Books for Pathologists
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Pathology Books: general surgical pathology anatomy autopsy bioterrorism board review breast cardiovascular cytopathology dermatopathology electron microscopy endocrine eye forensic GI GU grossing gynecologic head and neck hematopathology histology history IHC immunology informatics kidney lab medicine law liver lung mediastinum/serosa medical dictionaries medical writing microbiology molecular muscle neuropathology oncology other parasitology pediatric placenta soft tissue & bone statistics stem cells transfusion
Dermatology Books: cosmetic dermoscopy general infectious pediatric surgery tumors
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Adesina: Atlas of Pediatric Brain Tumors
By Adekunle Adesina
2009 (1st ed), 342 pages, $219 list
Atlas of Pediatric Brain Tumors covers areas ranging from neuroimaging, the use of crush and touch preps during introperative consultation, classic histological features of brain tumors, tumor variants, and a miscellaneous group of challenging tumors. Chapters consist of essential diagnostic information and features highlighting recognized variants and their differential diagnoses. A section on molecular pathology and electron microscopy is also included for each tumor category; along with a list of classic reviews and innovative articles on each of the tumor entities as suggested reading at the end of each chapter. Created to fill a void in the practice of pediatric neuropathology, this practical and well-illustrated Atlas of Pediatric Brain Tumors represents a collection of interesting, common and unusual tumors for a diagnostic exercise by the reader.
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.
Bhattacharya: Human Fetal Tissue Transplantation
By Niranjan Bhattacharya
2012 (1st ed), 406 pages, 170 illus, $209 list
The proposed book will bring together the new work of prominent medical scientists and clinicians conducting pioneering research in human fetal tissue transplant. This will include direct transplant of healthy fetal tissue into mature patients as well as in hosts with genetic diseases. Transplant techniques, donor-host interaction, cell and tissue storage, ethical and legal issues, are some of the matters which the book will deal with. The book will include advances in both theory and practice in the last two decades.
Byard: Forensic Pathology of Infancy and Childhood
By R. W. Byard
2013 (1st ed), 1000 pages, $557 list
We propose a text devoted to the medicolegal investigation of sudden and unexpected childhood death. We will organize the text based on chronological age. The text will begin with the newborn age, progress through infancy, toddlerhood, childhood, and conclude with adolescence. Through each major age group, individual chapters will focus on specific unique causes, topics, or organ systems. This text will be a unique contribution to the forensic science literature. This text will fill a niche that medicolegal death investigators are anxious to have provided. Potential purchasers of this text include forensic pathologists, medical examiner offices, pediatric pathologists, pediatric hospitals, anatomic pathologists, coroners, law enforcement investigators, pathology training programs, medical schools, child protection social workers and offices, colleges of social work, colleges of criminal justice administration, and colleges of forensic sciences.
Byard: Sudden Death in the Young
By Roger Byard
2010 (3rd ed), 700 pages, 800 illus, $250 list
Determining the cause of death in children and young adults can pose considerable challenges. Professor Byard provides for the first time a complete overview of pathological aspects of sudden death in the young, from before birth to middle adult life. Highly illustrated with more than 800 colour figures, this third edition contains new sections on sexual abuse, pregnancy-related deaths and rare natural diseases, as well as expanded coverage of unexpected death in young adults up to the age of 30 years. Chapters are organised by systems and cover all aspects of natural death, as well as accidents, suicides and homicides. Supported by extensive referencing and numerous tables, the book can also be used as a practical autopsy manual. An encyclopaedic overview and analysis of sudden death in the young, this is a key text for pediatric and forensic pathologists, pediatricians, and lawyers and physicians involved in medicolegal cases.
Cohen: The Pediatric and Perinatal Autopsy Manual with DVD-ROM
By Dr. Marta Cohen and Dr. Irene Scheimberg
2014, 444 pages, 427 illus, $158 list
The Pediatric and Perinatal Autopsy Manual is a clear and practical yet comprehensive guide for pathology trainees and non-pediatric pathologists. With chapters organized by types of autopsy, this manual answers questions such as: what do I do in cases of congenital malformation or suspected metabolic disease? What is important in the diagnosis of intrapartum and neonatal death? What must I consider in a baby with intrauterine growth restriction and stillbirth? How do I perform a post-mortem in a case of sudden death in infancy? Chapters describe the most important conditions to consider when examining the organs, both macroscopically and histologically, as well as descriptions of how to perform the autopsy.
Curtis: Hot Topics in Infection and Immunity in Children VIII
By Nigel Curtis
2011 (1st ed), 225 pages, 29 illus, $189 list
Book covers course with topics in infectious diseases in children and is intended for Pediatric Infectious disease clinical researchers, trainees, trainers, and all those who manage the research of children with infections and the children themselves. The conference is being supported by several societies and is sponsored by several pharmaceutical companies.
Ernst: Color Atlas of Fetal and Neonatal Histology
By Linda Ernst
2011 (1st ed), 412 pages, $199 list
Color Atlas of Fetal and Neonatal Histology serves as a comprehensive atlas of the developmental histology of the major organs from 15 weeks gestation to the neonatal period. Each section includes text on basic embryologic processes that influence the development of each organ and highlight major histologic features that correspond with certain developmental periods. In addition, there are many color photomicrographs at key developmental stages to assist the reader in identifying appropriate histologic changes at each developmental stage. This book will be of great value to students of embryology, pathology residents and fellows, and attending pathologists who perform fetal autopsies.
Feigin: Feigin and Cherry's Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Disease
By Ralph Feigin
2009 (1st ed), 3856 pages, 550 illus, $400 list
The new edition of this popular reference continues to present the critical answers you need to address your most difficult clinical challenges. It explores the latest advances in the treatment of pediatric disease, equipping you with unparalleled coverage of immunology, epidemiology, public health, preventive medicine, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, and much more. Stay on track with updates, including para- and post-infectious demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system, antibiotic resistance, and molecular techniques in laboratory diagnosis — just to name a few—enable you to put the very latest knowledge to work for your patients.
Gilbert-Barness: Handbook of Pediatric Autopsy Pathology
By Enid Gilbert-Barness, Diane Spencer and Thora Steffensen
2013 (2nd edition), 749 pages, 658 illus $229 list
Pathologists have long recognized that pediatric autopsy requires great care in technique and dissection to ensure that easily overlooked malformations are recognized and accurate diagnoses are made. The highly experienced authors have created a new edition of Handbook of Pediatric Autopsy Pathology, a comprehensive reference guide to the actual performance of the pediatric autopsy and the optimal recognition and interpretation of pathologic findings. The Handbook of Pediatric Autopsy Pathology, Second Edition covers the spectrum of pediatric pathology with particular reference to those conditions that can be identified at autopsy.
Gilbert-Barness: Handbook of Pediatric Autopsy Pathology
By Enid Gilbert-Barness
2010 (1st ed), 546 pages, $259 list
A comprehensive reference guide to the successful performance of pediatric autopsies and to the optimal recognition and interpretation of their pathologic findings. The authors cover such major developmental disorders as hydrops, chromosomal defects, and congenital abnormalities, metabolic disorders, and review the major organ systems. Additional chapters address sudden infant death, cytogenetics, the medical and forensic autopsy, special procedures, cultures and infection control, and biological hazards at the autopsy. Numerous standard reference tables, copious illustrations and drawings, and an appendix at the end of each chapter provide a wealth of practical information and bibliographic citations.
Husain: Biopsy Interpretation of Pediatric Lesions
By Aliya Husain
2014 (1st ed), 392 pages, $170 list
Pathologists and pathology residents, look no further: Biopsy Interpretation: Pediatric Lesions is your practical, essential guide to pediatric biopsies. This how-to guide is the perfect bench reference for both the pediatric pathologist tasked with interpreting pediatric biopsies and the general surgical pathologist. Authored by a panel of top experts, the topics covered include a wide spectrum of diseases that afflict children, laying a comprehensive framework for diagnosing both the common and not-so-common diseases that can be identified by biopsy. If you’re a medical professional faced with the challenge of interpreting pediatric biopsies, this reference will prove indispensable to your day-to-day life.
Husain: Color Atlas of Pediatric Pathology
By Aliya Husain
2011 (3rd ed), 544 pages, 1100 illus, $140 list
The Color Atlas of Pediatric Pathology covers the broad range of pediatric diseases that a pathologist will likely encounter and is written by well-known leaders in this field. Coverage includes both frequent and less commonly seen cases, and each discussion presents a concise summary of the salient features of the disease along with expertly selected, high-quality color images. The Color Atlas of Pediatric Pathology is a practical working resource for every pathologist who sees pediatric cases as well as the pathology trainee.
Imbach: Pediatric Oncology: A Comprehensive Guide
By Paul Imbach, Thomas Kuhne and Robert Arceci
2014, 3rd edition, 255 pages, 2 illus, $92 list
This is the third edition of a well-received compendium of information and guidance on the diagnosis and management of the various oncological diseases that are encountered in children and adolescents. In the new edition a chapter on Rare Tumors was added. For each disease entity, fundamental facts are provided that will be relevant for a range of professionals – hospital physicians, specialist nurses, psycho-oncologists, physiotherapists, family doctors and pediatricians
Isaacs: Tumors of the Fetus and Infant
By Hart Isaacs
2013 (2nd ed), 348 pages, $239 list
Over the past two decades, the remarkable advances in imaging techniques, such as ultrasound and fast or ultra-fast MRI, have led to the diagnosis of an increasing number of tumors at the prenatal stage. This revised, abundantly illustrated second edition of Tumors of the Fetus and Infant: An Atlas presents an up-to-date account of the clinical and pathological features of neoplastic disease and tumor-like conditions in the fetus, neonate, and infant and discusses major tumor studies and cases from throughout the world. The full range of tumors is covered, with each chapter reviewing the incidence, clinical findings, cytogenetics, pathology, radiology, treatment, and prognosis. The goal is to enable pathologists and clinicians to gain a clear understanding of these lesions so that a correct diagnosis can be achieved and appropriate treatment, initiated.
Jones: Smith's Recognizable Patterns of Human Malformation
By Kenneth Jones
2013 (7th ed), 976 pages, 1450 illus, $95 list
The completely revised and updated New Edition of this definitive text-now in full color! Long known as the source to consult for guidance on diagnosis, prognosis, plan management, and genetic counseling, this easy-to-use reference focuses on the patterns of human defects caused by inborn errors in morphogenesis as opposed to defects caused by mechanical problems. It provides a wealth of information on normal and abnormal morphogenesis * minor anomalies and their relevance * clinical approaches to specific diagnoses * and normal standards of measurement for the entire spectrum of disorders. Each chapter includes a description of the specific abnormality-including occasional associated abnormalities-natural history, etiology, and references. On opposing pages are several descriptive photographs and line drawings of either an individual with the abnormality or specific features of the abnormality.
Keeling: Fetal and Neonatal Pathology
By Jean W Keeling and T Yee Khong
2007 (4th ed), 878 pages, 728 illus, $299 list
Fetal and Neonatal Pathology is the Fourth Edition of what has become the classic reference in the field of fetal and neonatal pathology. Fully revised and up-dated, the book retains the overall format of previous editions, presenting the same practical approach to the examination of both fetuses and perinatal deaths.
Long: Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
By Sarah Long
2012 (4th ed), 1744 pages, $280 list
In print, online, or on your mobile device, Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Disease provides the comprehensive and actionable coverage you need to understand, diagnose, and manage the ever-changing, high-risk clinical problems caused by infectious diseases in children and adolescents. With new chapters, expanded and updated coverage, and increased worldwide perspectives, this authoritative medical reference offers the latest need-to-know information in an easily-accessible, high-yield format for quick answers and fast, effective intervention!
Mackinnon: Pediatric Neoplasia
By Alexander Mackinnon Jr.
2012 (1st ed), 276 pages, $209 list
Pediatric Neoplasia: Advances in Molecular Pathology and Translational Medicine presents many of the major, relevant advances in molecular pathology that are occurring in the field of pediatric oncology and will serve as a useful overview for resident and attending physicians as well as scientists interested in understanding the molecular pathology of pediatric cancer in the context of clinical medicine. Chapters are based upon organ systems, and each is written by an expert or pair of experts in their field with subspecialty training and extensive clinical experience. Each chapter describes a variable number of tumors and includes an overview of the classification system and clinicopathological characteristics of each tumor. This is followed by a discussion of the molecular pathology relevant to a specific tumor, including specific molecular markers of the tumors, methods used for diagnosis or clinical management, clinical significance of the markers, and if appropriate, a description or discussion of current activities in translational research or issues that need to be addressed in the future. Pediatric Neoplasia: Advances in Molecular Pathology and Translational Medicine will be of great value to pathologists, oncologists, hematologists, internal medicine and pediatric specialists, as well as pharmaceutical professionals and translational and clinical researchers.
Orkin: Nathan & Oski's Hematology of Infancy and Childhood
By Stuart Orkin
2009 (7th ed), $500 list
To address the growing complexities of childhood cancers and hematology disorders, Nathan and Oski's Hematology of Infancy and Childhood has been divided into two distinct volumes. Nathan and Oski's Hematology of Infancy and Childhood, 7th Edition focuses exclusively on pediatric blood disorders. And, the new Oncology of Infancy and Childhood offers far greater coverage of childhood cancers than Nathan and Oski's previously provided, while maintaining the practical approach that you can trust. These exciting new full-color references bring together the pathophysiology of disease with detailed clinical guidance to provide you with the most comprehensive, authoritative, up-to-date information for diagnosing and treating children with cancer and hematologic disorders. Written by the leading names in pediatric oncology and hematology, these resources offer you the essential tools you need to overcome any challenge.
Proytcheva: Diagnostic Pediatric Hematopathology
By Maria Proytcheva
2011 (1st ed), 588 pages, $249 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.
Parham: Current Concepts in Pediatric Pathology, An Issue of Surgical Pathology Clinics
By David Parham
2010 (1st ed), 876 pages, $57 list
Topics include: Vascular malformations and neoplasms; New entities in pediatric lung disease; Modern diagnosis of small cell malignancies of children; Diagnosis of intersex conditions; Enteropathies of childhood; Renal cell carcinoma in children; Myofibroblastic tumors in children; Epithelial malignancies in children; Motility disorders in children; Biopsy diagnosis of inherited liver disease; Frozen section diagnosis of pediatric brain tumors; Diagnosis in pediatric transplant biopsies.
Putnam: Diagnostic Pathology: Nonneoplastics Pediatrics
By Angelica Putnam
2013 (1st ed), 1000 pages, $329 list
Diagnostic Pathology: Nonneoplastic Pediatric offers expert guidance on over 270 of the most often encountered nonneoplastic entities in pediatric pathology. Written by expert pathologists, this book encompasses every major organ system and concentrates on reactive, infectious, congenital, and genetic conditions with histopathology. Transplant pathology is also covered. As usual, this book is filled with high quality microscopic images. Each image is carefully annotated to highlight the most diagnostically significant considerations. Concise, bulleted text notes the most significant diagnostic factors. This volume will serve as a valuable go-to resource for pathologists, fellows and residents alike.
Putnam: Diagnostic Pathology: Pediatric Neoplasms
By Angelica Putnam
2012 (1st ed), 860 pages, 2431 illus, $329 list
every major organ system covering all the important pediatric neoplasms. Each chapter covers the main clinical, gross, and microscopic features in a systematic way that allows the pathologist to quickly arrive at the correct diagnosis. Unique to this book are the image galleries. Most textbooks include a limited number of images of the more common diagnoses (usually only one or two images), but this book includes a minimum of at least 5 images per diagnosis. Overall, the book includes over 2,431 stunning pathologic and radiographic images, along with several high-color medical illustrations. Each image is carefully annotated to highlight the elements that are most diagnostically significant.
Russo: Pathology of Pediatric Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease
By Pierre Russo, Eduardo Duchelli, David Piccoli
2014 (1st ed), 525 pages, $149 list
Pathology of Pediatric Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease provides the pediatric pathologist, the GI or general pathologist, and the pediatric gastroenterologist with the most complete and current reference on the subject. With an emphasis on clinical-pathological correlation, the book includes in-depth discussions on disorders and issues that are frequently encountered but for which up-to-date information is often not readily available, as well as infrequent disorders unique or specific to children that are not covered in standard texts. Among the topics considered are malabsorption and motility disorders, immunodeficiencies, including AIDS, developmental malformations, food allergies, cystic diseases of the liver, hepatic tumors, and esophageal and pancreatic disorders. Many new illustrations and electron micrographs are included in this edition, and the high-quality endoscopic and radiographic images permit ready correlation with the pathologic principles under discussion.
Sebire: Diagnostic Pediatric Surgical Pathology
By Neil Sebire
2009 (1st ed), 848 pages, 1557 illus, $289 list
There are many tomes available detailing the histopathological features of both general surgical pathology entities and organ specific pathologies. In addition, several texts present aspects of developmental, fetal and placental pathology. However, for the specialist pediatric pathologist with a significant pediatric surgical specimen workload, and for the practicing general surgical pathologist faced with reporting pediatric surgical specimens, although information regarding many of the specific entities affecting childhood is available in the former texts, such information requires searching of many disjointed books. Therefore, the aim of this publication is to present a comprehensive and detailed account, which brings together and covers all, or at least most, pediatric surgical pathological entities in a single volume, to allow rapid access for day-to-day use by practicing histopathologists.
Stocker: Stocker and Dehner's Pediatric Pathology
By J. Thomas Stocker
2010 (3rd ed), 1312 pages, 1200 illus, $360 list
Revised and updated for its Third Edition, Stocker and Dehner's Pediatric Pathology provides encyclopedic coverage of the diagnosis of pediatric disorders from the neonatal period through adolescence. It covers all major aspects of the pathologic anatomy of childhood disorders ranging from chromosomal syndromes and neoplasms to forensic pathology. Sections are organized by disease classification and by organ system. This edition includes a new chapter on transplantation pathology. Other highlights include significant updates in the areas of pediatric autopsy, imaging techniques, molecular techniques, embryonic and fetal wastage, congenital abnormalities, metabolic disorders, SIDS and forensic pathology, the placenta, and the nervous system.
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