Books for Pathologists
Immunology / Transplantation

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Abbas: Basic Immunology: Functions and Disorders of the Immune System
By Abul Abbas
2012 (4th ed), 336 pages, $70 list
Understand all the essential concepts in immunology with Basic Immunology: Functions and Disorders of the Immune System! This concise, focused text provides you with an up-to-date, accessible introduction to the workings of the human immune system.
Abbas: Cellular and Molecular Immunology
By Abul Abbas
2011 (7th ed), 560 pages, $73 list
Cellular and Molecular Immunology takes a comprehensive yet straightforward approach to the latest developments in this active and fast-changing field. Drs. Abul K. Abbas, Andrew H. Lichtman, and Shiv Pillai present sweeping updates in this new edition to cover antigen receptors and signal transduction in immune cells, mucosal and skin immunity, cytokines, leukocyte-endothelial interaction, and more. In print and online with additional resources, this reference is the up-to-date and readable textbook you need to master the complex subject of immunology.
Appelbaum: Thomas' Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation
By Fredderick Appelbaum
2009 (4th ed), 1752 pages, 500 illus, $500 list
This fourth edition has been fully revised to reflect latest developments. The need for this new edition cannot be overstated- more than 13,000 new cases per year of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation have been reported to the International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry.
Coico: Immunology: A Short Course
By Richard Coico
2009 (6th ed), 416 pages, $55 list
Immunology: A Short Course, Sixth Edition introduces all the critical topics of modern immunology in clear and succinct yet comprehensive fashion. The authors offer a uniquely balanced coverage of classical and contemporary approaches, basic and clinical aspects. Each chapter is divided into short, self-contained units that address key topics illustrated by uniformly drawn, full-color illustrations, many brand new to this edition.
Delves: Roitt's Essential Immunology
By Peter Delves
2011 (12th ed), 560 pages, $45 list
Bringing you fully up-to-date with the latest knowledge and concepts about the workings of the immune system, the hallmark easy-reading style of Roitt's Essential Immunology clearly explains the key principles needed by medical and health sciences students, from the basis of immunity to clinical applications. Beautifully presented, with brand new illustrations, the pedagogy has been strengthened throughout, and includes just to recap sections at the beginning of each chapter, reminding the reader of key findings and principles, and summary sections at the end of each chapter that are ideal for quick study and revision.
Doan: Immunology
By Thao Doan
2012 (2nd ed), 384 pages, $59 list
Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Immunology offers a highly visual presentation of essential immunology material, with all the popular features of the series: over 300 full-color annotated illustrations, an outline format, chapter summaries, review questions, and case studies that link basic science to real-life clinical situations.
Fan: Living Donor Liver Transplantation
By Sheung Tat Fan
2011 (2nd ed), 356 pages, $162 list
The book describes in detail the technical aspects of Living Donor Liver Transplantation (LDLT), the routine practice of the world renowned Liver Transplant Team at Hong Kong's Queen Mary Hospital, and our views on various issues of the operation. The thorough review on the history and technical procedures of LDLT and discussion on various aspects of the operation and its future perspectives will serve as a unique reference for surgeons, researchers, nurses, medical students, patients and laypersons seeking information on LDLT.
Geha: Case Studies in Immunology: A Clinical Companion
By Raif Geha
2011 (6th ed), 376 pages, $50 list
Case Studies in Immunology, Sixth Edition, presents major topics of immunology through a selection of clinical cases that reinforce and extend the basic science. The case histories illustrate essential points about the mechanisms of immunity and describe immunological problems seen in the clinic. This new edition vividly illustrates the importance of an understanding of immunology in diagnosis and therapy. Case Studies in Immunology highlights major common disorders of immunity, including hypersensitivity types I-IV, immune deficiencies, and autoimmune disorders. Each case history is preceded by basic scientific facts essential to understanding the immunology behind the specific disorders. An end-of-case summary, questions, and discussion points conclude each case.
Gershwin: Contemporary Challenges in Autoimmunity
By M. Eric Gershwin
2009 (1st ed), 400 pages, $165 list
This volume features key presentations from the 6th International Congress of Autoimmunity. The International Congress of Autoimmunity has become established as one of the major meetings in the field of immunology, with presentations covering every aspect of basic research in the hopes of clarifying pathogenesis of autoimmune disease as well as providing information on the latest innovations in biological and other modes of treatment. The goal of this volume is to present cutting edge research that focuses in particular on newer diagnostic tools and newer therapies for human autoimmune disease.
Hertl: Autoimmune Diseases of the Skin: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Management
By Michael Hertl
2010 (1st ed), 560 pages, $80 list
The book provides an overview and the latest information on the broad spectrum of cutaneous autoimmune disorders for clinicians, scientists and practitioners in dermatology, medicine, rheumatology, ENT, pediatrics and ophthalmology. The book is unique since it presents the state-of-the-art knowledge on pathophysiology, clinical diagnosis and management of these disorders provided by the world experts in the field. The primary intention is to broaden the understanding of the pathophysiology of cutaneous autoimmune disorders and to provide a practical guide to how to identify and handle these conditions. The book is illustrated with many tables, illustrative figures and clinical color photographs. The third edition has been thoroughly updated and extended by chapters on paraneoplastic cutaneous syndromes, atopic dermatitis and autoimmunity and Skin manifestations of rheumatic diseases.
James: Andrews' Diseases of the Skin
By William James
2011 (11th ed), 1024 pages, $199 list
The 11th Edition of the classic Andrews' Diseases of the Skin, by Drs. William D. James, Timothy G. Berger and Dirk M. Elston, provides the ultimate foundation in dermatology with comprehensive guidance to effectively diagnose and treat a wide range of skin conditions. These highly respected authors balance evidence-based treatment guidelines with advice from their own clinical experience, offering a practical and realistic medical perspective. Updated throughout with the latest dermatologic findings and a new chapter on cosmetic surgical techniques, this title helps you keep current, improve your skills, and prepare for exams. It also includes online access to the complete text, images, and bonus illustrations making this an indispensable, convenient reference for trainees and practicing dermatologists.
Kishore: Target Pattern Recognition in Innate Immunity
By Uday Kishore
2009, 222 pages, $209 list
In view of the growing interest in the cross-talk between innate and adaptive immunity, a thorough understanding of the initial recognition and triggering events, mediated via innate immune receptors, as addressed in this volume, is clearly very useful in helping to also fully understand the mechanisms of activation and control of the adaptive immune systemand to allow a full assessment of the relative roles played by innate immunity and adaptive immunity against a particular infection in higher organisms.
Klein: Organ Transplantation: A Clinical Guide
By Andrew Klein
2011, 386 pages, $143 list
Organ Transplantation: A Clinical Guide covers all aspects of transplantation in both adult and pediatric patients. Cardiac, lung, liver, kidney, pancreas and small bowel transplantation are discussed in detail, as well as emerging areas such as face and pancreatic islet cell transplantation. For each organ, chapters cover basic science of transplantation, recipient selection, the transplant procedure, anesthetic and post-operative care, and long-term follow-up and management of complications. Important issues in donor selection and management are also discussed, including recruitment and allocation of potential donor organs and expanding the donor pool. Summary tables and illustrations enhance the text, and long-term outcome data are provided where available. Written by expert transplant surgeons, anesthetists and physicians, Organ Transplantation: A Clinical Guide is an invaluable multidisciplinary resource for any clinician involved in transplantation, providing in-depth knowledge of specialist areas of transplantation and covering the full range of management strategies.
Kotb: Superantigens: Molecular Basis for Their Role in Human Diseases
By Malak Kotb and John D Fraser
2007 (1st ed), 292 pages, $130 list
Superantigens is the first comprehensive examination of these fascinating proteins ever published. A team of internationally respected researchers covers the basic molecular mechanisms of superantigen action, their structure and function, and their role in human diseases.
Levinson: Review of Medical Microbiology and Immunology
By Warren Levinson
2012 (1st ed), 710 pages, 50 illus, $49 list
Essential for USMLE and medical microbiology course exam preparation, Review of Medical Microbiology, 12e provides a high-yield review of the basic and clinical aspects of bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology, and immunology. The book emphasizes the real-world clinical application of microbiology and immunology to infectious diseases and offers a unique mix of narrative text, color images, tables and figures, Q&A, and clinical cases.
Liapis: Pathology of Solid Organ Transplantation
By Helen Liapis
2010 (1st ed), 480 pages, 300 illus, $309 list
The book focuses on the pathology of transplantation in the following organs: kidney, liver, lungs, heart, pancreas and small intestine. An introductory section addresses common entities that may complicate all transplant recipients such as infections, post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease and graft versus host disease, followed by 6 sections with detailed manifestations of rejection in each organ. This comprehensive, well-illustrated book serves the needs and meets the requirements of pathologists in training and those practicing in centers with limited volume of transplant biopsies in daily practice.
Male: Immunology
By David Male
2012 (8th ed), 482 pages, 190 illus, $65 list
Immunology, 8th Edition makes it easy for you to learn all the basic and clinical concepts you need to know for your courses and USMLEs. This medical textbook's highly visual, carefully structured approach makes immunology simple to understand and remember.
Meyers: Immunology
By Robert Meyers
2007 (1st ed), 465 pages, 300 illus, $345 list
With an editorial board containing 11 Nobel laureates, this invaluable collection of high-quality articles on immunology is taken from the tried-and-tested Meyer's Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine. Clearly divided into four main sections, this ready reference covers innate and adaptive immunity, signaling in the immune system, techniques, and immunological disorders. The articles are uniformly structured for ease of use, carefully designed to aid readers of all levels of expertise. To this end, each chapter includes a glossary of the most important keywords, a concise summary of the article and comprehensive literature references.
Owen: Kuby Immunology
By Judy Owen
2013 (7th ed), 574 pages, $111 list
Presenting current concepts in an experimental context, Kuby Immunology has been thoroughly updated to include a new chapter on innate immunity, a capstone chapter on immune responses in time and space, and many new focus boxes drawing attention to exciting clinical, evolutionary and experimental connections that help bring the material to life.
Paul: Fundamental Immunology
By William Paul
2012 (7th ed), 1312 pages, $204 list
Now full-color throughout the books fully revised and updated content reflects the latest advances in the field. Current insights enhance readers understanding of immune system function. The texts unique approach bridges the gap between basic immunology and the disease process. Extensive coverage of molecular biology explains the molecular dynamics underlying immune disorders and their treatment. Abundant illustrations and tables deliver essential information at a glance. Plus a convenient companion website features the fully searchable text with all references linked to PubMed.
Rich: Clinical Immunology
By Robert Rich
2012 (4th ed), 1323 pages, $299 list
Offer your patients the best possible care with clear, reliable guidance from one of the most respected and trusted resources in immunology. Authoritative answers from internationally renowned leaders in the field equip you with peerless advice and global best practices to enhance your diagnosis and management of a full range of immunologic problems.
Rose: The Year in Immunology
By Noel Meyers
2012 (1st ed), 250 pages, $130 list
The fourth installment of "The Year in Immunology" series features reviews of novel approaches in the investigation of immunoregulatory mechanisms. Topics surveyed include cutting-edge molecular studies and treatment advances for systemic lupus erythmatosus and multiple sclerosis, the genetic regulation of lymphocytes and T cells, and new models of immunosenescence.
Ruiz: Transplantation Pathology
By Phillip Ruiz
2009 (1st ed), 408 pages, 354 illus, $175 list
Transplantation Pathology is a specialized textbook that comprehensively covers the pathological features of all organs transplanted in clinical practice. In addition to extensive detail of morphological changes, numerous images, and the latest classification schemes, this book incorporates basis pathophysiologic mechanisms involved in the detrimental processes affecting the host and graft. Finally, there are also specialized chapters addressing the immunopathology of graft rejection, lab medicine and transplantation, dermatological complications in transplantation, and PTLD. Thus, this book by renowned authors in the field provides the pathologist, clinician, clinical staff, and student a complete overview of the pathological processes and underlying mechanisms of all areas of transplantation.
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.
Strober: Immunology: Clinical Case Studies and Disease Pathophysiology
By Warren Strober
2009 (1st ed), 424 pages, $50 list
This book offers a comprehensive, cutting-edge selection of real-life case studies for in-depth investigation into the impact of immunology on modern medical diagnosis and treatment. Twenty-six case studies effectively cover: immunodeficiency diseases, immediate hyper-sensitivity and mast cell disorders, autoimmune disorders, and malignancies of the lymphoid system.
Turgeon: Immunology & Serology in Laboratory Medicine
By Mary Turgeon
2013 (1st ed), 584 pages, $77 list
The 5th edition of this classic text sets the standard for comprehensive coverage of immunology. Building from a solid foundation of knowledge and skills, trusted author Mary Louise Turgeon takes you from basic immunologic mechanisms and serologic concepts to the theory behind the procedures you'll perform in the lab. Immunology & Serology in Laboratory Medicine, Fifth Edition is the go-to resource for everything from mastering automated techniques to understanding immunoassay instrumentation and disorders of infectious and immunologic origin. Packed with learning objectives, review questions, step-by-step procedures, and case studies, this text is your key to succeeding in today's modern laboratory environment.
Wallace: Practical Atlas of Transplant Pathology
By W. Dean Wallace and Bita Naini
2015, 196 pages, 2 illus, $199 list (Spr)
This atlas describes and illustrates the pathology of solid organ transplants and includes chapters covering transplant pathology of the kidney, lung, heart, liver, pancreas, small bowel and limbs. Each of these chapters briefly reviews the latest rejection classifications for each organ system with explanatory notes highlighting diagnostic criteria, and tables listing entities in the differential diagnosis. Included with each chapter are images demonstrating the pathology of the most common and important diseases, especially patterns of organ rejection and related entities or mimickers.
Warwick: Tissue and Cell Donation: An Essential Guide
By Ruth Warwick
2009 (1st ed), 296 pages, $146 list
This unique book explores a range of issues related to the human impact of tissue and cell donation programmes around the world. It addresses the areas that are of key concern and have profound implications for the donors, recipients and healthcare professionals involved. Focusing on tissue, assisted reproduction and hematopoietic stem cells this book is essential reading for all those working in the field of human transplant donation and those who regulate this field.
Williams: Immunology: Mucosal and Body Surface Defenses
By Andrew Williams
2011 (1st ed), 398 pages, $85 list
The vast majority of medically important pathogens infect their host across a body surface such as the skin, or across a mucosal tissue such as the respiratory tract or intestines, as these sites are the ones exposed to the external environment. By focusing on immunity at mucosal and body surfaces this book presents a fresh, new approach to the teaching of immunology.
Yazici: Behets Syndrome
By Yusuf Yazici
2010 (1st ed), 200 pages, 30 illus, $169 list
This book covers the most recent developments in the basic and clinical aspects of Behets Syndrome. International authorities have collaborated to offer their diverse expert knowledge on the multiple systems involved. The definitive resource on Behets Syndrome, this book is well suited for rheumatologists, dermatologists, ophthalmologists, and all health professionals caring for Behets patients.
Zouali: The Epigenetics of Autoimmune Diseases
By Moncef Zouali
2009 (1st ed), 472 pages, $180 list
This book provides valuable insight into the important new area of the role of epigenetic mechanisms in autoimmune disease. It covers the latest discoveries and developments in epigenetics and their significance in a variety of autoimmune diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune anaemia, type-1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, autoimmune gastritis, thyroiditis, and systemic lupus erythematosus.