Books for Pathologists
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Ali: Atlas of Thyroid Cytopathology
By Syed Z. Ali, Ritu Nayar, Jeffrey F. Krane, William H. Westra
2013 (1st ed), 224 pages, 500 illus, $135 list
The Atlas of Thyroid Cytopathology is a generously illustrated and user-friendly volume that serves as a desk reference and a practical guide in the diagnostically challenging area of thyroid cytopathology. The text is comprised of 500 high-resolution color images that thoroughly illustrate the important aspects of the cytopathology of thyroid disease. Complete coverage of thyroid cytopathology is provided; in addition to full coverage of non-neoplastic lesions, benign and borderline neoplasms and papillary thyroid carcinoma, chapters include normal cytology, uncommon primary neoplasms, follicular neoplasms, Hürthle cell neoplasms, medullary thyroid carcinomas, and metastatic and secondary cancers. Selected images of the histopathologic characteristics of the lesions are also included for morphologic correlation, making this text attractive to both cytopathologists and surgical pathologists. Nationally recognized experts in thyroid cytopathology and histopathology provide authoritative analysis of every aspect of thyroid cytopathologic analysis.
Ali: The Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology
By Syed Ali
2009 (1st ed), 174 pages, 235 illus, $40 list
The Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology will provide the reader with a unified approach to diagnosing and reporting thyroid FNA interpretations. It will serve as a reference guide not just for pathologists, but also endocrinologists, surgeons, and radiologists.
Arora: Practical Manual of Thyroid and Parathyroid Disease
By Asit Arora
2010 (1st ed), 220 pages, $105 list
Edited and authored by international experts,A Practical Manual of Thyroid and Parathyroid Disease presents concise, evidence-based, multi-disciplinary guidance relevant for a global audience. Where appropriate, chapters include an evidence appraisal section which critically assesses the level of the evidence available for different treatment options.
Asa: Tumors of the Pituitary Gland
By Sylvia Asa
2011 (1st ed), 283 pages, $95 list
The classification of pituitary disease is becoming easier, and as targeted therapies are being developed, the role of the pathologist in determining accurate diagnoses is increasingly important. The surgical pathologist musttherefore recognize the important role of morphologic analysis in classifying sellar pathology for the diagnosis and management of the pituitary patient.
Braunstein: Thyroid Cancer
By Glenn Braunstein
2011, 332 pages, 135 illus, $219 list
The American Cancer Society recently estimated that about 45,000 new cases of thyroid cancer will be diagnosed in the United States, with three-quarters occurring in women. The overall 5-year survival rate is about 97%, making it one of the least lethal cancers. We are experiencing an epidemic of well-differentiated thyroid cancer, in part due to the widespread use of imaging modalities that detect thyroid nodules and microcarcinomas. Concurrently, there have been a number of recent advances in surgical treatment, as well as diagnostic modalities that allow us to detect small amounts of residual local and metastatic disease. Additionally, a reexamination of past treatment regimens has led to new recommendations regarding the use of radioactive iodine, and to new therapeutic options, such as targeted therapy which have supplanted the use of more toxic chemotherapy for metastatic cancer. Multiple academic organizations have developed consensus guidelines for the management of thyroid cancer, occasionally with conflicting recommendations. In Thyroid Cancer, a renowned group of authors presents a broad overview of the pathology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of thyroid cancer, with an emphasis on recent evidence-based information. State-of-the-art and a significant contribution to the literature, Thyroid Cancer is an invaluable reference for endocrinologists, oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians, radiation oncologists, primary care physicians, and surgeons who deal with head and neck cancer.
Campbell: Pathology of the Pancreas
By Fiona Campbell and Caroline Verbeke
2013 (1st ed), 424 illus, 260 pages, $169 list
Pathology of the Pancreas: A Practical Approach enables the pathologist to recognize the various pathological entities and provide the key information in their pathology reports, which is necessary for the individual patient’s further management. It is based on the most recent diagnostic algorithms, international consensus guidelines, and systems for disease classification, staging and grading. Clinical information is also included, where it is important for the multidisciplinary team management discussion.
Clark: Thyroid Cytopathology
By Douglas Clark
2010 (2nd ed), 115 illus, 144 pages, $80 list
Thyroid Cytopathology uses a simple algorithmic approach to the diagnosis of thyroid fine needle aspirations (FNA). This user-friendly, reference begins with an introduction to clinical aspects, a guide to performing and processing thyroid FNAs, and an overview to the algorithmic approach to thyroid FNA cytopathology. Organized in 11 easy-to-read chapters, this volume discusses the background, diagnostic approaches and criteria, differential diagnoses, and clinical management of inflammatory, colloid, follicular, Hurthle cell and cystic lesions, as well as, papillary, medullary and undifferentiated carcinomas.
Erickson: Atlas of Endocrine Pathology
By Lori Erickson
2014 (1st ed), 178 pages, 500 illus, $139 list
Atlas of Endocrine Pathology provides a comprehensive compendium of photomicrographs of common and uncommon entities in endocrine pathology. The volume includes histologic features of normal features, reactive conditions, hyperplasia, and tumors. The most helpful diagnostic features are illustrated to provide direction and clues to the diagnosis of endocrine tumors. Furthermore, photomicrographs highlight the most pertinent diagnostic features in problematic diagnoses in endocrine pathology.
Felner: Endocrine Pathophysiology
By Eric Felner and Guillermo Umpierrez
2013, 464 pages, $50 list
Endocrine Pathophysiology offers a comprehensive introduction to diseases of the endocrine system. Rather than providing an overwhelming amount of content on one subject, this book serves as a bridge between basic endocrine physiology and endocrine disorders. Included in the text are case studies covering a variety of endocrine disorders in both inpatient and outpatient settings. With the changes in many medical school curriculums to a clinically-based curriculum, this book provides a cutting-edge approach to endocrine pathophysiology.
Heilo: Atlas of Thyroid Lesions
By Arne Heilo
2010 (1st ed), 267 pages, 802 illus, $150 list
Atlas of Thyroid Lesions provides a broad overview of the variety of lesions in the thyroid gland and their different characteristics and features, in ultrasound, cytological and histological appearance. Nodules in the thyroid are quite common. Epidemiologic studies estimate that between 4% and 7% of the adult population in the United States have palpable thyroid nodules. More than 80% of thyroid nodules are benign. Too many benign nodules are surgically resected for safety’s sake, and too many malignant tumors do not get adequate primary surgical treatment, both because a certain preoperative diagnosis is missing.
Hunt: Molecular Pathology of Endocrine Diseases
By Jennifer Hunt
2010 (1st ed), 618 pages, 18 illus, $169 list
The Molecular Pathology Library Series fills the gap between basic science and clinical application. Each user-friendly reference brings together diverse topics about molecular pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment in one volume. The series serves physicians and healthcare providers in multiple disciplines who need to understand and apply molecular diagnostics and therapy to patient care; residents and fellows who integrate molecular medicine into their curricula and future practice; and basic and translational researchers who must define the impact of their research on clinical medicine.
Kharchenko: Ultrasound Diagnostics of Thyroid Diseases
By Vladimir Kharchenko
2010 (1st ed), 245 pages, 820 illus, $189 list
As the basis for this book, the authors have analyzed more than 100,000 ultrasound examinations performed between 1995 and 2008 in patients with thyroid and parathyroid disease, as well as many thousands of diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasound-guided minimally invasive procedures. The opening chapters include discussion of current ultrasound techniques, pitfalls, and ultrasound examination of the thyroid in children. Detailed attention is then devoted to findings in the normal thyroid and in the presence of diffuse and focal changes. Further chapters focus on such topics as the role of ultrasound after thyroid surgery and ultrasound diagnosis of parathyroid disease, recurrent goiter, and neck masses. Ultrasound-guided minimally invasive techniques, such as fine-needle aspiration biopsy and percutaneous laser ablation, are considered in depth. This up-to-date and richly illustrated book will interest and assist specialists in ultrasound diagnostics, radiologists, endocrinologists, and neck surgeons.
Lloyd: Endocrine Diseases (AFIP Atlas of Nontumor Pathology, Vol 1)
By Ricardo V Lloyd, Bruce R Douglas and William F Young
2002, 315 pages, $120 list
This initial volume in the new series lays the foundation for anatomic pathologists to readily establish diagnoses of non-neoplastic endocrine lesions. Many of these lesions represent complex entities and when appropriate, the authors have included contributions from internists, radiologists, and surgeons.
Lloyd: Endocrine Pathology
By Ricardo Lloyd
2010 (2nd ed), 607 pages, $229 list
Each of the chapters is liberally illustrated with black-and-white photomicrographs, and many of the chapters also include useful diagrams and line drawings. Twelve pages of color plates are grouped in the center of the book. In summary, Lloyd and his collaborators have provided a useful and well-organized resource designed not only for the endocrine pathologist and the general surgical pathologist, but also for the clinical endocrinologist and the endocrine surgeon.
Margioris: Adrenal Disorders
By Andrew Margioris
2010, 416 pages, $199 list
In Adrenal Disorders, a panel of distinguished physicians and researchers select the most relevant new findings and integrate them into the existing body of clinical knowledge on adrenal pathologies. The book includes important reviews of disturbances in cortisol homeostasis, and new concepts regarding adrenal tumors and hereditary adrenal diseases. Also discussed are mineralocorticoids and the syndromes of mineralocortoid excess and aldosterone synthase deficiency. Authoritative and insightful, Adrenal Disorders provides physicians and scientists with a comprehensive, state-of-the-art practical guide to the devastating diseases of the adrenals that are so often difficult to diagnose and treat.
Nikiforov: Diagnostic Pathology and Molecular Genetics of the Thyroid
By Yuri Nikiforov
2012 (2nd ed), 448 pages, 843 illus, $225 list
Diagnostic Pathology and Molecular Genetics of the Thyroid, Second Edition, offers a comprehensive overview of the diagnostic surgical pathology, cytopathology, immunohistochemistry and molecular genetics of the thyroid diseases, including neoplastic and non-neoplastic conditions. The book provides a detailed description of the surgical pathology of thyroid diseases side by side with major advances in immunohistochemistry and molecular genetics that can be used in evaluating thyroid tumors and non-neoplastic diseases.
Nose: Diagnostic Pathology: Endocrine
By Vania Nose
2012, 582 pages, 2400 illus, $329 list
This book features a careful review of the top 125 endocrine pathology diagnoses. Written by well known experts in endocrine pathology, this 580-page book helps surgical pathologists, fellows, and residents master required knowledge in all areas of endocrine pathology, including thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary, adrenal, pancreas, skin, and inherited tumor syndromes. The diagnoses are conveniently grouped according to the gland involved. Each diagnosis includes definitions, terminology, etiology, pathogenesis, demographics, clinical presentations, therapy, prognosis, gross and microscopic pathology, differential diagnoses, and special studies including immunohistochemistry and molecular/genetics. Every diagnosis is discussed in concise, bulleted text that highlights the most diagnostically significant factors. Augmenting the text discussion are over 2,400 gorgeous medical images, including clinical images, gross pathology, histology, and a wide range of special and immunohistochemical stains. Each image is carefully annotated to highlight the most diagnostically significant factors.
Oertli: Surgery of the Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands
By Daniel Oertli
2012 (2nd ed), 639 pages, 235 illus, $209 list
This book is a unique in-depth and comprehensive reference that covers all surgically relevant thyroid and parathyroid diseases and presents the latest information on their management. International authorities discuss operative techniques and treatments in detail and explain the rationales for their favored approaches. The topics of this second edition include the description of surgically relevant pathologies, preoperative surgical evaluation, decision making, and operative strategies for the various thyroid and parathyroid diseases. In addition, experts present the molecular basis for thyroid neoplasia, review the current understanding of the genetics of inherited thyroid and parathyroid diseases, and discuss the management of recurrent and locally invasive thyroid cancer. Evolving modern operative techniques such as neuromonitoring and minimally invasive (videoscopic) approaches to the thyroid and parathyroids are also covered.
Rosai: Tumors of the Thyroid Gland (Atlas of Tumor Pathology, 3rd Series, Vol 5)
By Juan Rosai
1993, 343 pages, 347 illus, $52 list
The text begins with a concise summary of the embryology, anatomy, histology, and physiology of the thyroid. Then there are thorough discussions of the various forms of adenomas, carcinomas, sarcomas, and other tumors that occur in the thyroid.
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.
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.
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