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ISBN: 9780323754927
Page Count: 544
Imprint: Elsevier
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Pathology Case Reports, Elsevier E-Book on VitalSource

by Monisha Bhanote, MD and David G. Hicks, MD

Elsevier eBook on VitalSource

ISBN: 9780323754927
Page Count: 544
Imprint: Elsevier
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  •  1. Introduction to Pathology/Primer

    a. Definitions (Benign/Malignant, Biopsy/Excision/Resections)

    b. Ancillary studies (Immunohistochemistry, Special Stains, Molecular Studies)

    c. Interpretation of pathology report

    2. Oral Cavity/ENT

    a. Tongue/Leukoplakia

    b. Salivary glands

    c. Nasal polyps

    3. Gastrointestinal System, Liver and Pancreas

    a. Pancreatitis

    b. Pancreatic neoplasms

    c. Hepatitis (infectious/autoimmune)

    d. Gallbladder diseases

    e. Esophagus

    f. Stomach

    g. Small bowel

    h. Colon

    4. Male Genital System

    a. Testicular neoplasms

    b. Prostate

    5. Female Genital System

    a. Vulvar/Vaginal neoplasia

    b. Cervix

    c. Uterus (benign and malignant tumors)

    d. Ovaries

    e. Gyn pap smears

    6. Breast

    a. Fibrocystic change

    b. Benign tumors

    c. Malignant tumors

    d. Gynecomastia

    7. Genitourinary System

    a. Glomerular Diseases

    b. Renal cell carcinoma

    c. Bladder tumors

    8. Respiratory System

    a. Obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD/Asthma)

    b. Intersitital lung disease

    c. Infectious (Pneumo, Crypto, Histo, Aspergillus)

    d. Tumors

    e. Pleural based lesions

    f. Sarcoid

    9. Musculoskeletal System

    a. Bone forming tumors

    b. Cartilage forming tumors

    c. Fibrous and Fibrous-osseous tumors

    d. Gout/Pseudogout

    e. Fatty tumors (lipoma/liposarcoma)

    f. Synovial sarcoma

    10. Skin

    a. Dermatoses (acute, inflammartory, infectious)

    b. Blistering (bullous) disorders

    c. Malignant epithelial tumors (SCC,BCC)

    d. Melanocytic lesions

    11. Nervous System

    a. Tumors

    b. Degenerative diseases/dementias

    12. Hematopoietic System

    a. Red blood cell disorders/ Anemias

    b. White blood cell disorders

    13. Endocrine System

    a. Thyroid

    b. Parathyroid

    c. Adrenal gland

    d. MEN syndromes

  • Monisha Bhanote, MD, Breast Pathology Fellow, University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital; and David G. Hicks, MD, Professor, Director, Surgical Pathology Unit, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York
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