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General surgical pathology

Revised: 16 December 2014
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Argani: Intraoperative Frozen Sections
By Pedram Argani and Ashley Cimino-Mathews
2013 (1st ed), 288 pages, 500 illus, $160 list
Intraoperative Frozen Sections presents diagnostic challenges involved in the evaluation in the pathology lab of specimens obtained during surgery through the case experience of expert pathologists. Sixty three problems cover the wide range of approximately of problems encountered in intraoperative consultations. Each presentation provides the case information as presented to the consultant, the evaluation and analysis of the specimen, discussion of the results and teaching points observed in the case, and an overall comment providing additional context for the diagnostic problem that has been presented. This problem-oriented format makes the book a superb reference resource for the working diagnostician and an ideal teaching tool for the resident or fellow. Coverage includes pediatric specimens and there is a section describing recognition of artifacts. Each case presentation is supported by several high-quality color photomicrographs with detailed explanations of each image, including images of the permanent sections and immunostains where applicable.
CAP: The Best of CAP TODAY Q&A
By CAP
2010 (1st ed), 176 pages, $30 list
The Best of CAP TODAY Q&A is a compilation of experts’ answers to readers’ questions as published in the popular Q&A section of CAP TODAY. Spanning a decade, topics will appeal to both anatomic and clinical pathologists as well as cytopathologists, medical technologists, and laboratory directors.
Carter: Sternberg's Diagnostic Surgical Pathology
By Darryl Carter
2009 (5th ed), 3104 pages, $429 list
Completely updated, the Fifth Edition of this standard-setting two-volume reference presents the most advanced diagnostic techniques and the latest information on all currently known disease entities.
Chandrasekhar: Atlas of Anatomic Pathology with Imaging
By Chitra Chandrasekhar
2013 (1st ed), 835 pages, 553 illus, $279 list
Atlas of Anatomic Pathology with Imaging - A Correlative Diagnostic Companion is a valuable teaching tool for medical students and residents in several specialities such as pathology, radiology, internal medicine, surgery and neurologic sciences. Its need is all the more urgent given the severe shortcuts in the teaching of anatomic pathology following the decrease in the number of autopsies performed. Many of the images shown in the atlas would not be available without performing autopsies and therefore this atlas is an essential for all those in the field. Atlas of Anatomic Pathology with Imaging - A Correlative Diagnostic Companion is the first to combine gross anatomic pictures of diseases with diagnostic imaging. This unique collection of material consisting of over 2000 illustrations complied by experts from around the world is a valuable diagnostic resource for all medical professionals.
Chang: Diagnostic Pathology: Transplant Pathology
By Anthony Chang
2013 (1st ed), 800 pages, 1000 illus, $299 list
Diagnostic Pathology: Transplant Pathology is designed for practicing pathologists and transplant clinicians. Written by leading pathologists, this textbook provides a comprehensive yet concise and practical presentation of the pathologic entities that are encountered for solid organ transplantation. Also included is a comprehensive section on immunology and HLA testing as well as sections focused on the history for each organ system. This book is not only unique for its field but also essential for any pathologist that deals with transplant specimens.
Cheng: Essentials of Anatomic Pathology
By Liang Cheng and David Bostwick
2011 (3rd ed), 1879 pages, 2083 color illus, $199 list
This much praised and widely used reference manual has been extensively revised and expanded to cover the entire field of anatomic pathology. The Third Edition features the incorporation of full-color images in the text with updates of new diagnostic and prognostic information. New classifications and numerous new entities and histologic variants are fully explored. Useful immunostaining biomarkers and emerging molecular targets and relevant molecular findings that have emerged from recent genomic studies are incorporated in each chapter. Written by internationally recognized authorities, the comprehensive, evidence-based practice information is presented in an outline format that is clear and easy to follow. Up-to-date and richly detailed, Essentials of Anatomic Pathology, Third Edition offers both the pathologist-in-training and the practicing pathologist a concise summary of all the critical information needed to recognize, understand and interpret anatomic pathology.
Cross: Underwood's Pathology: A Clinical Approach
By Simon Cross
2013, 788 pages, 700 illus, $80 list
Underwood's Pathology (formerly General and Systematic Pathology) is an internationally popular and highly acclaimed textbook, written and designed principally for students of medicine and the related health sciences. Pathology is presented in the context of modern cellular and molecular biology and contemporary clinical practice. After a clear introduction to basic principles, it provides comprehensive coverage of disease mechanisms and the pathology of specific disorders ordered by body system. An unrivalled collection of clinical photographs, histopathology images and graphics complement the clear, concise text.
Cruise: Quick Compendium Companion: Challenge Questions in Surgical Pathology
By Michael Cruise
2012 (1st ed), 672 pages, 675 illus, $702 list
With publication of the Companion volume, Quick Compendium of Surgical Pathology now serves as a comprehensive review of critical surgical pathology topics. In addition to new, high-quality images that demonstrate most of the diagnostic and morphologic characteristics of the lesions, the Companion volume includes: More than 1,571 questions and explanations about important areas within surgical pathology 563 image questions that highlight common presentations, patient characteristics, IHC and other findings Information that supplements and updates information in the Quick Compendium volume Questions that reflect those in standardized exams like the ASCP RISE and the Boards Taken together, the two volumes comprise a powerful study tool for Board and Maintenance of Certification exams.
Damjanov: Pathology for Health Professions
By Ian Damjanov
2011 (2nd ed), 560 pages, $83 list
Providing a sound foundation of pathology knowledge, Pathology for the Health Professions, 4th Edition gives you a clear, concise, clinically relevant overview of general pathology, including injury, inflammation, and neoplasia, followed by a detailed review of each organ system. A DEPPiCT approach presents each major disease in the same format that includes, when feasible, a description of Disease, Etiology, Pathogenesis, Pathology, Clinical features, and Therapy or prognosis.
Damjanov: Pathology Secrets
By Ian Damjanov
2008 (3rd ed), 528 pages, $24 list
A two-color page layout, portable size, and a list of the Top 100 Secrets in pathology help students and residents to better meet the challenges they face today. They will find all of the features they rely on the Secret Series For a question-and-answer format, lists, mnemonics, and tables and an informal tone that make reference fast and easy. No matter what questions arise in practice or while preparing for boards, this 3rd Edition has the answers.
Eldin: The Skilful Pathologist: Pathology Concepts in Histopathology Diagnosis
By Osama Eldin
2011 (2nd ed), 261 pages, $140 list
Histopathology diagnosis is the surest diagnostic test employed for detection of a disease compared to the other laboratory and clinical investigations. Hence, the precise learning of the particular diagnostic guidelines in histopathology is crucial for the appropriate patient management. Taking this into consideration, the current book is solely designed to deliver tips and tricks in macroscopic and microscopic evaluation of specimens and with the aid of ancillary studies including special stains, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence and electron microscopy. In the light of the new changes in Tnm staging, the gross "macroscopic" examination of the specimen is illustrated
Fletcher: Diagnostic Histopathology of Tumors
By Christopher Fletcher
2013 (4th ed), 1948 pages, $469 list
Diagnose tumors with confidence with Diagnostic Histopathology of Tumors, 4th Edition. Dr. Christopher Fletcher's renowned reference provides the advanced, expert guidance you need to evaluate and interpret even the most challenging histopathology specimens more quickly and accurately.
Gattuso: Differential Diagnosis in Surgical Pathology
By Paolo Gattuso, Vijaya Reddy, Odile David, Daniel Spitz and Meryl Haber
2014 (3rd ed), 1,088 pages, 1,350 illus, $219 list
Confidently sign out your most complex and challenging cases with the updated edition of Differential Diagnosis in Surgical Pathology. Widely used by residents and practicing pathologists alike, this comprehensive medical reference provides brief, bulleted descriptions of both common and rare disorders, integrating excellent illustrative examples of the pathology with selected references. It's the perfect go-to resource to have by your microscope.
Gattuso: Differential Diagnosis in Surgical Pathology
By Paolo Gattuso
2009 (2nd ed), 1128 pages, 1350 illus, $199 list
Covering a complete range of tumors and tumor-like conditions in all organ systems, it provides a user-friendly road map to the main criteria you should consider in order to differentiate between a variety of potential diagnoses that all have a very similar appearance. Over 1,350 new full-color macro- and microphotographs provide a realistic basis for comparison to what you see under the microscope. Quick checklists cover all diagnostic possibilities to make sure nothing falls through the cracks. Full-text online access at expertconsult.com allows you to reference the book from any computer and download all of its images.
Gersen: The Principles of Clinical Cytogenetics
By Steven Gersen, Martha Keagle
2013 (1st ed), 562 pages, $279 list
In this thoroughly revised and expanded third edition of the highly praised classic, The Principles of Clinical Cytogenetics, a panel of hands-on experts update their descriptions of the basic concepts and interpretations involved in chromosome analysis to include the many advances that have occurred in the field. Among the highlights are a full chapter devoted to advances in chromosome microarray, soon to become a standard of care in this field, as well as an update on chromosome nomenclature as reflected in ISCN 2009. Other features include an update on automation to reflect the current state of the art, an update on hematopoietic neoplasms to reflect the new WHO guidelines, and updates on all regulatory changes that have been implemented.
Heriot: Practical Surgical Pathology
By Kirk Heriot
2012 (1st ed), 1700 illus, 559 pages, $250 list
To the practicing pathologist and those studying to be pathologists, Practical Surgical Pathology will become their go-to guide and the most practical and heavily illustrated single-volume reference available for surgical pathology. - An accessible single volume that quickly addresses 95% of the difficult situations that are commonly encountered in the daily practice of surgical pathology - The only book to offer integration of traditional morphologic pathology with newer molecular concepts - Covers the most recent developments in molecular techniques and diagnosis - More than 1700 high resolution photomicrographs - Also practical as a stand-alone introduction to molecular pathology
Humphrey: The Washington Manual of Surgical Pathology
By Peter Humphrey
2012 (2nd ed), 2700 illus, 980 pages, $62 list
Presented in the renowned, fast-access format of other Washington Manual® titles, this excellent book is a practical guide to the clinical practice of surgical pathology. This valuable resource covers all aspects of surgical pathology for every organ and anatomic site, including gross examination and dissection; microscopic diagnosis of medical as well as surgical diseases; tumor classification; and tumor staging. Separate chapters are devoted to ancillary surgical pathology techniques, including immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence microscopy, electron microscopy, frozen section diagnosis, flow cytometry, DNA and RNA based molecular methods, and imaging technologies.
Klatt: Robbins and Cotran Atlas of Pathology
By Edward Klatt
2014 (3rd ed), 600 pages, $56 list
Designed to complement Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 9th Edition and Robbins Basic Pathology, 9th Edition, the full-color Robbins and Cotran Atlas of Pathology offers more than 1,500 outstanding illustrations that vividly depict the most common diseases covered in pathology courses and USMLE exams. It's a quick visual reference or review for students and professionals alike.
Klatt: Robbins and Cotran Review of Pathology
By Edward Klatt and Vinay Kumar
2014 (4th ed), 504 pages, 1100 illus, $39 list
Effectively master the most important principles and facts in pathology with this easy-to-use new edition of Robbins and Cotran Review of Pathology. More than 1,100 questions-reviewed and updated to reflect the new content in the parent text-reinforce the fundamentals of gross and microscopic pathology as well as the latest findings in molecular biology and genetics. This review book of multiple choice questions and answers, companion to Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease 9th Edition and Robbins Basic Pathology, 9th Edition, is the ideal study tool for coursework, self-assessment, and examinations, including the USMLE Step 1 examination in pathology.
Krueger: Atlas of Anatomic Pathology with Imaging
By Chitra Chandrasekhar, Gerhard Krueger and L Maximilian Buja
2013 (1st ed), 736 pages, $279 list
Atlas of Anatomic Pathology with Imaging - A Correlative Diagnostic Companion is a valuable teaching tool for medical students and residents in several specialities such as pathology, radiology, internal medicine, surgery and neurologic sciences. Its need is all the more urgent given the severe shortcuts in the teaching of anatomic pathology following the decrease in the number of autopsies performed. Many of the images shown in the atlas would not be available without performing autopsies and therefore this atlas is an essential for all those in the field.
Kumar: Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease
By Vijay Kumar
2014 (9th ed), 1472 pages, $125 list
Dependable, current, and complete, Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 9th Edition is the perennially best-selling text that you'll use long after your medical student days are behind you. A world-class author team headed by Drs. Vinay Kumar, Abul Abbas, and Jon Aster, delivers the latest, most essential pathology knowledge in a readable, interesting manner, ensuring optimal understanding of the latest basic science and clinical content. High-quality photographs and full-color illustrations highlight new information in molecular biology, disease classifications, new drugs and drug therapies, and much more.
Kumar: Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, Professional Edition
By Vinay Kumar
2014, 1472 pages, $175 list
Dependable, current, and complete, Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 9th Edition is the perennially best-selling text that you'll use long after your medical student days are behind you. A world-class author team headed by Drs. Vinay Kumar, Abul Abbas, and Jon Aster, delivers the latest, most essential pathology knowledge in a readable, interesting manner, ensuring optimal understanding of the latest basic science and clinical content. High-quality photographs and full-color illustrations highlight new information in molecular biology, disease classifications, new drugs and drug therapies, and much more.
Kumar: Robbins Basic Pathology
By Vinay Kumar, Abul K Abbas, Nelson Fausto and Richard Mitchell
2012 (9th ed), 928 pages, 1000 illus, $100 list
Get a rich understanding of all essential pathology concepts with expert guidance from an all-star editorial team and grasp the connections between basic science and clinical medicine with clinicopathologic correlations throughout.
Leonard: Quick Compendium Companion for Clinical Pathology
By George Leonard
2009 (1st ed), 352 pages, 1000 illus, $105 list
This book provides hundreds of questions covering each of the areas of clinical pathology, ideal as a study tool for the board exam. Best of all, each question s answer is keyed to the page of the Quick Compendium of Clinical Pathology which the material is discussed.
Lester: Diagnostic Pathology: Introperative Consultation
By Susan Lester
2014, 432 pages, $237 list
Diagnostic Pathology: Intraoperative Consultation is designed to be the best resource when pathologists need assistance. No time is wasted looking for information because each chapter is directed to a specific question posed by a surgeon, such as "Does this patient have pancreatic cancer?”, "Is there an intrauterine pregnancy?”, "Does this patient have lung cancer?”, or "Are the margins free of carcinoma?”. The clinical setting and what the surgeon needs to know - and why - are explained.
Mais: Practical Clinical Pathology
By Daniel Mais
2013 (1st ed), 480 pages, $239 list
A comprehensive and up to date working review of clinical pathology.
Mais: Quick Compendium of Clinical Pathology
By Daniel Mais
2007 (2nd ed), 484 pages, 69 illus, $145 list
Quick Compendium of Clinical Pathology is the standard bearer. This second edition adds relevant information to the ever-changing field of laboratory medicine. This book is clinical pathology digested, concisely expressed, and thoroughly updated. It is indispensable for those seeking clinical pathology certification or recertification.
Marchevsky: Intraoperative Consultation: A Volume in the Series: Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology
By Alberto Marchevsky, Bonnie Balzer and Fadi Abdul-Karim
2014, 384 pages, $179 list
This new volume in the Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology Series is a highly practical and easy-to-use medical reference book for effectively approaching intraoperative consultations. Ideal for practicing pathologists and their surgical colleagues, it describes the most efficient way to handle specimens, how to focus on the differential diagnosis, and the best methods for reporting findings.
Mitchell: Pocket Companion to Robbins & Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease
By Richard Mitchell
2010 (8th ed), 800 pages, $40 list
This Pocket Companion to Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 8th Edition offers rapid, portable access to the most important pathology facts and concepts. Richard Mitchell, MD, PhD, Vinay Kumar, MBBS, MD, FRCPath, Nelson Fausto, MD, Abul K. Abbas, MBBS, and Jon Aster, MD assemble all of the key data and principles of pathology in a concise, at-a-glance format and fit them into your pocket for quick reference anytime. The result is a superb source for quick answers and an efficient review tool on any aspect of pathology.
Mohan: Textbook of Pathology + Pathology Quick Review and MCQs
By Harsh Mohan and Ivan Damjanov
2014, 954 pages, $66 list
The seventh edition of the renowned Textbook of Pathology, by Harsh Mohan, has been fully revised to provide the most up to date information on the latest developments in the field. Divided into three sections - General Pathology, Haematology and Lymphoreticular Tissues, and Systemic Pathology - the new edition covers numerous diseases, their causes, mechanisms, pathophysiology, classification, morphology, and clinical aspects.
Molavi: The Practice of Surgical Pathology: A Beginner's Guide to the Diagnostic Process
By Diana Weedman Molavi
2008 (1st ed), 300 pages, 367 illus, $90 list
This book lays the foundation of practical pathology and provides a scaffold on which to build a knowledge base. It includes basic introductory material and progresses through each organ system. Within each chapter, there is a brief review of salient normal histology, a discussion of typical specimen types, a strategic approach to the specimen with a list of what to look for, and a discussion of how the multitude of different diagnoses relate to each other.
Newman: Evidence-Based Diagnosis
By Thomas Newman and Michael Kohn
2009 (1st ed), 312 pages, 1200 illus, $305 list
The nervous system constitutes arguably the most complex organ system in the human body, which contributes to the over-susceptibility of disease in this area. Although brain tumors were once an automatic death sentence, the outlook for recovery has brightened significantly in the past decade. The pathologist plays an indispensable role in surgical diagnosis; he or she must accurately diagnose a potentially wide array of disease entities, determine the spread of disease within millimeters, and assess patient prognosis. This new and modern reference in neuropathology comprehensively covers all the methods used by pathologists to accurately diagnose a wide array of neurologic illnesses. Brain and spinal cord tumors are the predominant focus, but a full spectrum of infectious, inflammatory, and congenital disorders are also covered in detail, in both pediatric and adult populations, with a full range of diagnostic modalities. The book is illustrated with more than 1,200 full-color photomicrographs and accompanied by a CD-ROM of all images in a downloadable format..
Peters: A Practical Guide to Frozen Section Technique
By Stephen Peters
2010 (1st ed), 194 pages, 98 illus, $99 list
A Practical Guide to Frozen Section Technique offers an easy to learn approach to frozen section technique in the form of a highly illustrated handbook intended for onsite use in the laboratory. The book begins with a novel, clearly delineated, step by step approach to learning continuous motion brush technique. Emphasis is placed on recognizing and correcting artifacts during the preparation process. The book addresses all of the steps in the preparation of slides from cutting through cover-slipping. The author’s unique, original techniques for tissue embedding including face down embedding in steel well bars, frozen block cryoembedding and paper cryoembedding are detailed. Variables key to the quality of the preparation including block temperature, tissue properties and section thickness are detailed. The book also covers understanding the cryostat and basic maintenance and care. Sections covering techniques used in Mohs dermatologic surgery, and techniques used in basic animal and human research are discussed by noted experts in their field.
Picken: Amyloid and Related Disorders
By Maria M. Picken, Ahmet Dogan and Guillermo A. Herrera
2012 (1st ed), 443 pages, 223 illus, $219 list
Abnormal proteins are known to be associated with various pathologies. Most notably, these include amyloidoses, monoclonal protein deposits associated with plasma cell dyscrasia/multiple myeloma, cryoglobulins and various related organized and non-organized deposits. Amyloid and Related Disorders presents an overview of the most recent developments in this area including clinical presentation, etiology, pathogenesis, and differential diagnosis. The rationale for various therapies, including transplantation, is discussed and tissue diagnosis (its pitfalls and strategies for avoiding them) and laboratory support are included. The involvement of all major organ systems including renal/genitourinary, cardiac, gastrointestinal, pulmonary, peripheral nerve/central nervous system, soft tissue and bone marrow pathology is covered. This approach provides a unifying concept of these pathologic processes, which have systemic involvement, and which have, hitherto, not been universally appreciated. Awareness of these diseases among a wider audience of pathologists may increase the rate of their diagnosis as well as that of earlier diagnosis. This volume will be invaluable to specialized and general pathologists as well as cytopathologists; other medical professionals may also benefit from this concise update on the systemic amyloidoses.
Ranchod: Intraoperative Consultation in Surgical Pathology
By Mahendra Ranchod
2011 (1st ed), 356 pages, $137 list
Although frozen section diagnosis has been an integral part of surgical pathology for decades, this is the first textbook that offers a comprehensive clinicopathologic approach to the challenges of intraoperative consultation. Intraoperative diagnosis is challenging because of time constraints, sampling limitations, and the inability to perform a wide range of ancillary tests. Intraoperative Consultation in Surgical Pathology emphasizes the importance of clinical information, highlights the value of close collaboration with surgeons, and provides clear guidelines for the best way to examine specimens intraoperatively. Pathologists are then able to minimize error and diagnose with greater confidence. Most chapters in this book are co-authored by surgeons to ensure that their interests are represented. Essential reading for practising surgical pathologists, residents and fellows in pathology, this book will also be of value to fellows and surgeons in various surgical specialties who request intraoperative consultation.
Reisner: Essentials of Rubin's Pathology
By Howard Reisner and Emanuel Rubin
2013, 704 pages, $73 list
Essentials of Rubin's Pathology, Sixth Edition, is a condensed version of the main title, Rubin's Pathology, 6e. Targeted to students in allied health fields, including dentistry, nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant, chiropractic, and occupational therapy, Essentials of Rubin's Pathology follows the same format as Rubin's Pathology, covering principles and mechanisms of pathology in the first section and organ-specific pathology in the second section. Essentials extracts key information on pathogenesis, epidemiology, and clinical features of diseases. Illustrations whether schematic or photographic are also all derived from the main text. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable online text, case studies, audio review questions, Podcasts, and an image bank and test generator for faculty.
Reisner: Pathology: A Modern Case Study
By Howard Reisner
2014, 672 pages, $77 list
Pathology: A Modern Case Study is a concise, focused text that emphasizes the molecular and cellular biology essential to understanding the concepts of disease causation. The book includes numerous case studies designed to highlight the role of the pathologist in the team that provides patient care. Pathology: A Modern Case Study examines the role of anatomic, clinical, and molecular pathologists in dedicated chapters and in descriptions of the pathology of specific organ systems.
Rekhtman: Quick Reference Handbook for Surgical Pathologists
By Natasha Rekhtman
2011 (1st ed), 180 pages, 183 illus, $80 list
This book is a compilation of high-yield, at-a-glance summaries for various topics on which pathologists frequently need information in a quick reference format while at the microscope (or when cramming for the boards). The authors are early-career pathologists who have compiled this book from the perspective of pathologists-in-training. The focus is not organ-based histologic criteria, but rather everything else that goes into pathologic diagnoses but is difficult to keep committed to memory. The emphasis is on immunohistochemistry, special stains, grading systems, molecular markers, tumor syndromes, and helpful clinical references. Also included are morphologic summaries that encompass high-yield material cutting across all organ systems, such as an illustrated guide for microorganisms, tumor differentials, and an illustrated glossary.
Rosai: Rosai and Ackerman's Surgical Pathology
By Juan Rosai
2011 (10th ed), 3200 pages, 3900 illus, $429 list
Rosai and Ackerman's Surgical Pathology presents comprehensive guidance on every aspect of the field. The New Edition of this two-volume masterwork retains the practical approach that has earned it a loyal following and widespread critical acclaim. At the same time, it delivers expanded and updated content on molecular pathology, immunohistochemical markers, and cytopathological diagnosis. What's more, this definitive reference is now illustrated in full color throughout! Virtually all of its more than 3,900 illustrations are now in full color, providing unprecedented diagnostic assistance. A bonus CD-ROM delivers all of the book's illustrations in digital format.
Sebire: Diagnostic Pediatric Surgical Pathology
By Neil Sebire
2009 (1st ed), 848 pages, 1557 illus, $289 list
There are many tomes available detailing the histopathological features of both general surgical pathology entities and organ specific pathologies. In addition, several texts present aspects of developmental, fetal and placental pathology. However, for the specialist pediatric pathologist with a significant pediatric surgical specimen workload, and for the practicing general surgical pathologist faced with reporting pediatric surgical specimens, although information regarding many of the specific entities affecting childhood is available in the former texts, such information requires searching of many disjointed books. Therefore, the aim of this publication is to present a comprehensive and detailed account, which brings together and covers all, or at least most, pediatric surgical pathological entities in a single volume, to allow rapid access for day-to-day use by practicing histopathologists.
Simon: Muir's Textbook of Pathology
By Charles Simon and Ed Herrington
2014, $70 list
uir's Textbook of Pathology sets a standard in this subject by linling the scientific aspects that underlie pathological processes, relating these to specific organ systems and placing all in a context that the student of medicine or pathology can appreciate and understand.
Strayer: Rubin's Pathology: Clinicopathologic Foundations of Medicine
By David Strayer
2014, 1616 pages, 1400 illus, $133 list
Succeed in your course with Rubin’s Pathology: Clinicopathologic Foundations Of Medicine, 7th Edition. This acclaimed text provides streamlined coverage of only what you need to know and presents clinical applications of the chapter concepts. In addition, the book is liberally illustrated with full-color graphic illustrations, gross pathology photos, and micrographs.
Sun: Well-Differentiated Malignancies: New Perspective
By Xichun Sun
2014, 191 pages, $138 list
Well-Differentiated Malignancies: New Perspectives is devoted to an important topic in surgical pathology which is inadequately covered by currently available books. Well-differentiated malignancies are systematically addressed with an emphasis on the tissue/cell specific malignant atypia. The key features for each malignancy are extensively illustrated with high quality pictures from authoritative sources.
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.
Taxy: Biopsy Interpretation
By Jerome Taxy
2009 (1st ed), 368 pages, $150 list
This new volume of the Biopsy Interpretation Series is a practical, superbly illustrated guide to the technical and interpretive aspects of a frozen section. The book gives pathologists a thorough knowledge of the utility and limitations of a frozen section, the appropriate circumstances for doing one, the proper techniques, and the interpretation and reporting of results. The focus is on use of the frozen section in intraoperative management of patients, particularly those with tumors. The book features more than 300 full-color gross and microscopic images, with discussions of differential diagnosis. A companion Website will provide 300 additional figures, plus a test bank that is ideal for board exam preparation.
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.
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.
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.

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