supplemented by high-quality illustrations and tables. Breast Cancer and its Precursor Lesions will be of great value to pathologists as well as primary care physicians, breast surgeons, and oncologists for understanding breast pathology and its implications for management.
Thompson: Diagnostic Pathology: Head and Neck
By Lester Thompson
2011, 1075 pages, 2713 illus, $329 list
Designed as an easy-to-use and comprehensive reference for the practicing pathologist, Diagnostic Pathology: Head and Neck is the highly anticipated title in the Diagnostic Pathology series offered by Amirsys. This book is a multiauthored, comprehensive overview of the pathology of head and neck essentials, including the thyroid and parathyroid glands. The Amirsys-pioneered bulleted text is easy to follow with detailed information per disease entity. The pathologic features are extensively detailed with descriptions of the macroscopic features, microscopic findings, cytopathology (as indicated), and as needed, ancillary studies. The latter include histochemistry, immunohistochemistry, cytogenetics, molecular diagnostics and ultrastructural findings. Each entity is enhanced by superior medical images, including gross and microscopic pathology, a wide range of pathology stains, and detailed medical illustrations. In addition, you’ll find cancer staging and specimen examination protocols—one of the most useful hallmarks of the series—plus detailed immunohistochemistry panels. This state-of-the-art volume will guide the reader through the intricacies of head and neck pathology to provide the information required in the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of head and neck pathology.
Thompson: Head and Neck Pathology
By Lester D R Thompson
2012 (1st ed), 720 pages, 1210 illus, $189 list
The book describes and illustrates the distinguishing features of the wide array of neoplasms and non-neoplastic entities arising in the varied tissues of the head and neck region. The authors address the biopsy interpretation problems confronting pathologists in daily practice.
Thompson: The Biology of Vibrios
By Fabiano L Thompson, Brian Austin and Jean Swings
2006 (1st ed), 423 pages, $140 list
This new volume presents state-of-the-art research on the biology of vibrios, examining the impact of innovative molecular and genomic approaches on the traditional disciplines in the field.
Thongboonkerd: Proteomics of Human Body Fluids
By Visith Thongboonkerd
2010 (1st ed), 546 pages, $185 list
This volume is the first collection of applications of proteomics to analyze various human body fluids. Proteomics of Human Bodyfluids consists of two parts. The first provides basic principles and strategies for proteomic analysis of human body fluids. The second offers more details regarding methodologies and recent findings and clinical applications of each specific type of human body fluids.
Tibayrenc: Encyclopedia of Infectious Diseases: Modern Methodologies
By Michel Tibayrenc
2007 (1st ed), 747 pages, $175 list
Discover how the application of novel multidisciplinary, integrative approaches and technologies are dramatically changing our understanding of the pathogenesis of infectious diseases and their treatments. Each article presents the state of the science, with a strong emphasis on new and emerging medical applications.
Tkachuk: Wintrobe's Atlas of Clinical Hematology
By Douglas C Tkachuk and Jan V Hirschmann
2006 (1st ed), 368 pages, 501 illus, $210 list
Tied to the world-renowned textbook Wintrobe's Clinical Hematology, this atlas enables physicians to see and readily comprehend diseased tissues and understand the complex assays routinely used in the care of patients with hematologic diseases. The comprehensive pictorial collection includes clinical and radiological images, photomicrographs, molecular assays, FISH, and cytogenetics.
Todd: Tumor Board Review
By Robert F. Todd III, Kathleen A. Cooney, Teresa G. Hayes, Martha Pritchett Mims, Francis P. Worden
2011 (1st ed), 376 pages, $99 list
Tumor Board Review provides comprehensive coverage of all topics in oncology. Each of the 32 chapters focuses on a specific major disease. A brief overview of epidemiology and risk factors is followed by a sequence of specific presentations organized by tumors stage or disease classification. Each discussion features a case presentation that mimics the format of a tumor board presentation and thus illustrates key diagnostic and management decisions. There is also a discussion of the evidence that supports the clinical management decisions taken in the case, based on current expert panel guidelines. Algorithms and decision tree graphics are used extensively to provide visual support of the decision process.
Toledo: Emerging Techniques in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
By Luiz Toledo
2009 (1st ed), 240 pages, 210 illus, $99 list
This issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery takes a critical look at several new treatment methods. The aim of the issue is to view each technique from a factual, scientific point of view and to let surgeons know where each technique stands in regard to indications, contraindications, choosing a patient, how the technique is done, results, and complications. The techniques included are Lipodissolve, Surgisis, Smartlipo, Thermage, fat injection, Juvista, and Aptos thread.
Torbenson: Biopsy Interpretation of the Liver
By Michael Torbenson
2014, 544 pages, 300 illus, $162 list
Exceptional liver disease treatment starts with Biopsy Interpretation of the Liver. A tried-and-true guide for physicians, surgeons, and clinicians, this bench reference promises to keep you informed, skilled, and on the forefront of liver biopsy. Go beyond the superficial, framing each diagnosis in its most common clinical context, alongside clinical recommendations. Don’t fall behind in your understanding of biopsy; equip your practice with the tools to effectively diagnose and offer the highest in patient care.
Torlakovic: Bone Marrow Immunochemistry
By Emina Torlakovic, Kikkeri Naresh and Richard Brunning
2008 (1st ed), 274 pages, 608 illus, $200 list
Bone Marrow IHC provides a rich collection of color illustrations that demonstrate the diagnostic features of antibodies applicable to bone marrow tissue. Each of the antibodies illustrated in the volume includes a systematic description that details an expected reaction profile in both normal bone marrow cells and neoplastic cells, as well as authoritative advice about avoiding potential diagnostic pitfalls and technical problems related to the antibodies and tissue processing.
Tortora: Principles of Human Anatomy
By Gerard J Tortora
2010 (11th ed), 1056 pages, $91 list
Principles of Human Anatomy, the market-leading text through its many editions, successfully blends visual and textual elements to illuminate the complexities of human anatomy. A host of carefully crafted pedagogical aids support both the succinctly written narrative as well as the outstanding illustration program.
Tosti: Color Atlas of Chemical Peels
By Antonella Tosti
2010 (1st ed), 230 pages, 142 illus, $219 list
This book is the first atlas on chemical peels and has been significantly revised and updated since the first edition so as to reflect the state of the art in the field. The various types of chemical peel and peeling techniques, including new combined procedures, are first discussed in a step-by-step manner with the aid of supporting illustrations. Pathogenesis and treatment options are then considered, with each author reporting on his or her personal experience and preferred approach for different diseases and conditions, including acne, rosacea, melasma, photoaging, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation, actinic keratosis, and dark skin. An entirely new section addresses how to deal with side-effects and complications of the different procedures. This atlas has been specifically designed as a reference tool for dermatologists who deal with cosmetology. In particular, by providing clear and practical information on the different peeling procedures and their indications, it will prove invaluable for dermatologists and other doctors who wish to start performing chemical peels.
Tosti: Color Atlas of Nails
By Antonella Tosti
2009 (1st ed), 114 pages, 297 illus, $139 list
Written by internationally renowned experts, this outstanding atlas is designed to provide dermatologists with all necessary tools to diagnose nail disorders by clinical signs: The concise text is reader-friendly structured and highlights ‘key messages’ and ‘take home pearls’. For easy recognition, nail signs are lavishly illustrated by clinical photographs in 4-colour and schematic artwork. Dermatologists will find in this simple and quick guide the necessary support they need for their daily practice regarding diagnosis and management of nail disorders.
Tot: Breast Cancer
By Tibor Tot
2011 (1st ed), 216 pages, 391 illus, $139 list
The theory of the sick lobe states that breast carcinoma is a lobar disease developing most often within a single lobe, meaning that, at an early stage, breast carcinoma occupies a limited, anatomically well-defined portion of the breast. This theory unites observed patterns from the genetic, developmental and morphological perspectives, into an overall concept. Breast Cancer: A Lobar Disease, presents this hypothesis and its consequences. The body of evidence, pro and contra, generated in recent years is presented in this volume. The chapters, all authored by leading experts in their respective areas, gather evidence from the perspectives of epidemiology, genetics, radiology, anatomy, developmental biology, morphology, endoscopy, ultrasound and therapeutics to give the reader a full picture of recent developments regarding the sick lobe hypothesis. Tibor Tot, MD PhD is Head of the Pathology and Clinical Cytology Department at the Central Hospital of Falun, in Sweden; breast cancer expert of the National Board of Health and Welfare in Sweden; and regular Course Director of the breast pathology program, the official educational program for Swedish residents in clinical pathology, oncology, radiology and surgery.
Tot: Practical Breast Pathology
By Tibor Tot, Laszlo Tabar, Peter Dean
2014 (2nd ed), 206 pages, $130 list
Focused on a modern, interdisciplinary approach to diagnosing and managing diseases of the breast, this concise book builds on the high standard set in the previous edition. It provides a complete foundation in the basic principles, radiologic appearance and underlying pathology of breast disease, without overwhelming non-pathologist members of the team with excessive detail. For effective communication at every level, Practical Breast Pathology, Second Editionprovides the clear information, case examples and superb illustrations that make it an ideal clinical problem solver.
Townsend: Sabiston Textbook of Surgery
By Courtney Townsend
2008 (18th ed), 2384 pages, 2200 illus, $250 list
This distinguished reference carries on a 70-year legacy as the world's most thorough, useful, readable, and understandable text on the principles and techniques of surgery. Its peerless contributors deliver all the well-rounded, state-of-the-art knowledge you need to richly grasp the pathophysiology and optimal management of every surgical condition.
Travis: Non-Neoplastic Disorders of the Lower Respiratory Tract (Vol 2)
By William D. Travis, Thomas V. Colby, Michael N. Koss, Melissa L. Rosado-de-Christenson, Nestor L. Müller, Talmadge E. King, Jr
2002, 939 pages, $195 list
This second fascicle of the Atlas of Nontumor Pathology addresses one of the most difficult areas in surgical pathology. Recognizing the need for a multidisciplinary approach to the successful diagnosis of many of these diseases, a pulmonologist and two radiologists have been included as authors to supplement the pathology contributions. With their clinical and radiological expertise, Drs. King, Rosado-de-Christenson, and Miller have greatly enhanced the pathology descriptions. A 939-page volume has resulted with a total of 1,185 color and 284 black and white images, including pathology as well as radiology illustrations. When appropriate, the importance of clinical, radiological, and pathologic correlation is emphasized. The radiology images include characteristic manifestations on chest radiography and high-resolution computed tomography. This reference will be helpful to clinicians, radiologists, and pathologists seeking a better understanding of this difficult subject.
Treat: Curbside Consultation in Pediatric Dermatology
By James Treat
2012 (1st ed), 304 pages, $80 list
Are you looking for concise, practical answers to those questions that are often left unanswered by traditional pediatric dermatology references? Are you seeking brief, evidence-based advice for complicated cases or controversial decisions? Curbside Consultation in Pediatric Dermatology: 49 Clinical Questions provides quick answers to the tricky questions most commonly posed during a “curbside consultation” between pediatricians.
Trelka: Atlas of Forensic Histopathology
By Darin Trelka and Peter Cummings
2011 (1st ed), 200 pages, $125 list
This atlas describes the histologic changes relevant to the modern practice of forensic pathology. It guides the reader through the common questions that the forensic pathologist will need to answer in relation to the cause of death, such as: is this feature artifact or is this real? What does this signify? How old is this injury? The book focuses on key issues of forensic importance - e.g. sudden death, environmental deaths, injury timing, suspected child abuse and bioterrorism. The book is highly illustrated with color photographs to increase the understanding of changes related to disease, decomposition and artifact. All illustrations are also available on a CD-ROM packaged with the book. Ideal as a source of quick reference next to the microscope, this is essential reading for forensic pathologists, forensic pathology fellows, pathologists who consult in forensic cases, pathology residents, autopsy pathologists, coroners and forensic investigators.
Troncoso: Essential Forensic Neuropathology
By Juan Troncoso
2009 (1st ed), 336 pages, 713 illus, $179 list
This book is written for pathologists and trainees in forensic pathology and neuropathology who will have to conduct forensic neuropathology autopsies. It will provide them with the basic knowledge to conduct a thorough postmortem examination of the nervous system, describe and document the relevant pathological changes, and interpret these findings in a way that will be helpful in determining the cause and manner of death. Great importance will be placed on the objective and rigorous documentation of the pathological findings, because many of these autopsy reports will be re-examined in the context of legal inquiries and proceedings. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text, an image bank, and additional e-figures.
Trueb: Aging Hair
By Ralph Trueb
2010 (1st ed), 270 pages, 92 illus, $189 list
This comprehensive and reader-friendly book offers an up-to-date overview on all aspects of hair aging, including in particular the two main streams of interest: the aesthetic problem, which relates to everything that happens outside the skin, and the biologic problem, which concerns the "secret life" of the hair follicle in the depth of the skin. Internationally recognized experts provide detailed contributions on the biologic basis of hair aging and current concepts for its diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The intrinsic and extrinsic modulating factors for hair growth and pigmentation are explained and future directions for therapeutic intervention are examined.
Truong: Frozen Section Library: Genitourinary Tract
By Luan Truong
2009 (1st ed), 178 pages, 174 illus, $80 list
As a handbook for practicing pathologists, these books will be indispensable aids to diagnosis and avoiding dangers in one of the most challenging situations that pathologists encounter. Rapid consideration of differential diagnoses and how to avoid traps caused by frozen section artifacts will be readily accessible to the users of the handbooks. A series of concise, easy-to-use, well-illustrated handbooks alleviates the often frustrating and time-consuming, sometimes futile, process of searching through bulky textbooks that are unlikely to illustrate or discuss pathologic diagnoses from the perspective of frozen sections in the first place. Tables and charts will provide guidance for differential diagnosis of various histologic patterns.
Truong: Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy
By Daniel Truong
2009 (1st ed), 234 pages, $90 list
The Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy provides practical guidance on the use of botulinum toxin in a wide variety of disorders, in many areas of medicine. Using clear line drawings, it describes the relevant injection sites for each condition and gives comparative dosage tables for the various formulations of toxin used in different muscle groups. It also provides the most up-to-date review of the range of applications, including coverage of promising future developments. The emphasis throughout is on technique. This book can be read as a teaching aid, and will also be useful for immediate bedside guidance. This Manual will be of interest to the growing band of clinicians discovering the potential of botulinum toxin, including neurologists, otolaryngologists, urologists, ophthalmologists, dermatologists, internists, pain management specialists, rehabilitation specialists and plastic surgeons.
Tse: Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology of the Breast
By Gary Tse
2013 (1st ed), 209 pages, $199 list
Orell & Sterrett's Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology 5e provides you with a logical and systematic approach to the acquisition, interpretation and diagnosis of FNA biopsy samples. It is an ideal resource for all those requiring an authoritative and systematic review of the cytological findings in those malignant and benign lesions likely to be the target of FNA. The book is lavishly illustrated with high quality colour images that demonstrate the cytological features as well as their relevant immunohistochemical and molecular findings. Organized into anatomical regions, each chapter is consistently organized into two parts: the first deals with clinical and technical aspects followed by a systematic presentation of cytological findings. This is your perfect practical bench resource for daily reference in the laboratory.
Tsur: Elsevier's Dictionary of Abbreviations, Acronyms, Synonyms and Symbols used in Medicine
By S.A. Tsur
2004 (1st ed), 856 pages, $305 list
Description: Over 10,000 abbreviations are added to this second edition of the dictionary, the first edition of which was published in 1999. The new edition contains over 30,000 abbreviations of terms used in the field of anatomy, bacteriology, biology, chemistry, medicine (human and veterinary), pathology, pharmacology, etc., with especially detailed itemization of the chemical elements, hormones, insulins, kidney function tests, pulmonary function tests, serological tests for syphilis, symbols used in various disciplines, such as biology, calculation, chemistry, Greek alphabet, medicine and pharmacy, numeration and signs of the zodiac, the vitamins , etc.
Tubbs: Cell and Tissue Based Molecular Pathology
By Raymond R Tubbs and Mark H Stoler
2008, 452 pages, 600 illus, $159 list
This volume packs today's most essential cell and tissue base molecular pathology into a compact, high-yield format! It focuses on the state of the art in practical validated molecular diagnostics as applied across the fields of surgical pathology and cytology.
Tuffaha: Phenotypic and Genotypic Diagnosis of Malignancies
By Muin Tuffaha
2008 (1st ed), 298 pages, $140 list
Carefully designed as an easy and quick reference, this desktop manual is for working pathologists who need to determine the particular type of cancer they are dealing with in a patient. To this end, the book contains many large tables of information to allow a fast analysis of results, providing all the relevant information to diagnose the full range of different tumors in humans.
Turgeon: Immunology & Serology in Laboratory Medicine
By Mary Turgeon
2013 (1st ed), 584 pages, $77 list
The 5th edition of this classic text sets the standard for comprehensive coverage of immunology. Building from a solid foundation of knowledge and skills, trusted author Mary Louise Turgeon takes you from basic immunologic mechanisms and serologic concepts to the theory behind the procedures you'll perform in the lab. Immunology & Serology in Laboratory Medicine, Fifth Edition is the go-to resource for everything from mastering automated techniques to understanding immunoassay instrumentation and disorders of infectious and immunologic origin. Packed with learning objectives, review questions, step-by-step procedures, and case studies, this text is your key to succeeding in today's modern laboratory environment.
Tyring: Mucocutaneous Manifestations of Viral Diseases
By Stephen Tyring
2009 (2nd ed), 600 pages, 1200 illus, $380 list
The only existing text to address issues of skin manifestations of viral disease, the Second Edition explores the diagnosis, treatment, and pathogenesis of viral diseases that infiltrate the skin and affiliated mucous membranes.
Ulbright: Tumors of the Testis and Adjacent Structures
By Thomas M. Ulbright and Robert H. Young
2013 (1st ed), 473 pages, $155 list
This edition represents a significant expansion of both the textual and illustrative material of the Third Series Fascicle. The numerous images reflect the authors’ belief that the “atlas” role that was the intent of the original Fascicles of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology is of paramount importance in theseworks. At the same time, the current scope is no longer primarily that of avisual resource, but also a comprehensive guide to clinical, pathologic, immunohistochemical, molecular biologic, prognostic, and to a limited extent, therapeutic aspects of the various entities. For this reason, the authors have greatly expanded coverage of the immunohistochemical and molecular features of the various lesions, recognizing that such information is quickly supplemented by new observations. Nonetheless, they continue to believe that careful gross examination and routine light microscopic observations are the foundations for diagnosis of these neoplasms and neoplastic-like processes.
Ulbright: Tumors of the Testis, Adnexa, Spermatic Cord, and Scrotum (Vol 25)
By Thomas M. Ulbright, Mahul B. Amin and Robert H. Young
1999, 385 pages, $90 list
A number of important advances have been made in testicular tumor pathology since the publication of the 2nd series fascicle, Tumors of the Male Genital System, necessitating a separate atlas devoted to the testis, its adnexa, spermatic cord, and scrotum to incorporate this new information. The publication of this work is timely, as the incidence of testicular cancer in many countries continues to increase. Because of the need for effective, yet different, therapeutic approaches for many entities, accurate pathologic interpretation of these tumors, most of which occur in young patients, is of paramount importance.This atlas emphasizes the differential diagnosis of testicular tumors. It begins with a consideration of general aspects, including epidemiology, followed by a discussion of the histogenesis of germ cell tumors, including the lesion known as “intratubular germ cell neoplasia, unclassified type.” Typical seminoma is considered and illustrated in detail, as well as variants such as tubular seminoma, seminoma with cribriform patterns, spermatocytic seminoma, and spermato-cytic seminoma with sarcoma. Also thoroughly covered are nonseminomatous germ cell tumors and sex cord-stromal tumors. An entire chapter is devoted to the many non-neoplastic lesions of this region that are, in some instances, easily misinterpreted as neoplastic. The final chapter is devoted to the scrotum. Newer diagnostic approaches, e.g., immunohistochemical and molecular analyses, are discussed as supplemental methods; however, the emphasis of this work remains routine light-microscopic interpretation. Where appropriate, the diagnostic utility of ultrastructure is considered. In addition the clinical significance of each lesion is discussed. This 385-page atlas, written by three pathologists with extensive experience evaluating testicular pathology includes 535 color and 42 halftone illustrations. Every effort has been made to include the most current references as well as important contributions from the older literature.
Unni: Dahlin's Bone Tumors
By Krishnan Unni
2009 (6th ed), 416 pages, 400 illus, $199 list
The classic text on the Mayo Clinic's experience with bone tumors is now in its updated Sixth Edition. Dahlin's Bone Tumors presents a succinct, profusely illustrated summary of the largest single collection of well-diagnosed bone tumors anywhere in the world. The book contains a strong blend of archival material and new cases, and incorporates the latest knowledge about the grading and staging of these tumors. Benign and malignant neoplasms are discussed on the basis of differentiation.
Unni: Tumors of the Bones and Joints (Vol 2)
By K. Krishnan Unni, Carrie Y. Inwards, Julia A. Bridge, Lars-Gunnar Kindblom and Lester E. Wold
2005, 339 pages, $125 list
One of the goals of the Fourth Series Tumor Fascicles is the presentation of new molecular findings which add to our understanding of tumor pathogenesis and may additionally be useful diagnostically. Such information is particularly relevant to the study of bone tumors and tumor-like lesions, and Drs. Unni, Inwards, Bridge, Kindblom and Wold have included an up-to-date summary of where pathologists stand in the application of these new data in this volume. The authors are also well aware that the primary mission of the Fascicles is to help the practicing pathologist diagnose a difficult case correctly, and for most pathologists, any lesion in a bone is potentially problematic. Thus, the important diagnostic feature of each major lesion (including all known variants) is presented in detail. This includes not only the gross, histopathologic, and cytologic findings, but also the clinical and radiographic features of particular importance in the differential diagnosis of bone tumors and their mimics. Most illustrations of pathologic features are now in color, and the classic references in this field have been complemented by extensive current literature citations. This volume should prove to be useful for many years.
Valenstein: Quality Management In Clinical Laboratories: Promoting Patient Safety Through Risk Reduction And Continuous Improvement
By Paul Valenstein
2005 (1st Ed), 250 pages, $95 list
Quality Management In Clinical Laboratories: Promoting Patient Safety Through Risk Reduction and Continuous Improvement is a practical “how-to” manual written for the laboratory director, supervisor, and practicing pathologist. Sponsored by the College of American Pathologists Quality Practices Committee and Patient Safety and Performance Measures Committee, the manual is designed to help readers manage quality and patient safety in clinical laboratories; comply with quality and patient safety regulations and accreditation requirements; and develop and administer a quality management plan.
Vallat: Peripheral Nerve Disorders: Pathology and Genetics
By Jean-Michael Vallat and Joachim Weis
2014, 320 pages, $190 list
Peripheral Nerve Disorders: Pathology and Genetics is a definitive, clinically-oriented guide to the pathology of peripheral nerve disorders. These commonly seen neurological challenges have many causes and accurate diagnosis is often necessary via pathological analysis. New techniques exploiting molecular biological knowledge have opened up new vistas to understanding the pathogenesis of these disorders, and hence their effective management.
VandenBussche: Cytopathology Case Review
By Dr. Christopher VandenBussche and Dr. Syed Ali
2014, 264 pages, 500 illus, $83 list
Pathology residents, fellows, and practitioners will welcome this cytopathology review atlas of carefully selected case scenarios drawn from the Johns Hopkins case archive. Mirroring the format of the practical segment of the pathology board examination and the most commonly used format for pathology classes and workshops, each illustrated case scenario contains multiple-choice questions along with detailed explanations and references.
Van Pelt: Development, Dynamics and Pathology of Neuronal Networks: From Molecules to Functional Circuits
By J. Pelt
2004 (1st ed), 402 pages, $288 list
This book is about neuronal networks within the brain. With roughly 100 billion nerve cells the human brain contains about 3.2 million kilometers of 'wires' to make a million billion of connections between these nerve cells. Nerve cells exchange electrical and chemical signals through these connections and the dynamical patterns of electrical/chemical signals are the basis of all our thinking, memories, consciousness, and control of our behaviour.
Varkonyi: The Myelodysplastic Syndromes
By Judit Várkonyi
2011 (1st ed), 400 pages, 608 illus, $239 list
Authors provide updated knowledge in this book on all clinically important aspects of the disease. Hot topics of our days are discussed in chapters by outstanding and well known scientists from all over the world. We would offer this product both for medical students and postgraduates as well as for all who are interested in this very exciting and fast progressing field of hematology.
Venes: Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary
By Donald Venes
2009 (21st ed), 2880 pages, $43 list
To thrive in the ever-changing world of health care, you need a respected, trusted, and cutting-edge, cyclopedic resource. In hand, online, or on a mobile device, turn to Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary, 21st Edition, anytime, anywhere! Taber's 21 is today's most comprehensive health science dictionary. Under the editorial direction of Donald Venes, MD, MSJ, a team of expert consulting editors and consultants, representing every branch of health care, worked with the Taber's in-house editorial staff to ensure that the content reflects the state of the art.
Verstovsek: Myeloproliferative Neoplasms
By Srdan Verstovsek
2010 (1st ed), 237 pages, 29 illus, $189 list
This succinct resource provides an ideal balance of the biology and practical therapeutic strategies for classic and non-classic BCR-ABL-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms. Utilizing current World Health Organization nomenclature, classification, and diagnostic criteria, international experts have assembled to convey the most up-to-date knowledge in this rapidly evolving field. The opening chapters cover the diagnosis and classification, genetics, cytogenetic findings, and prognostic factors of MPNs. Further chapters explore therapies specific to the different disease entities, including polycythemia vera, essential thrombocytopenia, myelofibrosis, and eosinophilic disorders, and mastocytosis. Unique areas of discussion include JAK2 inhibitor therapy, hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, and blastic transformation. A valuable reference for practicing hematologists, this forefront book enriches our understanding of recent discoveries and their impact on conventional and investigational treatments.
Vidimos: Dermatoloic Surgery: Requisites in Dermatology
By Allison Vidimos
2008 (1st ed), 264 pages, 450 illus, $119 list
This title in the Requisites in Dermatology series is the perfect resource for quick reference and rapid review in dermatologic surgery. It succinctly presents all of the most essential clinical and foundational knowledge you need for certification, recertification, or practice. An extremely user-friendly full-color format, replete with full-color clinical photographs and other pertinent illustrations, makes it easy to locate and read up on any topic. Plus, full-text online access lets you consult the book from any computer, download all of the images, watch online lectures, and more.
Vilensky: Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
By Joel Vilensky
2010 (1st ed), 192 pages, $40 list
Written for the modern medical student and designed to accompany any current gross anatomy textbook, this brand-new pictorial handbook presented by Drs. Vilensky, Weber, Carmichael, and Sarosi lets you quickly identify pathologic correlates of gross anatomy. Abundant side-by-side high-quality radiography, MR, CT, and ultrasound images of normal and pathologic conditions help you quickly develop the skills you need to differentiate between what?s normal and what?s not. Discussions on the choice of imaging modality for various pathologies will help you select the right imaging procedure in many clinical situations, making this a handy resource in the clinical environment. But best of all, this visual approach to pathologic correlates will help you ace your courses, the USMLE and NBME final exams.
Vogel: Nervous System
By Hannes Vogel
2009 (1st ed), 524 pages, $135 list
Central Nervous System is the new atlas-oriented resource in central nervous system pathology. As the fourth book in the Cambridge Illustrated Surgical Pathology series it is the most comprehensive text of methods utilized by pathologists to accurately diagnose diseases affecting the brain, meninges, and spinal cord. The book is a richly illustrated guide to surgical neuropathology, including all primary brain tumors as well as others arising near the nervous system that are also within the scope of neurosurgical practice. Numerous neuroimaging examples are provided to underscore the importance of knowing the basics of radiographic studies in accurately diagnosing CNS pathology. A complete spectrum of nonneoplastic neuropathological entities is also illustrated, including infectious, inflammatory, and epilepsy-related neuropathology. Additional chapters address intraoperative consultation and frozen sections, as well as CSF cytopathology.
Wagar: Laboratory Administration for Pathologists
By Elizabeth Wagar
2011 (1st ed), pages unlisted, $100 list
Laboratory Administration for Pathologists covers all aspects of clinical and anatomic pathology laboratory administration. In a practical approach, this book provides the core principles and tools of management for the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine.
Wakely: Head and Neck Pathology
By Paul Wakely
2011 (1st ed), 240 pages, $75 list
Head and Neck Pathology, the first volume in the Demos Surgical Pathology Guides series will cover the full range of key head and neck entities and diagnoses that pathologists can expect to see in daily practice. The chapters cover non-neoplastic, benign and malignant neoplasms found in the oral cavity, oropharynx, sinonasal tract, hypopharynx and larynx, salivary glands, gnathic bones, ears, and the soft tissues. Head and Neck Pathology is highly illustrated throughout and provides a handy summary and quick reference guide for pathology residents and less experienced pathologists. In addition, it serves as a portable "refresher course" or MOC review tool for more experienced pathologists.
Walker: Brain and Spinal Tumors of Childhood
By David Walker
2004 (1st ed), 552 pages, $270 list
The appearance of this comprehensive, but practical, evidence-based review of brain and spinal tumors in children is therefore very timely. The content includes detailed coverage of the diagnosis, clinical management, after care and monitoring, and underlying biology of brain and spinal tumors in children. International in approach, it draws on the experience of the European Childhood Brain Tumour Committee, linked to the International Society of Paediatric Oncology, and various multi-centre clinical trials to reflect the various approaches to management that have arisen around the world.
Ward: Head and Neck Cancer: Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Outcomes
By Elizabeth C. Ward, Corina J. Van as Brooks
2014, 2nd Edition, 640 pages, 77 illus $130 list
Head and Neck Cancer: Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Outcomes, Second Edition expands on recent advances in the management of head and neck cancer through a greater understanding of cancer cell growth and mechanisms, as well as the expansion of rehabilitation strategies across the allied health profession. Written by a team of internationally recognized experts from the medical and allied health communities, the book covers both the theoretical and clinical knowledge to support basic training of therapists in practice as well as graduate students, all illuminated with case examples - from swallowing disorders, through non-surgical voice restoration, to rehabilitation following total laryngeal surgery - on an accompanying DVD.
Warwick: Tissue and Cell Donation: An Essential Guide
By Ruth Warwick
2009 (1st ed), 296 pages, $146 list
This unique book explores a range of issues related to the human impact of tissue and cell donation programmes around the world. It addresses the areas that are of key concern and have profound implications for the donors, recipients and healthcare professionals involved. Focusing on tissue, assisted reproduction and hematopoietic stem cells this book is essential reading for all those working in the field of human transplant donation and those who regulate this field.
Waters: Handbook of Autopsy Practice
By Brenda Waters
2010, 608 pages, $179 list
Handbook of Autopsy Practice, Fourth Edition is divided into three parts. Part I contains six new chapters in which the reader will find an assortment of tools that will increase the value of the autopsy. Included in the section are valuable resources and tools such as a sample next-of-kin letter, a quality assurance worksheet, new discourse on the dissection procedure which is accompanied by a worksheet and template for the gross description. There is also a new, detailed discussion of the safe handling of sharps, complete with photographs and the reader will also find the updated requirements of the Eye Bank of America and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for ocular tissue transplantation. Part II has been updated with new diseases and recent references added. Practicing autopsy pathologists, residents and students are invited to review this alphabetical listing of disorders before each autopsy in order to re-acquaint themselves with what they might encounter. Part III provides a series of tables providing organ weights and body measurements for fetuses, children and adults. Handbook of Autopsy Practice Fourth Edition is an essential resource for clinicians, pathologists, residents and students who strive to hone their trade and increase the value of the autopsies they perform.
Weber: Shearer's Manual of Human Dissection
By John Weber
1999, 320 pages, $58 list
This highly regarded laboratory guide takes a straightforward, body system approach to human dissection with clear line drawing illustrations depicting incision lines and anatomical structure. It shows students where to cut, what to expect, and what scalpel to use to view anatomical structures. Substantially revised, this edition features updated and expanded content tailored to recent curriculum changes in anatomy teaching; the introduction of correlated radiographs to fit current teaching trends; and the use of a second color to highlight key points. Large figures, and a spiral binding that allows the pages to lie flat make the Shearer's Manual easy to handle and use in the anatomy lab.
Wee: Cytohistology of Focal Liver Lesions
By Aileen Wee
2014 (1st ed), 312 pages, 700 illus, $175 list
Each volume in this richly illustrated series, published in association with the Papanicolaou Society of Cytopathology, provides an organ-based approach to the cytologic and histologic diagnosis of small tissue samples. Benign, pre-malignant and malignant entities are presented in a well-organized and standardized format, with high-resolution color photomicrographs, tables, and lists of key specific morphologic criteria. Example vignettes allow the reader to assimilate the diagnostic principles in a case-based format. This volume provides comprehensive coverage of both surgical pathology and cytopathology of focal liver lesions. Extensively illustrated throughout, it contains key cytologic and histologic features, practical points, radiologic and morphologic pictures, flow charts, and tabulated summaries for easy comprehensive overview and quick reference and provides a pragmatic algorithmic approach to cytohistologic diagnosis.
Weedon: Weedon's Skin Pathology
By David Weedon
2009 (3rd ed), 1968 pages, 1200 illus, $439 list
Thoroughly revised and up-dated, this comprehensive, authoritative reference will help both the experienced and novice practitioner diagnose skin diseases and disorders more accurately and effectively. A superb full color art program illustrates the salient pathological features of both neoplastic and non-neoplastic conditions and will help the reader easily interpret key clinical and diagnostic points. This single–authored text incorporates the wealth of Dr. Weedon’s own personal observations and experience in his approach to the diagnosis and interpretation of skin biopsies and is full of useful diagnostic clues and pearls. This remarkable book is an indispensable resource for all those involved in the identification and evaluation of skin disorders.
Wei: Atlas of Bone Pathology
By Shi Wei
2013 (1st ed), 491 pages, $189 list
Bone is a living tissue prone to develop a diverse array of inflammatory, metabolic, genetic, reactive, circulatory and neoplastic abnormalities. The Atlas of Bone Pathology describes and selectively illustrates the normal and pathologic conditions that afflict human bone, focusing heavily on tumor and tumor-like conditions of bone and their non-neoplastic mimics. Supplemented with radiographic and special study images, this extraordinary collection of high quality digital images aid continuing efforts to recognize, understand, and accurately interpret the light microscopic findings in bone specimens. Authored by nationally and internationally recognized pathologists, The Atlas of Bone Pathology is a concise and useful resource for both novice and seasoned pathologists alike.
Weidner: Modern Surgical Pathology
By Noel Weidner
2009 (2nd ed), 2608 pages, 3650 illus, $459 list
Presents today's most complete, current, and practical assistance in evaluating and signing out surgical specimens. Clinical, gross, microscopic, immunohistochemical, and molecular genetic features are integrated as appropriate for all tumors and tumor-like lesions, addressing all of the investigative contexts relevant to formulating an accurate diagnosis.
By John Weigelt
2010 (2nd ed), 296 pages, $80 list
Responding to the growing concern about the increased frequency and resistance of MRSA infections, this invaluable source analyzes the latest developments in the identification, assessment, and management of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) by leading authorities on the topic.
Weinberg: The Biology of Cancer
By Robert Weinberg
2013, 960 pages, 600 illus, $150 list
The Biology of Cancer is a textbook for students studying the molecular and cellular bases of cancer at the undergraduate, graduate, and medical school levels. The principles of cancer biology are presented in an organized, cogent, and in-depth manner. The clarity of writing, supported by an extensive full-color art program and numerous pedagogical features, makes the book accessible and engaging. The information unfolds through the presentation of key experiments that give readers a sense of discovery and provide insights into the conceptual foundation underlying modern cancer biology.
Weinberg: Treatment of Psoriasis (Milestones in Drug Therapy)
By Jeffrey Weinberg
2008 (1st ed), 183 pages, 2 illus, $159 list
The book reviews the clinical manifestations of these two entities. The main focus is on the evolving paradigm of therapy. Topical and ultraviolet therapy are discussed first, followed by traditional systemic therapy. A major focus is on biologic therapies. New agents in development are also reviewed. The book concludes with an evaluation of the quality of life impact of this disease.This volume provides an in-depth overview of the current state of psoriasis and its management. It is of interest to clinicians, researchers, and even patients who wish to learn more. It is also of interest to those in the pharmaceutical industry, and those in finance who cover the pharmaceutical field.
Weiss: Enzinger and Weiss's Soft Tissue Tumors
By Sharon W Weiss and John R Goldblum
2007 (5th ed), 1620 pages, 1950 illus, $299 list
No other textbook matches its scope and depth of coverage in this complex and challenging area of surgical pathology, and no other text contains as much practical information on differential diagnosis. Throughout, microscopic findings are correlated with the latest developments in molecular biology, cytogenetics, and immunohistochemistry to provide you with a comprehensive and integrated approach to evaluation and diagnosis.
Weiss: Lymph Nodes
By Lawrence Weiss
2008 (1st ed), 312 pages, 250 illus, $120 list
This text-atlas is a practical, integrated, and modern approach to lymph node pathology. Intended for both practicing pathologists and pathologists in training, it provides a personal view of lymph node diagnosis by one of the international leaders in the field.
Weissferdt: Diagnostic Pathology of Pleuropulmonary Neoplasia
By Annikka Weissferdt and Cesar Moran
2012 (1st ed), 481 pages, 757 illus, $209 list
Diagnostic Pathology of Pleuropulmonary Neoplasia highlights the morphologic basis, immunohistochemistry, electron microscopy, and molecular biology of tumoral and pseudotumoral conditions of the lung and pleura. The volume also highlights the nuances in the diagnosis of lung and pleural conditions and the applications of today’s most recent studies in molecular biology, and the way it is applied to diagnosis and treatment. In providing an expert guide for the histopathologic diagnosis of lung and pleural tumors, this volume be of great interest to general surgical pathologists, surgeons, oncologists, and those involved in the management of patients with lung tumors.
Weller: Clinical Dermatology
By Richard Weller
2008 (4th ed), 440 pages, 500 illus, $80 list
Clinical Dermatology contains over 500 high quality pictures and diagrams matched with many colourful phrases to illustrate and entertain as it teaches. It has established a reputation as a 'way of learning' and as a cogent overview of the subject for the aspiring specialist. Readers are guided through the maze that too often lies between the presenting skin complaint and its final diagnosis and treatment. The authors have created an easily read text with enough detail to clarify the subject but not enough to obscure it.
Welsh: Intra-Operative Neuropathology for the Non-Neuropathologist
By Cynthia Welsh
2011 (1st ed), 179 pages, $189 list
This volume acquaints the non-neuropathologist with the advantages of clinical-radiologic-pathologic correlation in neuropathology specimens, particularly in the intra-operative consultation. As a good cytology preparation can add to, or even supply in isolation, a diagnosis, this volume covers the enormous and sometimes insurmountable artifacts involved with freezing tissue, especially central nervous system tissue. The text presents how to perform, and stain the cytologic preparations, and how to interpret them. The advantages and disadvantages of both frozen sections and cytologic preparations of various kinds are discussed. The presentation and format is very visual with diagrams, tables, with many figures including pearls and pitfalls and therefore easy reading. An introductory chapter presents the pros and cons of cytology, the advantages and disadvantages of frozen sections, and the artifacts in both. Also included is an argument for knowing what the scans reveal, and the impact of relevant patient history. The volume uses a case-based approach to show correlation between scan, history, frozen section and cytologic preparations. With the combination of extensive correlation of scans, cytology, and frozen section with differential diagnosis, and analysis of the information crucial to the neurosurgeon in a case-based approach and with a special chapter written by a neuroradiologist, this volume is unique in presentation and utility and will be of great value to the trainee in pathology (residents/fellows), and practicing pathologists who include neuropathology in their practice, but do not have formal fellowship training in neuropathology.
West: Pulmonary Pathphysiology
By John West
2012, 208 pages, $38 list
This companion monograph to West's Respiratory Physiology covers normal respiratory function and focuses on the function of the diseased lung. Pulmonary Pathophysiology: The Essentials offers a concise overview of the diseased states of the lung, emphasizing structure and function. The Eighth Edition is updated to include new information on asthma therapies, new radiographs and micrographs, extended sections on infections and cancer, more thorough explanations for review questions, and a new summary appendix of equations with sample calculations.
Werring: Cerebral Microbleeds: Pathophysiology to Clinical Practice
By David Werring
2011 (1st ed), 198 pages, $99 list
Cerebral Microbleeds summarizes our current knowledge, bringing together expert research from global authorities in the field. This authoritative and systematic text will be of interest to all clinical researchers and physicians in the fields of stroke and cognitive impairment.
Weston: Color Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology
By William Weston
2007 (4th ed), 448 pages, 600 illus, $137 list
Treat a full range of pediatric skin disorders! Concise yet thorough, this clinically oriented reference presents exactly what you need to diagnose and treat numerous dermatologic conditions in neonates, infants, children, and adolescents. Each chapter follows a consistent structure, covering everything from clinical features, differential diagnosis, and pathogenesis...to treatment, patient education, and follow-up care. Patient Education sheets, included in the text, can be photocopied and distributed to help patients and caregivers follow treatment plans for optimal outcomes. The text's up-to-date information - combined with an easy-to-use organization and conversational writing style - make this the ideal "all-in-one" dermatology reference for diagnosing and treating pediatric patients
Whelan: Prostate Cancer: Diagnosis and Clinical Management
By Peter Whelan
2014 (1st ed), 352 pages, $100 list
Prostate Cancer: diagnosis and clinical management providesurologists and oncologists of all levels with up-to-date, evidence-based guidance to the diagnosis, treatment and clinical management of a disease which accounts for a quarter of all cancers affecting men.
Whitworth: Myxobacteria: Multicellularity and Differentiation
By David E Whitworth
2007 (1st ed), 850 pages, $170 list
This volume represents a major review of many aspects of myxobacterial biology, including multicellularity, social behavior, differentiation, cellular regulation, metabolism, evolution, and ecology.
WHO: Laboratory Biosafety Manual
By World Health Organization
2005 (1st ed), 186 pages, $45 list
For more than 20 years, since it was first published in 1983, the Laboratory biosafety manual has provided practical guidance on biosafety techniques for use in laboratories at all levels.
WHO: Legionella And the Prevention of Legionellosis
2007 (1st ed), 276 pages, $29 list
This book provides a comprehensive overview on the sources, ecology and laboratory diagnosis of Legionella. Guidance is provided on risk assessment and risk management of susceptible environments.
WHO: SARS: How a Global Epidemic Was Stopped
By the World Health Organization (WHO)
2006 (1st ed), 307 pages, $36 list
Where did this frightening disease come from? How did it spread? And will the world be any better-prepared if it returns? For the first time, these and other questions are answered in this remarkable inside account of what really took place in those fateful months of 2003 when severe acute respiratory syndrome threatened to engulf the world.
Wick: Diagnostic Histochemistry
By Mark Wick
2008 (1st ed), 472 pages, 1200 illus, $164 list
Pathology is an inherently subjective discipline, and therefore is often referred to as both an art and a science. Over the years, laboratory physicians have implemented special tissue stains and molecular techniques to limit subjectivity in the discipline. Beginning in the late 19th century, histochemical stains were developed to assess diagnostic biochemical reactions in tissue. Histochemistry has recently seen a resurgence in popularity because of the higher costs of other newer methods. Today, this technique is used by almost every pathology laboratory across the world. This book comprehensively covers all diseases for which that technique plays a central role in diagnosis. Every anatomic region is covered in detail with examples of appropriate staining techniques, and the book is heavily illustrated with over 850 color photomicrographs. This is the first monograph to be published on histochemistry in 15 years, and it is the only one that is diagnostically-oriented.
Wick: Metastatic Carcinomas of Unknown Origin
By Mark Wick
2008 (1st ed), 280 pages, $165 list
Metastatic Carcinomas of Unknown Origin, by Mark R. Wick, MD, is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated discussion of the clinical features, pathologic attributes, and treatment approaches of metastatic carcinomas of unknown origin (MCUOs). The book is divided into five topic areas, covering clinical presentations, methods of pathologic evaluation, techniques for topographic localization, and treatment and prognosis of carcinomas from an unknown anatomic source, as well as postmortem validation studies pertaining to those subjects.
Wick: Neoplastic Mimics in Dermatopathology
By Mark R. Wick and James W. Patterson
2013 (1st ed), 208 pages, 400 illus, $160 list
This book provides the pathologist with detailed morphologic descriptions and diagnostic guidance in recognizing these neoplastic mimics as they occur in the skin. In addition, descriptions and diagnostic guidance are provided for the range of skin lesions that may mimic benign masses but are in fact neoplastic. Throughout the book comparisons of neoplastic mimics with true neoplasms are provided, at clinical, gross, and histologic levels. In the presentation of every entity, the points that contribute to differential diagnosis are emphasized.
Wick: Neoplastic Mimics in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Pathology
By Mark R. Wick and Henry D. Tazelaar
2013 (1st ed), 240 pages, 500 illus, $175 list
Neoplastic Mimics in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Pathology" provides the pathologist with detailed morphologic descriptions and diagnostic guidance in recognizing these neoplastic mimics as they occur in thoracic and cardiovascular pathology. In addition, descriptions and diagnostic guidance are provided for the range of lesions in these areas that may mimic benign masses but are in fact neoplastic. Imaging and clinical correlations are emphasized throughout to support the pathologist as consultant to the diagnostic and clinical management team. This analysis of diagnostic mimics guides the pathologist through recognizing and distinguishing the unusual variants, morphologic anomalies and misleading features that may easily lead to an inaccurate interpretation and missed diagnosis. Text descriptions and concise and specific and the book is extensively illustrated in "atlas" style for easy use as a visual reference. Every pathologist who sees thoracic and cardiovascular cases will find this book a valuable working tool to ensure accurate diagnosis.
Wickramasinghe: Lecture Notes: Haematology
By SN Wickramasinghe
2008 (8th ed), 240 pages, 167 illus, $40 list
This series is ideal for medical students, junior doctors and other allied health professionals. It concentrates on providing the required core subject knowledge and has been extensively revised and updated to reflect the considerable advances in the understanding of the molecular biology and pathogenesis of haematological disorders, while continuing the tradition of successfully integrating the physiological, pathological and clinical aspects of haematology.
Wikinson: Pathology of the Ovary, Fallopian Tube and Peritoneum
By Nafisa Wilkinson
2014, 415 pages, 166 illus $199 list
Pathology of the Ovary, Fallopian Tube and Peritoneum introduces the topic with a discussion of the anatomy, development, histology and normal function of the ovary, followed by chapters on non-neoplastic disorders of the ovary; surgery and medical management of ovarian cancer; and the use of imaging, frozen sections and cytology in ovarian pathology. The book then goes on to describe specific disorders of the ovary, fallopian tube and peritoneum in detail, and finishes with a chapter on specimen cut-up.
Wilkinson: Wilkinson and Stone Atlas of Vulvar Disease
By Edward Wilkinson
2012 (3rd ed), 288 pages, $160 list
Designed for quick, easy reference in the office or clinic, Atlas of Vulvar Disease is a robust pictorial and textual guide to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of vulvar diseases. Written by Edward J. Wilkinson, MD, a professor of pathology and expert in gynecologic pathology, and I. Keith Stone, MD, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology, this atlas is a must-have resource for both clinicians and pathologists focused on women’s health.
Williams: Evidence-Based Dermatology
By Hywel Williams, Michael Bigby, Thomas Diepgen, Andrew Herxheimer, Luigi Naldi, and Berthold Rzany
2008 (2nd ed), 744 pages, $300 list
Written and edited by some of the world’s leading experts in evidence-based dermatology, it takes a highly evidence-based approach to the treatment of all major and many of the less common skin conditions. Treatment recommendations which are based on the discussion of the best available evidence using a question-driven approach and a common structure on dealing with efficacy, drawbacks and implications for clinical practice.
Williams: Immunology: Mucosal and Body Surface Defenses
By Andrew Williams
2011 (1st ed), 398 pages, $85 list
The vast majority of medically important pathogens infect their host across a body surface such as the skin, or across a mucosal tissue such as the respiratory tract or intestines, as these sites are the ones exposed to the external environment. By focusing on immunity at mucosal and body surfaces this book presents a fresh, new approach to the teaching of immunology.
Williamson: Wallach's Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests
By Mary Williamson
2011 (9th ed), 1160 pages, $56 list
This text serves as a practical guide to the use of laboratory tests which aids physicians in using tests more effectively and efficiently by offering test outcomes, possible meanings, differential diagnosis, and summaries of tests available. The book has been reorganized into 2 sections. The first section is devoted to an alphabetical listing of laboratory tests while stressing the integration of the clinical laboratory in the clinical decision making process. Test sensitivity, specificity, and positive and negative infectious disease probabilities are included whenever appropriate. Microbiology tests are listed in a separate chapter. The second section is devoted to disease states. Where appropriate, a patients chief complaint and/or physical findings are initially presented with subsequent discussions focused on discrete disease states as they relate to a patients chief complaint.
Willis: ASCP Caseset: Laboratory Medicine
By Monte Willis and Frank Wians
2011 (1st ed), 694 pages, 106 illus, $140 list
The ASCP CaseSet series is a rich source of practical cases with significant teaching and self-study value. Cases are chosen by leading authorities in the major subspecialties of clinical pathology.
Willis: Cellular and Molecular Pathobiology of Cardiovascular Disease
By Monte Willis, Jonathon Homeister and James Stone
2014, 400 pages, $142 list
Cellular and Molecular Pathobiology of Cardiovascular Disease focuses on the pathophysiology of common cardiovascular disease in the context of its underlying mechanisms and molecular biology. This book has been developed from the editors' experiences teaching an advanced cardiovascular pathology course for PhD trainees in the biomedical sciences, and trainees in cardiology, pathology, public health, and veterinary medicine. No other single text-reference combines clinical cardiology and cardiovascular pathology with enough molecular content for graduate students in both biomedical research and clinical departments.
Wilson: Bacteriology of Humans
By Michael Wilson
2008 (2nd ed), 360 pages, 400 illus, $129 list
This comprehensive, yet accessible text provides an up-to-date guide to the development, composition and distribution of indigenous microbial communities of humans. With the aid of abundant colour figures, diagrams, tables and maps, it establishes links between the physicochemical factors prevailing at an anatomical site and the types of microbes to be found there. The book includes an introduction to the human-microbe symbiosis as well as an in-depth look at the main systems and organs of the human body that have an indigenous microbiota. Each chapter includes a list of references for further study.
Wingard: Fungal Infections in the Immunocompromised Patient
By John Wingard
2005 (1st ed), 704 pages, $180 list
Unlike any other source on the subject, this reference provides an up-to-date account of fungal syndromes in immunocompromised patients and provides expert descriptions of their clinical manifestations and settings in which they cause illness-covering the pros and cons of current and emerging diagnostic measures, techniques to incorporate new diagnostic tools and treatments into established clinical practices, and the most recent therapeutic strategies in patient care.
Winter: Handbook of Diagnostic Endocrinology
By William E Winter, Lori J Sokoll and Ishwarlal Jialal
2008 (2nd ed), 447 pages, $89 list
The book is written specifically for clinical chemists, chemical pathologists, endocrinologists, and senior medical technologists to aid them in the investigation of endocrine and metabolic disorders. In addition to covering the most common disorders, the book also addresses endocrine disorders of the GI tract, disorders of the adrenal and pituitary glands, malignancy-associated endocrine disorders, and reproductive endocrinology.
Wittekind: TNM Supplement
By Christian Wittekind
2012 (4th ed), 284 pages, $55 list
The TNM Supplement, 4th Edition, includes new, detailed definitions of anatomical sites, regional lymph nodes, and TNM categories. It answers questions that frequently arise during daily use of the TNM system. Importantly, the TNM Supplement expands on the minimum requirements for pathological classification of individal tumour sites and enumerates the recommended criteria for each. Published in association with the Union for International Cancer Control, it provides oncologists with complementary material related to TNM staging not covered in TNM Classification of Malignant Tumours, 7th Edition.
Wold: Atlas of Orthopedic Pathology: with CD-ROM
By Lester E Wold, K Krishnan Unni, Franklin H Sim and Murali Sundaram
2008 (3rd ed), 560 pages, $219 list
This authoritative resource illustrates and discusses the pathologic, radiographic, and differential diagnostic aspects and clinicopathological correlations for a full range of neoplastic and non-neoplastic conditions of the bones and joints. A bulleted, outline format makes reference quick and easy, and a bonus CD-ROM, new to this edition, offers all of the books illustrations in electronic format.
Wolf: Emergency Dermatology
By Ronni Wolf
2010 (1st ed), 400 pages, $130 list
The first chapters of this book are directed toward those dermatologists who care for hospitalized patients with severe and dangerous skin diseases. Later chapters are intended for all physicians, including dermatologists, who wish to hone their diagnostic skills, expand their knowledge and understanding of pathological events, and learn treatment options available for acute life-threatening skin diseases. This book brings together top dermatologists around the world to address the complicated and multifaceted field of dermatologic emergencies for the practicing dermatologist and emergency physician.
Wolff: Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology
By Klaus Wolff
2009 (6th ed), 1104 pages, 100 illus, $75 list
Covering the full range of conditions, from rashes, to skin lesions and disorders of the hair, nail, and mucosa, Fitzpatrick's is a unique combination of text, clinical reference, and color atlas-one that gives you the best quality and most varied photographs of skin disorders available anywhere. The book features a consistent format featuring key facts pertaining to epidemiology, clinical manifestations, physical exam, diagnosis, and treatment, each paired with several clear photographs to show how the condition appears-plus boxed overviews of each disease category with severity-specific icons.
Wong: Drugs of Abuse: Body Fluid Testing
By Raphael Wong
2010 (1st ed), 316 pages, $209 list
A comprehensive review of the science of drug testing in all its aspects, placing emphasis on technologies that use body fluids other than urine for determining the presence of drugs of abuse. The authors discuss the various body fluid specimens suitable for testing for illicit drugs-particularly saliva, sweat, and hair-describe the structural and manufacturing aspects of on-site testing devices based on lateral flow immunoassay, and detail the pitfalls of using these specimens. They also discuss in detail the problem of sample adulteration and its detection. Since oral fluid has the best potential of succeeding urine as the next matrix of choice for drug detection, four popular saliva testing devices are examined: Intercept®, the Drager Drug Test®, Oratect®, and Drugwipe. Political, social, and legal issues are also considered in articles on privacy, the use of drug testing in courts, and the problem of sample adulteration.
Woo: Oral Pathology
By Sook-Bin Woo
2012 (1st ed), 464 pages, 1600 illus, $183 list
Oral Pathology: A Comprehensive Atlas and Text provides all the assistance you need to accurately identify even the most challenging lesions. Board certified in both oral pathology and oral medicine, Dr. Sook-Bin Woo draws on her extensive clinical experience to help you achieve diagnostic certainty.
Woodward: Rad-Path for Urologists
By Paula Woodward
2015, 800 pages, 2500 illus, $299 list
Rad-Path for Urologists is a first-of-its kind book intended to help urologists master required knowledge in radiology, pathology, and anatomy. Published by Amirsys, a global leader in medical knowledge, this image-intensive book provides a detailed review of the top 125 rad-path diagnoses. A key feature is over 2,500 high-quality pathology stains, radiologic images, and medical illustrations designed to highlight the most relevant information for urologists. Utilizing the classic Amirsys bulleted text format, essential information is condensed for fast and easy comprehension and the Key Facts section provides quick reference to the most critical considerations. In this must-have guide, an expert radiologist and pathologist help the reader identify crucial elements of each diagnosis along with hundreds of potential differential diagnoses. This handsome volume equips urologists with the most essential knowledge.
Worden: Oncology Boards Flash Review
By Francis Worden
2013 (1st ed), 432 pages, $55 list
Oncology Boards Flash Review is a question-and-answer book designed to summarize the most important facts one needs to know for the medical oncology boards, including the most up-to-date information on well-established chemotherapy regimens for a variety of malignancies.
Wright: Diagnostic Lymph Node Pathology
By Dennis Wright
2011 (2nd ed), 176 pages, 300 illus, $195 list
Thoroughly updated and revised in line with the latest World Health Organization classification system, the second edition of Diagnostic Lymph Node Pathology continues to be an essential guide to the interpretation of lymph node biopsies for all professional and trainee general pathologists and haematopathologists alike.
Presented in full colour with numerous illustrations of exceptional quality, the new edition covers both classical and less well known features of individual disease processes together with the differential diagnoses of lymph node biopsy specimens. B-cell lymphomas have been reorganized in line with WHO guidelines whereas topics such as Epstein-Barr virus, age-related lymphomas and prognostic indicators have been expanded and new cases using needle core biopsies are presented.
Wright: Essentials of Clinical Infectious Diseases
By William Wright
2013 (1st ed), 384 pages, $50 list
This practical handbook provides readers with a quick but comprehensive overview of the major infectious disease topics and clinical approach to diagnosis and management. Covering the core areas of importance to students, residents, fellows, and practitioners in any discipline, the book presents a systematic method for understanding basic mechanisms, establishing a diagnosis, and implementing appropriate treatment for commonly encountered problems. Written in outline format with 46 short, focused chapters, this ready reference is essential reading for physicians looking for guidance in navigating the constellation of symptoms and myriad treatment options for patients with infectious diseases.
Wu: Tietz Clinical Guide to Laboratory Tests
By Alan Wu
2006 (4th ed), 1952 pages, 6 illus, $65 list
This new edition of Norbert Tietzs classic handbook presents information on common tests as well as rare and highly specialized tests and procedures including a summary of the utility and merit of each test. Biological variables that may affect test results are discussed, and a focus is placed on reference ranges, diagnostic information, clinical interpretation of laboratory data, interferences, and specimen types.
Xiao: Liver Pathology
By Shu-Yuan Xiao and Kiyoko Oshima MD
2014, 200 pages, 200+ illus, $71 list
Liver Pathology covers the key entities and diagnoses that pathologists see in daily practice, focusing on the salient H&E histopathology of each entity with concise descriptions of clinical features, differential diagnosis, and references for further study. It provides the opportunity for correlation with clinical data and radiologic and laboratory findings that are essential to correct diagnosis of non-neoplastic disease and correlation with morphologic and immunohistochemical features in the case of neoplastic liver disease.
By Anthony Yachnis
2013 (1st ed), 368 pages, $260 list
Save time diagnosing neuropathology specimens with Neuropathology, part of the growing High-Yield Pathology Series. Dr. Anthony Yachnis and Dr. Marie Rivera-Zengotita help you review the key features of neuropathology specimens, recognize the classic look of each disease, and quickly confirm your diagnosis. A logical format, excellent color photographs, concise bulleted text, and authoritative content will help you accurately identify hundreds of discrete disease entities.
Yang: Lung and Mediastinum Cytohistology
By Grace Yang
2012 (1st ed), 290 pages, $175 list
Each volume in this richly illustrated series, sponsored by the Papanicolaou Society of Cytopathology, provides an organ-based approach to the cytological and histological diagnosis of small tissue samples. Benign, pre-malignant and malignant entities are presented in a well-organized and standardized format, with high-resolution color photomicrographs, tables, tabulated specific morphologic criteria and appropriate ancillary testing algorithms. Example vignettes allow the reader to assimilate the diagnostic principles in a case-based format. This volume provides comprehensive coverage of lung and mediastinal cytopathology. It presents a correlation of findings from fine-needle aspiration and exfoliative cytology and histologic findings obtained via core needle biopsies and surgical specimens. With a focus on malignant tumors, the full spectrum of inflammatory disorders, infectious diseases, hyperplasias and benign tumor or tumor-like lesions are also covered in detail. With over 500 printed photomicrographs and a CD-ROM offering all images in a downloadable format, this is an important resource for all anatomic pathologists.
Yang: RNA Viruses: Host Gene Responses to Infections
By Decheng Yang
2009 (1st ed), 691 pages, $144 list
This is the first comprehensive book on human/animal gene responses to RNA viral infections, including prevalent, emerging and re-emerging RNA viruses such as HIV, SARS-CoV, West Nile virus, influenza virus and many others. Organized into 29 highly accessible and well-illustrated chapters, this volume explores state-of-the-art knowledge of the molecular mechanisms of RNA virus infection and host-virus interactions. This comprehensive compilation of the altered gene expression profiles and signal transduction pathways in host cells in response to the majority of human/animal RNA viruses opens new directions for basic and clinical research on viral pathogenesis, and also provides valuable biomarkers for researchers to select gene targets in the development of diagnostic tests and antiviral therapeutics for a number of infectious diseases.
Yang: Thyroid Fine Needle Aspiration
By Grace Yang
2013 (1st ed), 462 pages, $175 list
This practical text and color atlas tells the story of 350 patients, covering a wide range of thyroid lesions with high quality composite images that correlate cytology with histology, and radiology with pathology. Each case includes clinical presentation and final pathology. Concise, easy-to-read text enables readers to quickly find the information they need for accurate diagnosis. 'Lookalike' lesions are grouped together so the subtle cytological differences can be appreciated. The author's practical approach explains mistakes made and lessons learned, so diagnostic pitfalls can be avoided. Logarithmic triage diagrams are provided, as well as over 2000 printed photomicrographs and a CD-ROM offering images in downloadable format. Written by a leading cytopathologist who has performed onsite assessment for over 10,000 ultrasound-guided thyroid fine needle aspirations, this is an important resource for all healthcare professionals dealing with thyroid patients, including cytopathologists, surgical pathologists, cytotechnologists, sonographers, radiologists, endocrinologists and surgeons.
Yang: Transabdominal Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy
By Grace Yang
2007 (2nd ed), 488 pages, $266 list
he objective of this book is to share authors' combined 30 years' experience in the fine-needle aspiration biopsy diagnosis of organs beneath the diaphragm with general pathologists. Starting from the basics, this book progresses to in-depth cytomorphologic analysis with histologic and immunohistochemical confirmation of specific entities. Cytohistological correlation is emphasized by using composite images from either resected tumor or the cell block whenever possible.
Yanoff: Ocular Pathology
By Myron Yanoff, Joseph W. Sassani
2014 (7th ed), 714 pages, 1900 illus, $350 list
Comprehensive, yet concise and clinically oriented, the new edition of Ocular Pathology brings you the very latest advances of every aspect of ocular pathology. From updated information on today's imaging techniques, to the implementation of genetic data to better understand disease, this esteemed medical reference book promises to keep you at the forefront of your field.
Yantiss: Advances in Surgical Pathology: Colorectal Carcinoma and Tumors of the Vermiform Appendix
By Rhonda Yantiss
2013 (1st ed), 336 pages, 302 illus, $150 list
Advances in Surgical Pathology: Colorectal Carcinoma and Tumors of the Vermiform Appendix, a volume in the Advances in Surgical Pathology series, features chapters on current and impending changes in the field with an emphasis on practical issues, recent developments, and emerging concepts. Created as a quick review to be used during pathologic evaluation of cancer specimens from the lower gastrointestinal tract, this book contains the latest information regarding emerging endoscopic techniques that aid in tumor classification and staging, mechanisms of pathogenesis, and clinical management.
Yantiss: Diagnostic Pathology: GI Endoscopic Correlations
By Rhonda Yantiss
2014, 616 pages, 1200 illus, $278 list
Diagnostic Pathology: GI Endoscopic Correlation is designed for the gastrointestinal pathologist, practicing gastroenterologist, and trainees in the field, although it provides useful information to general practitioners in internal medicine and surgical pathology. With nearly 200 diagnoses-all featuring the most recent information and formatted with Amirsys® pioneered, bulleted text-this reference provides a comprehensive, atlas-like, overview of endoscopic and microscopic correlates.
Yantiss: Frozen Section Library: Liver, Extrahepatic Biliary Tree and Gallbladder
By Rhonda Yantiss
2011 (1st ed), 190 pages, 204 illus, $139 list
The Frozen Section Library series provides concise, user-friendly, site specific handbooks that are well illustrated and highlight the pitfalls, artifacts and differential diagnosis issues that arise in the hurried frozen section scenario. Frozen Section Library: Liver, Extrahepatic Biliary Tree and Gallbladder provides a convenient reference for use during intraoperative consultation. The volume addresses commonly encountered challenges, such as the diagnosis of primary and secondary hepatic neoplasms and assessment of gross abnormalities of the gallbladder. The assessment of frozen section biopsies for liver transplantation, a challenging and increasingly encountered situation, is detailed in the form of histologic criteria that should be reported. Emphasis is placed on the differential diagnoses of gross and microscopic findings with attention to potential pitfalls and artifacts encountered on frozen section. gross and microscopic images are provided as well as user-friendly tables for quick reference.
Yazer: Transfusion in the Year 2020: The Future of Blood Transfusion Clinics in Laboratory Medicine
By Mark Yazer
2010 (1st ed), 517 pages, $105 list
This issue of Clinics in Laboratory Medicine, Guest Edited by Mark Yazer, MD, on the topic of Blood Transfusion will include the following article topics: Xenotransfusion; FDA Perspective; Inflammatory Cytokines as Predictors of Alloimmunization; Cryopreservation of RBCs, PLT and Stem Cells; PLT Storage Lesion; Future of Blood Management; Future of Molecular Testing for RBC Antigens: ECO Cells; Farmed RBCs; Farming RBCs from Stem Cells; Politics and Blood Transfusion; and Fetal Blood Grouping from Maternal Plasma.
Yazici: Behçets Syndrome
By Yusuf Yazici
2010 (1st ed), 200 pages, 30 illus, $169 list
This book covers the most recent developments in the basic and clinical aspects of Behçet’s Syndrome. International authorities have collaborated to offer their diverse expert knowledge on the multiple systems involved. The definitive resource on Behçet’s Syndrome, this book is well suited for rheumatologists, dermatologists, ophthalmologists, and all health professionals caring for Behçet’s patients.
Young: Tumors of the Prostate Gland, Seminal Vesicles, Male Urethra, and Penis (Vol 28)
By Robert H. Young, John R. Srigley, Mahul B. Amin, Thomas M. Ulbright, and Anthony L Cubilla
2000, 512 pages, $105 list
Many important advances have been made in the publication of the second series fascicle on this topic in 1973. The publication of this work is especially timely given the explosion of interest in the pathology of the prostate gland, and the current large volume of difficult prostatic biopsy specimens. Although accounting for a much lesser number of specimens, the pathology of the seminal vesicles, male urethra, and penis provides diverse challenges in interpretation. Furthermore, carcinoma of the penis, which is relatively common in certain parts of the world, has been the subject of a number of important recent studies. Accurate pathologic interpretations of all the entities that may be encountered in these regions, and the sometimes challenging distinction between benign and malignant, have major therapeutic implications.This fascicle emphasizes the differential diagnosis of carcinoma of the organs considered, particularly the distinction of carcinoma from mimics of cancer, tumor grading, and pathologic information of prognostic significance. It begins with a consideration of the normal anatomy and histology of the prostate gland followed by discussion of prostatic hyperplasia and the precursors of prostatic adenocarcinoma. The ensuing three chapters discuss conventional carcinoma of the prostate gland, variants of prostatic cancer, and miscellaneous other prostatic tumors. The final chapter on the prostate reviews in detail the numerous benign proliferations that may potentially be misinterpreted as neoplastic. Individual chapters are devoted to the seminal vesicles, male urethra, and penis. The emphasis of this work remains routine light-microscopic interpretation, which is diagnostic in the great majority of cases. The role of immunochemistry is emphasized where appropriate, for example, in the evaluation of problematic prostate proliferations and in confirming the prostate cell type of certain benign and malignant lesions. This 512-page fascicle, written by five pathologists with extensive experience evaluating genitourinary pathology, includes 835 color and 83 halftone illustrations. Every effort has been made to include the most current references as well as important contributions from the older literature.
Young: Wheater's Basic Pathology
By Barbara Young
2009 (5th ed), 348 pages, $70 list
This text is a pathology resource that offers a comprehensive introduction to the subject first by covering fundamental pathological processes and then addressing the common diseases encountered in systems pathology. Hundreds of high-quality images illustrate the essential features of pathology and make it easy to make definitive comparisons to your own lab samples, while concise captions enable you to quickly and easily understand key points. New online access via Student Consult further enhances your study of the material with additional valuable content including USMLE-style questions and much more. Wheater's Basic Pathology is an excellent companion resource for users of Wheater's Functional Histology, Wheater's Review of Histology, and Basic Pathology, or Robbins and Cotran Pathology Flash Cards.
Young: Wheater's Functional Histology
By Barbara Young
2013 (1st ed), 464 pages, $73 list
Take a simple approach to understanding the fundamentals with Wheater's Functional Histology. Offering concise text accompanied by hundreds of captions and images of histology slides, this best-selling textbook will equip you with all the must-know histology information you need to complete your courses and ace your exams.
Yousef: Molecular Testing in Cancer
By George M. Yousef and Serge Jothy
2014, 442 pages, 87 illus, $176 list
Molecular Testing in Cancer provides a state of the art review of clinically relevant molecular pathology in cancer. The book provides a brief, easy to read review of commonly employed diagnostic molecular techniques including recently developed "next generation" analytic tools, and offers a system-based run-through of the utility of molecular testing in individual cancer types, as well as reviewing current markers in cancer diagnosis, prognosis, and management. The volume also provides a prospective for the future which includes recently characterized and emerging biomarkers.
Yu: Cancer Stem Cells: Methods and Protocols
By John S. Yu
2012, 300 pages, $150 list
Through the revolutionary concept of cancer stem cells, cancer research has been reinvigorated to study the role of these unique cells in cancer propagation and as targets of innovative therapies. In Cancer Stem Cells: Methods and Protocols, preeminent researchers have compiled cancer stem cell research techniques and protocols to promote healthy competition, discourse, and collaboration in this vital field. The volume covers extensive topics such as identification and isolation of cancer stem cells, animal models of cancer stem cells, methylation profiling, the contribution of the niche in the regulation of cancer stem cells, immunologic targeting, and the use of normal stem cells as a treatment, among other subjects. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology™ series format, chapters include brief introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and expert notes on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, Cancer Stem Cells: Methods and Protocols will aid scientists around the world in the furthering of our understanding of cancer initiation and propagation and, most importantly, in the development of novel targets for cancer therapy.
Zambrano: Soft Tissue Pathology
By Eduardo Zambrano
2012 (1st ed), 225 pages, $75 list
Soft Tissue Pathology, the fourth volume in the Demos Surgical Pathology Guides series covers the full range of key soft tissue entities and diagnoses that pathologists can expect to see in daily practice. The chapters cover benign and malignant entities found in soft tissue including fibroblastic and myofibroblastic proliferations, fibrohistocytic tumors, adipocytic tumors, smooth muscle tumors, nerve sheath tumors, osseous and cartilaginous soft tissue tumors and more. Soft Tissue Pathology is highly illustrated throughout and provides a handy summary and quick reference guide for pathology residents and less experienced pathologists. In addition, it serves as a portable "refresher course" or MOC review tool for more experienced pathologists.
Zander: Molecular Pathology of Lung Diseases
By Dani S Zander, Helmut H Popper, Jaishree Jagirdar, Abida K Haque, Philip T Cagle and Roberto Barrios
2007 (1st ed), 682 pages, 150 illus, $169 list
Molecular Pathology of Lung Diseases provides a bridge between clinical pulmonary pathology and basic molecular science. It is designed to provide a practical disease-based overview that will be useful to pathologists, pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons and other health care providers interested in lung disease.
Zander: Pulmonary Pathology: A Volume in Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology Series
By Dani S. Zander and Carol F. Farvers
2008 (1st ed), 864 pages, $159 list
This volume packs today's most essential pulmonary pathology into a compact, high-yield format! It covers both common and rare neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of the lung and pleura and focuses primarily on diagnosis with correlations to clinical and radiographic characteristics.
By Eduardo Zappi
2012 (1st ed), 219 pages, 273 illus, $189 list
This book shall assist the microscopist in a practical way, with the help of three mainstays, a. clinical information, b. the resources a standard histopathology laboratory may offer and c. the light microscope, to approach and solve the diagnostic problems he/she may face in the field of dermatopa¬thology. In fact, this is the way in which the senior author of this book has been successfully working over thirty years in his capacity as director of a private dermatopathology laboratory.
Zeibig: Clinical Parasitology
By Elizabeth Ziebig
2012 (2nd ed), 384 pages, $53 list
Now in full color, the second edition of Clinical Parasitology provides you with all of the information needed to perform, read, and interpret parasitology tests in a clear and understandable way. The user-friendly design, extensive illustrations, pedagogical features and clear descriptions of look-a-like parasites will help you better hone your skills and confidently perform clinical procedures.
Zhai: Frozen Section Library: Endocrine Organs
By Qihui Zhai
2013 (1st ed), 199 pages, $189 list
Written by expert surgical pathologists, Frozen Section Library: Endocrine Organs presents common and practical problems including follicular adenoma versus follicular carcinoma, papillary thyroid carcinoma versus reactive change and freezing artifact, follicular variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma, and medullary thyroid carcinoma. Anaplastic carcinoma, thyroid lymphoma, resection margin of a pancreatic endocrine tumor, pheochromocytoma within an adrenal gland and extra- adrenal gland, parathyroid tissue versus a thyroid tissue and versus a lymph node are also explored in detail. All chapters are illustrated with color pictures and accompanied legends.
Zhai: Frozen Section Library: Head and Neck
By Qihui Zhai
2010 (1st ed), 115 pages, 150 illus, $80 list
Frozen Section Library: Head and Neck will provide a convenient, user-friendly handbook to expedite use when performing intraoperative consultations on head and neck specimens. This book will be 5 X 8 and is estimated to be about 200 to 250 pages in toto with 100 to 150 color figures. An organ and clinical scenario based approach will be used in this book. This book will be divided into chapters based on the organs and anatomic locations. Within the chapter, a consistent format with the critical issues as a focus will be used including the frequently encountered clinical scenarios and the specific questions from the surgeons, frequent diagnostic considerations and their major diagnostic criteria with associated diagnostic pearls, artifacts and pitfalls and how to avoid them.
By Ming Zhou
2012, 560 pages, 600 illus, $200 list
Uropathology, a volume in the High Yield Pathology Series, makes it easy to recognize the classic manifestations of urologic diseases and quickly confirm your diagnoses. A templated format, excellent color photographs, authoritative content, and online access make Uropathology an ideal reference for busy pathologists.
Zouali: The Epigenetics of Autoimmune Diseases
By Moncef Zouali
2009 (1st ed), 472 pages, $180 list
This book provides valuable insight into the important new area of the role of epigenetic mechanisms in autoimmune disease. It covers the latest discoveries and developments in epigenetics and their significance in a variety of autoimmune diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune anaemia, type-1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, autoimmune gastritis, thyroiditis, and systemic lupus erythematosus.
Zuberbier: Urticaria and Angioedema
By Torsten Zuberbier
2010 (1st ed), 250 pages, 50 illus, $129 list
This book provides a practical and comprehensive review of all types and aspects of urticaria and angioedema important to the clinician. Its content is completely up-to-date, taking into consideration both current guidelines and all recent literature. This clinical guide highlights current knowledge about pathophysiology, and focuses on the clinically relevant aspects of diagnosis and treatment. It also includes a full range of standard operating procedures, as well as patient information leaflets in a copy-ready format, thus offering invaluable assistance in the daily practical management of urticaria patients. This book provides indispensable assistance to all physicians specializing in dermatology, allergy, internal medicine, pediatrics and general medicine.
Zynger: Prostate Pathology
By Debra Zynger
2014 (1st ed), 232 pages, 200 illus, $85 list
Prostate Pathology concentrates on the salient H&E histopathology of each entity discussed with brief descriptors of the clinical features, differential diagnosis, and relevant literature references for each entity. The book features a bulleted format with H&E illustrations to match histopathologic criteria. Helpful ancillary tests, in particular, appropriate immunohistochemical panels are also summarized. Prostate Pathology provides a synopsis of all common prostate entities and covers non-neoplastic conditions, including description of normal structures, premalignant conditions and prostate carcinoma, and mesenchymal, hemotopoietic and secondary tumors. The book provides a handy summary and quick reference guide for pathology residents and will serve as a "portable refresher course" or MOC review tool for the more experienced pathologist.
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