Books for Pathologists
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Anagnostou: Bone Marrow Lymphoid Infiltrates
By Dimitria Anagnostou
2012 (1st ed), 296 pages, 93 illus, $209 list
Bone Marrow Lymphoid Infiltrates: Diagnosis and Clinical Impact, describes the art of evaluating bone marrow lymphoid infiltrates in the context of their broad spectrum of normal, reactive and malignant status. Reference to the pathogenesis, clinical presentation and outcome complements the diagnostic parameters in each lymphoid disease entity. Physiological lymphoid development, microenvironmental factors and aging changes are unfolded in relation to their influential role in normal and pathological lymphoid conditions. The basic principles and gold standards that should govern a biopsy sample are given in detail, while the establishment of modern techniques is described in terms of their applicability, drawbacks and perspectives.
Anastasi: Practical Diagnosis of Hematologic Disorders
By John Anastasi
2009 (5th ed), 928 pages, $265 list
Continuing the approach established in 1989, this new edition successfully delivers the voluminous literature of hematopathology into a concise source of guidelines which features liberal use of quick lookup tables and detailed diagnostic algorithms, and is substantially expanded to reflect two major trends in diagnosis: lab-ready molecular genetic modalities and the new 2008 WHO Classification for malignancies.
Antovic: Essential Guide to Blood Coagulation
By Jovan Antovic and Margareta Blombäck
2013 (2nd ed), 216 pages, $75 list
This new and concise practical guide will cover all the essentials one needs to know when managing thrombotic and bleeding disorders. The field of haematology is undergoing major advances in thrombosis research, including significant additions to recommended treatment protocols. The Essential Guide to Coagulation will distil the most clinically, up-to-date and relevant material from the literature for all those working in the field.
Armitage: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
By James Armitage
2009 (2nd ed), 672 pages, $199 list
Non-Hodgkin Lymphomas is the definitive textbook on the biology, diagnosis, staging, and treatment of all forms of non-Hodgkin lymphomas. With backgrounds in medical and radiation oncology, molecular biology, and pathology, the editors and contributors provide an international, multidisciplinary approach to the topic. This edition is the first text using the new World Health Organization classification of non-Hodgkin lymphomas. The book offers complete coverage of the most current techniques for diagnosis, staging, and treatment, the approach to specific types of lymphoma, and special problems common to the management of patients with these disorders.
Aster: Hematopathology: A Volume in the High Yield Pathology Series
By Jon C. Aster, Olga Pozdnyakova, Jeffery L. Kutok
2013 (1st ed), 320 pages, $249 list
Recognize the classic look of hematologic diseases and quickly confirm your diagnoses with Hematopathology: A Volume in the High Yield Pathology Series. A templated format, excellent color photographs, authoritative content, and online access make this an ideal reference for busy pathologists.
Auerbach: Diagnostic Pathology: Spleen
By Aaron Auerbach
2013 (1st ed), 536 pages, $249 list
This book is designed to be the most comprehensive book on splenic pathology to date. It is an easy to use, overview of the lesions, both neoplastic and nonneoplastic, that arise in the spleen. Topics of focus include infectious diseases and lymphoproliferative disorders of the spleen. It analyzes each entity under the categories of definition, etiologies and pathogenesis, clinical presentations, treatment, prognosis, imaging, macroscopic features, microscopic features, cytopathology and ancillary studies, and differential diagnosis. This text would be an ideal tool for surgical pathologists, Hematopathologists, pathology residents, and medical students.
Bailey: Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
By Simon Bailey
2010 (1st ed), 544 pages, 73 illus, $80 list
By comprehensively covering these issues, this handbook aims to provide residents in pediatric hematology and oncology, as well as staff in related medical or other healthcare disciplines, with an easily accessible source of information about the basic principles of childhood cancer and leukemia, as well as much of the more detailed specialist knowledge required to care for children with these conditions. Divided into sections to allow quick access to the necessary information, the handbook covers general principles of diagnosis and treatment, short and long term care, and oncological emergencies before moving on to chapters on specific disease. Normal values and useful websites are also included for reference.
Bain: Bone Marrow Pathology
By Barbara Bain
2009 (4th ed), 576 pages, 550 illus, $214 list
Bone Marrow Pathology has been extensively revised to reflect the significant advances which have occurred in the application of cytogenetics and in particular, molecular genetics in the diagnosis, classification and understanding of haematological disorders. This comprehensive book not only provides information on all common disease entities, but also covers rare disorders in which bone marrow examination is useful. It is designed as practical resource with ‘Problems and Pitfalls’ sections throughout to aid laboratory diagnosis.
Bain: Dacie and Lewis Practical Haematology
By Barbara Bain
2011 (11th ed), 668 pages, 300 illus, $130 list
Recognized worldwide as the standard reference work, Dacie & Lewis Practical Haematology is a must have reference for any haematology laboratory. It covers all of the techniques used in the investigation of patients with blood disorders, including the latest technologies as well as the tried and true manual methods of measurement. It discusses the principles of each test, possible causes of error, the rationale for choosing one method over another and the interpretation, significance and clinical relevance of these findings. Each chapter conforms to a template, providing quick access to key information.
Bain: Variant Haemoglobins: A Guide to Identification
By Barbara Bain
2011 (1st ed), 260 pages, 170 illus, $145 list
Variant Haemoglobins – A Guide to Identification is based on the premise that any single diagnostic technique offers only a very provisional identification of a variant haemoglobin. In routine diagnostic practice two techniques are needed as a minimum, with the results being interpreted in the light of the clinical details, blood count, blood film and ethnic origin. This book covers 150 normal and variant haemoglobins that have been studied and carefully documented.
Beck: Diagnostic Hematology
By Norman Beck
2008 (1st ed), 736 pages, 90 illus, $99 list
Diagnostic Hematology approaches the topic from the clinical decision-making perspective. It stresses the importance of effective, patient-centered care of hematological patients, requiring a comprehensive clinical insight into the disease processes, and thus provides an integrated clinical and pathological approach.
Blomback: Essential Guide to Blood Coagulation
By Margareta Blomback
2010 (1st ed), 180 pages, $70 list
This concise, practical guide covers all the essentials for managing thrombotic and bleeding disorders, distilling the most clinically, up-to-date and relevant material, and including treatment strategies for key conditions and diseases. The latest antithrombotic and newest anticoagulant drugs are included, along with coverage of special patients and complications.
Brunning: Tumors of the Bone Marrow (Vol 9)
By Richard D. Brunning and Robert W. Mckenna
1994, 496 pages, $65 list
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Carey: Flow Cytometry in Clinical Diagnosis
By John Carey
2007 (1st ed), 384 pages, 34 illus, $139 list
The new edition of 'Flow Cytometry in Clinical Diagnosis' promises a completely current overview of this increasingly commonplace technology. With every chapter either completely reworked or significantly updated to include the latest developments and new contributions from 10 new international authorities, this will be the go-to resource on clinical flow cytometry for years to come. More than that it promises to deliver a uniquely engaging learning experience with a bonus CD filled with real-world cases and interpretations. Drs. Carey and McCoy bring the new edition of 'Flow Cytometry in Clinical Diagnosis' alive with the bonus CD, which inlcudes data from actual flow analysis and patient samples for 39 cases. You'll receive a limited license to a site where you can analyze list mode data from real cases, evaluate the data and clinical information, and compare your analysis and interpretation with that of the case author.
Cherian: Flow Cytometry in Evaluation of Hematopoietic Neoplasms: A Case-Based Approach
By Sindhu Cherian
2012 (1st ed), 176 pages, $110 list
Flow Cytometry in Evaluation of Hematopoietic Neoplasms: A Case-Based Approach is a practical, case-based guide to flow cytometric analysis in the workup of hematopoietic neoplasms presenting in the peripheral blood, marrow, lymphoid tissue, and extranodal sites. Using multi-color techniques pioneered by Brent Wood, the text demonstrates a unique approach to diagnosis of hematopoietic malignancies as well as identification of small abnormal populations in the posttherapy setting (minimal residual disease testing).
Ciesla: Hematology in Practice
By Betty Ciesla
2011, 384 pages, $64 list
I just finished reading your chapter about the normocytic anemias caused by hemoglobinopathies, and it was so fascinating that I forgot that I was actually studying! You have a real knack for presenting information. Joan Bleeg Student, University of North Dakota Review of the 1st Edition Build a solid understanding of hematology in the context of practical laboratory practice and principles. Superbly organized, this reader-friendly text breaks a complex subject into easy-to-follow, manageable sections. Begin with the basic principles of hematology; discover red and white blood cell disorders; journey through hemostasis and disorders of coagulation; and then explore the procedures needed in the laboratory. Thoroughly updated and peer reviewed, and with expanded coverage of vital topics, the 2nd Edition offers state-of-the-art coverage and new online resources that make learning easy.
Crisan: Hematopathology: Genomic Mechanisms of Neoplastic Diseases
By Domnita Crisan
2010 (1st ed), 358 pages, 61 illus, $219 list
Hematopathology: Genomic Mechanisms of Neoplastic Diseases will keep physicians abreast of the rapid and complex changes in genomic medicine, as exemplified by the molecular pathology of hematologic malignancies. This timely volume will update physicians on the complexities of genomic lesions, as well as offer an integrated framework encompassing molecular diagnosis, the new WHO classification of hematologic neoplasms with focus on molecular pathology, prognostic value of molecular tests, and molecular monitoring of response to gene-targeted therapy. As such, it will be of great value to hematologists, oncologists, pathologists, internal medicine and pediatric specialists, as well as bioscientific staff and laboratorians in private hospitals and academic institutions.
Cualing: Cutaneous Hematopathology: Approach to the Diagnosis of Atypical Lymphoid-Hematopoietic Infiltrates in Skin
By Hernani Cualing, Marshall Kadin, Mai Hoang, and Michael Morgan
2014, 602 pages, 452 illus, $214 list
This book is a comprehensive guide to occupational factors of malignant diseases. It discusses potentially work-related malignancies, in the context of exposure assessment, specific clinical and pathological features of occupational cancer and biomarkers of exposure and disease. Epidemiological data about risk ratios of the cancer in question are reviewed for various occupations and with exposure to specific carcinogens, carcinogenic mechanisms, host susceptibility factors (genetic and other) and other environmental and life-style risk factors.
Cualing: Non-Neoplastic Hematopathology and Infections
By Hernani Cualing
2012 (1st ed), 608 pages, $190 list
Most books on hematopathology are neoplastic in scope and offer little non-neoplastic content. In Non-Neoplastic Hematopathology and Infections, the authors fully describe the hematologic manifestations in tissue and blood of infectious agents, including many rare and exotic diseases found in both Western and Eastern hemispheres, in order to assist pathologists and medical laboratory professionals all over the world in better diagnosing and treating such infections.
Dunphy: Frozen Section Library: Lymph Nodes
By Cherie Dunphy
2012 (1st ed), 134 pages, 71 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: Lymph Nodes highlights the usefulness of techniques such as touch preparation cytology and fine needle aspiration (FNA) cytology, as well as FNA biopsy. This fascicle also suggests proper handling for subsequent ancillary studies, including flow cytometric, cytogenetic, and molecular studies. Special emphasis is given to the limitations of frozen section diagnosis in lymph node pathology. All chapters are written by experts in their fields and include the most up to date scientific information. This book serves as a very useful resource for physicians in the frozen section room and in intra-operative consultation situations dealing with, and interested in, this very complex field of diagnostic pathology.
Dunphy: Integrated Hematopathology: Morphology and FCI with IHC
By Cherie Dunphy
2009 (1st ed), 312 pages, 1000 illus, $145 list
Unlike similar texts, which are often laden in technological details, Dr. Dunphy offers a comprehensive flow cytometry textbook, which covers in great depth, the technical aspects of FCI, phenotypic markers, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of FCI, but also a quick diagnostic guide incorporating normal and abnormal phenotypic findings of peripheral blood, body fluids, bone marrow, and lymph nodes. Integration of flow cytometry immunophenotyping with morphology and molecular genetic findings provides a complete diagnostic picture. The diagnostic applications of FCI in combination with morphology for all important hematolymphoid disorders. Detailed discussions of FCI mirror the new 2008 WHO classification, to increase the ease of use for practicing hematopathologists and residents. Separate chapters detail unique applications of FCI Brand new: 2008 WHO Classification
Dunphy: Neoplastic Hematopathology
By Cherie Dunphy
2012 (1st ed), 224 pages, $135 list
This book will provide a concise, visual approach to guide the practicing pathologist to a clear analysis and diagnosis of myeloid and lymphoid specimens. Coverage is comprehensive and for each entity will provide a short text description of the key points of the entity-- definition; morphologic features; special stains, immunohistochemistry and flow cytometry techniques; differential diagnosis; diagnostic features; special issues (e.g., prognostic or other considerations to note). The text will support a set of images that will highlight differential diagnostic features and especially, highlight the correlation and integration of standard H & E stains with molecular and immunologic techniques.
Evens: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: Pathology, Imaging, and Current Therapy
By Andrew Evens and Kristie Blum
2015, 344 pages, 35 illus, $163 list
This book provides clinical practitioners and the research community with detailed information on the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, taking into account the significant growth in knowledge including multiple therapeutic advances that have been achieved over the past 5-10 years. The work is subdivided into epidemiology, pathogenesis, pathology, imaging, and therapy of the non-Hodgkin lymphomas.
Federici: Von Willebrand Disease: Basic and Clinical Aspects
By Augusto B. Federici, Christine A. Lee, Erik E. Berntorp, David Lillicrap and Robert R. Montgomery
2011 (1st ed), 268 pages, $138 list
Von Willebrand Disease: Basic and Clinical Aspects provides an insight into all aspects of the condition. Since its discovery, von Willebrand disease has been extensively studied and the causative factor deficiency, the understanding of the condition and its treatment has greatly improved. This book summarizes recent research and will help to optimize the management of patients with von Willebrand disease.
Field: Lymph Node and Spleen Cytohistology
By Andrew S. Field and William R. Geddie
2014 (1st ed), 328 pages, 500 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 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. Vignettes allow the reader to assimilate the diagnostic principles in a case-based format. This volume combines a practical approach to performing and interpreting fine-needle biopsy cytology of lymph nodes and spleen, with reports of biopsies and the selection of appropriate ancillary testing required for these challenging small specimens. Each chapter contains a detailed summary of differential diagnostic features, supported by numerous high-quality images and case studies. With over 500 printed photomicrographs and a CD-ROM offering all images in a downloadable format, this is an important resource for practicing pathologists and residents in pathology.
Foucar: Bone Marrow Pathology
By Kathryn Foucar, Kaari Reichard, David Czuchlewski
2010 (3rd ed), 825 pages, 2000 illus, $290 list
You can count on Bone Marrow Pathology for answers to questions about possible diagnoses and how to proceed, as well as comprehensive coverage of immunology research and key diagnostic techniques included flow cytometry, immunophenotyping, immunohistochemistry, and cytogenetic and molecular genetic analysis.
Foucar: Non-Neoplastic Disorders of Bone Marrow (Vol 6)
By Kathryn Foucar, David S. Viswanatha, Carla S. Wilson
2009, 409 pages, $130 list
This Fascicle on non-neoplastic disorders is devoted to the assessment of bone marrow in pediatric and adult patients, though neoplastic processes are briefly highlighted in discussions of differential diagnostic considerations. Lineage-based non-neoplastic erythroid, myeloid, megakaryocytic, and lymphoid disorders are discussed as well as bone marrow findings in patients with systemic, nonhematologic disorders. A standardized format is used to the best extent possible for each chapter, with an emphasis on categorizing disorders based on patient age, constitutional versus acquired conditions, and pathogenetic mechanism. Because of this combined lineage-based and disease-based approach, there is some unavoidable overlap of content between chapters. Cross referencing refers the reader to the specific chapter with the most comprehensive discussion.
Gatter: Bone Marrow Diagnosis
By Kevin Gatter
2014 (3rd ed), 232 pages, 900+ illus, $164 list
Bone Marrow Diagnosis is an essential resource for all those who need to report bone marrow trephine biopsies. The text will be succinct and concentrates on the core information necessary to make an accurate diagnosis. Each diagnostic entity will be accompanied by high quality images which show typical and more unusual examples of histological features.
Gatter: The Diagnosis of Lymphoproliferative Diseases
By Kevin Gatter, Georges Delsol, Roger Warnke, Francesco Pezzella
2011, 280 pages, 1000 illus, $208 list
This highly illustrated, diagnostic guidebook provides a single comprehensive source of essential information to enable non-specialists to diagnose lymph node and related diseases with confidence. The text is didactic and practical, covering reactive as well as malignant conditions. Diagnosis of Lymphoproliferative Diseases approaches the disorders based on the WHO classification and is edited by members of the WHO panel for the classification of lymphomas.
George: Hematopoietic Neoplasms: Controversies in Diagnosis and Classification, An Issue of Surgical Pathology Clinics
By Tracey George
2014, 191 pages, $94 list
Topics in Hematopoietic Neoplasms: Controversies in Diagnosis and Classification include: ABC vs GC subtyping of diffuse large B cell lymphoma-Does it matter?; Clonal link between malignant lymphoma and histiocytic tumors; Diagnostic criteria for grey zone lymphoma: Are there any?; Diagnostic criteria for primary cutaneous B cell lymphoma; Distinguishing reactive and leukemic large granular lymphocyte proliferations; Differential diagnosis of erythroleukemia; Early pre-T ALL versus MPAL: Diagnostic criteria.
Gulati: Blood Cells An Atlas of Morphology with Clinical Relevance
By Gene Gulati and Jaime Caro
2007 (1st ed), 236 pages, 1170 illus, $140 list
Dr Gene L. Gulati, world-renowned educator and frequent contributor to Laboratory Medicine and other prestigious scientific journals, along with his colleague Dr. Jaime Caro, have brought together a comprehensive and completely practical color atlas of the characteristics and clinical relevance of individual normal and abnormal cells, and the morphologic findings associated with various clinical conditions. Hundreds of microphotographs and concise, clear definitions are included to aid in the differentiation of blood smears so critical in clarifying or establishing diagnoses in the clinical laboratory. You're sure to benefit from the unique perspectives and combined expertise of a clinical laboratory hematologist and a clinical hematologist. Succinct descriptions are provided for nearly all blood smear findings that a hematology practitioner may encounter in daily practice. In fact, the comprehensive collection of high- quality microphotographs reproduced in this outstanding atlas are actually those encountered by the authors in their lifeime of daily practice in hematology.
Gulati: Case Studies in Hematology and Coagulation
By Gene Gulati, Joanne Filicho-O'Hara, John Krause
2012 (1st ed), 400 pages, 586 illus, $179 list
This compendium of 173 case studies is the result of a unique collaboration of leading hematologists, hematopathologists, and oncologists. It will serve as both a case-based guide to the diagnosis and management of patients suffering from hematologic conditions and a valuable teaching tool. The editors have compiled an invaluable collection of cases covering common and rare entities-from anemias and acute leukemias to plasma cell, platelet and coagulation disorders. Cases are presented in an easy-to-follow format, grouped by related conditions. The final two sections present an additional 27 self-study challenge cases that include answers (with images) provided by the authors of each case.
Harisinghani: Atlas of Lymph Node Anatomy
By Mukesh Harisinghani
2013 (1st ed), 300 pages, 191 illus, $99 list
Detailed anatomic drawings and state-of-the-art radiologic images combine to produce this essential Atlas of Lymph Node Anatomy. Utilizing the most recent advances in medical imaging, this book illustrates the nodal drainage stations in the head and neck, chest, and abdomen and pelvis. Also featured are clinical cases depicting drainage pathways for common malignancies. 2-D and 3-D maps offer color-coordinated representations of the lymph nodes in correlation with the anatomic illustrations. This simple, straightforward approach makes this book a perfect daily resource for a wide spectrum of specialties and physicians at all levels who are looking to gain a better understanding of lymph node anatomy and drainage.
Hastings: Handbook of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
By Caroline Hastings
2012 (2nd ed), 390 pages, $66 list
This new edition of Handbook of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology: Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland features practical guidance on how to handle common inpatient and outpatient challenges seen in pediatric hematology and oncology. Designed as a rapid reference to the latest diagnostic and therapeutic protocols, the text is short and didactic and supplemented with practical algorithms and case studies throughout. Completely revised and updated, there are brand-new chapters on subjects including bone marrow transplantation, pain management and palliative care. Comprehensive, yet concise, the handbook presents essential guidelines on the diagnosis and management of the most common pediatric blood disorders and malignancies, in addition to chemotherapeutic drug information and transfusion protoco
Heilmeyer: Atlas of Clinical Hematology
By L. Heilmeyer
2011 (6th ed), 444 pages, $399 list
Enhanced 6th edition contains more illustrations and documented figures. A perfect reference for hematological and oncological departments and the clincal labortory. Classified findings from the World Health Organization.
Hillman: Hematology in Clinical Practice
By Robert Hillman
2010 (5th ed), 512 pages, 200 illus, $73 list
Hematology in Clinical Practice is a succinct, cutting-edge guide to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of red blood cells, white blood cells, and hemostasis, and the use of blood components for transfusion. Each disease state is discussed in detail, incorporating the pathophysiology, clinical features, up-to-date laboratory testing, and current management strategies into a comprehensive and practical approach to hematologic disorders.
Hoffbrand: Essential Haematology
By A. Victor Hoffbrand
2011 (6th ed), 436 pages, $60 list
This book provides the essential features of clinical and laboratory hematology and describes how advances in molecular biology, immunology, biochemistry and physiology have increased our understanding of normal blood cell formation and function.
Hoffbrand: Postgraduate Haematology
By A. Victor Hoffbrand
2010 (6th ed), 1076 pages, $315 list
Over five editions Postgraduate Haematology has built a reputation as an extremely practical, user-friendly, reliable source of information for examination preparation and clinical practice. Completely revised to reflect the latest research in the field, this edition continues to provide trainees with up-to-date knowledge on the pathogenesis, clinical and laboratory features, and management of blood disorders. It covers the significant advances which have occurred in the application of cytogenetics and molecular genetics in the diagnosis, classification and understanding of haematological disorders.
Hoffman: Hematology: Basic Principles and Practice
By Ronald Hoffman
2012 (6th ed), 2384 pages, $399 list
Hematology, 6th Edition encompasses all of the latest scientific knowledge and clinical solutions in the field, equipping you with the expert answers you need to offer your patients the best possible outcomes. Ronald Hoffman, MD, Edward J. Benz, Jr., MD, Leslie E. Silberstein, MD, Helen Heslop, MD, Jeffrey Weitz, MD, John Anastasi, MD, and a host of world-class contributors present the expert, evidence-based guidance you need to make optimal use of the newest diagnostic and therapeutic options.
Hoppe: Hodgkin Lymphoma
By Richard Hoppe
2007 (2nd ed), 496 pages, $236 list
The definitive text on Hodgkin lymphoma is now in its thoroughly revised, updated Second Edition. More than 100 recognized authorities from all parts of the world provide comprehensive, current information on every aspect of Hodgkin lymphoma, including etiology, epidemiology, biology, pathology, evaluation, staging, treatment, and follow-up.
Hoyer: Color Atlas of Hemoglobin Disorders: A Compendium Based on Proficiency Testing
By James Hoyer
2003 (1st ed), 332 pages, 400 images, $150 list
The most up-to-date and comprehensive publication on hemoglobinopathies available today, the Color Atlas of Hemoglobin Disorders draws its material from recent proficiency testing surveys conducted by the CAP Hematology and Clinical Microscopy Resource Committee. The cases are arranged in increasing order of complexity and represent a comprehensive array of hemoglobin disorders.
Hsi: Hematopathology
By Eric Hsi
2012 (2nd ed), 760 pages, $179 list
Hematopathology, a volume in the Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology Series, packs all of today's essential know-how into a concise, high-yield format! This medical reference book's well-organized approach, full-color illustrations, and at-a-glance tables make the information you need easy to find, so you can diagnose the most commonly encountered hematologic conditions as efficiently and accurately as possible.
Hu: Modern Clinical Molecular Techniques
By Peter Hu
2012 (1st ed), 449 pages, $219 list
This timely book covers the need to know clinical practices for all those involved in molecular laboratory science. The field of molecular medicine is evolving at an astounding speed. Propelled by the new insights and technologies, advances are being made at an unprecedented rate. With dual measure given to today’s breakthroughs, this book is a collection of the most current practices relevant to the clinical molecular laboratorian. It begins with an introductory section on techniques and procedure. It then presents four separate sections on infectious disease, oncology, pre/post-natal, and identity testing, with specific chapters clearly outlining clinical protocols used in daily practice. Modern Clinical Molecular Techniques cuts to the heart of what is essential for the practicing molecular laboratory scientist. It is an outstanding resource for those operating within or looking to set up a clinical molecular laboratory.
Hubbard: A Concise Review of Clinical Laboratory Science
By Joel Hubbard
2009 (2nd ed), 432 pages, $54
The Second Edition offers a concise review of all areas of clinical lab science, including the standard areas, such as hematology, chemistry, hemostasis, immunohematology, clinical microbiology, parasitology, urinalysis and more, as well as lab management, lab government regulations, and quality assurance. A companion website offers 35 case studies, an image bank of color images, and a quiz bank with 500 questions in certification format.
Hughes-Jones: Lecture Notes: Haematology
By Nevin Hughes-Jones
2013 (9th ed), 168 pages, $45 list
Haematology Lecture Notes is an accessible and concise best-selling study guide, outlining the physiology, pathology and treatment of the most common blood disorders. Extensively revised and updated to reflect the considerable advances in the understanding of the molecular biology and pathogenesis of haematological disorders, it provides the core knowledge required by all medical students and junior doctors.
Ioachim: Ioachim's Lymph Node Pathology
By Harry L Ioachim and L Jeffrey Medeiros
2008 (4th ed), 640 pages, 726 illus, $229 list
Now in its Fourth Edition, this comprehensive, practical, and thoroughly illustrated reference offers valuable guidance in the diagnostic interpretation of lymph node biopsies, providing encyclopedic coverage of nonmalignant lesions, lymphomas, other neoplasms, and metastatic tumors in lymph nodes.
Iacobuzio-Donahue: Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology
By Christine Iacobuzio-Donahue
2011 (2nd ed), 672 pages, 850 illus, $179 list
Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology, a title in the Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology series, provides all the most essential information on the pathological entities encountered in practice in an easy-to-use format. Drs. Christine A. Iacobuzio-Donahue and Elizabeth Montgomery examine the full scope of neoplastic and non-neoplastic disorders of the gastrointestinal tract--, including disorders of the tubular gastrointestinal tract, pancreatobiliary tree, and liver-from clinical features and ancillary studies to differential diagnoses and prognostic and therapeutic considerations. The consistent, practical format with a wealth of illustrations, boxes, and tables, along with online access at, make this title ideal for quick reference for both novices and experienced pathologists.
Jaffe: Hematopathology
By Elaine Jaffe
2010 (1st ed), 1024 pages, 1100 illus, $299 list
These experts provide you with today's most effective guidance in evaluating specimens from the lymph nodes, bone marrow, peripheral blood, and more, equipping you to deliver more accurate and actionable pathology reports. More than 1,100 high-quality color images mirror the findings you encounter in practice, and full-text online access lets you search the contents rapidly and download any illustration.
Jones: Neoplastic Hematopathology
By Dan Jones
2010 (1st ed), 622 pages, 248 illus, $239 list
Neoplastic Hematopathology: Experimental and Clinical Approaches provides an overview of the discipline of hematopathology that connects the field with recent advances in immunology research and current clinical practice in the treatment of lymphomas and leukemias. Designed for both trainees and specialists in pathology and hematology-oncology, Neoplastic Hematopathology: Experimental and Clinical Approaches has separate sections on laboratory techniques, diagnostic hematopathology, treatment and stem cell transplantation. Expert chapter authors address both myeloid and lymphoid tumors, and provide much needed coverage in transplant biology. A study guide highlights key chapter points, making the text suitable for boards review in hematopathology.
Karp: Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
By Judith Karp
2007 (1st ed), 440 pages, 55 illus, $239 list
This is a timely compilation of new concepts in the molecular pathogenesis and molecular therapy of acute myelogenous leukemia (AML). The focus is on selected critical molecular determinants of AML pathogenesis and pathophysiology and the exploitation of these factors by diverse therapeutic agents and modalities. There is an emphasis throughout on the bidirectional flow of knowledge between the clinical and laboratory arenas.
Kroft: Lymph Nodes
By Steven Kroft
2012 (1st ed), 208 pages, $75 list
Lymph Nodes presents the full gamut of key lymph nodes disorder entities and diagnoses that a pathologist can expect to encounter in daily practice. Coverage includes infectious lymphadenopathies, reactive lympadenopathies, lymph node inclusions, spindle cell neoplasms of lymph nodes, mature B-cell neoplasms, mature T- and NK-cell neoplasms, Hodgkin lymphoma, precursor lymphoid neoplasms, and more. Lymph Nodes 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.
Lanzkowsky: Manual of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
By Philip Lanzkowsky
2010 (5th ed), 1058 pages, $117 list
This will be the fifth edition of successful clinical manual aimed at all practitioners treating children with cancer and blood diseases, such as leukemia, anemia, and bone marrow failure. As with previous editions, this edition will be a comprehensive book on patient management, replete with algorithms and flow diagrams on diagnosis and management. Its concise and easy-to-read format will enable readers to make accurate diagnoses and permit them to treat patients even if they have not had extensive previous hematologic or oncologic experience. It will contain a list of normal values at various ages in children, which is extremely useful as a reference in the management of patients.
Laposata: Coagulation Disorders
By Michael Laposata
2010 (1st ed), 136 pages, $50 list
Coagulation Disorders is designed to show clinical pathologists, lab managers, medical technologists, and residents how to avoid common errors in test selection and result interpretation in diagnostic coagulation. Utilizing a case-based approach, each chapter features a concise overview of a major diagnosis, with multiple illustrative cases, and then a list of recommended standards of care pertinent to the problem.
Leach: Practical Flow Cytometry in Haematology Diagnosis
By Mike Leach, Mark Drummond and Allyson Doig
2013 (1st ed), 256 pages, $150 list
This book acts as a clinical manual for the diagnostician who cannot turn to reference books when the morphology or immunophenotype are atypical. This volume presents a logical practical approach to the diagnosis of blood disorders, both neoplastic and reactive, and other diagnostic applications of flow cytometry in non-neoplastic haematology diagnosis. Illustrations are provided throughout with worked examples.
Lee: Inherited Bleeding Disorders in Women
By Christine Lee
2009, 208 pages, $130 list
Inherited bleeding disorders have an adverse effect on the quality of life of afflicted women. Management of these women and their conditions is challenging and close collaboration between professionals in different specialties is needed. International experts and leaders of clinical research including haematologists, obstetrician-gynecologists, an anesthetist and those involved in patient advocacy show you how in this practical guide for clinicians.
Lee: Textbook of Hemophilia
By Christine Lee
2010 (2nd ed), 428 pages, $250 list
This book is a definitive reference on all aspects of hemophilia including diagnosis, management and treatment. It covers the molecular basis of the disease, the role of factors in coagulation, epidemiology, pharmacokinetics, treatment inhibitors and musculoskeletal aspects of the disease.
Leonard: Hodgkin's and Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
By John Leonard
2013, 488 pages, $219 list
In recent years a dramatic increase in knowledge of the biology of the lymphomas has been accompanied by the emergence of new treatments offering improvements in efficacy and reduction in toxicity. In this volume an internationally recognized group of experts review relevant aspects of the biology, diagnosis and management, with particular emphasis on the emerging data available for this disease.
Leong: A Pattern Approach to Lymph Node Diagnosis
By Anthony S-Y Leong
2010 (1st ed), 290 pages, $189 list
A Pattern Approach to Lymph Node Diagnosis demonstrates that a systematic approach to lymph node examination can be achieved through recognition of morphological patterns produced by different disease processes. It presents a combination of knowledge-based assessment and pattern recognition for diagnosis covering the major primary neoplastic and non neoplastic diseases and metastatic tumors in lymph nodes. This volume demonstrates that lymph node compartments can be recognized histologically especially with the aid of immunohistological markers and how this knowledge can be employed effectively to localize and identify pathological changes in the different compartments in order to facilitate histological diagnosis. It also defines histological features that, because of their pathological occurrence in lymph nodes, are useful pointers to specific diagnoses or disease processes.
Lichtman: Williams Manual of Hematology
By Marshall Lichtman
2011 (8th ed), 756 pages, $73 list
Williams Manual of Hematology, 8e is a concise and easy-to-navigate compilation of the pathogenic, diagnostic, and therapeutic essentials of blood cell and coagulation protein disorders. Referenced to the classic Williams Hematology, 8e, this handy, easily transported reference has been carefully edited to deliver only the most clinical point-of-care facts.
Linden: Plasma Cell Neoplasms: A Morphologic, Cytogenetic and Immunophenotypic Approach
By Michael A. Linden and Robert W. McKenna
2015, 152 pages, $129 list
This textbook will provide a comprehensive, state-of-the art review the field of diagnostic hematopathology as it’s applied to patients with plasma cell neoplasms. Particular emphasis will be placed on immunophenotypic data – immunohistochemistry and flow cytometry – as well as cytogenetics. We will also discuss how these ancillary data can predict prognosis and chemotherapeutic response. Plasma Cell Neoplasms will serve as a very useful resource for physicians and researchers interested in the plasma cell myeloma diagnosis, therapy, and research. It will provide a concise yet comprehensive summary of the current status of the field that will help guide patient management and stimulate investigative efforts. All chapters will be written by experts in their fields and will include the most up to date scientific and clinical information.
Ma: Hemophilia and Hemostasis
By Alice D. Ma, Harold R. Roberts and Miguel A. Escobar
2012 (2nd ed), 238 pages, $107 list
There is a general need amongst healthcare professionals for practical advice on the management of patients with bleeding disorders. This book is an essential resource for all those working in the fields of coagulation, hemostasis and thrombosis. It covers the major cases one might encounter in diagnosing, managing and treating hemophilia and hemostasis. It provides a practical and informative guide to the broad range of topics concerning both bleeding and clotting disorders. The book is divided into major chapter sections depending on the type of bleeding disorder it fits into. Each chapter includes a brief overview of the disorder covering: history of the disorder; molecular basis of the disorder; class presentation; genetics; current laboratory tests and monitoring. Cases associated with each disorder are presented alongside practical questions and answers from a wide range of contributors. As practice can vary from center to center, controversial areas are clearly marked and discussed throughout.
Macey: Flow Cytometry: Principles and Applications
By Marion Macey
2010 (1st ed), 304 pages, $124 list
Flow cytometry forms an integral part of both basic biological research and clinical diagnosis in pathology. This straightforward new volume provides a clear, easy-to-read, and practical manual for both clinicians and non-clinicians at all levels of their careers. The chapter topics range from basic principles to more advanced subjects, such as apoptosis and cell sorting. The book charts the history, development and basic principles of flow cytometry.
Marcus: Lymphoma: Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment
By Robert Marcus, John W. Sweetenham, Michael E. Williams
2014 (2nd ed), 319 pages, $140 list
Major advances have occurred in the diagnosis and treatment of lymphoma in recent years. Our understanding of the molecular biology and genetics of the disease has increased exponentially, and significant imaging developments have resulted in earlier and more accurate diagnosis. The new edition of this landmark text places these advances in the context of daily clinical practice. Each chapter has been updated to reflect recent developments, including new treatment agents such as immunomodulatory drugs and the next generation of antibodies, and the increasing prognostic role of PET scanning. Results from recent large-scale clinical trials are presented, and pathology and cytogenetics are integrated into discussion of each disease entity, enabling the reader to review all the key diagnostic information in one place. Featuring many color illustrations, and written and edited by leading authorities in the field, Lymphoma provides all the information you need to diagnose and manage these complex disorders.
McCann: Haematology: Clinical Cases Uncovered
By Shaun McCann
2009 (2nd ed), 200 pages, $51 list
With over 20 real patient cases and outcomes, this title in the Clinical Cases Uncovered series is designed to help students and junior doctors learn how to recognise and understand significant diseases in haematology. Each case covers the history taking, examination, investigations and management of a particular disease, with question and answer sections to tie in the underlying basic and clinical science and help build further knowledge and understanding. At the end of each case there is a review to consolidate learning with a self-assessment section containing MCQs, EMQs and SAQs. Including colour blood films, haematology slides and patient photos throughout to reinforce learning, understanding and investigative skills, Haematology: Clinical Cases Uncovered helps prepare for life on the wards.
Medeiros: Diagnostic Pathology: Lymph Nodes and Spleen with Extranodal Lymphomas
By L. Jeffrey Medeiros
2011, 950 pages, 2500 illus, $329 list
Designed as a practical and very comprehensive reference for the practicing pathologist, Diagnostic Pathology: Lymph Node and Spleen with Extranodal Lymphomas is the highly anticipated title in the Diagnostic Pathology series offered by Amirsys. As readers have come to expect from Amirsys reference tools, Diagnostic Pathology: Lymph Node and Spleen with Extranodal Lymphomas is filled with superior medical images, including gross and microscopic pathology, a wide range of pathology stains, ancillary tests and detailed medical illustrations. For each anatomical site, you'll find specimen examination protocols plus detailed immunohistochemistry panels to accompany the images. This one-of-a-kind book covers a variety of benign and malignant disorders and lymphomas, such as, infectious causes of lymphadenitis, reactive lymphadenopathies, immunodeficiency-associated lymphoproliferations, and granulocytic tumors of the lymph nodes, spleen and extranodal sites.
Mehta: Haematology at a Glance
By Atul Mehta and Victor Hoffbrand
2014 (4th ed), 136 pages, $45 list
Following the familiar, easy-to-use at a Glance format, Haematology at a Glance, Fourth Edition is a broad and accessible introduction to the study of blood. Fully revised and updated to reflect advances in the field and in clinical practice, this new edition covers essential knowledge, from basic hematological physiology to blood disorders and their diagnosis and treatment.
Miranda: Atlas of Lymph Node Pathology
By Roberto N. Miranda, Joseph D. Khoury, L. Jeffrey Medeiros
2014 (1st ed), 350 pages, 757 illus, $209 list
Atlas of Lymph Node Pathology reviews the histopathology of nodal diseases, illustrating the use of ancillary studies and includes concise discussions of pathogenesis, clinical settings and clinical significance of the pathologic diagnosis. The atlas features an overview of the benign reactive processes secondary to infectious, environmental or unknown insults, as well as relevant illustrations of virtually all primary and secondary neoplasms involving lymph nodes. The atlas also includes macroscopic images of some disorders, tables that help readers understand and comprehend diseases that look alike, and diagnostic algorithms for certain groups of diseases.
Munker: Modern Hematology: Biology and Clinical Management
By Reinhold Munker
2007, 512 pages, $179 list
Now in its second edition, Modern Hematology: Biology and Clinical Management reflects the major advances in the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of blood disorders. It describes the latest clinical and scientific developments as well as details targeted and molecular therapies. The book brings together facts, concepts, and protocols important for the practice of hematology. In 23 chapters, all major blood diseases are covered, as well as rare diseases that are of scientific interest. As in the previous edition, each chapter is illustrated by tables, figures, and a selection of color plates.
Naeim: Atlas of Hematopathology
By Faramarz Naeim
2013, 756 pages, 900 illus, $190 list
As the definitive diagnostic atlas of the diseases of the hematopoietic system, the Atlas of Hematopathology appeals to a wide range of people who are being trained in a variety of medical fields or practicing as non-hematopathologists, and therefore, are looking for a book which can provide information in a clear, focused format, with no excessive text or details. The atlas offers effective guidance in evaluating specimens from the lymph nodes, bone marrow, spleen, and peripheral blood, enabling clinicians to deliver more accurate and actionable pathology reports. Practicing physicians and those in pathology and hematology training also gain a better understanding of the nature of hematologic disorders and improve their diagnostic skills along the way.
Nguyen: Flow Cytometry in Hematopathology
By Doyen Nguyen
2007, 350 pages, $199 list
The second edition of this volume reflects the recent advances in the FCM analysis of hematopoietic disorders. The chapters have been revised to incorporate new text and figures. The volume is aimed at hematopathologists, hematologists, pathologists, and laboratory technicians.
O'Malley: Atlas of Spleen Pathology
By Dennis O’Malley
2013 (1st ed), 176 pages, 601 illus, $189 list
The spleen is an organ which has diverse functions including immunologic and hematologic. The Atlas of Spleen Pathology describes and selectively illustrates the normal and pathologic conditions that afflict the spleen. This extraordinary collection of high quality digital images will materially aid in continuing efforts to recognize, understand, and accurately interpret the gross and light microscopic findings in spleens.
O'Malley: Benign and Reactive Conditions of Lymph Node and Spleen (Vol 7)
By Dennis P. O'Malley, Tracy I. George, Attilo Orazi, Susan L. Abbondanzo
2009, 572 pages, $165 list
One of the main reasons that this Fascicle was undertaken is that for some years there has been no single, up-to-date book containing extensive information on benign and reactive lymphoid conditions. Although malignant processes garner the majority of attention, it is the benign processes that have an underlying complexity that is often an illustration of the delicate interplay of many components of the active immune system. In diagnosing the pathologic specimen, a basic approach is: 1) to determine if the process is benign or malignant, 2) if malignant, to characterize the origin of the malignancy, and 3) to subclassify or identify the process. In some cases, the first part—the question of benign versus malignant—cannot be resolved by histomorphologic evaluation alone. The second part of the approach has become considerably easier with the advent of immunophenotypic analysis. The final issue, that of identification of the pathologic process, may be of greater or lesser importance, depending on the clinical situation. If an exact diagnosis can be made, it can have several benefits. In the case of neoplastic processes, it may indicate the type of treatment and the prognosis. In benign processes, there are other important benefits as well. Although some therapies may be instituted in benign conditions, often simply naming a thing can have great benefit to the patient. It is important to realize that even in the case of a purely reactive process, finding a name, a category, a classification, can provide real peace-of-mind to the patient. As American Journal of Clinical Pathology declares, “The hundreds of images are the greatest asset of this book. There are extraordinary renditions of such exquisite classic (yet rarely illustrated) entities: ‘sago’ and ‘lardaceous’ spleens, ‘lollipop’ and ‘explosive’ lymphoid follicles, multinucleated measles cells and hyperplastic mesothelial inclusions, and sundry mystifying diseases, including those known eponymously: Kawasaki, Kikuchi, and Kimura.” Am J Clin Pathol 2010; 133:818 For pathologists, and hematopathologists specifically, Drs. O’Malley, George, Orazi, and Abbondanzo have created a book that will serve for years as a useful guide to the multifaceted world of benign and reactive lesions of the lymphoid system.
Olteanu: Lymph Nodes
By Horatiu Olteanu, Alexandra Harrington, Steven H. Kroft, Saul Suster
2012 (1st ed), 208 pages, $75 list
Lymph Nodes presents the full gamut of key lymph nodes disorder entities and diagnoses that a pathologist can expect to encounter in daily practice. Coverage includes infectious lymphadenopathies, reactive lympadenopathies, lymph node inclusions, spindle cell neoplasms of lymph nodes, mature B-cell neoplasms, mature T- and NK-cell neoplasms, Hodgkin lymphoma, precursor lymphoid neoplasms, and more. Lymph Nodes 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.
Orazi: Knowles Neoplastic Hematopathology
By Attilio Orazi, Kathy Foucar, Daniel Knowles, Larry Weiss, Lawrence M. Weiss
2013, 1304 pages, 2000 illus, $350 list
Now in full-color, this completely revised and expanded edition integrates the basic science, modern diagnostic techniques, and clinical aspects of malignant diseases affecting these organs. It is the most comprehensive, encyclopedic textbook concerning neoplastic hematopathology available on the market today.
Ortolani: Flow Cytometry of Hematological Malignancies
By Claudio Ortolani
2011 (1st ed), 328 pages, $167 list
Flow Cytometry of Hematological Malignancies contains an array of graphical outputs produced by the technique in the study of the most (and the least) common diseases. The images included allow you to compare your own results with a third party reference pattern. There is a detailed description of the main leukocyte antigens, together with a description of their distribution amongst normal and abnormal blood cells. The book also provides a comprehensive description of the phenotype of every neoplastic blood disease recorded in the WHO classification system, including all the instructions needed to recognise and classify even the least common entity.
Pambuccian: Lymph Node Cytopathology
By Steffan Pambuccian
2010 (1st ed), 240 pages, 190 illus, $60 list
This volume in the Essentials in Cytopathology book series will focus on the cytopathology of lymph nodes. It will address the topic of fine needle aspiration of lymph nodes and fulfill the need for an easy-to-use and authoritative synopsis of lymph node cytopathology. The book with adopt an algorithmic diagnostic approach, starting from the cytomorphologic pattern of the lymph node aspirate. The focus will be on the appropriate and effective use of ancillary studies (immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, fluorescence in situ hybridization and molecular techniques) and integration of their results into the final diagnosis.
Pathology Student: The Complete (But Not Obsessive) Hematopathology Guide
By Pathology Student
Kindle Edition, $10 list
If you’re studying for boards, or if you’re faced with hematopathology in your regular pathology course, you might find that you are in need of a thorough but not-too-detailed study guide…something that gives you a nice underlying structure, and then fills in the diseases with just the right amount of information. Well, here it is, in immediately-accessible e-book form! The Complete (but not obsessive) Hematopathology Guide gives you an introduction to hematology (with clinical pearls and laboratory tests), lays out a framework for understanding the differences between the big groups of disorders, and then delves into the main diseases: anemia, benign leukocytoses, acute myeloid leukemia, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, chronic myeloproliferative disorders, chronic lymphoproliferative disorders, myeloma, benign lymph node disorders, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and Hodgkin disease.
Pereira: Atlas of Peripheral Blood
By Irma Pereira
2011, 304 pages, 310 illus, $155 list
This book will be a full-color atlas of both benign and neoplastic proliferations in the blood. The book will illustrate the morphologic features on peripheral blood smears of the various disorders and the text will focus on diagnostic criteria, differential diagnosis and modern classification terminology. The book may be used as a stand-alone resource and should be useful to trainees and clinicians that routinely review peripheral blood smears.
Provan: Molecular Hematology
By Drew Provan
2010, 428 pages, $246 list
Now in its third edition, Molecular Hematology has been thoroughly updated to incorporate recent advances in molecular research. The aim of the book remains the same – to provide a core knowledge base for those with little exposure to molecular biological techniques.
Proytcheva: Diagnostic Pediatric Hematopathology
By Maria Proytcheva
2011 (1st ed), 588 pages, $225 list
Diagnostic Pediatric Hematopathology is unique in providing an accurate and up-to-date guide to the diagnosis of benign and malignant hematologic disorders of childhood. The text discusses the development of the hematopoietic and lymphoid systems - and how this affects normal and abnormal findings in children at various ages. Also examined are the morphologic, immunophenotypic, cytogenetic, and molecular genetic characteristics of most pediatric-specific hematologic diseases. This is an excellent reference that ensures accurate diagnoses when evaluating peripheral blood, bone marrow, and lymph nodes of children. The text is written by a team of experienced pediatric hematopathologists and clinical scientists drawn from major academic children's hospitals in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. It will be a valuable tool in the every day practice of pathologists, pediatric pathologists, and hematopathologists, and a ready educational resource for fellows, pathology residents, medical students, clinical scientists in the field, and pediatric hematologists/oncologists.
Ramsay: Needle Core Biopsy of Lymph Nodes
By Alan Ramsay, Manuel Rodriguez-Justo, Scott Rodig
2014 (1st ed), 170 pages, $130 list
This concise and practical atlas is a guide to the often challenging pathological interpretation of needle core biopsies, with a focus on the differential diagnosis of benign and malignant conditions in lymph node core biopsies. A wide range of pathological changes is covered, along with diagnostic problems and pitfalls. Conditions include: specific reactive conditions such as Kikuchi lymphadenitis and Castleman disease, non-specific reactive lymphadenopathy, malignant lymphomas commonly encountered in needle core biopsies and non-lymphoid and metastatic disease. Detailed photomicrographs are used to illustrate each condition, covering both histological appearances and immunohistochemical findings. An illustrative case is included in most sections and additional images can be found on the accompanying DVD-ROM. This atlas is an essential reference for consultants and specialist medical trainees in the fields of haematopathology, pathology and haematology.
Ramsburgh: Quick Compendium of Surgical Pathology
By Steven Ramsburgh
2007 (1st ed), 768 pages, 156 illus, $165 list
Quick Compendium of Surgical Pathology was developed by a former surgeon who became a pathologist. This new quick compendium uniquely provides complete clinicopathologic data, concisely expressed for the most important and clinicopathologically relevant diagnoses and differential diagnostic considerations encountered in practice. It is indispensable as a companion to the major texts in the field for those seeking certification or preparation for recertification, and for those preparing surgical pathology reports everyday.
Ramsay: Needle Core Biopsy of Lymph Nodes
By Alan Ramsay
2014 (1st ed), 170 pages, 700 illus, $130 list
This concise and practical atlas is a guide to the often challenging pathological interpretation of needle core biopsies, with a focus on the differential diagnosis of benign and malignant conditions in lymph node core biopsies. A wide range of pathological changes is covered, along with diagnostic problems and pitfalls. Conditions include: specific reactive conditions such as Kikuchi lymphadenitis and Castleman disease, non-specific reactive lymphadenopathy, malignant lymphomas commonly encountered in needle core biopsies and non-lymphoid and metastatic disease. Detailed photomicrographs are used to illustrate each condition, covering both histological appearances and immunohistochemical findings. An illustrative case is included in most sections and additional images can be found on the accompanying DVD-ROM. This atlas is an essential reference for consultants and specialist medical trainees in the fields of haematopathology, pathology and haematology.
Rodak: Clinical Hematology Atlas
By Bernadette Rodak
2012 (4th ed), 272 pages, $57 list
An excellent companion to Rodak's Hematology: Clinical Principles & Applications, this atlas is ideal for helping you accurately identify cells at the microscope. It offers complete coverage of the basics of hematologic morphology, including examination of the peripheral blood smear, basic maturation of the blood cell lines, and discussions of a variety of clinical disorders. Over 400 photomicrographs, schematic diagrams, and electron micrographs visually clarify hematology from normal cell maturation to the development of various pathologies.
Rozenberg: Microscopic Haematology
By Gillian Rozenberg
2011 (3rd ed), 250 pages, 400 illus, $140 list
Microscopic Haematology, 3rd Edition: A practical guide for the laboratory has been fully updated in line with the current World Health Organisation classification. In addition to providing a wealth of information on haematology, this excellent textbook for health professionals includes over 400 full colour haematological slides. The guide commences with the red cell series and describes normoblastic erythropoiesis, abnormal erythropoiesis and all the red cell disorders associated with anaemia. Each type of anaemia is described with minimal text and is accompanied by coloured haematological slides depicting red cell changes associated with the particular disorder. The platelet section adheres to the same format. The final section in this expansive health reference focuses on blood parasites and describes the four species of human malaria. A description of characteristic features in each species as it occurs in the red cell is accompanied by images depicting the various stages of maturation of each malaria species.
Seegmiller: Hematology and Immunology: Diagnostic Standards of Care
By Adam Seegmiller, Mary Ann Thompson and Michael Laposata
2014 (1st ed), 116 pages, $55 list
This pocket-sized resource focuses on core issues in achieving quality in all areas of hematopathology and immunology, with an emphasis on identifying established, evidence-based standards. It addresses potential problems and sources of error in management of hematology and immunology testing procedures, how to anticipate and avoid such problems, and how to manage them if they occur. Concise and practical, discussions are problem-based and directly address common situations and issues faced by clinical pathologists or members of a laboratory team. The book provides plentiful examples of errors which compromise patient safety. Discussion of each problem is augmented by an actual case discussion to illustrate how the problem can occur and how to deal with it effectively.
Shinton: Desk Reference for Hematology
By N K Shinton
2007 (2nd ed), 1032 pages, $180 list
Desk Reference for Hematology provides a thorough examination of hematology, including its relationship with other systems and disorders. This second edition features a complete revision of all articles, with emphasis on genetics in hematology as well as the physiology, pathological mechanisms, and therapy of platelets, coagulation, and thrombosis.
Smith: Atlas of Comparative Diagnostic and Experimental Hematology
By Clifford Smith, Alfred Jarecki
2011 (2nd ed), 152 pages, 400 illus, $107 list
A vital resource on blood and bone marrow cell morphology in laboratory animal medicine. This fully revised new edition is an essential reference for clinical pathologists in diagnostic laboratories, and medical or veterinary research. The atlas contains over 400 color images of cells from the peripheral blood and bone marrow from a variety of animals encountered in laboratory animal medicine, in health and disease.
Sun: Atlas of Hematologic Neoplasms
By Tsieh Sun
2009 (1st ed), 528 pages, 550 illus, $249 list
A concise discussion, references and teaching tables are available for further exploration. The major asset of this book is the provision of more than 500 beautiful photos depicting the morphology of peripheral blood smear, bone marrow, lymph node and other organs, as well as flow cytometric and molecular genetic pictures to illustrate the diagnostic principles. A diagnosis is rendered with subsequent brief discussion on how it was achieved.
Sun: Flow Cytometry, Immunohistochemistry, and Molecular Genetics for Hematologic Neoplasms
By Tsieh Sun
2011 (2nd ed), 432 pages, 425 illus, $225 list
Immunophenotyping is the most powerful tool in the routine diagnosis of hematologic neoplasms. Immunohistochemical technique is used in histology labs for this purpose, while flow cytometry is used in clinical labs. While separately these 2 techniques are very useful in detecting lymphomas and leukemias, the combination of both creates a very powerful and definitive diagnostic tool. The addition of molecular genetics to the book will make it an all-encompassing reference text.
Swerdlow: WHO Classification of Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues (4th Ed, Vol 2)
Edited by Swerdlow, S.H., Campo, E., Harris, N.L., Jaffe, E.S., Pileri, S.A., Stein, H., Thiele, J., Vardiman, J.W
2008 (4th ed), 439 pages, $147 list
WHO Classification of Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues is the second volume of the 4th Edition of the WHO series on histological and genetic typing of human tumours. This authoritative, concise reference book provides an inter­national standard for oncologists and pathologists 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 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 more than 130 authors from 22 countries, contains about 1000 colour photographs, numerous charts and more than 2,500 references.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Warnke: Tumors of Lymph Nodes and Spleen (Vol 14)
By Roger A. Warnke, Lawrence M. Weiss, John K. C. Chan, Michael L. Cleary, Ronald F. Dorfman
1996, 262 pages, $69 list
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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.
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.