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Addresses one of the most difficult areas in surgical pathology, non-neoplastic disorders of the lower respiratory tract. With their clinical and radiological expertise, the authors have greatly enhanced the pathology descriptions resulting in a book of almost 1000 pages, with a total of 1,185 colour and 284 black and white images, including pathology as well as radiology illustrations.
Because inflammatory skin disorders represent the most common and significant non-neoplastic skin diseases, as well as the most frequently-encountered diagnostic hurdle for the practising pathologist, they are the focus of this volume. This atlas summarises and illuminates relevant clinical and pathologic findings for non-neoplastic disorders of skin in a manner that promotes practicality.
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. For pathologists and hematopathologists, this book will serve for years as a useful guide to the multifaceted world of benign and reactive lesions of the lymphoid system.
This Atlas is organised around standardised disease entities or patterns of disease, including congenital and hereditary diseases, acquired diseases of the native kidney, and diseases of the renal allograft. Although it provides comprehensive coverage of the major common disease entities and their variants, it also includes many rare, but no less important, conditions.
Provides surgical pathologists with expert reference material. The lesions described relate principally to medical non-neoplastic conditions as exemplified by the first three Fascicles on endocrine, pulmonary, and skin diseases. Many of these lesions represent complex entities and when appropriate the authors have included contributions from internists, radiologists, and surgeons.
Divided into fourteen chapters and an appendix and with 490 illustrations, this volume includes the structure and function of the normal placenta before reviewing the major disorders and lesions which occur as complications of a normal pregnancy and delivery. It provides an expert comprehensive review of diseases of the placenta.
Of the various subspecialty areas in anatomic pathology, neuropathology tends to be one of the least familiar to general pathologists. This volume is biased toward diseases that may be encountered in surgical pathology practice. Moreover, the authors have tried to illustrate as many entities as possible with surgical material.
Provides an assessment of non-neoplastic disease in bone marrow in paediatric 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.