A mainstay for pathology residents, Autopsy Pathology is designed with a uniquely combined manual and atlas format that presents todayas most complete coverage of performing, interpreting, and reporting post-mortem examinations. This lasting and useful medical reference book offers a practical, step-by-step approach to discussing not only the basics of the specialty, but the performance of specialized autopsy procedures as well. Material is divided into two sections for ease of use: a manual covering specific autopsy procedures, biosafety, generation of autopsy reports, preparation of death certificates, and other essential subjects; and an atlas, organized by organ system, which captures the appearance of the complete spectrum of autopsy findings. Covers forensic pathology in a chapter introducing the subspecialty. Offers expanded coverage of microscopic anatomy. Includes a chapter on performing special dissection procedures that may not be covered during a typical residency. Examines important techniques, such as autopsy photography and radiology, microscopic examination, supplemental laboratory studies, and other investigative approaches. Addresses the latest legal, social, and ethical issues relating to autopsies, as well as quality improvement and quality assurance. Presents more than 600 full-color photographs depicting common gross and microscopic autopsy findings for every part of the body. Correlates pathologic findings with their clinical causes to enhance diagnostic accuracy. Improved images in the Atlas section provide greater visual understanding.1975;233:441-443. Friederici HHR, Sebastian M. Autopsies in a modern teaching hospital. ... Premortem clinical diagnoses and postmortem autopsy findings: discrepancies in critically ill cancer patients. Crit Care. 2007; 11:R48. Boers M. Theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Autopsy Pathology: A Manual and Atlas|
|Author||:||Andrew J Connolly, Walter E. Finkbeiner, Philip C. Ursell, Richard L. Davis|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2015-08-19|