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Saturday, February 2, 2008

Essentials of Anatomic Pathology

ISBN: 1588291324
Book Info
Indiana Univ., Indianapolis. Concise review, in outline format, of anatomic pathology for residents preparing for exams, medical students, and practitioners. Covers general anatomic pathology, diagnostic features, tumor-staging information, and more. Hardcover, softcover also available. DNLM: Pathology, Surgical--methods.
For anyone interested, this 2nd edition is divided into 2 sections: General Pathology and Organ Systems. General Pathology covers: Molecular Pathology, Human Genetic Disorders, Forensics, EM, Transplantation Pathology, Cytology. Organ Systems has the following chapters: Neuropath, Lymph node, Spleen, Bone marrow, Neoplasms of Skin/Immunodermatology, Non-neoplastic skin, Endocrine, Bone and Joints, Soft Tissue, Salivary gland tumors, Head and neck, Eye pathology, Mediastinum/Thymus, Cardiovascular path, Lung, Breast, Vulva/vagina, Uterus/FT, Ovary/Peritoneum, Placental disease, Non-neoplastic renal, Renal Tumors, Urinary bladder, Prostate, Testis, Penis, Esophagus/Stomach,
SI/Appendix/Colon/Anus, Pancreas, Non-neoplastic liver, Neoplasms of the liver and biliary system.

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3 comments:

HugLeo said...

I've reading the link http://rapidshare.com/users/WEPIX3 and got the book
Classic Papers In Modern Diagnostic Radiology

I've found the parts:

Classic-Papers-In-Modern-Diagnostic-Radiology.Springer-2005.part1.rar

Classic-Papers-In-Modern-Diagnostic-Radiology.Springer-2005.part2.rar

Classic-Papers-In-Modern-Diagnostic-Radiology.Springer-2005.part3.rar

When I extract the files I get a error: part3 missing?

Can you help me? I think you can upload
Classic-Papers-In-Modern-Diagnostic-Radiology.Springer-2005.part4.rar

thanks

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