Books for Pathologists

Revised: 5 September 2015

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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

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Anderson: Microorganisms and Bioterrorism (Infectious Agents and Pathogenesis)
By Burt Anderson, Herman Friedman, Mauro Bendinelli
2010 (reprint of 1st Ed), 260 pages, $149 list
The purpose of this book is to bring together, in a single volume, the most up-to-date information concerning microbes with potential as bioterrorist weapons. The primary audience includes microbiologists, including bacteriologists, virologists and mycologists, in academia, government laboratories and research institutes at the forefront of studies concerning microbes which have potential as bioterrorist weapons, public health physicians and researchers and scientists who must be trained to deal with bioterrorist attacks as well as laboratory investigators who must identify and characterize these microorganisms from the environment and from possibly infected patients.
Antosia: Handbook of Bioterrorism and Disaster Medicine
By Robert Antosia, John D. Cahill
2010 (reprint of 1st ed), 510 pages, $109 list
This is an essential portable handbook on bioterrorism and disaster medicine. Its practical and comprehensive text features chapters pertinent to bioterrorism, infectious disease, microbiology, virology, public health, epidemiology, and disaster medicine. It will serve as a practical guide for situation-specific disasters; recognize what injuries or illnesses to expect; provide proactive guidelines to define specific diseases; and give a guide of appropriate personnel protective equipment during these large-scale emergencies. It is an essential companion to those either interested or currently working in any of the aforementioned fields.
Katz: Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense
By Rebecca Katz, Raymond A. Zilinskas
2011 (2nd Ed), 688 pages, $400 list
The second edition of the Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense provides complete coverage of bioterrorism and defense against it, spanning scientific, technological, clinical, legal, historical, and political aspects. The topics cover the most recent developments and thinking on biodefense, biosecurity, terrorism, science, and policy. In addition, the Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense provides an up-to-date overview of U.S. federal biodefense efforts, including explanations of all of the relevant agencies and missions, research agendas, legislation, and regulations. This edition revises and updates the original Encyclopedia, making it the single authoritative resource for students, scientists, policymakers, and journalists.
Kendall: Advances in Biological and Chemical Terrorism Countermeasures
By Ronald J. Kendall, Steven M. Presley, Galen P. Austin, Philip N. Smith
2012 (reprint of 1st Ed), 304 pages, $136 list
Biological and chemical weapons are a growing terrorist threat to the United States and other nations and countermeasures continue to evolve as a national and global priority issue. To keep up with this rapidly changing and vital field we must establish the current state-of-the-science on countermeasures to form a platform from which to offer perspectives, policies, and procedures that will assist the United States and other nations to defend themselves from future threats.
Kwaik: Francisella Tularensis: Biology, Pathogenicity, Epidemiology, and Biodefense
By Yousef Abu Kwaik, Dennis W Metzger, Francis Nano, Anders Sjostedt and Richard Titball
2007 (1st ed), 352 pages, $160 list
This is the first book on tularemia. The volume explores the mechanisms of pathogenesis, genetics and genetic manipulations, genomics and metagenomics, animal models, protective immunity, pathophysiology, vaccine development, genetic susceptibility and routine and rapid microbiological diagnostic tools.
Richman: Medical Response to Terror Threats (Nato Acience for Peace and Security)
By A. Richman, S.C. Shapira, Y. Sharan
2010 (1st Ed), 140 pages, $150 list
We do not automatically associate the practice of medicine with al-Qaeda or weapons of mass destruction, yet medical practitioners increasingly play their part in the war against terrorism. Called to risk their own lives in order to help others, they are always among those first responders who must overcome their natural instinct to get away, and instead, rush to the scene of any fresh terror attack to offer what aid they can to the victims. The successful medical response to terror threats requires regular training and accurate information. This book is one product of the NATO workshop Terror Medicine, held in Jerusalem in 2008. The twelve chapters were written by the subject matter experts who led this workshop and topics covered include: assessment of medical threats in various types of terrorist attack, the special medical threat of suicide bombings, the unique epidemiology of terrorist attacks, management of terror related mass casualty events (MCE), analysis of case studies and best practices as well as lessons learned and standard operating protocol (SOP) expertise. Reflecting multiple lifetimes worth of experience and research and providing expert analysis to the professionals who must respond to the hazards, threats and injuries caused by terrorism, this book is an important addition to the resources of those who continue to fight global terrorism with their medical skills, as well as being of interest to all who support them in that fight.
Swearengen: Biodefense Research Methodology and Animal Models, Second Edition
By James R. Swearengen
2012 (2nd Ed), 415 pages, $130 list
Significant advances have been made in animal model development for biological research since the publication of the first edition of this volume, and the ramifications of the FDAs Animal Efficacy Rule have become better understood in the scientific community. With each chapter completely updated with the latest research findings, Biodefense Research Methodology and Animal Models, Second Edition spans the spectrum of coverage from basic research to advanced development of medical countermeasures.