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Dennis Kasper, Anthony Fauci, Stephen Hauser, Dan Longo, J. Jameson, Joseph Loscalzo
20th Edition, 3,000 pages, 1,000+ illus, $249 list, McGraw-Hill (2018)
Posted October 23, 2018
The definitive guide to internal medicine is more essential than ever with the latest in disease mechanisms, updated clinical trial results and recommended guidelines, state-of-the art radiographic images, therapeutic approaches and specific treatments, hundreds of demonstrative full-color drawings, and practical clinical decision trees and algorithms. Recognized by healthcare professionals worldwide as the leading authority on applied pathophysiology and clinical medicine, Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine gives you the informational foundation you need to provide the best patient care possible.
353 pages, $123, Other (2017)
Posted July 18, 2017
This book is a concise textbook of iatrogenic pathology. Chapters cover iatrogenesis relevant to a broad range of medical subspecialties (cardiology, gastroenterology, gynecology, neurology, endocrinology and much more). The book presents an introduction to iatrogenesis which is followed by chapter-wise descriptions of iatrogenic lesions (lesions due to adverse drug reactions, lesions occurring during diagnosis and consequences of various therapeutic interventions) of the organs and systems of the body. This textbook is a handy resource on iatrogenic pathology for medical students and working professionals (clinical and nursing staff) involved in a range of medical subspecialties.
Marilyn Bui, Katherine Galagan
94 pages, $50, CAP (2016)
Posted January 3, 2017
The Healing Art of Pathology focuses on the discipline of pathology as seen through the lens of art. The artwork and stories presented in the book celebrate the courage of patients, the compassion of physicians, and the strength of the human spirit.
192 pages, $14, Other (2020)
Posted November 23, 2020
This second book in the Jack Spenser, M.D., series describes the years of training it takes to become a physician / pathologist. The story focuses on the complex relationship between an apprentice and master whose credo is “You can’t not know.” Jack’s struggle to meet such a high standard results in a compelling story with highs, lows, success, failure and ultimately wisdom.
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