Books for Pathologists
Head and Neck pathology
Revised: 24 February 2015
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Al-Abbadi: Salivary Gland Cytology: A Color Atlas
By Mousa Al-Abbadi
2011 (1st ed), 264 pages, $100 list
This atlas provides a comprehensive outline of all but the very rarest salivary gland diseases, detailing the most common benign and malignant tumors with their radiological, cytopathological, and histological features. The differential diagnosis of each tumor is presented with essential tips on the use of fine needle aspiration (FNA) and making a correct diagnosis. Three separate chapters are dedicated to: introduction to salivary gland FNA with emphasis on the technique used to perform the aspiration; the surgical anatomy of these glands; and the various radiological characteristics of these lesions, including primarily CT scans and MRI studies.
Baloch: Head and Neck Cytohistology
By Zubair W. Baloch,Tarik M. Elsheikh, William C. Faquin and Philippe Vielh
2014 (1st ed), 232 pages, $175 list
Each volume in this richly illustrated series - Cytohistology of Small Tissue Samples, sponsored by the Papanicolaou Society of Cytopathology - provides an organ-based approach to the cytological and histological diagnosis of small tissue samples including fine-needle aspiration biopsy, cell block samples and core, pinch and forceps biopsies. Benign, pre-malignant and malignant entities are presented in a well-organized and standardized format supported 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 unique series strengthens the bridge between surgical pathology and cytopathology, providing the pathologist with the ability to diagnose small tissue samples with confidence.
Baltensperger: Osteomyelitis of the Jaws
By Marc Baltensperger
2008 (1st ed), 338 pages, 533 illus, $249 list
“Osteomyelitis of the Jaws” is the first textbook of its kind covering exclusively all aspects of this challenging disease. A clear classification of osteomyelitis of the jaws is provided. Clinical presentation and diagnosis are meticulously described and illustrated.
Barnes: Head and Neck Pathology
By Leon Barnes
2010 (1st ed), 216 pages, $140 list
Head and Neck Pathology presents fifty cases for discussion and illustration. The cases have been selected to show the wide range of specimens seen in head and neck pathology and address some of the frequent encountered in these lesions. The goal of this unique book is to provide detailed insight into a wealth of expert experience in such cases, with in-depth review of the expert's analysis and diagnostic process supported by high-quality color photomicrographs and discussion of the diagnostic principles involved in evaluating these lesions. Head and Neck Pathology is essential reading for surgical pathologists, otolaryngologists and pathologists. In addition it will of interest to pathology and otolaryngology residents and fellows.
Barnes: Pathology and Genetics of Head and Neck Tumours (3rd Ed, Vol 9)
Edited by Barnes, L., Eveson, J.W., Reichart, P., Sidransky, D.
2005 (3rd ed), 430 pages, $147 list
Pathology and Genetics of Head and Neck Tumours is the latest volume in the new WHO series on histological and genetic typing of human tumours. This authoritative, concise reference book provides an international standard for pathologists and oncologists and will serve as an indispensable guide for use in the design of studies monitoring response to therapy and clinical outcome. Diagnostic criteria, pathological features, and associated genetic alterations are described in a strictly disease-oriented manner. Sections on all WHO-recognized neoplasms and their variants include new ICD-O codes, incidence, age and sex distribution, location, clinical signs and symptoms, pathology, genetics, and predictive factors. The book, prepared by 130 authors from 28 countries, contains 890 colour photographs, X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MR) images, charts, and more than 2900 references.
Cardesa: Pathology of the Head and Neck
By Antonio Cardesa
2010 (1st ed), 338 pages, $269 list
This is the most up-to-date book yet published on pathology of the head and neck. Its contents have been divided into ten chapters, devoted to the spectrum of precursor and neoplastic lesions of the squamous epithelium; the nasal cavities and paranasal sinuses; oral cavity, maxillofacial skeleton and teeth; salivary glands, nasopharynx and Waldeyer`s ring; larynx and hypopharynx, ear and temporal bone; neck and neck dissection, as well as eye and ocular adnexa.
Ellis: Tumors of the Salivary Glands (Vol 9)
By Gary L. Ellis, Paul Auclair
2008, 524 pages, $165 list
This volume builds upon the work of its predecessor in the third series of the Atlas of Tumor Pathology, liberally illustrating the spectrum of each tumor and disease described, while providing many new illustrations. Morphometry, flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, gene rearrangement studies, and other molecular biologic methodologies are exciting new areas that are being developed into diagnostic procedures in the pathology laboratory. Where these methodologies are applicable to salivary gland disease, they are included. Histomorphologic evaluation, however, remains the principal and most useful method for diagnosis of salivary gland tumors and is the emphasis of this Fascicle. A differential diagnosis is included in the discussion of most tumors, and the cytopathologic features of those tumors most commonly encountered in the cytopathology laboratory are discussed.
Goldberg: The Dental Pulp: Biology, Pathology, and Regenerative Therapies
By Michael Goldberg
2014, 282 pages, 114 illus, $136 list
This book provides a detailed update on our knowledge of dental pulp and regenerative approaches to therapy. It is divided into three parts. The pulp components are first described, covering pulp cells, extracellular matrix, vascularization and innervation as well as pulp development and aging. The second part is devoted to pulp pathology and includes descriptions of the differences between reactionary and reparative dentin, the genetic alterations leading to dentinogenesis imperfecta and dentin dysplasia, the pulp reaction to dental materials, adverse impacts of bisphenol A and the effects of fluorosis, dioxin and other toxic agents. The final part of the book focuses on pulp repair and regeneration.
Haddad: Multidisciplinary Management of Head and Neck Cancer
By Robert Haddad
2010 (1st ed), 208 pages, $85 list
Multidisciplinary Management of Head and Neck Cancer is a comprehensive textbook looking at different aspects of head and neck cancer, including the diagnosis, treatment and outcomes for patients with this disease. The chapters written by world-renowned experts cover the entire discipline of head and neck oncology and include discussion of the role of HPV infections, advances in radiotherapy, new surgical techniques, novel agents in thyroid therapy and more. The book is designed to be both practical and comprehensive for the physicians treating this complex disease.
Hellquist: Histopathology of the Salivary Glands
By H.B. Hellquist and Alena Skalova
2014, 350 pages, 236 illus, $170 list
Over the last 25 years, it has become more and more evident that salivary gland pathology is by far the subject within head and neck pathology that causes most diagnostic challenges and problems for general pathologists. During courses the author has given, consultants and trainees alike have expressed the lack of a comprehensive, useful book on salivary gland pathology.
Lamont: Oral Microbiology and Immunology
By Richard Lamont, George Hajishengallis, Howard Jenkinson
2013 (2nd ed), 575 pages, 167 illus, $110 list
In the second edition of best-selling textbook Oral Microbiology and Immunology, an international panel of editors presents an in-depth, comprehensive understanding of the oral ecosystem and its role in human health and disease. Written specifically for dental students, dental practitioners, and healthcare professionals, Oral Microbiology and Immunology cohesively details the ecology, virulence, molecular biology, and immunogenicity of oral bacteria, viruses, and fungi and examines their interfaces with host cells and secretions. This new edition addresses the technological and conceptual advances that have increased our understanding of the etiology of oral diseases and the nature of pathogenic mechanisms and the host response.
Lumerman: Atlas of Oral and Maxillofacial Histopathology
By Harry Lumerman
2012, 256 pages, 400 illus, $169 list
The Atlas of Oral and Maxillofacial Histopathology is a quick, user-friendly diagnostic reference text on Oral and Maxillofacial Histopathology for general pathologists, dermatopathologists, and ENT pathologists regarding oral and maxillofacial disorders. Comprised of six compact chapters, the Atlas contains the most common as well as unusual entities that are submitted by surgeons working in this anatomic area. The defining diagnostic histopathology is presented by means of carefully selected images and captions, in addition to a brief outline of the demographic information and histopathologic differential diagnoses. Pitfall problems in diagnosis are also discussed and resolved.
Marx: Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
By Sook-Bin Woo
2012 (1st ed), 464 pages, 1600 illus, $183 list
This award-winning clinical text covers the vast array of conditions that oral and maxillofacial surgeons need to be prepared to identify and treat, ranging from common reactive disorders to carcinoma to rare salivary gland neoplasms to malignancies of bone. In addition to its clinical presentation, each disease entity includes its pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, diagnostic work-up, histopathology, treatment, and prognosis, offering the reader the complete context necessary for understanding and managing it. This updated two-volume edition includes several new disease entities, the latest information on recognizing and treating previously described conditions, and new clinical images and cases that better portray the clinical presentation and/or treatment of specific diseases. Significant additions include the section on bisphosphonate-induced osteonecrosis of the jaws (BIONJ), which includes over 50 new images and outlines the complete staging and treatment for both oral and intravenous BIONJ, and the incorporation of new reconstructive techniques using recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein, stem cell concentrates, and tissue-engineering principles where appropriate. An essential reference for any oral and maxillofacial surgeon or resident.
Mehrotra: Oral Cytology
By Ravi Mehrotra
2012 (1st ed), 188 pages, 103 illus, $189 list
Oral Cytology: A Concise Guide provides a state-of-the-art review of the major issues specific to the field of oral cytology. The sections of the book have been structured to review the complexities of sample collection, manual/automated analysis, pitfalls, gray zones and controversies in diagnosis, as well as, issues not covered by other available materials. Recent advancements in ancillary techniques like DNA ploidy, image analysis and molecular biology are discussed in detail. This useful text is extensively illustrated with patient and microscopic pictures, which will further highlight the clinical application. Throughout the text, simultaneous inclusion of both cytologic and histologic images will allow cyto-histological correlation. Readers will find descriptions of techniques offering greater simplicity, speed, patient comfort and cost effectiveness, as well as improved diagnostic precision. This bench-side reference is a unique and valuable resource in the field of oral cytology, both for those currently in training and clinicians dealing with the diagnosis of oral lesions.
Mills: Tumors of the Upper Aerodigestive Tract and Ear (Vol 26)
By Stacey E. Mills, Michael J. Gaffey and Henry F. Frierson, Jr.
2000, 450 pages, $95 list
Although many tumors of the upper respiratory tract are squamous cell carcinomas, the varied tissues of this region can give rise to a bewildering array of neoplasms. Even the recognition of squamous cell carcinoma can be quite challenging if one is confronted with a diagnostically problematic variant form. This 450-page fascicle is based on the extensive experience of three surgical pathologists who have frequently dealt with these problems, both in consultation material and in the day-to-day diagnostic challenges of a busy, nationally recognized ENT surgery service. This text reviews the full spectrum of neoplasms and neoplasmlike entities arising in the head and neck region, including the ear. (Salivary gland neoplasms have been discussed in a separate fascicle.) There are 544 high-quality 4-color and 49 halftone illustrations. Emphasis is placed on a pragmatic approach to differential diagnosis, with ample discussion of clinical features as well as ancillary diagnostic techniques, including immunohistochemistry. The fascicle begins with a review of pertinent normal anatomy and histology. The clinically and diagnostically significant variants of benign squamous neoplasia, squamous dysplasia, and squamous cell carcinoma are reviewed in detail, with appropriate emphasis on diagnostic pitfalls and their avoidance. The spectrum of non-salivary glandular neoplasms, including intestinal-type carcinomas, is presented. Entire chapters are devoted to variants of neural and neuroendocrine neoplasia as well as lymphoid neoplasms of this region. In the latter chapter, for example, the often confusing topic of T/NK cell lymphoma and the bewildering array of prior terms and concepts applied to this process are discussed in detail. Separate chapters also are devoted to vascular, fibrous, osseous, germ cell, and miscellaneous soft tissue tumors that predilect or exclusively involve this region. An additional chapter discusses diagnostically problematic tumorlike lesions, including necrotizing sialometaplasia, myospherulosis, respiratory epithelial adenomatoid hamartoma, teflon granuloma, rhinoscleroma, and similar topics. The fascicle concludes with an extensive review of benign and malignant tumors of the external, middle, and inner ear. This book should serve as an invaluable resource for pathologists confronted with these common and often troublesome specimens.
Mills: Tumors of the Upper Aerodigestive Tract and Ear
By Stacey E. Mills, Edward B. Stelow, Jennifer L. Hunt
2013 (1st ed), 584 pages, $160 list
The current incarnation of this Fascicle builds on its predecessors and is meant to serve as an up-to-date text-rich atlas of tumors involving the upper aerodigestive tract and ear. Emphasis in the current work remains focused on light microscopy, but ancillary diagnostic techniques, including electron microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and molecular diagnostics, are presented in detail where appropriate. This volume will undoubtedly serve as an invaluable diagnostic reference for years to come.
Myers: General and Oral Pathology for Dental Hygiene Practice
By Sandra Myers and Alice Curran
2014, 360 pages, $81 list
Develop the foundation in pathology you need to recognize the signs and symptoms of the oral conditions and the manifestations of systemic diseases you’ll encounter in clinical practice. Step by step, you’ll learn about the etiology of each disease or condition, how to recognize it, what the diagnostic process is, how the disease progresses, and what the treatment options are.
Onerci: Nasal Physiology and Pathophysiology of Nasal Disorders
By T. Onerci
2013, 400 pages, 171 illus, $209 list
Nasal physiology and pathophysiology is a relatively neglected area, yet without a deep knowledge of the physiology it is impossible to understand the impact of structural changes and the process of disease development or to make sound treatment decisions. With the help of numerous tables, schematic drawings, and color photographs, this book will enable the reader to understand the nasal physiology and pathophysiology in detail. All four functions of the nose - respiration, defense, olfaction, and cosmesis - are covered. Each chapter addresses one important aspect in an accessible way, and each is written by an acknowledged expert on the topic under consideration. The various techniques of clinical evaluation of nasal function are fully discussed, and current trends and future directions in nasal physiologic research are also explored. This book will be of value to both practicing otorhinolaryngologists and novices in the field.
Robinson: Head and Neck Pathology
By Robert Robinson
2010 (1st ed), 368 pages, 900 illus, $199 list
This book is a concise and practical atlas of the surgical pathology and cytology of the head and neck. It covers the most common head and neck lesions and tumors the general pathologist sees in daily practice and will aid pathology residents and practitioners in quickly narrowing down a histologic differential diagnosis. Integral to the images provided are illustrated criteria for achieving a diagnosis--essentially what to look for when reviewing pathology slides. Differential diagnoses are shown, as are pitfalls in the diagnosis. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text and an image bank.
Robinson: Tumors and Cysts of the Jaws
By Robert Robinson and Steven Vincent
2012 (1st ed), 288 pages, $95 list
As the authors of thisFourth Series Atlas Tumors and Cysts of the Jaws, we recognize that nomenclature for cysts and neoplasms of the jaws is dynamic, as demonstrated by the evolving schemes based on previously unrecognized microscopic, clinical, radiographic, and therapeutic features. This edition is not an attempt to promote one nomenclature scheme versus another, but simply to present the best information available for each lesion discussed using the most current World Health Organization classification system.
Sadow: Thyroid Pathology, An Issue of Surgical Pathology Clinics
By Peter Sadow
2015, $88 list
Early identification and diagnosis by type and stage is the key to high survival rates with thyroid cancer. To present the pathologist with current clinical information on diagnosis, differential diagnosis, staging, and prognosis of thyroid cancers, topics presented are: Poorly differentiated thyroid carcinoma; Paraganglimoa; Immunohistochemical markers for evaluation and prognosis in thyroid carcinoma; Familial endocrine syndromes; Parathyroid enoplasia; Inflammatory lesions of the thyroid associated with cancer; Assessing biological aggression in adrenal cortical neoplasia; Pituitary neoplasia; and Pancreatic endocrine neoplasia.
Slootweg: Dental Pathology: A Practical Introduction
By Pieter Slootweg
2013 (2nd ed), 120 pages, 137 illus, $132 list
This new, updated edition of Dental Pathology will assist in the recognition and diagnosis of gross dental abnormalities. Topics covered include disturbances in tooth formation, acquired dental diseases, including caries and its sequelae, periodontal disease, and odontogenic tumours. Practically applicable knowledge is provided on the histology and histopathology of the changes that are seen in diseases of the dental and periodontal tissues, and attention is also paid to the histological alterations induced by dental treatment.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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