Mark Friedman , Kamille A. West, Peyman Bizargity, Kyle Annen, Jeffrey S. Jhang
2nd ed, 357 pages, $112, Springer (2018)
Posted September 16, 2020
Written by experts in the field, Immunohematology and Transfusion Medicine: A Case Study Approach, Second Edition provides an interactive tool that makes blood banking and transfusion medicine memorable, practical, and relevant to residents and fellows. The latest edition of this volume features an extensively revised and expanded collection of immunohematology and transfusion medicine cases, comprised of clinical vignettes and antibody panels with questions based on each case. Arranged in a workbook format, the text presents cases based on real patient problems that are typically encountered and covers a number of common issues and challenging problems in blood banking and transfusion practice. Discussion and resolution of each case is provided in a separate answer section, including up to date information on pertinent advances in the field.
Mark Mitchell, Omar Zahid Chohan
2nd ed, 406 pages, $53, Self (2018)
Posted September 11, 2020
Carefully chosen from among almost 1000 autopsies performed at large teaching hospitals in a 35-year career in anatomic pathology, are 23 autopsies that represent classically important or interesting diseases. The cases have high quality color gross, microscopic, and radiographic images, discussions of the pathologic findings, key pathophysiologic features, associated stories from medical history and relevant medical laboratory science. They have been organized using the mnemonic VINDICATE to help the reader relate the findings to the major classes of disease. All the discussions are referenced and have questions for further study. This text serves as a companion for the study of pathology and pathophysiology at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The second edition adds Dr. Chohan as coauthor and includes modern radiographic findings on many of the cases.
Kiyoko Oshima, Lysandra Voltaggio
1st ed, 225 pages, $149, IP Press (2021)
Posted September 10, 2020
Series: Innovative Pathology Press Survival Guide
Liver pathology requires patience and attention to detail. While a thorough microscopic examination is necessary, it is not enough, and evaluation of biopsies in a vacuum can be dangerous. Knowledge of the clinical picture, including laboratory and imaging studies, is imperative. Without such correlation, pathologists cannot issue a clinically useful report to guide a patient’s diagnosis and treatment plan. With this survival guide to liver biopsies, we aim to provide the reader with a solid, basic foundation of liver pathology. Our goal is to reduce the pervasive initial anxiety and guide the readers into reaching accurate diagnoses and building on this basic knowledge. Though diagnostic struggles are common, they often turn into satisfying rewards each time we are able to piece together the puzzle. This book will pave the way to practice liver pathology.